Guide price £495,500
A spacious family property located on the edge of the village requiring a scheme of modernisation occupying an elevated position with uninterrupted views to Snowdonia and along the coastline. FEATURES - Hall; Drawing Room; Dining Room; Lounge; Sun Room; Kitchen & Breakfast Room; Study; Utility Room, Cloak Room; Store Rooms. - Landing; 5 Bedrooms; Family Bathroom; Separate WC; Eaves and Loft Storage. - Private Drive; Parking, Treble Garage with First Floor Office Suite comprising Office and WC - Raised Front Patio, Mature Gardens; Elevated Position with Stunning Views - In all just under 1 acre (0.40ha). DESCRIPTION Bryn is believed to date from the early 20th century with later additions creating a larger, more comfortable family home in an elevated position with simply stunning views. The property is typical of its era being constructed of brick and predominantly rendered elevations with dormers to the first floor. Bryn has been within the same ownership for the last 33 years and whilst it would benefit from a scheme of modernisation, there is scope to add and remodel the property subject to the necessary consents but the current accommodation is well proportioned over 2 floors. Internally there is an elegant theme with open fireplaces, picture rails and deep architraves to ground floor rooms and large bedrooms on the first floor. The main reception rooms enjoy a lovely aspect over the front sloping gardens with the Sun Room, Lounge, open plan Dining and Sitting Room being of particular note with open fireplaces and beautiful outlook. To the rear of the property is the Entrance Hall of which is the Study and cloak room which adjoins abuts the open plan Kitchen and Breakfast Room incorporating Neff appliances, extractor, sink units all within the handmade kitchen creating an ideal entertaining space or indeed family living area. In addition there is a Utility Room and 2 store rooms, one of which houses the new Oil Worcester boiler being installed mid-2017. On the first floor the bedrooms are arranged predominantly along the west front all enjoying the pleasant outlook. Whilst the current configuration is perfectly adequate one could remodel to create a master bedroom suite incorporating a bathroom and the dressing room as well additional ensuites to some of the bedrooms. At the top of the turned staircase and off the landing is bedroom 5 next to the family bathroom with full suite incorporating shower, bath, dual sink units and wc which is powered by a pressurised water tank in the neighbouring airing cupboard. On the adjacent side of the landing are 3 large double bedrooms complemented by further 4th bedroom which has storage cupboards. LOCATION & COMMUNICATIONS Bryn occupies a private position enjoying a rural aspect to the rear overlooking the surrounding open countryside towards the coatline. Situated at the northern end of the Vale of Clwyd on the boundary of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are scenic walks along the Clwydian range, golf courses at Holywell, Denbigh and Prestatyn and fishing on several rivers. Bryn is located on the outskirts of Dyserth which offers a comprehensive range of services including shops, pubs, Doctors surgery and local schools. Major supermarkets are all within easy access and there is a broader offering of amenities in the neighbouring Prestatyn which is some 4 miles to the north. The area enjoys good communications with an excellent road network. The A55 is within 21/2 mile allowing for ease of access along the North Wales coast and to Chester beyond which the expressway connects with the M53 and M56 motorways. Both Liverpool and Manchester are within daily travelling distance and served by international airports. For travel to London there is a rail service from Holyhead to Euston with connection at Rhyl Station which is 5 miles distant. DISTANCES A55 - 2 1/2 MILES PRESTATYN - 4 MILES MOLD - 17 MILES CHESTER - 25 MILES LIVERPOOL - 37 MILES MANCHESTER AIRPORT - 58 MILES GARDENS AND GROUNDS The gardens and grounds are beautifully maintained and mature with several perennial borders behind dwarf stone walls. To the front of Bryn is a purpose built terrace which is ideally located to enjoy the full aspect of the outlook. To the rear of the property is a further lawned area with brick implement store and Hartley Botanic Green House which is in excellent order. Beyond the boundary the house is sheltered by a band of woodland which is accessible via a pedestrian gate. The property is accessed via wrought iron gates through a stone pillared entrance. To the left is a substantial triple garage block which has full office suite on the first floor and wc. It is a superb addition for those who perhaps work from home or indeed may require secondary accommodation for dependent relatives subject to gaining the relevant permissions. TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING The property stands on a double plot and historically full planning permission was granted to split the plot in half and construct a 4 bedroom dwelling to the right of Bryn. This has since lapsed however, as it was granted approximately 12 years ago it is conceivable that this could be reactivated. Currently the Local Development Plan specifies that affordable housing is a priority in this area. This plan is currently under review with a recommendation that this requirement is removed.
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