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4 bedroom detached house for sale
- Traditional Period Barn
- Lounge / Dining Room
- Kitchen & Adj. Family Rm
- Utility & Shower Room
- Second Lounge / Bed 5
- 4 Beds, En-Suite & Bath
- Large Informal Gardens
- Uninterrupted Views
A traditional stone and slated period barn which has been greatly extended in keeping and refurbished to provide an imposing and highly appointed four / five bedroom house, standing on a minor country land near to Offa's Dyke about 1 mile from the village centre. The house has undergone a sympathetic programme of extension and refurbishment to provide spacious and adaptable accommodation. It affords canopy entrance opening to a large reception hall with galleried landing, 28'8 x 15'4 lounge / dining room, luxury Tegla bespoke fitted kitchen with adjoining family room, utility / porch and shower room. Second lounge / occasional bedroom five. First floor landing, large master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and bathroom. Oil central heating. Large informal gardens with uninterrupted views over adjoining farmland towards the Clwydian Hills.
Llandegla is a small village with primary school and post office situated off the A525 approximately 8 miles equidistant between Wrexham and Ruthin and some 16 miles from Chester via the A5104.
The property forms part of a small hamlet on a minor lane in the hearth of rolling countryside and adjoining the historic Offa's Dyke footpath.
Ground Floor Plan
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
The Accommodation Comprises
Outbuilt canopy entrance with riven slate step and panel door leading to:
Spacious Reception Hall
4.67m(15'4'') x 3.78m(12'5'')
Galleried landing over. Turned staircase rising off with enclosed under stairs cupboard. Wood grained effect laminate flooring and two piped radiators. Panel door leading to:
4.65m(15'3'') x 3.61m(11'10'')
To the living area there is a free standing cast iron stove on a raised brick hearth with double glazed window with deep sill. Oak floor boarding, halogen downlighters and piped radiator.
Kitchen / Family Room
3.30m(10'10'') x 2.79m(9'2'')
The living area extends into a splendid kitchen designed and fitted by Tegla Kitchens of Llandegla, a renowned firm. The kitchen is finished in light cream to a Shaker style with solid black granite working surfaces to include a large Belfast white glazed sink with pewter style mixer tap, Britannia LPG and electric five ring stainless steel range cooker with granite upstand and Britannia extractor hood and light over. Larder unit with integrated fridge and freezer, various cupboards and drawers to include a pantry cupboard with spice shelves and hardwood round breakfast bar to one corner. There are halogen downlighters throughout together with oak flooring and piped radiator. Three double glazed windows with deep sills.
8.74m(28'8'') x 4.67m(15'4'')
The lounge forms part of the large extension providing a very spacious and adaptable room which is well lit with three double glazed windows together with large French doors with matching side panels opening to the garden with views towards the Clwydian Hills, together with a further set of glazed doors opening to the rear patio. Feature, mainly brick, chimney breast with raised hearth and a Morso cast iron multi-fuel fire grate. Raised dias to one side providing dining area with oak flooring together with halogen downlighting and piped radiator.
Dining Area Photo
Day Room / Bed. Five
4.83m(15'10'') x 3.66m(12'0'')
Side Hall / Utility
Fitted working surface with plumbing installed for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Slate tiled floor, stable door to rear.
White suite comprising corner cubicle with thermostatically controlled valve, wash basin and WC. Matching floor, double glazed window and chrome towel radiator.
First Floor Plan
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
First Floor Landing
4.90m(16'1'') x 4.27m(14'0'')
Splendid galleried landing with vaulted roof with original exposed 'A' frame trusses and purlins together with two Velux roof lights, two wall light points, square turned balustrade and traditional piped radiator.
'L' Shaped Inner Landing
Walk in airing cupboard with a pressurised domestic hot water system and shelving. Piped radiator.
5.92m(19'5'') x 4.65m(15'3'')
A splendid spacious room with double glazed French doors opening to a 'Juliette' balcony with views across rolling countryside towards the Clwydian Hills. Two double glazed windows with sills and two piped radiators.
En-Suite Shower Room
2.34m(7'8'') x 1.60m(5'3'')
Walk in cubicle with double glazed screen and a pumped thermostatically controlled shower, pedestal wash basin and WC, tiled walls and matching floor. Halogen downlighters, extractor fan, double glazed window and chrome towel radiator.
5.00m(16'5'') x 3.71m(12'2'')
Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, two double glazed windows, outbuilt double door wardrobe with hanging rail, painted boarded floor and two piped radiators.
5.08m(16'8'') x 3.12m(10'3'')
Vaulted ceiling with downlighters, double glazed window and panel radiator.
3.61m(11'10'') x 2.59m(8'6'')
Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin and Velux roof light. Exposed wall timbers and panel radiator.
2.51m(8'3'') x 1.96m(6'5'')
White suite comprising panel bath with combination shower and tap unit, pedestal wash basin and WC. Travertine style wall tiling, double glazed window and chromed towel radiator.
The property is approached over a hardcore drive leading to the front elevation and one gable, providing space for parking. Beyond is a large flagged patio leading to the rear.
The lawns are to one side providing a large garden areas with storage shed and delightful views over adjoining farmland towards the Clwydian Hills.
Directions From Ruthin
From the Agent's Ruthin Office take the A494 Wrexham Road, proceeding through the Nant y Garth pass and continue for some 2.5 miles to Llandegla. On reaching the traffic lights adjoining The Crown Inn continue straight ahead towards Wrexham and after approximately one third of a mile take the right turning which immediately adjoins the left hand elevation of The Plough Inn. After The Plough continue down the lane for about half a mile and Fron Hafod is the first property on the left hand side.
A specialist Survey and Valuation Department providing Home Buyer Surveys and Engineers Reports at reasonable cost.
For full information contact either Gareth Roberts BSc Hons, MRICS or Hugh Evans BSc, MRICS, FNAEA on 0845 4349989.
By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin Office on 01824 703030.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
HME / JET - 31/01/2011
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