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A character 19th century barn conversion with land in a picturesque location on the banks of the River Clwyd. The barn is believed to have been built in 1801 as a threshing barn for the neighbouring farm house and is constructed of lime stone on a stone plinth under a tall slate roof. The building is imposing with tall windows in the centre, with various glazed ventilation slits in particular on the gable end creating swathes of light in the main living areas. The current owner purchased the building and began a full restoration program which was completed in 1991 and now offers a unique and open style of living over 3 floors. Internally a great amount of consideration has been taken in creating a character style property by using a majority of reclaimed materials to make the oak staircases and bannisters, quarry tiled and slate slab flooring and oak doors complemented by modern double glazing throughout. EPC Rating G 13.
Llanerchgron Barn occupies a private position enjoying a rural aspect to the rear overlooking open countryside up towards the Clwydian range. Situated at the southern end of the Vale of Clwyd on the boundary of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are scenic walks along the Clwydian range, golf courses locally at Ruthin-Pwllglas, Denbigh and Mold, fishing on several rivers including fishing rights on the River Clwyd and numerous local shoots. Llanerchgron Barn is some 3½ miles to the south of the historic town of Ruthin which offers a comprehensive range of services including shops, restaurants and pubs however there is the local community led shop, Siop Pwllglas, which has been awarded ‘The Farm Shop and Deli Awards Local Shop of the year winner’. Major supermarkets are all within easy access and there are private schools in Ruthin, Denbigh and St Asaph.
The area enjoys good communications with an excellent road networks to Denbigh, Mold and Wrexham. The A55 is within 16 mile allowing for ease of access along the North Wales coast and to Chester beyond which the expressway connects with the M53 and M56 motorways. Both Liverpool and Manchester are within daily travelling distance and served by international airports. For travel to London there is a rail service from Chester to Euston which offers a daily 2 hour direct service.
12' 0'' x 4' 1'' (3.65m x 1.24m)
Slate floor and feature windows.
Oil fired Eurocal boiler and plumbing.
18' 10'' x 14' 9'' (5.74m x 4.49m)
Traditional oak wall and base units under granite work surfaces incorporating 5 ring Hotpoint gas hob which is served by bottled gas, extractor over, sink unit, quarry tiled floor and full length breakfast bar and opening to the dining hall.
21' 5'' x 15' 3'' (6.52m x 4.64m)
In the centre of the property the vendors have created a full height dining room with galleried reception rooms above. This room enjoys a lovely aspect over the rear garden through tall glazed doors and windows ideal for entertaining with the option of moving outside onto the deck for alfresco dining. The room has a 18 kw woodburner for the winter months.
18' 10'' x 12' 11'' (5.74m x 3.93m)
The master bedroom offers a large amount of potential wardrobe space. Current it has a walk in wardrobe.
13' 0'' x 5' 9'' (3.96m x 1.75m)
A modern four piece suite recently finished to a superb standard comprising walk-in shower, low flush WC, sink set into a vanity unit, BATH and tiled floor.
The first floor is accessed via an oak staircase to a stunning full height sitting room.
41' 0'' x 19' 8'' (12.49m x 5.99m)
The gable wall displays the character of the barn with symmetrical ventilation slits, tall ceilings with sturdy exposed beams and a substantial wood burning stove. A baluster surrounds the galleried sitting area with a walkway across to the study and library area.
Complete with fitted shelving.
12' 11'' x 9' 1'' (3.93m x 2.77m)
Double bedroom with walk in wardrobe.
12' 11'' x 9' 1'' (3.93m x 2.77m)
Family shower room with shower enclosure, low flush WC, sink, ladder style radiator and floor to ceiling tiling.
16' 9'' x 13' 1'' (5.10m x 3.98m)
A set of stairs leads up to a further double bedroom which has storage space and velux windows making it a particularly light room.
Llanerchgron Barn is approached over stone and gravel drive flanked by hedge onto the additional land and trees along the road side. The land is currently used for crops and has a separate 5 bar gate access onto the drive to the house as well as an independent side access. To the front of the property there is a gravelled turning circle with floodlit parking beneath north front. To the side of the property is a tall wrought iron gate over a stone and gravel path leading to the rear garden which enjoys a beautiful southerly aspect. The gardens are laid to lawn with some borders containing Wisteria and Mulberry alongside a raised decked, which is ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining. Stone steps lead down to a rectangular lawn which would be ideal as a tennis court or leisure complex if required. The local council have historically indicated that they would be open to granting a permission for a detached garage with accommodation within this area. Beyond is a small orchard with plums, pears and apples beside which the drive continues to the outbuilding and access to the additional land and the surrounding paddocks. The building is constructed of stone and timber cladding and comprises an office with adjoining workshop which could also be used as stables. There is a first floor store area which is accessed via a ladder. A gate leads to a paddock which is L-shaped and wraps around the building and abuts the River Clwyd where the property has the benefit of fishing rights. To the north of the property is approximately 8.7 acres of land currently being used as agricultural land. This is currently available by separate negotiation.
From Ruthin travel south on the A494 Corwen Road for approximately 3½ miles and the entrance track will be seen on the left hand side indicated by our For Sale sign.
Services: Mains electric, private water via a borehole and private drainage via a septic tank. Oil central heating, LPG for the stove. Telephone line connected.
1 Crown Square