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5 bedroom bungalow for sale

Off Mount Road, St Asaph, Denbighshire

Guide Price £365,000

Property Description

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A well proportioned family home set in a peaceful location yet minutes away from easy access to the whole of North Wales and beyond

Accommodation in Brief

• Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study, Utility Room, Rear Porch
• Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, 2 further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Gym/ Bedroom 4, First Floor Sitting Room/Bedroom 5, Eaves Storage
• Lawned Gardens, Decked Sun Terrace, Store Room, Drying Room, Cellar/Workshop, Outside Cloakroom, Ample Parking


The Reddings is a spacious, well-appointed family property, constructed in 1956 of brick under a
rosemary tile roof, with the benefit of double glazing and gas central heating. Internally the accommodation flows particularly well over predominantly one floor and is readily adaptable for those that have dependent relatives cohabiting, who seek to have independent living space. There is no doubt, that the property would also be well suited to the family buyer, who appreciates the luxury of space and for those who are downsizing from a larger property, but wish to keep good room proportions. Highly rated schools for all ages are within easy reach, with Fairholme Preparatory School in close proximity. From the large entrance hall there is access to the Principle reception room, kitchen, utility bathroom, study and staircase to the attic conversion. This room is particularly versatile and whilst it is currently used as a further reception room, it could easily be subdivided to create and en-suite bedroom or more bedrooms. It also has the benefit of 2 store rooms and eaves storage. The lounge is a good size room with a contemporary style fireplace and large picture windows, making it a light and airy room. The Kitchen has a fully fitted range of oak wall and base units designed in a traditional style, under black granite work surfaces, incorporating a sink unit single drainer and Karndean floor. Off the kitchen is the Dining Room, which is also a bright, spacious room and leads out into the garden via double glazed door. A porch, equipped with Belfast sink and storage cupboards, gives access to the rear elevated decked area. Beyond the living area is the master bedroom, complete with built in cupboards and wardrobes and en-suite shower room with wc. There are 2 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom, comprising of large sunken bath, vanity units with twin sinks, large walk in shower with Mira fittings and a wc. In addition, there is a gym, which is one of the largest rooms in the house, but readily adaptable as a second lounge, bedroom, office space for those wishing to work from home, or alternatively a self contained annex. All rooms enjoy natural light and a lovely view of the gardens.


The Reddings is situated in upper St Asaph, within easy walking distance of local amenities, including schools, shops, Leisure Centre, library, doctors, dentists and vets. There are many golf courses nearby. For ramblers, local country paths affording panoramic views are minutes around the corner, whilst Snowdon is only 47 miles away. Boating enthusiasts will enjoy the marinas at Conwy and Deganwy. Whilst new retail parks at Llandudno and Prestatyn, offer a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities. The area is well served by roads, being 1 mile from the A55 Expressway, allowing for ease of access throughout North Wales, from Holyhead to Chester, where connections with the M53 and M56 motorways, permit daily travel to Liverpool and Manchester, which are both served by international airports. Main line railway stations are also close by.


The Reddings is accessed by splayed entrance, through stone pillars flanked by a low stone wall, onto a flagged parking area. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn, with established borders interspersed with conifers and low maintenance shrubs. The property sits centrally
within its plot and to the side has high conifers. An impressive decked terrace to the rear provides
superb dining and entertaining space, set against a mature wooded hillside backdrop, ensuring
complete privacy. Either side of the decking are patio areas, suitable for a variety of uses. Beyond which are an external cloakroom and cellar/ workshop, in addition to drying room and store. The gardens are certainly a prominent feature of the property as The Reddings has a blend of formal garden, sitting areas and space for recreational use.

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Added on Rightmove:
16 June 2016

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