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Rhewl Rhewl, Ruthin

Rhewl, Ruthin

Sold STC
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  • Video tour available
  • Three bedroom detached
  • Period stone farmhouse
  • Four reception rooms
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Set in one third of an acre
  • Approximately 1.5 miles from Ruthin
  • New oak effect uPVC double glazed windows throughout
  • Oil central heating
  • EPC Rating E-42

Video tour available - An outstanding period stone farmhouse which has undergone a programme of refurbishment, greatly extended with a contemporary design combining modern architecture and a very high specification throughout, together with detached garage, large and versatile outbuilding and beautifully landscaped gardens of about one third of acre in total. Located on a very secluded country lane setting yet only 1.5 miles from Ruthin. The accommodation comprises outbuilt oak framed porch, lobby, garden room, cloakroom, dining room, kitchen, snug, splendid lounge and utility room. First floor main landing, master bedroom with en-suite, secondary staircase leading to two further bedrooms both with en-suites. Double glazing, oil central heating. courtyard and delightful gardens. Rhewl is a popular rural village standing within the heart of the Vale Of Clwyd. The nearby market town of Ruthin is some 2.5 miles distant providing a good range of shopping facilities catering for most daily needs together with secondary schools and good road links towards Mold, Chester and Wrexham. EPC Rating E-42.



A fine solid oak framed outbuilt front porch with vaulted ceiling, solid stone floor, boxed window seat to one side and lantern light. Oak panelled and glazed door leading to:

Entrance Lobby

With doors off and archway leading from the entrance lobby to the garden room.


Refurbished with a contemporary white suite comprising vanity unit with bowl and low level WC. Attractive tiled walls to a decorative dado, new oak effect uPVC double glazed window with deep sill, oak panelled and boxed meter cupboard and panel radiator.

Garden Room

11' 0'' x 9' 7'' (3.35m x 2.92m)

A delightful room which is well lit with new oak effect uPVC double glazed french doors opening to the garden. Further new oak effect uPVC double glazed window to gable with deep hardwood sill, stone floor, feature exposed stonework to one wall and panel radiator.

Dining Room

15' 8'' x 15' 7'' (4.77m x 4.75m)

Formed within the original cottage, it has a splendid inglenook fireplace with exposed stone, raised hearth and a fine supporting beam. Free-standing cast iron multi-fuel fire grate and a decorative brick lined display niche. The dining room is sub-divided from the kitchen by original oak wall panelling and there is heavy beamed ceiling throughout. New oak effect uPVC double glazed window front elevation with deep hardwood sill, stone flooring, staircase rising off and panel radiator. Glazed door to snug.


13' 0'' x 11' 2'' (3.96m x 3.40m)

A bespoke kitchen with oak wall, drawer and base and solid granite working surfaces to include a matching island. White glazed Belfast sink with pewter tap, Integrated dishwasher and fridge. Pleasing views through a large new oak effect uPVC double glazed window in an easterly direction across farmland and the Clwydian Hills. Further window to the front elevation, stone tiled floor, heavy beamed ceiling and feature wall beams and a traditional piped radiator.

Utility Room

9' 10'' x 5' 7'' (2.99m x 1.70m)

Matching base and wall units, solid granite working surfaces incorporating drainer and stainless steel sink with mixer tap. new oak effect uPVC double glazed window, void and plumbing for washing machine, stone floor, walk in pantry cupboard with shelving. Panel radiator.


An inter-connecting room between the original house and extension, with picture windows affording an aspect to the Clywdian Hills. Staircase and a large under stairs cupboard. Panel radiator.

Sitting Room

22' 10'' x 17' 7'' (6.95m x 5.36m)

A splendid sitting room, which forms part of the contemporary extension. It has an outbuilt square bay with new oak effect uPVC double glazed full height windows and doors leading through to the garden. There is a fine polished Iranian marble fireplace and hearth with large multi-fuel stove, ceiling downlighters, TV aerial point and two panel radiators. Maple staircase with enclosed cupboard.

First Floor Landing

Approached via a delightful half moon landing with pleasing windows. Panel radiator.

Bedroom One

A bespoke range of outbuilt fitted wardrobes comprising three double door wardrobes together with a central gentleman's wardrobe and chest of drawers. New oak effect uPVC double glazed floor to ceiling double glazed window with westerly views. Ceiling downlighters and panel radiator.

Bedroom One En-suite

Fitted with a luxury white suite comprising a large slipper bath with mixer tap, contemporary bowl and low level WC. Part tiled walls with decorative dado, high gloss porcelain tiled floor, walk in shower cubicle with glazed screen and electric shower, fitted airing cupboard with slatted shelving, downlighters and chrome towel radiator.

Bedroom Two

A delightful room with a vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and wall beams. New low level oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill. Walk in wardrobe with hanging rail and high level shelf. Panel radiator.

Shower Room

Fitted with a luxury white suite comprising corner cubicle with electric shower, contemporary wash basin and low level WC. Amtico flooring, part tiled walls to a decorative dado, Velux roof light, exposed purlin and radiator.

Bedroom Three

A splendid room with a high vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and wall timbers. Two new oak effect uPVC double glazed windows with deep sills affording pleasing views. Radiator.

Bedroom Three En-suite

Fitted with a quality white suite comprising corner bath with combination shower and tap unit, pedestal wash basin and WC. Part tiled walls to a decorative dado, exposed purling, Amtico flooring and panel radiator.


The property is bounded to the lane by a substantial stone wall with a wide splayed entrance and two five bar gates opening to a brick paved driveway, which extends across the front elevation of the house also providing access to a further courtyard and an architect designed, purpose built garage.

Detached Garage

18' 2'' x 16' 6'' (5.53m x 5.03m)

Of random stone faced construction in the main with a pitched slate clad roof, with a deep canopy entrance and fine cedar panelled up and over door. It benefits from electric light and power and an independent alarm system. To the rear is a panelled door opening to:


16' 7'' x 5' 7'' (5.05m x 1.70m)

Electric light and power installed and personal door leading to the garden.


The courtyard is a delightful area located adjoining the front elevation of the house, with substantial stone wall and wide entrance leading to a gravelled courtyard providing parking with a raised patio area and flower beds to one side. The building is 'L' shaped and provides two principal buildings:

Outbuilding One

30' 2'' x 14' 5'' (9.19m x 4.39m)

Three openings to the courtyard. It has electric light and power and secure garden store to one corner.

Outbuilding Two

44' 3'' x 16' 3'' (13.48m x 4.95m)

A further wing with three openings to the courtyard.


The property stands within grounds of about one third of an acre. The gardens are mainly to the north west elevations providing extensive sweeping lawns with established and well stocked flower and shrub borders, a raised stone flagged patio and pleasing views over adjoining countryside. To one corner is a Malvern Hopton timber panelled and cedar roof glad hexagonal summerhouse. There is a further garden area.


From the Ruthin office proceed left up Well Street to the roundabout, take the second exit to proceed down Clwyd Street, and on reaching the junction with Mwrog Street bear right and immediately left onto Denbigh Road. Follow the road out of town, continuing straight across the mini roundabout and follow the road for about 1 mile. On reaching the sign for Rhewl village continue for some 50 yards and take the first left turning onto a minor, narrow country lane towards Bontuchel (not signposted). Continue for 0.6 mile and Ty Draw will be found on the left hand side.


Rhewl Rhewl
Ruthin LL15 2TS
County: Denbighshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: WP8821
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