Pen Y Bryn looks freshly aired from a Grand Designs episode, with its fascinating architectural and interior design.
This contemporary home is placed in an elevated position with breathtaking views over the Vale of Clwyd. Pen Y Bryn holds a wonderful position with incredible views. The large and modern accommodation has been cleverly designed to get the advantages of the views and the light.
Worthy of the show the house is filled with interesting design features. Including feature windows and bi-fold doors leading on to decked verandas, a bespoke spiral staircase and the obligatory mezzanine viewing gallery.
The moment you enter the house there’s an immediate feeling of space. Mainly thanks to the open-plan rooms that creates a sense of space flowing seamlessly.
The living room design feels huge thanks to high ceilings and open-plan access to the dining room behind. The room benefits from a characterful stone chimney breast and double-sided open fireplace, with access on to a south-west facing balcony.
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This snug area is the other side of the fireplace. The intimate cinema room features a ceiling installed projector and screen, making an ideal family space.
A modern glass dining table and a mix of designer Kartell chairs help to create a contemporary feel in the dining area.
The slick ‘Miele’ kitchen has all the mod cons for a thoroughly contemporary interior design. This cool space is complemented by the adjacent light and large dining area.
This bedroom is on another level! Quite literally, this guest bedroom is split across two-floor levels. Slightly bizarre, a feature nonetheless.
The bedroom profits from incredibly high ceilings to make the space feel open and airy. There are windows on every side to ensure plenty of natural light – great for if waking with the sunrise is your thing.