Rare opportunity to acquire a character smallholding in Denbighshire

Posted by LindaStenner on September 14, 2018

Rare opportunity to acquire a character smallholding in Denbighshire

September 14, 2018 at 9:00 AM

A rare opportunity to acquire a character smallholding with period farmhouse, traditional and modern outbuildings and productive land extending in all to 17.75 acres (7.18 ha) or thereabouts, has arisen with the sale of Segrwyd Ucha, Peniel Road, Denbigh. 

Situated in an idyllic rural setting with far reaching views of rolling countryside scenery, including the Clwydian Hills, the property is on the market with Davis Meade Property Consultants at a guide price of £535,000. 

The imposing five bedroom period farmhouse which dates back to 1752 affords well-proportioned accommodation and is offered with a comprehensive range of traditional and more modern outbuildings have potential for alternative use, subject to statutory consents. 

“Seldom does the opportunity arise to acquire a property with such characteristics as Segrwyd Ucha,” said Eifion Bibby, agent in charge of the sale at the Colwyn Bay office of Davis Meade Property Consultants.

“The property is just 2.5 miles from the historic market town Denbigh and will appeal to purchasers seeking a small holding/lifestyle property as well as those interested in developing a business venture such as a potential equestrian facility. Speculative purchasers may also be considering seeking planning consent for residential or holiday lets.” 

The five bedroom farmhouse which requires partial upgrading, is built substantially from stone and part brick under a slate roof, and is principally double glazed. 

The accommodation comprises: ground floor vestibule with stained glass feature window; hall with staircase off; front-facing living room with bay window, tiled surround feature fireplace exposed timber floorboards; sitting room with part bay window, tiled back and timber surround feature fireplace, exposed timber floor boards with views on to the front; “study” with feature fireplace surround housing a Daikin heating appliance; and washroom with hand basin and WC. 

The kitchen/dining room lounge has an expansive open plan area, range of base and wall storage and display cupboards, sink and drainer with mixer taps, electric cooker point with extractor unit, plumbing to dishwasher, inset fireplace with wood burner, storage cupboards , staircase off and under stairs store and rear door access to open porch. The utility room has plumbing for washing machine and range of base cupboards and shelving and door to side grounds.

On the first floor a landing leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom with cast iron bath, wc, basin and shower cubicle. On the secondary landing there are three more bedrooms with views to the front and side. 

Outside there is an enclosed garden area to the front and side containing lawn, shrubs and floral borders. 

The comprehensive range of traditional and more modern farm outbuildings comprise: stone and part brick old bake/ wash house and attached store, traditional stone cart house, stables and former granary; loose box of chiefly stone and part brick; barn and shippon of stone and brick with attached corrugated former dairy and adjoining byre; stone loose housing livestock building with attached loose box and adjoining monopitch store; three-bay portal frame cattle shed; four-bay portal frame open fronted hay/general purpose building and four-bay storage general-purpose open fronted shed 

There is direct roadside access to the productive agricultural land which extends to the front of the homestead and a further small parcel adjoins at the rear.  

Viewing arrangements are by prior appointment through the agents Colwyn bay office telephone:  01492 510360 or email eifionbibby@dmpcuk.com or view the particulars at  www.dmpropertyconsultants.com

 

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