4 bedroom detached house for saleBontuchel, LL15
- Extended Country House
- Grounds - About 0.29 Acre
- Spacious Through Lounge
- Dining Rm with Study
- Kitchen / Breakfast Room
- Utility & Cloakroom
- 4 Beds, Bath & Shower Room
- Gardens & Garage
A large and imposing four bedroom detached country house, greatly extended and recently re-furbished provide versatile accommodation set within mature and private gardens of about 0.29 acres. Commanding far reaching Westerly views over adjoining farmland and the Clywedog Valley yet only 2 miles from the historic market town of Ruthin. This attractive split level designed house (which could lend itself to include a granny flat) is designed to a very spacious and individual plan affording a reception hall, a spacious through lounge with attractive fireplace, dining room, study, luxury fitted kitchen / breakfast room with adjoining utility, side porch, walk in pantry and cloakroom, lower ground floor, two double bedrooms and recently re-furbished luxury bathroom, upper ground floor, two double bedrooms, a new shower room and WC. Modern Georgian style UPVC double glazed windows and oil central heating, extensive parking with detached double garage, large and private gardens to both front and rear. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Location - Bontuchel is located some 2 miles from the market town of Ruthin providing an excellent range of facilities to include primary and secondary schools and good road links towards Mold, Chester, Wrexham and the motorway network.
The Accommodation Comprises - An oak panelled door opening to entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - Double glazed window and panel radiator. Staircase leading down to the lower hall where there is a further radiator.
Through Lounge - 16'1" x 13'8" plus 7'8" x 8'2" (4.90m x 4.17m plus - A well-lit and spacious room designed to take full advantage of the far reaching views along the Clywedog Valley with a double glazed sliding patio window to the west elevation, and two further windows. An impressive outbuilt chimney breast of exposed random stone in the main, with two raised plinths all with quarry tile tops and matching hearth. Four wall light points, TV aerial point and two panel radiators.
Dining Room - 14'7" x 13'1" (4.45m x 3.99m) - A large, central room with four wall light points, an Armstrong tile floor, two double glazed windows with far reaching views and double panel radiator.
Study - 9'3" x 9'0" (2.82m x 2.74m) - Double glazed window with far reaching views together with further window to one side and tip and tilt double glazed door leading to garden, telephone point and single panel radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 15'10" x 12'0" overall (4.83m x 3.66m overall) - Recently refurbished with an extensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with light cream toned finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting working surfaces to include a large peninsular breakfast table. There is an inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, built-in four ring hob with a stainless steel convector hood over, built-in oven and microwave. Integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher, attractive tile splash-backs, carpet tiled quarry tile floor, telephone point, two double glazed windows overlooking the front gardens and a further window to rear, panel radiator. 12 Electric sockets, under cupboard lighting, access to roof void.
Utility Room / Side Hall - 11'8" x 9'7" (3.56m x 2.92m) - Oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating with fitted wall and base cupboards with working surfaces, double sink, void and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, access to large loft room, double glazed door to side, quarry tile floor and double glazed window.
Cloakroom - 6'9" x 3'8" (2.06m x 1.12m) - Washbasin and low level WC. Double glazed window.
Walk-In Pantry/Larder - 6'8" x 5'6" (2.03m x 1.68m) - Double glazed window, quarry tile floor and fitted base and wall units.
Lower Ground Floor -
Inner Hall - Located off the main hall, with a double glazed window and panel radiator.
Bedroom One - 14'8" x 11'7" overall measurement (4.47m x 3.53m o - To include out-built range of sliding door wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving. Fitted vanity unit with inset bowl and cupboard beneath, wall mirror, light and shaver point, two double glazed windows with far reaching views and double panel radiator.
Bedroom Two - 10'7" x 8'7" (3.23m x 2.62m) - Double glazed window and panelled radiator.
Bathroom - 9'9" x 8'0" (2.97m x 2.44m) - Newly refurbished with a modern white suite, comprising walk in shower cubicle with valve, panel bath, vanity unit with large bowl and low level WC. Attractive tile walls, wood grain effect wall cabinet with shelving, double glazed window and a panelled traditional radiator and a chrome towel radiator.
Upper Ground Floor -
Landing - Double glazed window with views.
Bedroom Three - 17'2" x 13'9" overall measurement (5.23m x 4.19m o - To include an out-built bulkhead with high level storage above, fitted sliding door wardrobe with adjoining vanity with inset bowl, two double glazed windows with views and panel radiator.
Bedroom Four - Wide double glazed window with far reaching views across the Clywedog Valley, fitted sliding door wardrobe with adjoining vanity with inset bowl. Further airing cupboard with immersion heater and slatted shelving, panel radiator.
Shower Room - New white suite, comprising walk-in cubicle with shower, washbasin and WC. Fully tiled walls and double glazed window.
Outside - The property is approached over a tarmacadam driveway providing ample space for parking several cars, and access to detached double garage.
Detached Double Garage - With two metal up and over doors to the front, electric light and power installed.
Gardens - The house stands within informal grounds of about 0.29 Acre, there are extensive sweeping lawns to the North Eastern elevation where there are raised and established flower and shrub borders together with a number of mature fruit trees. To the Western elevation is a secluded garden with patios and raised beds and from a raised patio there are splendid South Westerly views along the Valley of the River Clywedog towards wooded countryside. There is a garden store room and an oil storage tank.
Agent's Note - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band F
Directions - From the agent's Ruthin office proceed down Clwyd Street and at the junction bear left onto Mwrog Street. Continue over the mini roundabout and on passing The Cross Keys Inn take the first right for Bontuchel. Follow the road up the hill and continue for approximately 3/4 mile and on passing the sign for The Woodlands Hotel and caravan park on the left hand side continue for a further 300 yards towards Bontuchel and Pant Mawr will be found set back on the left hand side.
Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin Office 01824 703030.
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