5 bedroom detached house for saleFfordd Nercwys, Treuddyn, Mold
Offers in Region of £635,000
- Traditional Stone Farmhouse
- Four Reception Rooms
- Farmhouse Kitchen
- Utility & Cloakroom
- Five Bedrooms
- Bathroom & Ensuite
- Converted Barn
- Range of Outbuildings
- Grounds (3.4 acres)
***NO ONWARD CHAIN*** A traditional stone farmhouse greatly extended and refurbished in 1988 using reclaimed materials extensively, to provide a large adaptable five bedroom home combining many original features with modern facilities, together with a large stone 'Long Barn', mainly converted to provide a ground floor leisure suite and first floor self contained office / flat, with potential for further conversion. Adjoining three car garages, further stone range providing stables, workshop and garage, private grounds and paddocks extending to about 3.4 acres. Additional 6.2 acres available by SEPARATE NEGOTIATION. The accommodation comprises; Sitting room, lounge and library area, central dining hall, cloakroom, farmhouse kitchen, utility, covered porch leading to the gardens, ground floor master bedroom with en-suite. First floor landing, two double bedrooms, study, bathroom, upper landing with two further bedrooms. Continued over....
Continued... - The long barn incorporates an original one bedroom cottage, large open plan games room, gym / studio, first floor open plan lounge, home office / bedroom and bathroom. Two adjoining triple car garages, a detached range providing stables and further garage.
Location - The location between the villages of Nercwys and Treuddyn is approximately 5 minutes from the Mold By pass giving ready access to local centres of Mold, Wrexham and Chester with ease of access to the Motorway Network covering North Wales and the North West.
- Manchester airport approx 45 miles
- Liverpool airport approx 37 miles
Ty Newydd Farmhouse is dates from pre 1850 and the nearby Long Barn is reputed to date from the13th Century. The barn, garages and stables have considerable potential to further convert to a large detached house or a number of self contained holiday lets subject to relevant permissions being obtained.
The Accommodation Comprises - Panelled door leading to:
Sitting Room / Snug - 16'7 x 14'2 (5.05m x 4.32m) - Feature exposed stone throughout with an impressive deep inglenook fireplace with large supporting beam, raised hearth and plinths, cast iron dog grate and large canopy over. Beamed ceiling, staircase rising off with enclosed understairs storage cupboard, TV aerial point and panelled radiator. Double glazed window with window seat. Central stereo system wired to ground floor rooms. Wall light points.
Lounge - 14' x 13'8 (4.27m x 4.17m) - To the lounge area there are exposed stone walls with a recessed fireplace with gas log effect fire, display niche, double glazed window to the front elevation with window seat. Beamed ceiling, wall light points and radiator. Stone arch to:
Library Area - 9'3 x 13'5 (2.82m x 4.09m) - Beamed ceiling, bespoke oak panelled cabinet to one wall comprising open bookshelves, desk and storage cabinets, wall light point, double glazed window and radiator. Twin glazed doors opening to:
Central Dining Hall - 12'4 x 12'4 (3.76m x 3.76m) - Beamed ceiling, exposed stone walls throughout and York stone slab floor. Panelled radiator wall light points and picture lights.
Side Entrance Hall - Beamed ceiling and panelled radiator. External stable door leading to a covered side entrance,
Cloakroom - 7'6 x 5'3 (2.29m x 1.60m) - Wash basin and WC, Italian ceramic tiled floor, radiator and a walk in boiler cupboard off with two wall mounted LPG gas fired boilers, electric meter board and alarm control panel.
Inner Lobby - Off the dining room with steps leading to:
Farmhouse Kitchen / Dining Room - 14'3 x 18' (4.34m x 5.49m) - A spacious and well lit room with a high beamed ceiling and three double glazed windows. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with solid oak panelled door and drawer fronts to a French style with contrasting ceramic tiled working surfaces. Inset 1.5 bowl sink with waste disposal, mixer tap and drainer, inset four ring electric ceramic hob with hood and a built in stainless steel fronted double oven and microwave. Peninsular divide with fitted cabinets and integrated fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher and matching tiled upstands. Dresser style unit with a glazed display cabinet and matching cupboards beneath. Feature exposed brickwork to one wall, reclaimed antique tiled floor and two radiators. Glazed door leading through to:
Dining Area -
Utility Room - 11' x 5'2 (3.35m x 1.57m) - Wall cabinet and stone floor, plumbing for washing machine and drier, space for freezer and fridge. Further glazed door leading to:
Covered Porch - Leading through to the gardens.
Master Bedroom - 15'7 x 15'7 (4.75m x 4.75m) - Located off the rear lobby. A spacious room with an extensive range of fitted wardrobes comprising six double door robes, two double glazed windows and glazed patio doors leading through to the rear garden and panelled radiator.
En-Suite Bathroom - 10'6 x 9'5 plus walk in shower (3.20m x 2.87m plus - Ivory coloured suite comprising a deep sunken spa bath in a tiled surround, fitted cabinet with two inset bowls with storage beneath and low level WC. Beamed ceiling, wall light points, double glazed window and radiator and a walk in shower with a wet floor system with a high output 'Aqualisa' multi-point jets.
First Floor -
Bedroom Two - 13'5 x 13'10 (4.09m x 4.22m) - High vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and rafters, double glazed window with seat, two outbuilt pine panelled wardrobes with central dressing table, radiator and niche cupboard.
Bedroom Three - 14' x 13'5 (4.27m x 4.09m) - High vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and rafters, walk in wardrobe, double glazed window with seat, wide pine boarded floor, radiator and niche cupboard. Access to loft area.
Main Landing - With radiator.
Study - 9'5 x 9'2 (2.87m x 2.79m) - Fitted cupboards with shelving and a wide faux leather topped desk, wall shelves, partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window and radiator.
Bathroom - 9'5 x 11'9 (2.87m x 3.58m) - Panelled bath with grip handles and shower over, fitted worktop with two inset bowls and low level WC. Double glazed window, radiator and wall light points.
Upper Landing - Two double and one single door linen cupboards with shelving, two further under-eaves stores and radiator.
Bedroom Four - 15'7 x 9'5 (4.75m x 2.87m) - Vaulted ceiling with large Velux roof light, double glazed window to gable, outbuilt wardrobe, fitted desk and radiator. Under-eaves storage.
Bedroom Five - 14'4 x 9'2 (4.37m x 2.79m) - Vaulted ceiling with large Velux roof light, double glazed window to gable, outbuilt wardrobe, fitted desk, radiator and further worktop with inset sink. Plumbing for washer and drier and under-eaves storage.
The Long Barn - The original un-restored cottage with an original inglenook fireplace and bread oven to one side, closet with wash basin and WC. Open steps leading to a bedroom and en-suite bathroom.
Main Building - Panelled door to:
Open Plan Games Room - 15'3 x 28'7 (4.65m x 8.71m) - A large open plan ground floor games room with heavy beamed ceiling, feature exposed stonework throughout, wall light points, stone steps to a wide staircase rising to first floor. Glazed door leading through to:
Gym / Studio - 14'8 x 12'8 (4.47m x 3.86m) - Full depth mirrors to one wall, beamed ceiling, Louvre door storage cupboards housing central heating boiler and barn alarm control panel.
First Floor -
Lounge Area - 15'5 x 14' (4.70m x 4.27m) - High vaulted ceiling, exposed purlins, two windows and panelled radiators. Twin glazed doors opening to:
Home Office / Bedroom - 15'3 x 12'10 (4.65m x 3.91m) - High vaulted ceiling and exposed purlins, stable door overlooking the rear courtyard, radiator.
Dressing Area - With further stable door to the front, fitted cupboards / wardrobes and radiator.
Bathroom - 7'9 x 8'1 (2.36m x 2.46m) - Three piece suite comprising corner bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and WC. Panelled radiator.
Garage One - 21'6 x 30'11 (6.55m x 9.42m) - Large triple car garage with wide, electrically operated double door to the front, inspection pit and electric light and power installed. Workbench, hose points and personal door leading through to open plan games room.
Garage Two - 39'8 to the max x 21'7 (12.09m to the max x 6.58m) - Further triple car garage with electric operated up and over door to the front.
Outside - Further stone and slated range providing:
Stables & Workshop - A substantial stone and slated building sub-divided to provide two large former stables with loft over together with a further room currently used as a workshop - also with a staircase rising to a loft room over. Adjoining single garage.
Outside - The property is approached over a wide splayed entrance, with driveway leading through the archway between the two garages to a secluded courtyard providing ample space for parking and access to the garage and cottage. There is a further entrance leading in which extends to the front of the stables and towards the right hand side of the house also providing a wide parking area.
Gardens - The gardens are to the front, rear and side of the main house. They provide wide lawns with mature and well stocked borders, wide York stone pathways and patios and high hedging providing privacy, greenhouse and a restored well. Gravelled hardstandings to both sides. Most areas are covered with external / security lighting.
Land - The land is located to the western side of the homestead and provides a level parcel of pasture land with separate gated access. There is a large open fronted barn/implement shed to the rear of the garages which provides fodder store and shelter.
Additional Land - A further parcel of adjacent land extending to about 6.2 acres,(highlighted blue on the attached plan) is available by separate negotiation. This land has access to Ty Newydd Courtyard and direct to the road. Metered water supply.
Services - Mains services are connected - gas being LPG tank supply. Metered water supply and septic tank drainage system.
Broadband - Broadband is available at the property with telephone points to the principal rooms.
Agent's Notes - Quality fittings and some furnishings are available by separate negotiation.
Directions - From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along Wrexham Street and after 0.5 mile turn right signposted Nercwys and Treuddyn. Follow the road past The Butchers Arms Inn, through the valley of the River Alyn denoted by the narrow bridge and continue up the hill. The property will be found after 0.5 mile on the right.
Agent's Notes - Flintshire County Council - Tax Band G
Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
HME / LKJ
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