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Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd

£360,000
Added on 11/08/2020
Cavendish Residential, Ruthin
PROPERTY TYPE
Semi-Detached
BEDROOMS
x3
BATHROOMS
x1

Key features

  • Large Semi-Det Period House
  • Impressive Views
  • Porch, Dining Hall, Lounge
  • Day Lounge/Bed 4, Kitchen
  • Breakfast Room, Cloakroom
  • 3 Double Bedrooms, Bathroom
  • Large Lawned Garden, Garage
  • Loggia and Party Room

Property description

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A LARGE 3/4 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED PERIOD HOUSE OFFERING WELL PROPORTIONED AND ADAPTABLE ROOMS OF CHARACTER AND APPEAL, TOGETHER WITH PARKING FOR THREE CARS, LARGE GARAGE/STORES AND EXTENSIVE GARDENS WITH LARGE LOGGIA AND LAWNS.
Standing in a predominantly rural setting about 0.25 mile from the village centre with views across The Vale towards The Clwydian Hills it affords enclosed porch, dining hall, large lounge with day lounge/occasional bedroom 4, kitchen with oil fired Nobel range cooker, breakfast room, lobby & cloaks. First floor long landing with 3 double bedrooms and large bathroom. Wide gravelled forecourt with oversize single garage.
Large lawned gardens to rear with impressive loggia and party room with covered decked area, patios and great views. INSPECTION RECOMMENDED

A LARGE 3/4 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED PERIOD HOUSE OFFERING WELL PROPORTIONED AND ADAPTABLE ROOMS OF CHARACTER AND APPEAL, TOGETHER WITH PARKING FOR THREE CARS, LARGE GARAGE/STORES AND EXTENSIVE GARDENS WITH LARGE LOGGIA AND LAWNS.
Standing in a predominantly rural setting about 0.25 mile from the village centre with views across The Vale towards The Clwydian Hills it affords enclosed porch, dining hall, large lounge with day lounge/occasional bedroom 4, kitchen with oil fired Nobel range cooker, breakfast room, lobby & cloaks. First floor long landing with 3 double bedrooms and large bathroom. Wide gravelled forecourt with oversize single garage.
Large lawned gardens to rear with impressive loggia and party room with covered decked area, patios and great views.

Location - Llanbedr DC village stands on the western slopes of the Clwydian Hills. The area is conveniently placed for access to the nearby market town of Ruthin which provides a wide range of facilities catering for most daily requirements and good road links towards Mold approximately 9 miles.

The Accommodation Comprises: -

Porch - 5'0" x 5'0" - Out-built and enclosed porch with mahogany wood grain effect double glazed door with decorative panes leading in. Built-in double door cloaks cupboard, double glazed window, heather brown tiled floor which extends into the adjoining dining room and panelled radiator. Glazed door to the dining room.

Dining Hall - 14'9" x 12'5" - Heavy beamed ceiling and turned staircase rising off with enclosed cupboard beneath. Wall light points, double glazed door leading to the rear patio and gardens and panelled radiator. Glazed door to the kitchen.

Kitchen - 14'8" x 13'4" - A spacious room with a range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a light turquoise painted finish to door and drawer fronts to a Shaker style with contrasting working surfaces. Deep inglenook style fireplace with supporting beam and a Nobel oil fired range with twin hotplate and ovens with tiled splashback and concealed lighting. Dresser style unit with open shelving, glazed cabinet and wine rack. Ceiling downlighters, heather brown tiled floor and radiator. A peninsula divide, which incorporates a sink with drainer and mixer tap and plumbing for washing machine, extends through into a large breakfast room.



Breakfast Room - 16'8" x 7'8" - Which has a high vaulted ceiling with two exposed timbers, matching flooring, fitted cabinet incorporating plumbing for washing machine and a Worcester oil fired boiler providing heating and hot water, matching flooring and double panelled radiator. Panelled door to a lobby.

Lobby - With extractor fan.

Cloakroom - With wash basin and low level wc.

Lounge - 15'2" x 14'8" - Located off the kitchen, it is large room with a brick faced and lined fireplace with raised hearth and an ornate cast-iron fire. Two double glazed windows to the front, both with blinds, central supporting beam, wall light points, tv point and panelled radiator. Glazed door to the day lounge.



Day Lounge - 13'7" x 13'3" - A versatile room which could be used as a fourth bedroom, it also benefits from twin glazed doors leading through to the breakfast room. Two double glazed windows, fitted cupboard with shelving and panelled radiator.

First Floor Landing - 39'0" overall x 4'0" reducing to 3'3" - Long landing with two Velux roof lights and low level opening overlooking the breakfast room. Built-in double door cupboard and panelled radiator.

Bedroom One - 15'3" x 11'7" - A spacious room with high vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin and two cottage style double glazed windows, both with blinds and one affording far reaching north-easterly views towards the Clwydian Hills. Out-built fitted wardrobes comprising one double and one single door robe together with matching dressing table and chest of drawers and display niche. Panelled radiator.



Bedroom Two - 13'3" x 12'9" - Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, double glazed window with aspect over the gardens and along The Vale. Velux roof light with views towards Moel Famau, pine boarded floor and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Three - 11'7" x 11'6" - High vaulted ceiling with Velux roof light, cottage style double glazed window to the front, pine floor boarding, double door linen cupboard with shelving, wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving and panelled radiator.

Bathroom - 11'2" x 10'4" - Large roof with quality white suite comprising panelled bath with combination shower/tap unit, separate shower cubicle with glazed screen and high output shower with monsoon style head, pedestal wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls, feature brick lined fireplace (not in use), airing cupboard, Velux roof light, double glazed window, pine flooring and panelled radiator.



Outside - The property is approached via a five-bar gate to a private gravelled driveway, which extends across the majority of the front elevation of the house providing ample parking for two or three cars, and access to a detached garage.

Detached Garage - 16'0" x 14'7" overall - With standard up and over door, fitted worktop and cupboard to one side. Electric light and power.

Rear Garden - The rear benefits from a predominantly westerly aspect, there is a gravelled area which extends around to a large covered decked area providing an ideal all year round outside entertaining area measuring 19' x 12' with pitched roof, space and electric installed for a large hot tub and access through to a further covered patio used as a party room and bar, and thereafter steps lead up to an extensive lawned garden, which has far reaching views over adjoining gardens and countryside.







Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.

Directions - From the Agent's Ruthin Office proceed down Market Street and on reaching the roundabout take the third exit onto the A494 Mold road and continue out of town for some two miles until reaching the village of Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd. Turn left opposite the Griffin Inn onto the B5429 Llandyrnog road and continue for approximately half a mile whereupon the property will be found on the left hand side directly opposite the white railings and the turning for Llangynhafal.

Aml - ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
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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  • Penyffordd Station9.8 miles
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St Peters Square Well Street, Ruthin, LL15 1AE

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