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£495,000 (OIRO)

Cwm Road Rhuallt, Rhuallt, Denbighshire,

  •   4 bed
  •   2 bath
  •   2 receptions

This attractive brick built former stable stands in a much desirable position next to the Brynllithrig Hall Estate and boasts good size family acco ...

Key features

  • EPC - D

Full property description


This property occupies a desirable rural position and stands on the outer confines of the Hamlet of Rhuallt overlooking the Vale of Clwyd with far reaching views towards Snowdonia. Access to the A55, which makes for ease of commuting to both Chester and the North Wales coastal towns. The property being formerly a stable stands adjoining the Brynllithrig Hall Estate, in what was once the former ground of the country hall. Predominantly brick built, the property is of a particular attractive nature and offers surprisingly versatile accommodation including three/four bedrooms with mater bedroom en-suite facility and ground floor study or bedroom four if required. Having the additional benefits of double glazing, oil fired central heating, fitted kitchen in solid oak. It is a prime opportunity for the discerning buyer wishing to acquire a home of individuality in a sought after location.

Entrance Hall

With single panel radiator, polished tongue and groove wood floor and storage cupboard.

GROUND FLOOR CLOAKS - 2.08m x 0.9m (6'9" x 2'11")

With a low flush W.C. and wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, polished tongue and groove wood floor.

Dining Room - 4.44m x 3.27m (14'6" x 10'8")

With polished tongue and groove wood floor, radiator and understairs store.

LOUNGE - 5.4m x 3.63m (17'8" x 11'10")

With heavily beamed ceiling, polished tongue and groove wood floor, brick feature fireplace with stone hearth and multi-fuel burner, window having an aspect over the front of the property enjoying far reaching views.

KITCHEN - 4.41m x 3.34m (14'5" x 10'11")

Having a comprehensive range of fitted units in solid light oak comprising wall units with worktop surface with base cupboards beneath, further wall unit with a lattice-style frontage and integrated fridge and freezer with matching front door décor panel. Porcelain one and a quarter bowl sink, integrated washing machine with dryer and dishwasher, electric cooking range, power points, ceramic tiled floor, double panelled radiator, beamed ceiling, exposed brick wall and dual windows giving aspect over the front of the property enjoying far reaching views.

GROUND FLOOR STUDY/BEDROOM FOUR - 3.25m x 3.15m (10'7" x 10'4")

With beamed ceiling, TV aerial point, double panelled radiator, brick feature fireplace (for ornamental purposes only) and aspect over the side of the property, polished tongue and groove wood floor.



BEDROOM ONE - 4.19m x 3.64m (13'8" x 11'11")

With double panelled radiator, power points and aspect over the front of the property enjoying views towards the Vale of Clwyd, useful eaves storage space.

EN-SUITE - 1.86m x 1.63m (6'1" x 5'4")

Having a three-piece suite in white comprising a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C., enclosed built shower cubicle and tiled walls.

BEDROOM TWO - 4.21m x 3.39m (13'9" x 11'1")

With double panelled radiator, power points and TV aerial point, useful eaves storage space and aspect over the front of the property.

BEDROOM THREE - 3.4m x 3.33m (11'1" x 10'11")

With double panelled radiator, power points, fitted double wardrobe and aspect over the front of the property.

BATHROOM - 3.21m x 2.03m (10'6" x 6'7")

Having a traditional three-piece suite in white with chrome fittings, comprising oak panelled bath with shower attachment and splash screen, wall mounted wash hand basin with cast wall brackets, low flush W.C. and tiled walls.


The property is approached over a tarmacadam driveway which, leads to a parking area and brick built GARAGE with double timber door access and personal door, power, light and water supply, attic storage space. The gardens to the front are formally laid to lawn and enjoy superb views over open countryside.


Proceed from the Prestatyn Office for about two and a half miles to the village of Dyserth, bearing left into Dyserth and proceed up the hill past the Waterfalls. At the crossroads continue across, bearing first left onto Cwm Road, proceed down to the village for about two miles and at the end is Rhuallt. Just before the former the junction the property can be seen on the right hand side.


Mains electric and water are believed available or connected to the property, Oil fired central heating with drainage via a septic tank. All services and appliances are not tested by the selling agent.

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