This Georgian manor house for sale has more than a dozen bedrooms and sits in 30 acres of grounds.
Alltyrodyn Mansion, in Capel Dewi, was built in the early 1800s for the Lloyd family, and in 1873 was the sixth largest estate in the county.
The property is in the style of architect John, being constructed of roughcast colour washed rubble stone, with hipped slate roofs and a centre-arched French window.
The estate itself dates back beyond the 1800s, with some features in the home thought to originate from the 1600s.
Entering the mansion, there is an entrance hall with the original focal fireplace, and an inner hall with a grand staircase.
There are a variety of reception rooms throughout this level, including a “majestic” ballroom, a formal dining room, and a drawing room.
There is also a library, a potential ground floor bedroom, a snug and a bar area, while towards the rear of the home is the kitchen, which has an adjoining scullery and larder.
The kitchen sits beside an outdoor courtyard, at the end of which is the former service range, originally housing the servants’ hall, a dairy, a brew house, a salting room and a laundry room, and the basement level holds a cellar and a wine cellar.
On the first floor, there are eight bedrooms, including a master suite with an en-suite bathroom, a family bathroom and a separate shower room.
The bedrooms could be used for a variety of purposes, such as playrooms, home offices or craft rooms.
The second-floor attic was once used as two self-contained apartments, including six bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two former kitchen areas.
Outside, the mansion sits in approximately 30 acres of grounds, within which are a walled garden and a historic Grade II listed Georgian bath house.
There are also stables with storage rooms and a garage.
The property is being sold by Fine & Country for a price of £2,350,000.
The agent said: “Recognised by Cadw as a building of historic significance, this Grade II* listed three-storey manor house has been attentively restored by its current owners, to create a perfect harmony of contemporary style and Georgian grandeur.
“A home worthy of its listed accolade; worthy of a family seeking the exceptional.”