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Westbury Castle, Mansion House, Abbey Drive, Gronant, Prestatyn, Flintshire


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Westbury Castle is a Magnificent Late Regency Mansion in Tudor-Gothic style of interest to private buyers looking for a private home or developers for leisure, commercial or residential purposes (subject to planning permission).
This 21,000 Square foot accommodation has planning permission already granted for residential dwellings.

Get on M56 in Greater Manchester from A538
Merge onto M56
Follow A55 to A5151.
Take exit 31 from A55
Take National Route NCN 5 to Abbey Dr
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A5151
Go through 1 roundabout
At the roundabout, continue straight
Turn right
Continue onto National Route NCN 5
Turn right to stay on National Route NCN 5
Turn left onto Llanasa Rd/National Route NCN 5
Turn right onto Abbey Dr

Property ref: 121_2508_3688393

The Family Room: 37' 8" x 20' 10" (11.48m x 6.36m) 
This is a striking room which was originally the private Mostyn family Chapel now tastefully converted to a Kitchen/breakfast/sitting room.
You will find three stunning stained glass windows with eye-catching vaulted and gilded ceiling.
The recently installed kitchen has been fitted with a range of pine base and eye level units with complimentary Granite work surfaces over and an induction hob incorporated. Belfast style sink with taps over and drainer, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, integrated oven and grill, integrated coffee maker.Two wall mounted radiators, fully tiled flooring throughout with steps up to dining area.
Dining area has an original feature stone open fire with surround and hearth. Door leading to further reception room.
Galleried landing overlooking the entire room with hallway to rear and exit to Castle grounds.

Reception Room (currently used as utility room) 32' 5" x 18' 1" (9.87m x 5.50m) 
This room adjoins the Family Room, it has parquet flooring throughout with two raised glass skylights to maximise natural light, leaded windows to ground ‘Doulton’ sink with tiled splashbacks and taps. Rear door to outside grounds and linked to the Family Room by a passageway to the former butlers pantry which is now a comfortable sitting room.

Reception Room (currently used as Sitting Room) 31' 1" x 15' 10" (9.48m x 4.82m) 
Window overlooking front grounds, doors to storage cupboards. Feature open fire with surround and hearth, wall mounted radiator.

Rear Hallway with stairs to upper floor, door to WC and also door down to cellars. Window overlooks the castle grounds.

Master Bedroom: 23' x 21' 10" (7.00m x 6.66m) 
This magnificent room has three windows overlooking the grounds. From the windows you will see magnificent views of the coast and beyond of the Sea. Ornate ceiling cornicing and feature original Stone fireplace with built in storage cupboards and window seat complete this splendid room.

Bedroom Two: ‘Alexander’ 21' 5" x 15' 5" (6.52m x 4.70m) 
Feature windows overlooking grounds and the sea beyond. Original stone fireplace and surround.

Bedroom Three: ‘Georgia’ 22' 3" x 13' 8" (6.78m x 4.16m) 
Stunning sea views with windows to front and side aspect. Original stone fireplace with surround and hearth, ceiling coving and window seat.
Arch to dressing area: 4.86m x 3.12m
Window with sea views and oak door to hallway.

Main Bathroom: 14' 8" x 11' 3" (4.48m x 3.43m) 
Windows again with stunning views of the grounds. Tiled flooring throughout and a four piece bathroom suite with glass shower cubicle, free standing bath, wash basin and toilet. Ceiling coving.

Bedroom Four: ‘Scott’ 23' x 20' 9" (7.00m x 6.32m) 
En-Suite bedroom with two windows with Sea Views, feature stone fireplace with surround and hearth. Two wall mounted radiators.

En Suite 14' 8" x 9' 3" (4.48m x 2.83m) 
Bay window, three piece suite with corner shower cubicle, wash basin and toilet. Chrome heated towel rail. Original stone fireplace with surround and hearth.

Cloakroom WC: 17' 11" x 8' 9" (5.45m x 2.66m) 
Two vanity wash hand basins with arch to toilet and window. Oak flooring throughout.

Bedroom Five: ‘Max’: 
Windows again with Sea Views, original stone fireplace with surround and hearth. Ceiling coving. Arch to:

En-Suite: 16' 4" x 9' 5" (4.98m x 2.88m) 
Window with sea views, original stone fireplace with surround and hearth, three piece suite with corner shower, wash hand basin, toilet and chrome heated towel rail.

Bedroom Six: 9' 1" x 7' 9" (2.78m x 2.35m) 
Skylight window.

Staircase to upper floor with self-contained flat to top floor.

Lounge: 4.85m x 3.35m
Kitchen: 3.88m x 2.63m
Toilet: 2.25m x 2.17m
Step up to:
Further Room: 5.34 x 3.60m
Bedroom: 4.46m x 3.81m
Bedroom: 3.34m x 2.98

Second Landing leading to further rooms.
Landing with window and solid wood doors to further bedrooms.

Bedroom Seven: 22' 1" x 12' 6" (6.74m x 3.80m) 
Oak flooring throughout, wall mounted heater. Window and exposed beams.
Door leading to Galleried Landing overlooking the Family Room.
Seating area.
Door to landing giving access to:

The Western End: 25' 4" x 20' 11" (7.72m x 6.38m) 
A former library (where the gentlemen retired). Ceiling height windows again with wonderful views of the Castle Grounds and the Sea beyond.
Matching white marble fireplace with Trefoil badge, open fire and hearth. Two cast iron radiators with full height French windows lading out to conservatory.
The impressive ceiling is identical in each half of the room with radiating mouchette patterns, crenelated cornices with openwork and cresting and foliate basketwork to friezes.
Outside is a paved terrace supported by a Gothic Loggia with stunning views of the grounds to the East and Sea Views to the North.

Octagonal Conservatory: 20' 1" x 12' 10" (6.12m x 3.91m) 
The conservatory benefits from the afternoon sun, has a stone floor, arched full height windows and French casement doors leading to a polygonal terrace. Views over the courtyard, fountain and woodlands to the west.
The first floor is reached by a domestic staircase in addition to the Grand Staircase which leads to landing and has a window overlooking the grounds. This staircase gives access to all the upper floor rooms and landings.
Throughout you will find an array of ceiling cornicing with period features throughout which leads to:

The Eastern End 36' x 21' 11" (10.97m x 6.67m) 
A magnificent reception room which has an array of ceiling decoration, finials and carved spandrels and four ceiling height windows.
The Marble fireplace boasts fine ornate design and an open fire with hearth. The Mostyn Rampant Lion coat of arms sits above. Oak flooring throughout with separating oak lined partition:

Entrance Hallway 27' 3" x 20' 7" (8.30m x 6.27m) 

Solid wood panelled door to Grand entrance hall with decorative ceiling decoration with coving. Stunning feature fireplace with open fire and surround with hearth, oak panelled dado with historically important heraldic medallions. Oak panelled walls with oak flooring throughout. Two wall mounted radiators. Panelled wood doors to all rooms with two feature windows overlooking courtyard. Doorways to State Dining Room, Morning Room and Main Staircase.

Reception Room One – currently used as State Dining Room 34' 7" x 20' 7" (10.53m x 6.27m) 
This room faces East. It has a stunning dining room with Oak panelling throughout and panelled ceiling cornice featuring the Trefoil Crest and Mostyn Rampant Lion. There is a feature open stone fire with surround and hearth. Oak flooring throughout with two wall mounted radiators, two feature windows to front aspect. A second Oak door originally designed to link the room with the Service (West) Wing Room now also links with the current family room/Kitchen next door.

Downstairs WC/Cloakroom: 
Solid wood door and fully tiled flooring throughout. Hand wash basin and archway to Victorian toilet with original fittings. The window overlooks the grounds,

Reception Room (currently used as a study) 16' x 13' 5" (4.88m x 4.08m) 
The study Window overlooks the grounds. This room has an original stone open fire with surround and hearth, a wall mounted radiator, built in storage cupboards, alcoves with bookshelves, a desk style window ledge with cupboard beneath and coving with ceiling rose.

Solid wood door to hallway.

Solid wood front door, tiled flooring throughout with wall mounted radiator and beautiful ceiling decoration.
Solid wood doors leading to:

The Drawing Room: 56' 8" x 21' 11" (17.28m x 6.67m) 
This room has two parts, it is linked by an oak-lined double doorway originally designed to partition the room for the ladies and gentleman after dinner.

Bedroom Eight: 16' 2" x 10' 2" (4.92m x 3.09m) 
Window to rear overlooking grounds, wall mounted heater and original stone fireplace with surround and hearth.

Shower Room: 10' x 4' 6" (3.06m x 1.37m) 
Three piece bathroom suite with walk in shower cubicle, toilet, hand basin and chrome heated towel rail.

The estate benefits from seven acres of established and landscaped grounds which includes mature woodland and a six hole golf course.
There are five pairs of electrically operated 15ft high grand double gates providing alternative access points to the estate.

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Added on Rightmove:
12 January 2016


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