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Cavendish Residential, Ruthin

Key features

  • Handsome Period House
  • Mature Grounds - about 0.45 acres
  • Hall, Sitting Room, Day Room
  • Cloaks, Cellar, Breakfast Room
  • Conservatory, Kitchen
  • 4 Bedrooms (1 En Suite)
  • Gardens, Orchard, Patio, Stores
  • Greenhouse, Domestic Area
  • Fabulous Garden
  • Superb walking in the area

Property description

The Old Vicarage provides: entrance vestibule, splendid hall with original pitch pine staircase, sitting room, study, dining room some with original shutters, inner lobby with cloakroom and access to cellar, breakfast/living room with adjoining bespoke conservatory, kitchen with oil AGA, electric companion double oven. First floor large central landing, four double bedrooms all with high vaulted ceilings, en-suite and large family bathroom. Oil central heating. Gated entrance with private drive, informal gardens, secluded westerly facing patio with garden stores. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Location - Llannefydd is a popular rural village between Denbigh and Abergele. It has a Primary School, village Inn and Church, whilst there are many more amenities in the nearby towns.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Fine pitch pine entrance door with glazed panels to either side including original pull bell, leading to:

Enclosed Vestibule - With a further pitch pine glazed screen with decorative arched windows above, leading to:

Spacious Entrance Hall - 25'0" x 8'5" - An elegant hall with a fine pitch pine staircase with risers, newels and spindles. Door leading down to the cellar. Panelled radiator.

Sitting Room - 16'0" x 4'0" - A light and airy room with large shuttered windows to two elevations with pleasing aspect over the front garden. It has an original fine white marble fireplace with slate hearth and cast-iron fire grate. Original sash windows with double glazed inserts. High moulded coved ceiling, tv point and three panelled radiators.

Dining Room - 19'3" inc bay x 14'0" - Located to the front of the house with a deep splay bay shuttered window affording a high degree of natural light and a pleasing aspect across the gardens, the village and beyond the Clwydian Hills and Irish Sea. It has a pine panelled floor, high and original moulded coved ceiling, original mottled grey marble fireplace with wrought-iron insert and hearth. Three panelled radiators.

Study - 12'4" x 11'10" - Original sash windows with double glazed inserts, original lifting shutters, moulded coved ceiling, stone fireplace with wrought-iron insert and tiling, and traditional pipe radiator.

Cloakroom - 7'3" x 6'3" - With traditional Victorian wash stand with basin and tiled splash back and low level wc. Sash window and original red and black tiled floor.

Breakfast Room/Living Room - 14'0" x 12'4" - High ceiling, deep recessed fireplace with Fired Earth tiled insert, raised hearth an ornate cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate. Glazed doors with matching panels to either side leading through to the conservatory. Laminate flooring and panelled radiator.

Conservatory - 19'8" max x 14'5" max - Of aluminium powder coated construction with self cleaning glass roof. Wood grain effect ceramic tiled floor, double glazed doors leading out to the west facing patio.

Kitchen - 16'0" x 16'0" max - Oil two-oven AGA in Fired Earth tiled deep alcove with twin hotplates and matching electric oven to one side with four electric hobs, fan oven and conduction oven. White glazed Belfast sink, concealed cupboard for upright fridge freezer, breakfast dais, terracotta tiled floor by Fired Earth. Double glazed doors leading to garden and patio.

Rear Porch - Encaustic floor tiles by Fired Earth, leading to brick outbuilding.

Rear Lobby - Leading to:

Cellar - Steps lead down from the door to the underside of the staircase to a very useful cellar with two store rooms.

First Floor Landing - A very spacious and elegant landing with a fine pitch pine turned balustrade and newel to the staircase, and panelled radiator.

Bedroom One - 16'0" x 14'1" - High vaulted ceiling with moulded coving and fine two third head height window with far reaching views across the village towards the Clwydian Hills and beyond the Irish Sea. Fine slate fireplace with decorative brick insert (not in use) and contemporary pipe radiator. Original sash windows with double glazed inserts.

En Suite Bathroom - 8'4" x 6'0" - White suite comprising panelled bath with glazed screen and combination shower/tap unit and pedestal wash basin. Part tiled walls, wall light point and radiator.

Bedroom Two - 16'3" x 14'0" - High vaulted ceiling with coving, two-third height window to the front elevation with far reaching views across the village towards the Clwydian Hills and Irish Sea. Ornate slate fireplace with brick insert and wrought-iron fire grate (not in use) and traditional pipe radiator. Original sash windows with double glazed inserts.

Bedroom Three - 16'0 x 12'4 - High vaulted ceiling with two-third depth window to the western elevation with far reaching views over rolling countryside in the direction of Snowdonia. Slate fire surround with brick insert and fire grate (not in use), traditional Victorian wash stand with bowl, splashback and shelf. Traditional pipe radiator. Original sash windows with double glazed inserts.

Bedroom Four - 12'4" x 11'10" - High vaulted ceiling and fine slate fireplace with brick insert. Out-built three door wardrobe, two-third height windows, wall light points and radiator.

Rear Landing -

Bathroom - 16'7" x 11'10" - A spacious room with an elegant white suite comprising a contemporary roll topped slipper bath with chrome pillar tap and shower attachment, large separate walk-in shower cubicle with glazed screen and high output shower, Victorian style wash stand with integrated basin and high flush wc. Part tiled walls to a decorative dado, high vaulted ceiling with ceiling downlighters, black and white ceramic tiled floor, large louvred door airing cupboard, traditional pipe radiator and chrome towel radiator. Double aspect sash windows with double glazed inserts and far reaching views over countryside and beyond to the Irish Sea.

Separate Closet - With wash basin and low level wc.

Outside - The property is approached via a private drive with stone walls and decorative wrought-iron gates leading to the south side of the house and impressive pine entrance door with glazing in stone surround.

The Gardens & Grounds - The gardens include wide informal lawns with established shrubs and a number of mature trees (holm oak, southern beech and yew). The grounds extend down into the lower garden with a variety of fruit trees, wildlife pond, kitchen garden, raised beds, greenhouse and shed.

To the western side is an enclosed patio area which adjoins the conservatory and out-built porch. There is a brick outbuilding providing two garden stores and separate w.c.

Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council.

Directions - From the Agent's Denbigh Office, bear right over the High Street and on reaching the Lenten Pool roundabout take the second left turning signposted for Henllan. Follow the road out of the town and after approximately two miles on entering Henllan, proceed through the village centre. After passing the shop on the left hand side bear right and follow the road up the hill and then turn left immediately after the Church following the signs for Llannefydd. On entering the village turn left before the Hawk & Buckle Inn and proceed for some 75 yards and the drive is on the right.

Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation before we can confirm the sale in writing. We would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.

Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office .

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.




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Cavendish Residential, Ruthin

St Peters Square Well Street, Ruthin, LL15 1AE

Cavendish Residential, Ruthin
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