4 bedroom barn conversion for saleWest Wing, Lleweni, Mold Road, Denbighshire
Sold STC £300,000
1 West Wing forms part of an impressive development comprising a former Grade II* Listed Carriage House and associated buildings originally belonging to Lleweni Hall, considered one of the 'Great Historic Landmark Buildings of Wales'. An award winning conversion, the scheme was completed in 2008 and includes 17 individual units set amongst 5 acres of grounds with frontage to the River Clwyd. Constructed of brick in Flemish bond beneath a slate roof 1 West Wing provides spacious and superbly appointed accommodation with extensive use of oak and polished limestone tiles in the hall, kitchen and bathrooms. The layout is arranged over two floors and relatively open plan on the ground floor with a pleasant westerly aspect across its own garden.
From the entrance hall, two pairs of double doors lead into the kitchen and reception room. The kitchen incorporates a range of walnut wall and floor units beneath cream polished limestone work surfaces, a central island with sink and mixer, Bosch appliances to include dishwasher, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer and a Lacanche double oven with 5 ring LPG hob beneath extractor hood. The room is particularly light and has double French doors leading out to the terrace and also into the reception room. Presently one large dining and drawing room there is scope to sub-divide into two individual rooms if required although the existing layout is suitable for family living and entertaining.
At first floor level there are four double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms which include high quality Laufen fittings and a Kudos walk-in shower to the en-suite. There are numerous exposed ceiling timbers and also most attractive arched windows overlooking the garden.
The area is well served by roads being 6 miles from the A55 Expressway at St Asaph allowing for ease of travel along the North Wales coast and to Chester. Beyond Chester the A55 links to the M53 and M56 motorways accessing Liverpool and Manchester which are both served by international airports.
The historic market town of Denbigh is just 3 miles distant offering a wide range of services including supermarkets, high street banks, doctors surgery, dentist and both private and state schooling. On the recreational front there are scenic walks along the Clwydian range and golf courses at Denbigh and Mold.
The development is approached via a long drive to a communal parking area and garaging to the west of the Carriage House. 1 West Wing has a double garage with parking for two in front and there is visitor parking opposite. The house is accessed via a path and beneath a drift-way, beyond which is a shared cobbled courtyard. The garden is to the west and benefits from a sunny aspect and there is a wide slate terrace, all surrounded by wrought iron railings and a brick wall surmounted by timber fencing.
From Denbigh take the A453 signposted Mold. Follow this road for just over a mile and the gated entrance to Lleweni will be seen on the right hand side. Follow the long private driveway to the right and The Carriage House is located within the lower part of the development with access from the parking area on foot via the path and to the front door under the driftway.
Historic Landmark Building
Set Amongst Five Acres
Exposed Ceiling Timbers
Award Winning Scheme
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