Dyffryn Teg, Rhuallt, St Asaph


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive three bedroom semi-detached house set within beautifully landscaped gardens to a secluded position in the lower part of the village about 0.3 mile from the interchange with the A55 Expressway enabling ease of access throughout the region. Benefitting from double glazing and oil central heating with a modern combi boiler, it affords: side entrance hall, dining room with french window and full depth window opening to the garden, archway to adjoining and spacious lounge with bay window and feature fireplace, fitted kitchen, side hall with cloakroom/wc, first floor landing, three bedrooms and bathroom. Well maintained landscaped gardens to front with wide patio and ornamental pond, further patio and lawned garden to the side with garden storeroom and shed.


The property forms part of this small established cul-de-sac located to the centre of this much noted rural village located on the slopes of the Clwydian Range. Access to the A55 Expressway is within a 0.5 mile drive enabling easy access throughout the region. Great for commuting to Chester and beyond. The cathedral city of St Asaph is 2.5 miles away providing, shops, cafés and restaurants.


Side entrance with hardwood panelled and glazed door leading to the hall.


8'10 x 6'1 (2.69m x 1.85m)

With turned staircase rising off, enclosed understairs cupboard, dado rail and panelled radiator.


11'10 x 8'10 (3.61m x 2.69m)

A well lit room with a wide and modern double glazed french door with matching window to the side providing access to and overlooking the landscaped front garden. Coved ceiling, dado rail and panelled radiator. Archway to the lounge.


16'5 x 10'4 (5.00m x 3.15m)

A large room with a deep splay bay window to the front with double glazed window and vertical blinds. Adam style fireplace with marble insert and hearth with a polished wood surround and a coal effect living flame gas fire. TV point, dado rail and panelled radiator.


11'0 x 8'1 (3.35m x 2.46m)

Fitted with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with solid oak panelled door and drawer fronts and contrasting roll edged working surface to include inset 1 bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer, space for slot-in electric cooker, void and plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge. Part tiled walls, two double glazed windows and coved ceiling. Panelled door leading to the rear hall.


With hardwood and glazed door out and panelled radiator.


Double glazed window and low level wc.


Double glazed window to the gable, fitted airing cupboard with shelving, dado rail, coved ceiling and access to the roof void.


15'0 x 10'7 (4.57m x 3.23m)

A very spacious room with a wide double glazed window to the front elevation with pleasing aspect over the landscaped front garden, coved ceiling and panelled radiator.


8'5 x 8'1 (2.57m x 2.46m)

Double glazed window with vertical blind and pleasing aspect over the front garden, coved ceiling and panelled radiator.


11'10 x 8'10 (3.61m x 2.69m)

Double glazed window with vertical blind, fitted cupboard with shelving and panelled radiator.


8'5 x 4'6 (2.57m x 1.37m)

Coloured suite comprising panelled bath with bi-fold screen and electric shower over, fitted vanity unit with inset bowl in a tiled surround with under cupboard and low level wc. Part tiled walls with decorative dado, double glazed window and panelled radiator.


The property stands within a much larger than average plot with gate access leading into beautifully landscaped garden with pathway, established and well stocked flower and shrub borders together with a wide patio and a large ornamental pond with cascade. There is access to the side leading to the rear, where there are steps leading up to a slightly raised flagged patio area with slated area and lawn.


To the rear is a useful timber framed and panelled garden shed, a bunded oil tank and a detached brick built garden storeroom with electric light and power installed and wall shelving.


Located to the rear of the house adjoining the cloakroom, housing a modern Worcester oil fired combination boiler providing domestic hot water and heating.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band C.


From Denbigh proceed on the A525 to St Asaph and proceed thorough the centre of St Asaph and join the A55 Expressway thereafter in the direction of Chester. Take the first turning off the A55 for Rhuallt approaching a round about take the 3rd exit signed Rhuallt/Tremeirchion proceed 0.5 miles up this road, past The White House and Dyffryn Teg will be found on your right hand side.


If you are considering purchasing this property as a buy to let investment, our award winning lettings and property management department offer a preferential rate to anyone who purchases a property through Cavendish and lets with Cavendish. For more information please contact our local rental valuer, Shauna Moore on 01352 752220 or shauna.moore@cavendishrentals.co.uk


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

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