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Groes, Denbigh

  • Front
  • Living Room
    Living Room
  • Kitchen Three
    Kitchen Three
  • Snug Two
    Snug Two
  • Dining Room/Snug
    Dining Room/Snug
  • Landing
  • Bedroom One
    Bedroom One
  • Bedroom One (2)
    Bedroom One (2)
  • Bedroom Two
    Bedroom Two
  • Bedroom Three
    Bedroom Three
  • Bathroom
  • Outside Seven
    Outside Seven
  • Barn Three
    Barn Three
  • Barn
  • Outside Three
    Outside Three
  • Land
  • Land Two
    Land Two
  • Outside Eleven
    Outside Eleven
  • Outside Ten
    Outside Ten
  • Outside Six
    Outside Six
  • Outside Five
    Outside Five
  • Outside Nine
    Outside Nine
  • Outside Thirteen
    Outside Thirteen

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  • Modernised farmhouse retaining many original character features
  • Superb views over the Clwydian Range and Moel Famau
  • A range of outbuildings
  • Barn with three stables and tack area
  • Approx 4.5 acres of land
  • Beautiful cottage kitchen with solid wood worktops
  • Feature inglenook fireplace with cast iron multi-fuel burner
  • Substantial hard standing for multiple vehicles
  • Short distance to Denbigh town and its amenities
  • EPC rating G-1

VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE. Benefitting from BT Fibre ideal for working from home. Previous planning permission granted (see notes). Williams Estates are delighted to offer a rare opportunity to purchase a period farmhouse set in approximately 4.5 acres and enjoying breathtaking views of the Clwydian Range and Moel Famau. The accommodation has been tastefully updated by the present owners and marries original character features with the convenience of modern appliances. Features include cast iron multi-fuel burner set into a stunning inglenook fireplace, beautiful cottage kitchen with solid wood worktops and traditional sash windows. The property is approached via a wide gate which in turn leads to a substantial hardstanding, allowing for parking and access to multiple outbuildings. There is a large barn with three stables and tack area ideal for those with equestrian interests. The land is split into an upper and lower paddock which are secured with partly post and rail, hedging and sheep fencing. Viewing in person is highly encouraged to fully appreciate this property and its surroundings. Oil fired central heating, EPC rating G-1. No Chain.



Original timber door with attractive leaded and obscured panel opens into:

Entrance Porch

4' 5'' x 3' 3'' (1.35m x 0.99m)

With shelving, light, power point, quarry tile skirting, quarry tile window sill, timber window with obscured panels to the side, internal original cottage door with latch opens into:

Living Room

16' 3'' max to recess at side of inglenook x 15' 7'' (4.95m x 4.75m)

A spacious living room with painted solid wood sash windows and iron latches with double glazed panels to the side and rear, views over towards the rolling countryside and towards Moel Famau and the Clwydian Range, fitted blinds, original beamed ceiling, inset spotlighting, radiators, power points, feature stone inglenook fireplace set on a slate hearth with cast iron multi fuel burner and timber mantle over, lighting, quality vinyl flooring, door into:


With double radiator, storage under stairs, beamed ceiling, smoke detector, velux roof window, solid wood sash window with double glazed panels enjoying views, stairs up to:

Landing/Reading Nook/Study Area

10' 5'' x 10' 6'' (3.17m x 3.20m)

With roof window, power points, lighting, double radiator, doors off to further accommodation, storage cupboard with slatted door and shelving

Master Bedroom

16' 6'' x 15' 8'' max / 12'6" x 15' 8" average (5.03m x 4.77m)

Solid wood window to the front elevation with double glazed panels, window to the side enjoying beautiful views over the rolling countryside and towards the Clwydian Range, double radiators, power points, useful recess for storage, lighting, loft hatch

Bedroom Two

10' 6'' x 12' 6'' (3.20m x 3.81m)

With original fireplace, window to the front elevation, double radiator, power points, telephone socket

Bedroom Three

9' 8'' x 7' 11'' average (2.94m x 2.41m)

With double radiator, power points, window to the rear elevation, beamed ceiling, lighting

Family Bathroom

11' 2'' x 9' 3'' (3.40m x 2.82m)

With tiled flooring, double radiator, towel rail, feature exposed stone walling, beamed ceiling, modern vanity unit with heritage style sink, heritage style taps, WC, panelled bath with hot and cold heritage style taps, slate window sill, tiling to half height around vanity and WC, tiling to full height around double shower enclosure, heritage style rain shower attachment, lighting

Door off living room opens into:

Open Plan Snug/Dining Area

23' 9'' x 11' 9'' max (7.23m x 3.58m)

To the snug area is a solid wood sash window with ornate iron latch to the front elevation, painted quarry tile sill, radiator, power points, white washed beamed ceiling, feature spotlighting, vinyl flooring To the dining area is double radiator, painted quarry tile sill, solid wood sash window with painted sill, white washed beamed ceiling, feature shelving built into recess with reclaimed oak shelves and mantle over, lighting Stable door with glazed panel opens into:


14' 10'' x 12' 10'' (4.52m x 3.91m)

With windows to the side elevation enjoying stunning views towards Moel Famau and the Clwydian Range, window to the rear, double radiator, tiled flooring, inset spotlighting, range of beautiful cottage base units, drawers, wall units, built in dishwasher, extractor hood, electric range oven with five ring hob, larder cupboard, feature tiled splash backs, power points, inset Belfast sink with ornate hot and cold tap over, centre island with breakfast bar are and storage beneath, solid wood butcher block work surfaces, soft close to doors, bronze colour pendant lighting over breakfast bar, telephone point

Loft hatch from kitchen allows access to:

Loft Room

14' 11'' x 12' 9'' (4.54m x 3.88m)

With dual aspect windows, plumbing for sink and toilet, radiator (previously accessed via staircase in the kitchen and utilised as an additional bedroom)

Access via the dining area to utility with:


7' 2'' x 3' 3'' (2.18m x 0.99m)

With quarry tiled sill, obscured window, quarry tiled flooring, small wash basin, radiator, WC, lighting

Utility Room

11' 3'' x 6' 2'' (3.43m x 1.88m)

With radiator, quarry tiled floor and skirting, plumbing for washing machine, space for a dryer, floor standing oil fired Worcester boiler, window to the rear, quarry tile sills, smoke detector, space for a tall standing fridge/freezer, power points, lighting

Laundry Room

11' 1'' x 5' 9'' (3.38m x 1.75m)

With feature flooring, double radiator, lighting step up to:

Boot Room

6' 1'' x 4' 8'' (1.85m x 1.42m)

With fitted shelving and door into:


7' 1'' x 4' 6'' (2.16m x 1.37m)

With quarry tiled flooring, window and door to the rear elevation, lighting, coat hanging hooks


Barn One

26' 5'' x 15' 10'' (8.05m x 4.82m)

Accessed via a door, windows to the side elevation, power points, lighting

Barn Two

14' 4'' x 16' 2'' (4.37m x 4.92m)

With an opening allowing access and providing useful storage space

Barn Three

46' 4'' x 15' 2'' (14.11m x 4.62m)

There are two standard 12'x12' stables plus one 12'x15' with lighting windows, tack area measuring 7'5" x 15'

Stone Stable (Used As Chicken House)

14' 9'' x 8' 11'' (4.49m x 2.72m)

With lighting, stable door, power points

Hay Barn

14' 5'' x 14' 9'' (4.39m x 4.49m)

Providing useful storage space


16' 2'' x 15' 1'' (4.92m x 4.59m)

With up and over door and lighting

Log Store

8' 5'' x 15' 11'' (2.56m x 4.85m)

With useful storage space, stable door

Original Piggeries

With slate roof

Open Barn

15' 1'' x 16' 9'' (4.59m x 5.10m)

Further Shed

13' 3'' x 8' 0'' (4.04m x 2.44m)

Further Outbuildings

There are further outbuildings, one of which is situated behind and above the chicken shed and is a substantial double storey building


Having an upper paddock and a lower paddock both fencing with partly post and rail, hedging and sheep fencing with water trough mains tap in the upper field, tap in the lower field that a hosepipe will reach to main yard. There is an oil tank, orchard with a range of established fruit trees There is new access to the upper field via new access gates one to orchard, one to field and back down to where the stables are The lower field has mixed hedge and sheep fire fencing. There is an external yard with water trough on it. There are multiple small orchards To the front of the property is a large hardstanding with 9'00" wide main gate allowing access to the main drive down.

Planning Notes

1 - Consent (lapsed) to extend the house into the adjoining stone building to convert the property to a 5 bedrooms, 2 bathroom with a further reception room. (DC/0/42427) 2 - Consent (lapsed) to convert the L shaped stone buildings into 2/3 holiday cottages. (0/28370) 3 - Suspended application (with wildlife and other reports submitted) to convert the L shaped stone buildings in to a separate farmhouse' (DC/0/43085)


Groes LL16 5RY
County: Denbighshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: WP8513
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