Bryn Egryn, Linden Walk, Prestatyn, LL19 9ED
Enjoying fantastic far reaching views and perfectly located on a highly desirable road within strolling distance of Prestatyn town centre - an exceptional late Edwardian seven bedroom, three bathroom detached house of considerable character and quality offering beautifully appointed and very flexible accommodation with viewing absolutely essential to appreciate its excellence.
Bryn Egryn is an outstanding late Edwardian detached house that is perfectly located within upper Prestatyn. Linden Walk is an excellent residential address where properties are continually in demand and rarely become available. Having not been offered for sale for many years, Bryn Egryn is a terrific buying opportunity an ideal for those with a large family who want a position that combines excellent far reaching coastal views with the convenience of strolling distance proximity to Prestatyn's increasingly impressive range of amenities.
The house itself is a three storey dwelling and has tremendous charm, character and build quality. The numerous features in the house will quickly become apparent upon inspection but particular attention is drawn to the fantastic original fireplaces throughout the house, the superb entrance hall with wooden flooring, the kitchen with Aga and the high quality garden room extension to the side with self cleaning K-glass roof. Other features of note include the delightful stained glass windows and a magnificent bespoke wooden staircase from the hall leading up to the landing.
The accommodation is superbly flexible with numerous reception rooms at ground floor level. Right at the front of the house is a lovely entrance conservatory and a porch which leads to the principal reception hall. As already mentioned this reception hall is a striking feature of the property and provides the perfect initial impression as to what is to follow. The reception rooms at ground floor level include a drawing room, sitting room, dining room, breakfast room and conservatory/garden room to the side. There is in addition a well equipped kitchen with Aga, cloakroom, lobby and utility room. As already mentioned many of the rooms have fantastic period features many of which are original to the initial build.
At first floor level the accommodation continues to impress with two large double bedrooms, each having an en-suite and there being a further two bedrooms and family bathroom. Crowning the building on the second floor are three further bedrooms and a library/study area.
The external environment is an absolute delight with two detached garages, a long sweeping driveway and superbly stocked well established gardens to all sides of the house. The gardens include lawned expanses, high mature trees, numerous flowering shrubs and plants, raised patio areas and additional outbuildings which are extremely useful.
Wright Marshall estate agents are renowned for selling individual homes in the North West of England and North Wales which are noticeable for their quality, distinctiveness and appeal. This wonderful opportunity perfectly fulfils that criteria and a viewing is essential.
LOCATION Prestatyn is a delightful North Wales town that is located within the country of Denbighshire. The population is believed to be around 20,000 and the town forms part of the Vale of Clwyd constituency. The town has a fantastic range of amenities that cater for all ages and interests. The high street itself is historic and has a lovely combination of traditional independent units combined with an increasingly impressive array of national chain stores. These changes were crystalized with the creation of Prestatyn retain park which has within it numerous stores of note include Marks & Spencers, Next, Boots, Tesco, Costa Coffee and TK Max. On the high street itself set amongst some of the more independent outlets is the fantastic Scala cinema which is a very rare amenity for such a town and is a key social hub and focal point of activity.
Prestatyn is fantastically located being close to the A55 and linking well to the north west of England and Cheshire. The town also has the benefit of a very popular railway station with surprisingly quick connections to many commercial centres and indeed rural beauty spots which includes daily direct services via Virgin rail to Euston London which takes 2 hrs 40 mins. Towards the sea front there is the Ffrith beach festival gardens and an international class indoor bowling centre. As one would expect of a town in Prestatyn's location there are some wonderful walks on the doorstep down to the sea, up to the mountains and also along the old railway line on the North Wales coastline which is now a designated walking path which goes right through to Dyserth. The town as a whole is at the northern end of Offa's Dyke path although not actually on Offa's Dyke itself. There is a designated bus station within Prestatyn with buses provided by Arriva Buses Wales.
The town is renowned for its excellent community spirit with annual events including a flower show and carnival. It should also be noted that there are numerous churches in the town representing different denominations. In terms of education there are a range of primary schools and a large and thriving State secondary school known as Prestatyn High School.
FRONT CONSERVATORY 17' 10" x 6' 7" (5.44m x 2.01m) Double glazed throughout with a double panel radiator and power points. French doors give access onto the front of the property
ENTRANCE PORCH 7' 11" x 5' 11" (2.41m x 1.8m) With a meter cupboard, original tiled floor, solid Oak door and a cloaks area.
RECEPTION HALL 13' 11" x 10' 8" (4.24m x 3.25m) Having a French solid fuel stove set onto a contrasting green tiled plinth with tiled back, Pseudo Tudor style timber frame feature above, Oak flooring and stained glass windows overlooking the front conservatory.
DRAWING ROOM 16' 7" x 17' 9" (5.05m x 5.41m) Measurements taken into bay. Having an Edwardian feature fireplace incorporating a tiled hearth, tiled insert, decorative over mantle complete with a bevel edge mirror, radiators, serving hatch through to the dining room, power points and a large bay window with original stained glass providing an aspect over the side of the property.
SITTING ROOM 16' 1" x 13' 11" (4.9m x 4.24m) Measurements taken into bay. Having an Edwardian open feature fireplace with a cast iron grate, decorative tiling, timber over mantle and surround, power points throughout and a feature bay window giving an aspect over the front.Sliding doors through to:-
DINING ROOM 14' 11" x 13' 10" (4.55m x 4.22m) With an Edwardian feature fireplace having a cast iron open fire, tiled inserts and hearth, timber over mantle and surround with a bevel edge mirror inset to the upper display, built in China cupboard, serving hatch to kitchen,
radiators and power points. Glazed doors lead to:
GARDEN ROOM 15' 5" x 12' 4" (4.7m x 3.76m) Excluding recess. Having a radiator, ceramic flooring, double glazing, French doors to the front and rear, vaulted ceiling and exposed supporting pine timbers.
INNER LOBBY 12' 11" x 3' 10" (3.94m x 1.17m) With a radiator, Oak flooring and understairs store.
BREAKFAST ROOM 13' 1" x 12' 7" (3.99m x 3.84m) Measurements taken into bay. With a box bay window giving an aspect over the rear gardens, recessed alcove with feature tiling, double panel radiator, power points throughout and original serving hatch through to the lounge.
UTILITY ROOM 9' 3" x 8' 5" (2.82m x 2.57m) Having access onto the rear garden, stainless steel top sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted wall cupboards and base units, Worcester gas fired central heating boiler supplying the radiators and domestic hot water.
CLOAKROOM 8' 3" x 3' 10" (2.51m x 1.17m) With a low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, Oak flooring and a double panel radiator.
KITCHEN 13' 9" x 13' 2" (4.19m x 4.01m) Having an Aga gas fired cooking range, a range of comprehensive light Oak front units with matching fitted wall cupboards, incorporating a microwave, 'Neff' oven, integrated fridge freezer and plumbing for automatic dishwasher. Oak flooring throughout, larder store cupboard, power points, tiled splash back, double glazed window overlooking the side and rear and access to the rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR 15' 10" x 13' 10" (4.83m x 4.22m) Accessed from reception hall with a quarter landing and half landing.Having a Mahogany balustrade, window seat with an outlook over the front of the property with views towards the coast, radiator, power points
MASTER BEDROOM 18' 4" x 13' 10" (5.59m x 4.22m) With a range of fitted bedroom furniture including wardrobes, dresser units and knee hole dresser unit, double panel radiator, power points throughout and a twin window aspect providing a splendid panorama looking over
Prestatyn town towards the Irish Sea.
EN-SUITE 14' 0" x 7' 6" (4.27m x 2.29m) Having a five piece suite comprising a timber panelled bath, bidet, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and purpose built shower cubicle. Part tiled walls, heated towel rail, double panel radiator and an electric shaver point
BEDROOM TWO (GUEST ROOM) 15' 11" x 13' 11" (4.85m x 4.24m) With an original open cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and timber painted surround, power points and double glazed window giving an aspect over the front.
EN-SUITE 11' 11" x 5' 10" (3.63m x 1.78m) Having a three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and a low flush w.c.. Radiator, part tiled walls, wall mounted multi point water heater supplying the domestic hot water to the bathroom.
BEDROOM THREE 16' 9" x 13' 11" (5.11m x 4.24m) Having an outlook over the side of the property with views towards the hillside, radiator and power points.
INNER LANDING With a double panel radiator and a good size store cupboard.
BEDROOM FOUR 13' 10" x 8' 3" (4.22m x 2.51m) Presently used as a study/needle work room. Having a radiator, power points and an outlook towards the hillside.
FAMILY BATHROOM 9' 6" x 7' 6" (2.9m x 2.29m) . With a four piece suite comprising bath with shower over, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and a bidet. Part tiled walls and an obscure uPVC double glazed window.
SECOND FLOOR 0m
LANDING/LIBRARY 14' 11" x 6' 7" (4.55m x 2.01m) Having a double panel radiator, power points and velux window with views towards the coast.
STORAGE CUPBOARD 7' 11" x 3' 10" (2.41m x 1.17m)
BEDROOM FIVE 20' 1" x 10' 11" (6.12m x 3.33m) Having a radiator, power points and a bow window supplying a splendid panorama looking towards the coast.
BEDROOM SIX 12' 5" x 9' 7" (3.78m x 2.92m) With an original open feature fireplace with a mahogany surround, velux ceiling light overlooking the rear.
BEDROOM SEVEN/STUDY 14' 6" x 10' 7" (4.42m x 3.23m) Having access to eaves storage, power points, radiator, storage cupboard and two velux ceiling lights with a splendid panorama.
EXTERNAL The property is approached via a long sweeping driveway leading to ample vehicular
parking space suitable for several vehicles including a caravan or a boat. The gardens to the
front are extremely private and secluded with high mature trees, lawned expanses,
numerous flowering shrubs and plants which include Agapanthus, Enkianthus, Roses,
Canary bird and a raised rockery with Azaleas, Rhododendron. Outside coach lamps, two
detached garages with up and over doors, outside tap, separate wine cellar, timber frame
greenhouse, access to a raised patio which leads from the Kitchen and overlooks the
secluded gardens. There is a small range of outer offices which include a freezer room with
power points, coal store. The gardens to the rear are laid to lawn for ease of maintenance, various seating areas for alfresco dining. The upper gardens enjoy views towards the coast. The property is bound by matured hedging, with a further secret garden which extends to the side of the property with raised floral borders including maturing roses and fencing affording seclusion.
SERVICES Mains electric, gas and drainage are believed available or connected to the property, water is metered. Services and appliances are not tested by the Selling Agent.
VIEWING Viewing by appointment with the Agents Tarporley office
TENURE We believe the property is freehold tenure
ROUTE FROM PRESTATYN From the Prestatyn office bear right onto Meliden Road and proceed over the top of the High Street through the traffic lights. Take the third turning right onto Linden Walk and proceed up the hill where the property can be seen on the left hand side by way of a For Sale board.
- Exceptional Period Detached House
- Seven Bedrooms
- Three Bathrooms
- Five Reception Rooms
- Delightful Gardens
- Two Detached Garages
- Rare Opportunity
- Excellent Coastal Views
- Viewing Essential