Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 1
A most attractive south facing stone and slated period farmhouse, sympathetically renovated and refurbished to provide a very comfortable family home with adjoining farm building affording scope for further development set within gardens, pasture land and deciduous woodland, the whole extending to about 3.2 acres. Located in a very secluded and idyllic rural valley at the end of a no through country lane this attractive house which dates from 1774 stands in the heart of rolling farmland with beautiful views in all directions and over the River Clwyd which extends along the entire length of the Southern boundary. The accommodation which benefits from double glazing and oil fired central heating affords: Entrance hall, sitting room, lounge with impressive inglenook, library, farmhouse style kitchen / dining room with electric aga, study and side porch, first floor landing, four bedrooms and bathroom, adjoining farm buildings providing stables and former shippon and a large two bay dutch barn. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
The property stands at the end of a no through country lane about 1.25 miles from the rural village of Derwen, centred on it's historic church. Derwen is about 1 mile from the A494 Corwen road which provides direct access towards Ruthin, Mold and Llangollen.
Whilst the property enjoys a very secluded rural environment it benefits from broadband with circa 6.5mb/sec of download speed, via a point to point wireless broadband system. Further details will be available upon inspection.
Panelled and double glazed front door leading to:
With staircase rising off and under stairs cupboard with wall shelving, beamed ceiling, oak flooring.
15'2 x 11' (4.62m x 3.35m)
An attractive room with cottage style double glazed window to the front elevation with pleasing Southerly aspect and with a deep window sill, heavy beamed ceiling, recessed brick lined fireplace with beam and a free standing multi fuel stove, wall light points, TV point and radiator.
15'1 x 14'6 overall (4.60m x 4.42m overall)
A most impressive inglenook fireplace with a deep recess supported by a substantial supporting beam, it is stone lined with two display niches, one a former bread oven, together with a raised slate hearth and a large multi-fuel stove. Heather brown tiled step area adjoining with two fitted pitch pine pews. Heavy beamed ceiling, cottage window with double glazed units, pleasing views to the Southerly aspect and deep window sill. Wall light points and radiator. Panelled door to:
15'6 x 6' (4.72m x 1.83m)
An interconnecting rear hall with extensive fitted bookshelves, double glazed window, pine laminate flooring and radiator. Adjoining the library is a walk in pantry, fitted wall shelves and plumbing for washing machine. Oil fired boiler providing central heating.
13'2 x 12'7 (4.01m x 3.84m)
The kitchen has been refurbished with a bespoke John Lewis range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a painted light cream toned finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting white ceramic tiled working surfaces with oak edge. Four oven electric cream enamel aga with twin hotplate and warmer, together with supporting beam over with concealed lighting. Attractive tiled splashbacks by Fired Earth. Beamed ceiling, double 'Kholer' ceramic sink with pewter style mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and fridge, Larder unit . Fired Earth terracotta floor tiles, a double glazed window with views to a Westerly direction across the fields and valley. Stable door leading to:
Single glazed outer door and double glazed window.
20'2 max x 11'4 max (L shaped) (6.15m max x 3.45m
An L shaped room with heavy beamed ceiling, raised corner fireplace with free standing multi-fuel stove, two double glazed windows, wall light points and radiator,
Double glazed window and radiator.
Fitted airing cupboard with pre-lagged cylinder with immersion heater providing domestic hot water.
14'5 max x 8'6 (4.39m max x 2.59m)
Cottage style double glazed window with Southerly aspect and deep window sill, pine boarded floor, exposed purlin and radiator.
11' x 8'9 (3.35m x 2.67m)
Cottage style double glazed window with Southerly aspect and deep window sill, white painted pine boarded floor, exposed purlin and radiator.
11'3 x 6'8 (3.43m x 2.03m)
Single glazed window with high level window sill, exposed purlin and radiator.
11' x 6'9 plus 15'8 x 8'1 (3.35m x 2.06m plus 4.78
Single glazed window, high level window sill, exposed purlin and square archway leading through to:
Providing an ideal study area / living area for children with double glazed window with views across the Valley, partially vaulted ceiling, electric night storage heater and panelled radiator.
5'7 x 3'6 (1.70m x 1.07m)
Window to the front elevation, tiled walls and floor, white enamelled bath with electric Mira Sports Max shower over, folding shower enclosure, low level white WC and pedestal wash basin. Radiator and extractor fan.
The property is approached over a long no through country lane which in part is adopted and to the latter part is an unmade road over which the owner has the right of access. The lane terminates at Glyn Bach and is approached via a gated entrance into a wide yard which extends across the majority of the front elevation of the house and the adjoining barn.
A substantial single storey stone barn located to the right hand side of the main house, it has benefited from re-roofing in 2012 with overhaul of timbers and with a new slate roof with underlining installed. It provides a range of stores comprising
14'9 x 6'7 (4.50m x 2.01m)
Electric light and power installed.
16'8 x 15'8 (5.08m x 4.78m)
16' x 11' (4.88m x 3.35m)
16' x 9'9 (4.88m x 2.97m)
To one side there are steps leading up to a:
Extending to the majority of the barn, providing further potential for development.
30' x 16' (9.14m x 4.88m)
Dutch barn with high head room providing ideal store with an open fronted workshop off to one side.
There is an enclosed cottage garden to the side of the house, a fruit garden and further lawned area to the front.
The land is divided into three main enclosures which enjoy extensive frontage onto the River Clwyd and are all laid down to permanent pasture. The field nearest the house also has a former kitchen garden and a greenhouse measuring 16' x 8' which has power and light connected. To the Northern side of the land is an area of open deciduous woodland with many mature trees. Beyond is a fourth small enclosure which is bounded by a mountain stream which leads down to the Clwyd. There are many varied walks to be enjoyed from the doorstep.
From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Corwen Road proceeding through the village of Pwllglas, continue for some 5 miles to the hamlet of Bryn Saith Marchog denoted by the petrol station and car garage - turn immediately right opposite and follow the road for some 50 yards, bear right and follow the road down the hill towards Derwen. Follow the road across the valley and up the hill into Derwen and upon reaching the Church wall take the first left turning, which is before the Council Houses. Continue along this lane, proceeding along the private road and over two cattle grids and it will eventually lead into Glyn Bach.
Denbighshire County Council - Tax Band F
By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
St Peters Square,
Denbighshire. LL15 1AE
Tel: 01824 703030