Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 4
A unique, spacious and versatile colonial style bungalow of character standing within beautiful landscaped grounds and land extending to about 4.29 acres. The property stands in a secluded and slightly elevated setting with stunning northerly views across The Vale to the Clwydian Hills. Approached over a long private drive in the centre of this secluded hamlet in the heart of rolling countryside and adjoining an area noted for its natural flora and fauna, and Area of Special Scientific Interest with limestone outcrops and escarpments in the southern end of the Vale some four miles from Ruthin.
Impressive reception hall, sitting room and colonial style verandah with splendid views, dining room, study, kitchen, cloakroom/wc and utility, master bedroom and en suite, bedroom two and en suite, lower ground floor guest suite with bathroom, upper floor study with bedroom and en-suite. Garden stores, carport, extensive landscaped grounds.
The property is approached over a private drive in the centre of the small hamlet of Graigadwywynt. It is a secluded valley nestling just off the centre of the Vale of Clwyd some four miles from the market town of Ruthin and two miles from Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
Whilst secluded it is only a short distance from the villages of Pentre Celyn and Llanfair DC. Ruthin golf club is situated in Pwllglas some two miles distant, and the market town of Ruthin some 4 miles. Chester is about 27 miles, whilst Manchester International Airport is approximately 59 miles.
Graigadwywynt is a small Hamlet standing in a secluded rural setting approached over a minor country lane to the south west of the Vale some 4 miles from Ruthin and 13 miles Wrexham.
Fine out-built entrance with two solid hardwood arched doors leading in to a stunning high vaulted reception hall.
22'8" x 15'4" (6.91m x 4.67m)
With high vaulted ceiling with exposed 'A' frame trusses, rafters and purlins, feature exposed stonework to one wall incorporating an ornate leaded window. Two windows to the front with far reaching views towards Moel Fenlli. Out-built chimney breast with stone edged fireplace, raised hearth and Jetmaster multi-fuel fire grate, glazed door to the rear, riven slate floor and two panelled radiators.
26'2" x 16'10" (7.98m x 5.13m)
A splendid room to the left hand side of the house with a high vaulted ceiling, also with two exposed 'A' frame trusses and purlins. The room is dominated by an impressive stone contemporary inglenook fireplace with a raised stone slab hearth, impressive beam and an ornate cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate. Bespoke oak and mahogany bookshelves and storage cabinets to either side with display shelving. Wall light points, three windows to front and one side, and a polished pine floor and staircase leading down to the lower ground floor guest bedroom suite.
Leading from the hall is a panelled door to:
11'3" x 6'1" (3.43m x 1.85m)
With feature exposed stonework to two walls, ceramic tile flooring and radiator.
White suite comprising wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls, ceramic tile flooring and radiator.
17'9" x 12'7" (5.41m x 3.84m)
High ceiling with exposed central beam, polished oak flooring, wall light points and radiator.
18'9" x 17'7" (5.72m x 5.36m)
A most impressive room designed to take full advantage of the stunning views in a northerly direction across The Vale towards the Clwydian Hills with twin pine Georgian style double glazed doors with matching windows to either side opening to the Colonial style verandah. Feature stone chimney breast with raised hearth and open fire grate (please note: the ornate fire grate shown on the photograph is not included in the sale as it is being retained by the family). Bespoke oak book cases and display niche. High vaulted ceiling with a large 'A' frame central beam and exposed purlins, two further windows to the side, polished oak flooring and two panelled radiators.
18'2" x 10'4" (5.54m x 3.15m)
Designed to take full advantage of the outstanding views, it has a high vaulted roof with exposed purlins, underlined in painted pine with 'A' frame across the front and a stone patio area with central steps leading down to the gardens.
18'1" max x 13' (5.51m max x 3.96m)
The kitchen is fitted with a handmade range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with solid oak panelled door and drawer fronts with contrasting oak edged working surfaces to include inset single drainer sink. Mock fireplace with exposed brick providing space for a range cooker, void and plumbing for dishwasher, tiled upstand, double glazed window and door to the side. Ceramic tile floor and radiator.
7'8" x 6'10" (2.34m x 2.08m)
Fitted base unit with plumbing installed for washing machine, under stairs storage area and a niche with coat hooks and shelving. Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating.
14'9" x 11' (4.50m x 3.35m)
Located off a side lobby to the drawing room with fitted double door robes and locker storage cupboard over, extending into an attractive into an attractive bedroom with three windows. Bespoke out-built wardrobes comprising two double and three single door robes with locker storage cupboards over. Ceiling downlighters and radiator.
12'9" x 6' (3.89m x 1.83m)
White suite comprising panelled bath within a tiled surround, separate walk-in shower with glazed screen and a high output head, pedestal wash basin and wc. Fully tiled walls, double glazed window with far reaching views, extractor fan, ceiling downlighters and a towel radiator and panelled radiator.
13'1" x 12'5" plus recess (3.99m x 3.78m plus recess)
Located off the dining room, a spacious double room with ceiling downlighters, corner wardrobe and panelled radiator.
8'9" x 5'10" (2.67m x 1.78m)
With white suite comprising tile panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and wc. Mainly tiled walls with out-built double door airing cupboard with slatted shelving and radiator. Panelled radiator.
22'5" x 16'6" (6.83m x 5.03m)
Located off the staircase from the library, providing a spacious room with a fine polished pine boarded floor, recessed display shelving, enclosed under stairs cupboard, wall light points and two panelled radiators.
6'9" x 6' (2.06m x 1.83m)
With white suite comprising panelled bath with grip handles, pedestal wash basin and wc. Half tiled walls to dado, ceiling downlighters, extractor fan and a chrome towel radiator.
Accessed from a staircase just off the kitchen, it opens to a central room used as a study.
13'9" x 13'2" (4.19m x 4.01m)
With velux roof light, enclosed under stairs cupboards to either side, wardrobe, display niche with shelving, wall light points and radiator.
13'4" x 13'3" (4.06m x 4.04m)
Velux roof light, large under eaves storage, wall light points and radiator.
13' x 6'2" (3.96m x 1.88m)
White suite comprising panelled bath, deep tiled recess incorporating wash basin with large velux window above and low level wc. Deep under eaves storage to either side, mainly tiled walls, wall light points and radiator.
The property stands within grounds and land of about 4.29 Acres. It is a private setting with a long private and sweeping driveway extending from the minor country lane through the lower grounds and field up to a cattle grid and pillars denoting the entrance to the formal gardens. They have been developed over many years to provide wide informal lawns, established flower beds and borders, and many mature trees.
The drive extends to the rear with a large gravelled hardstanding with open fronted car port and turning area. Beyond are large gates opening to a rear drive leading back to the country lane in the centre of the hamlet.
A large timber framed and panelled building with electric light and power.
The land surrounding the lower drive is an open area which could readily be fenced to provide a large paddock ideal for horses, particularly as the area is noted for its minor country lanes and bridlepaths.
Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band I.
From the Agent's Ruthin Office proceed down Well Street and on reaching the junction with Station Road bear right. Follow the road out of town for some two miles to the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd and turn right directly opposite The White Horse Inn signposted Pwllglas. Follow the road along the village road and down the hill, and at the minor crossroads turn left signposted Graigadwywynt. Continue for about 1.5 miles following the lane up the steep hill into the Hamlet and the entrance is the first drive on the left.
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