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5 bedroom detached house for sale
The willerby at Rhos Appleton, Drury Lane, Drury, Buckley, CH7
A fantastic five bedroom three storey detached home with wonderful accommodation over three floors, the ground floor having spacious lounge, separate study, kitchen / dining room through to family room, separate utility. FIVE DOUBLE BEDROOMS, two benefiting from en suite facilities, the master having a dressing area, the second bedroom having sliding wardrobes. An additional study area on the top floor.
- lounge* 3.45 x 5.05 (11'4" x 16'7")
- family room 2.60 x 3.52 (8'6" x 11'6") plus bay
- kitchen / dining area* 4.49 x 3.33 (14'8" x 10'11")
- study* 3.24 x 2.42 (10'7" x 7'11") plus bay
- utility 1.75 x 1.36 (5'9" x 4'6")w.c
- bedroom one 3.17 x 3.47 (10'5" x 11'5")
- bedroom two 2.67 x 3.12 (8'8" x 10'3") excl robes
- bedroom three 2.67 x 3.75 (8'8" x 12'4")
- bedroom four 4.23 x 2.13 (13'10" x 7'0") to 1500mm height line
- bedroom five 2.67 x 3.82 (8'8" x 12'6") to 1500mm height line
- study area
- shower room
About the Development
An exciting new development of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom family homes perfectly placed in Drury within the beautiful Welsh border county of Flintshire.
Close by, Hawarden & Buckley offer train stations within 2 miles and the A55 gives access to Chester and the North Wales coast. The superb roads and rail links make it an easily accessible and rewarding place to live. Quality sports and leisure facilities exist from championship golf courses to ice skating, cycling and water sports, horse riding and fishing.
Flintshire is a beguiling mix of country villages, traditional market towns like Mold, sandy beaches, medieval castles and some of the most stunning scenery. Tranquil rolling hills and valleys make up the Clwydian Range with peaceful woodlands and panoramic views across the Cheshire plain.
The market town of Mold, just under 5 miles away, offers tradition and culture mixed with a lively atmosphere, from historic churches and prehistoric treasures to modern shops ranging from small boutiques to high street names.
Hawarden, just 2.6 miles from Drury offers a small airport operated by the BAE systems, a Golf course, a Farm Shop that is open 7 days week, which by reputation offers seasonal food sourced from local producers as well as favourites from around the UK.
The city of Chester is only 11 miles away and as well as offering diverse and designer shopping boutiques, entertainment and dining venues, the city is home to many sites of historical importance and also boasts some of the UK's leading tourist attractions. So whether you want to take a boat trip on the River Dee; come face-to-face with the animals at Chester Zoo - the city of Chester has it all.