5 bedroom detached house for sale
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- Spacious Rural Residence
- 5 Bedrooms
- Wealth Of Orig. Features
- Sympathetically Restored
- Large Grounds
The Cottage at Llanrhaeadr is an impressive detached rural residence of immense character which has been lovingly restored over many years in a most sympathetic and deserving manner.
Dating back to approximately 1876, The Cottage boasts a wealth of original features and provides spacious 5 bedroomed accommodation over three floors.
Occupying an enviable position in the sought-after hamlet of Llanrhaeadr and extending in all to approximately half an acre, the grounds are a particular feature of this property, providing outstanding cottage-style gardens, lawns, decked seating area and natural woodland.
This unique and lovingly restored property comes to the market after a period of approximatley 30 years and offers spacious family accommodation presented in an immacuate state of decorative order. The Cottage boasts a wealth of original features including original doors, timber and slate flooring and sash windows. Whilst retaining its character, the cottage now provides all the requirements of modern living and offers spacious family accommodation with four/five bedrooms and three/four reception rooms.
Occupying an idyllic location close to the village church, The Cottage extends in all to approximately half an acre with immaculate cottage-style gardens, lawns, decked seating area and natural woodland.
Viewing is essential to appreciate the charm, character and setting of this property.
The picturesque hamlet of Llanrhaeadr is situated just a few miles from the market towns of Denbigh and Ruthin, surrounded by totally unspoilt countryside in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd. The Cottage occupies a central position within the hamlet, close to the church, village inn and reputable primary school. Comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities are available at the aforementioned towns together with a choice of both private and state schools. By virtue of the A55 Expressway, the property is within easy reach of the main towns of the North Wales Coast and also within easy commuting distance of Chester, the Wirral, Merseyside and Manchester.
The original residence, dating back to approximately 1876, is constructed in a traditional manner of local stone with render under a pitched slated roof with more recent additions to the rear dating back to the 1920's undertaken to compliemtn the original residence. The property benefits from solid fuel central heating via the kitchen range and the majority of the windows have secondary double glazing.
Ground Floor Accommodation
Approached via double glazed external door and having quarry tiled flooring, attractive turned staircase to first floor, ceiling coving, radiator, secondary double glazed sash window, meter box, understairs storage cupboard.
5.66m(18'7'') x 4.75m(15'7'') into bays
Dual aspect with two bay windows having secondary double glazing. Attractive marble fireplace with raised tiled hearth. Original timber flooring, coved ceiling, range of built-in bookcases.
5.51m(18'1'') x 3.71m(12'2'') into bay
Bay window with secondary double glazing, double glazed window to side elevation. Marble fireplace with raised tiled hearth housing a gas fire. Original timber flooring, coved ceiling. Step to:-
3.84m(12'7'') x 3.12m(10'3'')
With original slate slabbed flooring, turned staircase leading to the first floor, timber panelling to walls. Access to reception hall and access also to:-
4.65m(15'3'') x 3.71m(12'2'')
With beamed ceiling, quarry tiled floor. Solid fuel Rayburn Supreme range which also services the central heating. Range of quality timber base and eye level units with granite worksurfaces over and inset stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for dishwasher, void for fridge/freezer. Stable-style door through to:-
Rear Porch And Utility
With belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, shelving units, external stable-style door.
Ground Floor Cloakroom
First Floor Accommodation
Accessed via the main staircase in the reception hall together with further staircase from the Dining Hall.
First Floor Landing
3.91m(12'10'') x 3.02m(9'11'')
Spacious landing with original timber flooring, coved ceiling, secondary double glazed sash window. Access to inner landing which houses the staircase to the second floor.
5.72m(18'9'') into bay x 3.86m(12'8'')
To front elevation and having attractive bay window, cast iron fireplace, timber flooring, radiator.
Adjacent to Bedroom 1 and currently used as a storeroom, this area would be ideally suited to provide en suite facilities should this be required.
5.66m(18'7'') into bay x 3.91m(12'10'')
Again to the front elevation with attractive bay window, timber flooring, feature fireplace, ceiling coving, range of built-in wardrobes, radiator.
Sitting Room/Bedroom 3
4.57m(15'0'') x 3.63m(11'11'')
Triple aspect room. Currently used as a sitting room, taking maximum advantage of its position leading on to the decked garden area. Laminate flooring, cast iron fireplace, external PVCu door. Access to:-
3.25m(10'8'') x 2.74m(9'0'')
Panelled bath, shower cubicle housing Mira shower, vanity unit incorporating wash hand basin, extensive range of built-in storage cupboards. Timber flooring, radiator, extractor fan, half tiled walls.
Accessed from the landing and having low flush wc, wash hand basin with tiled splashback.
Second Floor Accommodation
Second Floor Landing
3.86m(12'8'') x 2.44m(8'0'') into eaves
With ceiling beam, timber flooring, loft access hatch
3.86m(12'8'') x 3.71m(12'2'') into eaves
With views of the church and towards the Clwydian Hills. Timber flooring, beamed ceiling, radiator.
7.14m(23'5'') into eaves x 3.96m(13'0'')
Currently used as a studio/workroom and having timber flooring, beamed ceiling, secondary double glazed sash window to side elevation.
The grounds are a particular feature of this property, they are extensive and afford a good deal of privacy. Ample parking is provided to the side of the property and the majority of the gardens lie to the rear. The cottage-style gardens are stocked with an abundance of shrubs, flowers and trees, providing year-long colour, and the decked seating area takes maximum advantage of the sunny and sheltered position. The sizeable lawns lead on to the wooded area which is a haven for birds and wildlife.
All mains services connected.
The property is situated in the county of Denbighshire and is in Band G for community charge.
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.
View From The Second Floor
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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