May 27, 2024

North Wales Property of the Month, sponsored by Peter Large Estate Agents

This month’s Property of the Month is a luxurious detached house in a fringe village location with stunning views towards the Vale of Clwyd and North Wales Coastline, with potential to create an annex/granny flat.

Near Glascoed, St. Asaph, the hamlet of Cefn Meriadog offers a small primary School and stands within two miles of the A55 expressway, which makes for ease of commuting to all the North Wales coastal towns.  Chester is approximately 30 miles away.

About the Property

Built about twenty five years ago, the property is a fine example of a modern architecturally designed home, combining spaciousness with an ease of maintenance.

It offers every refinement and boasts extensive accommodation, which is of a high calibre providing a home in a unique rural environment with three en-suite facilities, a family bathroom and a separate shower room alongside a utility room and separate conservatory/games room.

The property has a Bespoke fitted kitchen with granite worktops, an outstanding garden room providing access to large patios for ‘alfresco’ dining and the property benefits by way of a commercial sunken Hot Tub with extensive features.

Outside, a useful range of outbuildings stands in approximately three acres. The land provides a formal lawned garden with a fruit bearing orchard, two further paddocks and a small wooded copse.

Having electronic gated access, parking for several vehicles, the property can truly be described as unique and in ‘Ready to Walk Into’ condition. Benefiting by way of double glazing and oil fired central heating, no expense appears to have been spared in its construction and appointment – there is even a security camera fitted.

About the area

Cefn Meiriadog is a rural community located just south-west of the city of St Asaph. ] The boundary of the community on three sides is the river Elwy, which here forms the county boundary with Conwy County Borough. Arguably the largest settlement in the community is the hamlet of Bontnewydd.

The community is named for a small ridge of the same name (cefn in Welsh means “ridge”). It is said that the place was named for St Meiriadog, a 4th or 5th century Breton saint.

Cefn Caves, visited by Charles Darwin
St. Mary’s Church








Cefn Caves are nearby, where human and early Neanderthal remains dating back 250,000 years have been discovered. Visitors to the site have included Charles Darwin, in 1831.[3] The site is known as Bontnewydd Palaeolithic site.

There is a local spring, Ffynnon Fair (“St Mary’s spring”), and it was once believed to have healing properties. The poet Siôn Tudur (1522 – 1602) lived at Plas Wigfair (GR028712) nearby.

About the accommodation


No expense has been spared on creating this luxury home, with the property being in immaculate order throughout.

From the luxurious hot tub to the beautiful balcony, every inch of this home has been designed with comfort in mind.








The property is on sale with North Wales estate agents Peter Large estate agents, and the agents are asking for offers around ££850,000.  To book a viewing please call 01745 888100 or view online: