Bod Hyfryd, Heol Esgob, St. Asaph
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Sat Nav to LL17 0PN
Property SummaryWere delighted to offer for sale this characterful cottage on the outskirts of the small cathedral city of St Asaph, in Denbighshire, North Wales.
This double-fronted property has many charming features, combining a traditional feel with the necessities of modern living.
Nearby access to the A55 the North Wales Expressway means the main city of St Asaph is in easy reach. Also close by is St Asaph Cricket Club and the River Elwy, as well as local amenities including the Post Office and local stores, a pharmacy and library. The local primary school, Esgob Morgan, was rated as Good in its most recent Estyn inspection.
A key feature of the house is the large split-level lounge which runs the full length of the property on one side. A low step offers a natural divide, making it easy to use the room as two separate spaces if desired. There are several alcoves which give the room its own distinct style and could be used to showcase key pieces of furniture.
A small conservatory to the rear of the house overlooks the rear garden area and would make the perfect computer room or private study.
The kitchen is light and airy with a range of built-in cupboards and shelving in an attractive light-wood design and a fitted extractor hood. There is space for a small breakfast table and seating, making it more versatile than many modern kitchens. As well as a door opening to the rear of the property, the kitchen also has access to both the lounge and separate dining room, which features a useful under-stairs cupboard.
On the first floor are three good-sized bedrooms, one with fitted with a full-width wardrobe. The house bathroom features some wood panelling and is decorated in a cheerful blue shade, with a shower over the bath and safety handrails. There is a separate toilet.
The rear of the property is accessed by a gate, where there is space for private off-street parking. As its laid mainly to paving, the garden is perfect for those who enjoy container gardening and low-maintenance horticulture, and there is a large greenhouse, summerhouse and separate storage shed. The front garden, enclosed by low railings and walls, is well-stocked with a range of flowers, trees and shrubs and make an attractive main entrance area to the house.
Other features of this brick-built property include double glazing throughout and predominantly low-energy fixed lighting. A gas-fired central heating system is controlled by a programmable thermostat.
In our view, the house is ideal for a couple or young family looking for a property which is low-maintenance but also offers potential to become a unique, stand-out-from-the-crowd family home.
SITTING ROOM: 21 8 (6.60m) x 10 2 (3.10m)
DINING ROOM: 12 10 (3.90m) x 10 2 (3.10m)
KITCHEN: 13 7 (4.15m) x 8 6 (2.60m)
CONSERVATORY: 7 10 (2.40m) x 7 7 (2.30m)
BEDROOM 1: 14 9 (4.50m) x 8 8 (2.65m)
BEDROOM 2: 11 4 (3.45m) x 10 6 (3.20m)
BEDROOM 3: 11 2 (3.40m) x 8 8 (2.65m)
BATHROOM: 9 2 (2.80m) x 8 2 (2.50m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.