A striking grand design family home situated in an unrivalled elevated position with incredible far-reaching views.
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Pen Y Bryn offers architect designed light airy and spacious accommodation set over three floors. It is contemporary throughout boasting top of the range fixtures and fittings including a sleek Miele kitchen and a cinema room with ceiling mounted 3D projector and motorised projection screen
The versatile open-plan reception room comprises living, family and dining areas and taking centre stage is a stylish bespoke spiral staircase with beautiful spalted beech treads. Bi-folding doors lead out onto a decked veranda and when fully opened transforms this space by creating a natural flow of inside and outside living. On a lower level is an impressive exposed stone chimney breast which encompasses a double-sided open fireplace. A south-westerly facing balcony is another highlight and enjoys incredible far-reaching views, providing a perfect retreat with complete solitude.
The first floor spacious landing has a mezzanine viewing gallery and a store cupboard which also houses the under-floor heating system. At one end of the landing is a triple aspect principal bedroom with fireplace and en suite shower room. At the opposite end steps lead down to a split level guest bedroom which has space for a nursery/dressing room and there is an external door providing access to the rear of the property.
On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, the larger being split level with a feature window and off the landing and serving both bedrooms is a luxurious bath/ shower room.
This property has 2.6 acres of land.
The house is situated some distance off the road down a track and bridleway. There is ample parking and turning space in front of the property and the land is split either side with landscaped areas next to and below the house.
The property enjoys an unrivalled elevated position with far-reaching views over the Vale of Clwyd towards Snowdon. Denbigh and Ruthin both offer good local facilities, as does Mold with its theatre and extensive range of shops. There is also a good choice of schools in the area. The A55 gives access along the North Wales coast and also to Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and the motorway network.
From the A541 Mold to Denbigh road at Bodfari, proceed south on the B4529 to Llandyrnog. After about 3 miles, on reaching a small roundabout, turn left and follow this road for about half a mile to a crossroads. At the crossroads, turn left and following this road for about 1.3 miles, around a sharp hairpin bend and the entrance to the drive will be seen on the right, passing through woodland. Proceed down this track, through a gate at the end into the field and the property will be seen on the right hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Open plan living/family/dining room
- Cinema room
- Guest wc
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bath/shower rooms (1 en suite)
- Decked veranda
- Private driveway
- EPC rating E
- In all about 2.6 acres
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