4 bedroom detached house for saleBont Newydd, St Asaph
- IDYLLIC POSITION
- OVER LOOKING THE RIVER ELWY
- TIERED GARDENS WITH SUMMER HOUSE
- FANTASTIC GARAGE
- AMPLE PARKING
- WELL PROPORTIONED ACCOMMODATION
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This detached stone built cottage occupies an idyllic rural position and stands slightly elevated on the banks of the River Elwy enjoying far reaching views towards fields and woodland. Situated in a historic conservation area the property is not remote and stands within three miles of the City of St. Asaph which boasts senior and junior schooling and provides access to the A55 with Chester about 35 miles and easy access to all North Wales coastal towns. The neighbouring market town of Denbigh is within four miles. The property which was originally two cottages has been extensively redesigned, refurbished and appointed to a high exacting standard. No expense appears to have been spared in its refurbishment and it boasts every modern refinement yet retains many original features including inglenook fireplace and slate slab floors. With a sizeable garage and ample parking the property is 'ready to walk into' and is in 'showroom condition'. Boasting modern refinements to include double glazing, oil fired central heating including an Aga range to the kitchen. The property comprises:-
OPEN ENTRANCE PORCH: Having an oak stable door leading to:-
RECEPTION HALL: 13' 9" x 9' 3" (4.21m x 2.83m) With a slate slab floor, power points, understairs store and a double panel radiator.
LIVING ROOM: 14' 2" x 14' 0" (4.33m x 4.28m) Having a sizeable inglenook fireplace with a heavily beamed over mantle and a wood burning high capacity stove, slate slab floor, built in storage cupboard, double panel radiator, power points and an outlook over the front of the property with views towards the river, fields and woodland beyond.
STUDY/BEDROOM FOUR: 16' 7" x 7' 5" (5.06m x 2.27m) With a slate slab floor, power points, built in desk and a double panel radiator.
FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 16' 5" x 14' 5" (5.02m x 4.41m) Having a large Belfast sink, custom made working units, slate floor, double panel radiator and a four-oven oil fired Aga.
SIDE VESTIBULE: 6' 5" x 2' 11" (1.97m x 0.89m) With a double panel radiator and stable door leading to the enclosed patio garden.
CLOAKS: 5' 10" x 3' 11" (1.80m x 1.21m) Having a low flush w.c., wash hand basin, slate slab floor and contrasting half tiled walls.
UTILITY ROOM: 10' 0" x 7' 4" (3.06m x 2.24m) Having a full range of base and fitted wall cupboards, one and a quarter bowl sink, two integrated fridges, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher with matching front decor panels, power points, timber worktop surface, tiled splash backs and views over the front of the property towards the river.
STAIRS FROM RECEPTION HALL LEAD TO:-
SPACIOUS GALLERIED LANDING: 14' 1" x 12' 4" (4.31m x 3.78m) With a aspect looking towards the river and woodland beyond, power points.
INNER LANDING: 7' 11" x 6' 8" (2.42m x 2.05m)
BEDROOM TWO: 16' 6" x 14' 0" (5.05m x 4.27m) Having views to the front and rear, double panel radiators and power points throughout.
BATHROOM: 9' 4" x 8' 2" (2.85m x 2.49m) Having a three piece suite in white with a slipper bath and attached shower, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin with mirror and medicine shelf. A radiator, heated towel rail and part tiled walls.
BEDROOM ONE: 18' 3" x 15' 11" (5.58m x 4.86m) With a double panel radiator, power points and views to the front and rear.
BEDROOM THREE: 16' 7" x 7' 3" (5.07m x 2.22m) Overlooking the rear. With power points and a double panel radiator.
GARAGE: 16' 10" x 15' 1" (5.14m x 4.61m) Having solid oak wood doors. Fitted with aluminium checker plate flooring, built in shelving and storage cupboards, vice and wood work area, double panel radiators, fluorescent lighting and power points. A true 'man cave' in every respect.
OUTSIDE: The property is approached from the river bridge via a shared lane leading to a brick paved parking area and the garage. There is a vehicular turn around with steps leading to a brick paved veranda with a raised border providing a splendid view over the front looking towards the river. The gardens to the rear are terraced with ornamental evergreen box hedging with a summer house to the lower level and a further summer house to the upper level with power, light and log burning stove, ideal for alfresco dining. Second driveway from the rear road providing ample off road parking and steps lead to the rear of the property. Immediately to the rear of the kitchen is a small patio area ideal for alfresco dining with outside lighting.
SERVICES: Mains electric and water are believed available or connected to the property. Drainage is via a septic tank and central heating is by way of oil. All appliances and services are not tested by the selling agent.
DIRECTIONS: Proceed from the A55 at St. Asaph along The Roe passing The Plough Hotel bearing right at the roundabout towards St. Asaph business park. At the second mini roundabout proceed across towards Rosehill taking the first left to Bont Newydd and proceed along the lane for about three miles and as one enters the Hamlet of Bont Newydd and crosses the River Elwy bear first left along the lane and the property can be seen at the end of the lane on the right hand side.
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