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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Holyhead Road, Llangollen

£490,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Mediaeval Hall House
  • Grade II* Listed
  • Sympathetically Restored
  • Lounge, Study, Dining Rm
  • Family Room, Boot Room
  • Kitchen, Utility, Cellar
  • 5 Beds, En Suite & Bathrm
  • 7.5a Paddock & Gardens

Full description

An impressive Grade II* Listed late mediaeval hall house reputed to date from the mid-15th century, which has been sympathetically restored and refurbished to provide a large five bedroom family house combining a wealth of original features with modern amenity. Standing in an elevated rural position amidst grounds and paddock of about 7.5 acres commanding far reaching easterly and southerly views across the Dee Valley towards wooded countryside, the accommodation affords: oak framed entrance, hall, lounge, study, dining room, family room, kitchen, boot room, utility room and cellar; first floor split-level landing, five bedrooms (one with en suite) and luxury family bathroom. Oil heating, extensive informal gardens with wide patios, long private drive and adjoining paddock.

Llangollen 1.3 miles. Wrexham 11 miles. A4983 Chester to Shrewsbury road 4 miles.

Bryn Dethol is a unique and interesting former farmhouse which appears to have originated as a three-unit hall house of circa 1450. The original house was mainly timber framed and comprised a two bay open central hall with an inner room beyond a dais partition to the 'up hill' end. The house has subsequently been altered in the16th century and more recently in the18th century and it includes a wealth of original oak framed partitioned walls, 'A' frame roof trusses and splendid and large stone faced chimney breasts and fireplaces.

A more detailed history of the house can be found on the British Listed Buildings website, Source ID 1313.

Location - Whilst enjoying an enviable rural position, Bryn Dethol is within an only short distance of the A5, some one and a half miles to the east of the internationally renowned market town of Llangollen, which provides a wide range of shopping facilities catering for most daily requirements and is the home of the International Eisteddfod and the historic steam railway. The area is within easy reach of Chester and Wrexham with the A483 trunk road providing access throughout the region, being some four miles distant at Chirk.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Fine oak framed entrance porch with stone step and a fine solid oak panelled door leading to:

Central Reception Hall - With an original slate slab floor, wood panelling to dado, feature exposed oak timbers and traditional pipe radiator. Oak staircase rising to first floor and access to cellar.

Boot Room - Located directly off the hall, it is a wide cloakroom with painted wall panelling to the majority together with leaded detailed window to rear, matching slate slab floor and fitted storage cupboard.

Lounge - 16'1" x 14'2" (4.90m x 4.32m) - A light and airy room with a wide window to the southern elevation with far reaching views along the valley in the direction of Cheshire. An impressive stone out-built chimney breast with raised stone hearth, a substantial beam over and freestanding cast-iron multi-fuel fire gate. Two ceiling beams, oak panelled floor, exposed timbers to walls in part and two traditional pipe radiators. Panelled door to adjoining study

Study - 14'0" x 8'8" (4.27m x 2.64m) - A further and fine exposed stone lined chimney breast with stone hearth and an period cast-iron range with oak lintel over and a recessed display niche to one side. Oak flooring and oak panelled door leading to a large under stairs storage area.

Dining Room - 16'3" x 13'1" (4.95m x 3.99m) - A splendid central room located off the hall with windows to both front and rear elevations, it has a heavy beamed ceiling, a large stone lined inglenook style fireplace with substantial beam over and cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, oak flooring and traditional pipe radiator. The right hand wall is a fine oak panelled wall with original timbers, which are also exposed to the adjoining family room.

Family Room - 16'3" x 11'0" (4.95m x 3.35m) - Windows to front and rear elevations, tv point and traditional pipe radiator.

Kitchen - 14'9" x 11'5" (4.50m x 3.48m) - Fitted with an extensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers to a Shaker style with an off-white finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting black granite working surfaces to include a white glazed Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splash backs, a deep recess to former fireplace with Rangemaster cooker set with tiled splash back and timber surround. The kitchen includes an integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Solid slate slab floor, beamed ceiling and windows to two elevations.

Utility Room - 11'5" x 5'3" (3.48m x 1.60m) - Original slate slab floor, fitted base unit with void and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Fitted wash basin with tiled splash back, further space for fridge freezer, oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating, traditional high level wc and panelled door to side.

Cellar - 13'4" x 13'4" +stairwell (4.06m x 4.06m +stairwell) - Located off the main reception hall with a wide door and stone steps leading down to a very useful lower ground floor room, which has been refurbished and used as a games room with a high gloss ceramic tiled floor, window to the front elevation and access door to the side, it has a heavy beamed ceiling with good head room and electric light and power installed.

First Floor Landing - The landing is divided into two areas, both approach via oak staircases. To the main landing there is a wide study area with a fine oak floor and high vaulted ceiling with roof lights. The staircase which bears to the right hand landing leads to bedroom one.

Bedroom One - 15'4" x 12'1" (4.67m x 3.68m) - A large room to the southern side of the house with vaulted ceiling. It benefits from two out-built wardrobes providing hanging rails, radiator, a fine oak floor and an impressive and original oak wall beams.

Bedroom Five - 15'3" x 8'9" (4.65m x 2.67m) - Adjoining bedroom one. Also benefitting from a window to the southern elevation and a fine oak floor, exposed timbers and radiator.

Bedroom Two - 15'0" (max) x 11'8" (4.57m ( max) x 3.56m) - A split level room with high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and wall beams. Oak flooring throughout, deep fitted airing cupboard with cylinder, sky light, loft access and radiator.

En Suite Shower Room - 8'6" x 4'0" (2.59m x 1.22m) - Fitted cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Oak flooring and window with shutter.

Bedroom Four - 11'0" x 9'8" (3.35m x 2.95m) - Window to the front elevation, splendid exposed oak timbers and solid oak floor. Fitted shelving to former fireplace with oak lintel and radiator.

Bedroom Three - 17'3" x 13'0" overall (5.26m x 3.96m overall) - Located to the front of the house with splendid exposed timbers to two walls, also benefitting from fine oak flooring and panelled radiator.

Bathroom - 12'2" x 7'9" (3.71m x 2.36m) - A large and highly appointed bathroom with a quality white suite comprising a freestanding white enamelled roll topped bath with claw feet with a combination shower and mixer tap unit, large walk-in shower cubicle with glazed screen, fitted vanity unit with large basin and storage, bidet and low level wc. High vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and downlighters, further exposed wall timbers, oak flooring, traditional pipe radiator and towel radiator.

Outside - The property is approached over a long private driveway which extends through the upper grounds and thereafter down to the western elevation of the house where there is a gravelled hardstanding providing parking and thereafter extends to a further hardstanding which adjoins the paddock and the pond.

The house benefits from an extensive mainly stone flagged patio, which extends across the front elevation of the house and bounded in the main by substantial random stone laid walls, which in part includes some built-in storage cupboards which extend back into the garden and a large timber framed and slated covered patio area. There are extensive lawns with wide pathways leading to the upper garden.

To the rear of the house is a further patio designed to take full advantage of the outstanding views across the Dee Valley with views towards Cheshire, but also towards the wooded hills and impressive limestone escarpment which adjoins Castell Dinas Bran (Crow Castle).
To the upper garden is an enclosed orchard with soft fruit cage together with a number of mature trees and a delightful open area beyond which could be enclosed to provide an additional, small paddock.

Paddock - Located to the lower part of the property is the large and enclosed paddock, ideal for those wishing to keep small livestock or pony as the area is noted for its many minor country lanes and bridleways. There is a small ornamental pond to one side and a timber framed store.

Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.

Directions - From the centre of Llangollen, take the A5 in the direction of Chirk and continue for about 1.3 miles passing the Llangollen Golf Club on the left hand side and thereafter take the sharp right hand turning onto a minor country lane denoted by the Agent's 'for sale' board. Follow the road up the hill for some 250yds and take the second left turning onto a private lane, which leads down to the house.

Alternatively, from Chester take the A483 Shrewsbury road proceeding past Wrexham. Follow the road over the interchange for Llangollen and after a further three miles on reaching the only roundabout on the road adjoining a Little Chef, take the third exit towards Chirk. Follow the road down the hill and at the next roundabout take the second exit towards Llangollen. Take this road through Froncysyllte and continue for some two miles, whereupon the lane leading to the property donated by the Agent's 'for sale' board will be seen on the left hand side, which is just before Llangollen Golf Club.

Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.

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

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Nearest stations

  • Chirk (3.6 mi)
  • Ruabon (4.1 mi)
  • Gobowen (6.4 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Chirk (3.6 mi)
  • Ruabon (4.1 mi)
  • Gobowen (6.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Cavendish Residential, Ruthin

St Peters Square Well Street, Ruthin, LL15 1AE

03339 873767 Local call rate

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