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Coed Duon, Tremeirchion


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Coed Duon is situated in the sought after Vale of Clwyd and is within two miles of the popular village of Tremeirchion. It occupies an idyllic rural position and stands overlooking open countryside with far reaching views. The property is not remote and is conveniently placed to the market towns of St. Asaph and Denbigh which both offer a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and private and state schooling. On the recreational front there are country walks along the Clwydian Range, several golf courses and hunting with the Flint and Denbigh. The A55 expressway allows for easy access along the North Wales coast and to Chester, with St. Asaph 4 miles, Denbigh 4 miles, the A55, 5 miles and Chester about 30 miles. The property was built in the mid 20th Century but has in recent years been extended and remodelled to provide a generously proportioned family home with a contemporary interior. No expense appears to have been spared in its refurbishment and the property is extremely light and airy. It has been finished to a high specification and benefits by way of the usual refinements of gas central heating and double glazing. The current owners have provided Bed & Breakfast accommodation and the property is well suited to family occupation. Suited to equestrian pursuits with ample stabling and a range of out buildings the property is a rare find and can be described as ‘ready to walk into’.


IMPRESSIVE RECEPTION HALL: 21′ 1" x 14′ 9" (6.44m x 4.50m) Having marble flooring throughout, inset spot lighting and radiator.

WALK IN CLOAKS: Having fitted shelving, hanging rails, marble flooring and radiator.

GROUND FLOOR W.C.: 6′ 9" x 5′ 6" (2.07m x 1.70m) With a close coupled syphonic low flush w.c., ‘Duravit’ wash hand basin inset in vanity unit, radiator and inset spot lighting.


DRAWING ROOM: 26′ 10" maximum x 16′ 7" (8.20m x 5.07m) Enjoying splendid rural views with a 180 degree panorama enjoying far reaching views towards the Clwydian Range. Having an open feature fireplace with a ministerley styled fire with raised slate hearth, Oak parquet style flooring, radiators, inset spot lighting and a recessed area for wifi and televisions. French doors abound providing access onto a large decked patio ideal for Alfresco dining and entertaining.

OFFICE: 21′ 5" x 6′ 5" (6.53m x 1.98m) Enjoying an outlook over the front and side of the property with far reaching views. With a radiator, Oak flooring, power points and inset spot lighting.

SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM: 18′ 8" x 13′ 4" (5.70m x 4.07m) With marble flooring throughout, overlooking the long front ranch style driveway, power points and radiator.


KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST AREA: 28′ 3" x 19′ 5" maximum (8.62m x 5.92m) Having a bespoke range of units incorporating a built in Aga, polished granite worktop surfaces including an island peninsular, with a one and a quarter bowl sink unit and spot lighting. The breakfast area enjoys a splendid panorama with 6 meter bi – fold doors providing access onto the patio enjoying superb views towards the Vale of Clwyd and the Clwydian hills. A range of ‘De Dietrich’ appliances including a gas hob, coffee maker, dishwasher and combination microwave, oven and grill. Under floor heating with marble floor and inset spot lighting.

UTILITY ROOM: 12′ 4" x 9′ 8" (3.77m x 2.96m) With a range of white fronted units, stainless steel sink unit, comprehensive range of base cupboards, inset spot lighting, marble floor and boiler enclosure housing a wall mounted central heating boiler with a large hot water storage facility.

SIDE VESTIBULE: 7′ 3" x 5′ 3" (2.22m x 1.61m) Having a cloaks store cupboard, port hole window overlooking the front and inset spot lighting.


GALLERIED LANDING WITH LARGE PICTURE WINDOW: 34′ 10" x 7′ 3" maximum (10.62m x 2.23m) narrowing to 3’7" (1.13m) Having a box bay window overlooking the front of the property, inset spot lighting and access into eaves storage.


DRESSING ROOM: 10′ 0" x 11′ 6" (3.05m x 3.53m) Having mirrored fitted wardrobes, access into eaves storage, inset spot lighting, radiator and power points.

BEDROOM ONE: 18′ 1" x 14′ 7" into bay (5.53m x 4.47m) With a triple window aspect enjoying far reached rural views, power points, radiator and inset spot lighting.

ENSUITE: 11′ 4" x 10′ 4" (3.47m x 3.17m) Having a walk in shower, wetroom styled marble floor, contemporary wash basin on a raised vanity unit, inset spot lighting, extractor fan, large tub bath, chrome heated towel rail, matching tiled walls and close coupled low flush w.c..

BEDROOM SIX: 14′ 2" x 6′ 9" (4.32m x 2.08m) Currently used as a linen room. With Oak flooring, inset spot lighting and radiator.

BEDROOM TWO: 11′ 5" x 10′ 9" (3.49m x 3.29m) Having an outlook over the front of the property. With a radiator, double fitted wardrobes and power points.

ENSUITE: 7′ 5" x 2′ 9" (2.28m x 0.86m) With a tiled shower cubicle, wash basin inset in vanity unit, low flush w.c. and tiled walls.

BEDROOM THREE: 17′ 8" x 10′ 9" (5.39m x 3.28m) Having power points, inset spot lighting, radiator and French doors leading onto a balcony with stunning far reaching rural views.

ENSUITE: 10′ 2" x 5′ 0" (3.10m x 1.54m) With a low flush w.c., wash hand basin, shower cubicle, radiator and wetroom style flooring.


INNER LANDING 4′ 7" x 4′ 2" (1.41m x 1.29m)

BEDROOM FOUR: 13′ 11" x 9′ 11" (4.25m x 3.03m) With two double fitted wardrobes, radiator, power points and rural aspect looking over the long rear garden.

BATHROOM: 8′ 10" x 7′ 8" (2.71m x 2.36m) Having a four piece suite comprising tub bath, close coupled low flush w.c., wash hand basin, shower with glazed screen, electric shaver point, inset spot lighting, tiled floor, contrasting tiled walls and chrome heated towel rail.


LANDING: 6′ 2" x 3′ 11" (1.89m x 1.21m) Having a velux light providing a panorama looking towards the Clwydian Hills, inset spot lighting and radiator.

SHOWER ROOM: 8′ 11" x 7′ 4" (2.72m x 2.24m) With wetroom style flooring, part tiled walls, radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., extractor fan, inset spot lighting and a useful built in storage.

BEDROOM FIVE: 21′ 7" x 10′ 3" (6.59m x 3.13m) Having three velux ceiling lights providing a splendid rural panorama, radiator, inset spot lighting and power points.

OUTSIDE: The property is approached with automated wrought iron gates with brick pillars leading to a long sweeping driveway which leads you to the front of the property. Ample parking for several vehicles with a large double garage block. Below the house, the drive leads to an L shaped stable yard incorporating loose boxes, small open barn, gymnasium and studio room. Floodlit ménage with sand and rubber surface with draining system. Three grazing paddocks with post and rail fencing and mains water. Below the garden is a small fruit bearing orchard with a greenhouse and raised vegetable beds. A path leads to an attractive wood with matured beech, sycamore, chestnut ash and sycamore trees.

SEVICES: Mains water, gas and electricity are believed available or connected to the property with private drainage via a septic tank. Gas central heating. For the benefit of the security conscious the property has closed circuit television and a full burglar system. The property enjoys broadband connection, cats cabling to the main rooms and closed circuit televisions.

DIRECTIONS: From the Prestatyn Office bear left onto Meliden Road and proceed over the mini roundabout into the Village of Meliden. Procced out of the Village and continue to Rhuddlan, at the roundabout take the second exit proceeding through the High Street and continue over the bridge. At the roundabout take the first exit onto A525 towards St Asaph, turning left up the High Street and turn right at the top by the Bryn Dinas public house. Continue for about 2.4 miles passing the Tweedmill Factory Outlet. At the Trefnant traffic lights turn left signposted Mold and follow the road as it bears to the right. Continue along the straight for about 3/4 miles turning left towards Tremeirchion and proceed over the bridge up the hill after approximately 0.8 miles the property can be seen on the right hand side.

TENURE: Freehold.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Denbighshire County Council.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: Council Tax Band G.

AGENTS NOTES: Coed Duon B&B offers panoramic views from all rooms and is 10 minutes’ drive from St Asaph. All rooms have en-suite facilities, free WiFi, TV and coffee/tea machines. There is a large lounge for guests to use, and secure off-road parking.This property also has one of the best-rated locations in St Asaph! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area. This property is also rated for the best value in St Asaph! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

Customer review:
"Absolutely out of this world – a stunning home and location. Perfect to get away and relax in the tranquility of the countryside but still be a short drive away from the coast. The room was fantastic – top quality everything – the comfiest bed, beautifully furnished and sleek. The accommodation itself was extremely homely and inviting with opportunities for private use of a lounging area and outside patio with substantial views. A forest walk just off to the back of the property was perfect for a brisk walk to take in the stunning views. Breakfast was of an excellent quality – aga cooked to perfection – beautifully presented and a variety of options for breakfast. Hostesses were fantastic – lovely down to earth and most accommodating."


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