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Llanrhaeadr, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16

Guide price £649,000

3 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: CHR190033

THE PROPERTY

A traditional Welsh farmhouse and a superb range of brick and stone outbuildings with uninterrupted rural views of the Clwydian Hills amongst 5 acres of pasture and garden in a private position. ACCOMMODATION IN BRIEF - Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Sitting Room/Study, Kitchen, Boot Room, Utility Room, Shower Room, - 3 Bedrooms, Dressing Area, Family Bathrooms - Stable Block comprising: 3 Loose Boxes, Tack Room/Office, Treble Garage, Garden Store, Garage/Machinery Store, 3 First Floor Store Rooms, Dog Run and Kennel, Vehicle Shelter - Private Drive, Gardens, Pasture Land with Field Shelter, Substantial Parking, Rural Views, In all approximately 5.2 acres (2.1ha) PROPERTY INFORMATION - Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession - Services: Mains Water and Electricity, LPG, Private Drainage. Telephone Line. Alarm System. - Local Authority: Denbighshire County Council - Tel: 01824 706000 - Council Tax: Band G - £2,715.30 payable 2019/20 - Fixtures: Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all contents, fixtures and fittings, garden ornaments, statues, carpets and curtains are specifically excluded from the sale. Certain items may be available by separate negotiation. - Viewings: Strictly by appointment via Jackson-Stops, Chester office Tel: 01244 328 361 Distances Denbigh - 41/2 mile Ruthin - 41/2 miles St Asaph- 9 miles Chester - 27 miles Liverpool - 38 miles Manchester - 63 miles Location Pentre Isa is located betwixt Denbigh and Ruthin overlooking the picturesque Vale of Clwyd which is renowned for its scenery and micro-climate. Occupying a rural setting on a quiet country lane the property is conveniently placed for both towns with Denbigh offering a comprehensive range of services with attractive town square and a selection of shops, high street banks, supermarkets, doctor's surgery, pubs and restaurants. In addition to Denbigh there is shopping at St Asaph and Ruthin. On the educational front there are state, primary and secondary schools including St Brigid's just beyond Denbigh town centre. For those seeking private education there is Myddelton College in Denbigh, Fairholme at St Asaph, Ruthin School, Rydal Penrhos at Colwyn Bay and the King's & Queen's Schools in Chester which operate a bus service locally. For outdoor pursuits there is extensive walking along the Clwydian Range, fishing on the Clwyd, numerous local pheasant shoots and mountain biking and sailing at Llyn Brenig. For the equestrian enthusiasts there is horse racing at Chester and Bangor-on-Dee and hunting is with the Flint & Denbigh. In Denbigh there is a leisure centre with all-weather pitch and swimming pool and locally football, cricket and rugby clubs together with an 18 hole golf course just beyond the town towards Henllan. Communications The area is well served by roads being 91/2 miles from the A55 expressway allowing for ease of travel to all areas of commerce along the North Wales coast and to the Chester Business Park, Deeside Industrial Park and Wrexham Industrial Estate. Beyond Chester the A55 connects with the M53 & M56 motorways permitting daily travel to Liverpool and Manchester which are both served by International Airports, 57 miles and 37 miles. Travel to London is available from Chester station which offers a 2 hour service via Crewe to Euston and for those travelling to Dublin there is a ferry from Holyhead off the A55. Description Pentre Isa is approached via a long private drive through an automated wooden gate opening on to a large parking area to the side and within the stable yard itself continuing through a stone pillared entrance to the farm house. In architectural terms the farm house is very much designed and typical in appearance being that of painted stone and block under a slate roof and is thought to have been constructed circa 17th century. The imposing stable block is a later addition and in turn is built in contrast to the house being constructed of light Ruthin brick under a slate roof and adjoining stone garage block. The house has been extended in recent years and there is potential to create either a separate dwelling or additional accommodation within the stables subject to planning. Internally the farm house offers comfortable and readily adaptable accommodation predominantly arranged over 2 floors with character features throughout including exposed wall and ceiling timbers and Inglenook fireplaces. From the Staircase Hall access is gained to the principle reception rooms being the Lounge and the Dining Room. Both rooms have a duel aspect to the front and rear of the property with large windows looking out towards the Clwydian Hills over the surrounding countryside and have Inglenook fireplaces under timber mantels housing Jotul and Gazco gas stoves set on slate slab hearths. There is a further reception room currently being used as a Study however this could be used as a Sitting Room. Off the main house is a single story extension which has a fitted kitchen with wall and base units incorporating Stoves double oven, 4 ring gas hob, sink unit and breakfast bar. Beyond the Kitchen is the Boot Room with separate side access, Utility Room housing the Worcester gas boiler which was fitted in circa 2015 and a Shower Room with wc and sink. On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms and a single bedroom complimented by a family bathroom and a dressing area off bedroom 2 with storage and sink unit. The Stable Block & Outbuildings The Stable Block provides a variety of uses depending on one's needs due to the solid and attractive construction. The internal area equates to approximately 2626sq.ft which would provide a spacious dwelling, part annexe for larger families or dependent relatives, or indeed office space for those who wish to work from home all subject to the relevant planning consents. However in their current form they are setup as stables with 3 loose boxes with water supplies and a large office or tack room idea for the equestrian enthusiast. Adjoining the Stables is a stone triple garage being open to roof level with up and over doors, attractive beams and ventilation slits. There is a further machinery and garden store and garage. On first floor level there is an external staircase leading to two store rooms and a further 47' store with high timbers running the length of the building. At the side is an attached dog run and kennel and a vehicle shelter at the rear with access onto the drive. Gardens and Grounds The gardens and grounds have a blend of recreational and formal use with mown lawns to the front of the farm house with flower beds, ornamental pond and waterfall and a decommissioned well. To the rear of the property is a lawn running along and to the side encompassed by a stock proof, wire and post fence. The properties sits well amongst approximately 4.5 acres of level grazing with a field shelter and water supply in the furthest southern paddock and would be suited to those with equestrian interests or small scale farming. The land is currently tenanted with cattle on an informal basis but is sold with vacant possession or tenanted should the purchasers wish to continue the arrangement. There are gate access to the land with the first being located by the entrance gates and then further down by the parking for the outbuildings. The whole area extended to approiximatly 5.2acres (2.1ha) Directions From Denbigh travel south on the Ruthin Road passing the post office and Pentre Motors through Pentre Llanrhaeadr. After the national speed limit sign turn left by the layby and bus stop and the entrance drive to Pentre Isa is on the right hand side after approximately 100 yards.