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Breakfast Kitchen, Utility & Boot Room
Living Room, Snug, Conservatory, Garden Room/ Office, Family Bathroom
Three Bedrooms & a Shower Room
Ground Floor Annex Potential
One Bedroom self-contained grooms day accommodation
4 Stables, Tack & Feed Room, Two Car Ports, Workshop & Kennels
The property is located off a quite country lane positioned within 6 & 7miles of Llandegla & Ruthin respectively which offer good local schools, amenities and leisure facilities.
Wrexham and Chester provide good access links to both the North West road and rail links offering excellent commuter opportunities.
There is superb out-riding direct from the property along the quiet country lanes and onto local bridleways. There is also excellent walking in the area too, notably in the breath-taking Clwydian Mountain Range and Llandegla Forest where there is also a mountain bike centre.
Approximate Distances (miles):
Llandegla 6m | Ruthin 7m | Corwen 8m | Mold 14m | Wrexham 14m | Chester 25m | Shrewsbury 43m | Liverpool 43m | Manchester 63m
From Llandegla, turn right onto the A525 signposted Ruthin, follow the A525 for about 2miles then turn left, signposted Bryneglwys. After ¾ of a mile turn right at the crossroads keep on this road for a further 2miles and the property’s access drive is found on the right hand side.
Vale View is an extended three bedroom cottage set in an elevated position with fabulous views. The front door leads into an entrance hall with doors to the central Snug, downstairs Bathroom and Garden Room/Office which can also be utilised as a separate living space for a dependant relative or B&B opportunity. This would be created by using the garden room/office as a further bedroom with its own separate entrance and bathroom.
A side entrance door gives access to the Utility Room/Boot Room with fitted base units and space for washing machine and dryer along with a mass of floor to ceiling storage cupboards. A half glazed door leads into the Breakfast Kitchen with continued base units in a traditional style with Belfast sink and granite worktops. A window to the front overlooks the parking sweep onto the stables beyond. A Britannia electric dual oven with four ring gas hob sits well into an inglenook space with exposed timber lintel above. The space for a large kitchen table provides for practical family living.
Off the kitchen is a glazed Conservatory making the most of the garden and views beyond with access to the outside Patio entertaining area providing space for a hot tub.
The Snug central to the property with multi fuel burning stove leads onto the Living Room having gas fired stove and a glazed extension to the rear which opens up the room with natural light.
Stairs from the kitchen provide access to the three good sized Bedrooms, all of which enjoy wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. A contemporary shower room with w.c. & sink completes the first floor level.
The property enjoys lawned gardens to the rear with hedge perimeter, planted borders and a decking area along with the aforementioned patio area & hot tub space off the conservatory. There is also a small polytunnel and vegetable patch for the keen gardener.
A large parking sweep to the front of the property provides good horsebox or trailer parking. An open fronted timber frame car port with space for two vehicles has an enclosed workshop to the side and a lean-to dog kennel.
A one bedroom static home or cabin is located next to the car port and has been in place for a number of years providing grooms day accommodation when required and further storage area, it comprises a large kitchen/dining/living area with balcony to the front enjoying yet again wonderful views. This has electric, gas, water and drainage all connected in conjunction with the main house.
The yard contains four stables and a tack room, one of which is a pony box all internal portioned under an open fronted timber frame building. The yard leads straight out to the winter turnout paddock with woodchip surface and post & rail fencing. The property’s driveway, parking sweep and yard area are all laid with an ‘Equigrip’ surface providing a safe, rubberised non-slip surface for horses to walk on. There is a muck trailer adjacent to the yard with lean-to storage behind. A hardcore track leads to the two grass paddocks to the side and rear of the main residence.
Constructed in 2012, the sand and rubber surfaced manege, measuring approximately 20m x 40m provides an excellent facility on the property. It has been finished with a quality post and rail fence perimeter and has the benefit of dressage mirrors and temporary floodlighting. It is well elevated on the property enjoying the spectacular views making this a very pleasurable place to ride. A second access track from the main drive enables hardstanding from the yard straight to the manege where this is also a timber storage building which currently houses showjumps but could also be a further stable or isolation box, if required.
Gas LPG Central Heating (boiler replaced in 2015).
Private Water supply via a well with a recently installed 10,000 litre holding tank.
Private Drainage via Septic Tank.
Denbighshire County Council
Tel: 01824 706101
Council Tax Band G
The property as a whole totals 2.633 acres with two main paddocks to the side and rear of the property and a winter turnout paddock with woodchip surface in front of the stable yard.
Further Land Available (separate negotiation)
The vendors own a parcel of land equating to 10.044 acres. Only being a short walk away along the quiet country lane, this can provide further grazing. A large hardcore area to the front provides a good parking area secure and off the road with a double gated entrance. The land is split into two paddocks with post & rail fencing. This parcel of land would be available by separate negotiation.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.