Llanynys, Denbigh
£600,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A UNIQUE ARCHITECT DESIGNED AND RE-MODELLED FORMER COACH HOUSE GREATLY EXTENDED TO CREATE A LARGE AND VERSATILE 3/4 BEDROOM HOUSE STANDING IN A VERY SECLUDED SETTING ADMIST BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED GROUNDS OF ABOUT 1.77 ACRES, NEAR TO THE HISTORIC CHURCH IN THIS SMALL RURAL HAMLET IN THE HEART OF THE VALE.

The Coach house was converted and extended some 20 years ago to provide an ideal family home which would now lend itself to some modernisation and refurbishment. The grounds are truly delightful having been greatly transformed to create a large natural lake surrounded by gently rolling informal gardens with many maturing trees to provide a wooded glade with far reaching views across The Vale to The Clwydian Hills.

Out-built porch, large central dining room with inner hall, second staircase and cloaks with w.c., fitted kitchen, rear hall with utility, main staircase and a splendid lounge designed to take advantage of the views. second lounge / occasional bedroom four. First floor main bedroom suite with dressing area and en-suite, second stairs to landing with two double bedrooms and shower room.

LOCATION

Lllanynys is a small hamlet on only a small number of property centred on an historic church. Approached from all directions over very minor country lanes it is in the heart of The Vale some 5 miles from Ruthin and 2 miles from Llanrhaeadr with it's popular village store, primary school, restaurant and Inn.

3D VIRTUAL TOUR & VIDEO

A 3D VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE HOUSE AND A VIDEO OF THE GAREDN AND GROUNDS ARE AVAILABLE ON LINE.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

Glazed and panelled door leading to:

OUT-BUILT AND ENCLOSED PORCH

With high vaulted ceiling and a picture window to the front. Glazed inner door leading to:

SPACIOUS DINING ROOM

4.98m x 4.60m (16'4 x 15'1 )

Two double glazed window to the rear overlooking the large ornamental pond, oak veneered floor and radiator.

INNER HALL

With a stone fireplace and hearth with Jackmaster wood burning stove. Turned open tread staircase rising to the first floor and bedrooms two and three.

CLOAKROOM/WC

Wash basin and low level wc.

DAY LOUNGE/OCCASIONAL BEDROOM FOUR

6.17m x 4.45m (20'3 x 14'7 )

A well lit room with a deep square bay window providing an ideal study area and a pleasing aspect over the ornamental pond and beyond the Clwydian Hills. Ceiling downlighters and wood laminated floor.

KITCHEN

4.24m x 3.38m (13'11 x 11'1 )

Fitted with a bespoke range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with solid ash door and drawer fronts and contrasting solid granite working surfaces to include a white glazed Belfast sink with mixer tap, void and plumbing for washing machine, inset five ring LPG gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood/light above, integrated oven, fridge, freezer and pull-out larder unit. Partially vaulted ceiling with Velux roof lights and matching flooring.

REAR HALL

UTILITY ROOM

2.72m x 1.65m (8'11 x 5'5 )

Fitted base units with stainless steel sink and integrated electric hob, plumbing for washing machine, open fronted wall cupboards and shelving.

SECOND HALL

With a turned yellow pine staircase rising off. Feature brickwork to one wall with wall lights and steps leading down to the lounge.

LOUNGE

6.27m x 6.15m (20'7 x 20'2 )

A light and airy room designed to take full advantage of the pleasing aspect over the Vale of Clwyd with windows to three walls to include double glazed french doors opening to the north and east facing gardens and beyond the Clwydian Hills. Contemporary fireplace with raised hearth a washed pine canopy over (no flue) and ceiling downlighters.

FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM ONE

6.22m x 6.07m max (20'5 x 19'11 max)

A spacious room with double glazed windows and Velux windows. A range of fitted wardrobes providing a combination of hanging rails and shelving and ceiling downlighters.

EN SUITE BATHROOM

2.59m x 1.93m (8'6 x 6'4 )

Shaped bath, separate walk-in shower cubicle with high output shower, wash basin, bidet and wc. Double glazed window, laminated flooring and a white enamelled towel radiator.

SECOND STAIRCASE LEADING TO LANDING

With high vaulted ceiling and Velux roof light.

BEDROOM TWO

4.98m x 4.70m (16'4 x 15'5 )

High vaulted ceiling with three Velux roof lights and portal window, and panelled radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

4.67m x 4.60m (15'4 x 15'1 )

High vaulted ceiling with Velux roof light and gable window and panelled radiator.

SHOWER ROOM

2.29m x 2.16m (7'6 x 7'1 )

White suite comprising tray with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Velux roof light and white enamelled radiator.

OUTSIDE

The property stands in a very private and predominantly rural environment, approached from the centre of the hamlet by a long private driveway, over which the owners of the adjoining Rectory have a right of access. Thereafter, the driveway extends to the front of The Coach House with a central raised lawn with ornamental tree. The driveway extends beyond to the southern side of the house, where there is ample parking and a detached timber clad single garage. The grounds are mainly to the northern, eastern and southern sides of the house. They extend to about 1.77 acres and some 20 years ago benefitted from an extensive landscaping and remodelling to create a large pond with island and rolling gardens adjoining within which many specimen trees were planted and are now maturing to provide an interesting and private environment. The lake is surrounded by informal lawns and adjoining which there are splendid views over farmland across The Vale and Clwydian Hills. Immediately adjoining the rear of the house is a more formal garden, also benefitting from a large ornamental pond with flower and shrub borders and a stone built open fronted log and garden shed.

TENURE

Understood to be Freehold, subject to verification.

COUNCIL TAX

Denbighshire County Council.

DIRECTIONS

From the Agent's Ruthin Office proceed down Clwyd Street and on reaching the junction with Mwrog Street bear right and immediately left onto Denbigh Road. At the mini-roundabout continue directly ahead and after some 1.5 miles and on entering the village of Rhewl take the second right turning immediately after the Drovers Inn and thereafter within 30yds turn left signposted Llanynys. Continue on this country lane until reaching the hamlet of Llanynys where the drive is the first on the right before reaching the church and former inn.

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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 Denbigh Office 01745 816650.

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

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