6 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Ruthin, Clwyd, LL15

Guide Price £2,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Library
  • Cinema room
  • Study
  • Principal bedroom suite, 4/5 further bedrooms (3 en suite)
  • Utility, butlers pantry, store room
  • Detached lodge
  • Triple garage & basement
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully presented late 20th century castle with unrivalled panoramic views.

Location

The property sits within the Clwydian Range Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the east of Ruthin and just outside the popular village of Llanbedr.The Vale of Clwyd is renowned for its stunning scenery and easy access to the motorway network and the A55 coast road makes it popular with those moving to the area.

Llanbedr has a primary school, pub and church. Ruthin is a
thriving market town offering a wide range of local services whilst a more comprehensive range can be found in the Cathedral City of Chester. Schools in the area include, Ruthin School and King’s and Queen’s in Chester. Chester has an excellent train service to London Euston (from approximately 2 hours).

Description

Castell Gyrn is situated in a commanding position with magnificent panoramic views over the Vale of Clwyd and
Snowdon beyond. The architect John Taylor built this exceptional property for himself in four phases which started in 1977 and finished in 1994, although one would imagine it belonged to the late 18th Century. Within the last 10 years the current owner has upgraded the interior and made further additions to include a new wing and garaging and today it provides immaculately presented accommodation with some state of the art touches.

On the ground floor, there are two comfortable reception rooms both with impressive fireplaces and the dining room has beautiful oak panelling. Following through from the dining room is the library, beyond which is the drawing room, cinema room and en suite bedroom. The modern well-designed kitchen opens to a superb breakfast area which has a walk-in pantry, utility and butler’s pantry. Accessed from the courtyard is a store room with under-floor heating and sink.

The first floor offers a reception room with balcony, a study and an outstanding principal master bedroom suite with a sitting area, dressing room and en suite bathroom. The whole of the second floor encompasses another stunning bedroom suite with dressing room and en suite bath/shower room. On the third floor there are a further two en suite bedrooms and a turned staircase within the stone tower takes you to the rooftop from which there are magnificent 360 degree views. There is planning consent for an extension to the rear to form family leisure facilities including an infinity swimming pool (Details available online at www.denbighshire.gov.uk Planning Ref No. 16/2014/0541).

Outside
The property is approached via wrought-iron gates of twisted metal just one of many artworks by well-known artist-craftsmen which are interspersed throughout the well-manicured grounds and act as eyecatchers reminiscent of any 18th century garden; worthy of mention is a dragon tree carving which actually breathes fire upon entering.

There is a delightful and relaxing courtyard garden which sits approximately 1000 feet above sea level and has gravelled paths, flower beds and an attractive water feature. To the left
of the entrance driveway is a wildlife pond.

The Lodge
The Lodge is situated within the gated walled courtyard and offers a reception room with a wood burner, a kitchen and an ensuite bedroom with French doors opening onto a
terrace area.

Garaging
The immaculate double garage with a door through to a single garage and WC has stairs which lead down to the basement.

Gardens and grounds
The Castell is set within magnificent grounds interspersed with mature trees with further recently planted specimen trees flanking the sweeping drive. There are many points of
interest including impressive wrought iron entrance gates, a wildlife pond and a stunning tree carving of a large eagle.'
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Square Footage: 7,859 sq ft
Acreage: 10 Acres


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 April 2018

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Nearest station

  • Penyffordd (8.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

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22 Lower Bridge Street, Chester, CH1 1RS

01244 955081 Local call rate

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