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Llangynhafal, Nr Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15


3 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: CHR180011


An exceptional barn conversion in an elevated position with uninterrupted views over the picturesque Vale of Clwyd and beyond. • Reception Dining Hall; Drawing Room; Garden Room; Study; Bedroom 3; Shower Room, Kitchen with Breakfast Area; Utility Room; Cloak Room; • Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room and Ensuite Bathroom, Bedroom 2 with Ensuite Shower Room, Landing, and Planning Permission for a further Bedroom and Ensuite. • Driveway; Double Garage with Utility Room and Gardeners WC, Lawned and Wild Flower Gardens; Sun Terrace; Stunning Views, • In all about 3 acres. Location Bryn Tirion Barn is situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just beyond Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd. Occupying a private position on the hill side against the backdrop of the Clwydian Hills, the house enjoys a south westerly aspect overlooking the Vale of Clwyd and Snowdonia beyond. The village of Llangynhafal and the rural hamlet of Gellifor just a few miles from the town centre adjoining open countryside. The village has a chapel and pub whilst the larger market towns of Ruthin and Denbigh, which are 31/2 and 8 miles respectively, offer a wider range of services with independent retailers, supermarkets, doctors' surgery and dentists. The historic walled city of Chester famed for its Roman Rows is approximately 35 minute's drive offering an even more comprehensive range of shops and out of town retail outlets. On the educational front there is independent education, Ruthin school and the Kings & Queens schools in Chester. For those seeking country pursuits there are numerous local pheasant shoots, fishing on several rivers and hunting is with the Flint & Denbigh as well as numerous hacking routes in particular through Moel Famau Country Park. Description Bryn Tirion Barn is approached via a long drive through a five bar gate onto a parking and turning area against the south west front. The house was formally a derelict barn believed to date from 19th century but in 2013 the current vendors began a major scheme of conversion and renovation. The project has taken 21/2 years to create a simply stunning home finished to an exemplary standard which is evident in the architectural finish being constructed of stone under a slate roof with aluminium grey double glazed aluminium window frames and the internal specification with high quality fittings and a full underfloor heating on both ground and first floor level. The property is heated by state of the art ground source system which is powered by two Worcester pumps with a private bore hole water supply with a full filtration system. Against the south west front is a glazed front door with glass panels on the both the ground and first floor opening into a large Reception Hall which is currently configured as a Dining Room with a bespoke Oak and glass staircase rising to the first floor. A doorway opens through to the principal reception room which include a beautifully proportioned Drawing Room with contemporary style Jide double fronted log burner, Vitral skylights enhancing the full height ceilings and an attractive oak bookcase. From the Drawing Room doors open to a self-contained living area which is ideal for those who are disabled or perhaps need ground floor living accommodation. This comprises a Double Bedroom with a beautiful outlook and sliding door onto the front and a Shower Room with a tiled finish, seating area within the shower and Laufen and Grohe fittings. Adjoining is a Study but this room could be used as another Bedroom if required. Adjacent to the Dining Room a door opens to the beautifully appointed Kitchen which incorporates wall and base units with a centre island designed for food preparation and dining over Tedd Todd oak flooring designed for hard ware. The appliances include Leicht unit with Miele ovens and warming drawer, induction and gas hob, Siemans stainless steel fridge, freezer and wine cooler, sunken sink with Quooker boiling water tap and air cleansing system. Accessed via double doors is the Garden Room which looks out on to the south west front and has glazed windows leading on to the terrace and lawn. Beyond the Kitchen is a rear Utility Room and Cloakroom again with Laufen fittings. The First Floor landing has a lovely aspect to the south and west and gives access to the principal bedrooms both of which have an equally glorious views over the gardens and across the Vale of Clwyd. The Master Bedroom has the benefit of a Tegla bespoke Bathroom and a Dressing Room, Bedroom 2 contains an Ensuite Shower Room with Grohe and Laufen sanitary ware. In addition to these bedrooms as part of the planning permission there is the ability to create a further first floor bedroom albeit accessed from a separate staircase in the Drawing Room as all wiring and plumbing is in place. Outside Against the south front of the house is an elevated walk way which leads to a patio and barbecue area above the gravelled parking area with a large stone built Double Garage 21'8 x 8'9 with an adjoining Utility Area/Bootroom, gardeners wc and store cupboard. Beyond the garage is a large open grass area which has wild flowers dispersed with mown pathways throughout. The boundary carries up the hill to a gate giving access to the neighbouring fields and up onto the hillside. Behind Bryn Tirion Barn is a recently planted herbaceous bed with a variety of flowering trees and shrubs beyond which, and attached to the house, is the Plant Room which houses the Worcester heat pumps (further details availble from the agents)