Peniel, Denbigh


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A greatly extended three/four bedroom detached period cottage offering potential for remodelling and refurbishment, standing within gardens and paddock of about one acre in total, in a truly spectacular rural setting with panoramic views from the North Wales coast in the east across the length of The Vale of Clwyd towards the Llandegla Moors in the south-east. The property affords: out-built porch, lounge, dining room, kitchen, inner hall with two double bedrooms, further inner hall with bathroom/wc and leading through to a day lounge/occasional bedroom and a large master bedroom. Mainly double glazed and LPG central heating. Integral double garage. *VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY*


The property stands in an elevated setting commanding panoramic views across The Vale. It is just above the hamlet and some 4 miles from Denbigh and about 3 miles from Llyn Brenig which provides an extensive range of facilities and good road links throughout the region.



12'8 x 5'9 (3.86m x 1.75m)

A large out-built porch with UPVC double glazed windows and matching door in. Red quarry tiled floor, fitted base units and panelled and glazed door to:


15'1 x 13'7 (4.60m x 4.14m)

Wide double glazed picture window looking eastwards along The Vale. Recessed fireplace with hearth and a cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, tv aerial point, radiator and stone effect floor covering. Archway to the dining room.


10'5 x 9'9 (3.18m x 2.97m)

An impressive room which fully encapsulates the views across The Vale, both to the east towards Moel Famau and the Clwydian Hills and to the north and north-west towards Dyserth and Irish Sea. Matching flooring and panelled radiator.


18'7 x 9'10 (5.66m x 3.00m)

Also with two double glazed windows enjoying far reaching views towards The Vale and the North Wales coast, it is fitted with a modern range of base and wall units with a light grey high gloss finish to door and drawer fronts and contrasting quartz stone effect composite working surface to include an inset 1 bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer. Integrated dishwasher and void and plumbing for washing machine, integrated fridge and freezer, recess with LPG and electric point for a range style cooker. Wall mounted Ideal LPG gas fired combination boiler providing heating and hot water. Fitted breakfast bar to one side with radiator below, wood grain effect flooring and a modern composite double glazed door to the rear elevation.


With panelled radiator, leading to:


10'5 x 5'8 (3.18m x 1.73m)

Walk-in shower with electric unit, fitted bath, wash basin and wc. Wide double glazed window with far reaching views. Ceiling downlighters, fitted cupboard and panelled radiator.


14'9 x 13'8 (4.50m x 4.17m)

Forming part of a large extension to the northern side of the bungalow, it also has a most impressive picture window with far reaching views across The Vale towards the North Wales coast, a double glazed window and matching door leading out to one side, and panelled radiator. Steps up to bedroom one.


16'0 x 13'7 + 5'7 x 6'2 (4.88m x 4.14m +1.70m x 1.88m)

A large room with three double glazed windows and two panelled radiators.


Located off the kitchen. Fitted cupboard providing access to the roof void.


13'3 x 9'1 (4.04m x 2.77m)

Double glazed window to the rear and panelled radiator.


11'8 x 9'5 (3.56m x 2.87m)

Wide double glazed window to the rear and panelled radiator.


The property stands in an elevated position on a minor country lane outside of the village of Peniel. It is approached over a driveway leading to the rear of the bungalow, providing space for parking and access to the integral double garage.

Pedestrian access round to the front, whilst the main garden is to the north-western side of the bungalow providing a secluded and mature lawned area.


20'10 x 14'1 (6.35m x 4.29m)

Two timber panelled doors. Electric light and power installed.


Located directly below the bungalow having a separate gate access onto the adopted lane, it provides a roughly rectangular shaped enclosure, ideal for those wishing to keep small livestock or a pony, particularly as the area is noted for its many minor country lanes and bridleways.


The views from any part of the front elevation of the bungalow can only be fully appreciated on inspection, as they are truly panoramic extending from the North Wales coast in the north-west across the length of the Clwydian Hills towards the Llandegla Moors in the south-east.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band E.


From the Agent's Denbigh Office proceed right over the High Street and bear left next to the Halifax onto Love Lane. Follow this road to the top of the hill and follow the main road (B4501) around to the right in the direction of Nantglyn. Proceed up through the 'S' bends and on reaching the top keep left in the direction of Peniel. Proceed through Peniel and up the very steep hill whereupon the property will be found a short distance thereafter on the right hand side.


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

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


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