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3 bedroom property for sale

Nantglyn, Denbigh


Property Description

Key features

  • Rural Location
  • Outstanding Views
  • Smallholding
  • 3.75 Acres
  • Substantial Dwelling
  • Extensive Outbuildings

Full description

A delightful smallholding extending in all to approximately 3.75 acres occupying a particularly convenient and private position in this picturesque hamlet.
A substantial dwelling house with attached traditional buildings including a modern stable block with ancillary barn commanding an elevated position with views over totally unspoilt countryside.
A particularly sunny position offering excellent family accommodation, particularly suited for those with smallholding or indeed equestrian interests.

Agents Remarks - Bron y Waen comprises of a substantial residence of considerable character set within approximately
3.75 acres of pasture ground. The dwelling offers excellent family accommodation and benefits from a range of adjoining traditional buildings, modern stabling and ancillary agricultural buildings perfect for the storage of fodder, workshops etc. The property has been modernised and improved by its current owners and provides accommodation ready for immediate occupation.

The property provides all necessary facilities for those with smallholding interests or particularly equestrian enthusiasts.

A thoroughly recommeded property which should be viewed and given careful consideration.

Situation - A property which occupies a slightly elevated position in the favoured hamlet of The Waen. From the property there are panoramic views over totally unspoilt countryside and indeed the property enjoys a good deal of privacy and seclusion. It does indeed stand in a particularly sunny position.

From Denbigh the property is approached via the village of Nantglyn, proceed via the B5435 into the hamlet of the Waen and this road will continue up to the A543 road just prior to Bylchau. Nantglyn and The Waen are approximately 5-6 miles from the historic town of Denbigh and probably between 10-11 miles from the A55 Expressway at St. Asaph. The property is certainly within an area from where an ever growing number of inhabitants do commute daily to Chester, the Wirral, Merseyside and Manchester.

Denbigh offers good shopping facilities and within the Vale of Clwyd there is the choice of both state and private education systems. Denbigh and St. Asaph offer a good choice of sporting and recreational pursuits, there are also a choice of golf courses within the area and of course there is the usual choice of rural pursuits. Nantglyn itself is also within easy reach of the A55 Expressway which serves many of the new business and commercial parks being developed on the North Wales Coast and the expressway corridor.

Construction - A dwelling house which is a property of architectural merit, it is in the main constructed of red brick under a slated roof with an extension to the rear under a flat roof. The traditional buildings which adjoin the property are again built in a mix of brick and stone under sheeted roofs. Recent additions include a substantial stable block comprising of three loose boxes measuring approximately 10' x 12'. To the side lies a modern pole barn being sheet clad with concrete roof which incorporates a substantial and useful workshop.

Accommodation - A hardwood front door with access to the:-

Sitting Room - 4.15 x 4.431 (13'7" x 14'6") - This is including the bay. In this room is a original slate hearth with red brick surround and lime mortar containing a multi fuel burner with back boiler providing supplementary central heating and domestic hot water. An easy tread stairway provides access to the first floor. Large UPVC double glazed bay window to front elevation, radiator.

Dining Room / Lounge - 7.6 x 3.002 (24'11" x 9'10") - Divided by an attractive archway. The room benefits from a feature exposed wall, original fireplace with slate hearth containing a multi fuel burner. Double glazed bay window to front, double glazed window to side providing delightful views over unspoilt countryside. Two radiators.

Kitchen - 3.91 x 2.74 (12'9" x 8'11") - An extensive range of base and eye level units together with an upright larder unit ample working surfaces in part fitted with a stainless steel sink unit. Wall mounted Potterton Profile LPG fire central heating boiler. A velux style roof light.

Rear Hall -

Landing - UPVC Double glazed window.

Bedroom One - 4.11 x 3.28 (13'5" x 10'9") - With a spacious fitted cupboard housing the hot water cylinder fitted with an immersion heater and the water tank together with a shelved area. Radiator. Large UPVC double glazed window to front elevation with stunning views.

Bedroom Two - 4.11 x 3.07 (13'5" x 10'0") - Spacious room with stunning views. Radiator and UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, radiator.

Bedroom Three - 2.77 x 2.36 (9'1" x 7'8") - UPVC window to side elevation, radiator.

Bathroom - Recently modernised and providing white three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc and roll-top bath with mains shower over. Heated towel rail, UPVC window to rear.

Outbuildings - Attached to the property and of early extraction are former farm buildings, in the main constructed out of stone and brick under a sheeted roof. Benefiting from an attractive slate slabbed floor, the buildings provide several access doors with internal doors leading to a shippon for 4 measuring approx. 15' 1" x 12' 2" with feeding passage and slatted partition. The buildings also contain a mezzanine floor providing extra storage. Currently used as a tack and feed room, these buildings offer a fantastic opportunity for further extension to the main residence subject to the necessary planning permissions being obtained.

Fronting these buildings and leading to a separate gated access lies a substantial cobbled yard providing access to the stable block, pole barn and workshop. The yard and buildings are arranged to provide exceptional ease of use for those with equestrian interests and provide direct access to the useful grass enclosures. The yard area provides excellent parking for a number of vehicles/trailers.

Gardens And Grounds - To the front of the property lies a substantial lawned area bounded by mature hedging, trees and shrubbery.

In all the property extends to approximately 3.75 acres and is contained in three convenient paddocks. The paddocks are all laid to pasture and are in good heart and condition. In part the land is steep, however, the majority has been used over the years for cropping and indeed provides excellent land for grazing or amenity use.

Services - Mains water, electricity and private sewerage.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 October 2016

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