6 bedroom detached house for sale
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Distances are straight line measurements
- 5 Bedrooms
- Stable Block
- The Old 'Bothy'
- Extensive Mature Gardens
A fine country house principally built in 1860 offering spacious accommodation in an idyllic rural setting. A property nestled in the Wigfair Valley, offering substantial period living accommodation. A house of significant architectural merit, Glanllyn Hall provides tranquil rural living yet ideally located for commuting.
Approched via a lengthy copper beech lined drive; the property is surrounded by magnificent farm woodland, not to mention the stunning banks of the River Elwy. In addition, Glanllyn Hall offers further living accommodation above the traditional stable block, a double garage and the old Bothy.
Sweeping gravel drive and extensive lawns provide the perfect surroundings for what is a fine country home.
The original site of Glanllyn Hall, formerly owned by the Wigfair Estate, was the site of the Dowager House, still in existence and now forms part of what is Glanllyn Hall.
The main part of the hall was constructed in 1860 of cut sandstone and granite all under a clay tile roof, the property was extended in 1922 in the same manner providing accommodation for the sizeable Dining Room. Two substantial hardwood conservatories were added in 1995.
Its riverside position provides tranquil living, stunning views and the benefit of fishing rights on the River Elwy.
A wealth of character, this property provides exceptional and spacious accommodation, double glazed throughout, having approximately 2 1/2 acres of grounds.
A property which must be viewed to fully appreciate its charm.
Accessed via a private tarmacadam copper beech lined driveway, Glanllyn Hall is nestled within the Wigfair Valley, bordering the tranquil River Elwy. Formerly part of the Wigfair estate, the property enjoys the most rural position and takes benefit from the surrounding countryside. The property has excellent access to the market towns of Denbigh and St. Asaph, both of which offer excellent shopping facilities and a choice of private and state education systems.
Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, the property lends itself to excellent walking and riding and is perfect for all rural pursuits. The towns mentioned also offer good choice of sporting and recreational amenities including a number of golf courses.
Rear Of Property
Stained glass double glazed door leading into:
Containing small double radiator with cloak/storage cupboards, giving access to the cellars consisting of two rooms.
Leading through to:
8.38m(27'6'') x 3.38m(11'1'')
Fitted with a comprehensive range of hand built pitched pine base and eye level units incorporating glass fronted display cupboards and having integrated appliances comprising; dishwasher, two fridges, two freezers, washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled surfaces and splash backs including central island containing Bosch gourmet electric oven and hob.
Double oven Aga sat within brick lined chimney breast, Leicestershire oak flooring, sink, power points, TV points. A dual aspect room of great size and light leading through to:
7.44m(24'5'') x 4.94m(16'2'')
Continuation of Leicestershire oak flooring, large bay window with window seat overlooking front elevation, two double radiators with, impressive large Canadian oak double glazed doors leading through to:
5.33m(17'6'') x 5.33m(17'6'')
Vestibule link (1.98m [6'6] x 1.57m [5'2]) to Conservatory with fan/ceiling light.
Traditional cast iron fireplace containing French freestanding log burner 'Godin', beamed ceiling, large bay window to front elevation and a double radiator.
Door leading to:
Continuation of parquet flooring with feature round window through to:
6.72m(22'1'') x 6.32m(20'9'')
A room of great size and character, two large bay windows to front elevation, working open fireplace with decorative surround, two double radiators, intricate cornicing, carpeted, double doors leading to:
9.71m(31'10'') x 4.43m(14'6'')
Boasting fantastic views over the River Elwy, double radiator and two fan/ceiling lights.
Leading through to:
Tiled floor with original linen cupboards, double radiator and roof light.
Low flush WC and small wash hand basin.
6.26m(20'6'') x 4.30m(14'1'')
French windows onto rear patio overlooking the River Elwy. Large open fireplace with oak surround, carpeted, double radiator, steps leading into:
Fired Earth tiled floor, double radiator, Belfast sink, eye and base level units, tiled splash back and electric points, under stair storage.
Quality suite comprising low flush WC, and pedestal sink, eye and base level units, tiled top surfaces, Fired Earth tiled floor.
Containing Canadian oak staircase and balustrade leading upto first floor accommodation, under stair oak storage, part board/part parquet oak flooring.
Containing double radiator and window overlooking front garden.
5.29m(17'4'') x 4.93m(16'2'')
Bay window to front elevation, original wrought iron fireplace with tiled surround, carpeted, two double radiators.
2.70m(8'10'') x 3.34m(11'0'')
Jacuzzi bath, brass bath shower mixer tap shower, pedestal sink, low flush WC two sinks and power shower. Extensive storage cupboards, half tiled.
4.60m(15'1'') x 5.05m(16'7'')
Double radiator, bay window with window seat, pedestal sink carpeted.
3.89m(12'9'') x 3.51m(11'6'')
Window overlooking rear elevation, pedestal sink, double radiator, extensive built in storage cupboards.
2.98m(9'9'') x 3.94m(12'11'')
Window overlooking rear elevation, carpeted, double radiator.
3.06m(10'1'') x 2.98m(9'9'')
Traditional white three piece suite comprising: bath, low flush WC and pedestal sink. Separate power shower, extensive linen cupboards and double radiator.
Servants staircase leading to:
5.88m(19'4'') x 4.51m(14'10'')
Triple aspect room including velux windows which overlooks the River Elwy, double radiator, carpeted, extensive storage cupboards.
Stairs leading down to Utility Room.
The Old Bothy
A pretty stone building all under a Welsh slate roof, currently provides a potting shed and wood store both of which have working fireplaces. In addition there is an adjoining room containing the original bread oven. The building benefits from mains electric and water.
Constructed of brick and granite, this space provides ample parking for a number of vehicles, benefitting from an up and over electric garage door. Adjoining the garage is a boiler room and storage shed.
Former Stable Block
Constructed in sandstone all under a slate roof, the stable block provides three very traditional loose boxes with guest accommodation over. A large usable space consisting of a guest room and separate WC and sink. The stable block also has a separate electric and telephone connection.
Glanllyn Hall is surrounded by extensive well maintained gardens featuring a ha-ha to the front of the formal lawned area. Mature flowerbeds and trees surround the property in particular, magnificent ginkgo, magnolia, spruce and yew trees. Specimen lace hydrangea wisteria and camellias.
The property is situated in the County of Denbighshire and is in Band I for Community Charge.
Mains water, electricity and private drainage.
We are advised by the Vendor that the property is Freehold and offered with vacant possession on completion.
Strictly by appointment with the agents, Jones Peckover, Denbigh Office: Tel: (01745) 812127.
None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability. Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the condition and adequacy of all such services and or installations prior to committing themselves to a purchase.
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