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3 bedroom property for sale


Sold STC £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Smallholding
  • 12.215 Acres
  • Tranquil Setting
  • 2 Bedrooms

Full description

Nestled within rolling countryside, Bryn Sguboriau, which is a registered smallholding, occupies a tranquil rural setting situated within the parish of Llanelidan. The property lies within a ring fence offering great privacy, accessed down a private drive off the council maintained highway. Dating back to the 1860's. the property has been tastefully updated and extended to offer spacious characterful accommodation arranged over two floors. The accommodation in brief comprises entrance porch/conservatory, kitchen, living room, with timber framed conservatory off, lobby, utility, downstairs WC, bathroom and dining room and to the first floor two generous bedrooms.
Outside the driveway leads into the yard providing access to a number of traditional outbuildings comprising a stone shippon, lean to's and a traditional pole barn. The property offers the most delightful gardens including an orchard, vegetable plot and fruit gardens and sits within a ring fence which extends to approximately 12.215 acres.
A charming country property, the viewing of which is highly recommended.

Agents Remarks - Bryn Sguboriau, Llanelidan comprises a charming period farmhouse nestled within rolling countryside extending to some 12.215 acres. The property, built in the 1860's, retains much of its original character and charm having been sympathetically updated by the current owners to provide very comfortable period living. Adjoining the property lies a significant shippon, again retaining a wealth of character and which is believed to have been the original farmstead. The shippon creates part of an L shaped building which, subject to the necessary planning permissions being obtained, would be perfect for conversion to extend the main residence.
The farmhouse itself offers spacious accommodation which is fitted in keeping with the property's era. Additions such as a beautiful timber framed conservatory offer an excellent sitting area making the most of the tranquil rural views. Many of the internal features have been added by the current owners and are particularly unique, such as the elm sills to name a few. The property is arranged over two floors and benefits from two large bedrooms to the first floor.

Fronting the cottage is a tarmacadam yard, adjacent to which there are a number of extremely useful buildings including a substantial pole barn, lean to's, traditional outbuildings and garage/workshop, all of which have endless potential for stabling or indeed the housing of livestock.
The holding in total extends to some 12.215 acres which is all laid to grass and arranged in seven convenient enclosures, being well fenced and the majority of which benefit from a water supply. The property offers the perfect environment for those with interests in smallholding / agriculture or indeed those with equestrian interests.
It must be noted that the current owners have developed the most tranquil and beautiful cottage garden which offers such a variety of fruit trees as well as greenhouse and polytunnel. A further benefit is the private well water which is supplemented by large underground rainwater storage tanks. These supply not only the house but can be used to irrigate the garden and supply water to stock. The property houses a treatment unit for domestic water.
In all an exceptionally private and versatile property situated within a highly regarded area. The viewing of which is essential.

Situation - The property is located some 3 miles from the picturesque village of Llanelidan. The village itself has a church, village hall and country pub all of which lie within 200 yards of each other overlooking the cricket ground and pavilion. The market town of Ruthin is some 9 miles distant, providing access to all recreational and retail facilities including both primary and secondary education systems. The town of Corwen is 4 miles distant.
The area is exceptionally popular for riding and walking providing a number of footpaths and bridleways and particularly convenient for those with rural pursuits in mind. The A55 provides excellent access to the North Wales coast via the Snowdonia National Park whilst to the East excellent access is provided to the larger motorway networks.

Directions - From the agents office proceed to Ruthin passing through the town heading towards Corwen on the A494. Passing through the villages of Bryn Saith Marchog and Gwyddelwern and upon reaching the junction merging with the A5104 turn left towards Chester. Continue on this road for approximately 2.5 miles. At the staggered crossroads, turn left for Llanelidan and the property can be found on the left hand side exactly 1 mile from the A5104.

Accommodation - Timber door leading into entrance conservatory/porch

Entrance Conservatory/Porch - 4.22m x 1.20m - Single glazed, timber construction on solid wall benefitting from a slate floor. Double glazed timber framed door leading through into kitchen and second partially glazed timber door into dining room.

Kitchen - 3.93m x 3.34m - An exceptionally charming room benefitting from a significantly beamed ceiling, cork floor, double glazed timber framed windows to both front and rear elevations. Handmade timber base units with integrated stainless steel sink drainer, tiled splashbacks, cooker point, original fireplace with timber mantle containing a multi-fuel double oven Rayburn with tiled splashbacks. Beautiful timber plank door through to lobby/utility.

Lobby/Utility - 3.69m x 2.39m - Herringbone clay tile floor, exposed stone walls, heavily beamed ceiling. Base unit and worktop with integrated stainless steel sink and mixer tap over. Plumbing for washing machine, Velux window, timber / glazed door out to rear pathway and single panelled radiator. Providing access to down stairs WC, bathroom and dining room.

Down Stairs Wc - 1.97m x 1.09m - Carpeted, white lowflush WC and white wash hand basin, tiled splash back, double glazed timber framed window to rear elevation plus secondary glazing.

Bathroom - 2.18m x 2.36m - Carpeted, with white suite comprising large corner shower cubicle with electric Triton shower over, white traditional bath and wash hand basin over vanity cupboard. Half tiled and single panelled radiator. Stunning views.

Dining Room - 3.78m x 3.54m - Timber flooring, stone wall, double glazed timber framed window to side elevation, elm sill, single panelled radiator and exposed timber.

Living Room - 4.24m x 4.32m - Carpeted, beautiful original inglenook fire place with attractive timber mantle over containing wood burner. Exposed stone, beautiful heavily beamed ceiling, timber framed double glazed window to front and rear elevation including an attractive window seat with elms sills. Two double panelled radiators. Open balustrade staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, single glazed timber double doors leading through to rear conservatory.

Rear Conservatory - 2.56m x 1.78m - Slate floor, exposed stone walls, timber framed single glazed to all elevations with glazed roof, single door leading out to rear patio area.

First Floor - Open balustrade staircase leading to small landing giving access to both bedrooms.

Bedroom One - 4.39m x 3.88m - Carpeted, Timber framed double glazed windows to front and side elevations, significant cupboard containing water tank and hot water cylinder and single panelled radiator. Shelf and wardrobe/hanging space. Stunning views.

Bedroom Two - 3.46m x 4.37m - Carpeted, exposed timbers to wall, single panelled radiator, timber framed double glazedwindow to front elevation. Beautiful views.

Outbuilings -

Shippon - 8.34m x 4.78m - Block / stone built with original cubicles and cow ties, concrete floor, slate roof and mains electricity.

Lean To - 4.80m x 2.26m - Mains electricity, concrete floor and stable door.

Additional Lean To - 4.80m x 2.22m - Mains electricity, concrete floor and stable door.

Trad. Pole Barn & Lean To - 12.43m x 4.20m -

Block Built Potting Shed - 2.36m x 2.37m - sheeted roof, concrete floor.

Garage / Workshop - 9.21m x 4.79m - double doors into timber sheeted building

Shepherd's Hut - Corrugated iron, sheeted and timber doors.

Log Store - timber framed and sheeted roof.

Gardens -

The Land - The property benefits in total from 12.215 acres all of which is laid to grass and has been separated into 7 enclosures all of which are well fenced and the majority benefit from a water supply. Much of the land is level and in good heart.

Services - The property benefits from mains electricity, septic tank, well water.

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

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

Floorplan -

Local Authority & Utilities - Planning: Denbighshire County Council, Caledfryn, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, Clwyd LL16 3RJ (Tel: 01824-706727).
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)

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Important - (i) These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property; please ask for further information/verification.
(ii) Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise, nor that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase.
(iii) Any area, measurements, aspects or distances referred to are given as a GUIDE ONLY. If such details are fundamental to a purchaser such purchaser(s) must rely on their own enquiries.
(iv) Where any reference is made to planning permission or potential uses such information is given by Jones Peckover in good faith. Purchasers should however make their own enquiries into such matters prior to purchase.
(v) Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquiries to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property.

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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