Geufron Hall is situated in a wonderful unspoilt elevated rural location with panoramic views over the Vale of Llangollen and surrounding countryside in an AONB and a World Heritage Site. However, it is still in walking distance from the popular and noted town of Llangollen, which has a wonderful range of Restaurants, Wine Bars, Bistros and Cafes and is situated in the heart of the picturesque Dee Valley. The area is extremely popular with tourists who visit the many attractions and leisure facilities around the town such as the Llangollen canal, Pontcysyltte aqueduct, Plas Newydd and Llangollen Railway. Llangollen is perhaps most famous for the International Musical Eisteddfod which is held annually in the Royal International Pavilion and attracts visitors from all over the world. There are excellent local state schools in the town with a number of private schools together with Kings and Queens schools in Chester.
Built in 1837, the house was owned for many years by Dr Drinkwater, the local GP. It fell into disrepair in the early twentieth century but was lovingly restored in the 1960s and is now for sale on the open market for the first time in nearly forty years. It still features many original fitments including stained glass windows reputed to have come from Valle Crucis Abbey and a marvellous wooden frieze in the sitting room that was hand-carved by the spinster sisters
that lived here in the 1920s. Formerly run as a B&B, the house would be ideally suited to a family that wanted to down-shift and earn a living from their home: there are four ensuite letting rooms; a separate three-bedroom house that could be used as a holiday let; plus a high-end, bespoke garden office for remote working. In addition, the grounds would be ideal for use with glamping pods and the old stables would make a wonderful barn conversion (subject to permission). Alternatively it could be enjoyed as a spacious family home; there are good links to the major motorway networks, fast trains to the metropolitan centres, and the
bustling town of Llangollen is only a short walk away but remote enough that dozens of countryside walks start from the front door.
Treetops is a detached three bedroom period cottage, which would be ideal for family accommodation or for letting out to provide significant additional income.
The property has wonderful gardens and grounds, with extensive lawns and paved terracing, making a lovely area for outside dining/entertaining/general sitting. There is an unusual and attractive garden room which could offer
potential for conversion into further living accommodation as it already has a kitchen area, log burning stove and power connected. The property also has an extensive range of multi-purpose outbuildings, currently used for livestock rearing, garaging and workshops, these also have potential to be developed (subject to planning permission).