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Lon Cae Glas, Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Ruthin

Price - £420,000

Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 2

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Property Overview

  • Detached Period House
  • Bespoke Kitchen
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garage
  • Country Lane Setting

A very attractive 4 bedroom detached period house dating from the late 17th.Century set within mature and private garden located of a minor country lane leading into Clwydian range country park just on the periphery of this popular village some 2.7 miles from Ruthin and 9 miles Mold. The house has been greatly extended and remodelled to provide a large and adaptable family home with a wealth of original features. The house has a long private drive, wide secluded patios and informal garden and mature trees.
Entrance porch, reception/dining hall, cloaks & w.c; sitting room, large bespoke kitchen with solid oak fronted units and range, adjoining dining room, rear lobby and hall with secondary stairs, utility and porch. First floor long landing, 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms. Garage.


The mediaeval town of Ruthin provides a wide range of shopping facilities catering for most daily requirements, primary and secondary schools. Mold is some 11.5 miles distant and Chester some 24 miles, with good road communications providing access for those wishing to commute to the motorway network.


6'8" x 5'0" (2.03m x 1.52m)

Out-built and enclosed porch with a leaded and glazed panelled door leading in, attractive tiled floor and two metal windows both with secondary glazing. Panelled radiator and glazed door leading to the central hall.


16'2" x 13'9" (4.93m x 4.19m)

With staircase rising off with enclosed cupboard, heavy beamed ceiling, attractive recessed fireplace with brick lining, heather brown tiled hearth and a fine limestone overmantel and surround. Original metal window frame to front, wall light points and panelled radiator.


16'1" x 14'0" (4.90m x 4.27m)

An attractive room with a feature out-built brick chimney breast, raised tiled hearth and a cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, heavy beamed ceiling, plate rail, leaded glazed window with deep sill, wall light points and panelled radiator. Glazed door and matching side panels to conservatory.


10'0" x 9'8" (3.05m x 2.95m)

Designed to take full advantage of the pleasing aspect of the mainly south facing gardens with double glazed windows and pitched double glazed vaulted roof with skylight, ceramic tiled floor to match reception porch and twin glazed doors opening to patio.


26' (max) x 13' (ave) (7.92m ( max) x 3.96m ( ave))

A large and adaptable room which extends into the adjoining breakfast room, with a heavy beamed ceiling and a pitch pine strip boarded floor. There is a brick edged mock chimney breast providing recess for range cooker with terracotta tiled floor, a bespoke range of fitted base and wall units with solid oak panelled door and drawer fronts and contrasting oak edged tiled working surfaces to include inset single drainer sink with mixer tap, inset four-ring electric hob, white glazed Belfast sink, pantry cupboard, void for dishwasher and panelled radiator. Square archway to the breakfast room.


13'2" x 13'0" +splay bay (4.01m x 3.96m +splay bay)

A light and airy room with a pleasing aspect over the south facing patio with splay bay with twin glazed doors opening out, further double glazed window to side, pitch pine boarded floor, beamed ceiling, wall light points and radiator.


Opening to rear hall


White suite comprising corner wash basin and low level wc. Part tiled walls, tiled floor and panelled radiator.


13'2" x 11'0" (4.01m x 3.35m)

Secondary staircase rising off, beamed ceiling, oak flooring, understairs storage cupboard and access to garage.


Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating, fitted work top and plumbing for washing machine, beamed ceiling and panelled door leading to an out-built and enclosed porch with oak panelled doors out.




7'8" x 6'6" (2.34m x 1.98m)

Coloured suite comprising corner bath with thermostatically controlled shower over, pedestal wash basin, bidet and wc. Part tiled walls, ceiling downlighters and radiator.


14'3" x 9'0" (4.34m x 2.74m)

Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and original 'A' frame roof truss. Original metal window to the front and panelled radiator.


16'5" x 14'0" (5.00m x 4.27m)

A spacious room with high vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and original 'A' frame truss. Two windows with aspect over the south facing gardens and panelled radiator.


With velux roof light.


10'5" x 13' (max) reducing to 9'8" (3.18m x 3.96m ( max) reducing to 2.95m)

Two leaded windows, partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, wall lights and two radiators.


13'1" x 13'0" (3.99m x 3.96m)

Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, three windows and radiator.


11'0" x 9'10" (3.35m x 3.00m)

High vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin, velux roof light, leaded effect double glazed window, wall lights, wash basin and radiator.


9'8" x 7'5" (2.95m x 2.26m)

Contemporary suite comprising freestanding roll edged bath with claw feet and combination shower/tap unit, separate walk-in cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, pedestal wash basin and wc, partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin, wall lights, extractor fan, double glazed window, tiled floor and radiator.

Secondary staircase leading to the rear hall.


The property stands within grounds In a secluded setting off a minor adopted road leading through the village up into the Clwydian Range and Moel Famau, with a shared and substantial stone splayed entrance, wrought-iron gates and a long tarmacadam driveway which extends along the north-eastern boundary providing parking to the front of the house and also access to the attached garage.


14'8" x 9'1" (4.47m x 2.77m)

Two panelled doors to the front, tiled floor, access door to rear.


The house is arranged to take full advantage of the pleasing southerly aspect with a large and secluded sun terrace on the southern side adjoining the breakfast room and sitting room, and enjoys a delightful open southerly aspect towards The Vale.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.


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 continue past the Church and take the next left onto Lon Cae Glas. Follow the road up the hill for approximately 400yds and the entrance to the property will be found on the left hand side just before the right hand turning into Tan-y-Bryn.


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