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Pentre Coch, Ruthin

Price - £495,000

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

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Property Overview

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Three Storey
  • Victorian House
  • Original Features
  • Secluded Hamlet Setting
  • Oil Central Heating
  • South Westerly Gardens
  • Gated Driveway

A very distinctive and imposing three storey Victorian house with an impressive Classical neo-Georgian stone facade, standing in a slightly elevated position within landscaped gardens to the centre of this pretty and secluded hamlet nestling on the western slopes of the Clwydian Hills. Benefitting from outstanding views across and along the Vale of Clwyd and Hills, the accommodation combines modern amenity with a wealth of original features. Large porch, hall with access to cellars, lounge and snug with deep square bays, day room, fitted kitchen, cloakroom/wc, large utility room, covered and enclosed domestic area. First floor landing with gallery, two large double bedrooms with deep bay windows, two further bedrooms, modern bathroom and separate wc. Second floor library/occasional bedroom with two useful attic rooms. Oil central heating. Pretty south-westerly facing gardens with former coach house, stables and stores with gravelled driveway and gated access.


Located in the quiet hamlet of Pentre Coch, a small and very secluded hamlet standing on the lower western slopes of the Clwydian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is approximately half a mile from the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd and some three miles from the market town of Ruthin. It is an idyllic area, perfect for those who love the great outdoors, as there are many public footpaths and quiet country lanes, and the Offa's Dyke Path is within approximately half a mile distant.


13'4" x 5'3" (4.06m x 1.60m)

Fine out-built porch with twin glazed doors opening out with far reaching south-westerly views to the front, red tile floor and a pitch pine boarded and edged ceiling. Panelled door and panels to either side with original and decorative leaded glass opening to:


17'0" x 6'0" (5.18m x 1.83m)

Minton style tiled floor, a solid pitch pine staircase rising off with square turned balustrade, spindles and panelling to side with door opening to the cellar. High ceiling with moulded coving and panelled radiator.


18'0" (inc bay) x 12'10" (5.49m ( inc bay) x 3.91m)

A delightful room with a deep square bay window to the front with far reaching south-westerly views, high and moulded coved ceiling, original and intricate Victorian fireplace with attractive decorative tiled inserts, hearth, marble surround and a splendid polished hardwood overmantel with columns and display niche. TV point and panelled radiator.


18'0" (into bay) x 13'8" (5.49m ( into bay) x 4.17m)

Square bay window to the front elevation with twin glazed doors opening out to the patio, high moulded coved ceiling with central beam, original Victorian fireplace with red glazed inset tiling and hearth, marble surround and a fine oak overmantel with bevel edged mirror. Fitted oak side table with cutlery drawers and cupboards to either side. Pine flooring and panelled radiator.

Leaded glazed door from the hall leading to:


Built-in fitted cupboards.


8'10" x 8'7" (2.69m x 2.62m)

Two windows to the rear, deep recess to former chimney breast with fitted cupboards and panelled radiator.


Modern wash basin and wc.


12'1" x 11'7" (3.68m x 3.53m)

Refurbished with a range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers to a Shaker style with painted solid door and drawer fronts and contrasting solid granite working surfaces to include an inset white glazed sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, space for slot-in range cooker with granite surround and upstand with a Rangemaster extractor hood and light over. Pan drawers, wall unit with plate rail, shelving and two display cabinets, red tiled floor, two windows and panelled radiator.


10'7" x 8'6" (3.23m x 2.59m)

White glazed Belfast sink within a painted surround and hardwood top, plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge freezer and a Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating, red tiled floor to match kitchen and glazed door leading to the rear and enclosed covered domestic area/yard.


14'3" x 6'9" (4.34m x 2.06m)

With staircase rising off. Wide pine boarded floor, moulded coved ceiling and panelled radiator. Twin glazed doors opening to a delightful gallery.


6'0" x 3'0" (1.83m x 0.91m)

With four double glazed arched windows, and window seats, arranged to take full advantage of the far reaching views across the Vale.


18'0" (into bay) x 12'8" (5.49m ( into bay) x 3.86m)

Square bay window to the front with south-westerly aspect, moulded coved ceiling, picture rail, ornate white painted cast-iron fireplace with overmantel and mirror, wall light points and radiator.


18'0" (into bay) x 12'3" (5.49m ( into bay) x 3.73m)

Square bay window to the front with south-westerly views, ornate white painted cast-iron fireplace with overmantel and mirror, and two oak panelled fitted cabinets to either side (one a gentleman's wardrobe with chest of drawers and the other a mirror fronted lady's wardrobe with cupboard beneath). Moulded coved ceiling and picture rail, and panelled radiator.


10'8" x 9'7" + door recess (3.25m x 2.92m +door recess)

Pine flooring, ornate cast-iron fireplace with tiled hearth, pleasing views over farmland to the rear towards the Clwydian Hills and panelled radiator.


10'6" x 8'7" (3.20m x 2.62m)

Window with splendid views of the lower slopes of the Clwydian Hills, ornate cast-iron fireplace with heavy granite overmantel, high ceiling with picture rail, pine flooring and radiator.


10'7" x 6'4" (3.23m x 1.93m)

Modern white suite comprising panelled bath with shower unit, separate walk-in cubicle with glazed screen and high output shower, pedestal wash basin, shaver point, part tiled walls to a Travertine style, extractor fan and chrome towel radiator.


With low level wc and wash basin.


11'6" (ave) x 8'9" (3.51m ( ave) x 2.67m)

A delightful room high in the upper floor of the front elevation of the house, with two oak bookcases, also with square bay window with pleasing south-westerly views across the Vale, pine flooring and radiator.


Approx 12' x 7" and 11'9" x 8'6" (Appro x 3.66m x 0.18m and 3.58m x 2.59m)

Two large under eaves storage rooms.


Stone steps leading down from the main hall to two rooms, both with fitted cold shelves.


The property stands in enviable position in the centre of this picturesque hamlet on the lower slopes of the Clwydian Hills. The major part of the front boundary is bounded by a very substantial stone wall with wide gravelled entrance and decorative wrought-iron gates leading to a gravelled hardstanding and thereafter access to the garage.


15'9" x 13'0" (4.80m x 3.96m)

(Former Coach House) With twin timber panelled doors in. Deep recess to the rear used as a coal store and internal steps leading up to the rear, where there is a former stable.


12'10" x 11'0" (3.91m x 3.35m)

With hardwood screen, space for storage and tack room.

14'0" x 7'8" (4.27m x 2.34m)


The property stands on its rear boundary, as the garden fully utilise the outstanding southerly and westerly views across the Vale towards the Parish Church of Llanfair and north-westwards along the length of the Clwydian Hills with Moel Famau and Moel Arthur prominent. To the lower wall is a decorative wrought-iron gate providing pedestrian access via wide stone steps leading up to a gravelled pathway which extends up to the front elevation of the house where there is an extensive gravelled area with shaped lawns with established and well stocked flower and shrub borders.

The gravelled pathway extends to the side of the 'coach house' and along the rear to the rear of the house where there is a large and enclosed domestic area.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.


From the Agent's Ruthin Office proceed down Well Street and on reaching the junction with Station Road bear right and follow the road out of town for some two miles to the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd. On passing the Inn, turn left signposted Graigfechan and follow the country lane down to the staggered crossroads and continue straight over towards Pentre Coch. Follow the lane to the 'T' junction and turn right. Continue to the hamlet whereupon the property is the first property 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