Williams Estates are delighted to bring to market a substantial detached house situated in a desirable residential location and enjoying beautiful, unspoiled countryside views. The accommodation briefly comprises living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room and downstairs cloakroom to the ground floor with four bedrooms, en suite shower room and family bathroom to the first floor. The property forms part of the exclusive and sought after Maes Tyrnog development in the picturesque village of Llandyrnog and is conveniently situated being only 3 miles from Denbigh and 5 miles from Ruthin. Further benefits include off road parking, oil fired central heating and integral garage with up and over door. Viewing in person is highly recommended. EPC rating D 67.<br /> <br />
Front door opens into:
With radiator, stairs off to first floor, door into:
4' 9'' x 2' 9'' (1.45m x 0.84m)
With tiled floor, uPVC double glazed obscured window to the front elevation, WC, wash basin with tiled splash back, radiator
10' 9'' x 11' 11'' (3.27m x 3.63m)
With radiator, double glazed bay window to the front elevation, power points, television point, fireplace on marble backing and hearth with electric coal effect fire, laminate flooring, coved ceiling, door allowing for storage under stairs, opening through to:
8' 7'' x 8' 9'' (2.61m x 2.66m)
With radiator, space for family dining table and chairs, power points, double glazed sliding door opening out onto the patio area, door opens into:
9' 9'' x 9' 7'' (2.97m x 2.92m)
With tiled floor, radiator, base and wall units, drawers, work surfaces, one and half bowl sink with mixer tap over, tiled splash backs, extractor over electric oven and hob, space for free standing dishwasher, space for free standing fridge, views over beautiful countryside, door through to:
9' 9'' x 4' 11'' (2.97m x 1.50m)
With window over the rear elevation stainless steel sink with hot and cold taps, cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, oscured door allowing access onto the side elevation
16' 11'' x 8' 6'' (5.15m x 2.59m)
Accessed via up and over door to the front or personal door to the utility area with wall mounted gas boiler, lights and power points
With radiator, loft access hatch
11' 8'' x 10' 6'' (3.55m x 3.20m)
With radiator, window to the front elevation enjoying beautiful countryside views, power points, storage cupboard over stairs, door into:
8' 6'' x 4' 4'' (2.59m x 1.32m)
With obscured window towards the front elevation, radiator, WC, wash basin, tiling to half height and tiling to full height around shower, shaver point, double shower enclosure with Triton electric shower over, sliding shower door
8' 3'' x 5' 6'' (2.51m x 1.68m)
With tiling to half height, panelled bath, wash basin, WC, radiator, obscured window to the side elevation, shaver point, extractor
12' 8'' x 6' 8'' (3.86m x 2.03m)
Currently being utilised as a study with window over the rear garden enjoying beautiful countryside views, radiator, power points, telephone point
10' 3'' x 11' 2'' (3.12m x 3.40m)
With window over the rear elevation enjoying unspoiled views, radiator, power points
12' 1'' x 9' 2'' (3.68m x 2.79m)
With window over the front elevation, storage cupboard over stairs, power points, radiator
The front driveway allows for off road parking for up to three vehicles and the rear garden can be accessed via a side gate
The rear garden is laid to lawn to one half with slabbed patio area to the other side, planted with established trees and shrubbery with bark chippings, timber fencing to either side and hedging to rear, a slabbed pathway allows access to where the oil tank is located
Proceed from our Denbigh Office down Vale Street and turn right at the traffic lights, onto Ruthin Road. Proceed to the roundabout and take the second exit to Llandyrnog. Travel along this road until a further roundabout, taking the third exit into Llandyrnog. Proceed to the centre of the village and proceed straight ahead at the crossroads and take a right hand turning into Maes Tyrnog. No 10 can be seen on the right hand side.
Llandyrnog is a picturesque village set in the glorious Denbighshire countryside close to the river Clwyd. The village itself offers a diverse range of local amenities including local post office, shop, village butcher and local pubs serving delicious homemade food.
Local groups regularly offer various activities including football, coffee mornings and exercise classes and there is also a fantastic primary school making the village ideal for those with families.
The award winning Arla creamery is situated within the heart of the village and provides ample employment for those living in and outside of Llandyrnog.
Llandyrnog is conveniently placed for access to the Clwydian Range where a wealth of walks can be discovered and enjoyed with beautiful and far reaching views. There are regular bus routes both in and out of Llandyrnog and the village is only 25 miles from both Chester & Wrexham making it ideal for commuters.