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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanelidan, Ruthin

Guide Price £599,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance hallway
  • Drawing room | Sitting room
  • Study | Snug
  • Kitchen/dining room | Utility room
  • 3 Bedrooms (1 en suite to family bathroom)
  • Shower room
  • One bedroom detached cottage
  • Garden storage
  • Gardens | Driveway parking
  • In about 0.43 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Old Rectory has been thoughtfully upgraded over the last decade and now offers exceptional accommodation ideal for modern-day family living. Character features include Jotul wood-burners, cast-iron column radiators, wood block flooring and wood panelling in the two front reception rooms. The kitchen has an impressive vaulted ceiling and feature mezzanine dining area. The bespoke kitchen is beautifully fitted and includes a four oven Aga, granite worktops and a marble top butchers block. Steps down from the kitchen lead to a utility room with larder, double Belfast sink and spaces for a American style fridge/ freezer, washing machine and dryer. Off the hallway is access to the cellar which houses the boiler and is used as storage. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master having en suite access to the stunning bathroom and there is a further shower room.

There is a second floor accessed via a pull down-ladder in the main bathroom which has been boarded out and has electricity. This space might offer potential for the extension of the accommodation in the main house to create further bedrooms, subject to the necessary planning approvals

The property is located some 5.5 miles south of the historic town of Ruthin and is ideally positioned to take full advantage of the superb countryside views including Moel Famau the highest hill within the Clwydian Range in the distance. Within the village of Llanelidan there is a church, village hall and pub which all lie within 200 yards of each other overlooking the village cricket ground and pavilion which is visible from the property. A few miles away in the village of Pwll-glas there is a general store with a wider range of facilities in Ruthin, including a supermarket, independent shops and a recently developed, highly acclaimed craft centre.

The area is popular for riding and walking with a number of bridleways and footpaths and the A494 offers excellent links through North Wales, Chester and the motorway network beyond.

Electric wooden gates open into the front courtyard with ample parking space. The charming one bedroom cottage is set over two floors and has a reception room with en suite bedroom above. Behind the cottage is an orchard with a variety of fruit trees and a greenhouse. The property has a delightful rear aspect overlooking the village cricket ground with its charming pavilion. Stone steps lead down from the house to the beautifully manicured lawned garden with feature pergola, mature trees and borders. Accessed from the French doors in the kitchen is a further raised lawn area and terrace offering splendid rural views. There is a timber garden store at the rear and a further store set within the stone garden wall.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 April 2016

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