The Alderton fuses elegant design with contemporary features to create a comfortable home of distinction. The welcoming hallway leads to the spacious living area, while the open-plan kitchen/dining area forms the beating heart of this beautiful house. The en suite master bedroom is one of four first-floor bedrooms offering plenty of space. Finally, the cloakroom, utility area and an integrated garage are desirable features fit for modern family life.
Education plays an important role throughout the history of Denbigh. The former earls and governors of the town were responsible for creating a number of buildings that would go on to become centres of education. For example, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, commissioned the Shire Hall, which today houses the Town Library. There are several wonderful schools within the town for children of all ages. This includes Ruthin School, Denbigh High School, Ysgol Plas Brondyffryn and more.
Transport links in Denbigh are strong, with buses serving as the main style of public transport. Known as fflecsi buses, these types of buses are booked via an app and passengers are matched based on similar journeys. This provides an ad-hoc travel option that gets people to where they need to go quickly, instead of following a set bus route between bus stations. In terms of neighbouring towns, Denbigh has good access to towns like Corwen, Prestatyn, Rhuddlan, Rhyl, Ruthin and Llangollen. There’s also easy access to Snowdonia National Park, which is only a 40 minute car drive away.
Excellent road links in the area provide easy access to both Denbigh and Ruthin, both of which offer plenty of independent shops and businesses together with larger grocery outlets. There is a wealth of independent pubs, restaurants and cafes in the area, with the popular Brookhouse Mill right on its doorstep.
With a history that dates back to the 1200s, Denbigh has an impressive range of attractions to experience. Pay a visit to Denbigh Castle, a structure that once played a pivotal role in the War of the Roses and continues to stand to this day as a reminder of Denbigh’s resilience. Other activities include visiting the quirky Cae Dai Trust museum that houses 1950s memorabilia. Step inside St Dyfnog’s Church, which contains beautiful architecture. Or take a trip to one of the surrounding towns of Rhyl and Llangollen. Both places have their own unique histories that will deepen your appreciation for North Wales.