Tremeirchion Road, Bodfari, Denbigh

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive three/four bedroom detached house standing within mature gardens and paddock about 0.39 acre in total, standing in a slightly elevated setting just off a secluded and minor country lane, with a commanding breathtaking southerly and westerly views towards Denbigh Castle, the North Wales coast and Snowdonia Range. Located in a secluded rural position, yet only 0.5 mile from Bodfari and the A541 St Asaph to Mold road, this attractive family home dates from pre-1900 and was originally two cottages combined into one. It affords: out-built entrance porch, dining room which leads to adjoining lounge with feature fireplace, day room and further porch, modern fitted kitchen, side porch with utility area and cloaks with wc, first floor landing, three double bedrooms and bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Adjoining annexe providing garden studio with kitchenette, shower and wc, and loft over part providing an occasional bedroom. Wide driveway with informal gardens and paddock. Modern purpose built workshop and open log store.

LOCATION

Bodfari is a small rural village centred on the historic Church and recently re-opened Dinorben Arms Inn and popular Primary School. It is located in a predominantly rural setting in the heart of the Clwyd Valley some 5 miles from Denbigh and 12.5 miles from Mold. The property is on a bus route to Prestatyn and Rhyl.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRSIES:

Hardwood panelled door leading to:

OUT-BUILT ENCLOSED PORCH

6'0 x 6'0 (1.83m x 1.83m)

With windows to three sides and from which there are truly outstanding views in a southerly and westerly direction across the Clwyd Valley towards Denbigh Castle, the North Wales coast and Snowdonia. Glazed door leading to:

DINING ROOM

15'6 x 9'2 (4.72m x 2.79m)

Heather brown tiled floor in the main, cottage style window to the front with stone sill and panelled radiator. Square archway to the lounge.

LOUNGE

15'8 x 13'10 (4.78m x 4.22m)

An attractive room with a feature brick lined fireplace to an inglenook style with a former bread oven to one side, tiled hearth and a cast-iron wood burning stove. Heather brown tiled floor throughout, cottage style window to the front with stone sill and panelled radiator.

DAY ROOM

14'3 x 13'10 (4.34m x 4.22m)

Brick lined inglenook style chimney breast with tiled hearth, cast-iron wood burning stove and supporting beam. Terracotta style flooring to the majority, open tread staircase rising off, three modern pre-painted double glazed windows and panelled radiator. Glazed door to the out-built side porch.

KITCHEN

13'4 x 6'3 (4.06m x 1.91m)

Recently refurbished to a modern contemporary style with a white high gloss finish to door and drawer fronts and complimentary white stone effect working surfaces to include an inset single drainer sink with mixer tap and drainer, inset four-ring electric hob with stainless steel and glass extractor hood and light over, integrated oven and pan drawers. Void and plumbing for dishwasher and space for fridge. Attractive aquamarine high glazed ceramic tile splashback, terrazzo tiled floor and panelled radiator. Glazed door to the side porch.

SIDE PORCH

11'0 x 6'8 (max) (3.35m x 2.03m ( max))

With recess providing utility area with plumbing for washing machine and space for freezer. Glazed door leading to the side domestic area and panelled door leading to the cloakroom.

CLOAKROOM

Modern suite comprising corner wash basin and low level wc. Oil fired boiler providing heating and hot water, and panelled radiator.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Two modern double glazed windows. Airing cupboard with cylinder and slatted shelving. Radiator.

WALK-IN SHOWER CUBICLE

An interesting feature on the landing is a walk-in shower cubicle providing a small tiled area and enclosed cubicle with glazed screen and electric shower, extractor fan and light above.

BEDROOM ONE

14'0 x 12'4 (4.27m x 3.76m)

Modern cottage style double glazed window to the front with far reaching westerly views towards the North Wales coast and Snowdonia, walk-in wardrobe with hanging rails and radiator.

BEDROOM TWO

13'7 x 10'10 (4.14m x 3.30m)

Modern cottage style double glazed window to the front, walk-in wardrobe with hanging rails and radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

13'6 x 9'1 (4.11m x 2.77m)

Modern cottage style double glazed window with far reaching westerly views towards the North Wales coast and Snowdonia, and panelled radiator.

BATHROOM

10'2 x 6'2 overall (3.10m x 1.88m overall)

White suite comprising a panelled bath with combination shower/tap unit, pedestal wash basin and wc. Painted boarding to dado, double glazed window, ceramic tiled floor and radiator.

OUTSIDE

The property stands on a very minor and quiet country lane leading into the heart of The Vale. It is approached over a splayed entrance and a five-bar gate leading to a wide tarmacadam driveway, which extends across the majority of the front elevation of the house and thereafter across the front of the former garage.

THE GARDENS

The gardens are mainly to the southern side, providing a wide informal lawned area with well stocked flower and shrub borders and thereafter extends around the rear of the house to the western side, where there are a number of mature apple trees and secluded patio.

Adjoining the front is a very useful paddock, the whole extending to about 0.39 Acre. It is maintained as a lawn with a variety of fruit trees and very useful and modern concrete block and rendered outhouse providing secure workshop and open fronted log store.

ANNEXE

Canopy entrance with stable door leading in to:

KITCHENETTE

9'6 x 7'0 (2.90m x 2.13m)

Fitted with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers to a Shaker style with off-white finish to door and drawer fronts and a wood grain effect working surface including an inset single drainer sink. Void and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge freezer, tiled splash back and ceramic tiled floor.

LIVING ROOM

12'8 x 9'1 (3.86m x 2.77m)

Cottage style window to the front with far reaching westerly views across The Vale. Open beamed ceiling with pull-down ladder providing access to a cockloft, which has been used as an occasional bedroom. Panelled door to:

INNER HALL

Which opens to the covered car port and provides access to:

SHOWER ROOM

White suite comprising tray with Triton shower over, wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls.

COUNCIL TAX

Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.

DIRECTIONS

From the Agent's Denbigh Office proceed down Vale Street and on reaching the traffic lights turn left onto Rhyl Road. Continue over the mini-roundabout to the main roundabout on the outskirts of town and take the third exit signposted Bodfari and Mold. Follow the road for approximately one and a half miles and on reaching the 'T' junction with the A541 Mold Road turn right and follow the road for approximately one and a half miles to Bodfari. On reaching the centre, turn left and follow the road up past the Dinorben Arms, bearing right and continue up the hill and out of the village for approximately half a mile. Thereafter take the first left onto a minor country lane and the property will be found directly on the right hand side.

VIEWING

By appointment through the Agent's Denbigh Office 01745 816650.

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

HME/JF

Amended JW

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