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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Halkyn

£229,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade 2 Period Cottage
  • Conservation Area
  • Many Original Features
  • Lounge & Dining Room
  • Kitchen & Utility
  • Luxury Bathroom
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Private Gardens

Full description

***NO ONWARD CHAIN*** A unique Grade II period two bedroom cottage, understood to date from circa 1850, which has been sympathetically extended and modernised to provide an interesting and highly appointed home standing within private and mature cottage gardens in a Conservation Area within easy reach of the A55. Forming an estate cottage to the nearby Halkyn Castle which formed part of The Grosvenor Estate in the 19th century. The cottage has retained many original features yet combines modern high quality amenities. It affords lounge with attractive fireplace and enclosed staircase rising off, modern fitted kitchen with bespoke units and granite working surfaces, large and interesting dining room / second lounge with vaulted ceiling and pleasing aspect over the garden, utility room and luxury bathroom, first floor landing, two double bedrooms. Private gardens. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Halkyn Conservation Area is a small hamlet centred on the castle which stands in a secluded position a short distance from the historic church and Britania Inn. It is a short distance from Halkyn village almost equidistant between Mold and Holywell and within 1 mile of the A55 Expressway enabling ease of access throughout the region.

Ground Floor Plan

Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.

The Accommodation Comprises

Panel and ledged door leading to:

Lounge

4.60m(15'1'') x 4.04m(13'3'')

Original timber draft screen to one side which incorporates a Welsh settle to one side. Deep brick and stone lined chimney breast with raised tiled hearth and cast iron multi-fuel fire grate. Fitted cupboards to recess with shelving. Period Yorkshire sash sliding windows to the front elevation with deep timber sill. Enclosed staircase rising off with painted panelling to one side together with enclosed under cupboard. Partially beamed ceiling, painted panelling to one internal wall, TV aerial point and panel radiator.

Kitchen

4.80m(15'9'') x 2.16m(7'1'')

The kitchen has been refurbished with a quality range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with cream panelled door and drawer fronts and contrasting solid granite working surfaces to include a white glazed Belfast sink with brass mixer tap over. Inset four ring Electrolux ceramic hob with concealed extractor hood and light over, integrated double oven, void and plumbing for dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer. Tiled splashback, stone tiled floor, beamed ceiling with downlighers, window overlooking the rear garden and square opening leading to:

Side Hall / Utility

3.10m(10'2'') max x 2.46m(8'1'')

Fitted with a matching range of base and wall cupboards together with granite working surface, including space for tumble dryer, pantry cupboard with void and plumbing for washing machine together with drawers and airing cupboard above with pre-lagged cylinder. Matching stone floor tiling, further cupboard housing a Trianco oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Window overlooking the rear garden. Panel door to side. Panel radiator.

Bathroom

2.49m(8'2'') x 2.13m(7'0'')

Refurbished with a white contemporary suite comprising free standing roll edged bath with claw feet and combination shower and tap unit, together with a further thermostatically controlled shower rose above. Pedestal wash basin and tiled splashback, low level WC, ceramic tiled floor and chrome towel radiator.

Dining Room

7.67m(25'2'') max x 3.00m(9'10'') max

A splendid extension to the rear elevation of the cottage, providing a delightful light and airy room with a pitched roof structure with exposed rafters and beams. Twin glazed Georgian style doors opening to a side patio together with two further contemporary sash windows. Heather brown floor tiling throughout together with two wall light points and panel radiator.

First Floor Plan

Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.

First Floor Landing

Bedroom One

4.27m(14'0'') x 3.86m(12'8'')

Yorkshire sash sliding window to the front elevation with deep sill. Fitted cupboard to one side of the chimney breast with hanging rail. Further fitted wardrobes comprising two double door wardrobes together with locker storage cupboard over providing a combination of hanging rails and shelving. Ornate cast iron fireplace (not in use). Panel radiator.

Bedroom Two

4.88m(16'0'') x 2.16m(7'1'')

Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin. Period Yorkshire sash window with delightful views across the village towards the Dee Estuary and beyond. Panel radiator.

Outside & Gardens

The property stands in a quite secluded setting to the middle of this historic village community. It is bounded to the front by a random stone wall with wicker gate entrance leading to a gravelled courtyard with flower and shrub borders. There is a further gate leading to the right hand elevation where there is a most private lawned garden bounded by mature hedging, which extends along the right hand side of the house and opens into a splendid and quite large garden which extends beyond the dining room and patio for some 30 metres. There is a raised decked area which is designed to take full advantage of the pleasing easterly views across the Dee Estuary and beyond, whilst high hedges provide good privacy. There are established flower and shrub borders together with an old pre-fabricated garden store room and the former outside stone closet used for general storage.

Garden Photo

Viewing

By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office on 01352 751515.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
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30 July 2011

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The Cross, Mold, CH7 1AZ

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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The Cross, Mold, CH7 1AZ

01352 385013 Local call rate

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