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Enchanting 18th century water mill in North Wales

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This stunning and immaculately restored 18th Century water mill is situated in Corwen, North Wales featuring an extensive use of timber throughout the property which was a deliberate design concept to reflect the buildings original use as a working sawmill. Designed by The DMD Group, The Mill occupies an idyllic rural position amongst 3 acres of terraced woodland. It features a landscaped garden and three peaceful woodland walks. Completing the setting, a tributary of the River Dee flows through the grounds forming a series of cascading waterfalls. The property offers spacious, flexible accommodation which has been tastefully and comprehensively remodeled to an extremely high standard.

Upon entrance to the Mill you are greeted with a large solid oak sliding door that disappears into the wall to reveal a stunning and most impressive spacious open plan living/dining room. Through the extensive glass sliding doors, this space leads out onto a full length rear balcony overlooking a 4 meters waterfall. Linked to the open plan living/dining room is a spacious high spec kitchen/ breakfast room with double sided ‘inside/outside’ feature fire place. The extensive sliding doors reveal a cantilevered floating roof and an external hardwood timber deck. The kitchen countertops are solid American white oak, one of 11 different types of wood used throughout the property.

This fascinating property is listed for sale at $1,047,127, from here.

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Direct access to the river and the remains of the historic pelton water wheel can be accessed from the elevated deck area to the rear of the property. The garden on the opposite side of the river offers a rope lined woodland stroll, with the remains of an old cottage providing a south facing alfresco dining space.

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A back lit floating oak staircase leads from the open plan space up to the first floor level. The stairway projects into an overhanging bay window giving expansive views over the waterfall. The landing area is contained by minimal steel cables which act as a unique balustrade system to the floating stair element. Exposed beams maximize the volume of this double height space.

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The master suite with back lit stone wall,exposed timber beams and open plan free standing stone resin bath gives the user a real sense of opulence and tranquility. The bedroom leads out onto an oak balcony with superb sunset views over the garden and various cascading waterfalls.

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The timber design concept continues in this unique bathroom with power shower, which features solid wood Beech panels treated in high specification marine yacht oil.

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