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Nantglyn, Denbigh

Offers Over - £640,000

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

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Property Overview

  • Double Fronted Period House
  • Set in 10 Acres with Views
  • No-Through Road
  • Recently Refurbished
  • 4 Bedrooms (one en suite)
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Garages, Workshop, Car Port

Reputed to date from pre-1700, an imposing four bedroom detached double fronted house recently the subject of a comprehensive programme of refurbishment to provide a highly appointed family home set within landscaped gardens, outbuildings and pasture land - the whole extending to about 10 acres. Situated in a very picturesque and secluded valley near the head of a no-through road in the Upper Valley of the River Llwyn, yet only about one and a half miles from the village of Nantglyn and seven miles from Denbigh. The accommodation affords: out-built and enclosed entrance porch, lounge, snug, central hall, dining room, bespoke kitchen with range, utility room, shower/wc, first floor landing, master bedroom with en suite, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Double glazing and oil central heating. Open fronted triple car port, adjoining garage and workshop, and landscape gardens. **INSPECTION RECOMMENDED**

The property is a registered small holding and provides an opportunity to develop this or create an equine facility with space for further stables and a menage.
The tranquil setting provides a peaceful end to any days work with a stroll around the gardens or walk through the land giving chance to unwind.

LOCATION

Nantglyn is a small rural village community situated in a picturesque valley setting some 5.5 miles from the market town of Denbigh. Denbigh provides a good range of facilities catering for most daily requirements to include supermarkets, major banks, post office, schools for all ages and leisure facilities. The area is also considered ideal for those wishing to commute throughout the region with the A55 Expressway within easy reach providing ease of access along the North Wales Coast , commute towards Chester and interlinking with the motorway network beyond.

LOCATION

Nantglyn is a small rural village community situated in a picturesque valley setting some 5.5 miles from the market town of Denbigh. Denbigh provides a good range of facilities catering for most daily requirements to include supermarkets, major banks, post office, schools for all ages and leisure facilities. The area is also considered ideal for those wishing to commute throughout the region with the A55 Expressway within easy reach providing ease of access along the North Wales Coast , commute towards Chester and interlinking with the motorway network beyond.

OUT-BUILT PORCH

8'6" x 6'9" (2.59m x 2.06m)

With double glazed windows to three sides, vaulted roof with two velux double glazed roof lights and riven slate effect tiled floor. Pine framed and glazed door with decorative leaded upper light, leading to:

INNER HALL

6'9" x 4'3" (2.06m x 1.30m)

With meter cupboard and solid oak flooring. Panelled radiator.

LOUNGE

16'0" x 16'0" + deep inglenook fireplace (4.88m x 4.88m +deep inglenook fireplace)

A splendid room with high painted beamed ceiling with central supporting beam and a most impressive inglenook fireplace lined in stone with two splay niches, raised stone slab hearth and a large cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate. Two double glazed windows to the front, both with stone sills, double glazed french doors opening to the left hand gable, wall light point.

SNUG

16'0" x 13'4" (4.88m x 4.06m)

An attractive and well lit room with three double glazed windows, all with deep polished slate sills. High beamed ceiling, feature exposed stonework to the majority of one wall incorporating fireplace with raised granite hearth and a Jotul multi-fuel fire grate. Solid oak flooring and skirting boards.

INNER HALL

14'1" x 5'4" (4.29m x 1.63m)

Approached from the lounge with a fine oak staircase with square spindles, handrail and newel. Feature exposed stonework to the majority of one wall.

DINING ROOM

14'5" x 9'1" (4.39m x 2.77m)

Beamed ceiling, double glazed window, deep and lined recess providing display shelving.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

15'4" x 10'6" (4.67m x 3.20m)

A bespoke kitchen by Neptune of Chester, providing an extensive range of cabinets, painted in a limestone finish with solid black polished granite working surfaces to include an inset 1½ bowl white glazed sink with mixer tap. Dark blue oil fired Stanley range with twin hot plate and double oven, also providing domestic hot water and central heating. The kitchen includes an inset Neff Circotherm oven and microwave oven, pantry cupboards with pull-out shelves and spice racks, integrated dishwasher and a deep recess providing a housing for American style fridge freezer. Painted beamed ceiling with downlighters, riven stone slab floor, double glazed window with granite sill and double glazed french doors opening to the garden.

INNER HALL

Located off the central hall, leading to:

UTILITY ROOM

10'1" x 9'6" (3.07m x 2.90m)

Fitted base and wall unit with a wood grain effect finish and drawer fronts and contrasting stone effect working surface to include inset single drainer sink with drainer and mixer tap, void and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, slate effect floor tiling, double glazed window and matching door leading to the side.

SHOWER ROOM

6'8" x 6'0" (2.03m x 1.83m)

White suite comprising walk-in cubicle with glazed screen and electric shower, vanity unit with bowl and storage and low level wc. Fully tiled walls interspersed with decorative motifs, double glazed window, extractor fan, terracotta style ceramic tiled flooring and a chrome towel radiator.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Double glazed window.

BEDROOM ONE

15'10" x 13'0" + deep door recess (4.83m x 3.96m +deep door recess)

Two double glazed windows with dual aspect across the valley and wooded countryside.

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM

6'8" x 4'0" (2.03m x 1.22m)

Newly refurbished with a quality white suite comprising low level tray with glazed screen and a high output electric shower, vanity unit with bowl and storage, and a low level wc. Fully lined walls in acrylic panelling with oak flooring.

BEDROOM TWO

15'10" x 12'10" (4.83m x 3.91m)

Two double glazed windows with dual aspect across the gardens and along the valley, two central ceiling beams.

BEDROOM THREE

15'4" x 10'8" (4.67m x 3.25m)

Double glazed window with aspect over the garden. Out-built louvred door airing cupboard with cylinder and slatted shelving. Vanity unit with bowl and storage cupboard.

BEDROOM FOUR

14'7" x 9'8" (4.45m x 2.95m)

Double glazed window with deep sill, wash basin.

BATHROOM

10'4" x 6'1" (3.15m x 1.85m)

With white suite comprising panelled bath with combination shower/tap unit, wash basin with storage cupboard beneath and low level wc. Part tiled walls with a decorative motif, double glazed window and new ash flooring.

OUTSIDE

The house is approached over a wide gravelled forecourt providing ample parking and turning. Adjoining are extensive landscaped gardens with wide sweeping lawns interspersed with raised beds, a number of young fruit trees, established kitchen garden and a secluded sitting area, from which there are delightful views across this picturesque valley. Adjoining the drive is a substantial open fronted car port and workshop together with a large and enclosed garage/storeroom

CAR PORT

34'0" x 21'0" (10.36m x 6.40m)

Open fronted two bay car port, which will fit three cars and with an inspection pit in part. Electric light and power installed.

GARAGE/STOREROOM

28'0" x 17'10" (8.53m x 5.44m)

With twin doors in, electric light and power installed.

Beyond, a lane leads up to a large detached former dutch barn with concrete hardstanding, within which is a modern timber framed and panelled garden shed 20' x 10' and purpose-built stable. A former silage pit adjoins one side with concrete hardstanding.

3-BAY DUTCH BARN

With two further large lean-tos - the majority with a concrete floor.

THE LAND

The land is located to either side of the adopted lane. To the upper side is a large field, which extends to a minor mountain stream which flows along the northern boundary forming the line of natural exposed limestone bedrock and provides a small waterfall.

To the opposite side of the lane, the land is divided into three main enclosures, all laid down to permanent pasture. It is well fenced and the stream mentioned previously runs along the boundary between two of the fields.

COUNCIL TAX

Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.

DIRECTIONS

From the Agent's Denbigh Office proceed over the High Street and bear left next to the Halifax onto Love Lane. Follow this road to the top of the hill and follow the main road around to the right, following the signs for Nantglyn. Proceed down the hill and into the Lawnt and then up through the 'S' bends. Take the first right hand turn thereafter for Nantglyn and follow the road . Proceed along the lane for approximately 4 miles and enter the village . Proceed over the bridge and continue straight over the crossroads out of the village for about 0.3 mile and turn left signposted Soar. Continue for about 0.4 mile and bear right onto a no through lane and continue for about 0.8 mile and the property is directly ahead.

VIEWING

By appointment through the Agent's Denbigh Office 01745 816650.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.

HME/JF

Denbigh
21 High Street,
Denbigh,
Denbighshire. LL16 3HY

Tel: 01745 816650
Email: denbigh@cavendishikin.co.uk