4 bedroom detached house for salePentre Celyn, Ruthin
- 4/5 Bedroom
- Landscaped Grounds
- 1.68 Acres
- Oil Central Heating
- Double Garage
An exceptional and highly appointed 4/5 bedroom detached house of individual design standing in a slightly elevated position amidst beautifully landscaped grounds and natural open woodland extending to about 1.68 acres in total, commanding breathtaking south and westerly views across The Vale of Clwyd some 4 miles from Ruthin and 0.25 from the centre of Graigfechan. This large and adaptable house affords: entrance porch with cloaks & w.c; L shaped reception hall, large lounge, day lounge, dining room, study/bed 5. with adj. shower room kitchen/breakfast room, large conservatory, utility room and stores. First floor landing, bedroom 1 with en-suite, 3 bedrooms and bathroom, DG and oil ch, cellar, long sweeping private drive with double garage, very extensive and beautifully landscaped grounds with large raised patios, summer house, kitchen garden and many mature trees.
Location - Pentre Celyn is a small rural hamlet standing on the western slopes of the Clwydian Hills some 4 miles from the market town of Ruthin. There is a local primary school whilst Ruthin town centre provides a range of shopping facilities catering for most daily needs, secondary school and leisure facilities.
The Accommodation Comprises: - Panelled door leading to entrance porch with coved ceiling, meter cupboard, double glazed window and panelled radiator.
Cloakroom - Modern white suite comprising wash basin and low level wc, fully tiled walls with decorative dado, double glazed window, stone effect floor tiling and a chromed towel radiator.
Spacious 'L' Shaped Reception Hall - 9'4 x 16'7 (2.84m x 5.05m) - With a fine mahogany staircase rising off, coved ceiling, double glazed window with a pleasing aspect over the landscaped rear gardens, enclosed cloaks cupboard with hooks and alarm system and panelled radiator.
Lounge - 15'1 plus Bay x 13'5 (4.60m plus Bay x 4.09m) - A spacious well lit room with a wide square bay window affording a delightful view in a southerly direction across adjoining farmland and beyond across the Vale of Clwyd. Feature brick lined recessed fireplace with mahogany surround, raised hearth and multi fuel fire basket, tv point, moulded coved ceiling, picture rail, wall light points and panelled radiator.
Dining Room - 13'5 x 12'6 (4.09m x 3.81m) - Double glazed window, moulded coved ceiling, picture rail, attractive Victorian style fireplace with decorative tiling, canopy and open fire grate together with a painted fire surround and mantel and tiled hearth. Panelled radiator.
Inner Hall -
Day Lounge - 12'8 x 13'5 (3.86m x 4.09m) - Double glazed french door with matching panels to either side opening to a wide verandah which extends across the full width of the south westerly elevation of the house from which there are truly outstanding views across the Vale of Clwyd. Moulded coved ceiling, picture rail, brick lined fireplace with a multi fuel (log burner) cast-iron stove with back boiler, wall light points, tv point and panelled radiator.
Study - 13'6 x 12'6 (4.11m x 3.81m) - Double glazed window with westerly aspect, moulded coved ceiling, picture rail and panelled radiator.
Shower Room - 7'9 x 5'10 (2.36m x 1.78m) - Modern luxury white suite comprising large corner cubicle with glazed screen and high output shower with monsoon style head and glass shelving, pedestal wash basin and low level wc. Fully tiled walls and floor, double glazed window and a chromed towel radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 15'1 plus Bay x 9'3 (4.60m plus Bay x 2.82m) - A spacious and well lit room with a square bay window affording a southerly aspect across the Vale. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with oak panelled door and drawer fronts and contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include space for slot-in cooker, inset 11/2 bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, void and plumbing for dishwasher, glazed display cabinet, concealed extractor hood and light, mock ceiling beams with downlighters, tiled splash backs, ceramic tiled flooring and radiator. Part glazed door leading to:
Conservatory - 22'2 max 12'4 max (6.76m max 3.76m max) - A large and adaptable room which has been designed to take full advantage of the delightful aspect over the landscaped rear gardens; it has twin doors opening to a wide patio, double glazed windows, pitched polycarbonate roof, terracotta ceramic tiled flooring and panelled radiator. Further twin glazed doors leading to the southern elevation of the house and glazed door leading to:
Utility Room - 10'2 x 12'1 (3.10m x 3.68m) - A large room fitted with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a light wood grain effect finish to the door and drawer fronts, contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include an inset 11/2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, void and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer and space for American style fridge freezer. Matching floor to conservatory.
General Store/Boiler Room - 4'7 x 12'1 (1.40m x 3.68m) - Matching flooring and a pantry cupboard, a Grant oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating and double glazed window.
First Floor Split Level Landing - Large walk-in airing cupboard with pre-lagged cylinder with immersion heater and ample slatted shelving.
Bedroom One - 13'5 x 15' (4.09m x 4.57m) - A large room with two double glazed window affording south and south westerly views across the Vale of Clwyd and wooded countryside and two panelled radiators.
Walk-In Wardrobe - Double glazed window and open fronted cupboards providing a combination of hanging rails and shelving. Panelled radiator.
Shower Room - 6'10 x 6'8 (2.08m x 2.03m) - Modern white suite comprising corner cubicle with Mira shower, pedestal wash basin and wc, fully tiled walls and floor to a stone effect finish, fitted cupboard, extractor fan, double glazed window and a white finished towel radiator.
Bedroom Two - 9'2 x 10'2 (2.79m x 3.10m) - Double glazed window with southerly aspect, partially boarded ceiling and panelled radiator.
Bedroom Three - 13'3 x 8'3 (4.04m x 2.51m) - Double glazed window, partially boarded ceiling and radiator.
Bedroom Four - 9'4 x 10'2 (2.84m x 3.10m) - Two double glazed windows, partially vaulted ceiling and radiator.
Bathroom - 5'9 x 10'10 (1.75m x 3.30m) - Modern luxury suite comprising a spa style bath, large corner cubicle with Mira shower, wash basin and wc. Fully tiled walls with decorative dado and stone effect tiled floor, double glazed window and a chromed towel radiator.
Outside - The property stands within extensive grounds of about 1.68 Acres. It is approached from the minor village road by a wide splayed entrance with picket fencing and twin wrought-iron gates leading to a long tarmacadam driveway which extends up to the left hand elevation of the house where there is extensive parking for several vehicles and access to detached double garage.
Detached Double Garage - With two up and over doors to front and electric light and power installed.
Gardens - To the front elevation of the house is a very substantial and raised stone faced patio with decorative wrought-iron railings and golden gravel to provide a truly delightful area which adjoins the verandah providing low maintenance and a delightful setting to truly appreciate the far reaching views of The Vale has to offer. The gravelled area extends round to the southern elevation where there are steps leading down to a cellar which extends under the majority of the front rooms providing very useful storage.
Beyond there are further stone steps leading down to extensive and sweeping lawns to the front elevation which extend to the village road and bounded by mature hedging. There are a number of specimen shrubs and maturing trees.
Rear Garden - The rear elevation is divided by a picket fence with a wide stone effect patio adjoining the Conservatory with raised rockery and steps leading up to further and very extensive lawns, which extend for some distance up into a naturally wooded glade within which there are many mature and specimen and deciduous trees and a small former quarry with exposed limestone bedrock. In addition there is a kitchen garden with raised beds and greenhouse, a timber framed summerhouse and two further store sheds with electric light and power.
Agent's Note - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.
Directions - From Ruthin office proceed down Well Street and bear right at the junction with Station Road and continue out of town for some 2 miles. Proceed through Llanfair D.C. And after about 1 mile turn left immediately before Llysfasi Agricultural college signposted Pentrecelyn. Follow the road through the hamlet and proceed towards Graigfechan and the property will be found on the right.
Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.
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