Reception Rooms: 5 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 2
An outstanding Grade II Listed period house of character, greatly extended to provide a deceptively large family home, newly refurbished in 2017 to a high contemporary finish, set within landscaped and private grounds of about 0.3 acre standing on the periphery of the village some 2 miles from Ruthin, 9 miles from Mold and 23 miles from Chester.
This unique house has its origins as an original Tudor hall house, which has benefitted from a sympathetic programme of restoration, which combined with a large modern extension provides a very adaptable and versatile home combining a wealth of features with modern amenity. It affords: entrance hall with cloakroom, imposing sitting room, dining room, study, splendid bespoke conservatory, new luxury fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility/second kitchen, side hall, rear hall with boiler room, second cloakroom. To the first floor is a splendid central landing/lounge with high vaulted ceiling, four bedrooms and two new luxury bathrooms. Continued .../...
Large integral drive-through double garage with adjoining workshop. Adaptable outhouse offering scope for a home office, gym or studio, splendid and mature cottage gardens with large greenhouses and stores. **INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED**
Llanbedr DC village stands on the western slopes of the Clwydian Hills. The area is conveniently placed for access to the nearby market town of Ruthin which provides a wide range of facilities including high speed broadband. The village caters for most daily requirements and good road links towards Mold approximately 9 miles.
Canopied entrance with a fine oak panelled and ledged door opening to:
Fine oak balustrade staircase rising to the upper floor and stairs leading down to the ground floor, exposed wall and roof beams. Panelled radiator.
Oak panelled door, two piece suite comprising wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls and high level window with sill.
5.18m x 4.52m max (17'0" x 14'10" max)
A splendid room with a heavy beamed ceiling and fine oak panelling to the dividing wall between here and the dining room. Impressive brick lined chimney recess with exposed beam, raised hearth and display niche and a new contemporary Portway multi-fuel stove, two double glazed windows and traditional column radiator. 2 wall light points telephone point providing high speed broadband. Twin French doors opening to the conservatory.
6.86m x 3.28m (22'6" x 10'9")
A large bespoke Douglas fir timber conservatory by Vale Garden Houses of Grantham, sited to take full advantage of the pleasing westerly aspect over the gardens. Having twin glazed doors opening out, a pitched and glazed roof constructed of powder coated aluminium with two temperature controlled roof vents, full blinds, stone effect ceramic tiled flooring, two wall light points and panelled radiator.
5.08m x 4.11m (16'8" x 13'6")
Oak panelled door, two double glazed windows, painted brick edged and lined fireplace with raised stone hearth and substantial timber mantel over. Heavy central ceiling beam, oak panelling to the dividing wall between here and the dining room, tv aerial point, two wall light points, twin french doors opening to the conservatory and two traditional column radiators.
4.34m x 3.12m (14'3" x 10'3")
Two double glazed windows. Fitted with bespoke range of furniture in dark oak to provide a large desk/working surface, extensive library display shelving and storage cupboards. Two wall light points, telephone point and radiator. Part of the cabinet gives access to the cellar which is accessed via timber steps. The cellar has perimeter shelving to two walls and fitted wine rack.
5.87m max x 4.45m (19'3" max x 14'7")
A very spacious and well lit room with three windows and double glazed stable door leading to the garden. The kitchen has recently been refurbished with an extensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers to a contemporary shaker style with a light 'Tewkesbury Cashmere' finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting solid granite working surfaces. It includes a deep recess providing space for a range cooker (the red enamelled stove is not included in the sale price.) Above is a large extractor hood with lights. Integrated appliances to include dishwasher and larder fridge together with pan drawers and an attractive dresser style unit to one side. Porcelain light oak effect flooring, contemporary pipe radiator and LED ceiling downlighters.
5.79m x 3.61m (19'0" x 11'10")
A large room well lit with four double glazed windows. Fitted base and wall units providing cupboards and doors with contrasting oak edged and marble effect working surfaces. Inset sink with drainer ceramic tiled floor, two wall light points and radiator.
With secondary staircase rising off to the first floor, tiled floor to match utility room and double glazed door opening to the front of the house.
Access off leading to the integral garage.
Low level wc and wash basin.
Housing a recently installed Worcester oil fired boiler wireless controlled domestic hot water serving dual zone heating system
5.33m x 4.17m (17'6" x 13'8")
A lovely room with a fine high vaulted ceiling with a wealth of exposed purlins, rafters and wall beams, impressive sandstone and stone lined chimney breast with supporting beam and raised hearth, wide original elm boarded floor and two panelled radiators. Oak panelled door opening to bedroom one.
5.21m x 4.34m (17'1" x 14'3")
Part vaulted ceiling with exposed wall and ceiling beams, two double glazed windows affording a high degree of natural light, two wall light points and two pipe radiators.
4.67m x 3.15m (15'4" x 10'4")
Oak panelled door, double glazed window with pleasing views across the Vale, exposed purlins and panelled radiator.
Steps leading up from the central landing to:
Wall light point and access to roof void with pull down ladder and three panelled radiators.
6.71m x 2.95m (max) (22'0" x 9'8" ( max))
Newly refurbished, this large and highly appointed bathroom has white contemporary suite comprising freestanding roll edged bath with high output pillar tap to one side, two large porcelain wash basins and low level wc. Separate and large walk-in floor level shower tray with glazed screen and a high output monsoon style head. Vaulted ceiling with LED downlighters and extractor fan, electric towel radiator and panelled radiator.
With secondary staircase leading down to the ground floor. Access to second boarded roof via with pull down ladder. Wall light point panelled radiator
5.00m x 3.58m (16'5" x 11'9")
Two double glazed windows, two wall light points and radiator.
4.90m x 3.58m (16'1" x 11'9")
Double glazed window, two wall light points and panelled radiator. Walk-in wardrobe cupboard with window.
3.56m x 3.48m (11'8" x 11'5")
A new white suite comprising panelled bath with a shaped screen and twin head shower, large wash basin and storage cupboard, low level wc, part tiled walls, Karndean flooring, extractor fan, electric towel radiator and panelled radiator.
The property is approached over a wide gravelled drive serving this and three nearby properties and affording access to a wide private gravelled drive which fronts the main elevation of the house providing extensive parking and access to the drive-through garage.
5.49m (max) x 4.17m (18'0" ( max) x 13'8")
A very useful detached building constructed of brick under slate roof with electric light, power and telephone point installed - it could provide an ideal home office, studio or gym
7.52m x 5.08m (24'8" x 16'8")
An integral part of the house, this large drive-through double garage with electrically operated doors to both front and rear elevations, provides a secure garage, but also access to a wide gravelled hardstanding beyond. Electric light and power installed, and single drainer sink. Square archway to the workshop. Large attic storage area
7.01m x 1.85m (23'0" x 6'1")
Extensive wall shelving, electric light and power, and oil storage tank.
The grounds extend in total to about 0.3 Acre. They are mainly to the western and southern elevations of the house affording a high degree of privacy and bounded in part by a substantial stone wall and delightful mountain stream. They afford a high degree of privacy having been landscaped and developed over many years to provide wide informal lawns, established shrubberies, herbaceous borders and many specimen shrubs and plants. There is a wide gravelled patio with a large purpose built garden store with electric light and power installed, and a large 24' x 12' (7.32m x 3.66m) timber framed greenhouse, with automatic watering system, power supply and heated propagation bed.
From Chester take the A55 Expressway towards North Wales and at the Ewloe Interchange take the A494 Mold and Ruthin Road. Proceed beyond Mold in the direction of Ruthin and on entering the Vale of Clwyd follow the road into the first village, whicih is Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd. On passing the Church and Griffin Inn, the driveway leading to Maenor Plas Isaf will be found after some 75 yards on the left 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