Park House, 37 Lower Bridge Street
The development comprises three substantial detached buildings: a converted 1 bedroom barn, a semi-converted 1 bedroom thatched cottage and Cwm Llwm, a house that has full planning permission for an impressively designed 4 bedroom home.
The properties are found off a minor country lane 1 mile from the village of Nantgyln and, whilst enjoying a tranquil and secluded setting, are ideally placed for access to the market towns of Denbigh and Ruthin.
The Barn A converted 1 bedroom barn with electric central heating has open-plan living on the ground floor comprising a modern installed kitchen, living area with Firebelly stove within a feature brick built fireplace, and an open tread wooden staircase up to the first floor landing with under eaves storage. The bedroom and bathroom are on this floor.
To the front of the property is large terrace, perfect for entertaining with spectacular coutryside views.
The Thatched Cottage The recently re-thatched 1 bedroom cottage currently has a ground floor reception room through double doors, with the first floor accessed via an external staircase on the right hand side of the property. The first floor includes space for the sitting room/kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. An internal garage is also on the ground floor.
Cwm Llwm The house has planning for the demolition and erection of a "Grand Designs" style 4 bedroom dwelling which proposes to offer the ideal family home with reception hall leading to a well-sized kitchen/dining room with access to a pantry, utility and boot room, a substantial sitting room with adjacent play room, a cloakroom, plant room, cinema room and store.
The first floor will feature 2 bedroom suites with dressing rooms and en suite bathrooms, a third bedroom with en suite bathroom and a fourth bedroom with en suite shower. The sizeable snug will offer further living space with doors out to the balcony allowing this room to benefit from the fabulous views.
This property has 5.86 acres of land.
Access to the properties is via two driveways: one recently installed for direct access, the other a more scenic, tree lined route through the land to the front of the property, both leading directly to the sizeable central courtyard with space for the turning or parking of multiple cars. The development is set in approximately 5.8 acres, with areas of lawn surrounding the courtyard separated from the grassland by the feature brick wall and with woodland to the rear. There is a brook within the grounds that runs adjacent to the recently tarmaced driveway.
The properties occupy a slightly elevated position outside the village of Nantglyn. The properties have panoramic views over totally unspoilt countryside and enjoy a good deal of privacy and seclusion.
The local historic town of Denbigh offers good shopping facilities and, within the Vale of Clwyd, there is the choice of both state and private education. Denbigh and St. Asaph offer a good choice of sporting and recreational pursuits.
Nantglyn is also within easy reach of the A55 Expressway which serves many of the new business and commercial parks being developed on the North Wales Coast.
Leave Denbigh on the A543 and follow for 5 miles, turning left onto the B5435. After 1 mile take the right hand turn, opposite a number of white terraced houses, down a single track country road. At the end of the road turn right, following the lane across the river and the gate to Cwm Llwm will be visible a short way further to the left side of the lane.Read all