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Denbigh

£795,000
Added on 22/08/2020
Cavendish Residential, Ruthin
PROPERTY TYPE
Barn Conversion
BEDROOMS
x3
BATHROOMS
x3

Property description

***VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE***
Cynefin is a high performing and sustainable house providing a beautiful and unique home. This was designed and built to an efficiency standard seldom seen by precision-led Creu architecture and engineering with flair and imagination to provide a unique family home. Designed to have low impact on the environment, it commands uninterrupted and far reaching westerly views over rolling countryside in a secluded position, yet only a short drive to the historic town of Denbigh and has excellent road links towards the A55 Expressway and beyond.
Circa 4000Sq.ft in total
Stunning reception hall, Lounge and dining room, study, bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, principal bedroom & en-suite, 2 bedrooms and shower room, southern wing providing rear hall, cloaks and shower room, 1500sq.ft. studio with stores and study readily adapted to inter-connect with the main hall, large integral garages and plant room.
Bio-mass boiler with under-floor heating, high performance windows and insulation.
Extensive and private grounds.
AN EXCEPTIONAL HOME FOR THE 21st. CENTURY

Cynefin is a high performing and sustainable house providing a beautiful and unique home. This was designed and built to an efficiency standard seldom seen by precision-led Creu architecture and engineering with flair and imagination to provide a unique family home. Designed to have low impact on the environment, it commands uninterrupted and far reaching westerly views over rolling countryside in a secluded position, yet only a short drive to the historic town of Denbigh and has excellent road links towards the A55 Expressway and beyond. Circa 4000Sq.ft in total
Stunning reception hall, Lounge and dining room, study, bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, principal bedroom & en-suite, 2 bedrooms and shower room, southern wing providing rear hall, cloaks and shower room, 1500sq.ft. Studio with stores and study readily adapted to inter-connect with the main hall, large integral garages and plant room.
Bio-mass boiler with under-floor heating, high performance windows and insulation.
Extensive and private grounds.
AN EXCEPTIONAL HOME FOR THE 21st. CENTURY

Video Tour - A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST FROM OUR RUTHIN OFFICE PROVIDING YOU WITH A VIRTUAL VIEWING OF THE SETTING, ACCOMMODATION AND GROUNDS. WE HOPE YOU WILL FIND THE VIDEO HELPFUL.

Cynefin is a high performing and sustainable house providing a beautiful and unique home. This was designed and built to an efficiency standard seldom seen by precision-led Creu architecture and engineering with flair and imagination to provide a unique family home. Designed to have low impact on the environment, it commands uninterrupted and far reaching westerly views over rolling countryside in a secluded position, yet only a short drive to the historic town of Denbigh and has excellent road links towards the A55 Expressway and beyond.

. - An exceptional, high performing and sustainable home, originally a redundant farm building designed and rebuilt to provide a very large family home of about 350 sq m to include a large studio complex, which can be readily reconfigured to provide a larger home or annexe, all cleverly designed to maximise its splendid westward views across rolling countryside approximately one and a half miles west of Denbigh.

.. - Originally a single storey redundant farm building, the site has been rebuilt and greatly extended between 2012 and 2013. Designed by Creu Architecture to take full advantage of the open westerly aspect and draw in as much natural light to the principal rooms as possible; and engineered to an exacting standard. The windows, particularly the imposing picture windows, are by Apropos, one of the UK's leading manufacturers of bespoke high performance units, complemented to the lounge and kitchen by Grants French Pinoleum electrically driven blinds with remote control (individually ganged) and the Velux roof windows are mainly electrically operated with rain sensors.

... - The kitchen is one of the features by Andrew Lloyd incorporating doors and fascias supplied by Germany's Parapan, it cleverly curves around the wall to the central hall with a beautiful range of bespoke furniture to include appliances and a lovely teardrop shaped central dais and breakfast bar. The room was designed to take full advantage of the views with cantilevered roofing allowing glazed bi-fold doors to open directly onto the large raised patio and rill.

.... - The house has been designed to provide an exceptional family home, which meets the need of the current owners, with large yet compact three bedroom accommodation mainly to the left hand side of the entrance hall, but also includes a studio or work centre for home craft and design, which encompasses over one-third of the main floor area with its own kitchen and ancillary facilities, and can readily provide a self-contained annexe or incorporated within the main accommodation.

..... - It is approached from a sweeping driveway and parking area with wide low level steps, extending into a deep covered entrance and thereafter opens into an impressive central hall with high vaulted ceiling and a full height oak lined and curved wall, which directs you into its centre with bespoke stairs leading to both the upper and lower floors.

...... - Thereafter, a glazed screen takes you through to the main living area dominated by a beautiful 6m wide picture window encapsulating the westerly views across low rolling countryside and a full height 5m window dominates the left hand gable wall. It therefore enjoys a high degree of natural lighting, complemented by roof lights. There are many features of note, particularly the contemporary freestanding and rotating Danish Doran wood burning stove, the Pinoleum electrically controlled blinds and adjoining study.

....... - The kitchen and breakfast room is an award winning design by Andrew Lloyd incorporating doors and fascias supplied by Germany's Parapan. It is cleverly arranged to take advantage of the curved wall to hall with an extensive range of furnishings, built-in appliances and an interesting teardrop shaped dais and breakfast bar. Again, an important part of the design was to provide a high degree of natural light with a high vaulted ceiling and a cantilevered roof which extends outwards to allow bi-fold doors to open directly onto the westerly facing patio.

........ - The principal bedroom is to the upper floor approached by a short oak and glass staircase. The bedroom is well proportioned, again benefitting from good natural lighting with a Velux floor to ceiling six section window and an impressive en suite bathroom. Two further bedrooms and shower room are arranged to the lower floor beneath the principal suite.

......... - The studio and associated rooms extend off the main hall to provide a large rear hall with stores, luxury shower room, cloakroom and beyond it extends into a large second kitchen/workroom.

.......... - The studio provides a large open space designed to admit as much natural light as possible with a high vaulted ceiling and glazed doors opening to the front. It extends to over 143 sq m (1,550 sq ft) to include the adjoining study and two walk-in storerooms, and it can readily be approached from the central hall to provide additional reception rooms, bedrooms and also a self-contained annexe at minimal cost.

........... - To the right gable is a large integral 37' x 12' garage and a workshop, a vertical six tonne storage silo for the automatic feed to the biomass boiler, which is located to the further stores and workshop beyond.

............ - The grounds extend in total to about 0.5 acre. It stands at the head of a no-through lane, which beyond leads into a bridle path and rolling countryside. There is a wide slated driveway, which sweeps up through the lawns to a wide parking area, which also extends to the right hand gable.

............. - The lawns are informal and are mainly to the western side, which slope gently down to their lower part where there is an attractive water feature formed from a minor stream.

.............. - To the front is a wide raised flagged patio with central rill, which provides a seating area.

Technical Headlines - This impressive architect designed home benefits from:
High levels of insulation to both the walls and roof structure to reduce running costs to a minimum
Underfloor heating to the ground floor via a biomass renewable energy boiler (wood pellets)
Cat 5 E installed throughout with tv satellite points in several rooms
Aldous built-in sound system to four rooms
Mandarin Stone supplied the limestone and porcelain tiles which feature extensively throughout the ground floor
Velux electrically driven windows with automated rain sensors in the main
Full intruder alarm and CCTV security systems

Measurements - Central Hall 31'0" x 15'9" overall
Lounge 40'0" x 28'5" max
Study 12'0" x 9'0"
Kitchen 22'0" x 16'0"
First Floor
Principal Bedroom 19'1" max x 15'3"
En Suite 9'0" x 8'0"

............... - Lower Ground Floor
Bedroom Two 12'3" x 10'0"
Bedroom 15'0" x 7'9"
Shower Room 7'10" x 6'2" overall

................ - Rear Hall 16'5" x 15'0" + side lobby
Studio/Washdown room 14'8" x 14'6"
Studio 19'6" x 14'7" + 14'9" x 10'10"
Studio/Office 11'2" x 9'6"

................. - Garage 37'0" x 16'5"
Plant Room 16'3" x 12'6"

Directions - From the centre of Denbigh take the A543 Pentrefoelas road and on leaving the built up area in Denbigh follow the road for approx ½ mile and take the next right onto a minor lane where a road sign showing Cynefin can be seen in the hedge, Continue for about 100 yards, then turn left and follow the lane to its farthest point and the property is on the right.

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  • Rhyl Station9.7 miles
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Cavendish Residential, Ruthin

St Peters Square Well Street, Ruthin, LL15 1AE

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