BRYN EURYN COTTAGES - ORIGINALLY PART OF THE CAYLEY ESTATE DATING BACK TO THE 18TH CENTURY AND STEEPED IN HISTORY AND NOW OFFERING A TRULY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE TWO CHARMING PERIOD COTTAGES TUCKED AWAY IN THIS MAGICAL SETTING.
Over the centuries, BRYN EURYN was a working farm famous as a stud farm and for breeding pedigree farm animals. In 1920 the farmhouse and surrounding land were sold off and in 1930 the original farmhouse was converted into two cottages by Manchester architects Goldsmiths - a photograph shows Mr Goldsmith at the front of the house! There is even the original farm clock on the front elevation.
Today the cottages are both owned by the same seller who runs a successful holiday letting business from No. 78 whilst No. 80 is their main home.
These very special cottages are tucked away in private gardens bordered by a limestone outcrop from which are fabulous views towards Rhos on Sea. Within walking distance is BRYN EURYN NATURE RESERVE, a site of special scientific interest being a wooded, limestone outcrop with fabulous panoramic views of the sea and surrounding countryside. A short drive and you are at the beautiful RHOS HARBOUR with its stunning promenade and beaches.
The cottages have gated access opening on to a gravel driveway with a substantial lawn with a raised decking area. Whilst their interiors are individual but both have in common double glazing, gas central heating and shuttered windows. No. 78 has approximately 1600 sq. ft. of living space and is approached via a lovely entrance porch added in 1930. There is an open hall dining room with parquet flooring and fireplace, lounge with beamed ceiling, a slate floor, stone fireplace and log burner, modern style kitchen, utility, cloakroom and small games room. A stable door leads to an enclosed outside patio area. To the first floor are four, bedrooms - two with views and a family bathroom.
No. 80 has a totally different feel and has a fabulous entrance porch dating back to the 1900\'s. This cottage is slightly smaller at approximately 1500 sq.ft. To the ground floor is the lounge with part original inglenook fireplace and log burner, beamed ceiling and wood effect flooring. The dining room has a stone fireplace with an electric fire but could be opened up to have an open fire. A French door leads to the outside covered dining area and garden. The kitchen is spacious and bright and has free standing storage. A 1930\'s cooking range is still used for the fire grate in the winter months. There is however a dual fuel Leisure Cookmaster cooking range and wall mounted Worcester central heating boiler. There is a bathroom on this floor.
Stairs off the hall lead to three first floor bedrooms two with sea views, plus a shower room.
Outside are interesting well tendered gardens with a path leading to the stone outcrop and lovely views.
EPC: No. 78 - D57
EPC: No. 80 - D61
SERVICES: Mains water, sewerage, gas and electricity