Bodfari, Denbigh


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive three bedroom town house with conservatory and landscaped south facing gardens to the rear, with splendid uninterrupted views across The Vale, located in the historic centre of this popular village with aspect towards the Parish Church. Having benefitted from modernisation, it affords: entrance hall, attractive lounge/dining room with feature fireplace and beamed ceiling, large conservatory with far reaching views, modern fitted kitchen and adjoining utility room, first floor landing, bedroom one with en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and bathroom. Cottage style double glazed windows and oil central heating, integral store room, private gardens with raised patio and lower lawn area.


The village of Bodfari is some 4 miles from Denbigh and approximately 6 miles from the A55 Interchange near Caerwys enabling ease of access for those wishing to commute throughout the region. Denbigh provides a wide range of shopping facilities together with private and comprehensive schools and leisure centre.


Hardwood panelled and glazed door leading to:


Feature staircase rising off, stone effect flooring and panelled radiator.


15'5 x 11'6 + 7'2 x 4'10 (4.70m x 3.51m +2.18m x 1.47m)

An attractive room with an impressive stone chimney breast with recessed hearth, supporting beam and space for coal effect electric fire. Two modern cottage style and double glazed sash windows to the front elevation, heavy beamed ceiling, downlighters, pine flooring, tv point and two panelled radiators. Twin Georgian style glazed doors opening to the sun lounge.


12'5 x 10'0 (3.78m x 3.05m)

Designed to take full advantage of the outstanding southerly and westerly views across The Vale, it is a large and adaptable room with double glazed windows on a low level plinth, attractive tiled floor, panelled radiator, pitched polycarbonate roof with vent and fan, and double glazed door opening to the patio.


10'8 x 7'7 (3.25m x 2.31m)

Refurbished with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a light grey high gloss finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include inset 1 bowl stainless steel sink, inset four-ring electric hob with upstand and a concealed hood, built-in Neff oven and Indesit microwave oven, integrated dishwasher and deep pan drawers. Cottage style double glazed window with deep sill and far reaching westerly views across The Vale. Matching floor to the hall and double glazed door to the patio.


Fitted open fronted base units with shelving and a stone effect working surface to include void and plumbing for washing machine, pull-out wicker drawers, stainless steel wall shelving and space for upright fridge freezer. Ceiling downlighters, tiled floor and panelled radiator. Access off leading to the store room.


Originally forming part of a garage, it now provides a very useful adaptable room with up and over door to the front and double glazed window to the side.


With cottage style double glazed window affording beautiful views along The Vale towards the Berwyn Mountains. Panelled radiator and pull down loft ladder.


13'1 x 11'6 (3.99m x 3.51m)

Cottage style double glazed window with pleasing aspect towards the historic Parish Church. Partially vaulted ceiling and panelled radiator.


Fitted cubicle with electric shower, wash basin and wc. Fully tiled walls with extractor fan, double glazed window with far reaching views and towel radiator.


13'2 x 7'2 (4.01m x 2.18m)

Double glazed window with aspect of the Church. Panelled radiator.


8'9 x 8'4 (2.67m x 2.54m)

Double glazed window with aspect towards the Church and village centre. Fitted cupboard and panelled radiator.


7'7 x 5'5 (2.31m x 1.65m)

Modern white suite comprising a deep space saver bath with combination shower/tap unit over, fitted cabinet incorporating wash basin and wc. Half tiled walls to a decorative dado, cottage style double glazed window with southerly aspect


To the rear of the house is a deceptively large and private garden. There is a raised flagged patio to the side of the conservatory with wrought-iron railings and steps leading down to a brick paved pathway, which extends along to one side of a further raised patio, which is quite a sun trap as it enjoys far reaching southerly and westerly views across The Vale. Adjoining is a slated area with a variety of shrubs and a small lawned area. To the right hand side gable is an enclosed area housing an oil fired boiler, providing domestic hot water and heating.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band E.


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 and on reaching the main roundabout on the outskirts of Denbigh, take the third exit towards Mold. Continue for approximately one and a half miles and turn right onto the Mold road. Continue to the village of Bodfari. Turn left towards the village centre, whereupon the house will be found on the left hand side directly opposite the entrance to the Church.


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

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