Llandyrnog, Denbigh

£239,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A traditional style three bedroom semi-detached house offering spacious and adaptable rooms set within large and mature gardens with a private driveway and garage, located on the periphery of this popular rural village, standing in the heart of The Vale of Clwyd with splendid views over adjoining farmland and across The Vale. Standing on a minor country lane, it has potential for extension (subject to usual consents being obtained). The accommodation affords: recessed porch, hall, lounge with bay window and original wood block floor, adjoining dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room, first floor landing, three bedrooms and modern bathroom. Oil central heating. Large and mature private gardens, particularly to the rear.

LOCATION

Llandyrnog stands almost equidistant between Ruthin and Denbigh. Both towns provide a wide range of shopping facilities whilst the villages of Gellifor and Llandyrnog provide primary schools and a village store.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

Brick arched entrance porch with quarry tiled floor, original leaded glazed and panelled front door with matching panels to either side leading to:

HALL

With staircase rising off. Telephone point.

LOUNGE

13'2 x 12'7 (4.01m x 3.84m)

An attractive room with a shallow bay window to the front elevation with far reaching views across countryside towards Moel Famau and the Clwydian Hills. It has modern UPVC double glazed windows with leaded effect upper lights. Feature herringbone oak floor, which also extends into the adjoining dining room, an impressive Victorian style fireplace with decorative tiling, raised hearth and a polished oak overmantel, picture rail, tv point and radiator. Archway to dining room.

DINING ROOM

12'0 x 10'6 (3.66m x 3.20m)

Original glazed french door with matching panels to either side and decorative upper lights, leading to the westerly facing rear garden. Oak flooring, picture rail and radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

18'0 x 9'8 (5.49m x 2.95m)

Remodelled to provide a large and adaptable room with modern base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with solid oak panelled door and drawer fronts and contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include inset single drainer sink with mixer tap, void and plumbing for washing machine, space for electric cooker, tiled splashbacks, panelled radiator and terracotta style ceramic tiled flooring. Oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating. Two double glazed windows, one with far reaching views over The Vale, and a glazed door leading to the side.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Minstrel leaded window to the gable, access to roof void with pull-down ladder, which is boarded with skylights.

BEDROOM ONE

12'1 x 11'9 (3.68m x 3.58m)

A wide shallow bay and double glazed window affording far reaching southerly and easterly views along The Vale. Ornate cast-iron fireplace (not in use) and radiator.

BEDROOM TWO

12'3 x 11'9 (3.73m x 3.58m)

Double glazed window with far reaching views and panelled radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

8'0 x 7'2 (2.44m x 2.18m)

Double glazed window to the front with far reaching views and panelled radiator.

BATHROOM

8'2 x 7'6 (2.49m x 2.29m)

Modern white suite comprising shaped bath, separate walk-in cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls with decorative dado, linen cupboard, double glazed window with westerly views and radiator.

OUTSIDE

The property stands within a large plot of about 0.15 Acre. It stands off a minor country lane on the periphery of the village with a wide splayed entrance and a long tarmacadam drive providing access and parking for several vehicles and leading to the detached garage.

FRONT GARDEN

To the front there are established lawns to either side of the drive with a variety of shrubs.

REAR GARDEN

To the rear is a large and enclosed mainly lawned garden with flagged patio, pathway, large aluminium framed greenhouse and timber framed and panelled garden shed.

DETACHED GARAGE

With timber panelled doors to the front and electric light and power installed.

COUNCIL TAX

Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band D.

DIRECTIONS

From the Agent's Denbigh Office proceed down Vale Street and turn right at the traffic lights onto the Ruthin Road. Follow this road to the roundabout and take the second exit signposted for Llandyrnog. Follow the road for approximately two miles until reaching the roundabout and bear right for Llandyrnog village. Proceed to the centre of the village and at the crossroads turn right whereupon the property is the last property on the right adjoining farmland.

VIEWING

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

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

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