Stunning Rural Location
Carreg y Ddafad comprises of a traditional welsh smallholding which despite being modernised retains its original charm and character. The property has been refurbished by the present owners to provide spacious well-proportioned family accommodation, whilst taking advantage of its elevated rural position with unrivalled views over surrounding countryside.
The property benefits from many modern additions such the installation of UPVC double glazing and a central heating system fired from both oil, the log burner and electric back up system.
It should be noted that the property benefits from a spring water supply which is exceptionally plentiful.
Adjacent to the farmhouse lies a traditional range of stone built outbuildings with slate / sheeted roof in part used as extensive work shops, machinery stores, stabling and general storage. These buildings retain many of their original features / timbers and subject to the necessary planning permission would make perfect barn conversions. Further buildings have been added to accommodate livestock.
To the rear of the property lies a more substantial modern machinery store which benefits from a significant yard and shale quarry.
In all the land extends to approximately 3 acres which is accessed via a lengthy driveway with right of access from the council maintained highway.
A property of great rural charm occupying an elevated position ready for immediate occupation.
Viewing is highly recommended.
Occupying an idyllic elevated rural position, this property benefits from a significant level of privacy and glorious views over totally unspoilt countryside. The nearby village of Cerrigydrudion offers all usual village amenities including shop Post Office, village Inn and primary school.
The busier market towns of both Denbigh and Bala are within easy reach providing more comprehensive facilities whilst excellent access to the larger motorway networks can be gained via the A5.
4.88m(16’0’‘) x 3.66m(12’0’‘)
Ceramic tiled floor, views over surrounding countryside, power points.
3.94m(12’11’‘) x 3.63m(11’11’‘)
UPVC Double glazed window to front elevation with views, inglenook fireplace housing multi fuel stove, shelving to alcoves, exposed wall beams, door to conservatory and radiator.
Shelved area beneath stairs providing study area for computer etc, radiator staircase rising off.
2.80m(9’2’‘) x 2.51m(8’3’‘)
Ceramic tiled floor UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, shelving to alcoves and radiator.
3.25m(10’8’‘) x 3.18m(10’5’‘)
Ceramic tiled floor, a good range of base and eye level units and drawers with surfaces over, electric cooker point, extractor fan, 1.5 bowl sink unit, part tiled walls and UPVC Double glazed window to side elevation.
Ceramic tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window and door to front elevation, plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel unit, fireplace housing cast iron stove, part tiled walls.
3.66m(12’0’‘) x 2.18m(7’2’‘)
UPVC double glazed window to front elevation with views, exposed purlin, shelving, fitted wardrobes and radiator.
3.43m(11’3’‘) x 2.80m(9’2’‘)
UPVC double glazed window to front elevation with views, exposed beam, mirror fronted wardrobes and radiator.
3.25m(10’8’‘) x 2.18m(7’2’‘)
UPVC Double glazed window to side elevation, mirror fronted wardrobes, exposed purlins radiator.
3.19m(10’6’‘) x 1.96m(6’5’‘)
Ceramic tiled floor, four piece suite comprising of low flush WC, pedestal wash basin, panelled bath and double shower cubicle with electric shower, fully tiled walls, airing cupboard housing cylinder. Window to side elevation and radiator.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The property is approach via a long track leading to a range of outbuildings. Surrounding the property is areas of garden and raised paved patio area including built in BBQ area. The land is split into useful paddocks and totals approximately 3 acres.
A comprehensive range of outbuildings including a garage unit measuring 41’ × 17’7”, two stores formerly two stables, a hovel with an arched entry measuring 18’ × 12” with playroom above 18’7” × 12’11” , further stables and walk through measuring 17’8” × 15’, further wood store and stable measuring 24’2” × 18’1”, a ship on 27’2” × 18’3”, hen shed and feed store 28’ × 7’, three kennels formerly the original pig sties, car port to the side of the property measuring 27’4” × 14’2” and a further agricultural shed building with metal tie timber framed and corrugated metal sheeting measuring 45’ × 30’.
The property benefits from spring water, mains electricity, private drainage and central heating.
Strictly by appointment with the agents, Jones Peckover, Denbigh Office: Tel: (01745) 812127
We are advised by the Vendor that the property is Freehold and offered with vacant possession on completion.
LOCAL AUTHORITY & UTILITIES
Planning: Denbighshire County Council, Caledfryn, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, Clwyd LL16 3RJ (Tel: 01824-706727).
Highways: Denbighshire C.C., Caledfryn, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, Denbighshire (Tel: 01824-706800).
Electricity: Scottish Power/Manweb, Customer Services, PO Box 168, Prenton, CH26 9AY. (Tel: 0845 7292292.)
Water: Dwr Cymru, Customer Services, PO Box 690, Cardiff, CF3 5WL. (Tel: 0800 0520130)
Gas: BG Plc/Transco (Tel: 0800 111999)
None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability. Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the condition and adequacy of all such services and or installations prior to committing themselves to a purchase.