Tremeirchion, St Asaph


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  • Bedrooms: 5
Georgian stone built property. A most stunning and impressive country home occupying a secluded position in the heart of the village of Tremeirchion, 4.5 miles from the cathedral city of St Asaph and the A55 Expressway. The property is immaculately presented and has been sympathetically restored to retain many character features throughout. The Old Vicarage and its Coach House would lend itself to multi-generational living and/or holiday lets due to the size and arrangement of the accommodation and really must be viewed to appreciate its quality and potential. In brief, the property comprises a large reception hall leading to the drawing room and dining room, an inner hallway leading to the study and open plan sitting room/kitchen/breakfast area, and a further hallway with bathroom, utility room, staircase down to the cellar and staircase up to the 1st floor Coach House annexe rooms. Continued over.../


Off the main reception hall, a beautiful staircase leads upwards to a large split level landing, master bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom off, and three further bedrooms to include a guest bedroom with en-suite. The property is approached via large double gates opening through to a gravelled courtyard providing parking spaces and to the Coach House ground floor rooms which are presently used as a studio/workshop. The formal landscaped gardens enjoy beautiful views and there are several seating areas from which the gardens can be enjoyed to include a raised decked area off the kitchen. The property is well screened from the village road and affords considerable seclusion and privacy.


Tremeirchion is a popular rural village situated almost equidistant between the town of Denbigh and the cathedral city of St Asaph. The A55 Expressway is within 2 miles and provides a link to Chester,( 24.8 miles) Liverpool, Manchester and the North Wales Coast. The railway network provides access from Flint to London Euston ( 2 hours 10 minutes). The property occupies an elevated position on the village road and the Offa's Dyke path and beautiful countryside is in close proximity.


Hardwood and partially glazed front door, leading into the;


20'4 x 9'1 (6.20m x 2.77m)

Impressive hallway with high ceilings, moulded ceiling coving and rose. Spindle staircase leading to the split level galleried landing, exposed wooden flooring, solid wood doors into both rooms.


17'8 x 13'3 (5.38m x 4.04m)

Double glazed Georgian windows to the front elevation, high ceilings with moulded coving and a ceiling rose, picture rails, open fireplace with grate, marbled surround with mantle over and a slate hearth and exposed wooden floor.



21'2 max (17'3min) x 13'5 (6.45m max ( 5.26m x 4.09m)

Double glazed bay window to the front elevation with the original shutters, high ceilings with moulded coving and a ceiling rose, picture rails, open fireplace, marble surround with mantle over and a slate hearth and exposed wooden floor.


With storage cupboard, door leading to the cellar and slate flooring.


13'3 x 9'4 (4.04m x 2.84m)

Double glazed window to the side overlooking the courtyard, multi fuel burner set on a slate hearth with traditional fire surround. Built-in cupboards to either side, exposed wooden floor.


12'9 x 10'9 (3.89m x 3.28m)

Double glazed window to the side, with store under the sill, multi fuel burner in an exposed stone recessed fireplace with a wooden beam over, ceramic tiled flooring which continues through to the kitchen through the archway.


18'6 x 9'10 (5.64m x 3.00m)

A bright and spacious room having a contrasting contemporary feel with double doors out on to the decked area, double glazed windows to the rear and side, exposed purlins with spotlights and Velux roof windows . Ivory fronted base units with oak effect surfaces and with an integrated dishwasher, fridge, double oven with hob and an extractor over. Central island with stainless steel sink with pull down mixer tap. Tiled floor and white bevelled edge part tiled walls.


Side entrance door, tiled floor and turned staircase to the coach house accommodation with a window to the rear, slate flooring through to the utility and shower room. Access to the inner hall and main reception hall.


12'4max (11'8min) X 7'7 max(4'4min (3.76m ( 3.56m X 2.31m max ( 1.32m)

Stable door to the rear and Velux roof window . Base units with an inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap and space for an American style fridge freezer, double glazed leaded window to the shower room. Slate effect flooring and bevelled edge white wall tiling to part.


Formerly the bakehouse with the original bread oven and exposed stone wall, a room of character comprising three piece suite to include a fully tiled shower enclosure, w.c and wash basin, ceiling spotlights and ceramic flooring.


With turned staircase leading from the side hall up to the first floor of the coach house.


12'3max (8'10 min) x 12'1 (3.73m ( 2.69m min) x 3.68m)

With a double glazed window to the front elevation over looking the court yard with a window seat below, exposed purlins and wooden floor.


12'5 x 9'0 max ( 7'5 min) (3.78m x 2.74m max ( 2.26m min))

With double glazed window to the front elevation, exposed purlins and wooden floor.


Staircase from the main hall to the split level landing area with skylight, and leading upwards to the principal bedrooms.


Double arched doors opening into a spacious family bathroom consisting of a four piece white suite with a bath, pedestal wash basin, enclosed shower unit and w.c, glazed window to the side and original glazed window to the rear with coloured leaded glass.


Steps up to upper landing area with wooden panel doors leading off to all bedrooms.


16'4 x 13'1 (4.98m x 3.99m)

Double glazed window to the front with stunning views towards Snowdonia, Original cast iron feature fireplace, concealed shoe store and door into;


10'6 X 8'9 (3.20m X 2.67m)

Fitted three piece suite comprising of modern vanity unit with white gloss cupboards under, shower enclosure and w.c, double glazed window to the rear, original cast iron fireplace, tiled flooring and heated towel rail.


With shelving and hanging space.


16'9 x 13'3 (5.11m x 4.04m)

With the original cast iron fire place, double glazed window to the front with views towards Snowdonia.


Fitted three piece suite with wash hand basin, w.c, shower enclosure, tiled flooring and heated towel rail.


13'7 x 10'7 (4.14m x 3.23m)

With double glazed window to the side, built in wardrobe and original cast iron fire place.


11'3 x 9'1 (3.43m x 2.77m)

Double glazed window to the front with views over towards Snowdonia.


The large cellar is made up of three areas, the original wine store, the laundry room which has a door to access the garden , and a further store area.


The entrance to the property is via large wooden gates opening onto a gravelled courtyard providing parking spaces. Steps then lead down to the delightful lawned gardens which enjoy far reaching views of Snowdonia and are bounded by mature hedges, fences and with various shrubs and trees interspersed through the grounds. There are pleasant outdoor seating areas to include the recently installed decked area off the kitchen


Brick built outhouse and stone built log store.



From the Agent's Denbigh Office bear left at the High Street and proceed down Vale Street. Turn left at the traffic lights and continue to the main roundabout on the edge of the town. Take the second exit following the signs for St Asaph (A525) and on reaching the traffic lights at Trefnant turn right. After a short distance take the second left and follow this road down the hill and upon reaching the 'T' junction turn right. Follow the country lane for approximately 2 miles, proceeding up the hill and upon entering Tremeirchion village, turn right at the T junction and take the first left up the hill signposted Holywell . Thereafter the entrance to the property will be seen on the left hand side before the Church.


By appointment through the Agent's Denbigh Office 01745 816650.

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