Get brand editions for Cavendish Residential, Ruthin

This property has been removed by the agent. It may be sold or temporarily removed from the market

View similar properties

4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanelidan, LL15


Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Former Rectory
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Beautifully Appointed
  • One Bedroom Cottage
  • Delightful Grounds
  • Walled Garden
  • Far Reaching Views

Full description

A beautifully appointed Grade II Listed former Rectory together with converted one bedroom cottage and delightful private grounds standing in the heart of this picturesque village overlooking Nant Clwyd Cricket Ground, historic Inn, Church and with far reaching views along the estate towards the Clwydian Hills and Moel Famau.

Ruthin 5½ miles; Mold 15 miles; Chester 28 miles.

Location - Llanelidan stands in the heart of the Nant Clwyd Hall Estate amidst truly delightful farmland and wooded countryside just off the A494(T), some 51/2 miles from Ruthin. The former Rectory enjoys uninterrupted views across the village cricket ground and pavilion, some 250 yds from the historic Church, Village Hall and Inn. This elegant double fronted Georgian house has benefitted from a comprehensive and sympathetic programme of refurbishment in recent years to provide a very comfortable and well proportioned family home.

The accommodation is arranged around a typical Georgian central hall and landing with three elegant reception rooms and snug, the latter interconnects with a restored adjoining outbuilding which now provides a stunning kitchen/family room with dining area and utility/side hall. To the first floor are three bedrooms, luxury shower room and bathroom. The former bakery has been converted to provide a cottage with reception/day lounge and staircase to a first floor double bedroom with modern shower and wc.

The grounds extend to about 0.42 Acre and are bounded by high stone walling in the main to include a lower level ha-ha which overlooks the cricket ground. Approached via electrically operated oak gates, there is ample parking, a mature orchard with greenhouse and beautiful grounds mainly to the south-easterly elevation, with extensive lawns, gravel pathways and deep established borders, providing a wealth a colour and interest throughout the seasons.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Portico entrance with a fine panelled glazed door leading to:

Elegant Reception Hall - Which leads from the front to the rear elevation providing dual aspect. Fine turned staircase rising off with panelling to dado and door providing access to the cellar, moulded coved ceiling and picture rail, built-in cloaks cupboard, fine herringbone oak floor and a traditional pipe radiator. There is a further panelled door with decorative leaded panels to either side leading to:

Rear Entrance - With deep recess and stone archway extending to the courtyard and parking area.

Sitting Room - An elegant room with a deep Georgian bay window to the front elevation with a delightful aspect in a southerly direction over the lawns and beyond to the village cricket ground and pavilion. Painted panelling to dado, fine carved slate fire surround with raised hearth and deep recess with canopy, moulded coved ceiling, picture rail, wall light points, tv point and traditional pipe radiators.

Day Lounge - Deep splayed bay window with views over the cricket ground and to the woodland beyond. Moulded coved ceiling, picture rail and painted panelling to dado. Ornate fire surround with raised hearth and a Jotul multi-fuel fire grate and traditional pipe radiator.

Study - Picture rail, dado rail, wall light point and traditional pipe radiator.

Snug - Fitted cabinet with shelving, fine stone fire surround with stone hearth with a Jotul LPG coal effect Living Flame fire, fitted display cabinet to recess with shelving and traditional pipe radiator. Twin panelled doors leading to:

Side Lobby - Which interconnects with the adjoining stone outbuilding converted to provide a kitchen and family room. The lobby has a stable door opening to the front elevation, windows, heather brown tiled floor and traditional pipe radiator. Archway to:

Utility Area - Forming part of the bespoke kitchen by Tegla, it provides fitted cabinets incorporating space for American style fridge freezer with water point, void and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, double door pantry cupboard with shelving, a white glazed two bowl sink within a beech surround, wall shelving, corner broom cupboard and extractor fan. Steps leading up to:

Kitchen / Family Room - A delightful room converted from the original coach house and benefiting from dual height with an impressive pitched ceiling with exposed purlins and 'A' frame truss. The kitchen is extensively fitted by Tegla of Llandegla, a highly regarded company renowned for their high quality units. The kitchen is arranged around a dark blue enamel four oven AGA with twin hot plate and warmer. White glazed Belfast sink. A range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers in a light cream painted finish with concealed lighting, open shelving and plate rail, together with a traditional dresser style unit which incorporates two freezers and display cabinet with concealed lighting and glass shelving. Integrated fridge and dishwasher. Bespoke cabinets with drawers and point for a tv, large central dais in contrasting powder blue with black granite tops and a marble pastry board. Further built-in dresser unit with drawers and concealed lighting. Fine stone Georgian style fireplace with raised hearth and a large Jotul multi-fuel fire grate and heatherbrown tiled floor. Two windows to the parking area and twin glazed doors with matching side panels opening to the eastern side of the house with views beyond to the Clwydian Hills. Staircase rising to:

Raised Dining Area - With a beautiful arched window overlooking the gardens and beyond the cricket ground and Moel Famau. Wall light point.

First Floor Landing - Painted panelling to dado, Georgian sash window to the front with far reaching views over the cricket ground and beyond. Traditional pipe radiator.

Bedroom One - Front right hand side.
Wall light points, ornate cast-iron fireplace with hearth (not in use) and panelled door leading to bathroom, traditional pipe radiator.

Bedroom Two - Front left hand side.
Georgian sash window, dado rail and pipe radiator.

Bedroom Three - Rear left hand side.
Interconnecting door to Bedroom Two, fitted linen cupboard with shelving, ornate cast-iron fireplace and hearth (not in use) pipe radiator.

Bathroom - Luxury white suite comprising a freestanding jacuzzi slipper bath with brassed pillar combination shower and tap unit, elegant Victorian style porcelain vanity unit with basin and high flush wc. Ornate fireplace with surround. Amtico flooring and two radiators. Pull-down timber panelled ladder leading to:

Large Loft - Which has scope for conversion, providing a lobby and two rooms.

Shower Room - Luxury white suite comprising large corner cubicle with glazed screen and high output monsoon style head, wash basin and high flush wc, secondary glazed window, marble tiled flooring and pipe radiator.

Cellar - Approached via the internal staircase to the hall, the cellar provides one store room with electric light and power, oil central heating boiler.

Outside - The property stands in grounds of about 0.42 Acre. It affords a high degree of privacy with a substantial stone wall running to the majority of the boundaries with splayed entrance and modern oak panelled electrically operated gates opening to a wide tarmacadam forecourt providing ample space for parking several cars. Thereafter there are steps leading down to the rear and western elevation of the house.

Cottage - A detached two storey building converted to provide occasional overflow accommodation or home office. It affords a panelled door leading into:

Living Room - With staircase rising off with enclosed cupboard beneath, painted ceiling, two single glazed Georgian style windows, one with a window seat, and electric night storage heater.

First Floor -

Occasional Bedroom Four - With high vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, two windows, both with deep sills, and electric night storage heater.

Shower Room - Modern white suite comprising tray with electric shower over, wash basin with Triton water heater and low level wc. Painted panelled walls and extractor fan.

The Gardens - The grounds are principally to the south-eastern side of the house with extensive lawns, established and well stocked flower and shrub borders providing colour throughout the year together with a most delighting aspect over a ha-ha towards Llanelidan cricket ground, pavilion and thereafter beyond along the valley of wooded countryside and the Clwydian Hills.

The grounds are bounded by various substantial and restored stone walls within which is an integrated garden store room and with gravel pathways extending around to the eastern elevation where there is a domestic area, timber framed and panelled garden shed and oil storage tank.

To the eastern side is a further private lawn garden with raised patio, designed to enjoy the pleasing aspect.

Orchard - Located to the western side is an established orchard with a variety of fruit trees and a large aluminium framed greenhouse.

Services - The house benefits from:
*Oil fired central heating with traditional pipe radiators in the main.
*Electrically operated external gates.
*Comprehensive alarm system
*All windows to the main house are secondary glazed in keeping with its listed status.

Loft Room - A pull-down ladder provides access to the main loft, with two rooms having limited scope for conversion/storage.

Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band I.

Directions - From Ruthin take the A494(T) Corwen road proceeding through the village of Pwllglas and after about 1.25 miles turn left signposted Llanelidan. Follow the country lane to the village and at the minor crossroads turn left at the property is directly on the left.

Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.

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


You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

More information from this agent

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 November 2016


Map & Street View

Disclaimer - Property reference 26607238. The information displayed about this property comprises a property advertisement. makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advertisement or any linked or associated information, and Rightmove has no control over the content. This property advertisement does not constitute property particulars. The information is provided and maintained by Cavendish Residential, Ruthin. Please contact the selling agent or developer directly to obtain any information which may be available under the terms of The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 or the Home Report if in relation to a residential property in Scotland.

* This is the maximum possible speed. Broadband speed may be lower at peak times and can be affected by a range of technical and environmental factors. The speed you receive where you live may be lower than that listed above. Fibre/cable services at your postcode are subject to availability. You can confirm availability on the provider's website. The information is provided and maintained by

Map data OpenStreetMap contributors.