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Llangynhafal, Ruthin

Price - £398,500

Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 1

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Property Overview

  • Semi-Detached House
  • Truly Outstanding Views
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Large Workshop/Garage
  • Gardens & Stream
  • Paddock - About 1.54 Acres

**** NO ONWARD CHAIN **** A greatly extended four bedroom house offering spacious and adaptable rooms together with 1100 sq ft workshop/garage with adjoining stores, established kitchen garden, extensive informal gardens with mountain stream and paddock with separate road access, the whole extending to about 1.54 acres. Located in an enviable rural environment within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property benefits from outstanding views of the Clwydian Hills and rolling hillside to the east and south, and far reaching uninterrupted views towards the west and Snowdonia. It is located only a short distance from the Hamlet with historic Church and Inn, and almost equidistant between Denbigh and Ruthin in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd. Continued over....

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It affords a large covered domestic area, farmhouse style kitchen/dining room with bespoke units and oil fired AGA (available by separate negotiation), day room, pool room, lounge with feature brick chimney breast and wood burning stove, out-built front porch, first floor landing, three double bedrooms, study/bedroom four with access off to a large raised decked patio with far reaching views And Victorian style bathroom. Double glazing and oil central heating. Extensive informal gardens with workshop and stores. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.


Standing about one-quarter of a mile from the centre of Llangynhafal with popular Inn and nearby historic Church, this is a truly unspoilt rural environment approached over minor country lanes leading from the nearby town. The area, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is noted for its scenic beauty with many country walks and bridleways affording easy access to the western slopes of the Clwydian Hills and the nearby 'Fairy Glen', a delightful historic bridleway leading not only into the hills, but also down to the village of Gellifor.


With part glazed and panelled door leading to:


17'4" x 15'8" (5.28m x 4.78m)

A delightful room which affords a high degree of natural light with a wide double glazed window to the front elevation with uninterrupted westerly views over the Vale towards Snowdonia and double glazed french doors opening to the rear patio. Beamed ceiling, traditional wood block floor and feature exposed stonework to one wall. Oil fired cream enamelled AGA with double oven and hot plates (AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION) and granite surround with attractive tiled splashback. The kitchen has a bespoke range of fitted units and cabinets with solid pine panelled doors, open shelving units and drawers together with a large walk-in larder having fitted shelving and downlighters. To the kitchen area are further downlighters and a large white glazed twin Belfast sink with mixer tap and granite surround, whilst the remaining work tops are solid cherry wood.


14'8" x 10'4" (4.47m x 3.15m)

Wide double glazed window affording south easterly views towards the Clwydian Hills, further double glazed window with deep stone mantel, ceramic tiled floor, beamed ceiling with downlighters, fitted pine cupboard providing cloaks and high level shelf, and a further built-in double door cupboard with plumbing installed for an automatic washing machine. Panelled radiator and archway to pool room.


13'4" x 12'4" (4.06m x 3.76m)

Wood grain effect laminated flooring, double glazed window with aspect over the rear garden, beamed ceiling with downlighters, staircase rising off with enclosed cupboard and panelled radiator.


15'6" x 15'3" (4.72m x 4.65m)

A most attractive room with a feature brick chimney breast with wide raised slate hearth and a cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, double glazed window with pleasing south-westerly views across the Vale, wall light points, wood grain effect laminated floor covering, tv point and panelled radiator. Pine panelled and glazed door to the out-built front porch.


3'0" x 5'0" (0.91m x 1.52m)

With further double glazed and panelled door with side panels opening to the front.


Large landing with partially vaulted ceiling with velux roof light and space for book shelves.


15'8" (max) x 11'6" (4.78m ( max) x 3.51m)

Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window with delightful westerly views across the Vale, slate tiled floor and panelled radiator. Pine panelled partition providing a walk-in wardrobe with hanging rails and shelving.


13'7" x 12'4" (4.14m x 3.76m)

Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window with views towards the Clwydian Hills, fitted high level bulk head which has created a very useful wardrobe and storage area beneath, tv point and panelled radiator.


15'6" overall x 10'10" (4.72m overall x 3.30m)

Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window with westerly views, bespoke Captain's bed with integrated store beneath, wall lighting, pine flooring and radiator.


12'2" x 6'2" (3.71m x 1.88m)

Double glazed window, painted flooring and radiator.


With panelled door leading to the deck.


The deck has recently been recovered and has a truly delightful setting with views along the length of the Vale of Clwyd in a southerly direction, to the east towards the Clwydian Hills and westerly towards Snowdonia.


12'7" x 10'5" (max) (3.84m x 3.18m ( max))

Victorian style bathroom with a freestanding roll edged cast-iron bath with white enamelled finish, a Doulton white porcelain sink on a wrought-iron stand and traditional low level wc. Partially vaulted ceiling with downlighters, fitted linen cupboard and airing cupboard with shelving and a pre-lagged cylinder. Painted wall panelling in part, two double glazed windows both with slate tiled sills, riven slate tiled floor, chrome towel radiator and traditional low level pipe radiator.


The property is set back from the road with a substantial stone boundary wall and a wide splayed entrance with timber gates leading to a long driveway, which provides parking area adjoining the house and thereafter extends towards the large workshop and stores, kitchen garden and thereafter the paddock.

There are extensive gardens to both front and rear of the house, providing wide sweeping lawns together with paved areas, covered domestic area and is bounded in part by a minor mountain stream and with a number of mature trees to the southern boundary.


There is a large covered domestic area which adjoins the kitchen, above which it provides a splendid deck/patio designed to take full advantage of the far reaching views. It is approached via first floor study/bedroom four.


49'0" x 15'0" (14.94m x 4.57m)

A very substantial mainly steel framed purpose-built workshop/garage with block curtain walling in part, a solid concrete floor to include inspection pit and a lifting frame. It provides an ideal store for keeping car, van or boat, or for general maintenance and repair. Adjoining is a further integral store room.


40'0" x 8'0" (12.19m x 2.44m)

Electric light and power installed.


The garden has been developed over many years to provide an enclosed and established kitchen garden with a number of large raised beds, together with a 3.05m x 1.83m (10' x 6') aluminium framed greenhouse and soft fruit cage.


Located to the eastern boundary of the kitchen garden is a large and enclosed paddock considered ideal for those wishing to keep small livestock or a horse. A particular feature is the separate vehicular access off a minor no-through lane, which adjoins the property and provides access to the adopted highway.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.


Located to the rear elevation of the house is a small timber panelled shed housing a Trianco oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating.


Mains water, electricity and private drainage system shared with adjoining property.


From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Mold Road proceeding for some two miles and on entering the village of Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd turn left directly opposite the Griffin Inn and before the Church onto the B5429 Llandyrnog road. Continue for approximately 0.75 mile and on reaching the white railings and the right hand turning signposted for Llangynhafal, turn right. Follow the road through the sandstone cutting and Hirwaen and continue for a further 1.5 miles whereupon the property will be found on the right hand side.


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