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5 bedroom detached house for sale
Hafod Road, Gwernaffield
- Detached Period Farmhouse
- Self-Contained 1 Bed Apt
- Grounds & Land 8.69 Acres
- Exceptional Rural Environ
- 6 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen / Breakfast Room
- 4 Beds, En-Suite, 2 Baths
- Dble Garage & Outbuilding
An impressive four bedroom detached farmhouse offering very highly appointed and elegant living accommodation together with a large integral one bedroom self-contained apartment, set within extensive landscaped grounds and pasture land extending to 8.69 acres. Located in a secluded rural environment some 1.5 miles from Mold, and within easy access of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. Standing at the head of a long private driveway in the heart of rolling countryside and with uninterrupted views across the Gwysaney Estate, the Wirral and Cheshire Plain; this period stone built farmhouse has been carefully restored and refurbished to provide an outstanding and adaptable family home. It affords main reception hall, study, sitting room, drawing room, family room, kitchen / breakfast room, cloakroom / WC, garden room, utility, first floor, bedroom one with en-suite dressing room and bathroom, three further double bedrooms and main bathroom; together with apartment accommodation comprising inner landing, lounge, kitchen / breakfast room, bedroom and bathroom. Detached double garage and outbuilding. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Tyddyn Ucha Farm was bought by the current owners in 1984 in a dilapidated condition. A comprehensive scheme of renovation has provided a very spacious and adaptable family home which has been regularly updated. The gardens and grounds have also been landscaped and developed at great expense which after nearly 30 years have matured to provide a sheltered and secluded environment providing interest and colour throughout the seasons.
Located in North East Wales some 12 miles from Chester, the Mold area is a delightful rural environment at the gateway to the North Wales coast and Snowdonia, yet within easy reach of the main centres throughout the north west. It stands in a secluded position amidst rolling countryside about 0.75 mile from the village of Gwernymynydd and 1.5 miles from the county town of Mold. The nearby centre provides an extensive range of facilities to include two weekly street markets, popular primary and secondary schools and the highly regarded Theatr Clywd arts and theatre complex. There are excellent road links towards Chester, Liverpool and Manchester and with popular private schools at King's and Queen's in Chester.
Ground Floor Plan
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
The Accommodation Comprises
The house is approached via a stone porch with a fine panelled door and high vaulted ceiling. Pitched pine twin doors open to:
Main Reception Hall
Staircase rising off. Glazed pitched pine door leading to;
Fine terracotta tiled floor which extends into the main kitchen / breakfast room. A further hardwood and glazed door leading to the rear elevation.
4.34m(14'3'') x 3.61m(11'10'') max
Attractive Victorian cast iron fireplace with decorative tiling and raised tiled hearth together with a pine fire surround and mantle. Fitted pine bookshelves to the alcoves with storage cupboards and shelving. Double glazed window with deep sill affording pleasing views.
4.83m(15'10'') max x 4.34m(14'3'')
A large window to the front elevation with deep sill and far reaching views. Ornate cast iron fireplace with decorative tiling and raised hearth together with open fire grate. TV & Sky point, deep coved ceiling and four wall light points.
8.48m(27'10'') max x 5.41m(17'9'') max
A very spacious and adaptable room with a fine cast iron Victorian fireplace with extra tiling and tiled hearth. The room is lit with two double glazed windows and French doors which open to the gardens. Deep coved ceiling, two double glazed windows overlooking the breakfast room.
8.64m(28'4'') max x 4.83m(15'10'') max
A very large room adjoining the kitchen / breakfast room. It is a light and airy room with four double glazed windows and double glazed French doors opening to the rear courtyard. Large pitched pine central beam and enclosed under stairs cupboard. TV and Sky point.
4.83m(15'10'') x 2.34m(7'8'')
A room which interconnects with the self-contained apartment. Bespoke hardwood French doors with matching side panels leading to the garden. High vaulted ceiling, further window with deep sill and a glazed door leading to the garden. Travertine stone tiled floor.
3.43m(11'3'') x 2.95m(9'8'')
The kitchen has been fitted with a splendid bespoke range of furniture by Cheshire Furniture finished in maple wood and fine granite working surfaces. There is a white glazed Belfast sink with pewter style mixer tap together with a Neff integrated microwave, dishwasher, circotherm oven and ceramic hob together with concealed extractor hood and light. Attractive tiled upstands. Double glazed window with deep tiled sill, ceiling downlighters, two wall mounted display units and pantry cupboard.
3.05m(10'0'') x 2.79m(9'2'')
To the breakfast area is a large five section double glazed window, which affords a high degree of natural light and overlooks the rear courtyard. The room has splendid terracotta tiling throughout.
Side Lobby With Cloakroom
Wash basin, low level WC, extractor fan.
Under stairs cloaks cupboard with rail and hooks.
3.25m(10'8'') max x 3.23m(10'7'') max
Fitted base units with void and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and freezer, inset sink to a wood grained effect working surface. Part tiled walls. Walk in storage cupboard.
First Floor Plan
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
Pleasing rural views towards Mold.
4.90m(16'1'') max x 4.42m(14'6'')
A large room with Strachan fitted three door wardrobe, wall light points, panoramic views across Flintshire. Ornate cast iron fireplace (not in use).
4.42m(14'6'') x 3.00m(9'10'')
Luxury white suite comprising free standing roll edged bath with combination shower and tap unit, separate walk in cubicle with power shower, granite top vanity with inset bowl and low level WC. Part tiled walls with attractive glass dado, Strachan fitted wardrobes comprising one double and one single door wardrobe providing hanging rails and shelving and four drawer unit and shelving. Two double glazed windows with deep sills and travertine ceramic tiled floor. Electric towel radiator and electric panel heater.
4.45m(14'7'') x 3.61m(11'10'') max
Fitted wardrobes providing four double door wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving, dado rail, double glazed window with far reaching views.
3.56m(11'8'') max x 2.97m(9'9'') max
Built in double door wardrobe with hanging rail and large double door airing cupboard with two pre-lagged cylinders with immersion heaters and slatted shelving.
3.86m(12'8'') max x 3.15m(10'4'')
Two built in double door wardrobes.
3.00m(9'10'') x 2.13m(7'0'')
Recently refurbished with a splendid white contemporary suite comprising free standing roll edged bath with combination shower and tap unit, corner shower cubicle with glazed screen and power shower with rain head, vanity unit with bowl and storage, low level WC. Part tiled walls to a decorative dado, wall mirror with light, shaver point and high gloss ceramic flooring. Electric towel radiator and under floor heating.
Approached via an external door and via the Garden Room with staircase rising off.
Part glazed door leading to:
Velux roof light and low level round window.
5.49m(18'0'') x 4.83m(15'10'')
A well lit room with three double glazed windows, all with deep sills and affording outstanding views across Flintshire towards the Cheshire Plain and Wirral. Hardwood and glazed door opening to an external staircase.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
3.63m(11'11'') x 2.90m(9'6'')
Range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with wood grained effect roll edged working surfaces and inset single drainer sink. Electric cooker point, convector hood, space for fridge and freezer, void and plumbing for washing machine.
3.61m(11'10'') x 3.51m(11'6'')
A double bedroom with fitted wardrobes to the majority of one wall comprising three double door units. Double glazed window and partially vaulted ceiling.
Suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash basin and WC. Louvred door airing cupboard with immersion heater and slatted shelving. Electric towel radiator.
The property is approached over a long private driveway which extends through the land down to the house, gardens and outbuildings. There is a wide parking area adjoining the left hand gable providing access to:
Detached Double Garage
6.17m(20'3'') ext to 26'7 x 6.53m(21'5'')
A large modern purpose built garage with two electrically operated up and over doors. Electric light and power installed. Personal door to side. To the right hand gable is an integrated bin store and garden store room. The driveway extends beyond across the front elevation of the house to a further tarmacadam drive which provides vehicle access to the main outbuilding.
22.61m(74'2'') overall x 9.45m(31'0'')
A former shippon which is used for general storage. It is of portal frame construction with sky panels, windows and galvanised doors to front providing ample space for access for caravans or boats. Incorporating two garden store rooms both with electric light and power installed.
Gardens & Grounds
The owners have developed the grounds greatly over the last 26 years planting the majority of the trees and hedges which surround the house.
To the side of the house is a landscaped lawned garden bounded to two sides by open countryside, with deep and established herbaceous borders, a gazebo and patio which enjoy pleasing views towards Mold Church, the Wirral and Cheshire Plain.
To the rear of the house is a delightful courtyard garden which is hard landscaped for low maintenance being mainly flagged with low level walls, established borders and with pailing fence leading through to the rear garden. This provides a most private lawned area bounded by mature hedging in the main with a modern greenhouse and a large enclosed kitchen garden.
To the front of the house is a shaped lawn with deep established herbaceous borders together with a variety of young trees and an established orchard bounded by mature beech and hornbeam hedging.
The land is divided into a number of enclosures, all laid down to permanent pasture, and are ideal for those wishing to keep livestock or horses as the area is noted for its many bridle paths and quiet country lanes.
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By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office on 01352 751515.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
HME / JET - 25/10/2011
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