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5 bedroom property for sale

Prion

£590,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Property
  • Family Kitchen
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bath / Shower Rooms
  • 7.254 Acres
  • Outbuildings And Stables

Full description

A charming and sizeable country home situated in an idyllic setting benefitting from excellent equestrian facilities.
Buarth Mawr occupies an idyllic rural position commanding stunning views over the Vale of Clwyd and the Clwydian Range. In Brief the accommodation comprises of utility room, kitchen, living room, dining room, snug, 5 bedrooms and 4 bath / shower rooms. To the outside lie mature formal gardens and lawned areas.
The equestrian facilities comprise of stabling for up to 10 horses, a feed room, tack room and fodder store, 7.254 acres of paddocks and a manege being 24mx40m benefitting from a sand surface and flood lighting.

Agents Remarks - Buarth Mawr is a sizeable country home offering spacious family accommodation, all of which is naturally light and finished to an excellent standard. The property comprises of former traditional agricultural buildings constructed of stone and all under a slate roof. The property is arranged over two floors and was converted to a dwelling over thirty years ago and has subsequently been extended and improved in a manner in keeping with its roots.
The accommodation within offers sizeable rooms perfect for entertaining all of which retain the original charm and character of the property whilst embracing the latest in modern materials and services.
The property lends itself to subdivision to offer self-contained accommodation for a family member or indeed the opportunity for holiday lets if so desired.
Outside to the front are mature formal gardens comprising of lawned areas bounded by mature shrubbery and trees, whilst to the rear lies a substantial yard giving access to the garage and stable block with parking for a number of vehicles. The stable block itself, installed by Browns of Wem, is arranged in the most usable manner and offers stabling for up to ten horses, a feed room, tack room and fodder store. To the north of the house lies an enclosed mange being 24mx40m benefitting from a sand surface and flood lighting. Easy access from the stables is provided to a number of handy enclosures, in all extending to 7.254 acres.

Additionally there is the opportunity to purchase a further adjoining approximately 6 acres subject to separate negotiations.

Situation - Buarth Mawr occupies an idyllic rural position commanding stunning views over the Vale of Clwyd and the Clwydian Range. The property benefits from a fantastic westerly outlook to the front making the most of the evening sun. The property is located just outside the hamlet of Prion benefitting from a primary school. Prion lies south of the market town of Denbigh and north west of the market town of Ruthin, both of which are within easy driving distance and offer most recreational and retail facilities and both private and state schools.
The City of Chester is approximately 24 miles distant by virtue of the A55 expressway making this property perfect for those wishing to commute or indeed access the larger cities or the North Wales coast and beyond.
A property of great privacy offering access to an unlimited amount of rural pursuits yet so convenient.

Directions - From the agents' office, proceed along Vale Street through the town centre, take the first exit at the Lenten Pool Roundabout, onto Smithfield Road, turning left after the Council Offices onto Lon Llewelyn. Turn right at the junction and bear left after a short distance signposted Prion. Continue along this road and upon reaching the junction turn right, again signposted Prion. Continue for approximately half a mile and upon reaching the hamlet turn left and the property can be found approximately half a mile distant on the left hand side.

Accommodation - From the front, a hallway leads to an imposing and spacious galleried reception hall giving access to the Dining Room and Kitchen. An open balustrade staircase rises to the first floor accommodation into a galleried landing giving access to the master bedroom and bedroom two. From the reception hall lies the spacious and light dining room with exposed oak trusses and wonderful double glazed gable making the most of its westerly outlook. Timber floors continue through to the drawing room, offering a comfortable and spacious room which retains many original features such as the exposed ceiling timbers and an attractive stone built inglenook with heavy oak beam over which houses a multi fuel stove.

Kitchen - The kitchen at the centre of the house contains a significant range of bespoke Schreiber wall and base level units all of which have granite work surfaces and upstands over and tiled splash backs, the focal point being a double oven oil fired Aga providing cooking and background heating complemented by more modern appliances including a free standing electric oven with hob, extractor hood and integral dishwasher. The kitchen, which benefits from underfloor heating, retains a significant amount of timber and particularly to its westerly elevation exposed ceiling trusses. There is a separate utility room with plumbing for laundry appliances and oil fired central heating boiler. Steps lead to the lower hall giving access to a sizeable boot room with door to the rear yard. The lower hall also provides access to the study room and the family bathroom which is fitted with twin vanity sinks and bespoke fitted pitched pine furniture.

First Floor - The lower hall leads to a staircase rising up to the first floor and giving access to bedroom three and bedroom five/office. A shower room lies off the hall and there is access to bedroom four and a hardwood conservatory enjoying garden views.
To the first floor, the master bedroom contains a bespoke range of fitted wardrobes, a feature window with a southerly aspect and ensuite shower room with four piece suite. Three further bedrooms lie to the first floor, one of which is currently used as an office, with separate external phone line, a good range of fitted furniture to include desk and cupboards and the added bonus of the room having an external stair access. Between bedroom 2 and 3 lies a large shower room and linen room.
The property lends itself perfectly to a natural separation which would offer the opportunity of separate accommodation for a family member or indeed the opportunity of a holiday let if so desired. A property of exceptional quality and charm offering great versatility of use.

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Gardens And Grounds - The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway through a gated access leading to a sizeable block yard. The yard provides ample parking for a number of vehicles and access to the house, garage and stables. Additionally there is a separate drive to the rear of the stable block providing alternative access. The front of the house benefits from lawned gardens which are bounded by well stocked borders including a number of specimen trees. Offering a westerly aspect the front provides an extensive paved seating area adjoining the house, perfect for entertaining and taking in the unrivalled countryside views. To the rear of the property lies a conveniently situated garage with roller door comprising of a number store rooms benefitting from power and light and a gym / hobby room to the rear. An additional timber framed barn with corrugated sheet roof offers further storage. The land itself extends in total to 7.254 acres and is conveniently arranged in the main to four enclosures.

Equestrian Facilities - Accessed off the main yard lies a significant range of stabling and ancillary buildings supplied and installed by Browns of Wem. Arranged to form a central courtyard with drainage, the stables are of timber clad construction with sheet roofing, roof lights and windows benefitting from power, lighting and water supply. At present the stables incorporate six loose boxes, a tack room with wash facilities, feed room, two open bays and feed stores. There is scope to create up to six additional loose boxes if required with the added benefit of planning permission for a barn.
Paddocks run predominantly to the west of the property with the land being gently undulating and split into four principle convenient paddocks all enclosed by post and rail fencing. To the north of the house lies an all-weather mange that benefits from floodlighting and sand surface measuring approximately 24x40m.

Services - The property benefits from mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil-fired central heating, telephone and broadband connection and is fitted with a burglar alarm and security lighting.

Rights Of Way - The property is being sold subject to all existing easements, wayleaves and rights of way whether or not specified within these sales particulars.
There is a right of way in favour of the neighbouring property, Buarth Bach, over the initial part of the driveway. In addition, there is a public footpath along the first part of the drive which also cuts the corner of the mange paddock to the north of the house.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the agents, Jones Peckover, Denbigh Office: Tel: (01745) 812127

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Tenure - We are advised by the Vendor that the property is Freehold and offered with vacant possession on completion.

Local Authority & Utilities - Planning: Denbighshire County Council, Trem Clwyd, Canol y Dre, Ruthin, Denbighshire (Tel: 01824-706000).
Highways: Denbighshire C.C., Caledfryn, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, Denbighshire (Tel: 01824-706800).
Electricity: Scottish Power/Manweb, Customer Services, PO Box 168, Prenton, CH26 9AY. (Tel: 0845 7292292.)
Water: Dwr Cymru, Customer Services, PO Box 690, Cardiff, CF3 5WL. (Tel: 0800 0520130)
Gas: BG Plc/Transco (Tel: 0800 111999)

Important Notice - None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability. Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the condition and adequacy of all such services and or installations prior to committing themselves to a purchase.

Misrepresentation Act - Messrs Jones Peckover for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that:- 1. The particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute, nor constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. 3. No person in the employment or Messrs Jones Peckover has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.


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