Peter Large Estate Agents are pleased to bring to the market this prestigious landmark property, steeped in history and situated in a prominent position. Located on the brow of a hill, this substantial property enjoys glorious countryside views and, although in a rural setting, is just minutes from the A55 North Wales Expressway at Bodelwyddan. The village has a primary school, general hospital, local shops, the renown Marble Church and famous castle. The city of St Asaph is within four miles and the coastal resorts of Rhyl, Prestatyn and Colwyn Bay are also within easy reach. The house is built around a circular tower which is reputed to date back to the 12th century. Further extensions are believed to have been made in the early 16th century. The property has four storeys, mainly accessed via the winding stone staircase and includes a cellar and seven good size bedrooms. Additions such as a large conservatory, well planned kitchen plus utility and two huge attic bedrooms make it an interesting and ideal family house. Benefitting from oil fired central heating, some uPVC double glazing, pleasant gardens and driveway parking.
HALLWAY The current entrance door is accessed from the driveway, although the original entrance is on the other side. UPVC side panel and door opens to curved hallway with wall lights and two radiators. To the far end are glazed double doors giving access to the former porch and original entrance.
CELLAR Accessed via winding stairs from the central hall. Former well, power and light.
LOUNGE 26′ 10" x 12′ 1" (8.2m x 3.7m) With windows to the side and front, beamed ceiling, part panelled walls, two radiators, power points and curved chimney breast with fitted log burner.
BREAKFAST ROOM 14′ 1" x 12′ 5" (4.3m x 3.8m) Radiator, part panelled walls, power points and open access to;
KITCHEN 13′ 5" x 10′ 5" (4.1m x 3.2m) Fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets with wood block work surfaces over. Single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap. space for large fridge/freezer, part tiled walls, power points, plate rack, wine rack, under cupboard lighting, ceiling spotlights, window overlooking the driveway and open access to;
UTILITY ROOM Further range of cabinets with work top surfaces, sink and drainer, space for various appliances, ceiling spotlights, loft hatch, power points and access to;
WC With low flush wc and wash hand basin. Radiator and part panelled walls.
CONSERVATORY Of uPVC construction with Polycarbonate roof. French doors leading to garden.
DINING ROOM 14′ 9" x 12′ 9" (4.5m x 3.9m) A versatile room which used to have a swimming pool set within the floor. Currently used as a dining room with part panelled walls, ceiling spotlights, power points and radiator. Window overlooking the garden.
BEDROOM SEVEN 14′ 9" x 12′ 9" (4.5m x 3.9m) Another ground floor room which is currently being used as a bedroom. Two windows, part panelled walls, blocked off fireplace and power points.
LANDING Stone staircase with handrail to curved landing with radiators, wall lights and window overlooking the driveway.
BEDROOM THREE 12′ 1" x 12′ 9" (3.7m x 3.9m) Window to the side, part panelled walls, two radiators and power points.
BEDROOM FOUR 14′ 5" x 12′ 9" (4.4m x 3.9m) Two windows, part panelled walls, radiator and power points.
BEDROOM FIVE 12′ 1" x 10′ 5" (3.7m x 3.2m) Window to the side, part panelled walls, radiator and power points.
BEDROOM SIX 15′ 8" x 11′ 5" (4.8m x 3.5m) Two windows, part panelled walls, radiator and power points.
BATHROOM Fitted with a four piece suite comprising of low flush wc, jet spa bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin and shower cubicle with sliding doors. Two windows, part panelled walls, radiator, ceiling spotlights and separate storage area.
LANDING Further stairs to landing with part panelled walls and window. Split stairs to attic bedrooms described as follows;
BEDROOM ONE This attic bedroom is of large dimensions and has a beamed ceiling, window with lovely views, two radiators, part panelled walls, curved chimney breast, power points and open access to a dressing room/nursery.
BEDROOM TWO This second attic bedroom is also of large dimensions and has a beamed ceiling, two windows with lovely views, two radiators, curved chimney breast and power points.
OUTSIDE A courtyard driveway provides ample parking and is edged by well stocked borders and trees. There is a paved area with oil tank, outdoor boiler, outside lights and a side pathway. To the other side of the property there are gardens mainly laid to lawn and bordered by mature hedging, with an extensive decking area and pergoda.
SERVICES Oil central heating, septic tank drainage, electric and water. Please note no appliances are tested by the selling agent.
DIRECTIONS From the agent’s office proceed through the traffic lights and join the A55 Expressway heading to Bodelwyddan. leave at the next exit an proceed up Engine Hill, to the side of Bodelwyddan Castle. At the top of the hill, turn right and the right again. Continue uphill and the property will be seen on the left.
AGENT’S NOTE The history described has been supplied by the owners and the agent is unable to prove that it is factually correct.