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This beautifully appointed home occupies a substantial 5.5 acre plot, located off a minor road in Nantglyn, on the outskirts of the historical town of Denbigh, in Denbighshire, North Wales.
Situated within 15 minutes' drive of the town centre, offering a comprehensive selection of amenities, including shops, cafes and restaurants, this property is also within easy reach of fast commuter links, such as the A55 Expressway, offering swift passage further along the coast, towards Chester City, Wirral, Liverpool and Manchester, and to the local business and industrial parks.
Bronffynnon is a very rare proposition - a hilltop home set in the stunning Denbighshire landscape, enjoying unrestricted, heart-stopping panoramic views, all refurbished to avery high standard. Offering versatile accommodation, Bronffynnon is perfect as a single dwelling for a growing family, or as two dwellings - a luxurious 2,200sq/ft two bed farm house and a 759 sq/ft self-contained two bed annex - perfect for a relative or as a high-end holiday let (fully compliant). Nestled into the hillside, the main house briefly comprises; entrance hall, with slate slab floor and utility area, ideal for cleaning the dogs after a long walk and useful store cupboard; downstairs WC, with modern style white suite; closet/wine store; large utility room/butler's kitchen; further hallway, also with beautiful slate slab floor; internal hallway with staircase and welcoming sitting, having feature fireplace having multi-fuel stove and exposed beams, with both picture windows and French doors drinking in those spectacular views to the front.
Linked to the house via a hallway, the annex briefly comprises; entrance porch; kitchen, offering a range of modern style fitted wall and base units, topped with wood-effect work surfaces and integrated appliances; sun room, having French doors opening to patio & garden; spacious living/dining room, having feature slate fireplace with open fire and access to cavernous storage cupboard, with stairs rising to; first floor landing, leading to; generous master bedroom, with fitted wardrobes to two walls and window to front offering spectacular far-reaching views, a second double bedroom and shower room, having white suite including corner shower enclosure with glass screen and mains pressure thermostatic shower, basin with mono-block mixer tap over and low-flush toilet, both inset to vanity unit.
Immaculately presented throughout, Bronffynnon also benefits from having oil fired central heating via no less than two Worcester combi boilers, double glazing throughout and the opportunity to access fast fibre broadband.
MAIN HOUSE - GROUND FLOOR
Sitting room - 4.97m x 4.53m [16' 3" x 14' 10"]
Sun room - 4.28m x 2.30m [14' 0" x 7' 6"]
Utility room / Butler's kitchen - 3.75m x 1.89m [12' 3" x 6' 2"]
Stairwell - 2.49m x 2.23m [8' 2" x 7' 3"]
Kitchen / breakfast room - 9.08m x 3.99m [29' 9" x 13' 1"]
Study - 2.44m x 1.87m [8' 0" x 6' 1"]
MAIN HOUSE - FIRST FLOOR
Master bedroom - 4.10m x 3.86m [13' 5" x 12' 7"]
Bedroom 2 - 4.52m x 2.05m [14' 9" x 6' 8"]
ANNEX - GROUND FLOOR
Kitchen - 4.59m x 2.61m [15' 0" x 8' 6"]
Living room - 4.47m x 3.52m [14' 8" x 11' 6"]
ANNEX - FIRST FLOOR
Master bedroom - 3.61m x 3.61m [11' 10" x 11' 10"]
Bedroom 2 - 3.99m x 2.56m [13' 1" x 8' 4"]
Shower room - 2.61m x 1.88m [8' 6" x 6' 2"]
Attached - Log store
Attached - Workshop - 3.30m x 3.08m [10' 9" x 10' 1"]
Attached - Dog pen - 2.18m x 2.11m [7' 1" x 6' 11"]
Attached - Dog pen - 2.11m x 2.05m [6' 11" x 6' 8"]
Barn - 9.78m x 4.80m [32' 1" x 15' 9"]
Stable 1 - 3.54m x 3.42m [11' 7" x 11' 2"]
Stable 2 - 3.55m x 3.42m [11' 7" x 11' 2"]
Tack room - 4.40m x 1.75m [14' 5" x 5' 8"]
Bronffynnon is approached over a concrete driveway, ridged for grip, which meanders up the hillside and opens into a wide driveway offering ample parking. The dwelling is sat centrally in its plot and enjoys a commanding view over the county of the full breadth of Denbighshire and towards the Clwydian Range beyond, with several paddocks offering grazing and assorted outbuildings including workshop, log store, pens for animals, a hayloft, timber building to the rear offering stables and tack room, and a further building ideal for use as a barn/secure store.
Travelling from Denbigh Town Centre, proceed west long A543 and after 2.9 miles, turn left onto a minor road. After 1.6 miles, turn right, then right again after 0.4 miles where the entrance to the driveway will be found on the right hand side.
Viewings are exclusively by appointment. Please contact our Hawarden Branch on 01244 537 537 to discuss your requirements.
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