4 bedroom detached house for saleGwernaffield
- Delightful Period House
- Grounds - About 2.8 Acres
- Elevated Setting - Views
- Sitting, Day Rms & Lounge
- Kitchen/Dining & Utility
- 4 Bedrooms
- En-Suite & Bathroom
- Double Garage & Parking
A delightful stone and slated period house which benefits from a sympathetic programme of extension and modernisation to provide an elegant and highly appointed residence, together with a separate detached double garage. Within extensive grounds and paddocks extending to about 2.8 acres, ideal for equestrian activities. Located in a slightly elevated rural setting commanding splendid and far reaching south and easterly views over open countryside some 2 miles from Mold and within approximately 1 mile of Loggerheads Country Park. Set in the middle of its own land and approached over a long private tree-lined driveway, the accommodation affords entrance hall with cloakroom / WC, sitting room, day lounge, quality fitted kitchen / dining room, utility room, first floor landing, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite, three further bedrooms and large luxury bathroom. Double glazing and oil central heating. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
'Gwernaffield' is a popular rural village standing in the heart of rolling countryside some 2.5 miles from the county town of Mold. There is a primary school nearby, Inn, Church and Mold Golf Club being approximately 0.75 miles distant.
Ground Floor Plan
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
The Accommodation Comprises
4.32m(14'2'') x 2.92m(9'7'') max
Canopied entrance with oak wood grain effect glazed uPVC door, multicolour slate floor tiles, staircase rising off (with storage cupboard beneath). Halogen lighting, covered radiator.
White suite providing wash basin and WC, multicolour slate floor tiles and thermostatic radiator.
8.05m(26'5'') x 3.89m(12'9'')
A spacious reception room with double glazed windows and matching glazed uPVC feature door to the front elevation. Moulded coved ceiling, one chimney beast with ornate cast iron fireplace and slate hearth and another with a free-standing LPG stove on flagstone hearth with decorative wood surround. TV aerial point, telephone point and two double thermostatic radiators.
3.91m(12'10'') x 3.78m(12'5'')
Double glazed French windows to side elevation. Contemporary free-standing remote controlled LPG stove on flagstone hearth to recess. TV aerial plinth, fitted cupboards, solid oak flooring, halogen lighting and double thermostatic radiator.
Kitchen / Dining Room
5.79m(19'0'') max x 4.04m(13'3'') max
A spacious and well lit room with three double glazed windows, one which affords pleasing views towards open countryside. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with oak finish doors and a composite stone work top incorporating a white sink with pewter mixer tap. Also featured are a built-in Neff stainless steel combination microwave / oven, a separate circotherm oven / grill and a Neff induction hob with stainless steel and glass extractor hood. There are fully integrated eye-level dishwasher, fridge freezer appliances, multicolour slate floor tiles and ceramic tiled splashbacks. Central breakfast bar with incorporated stainless steel pan drawers. Dining area. Halogen lighting and two thermostatic radiators.
Utility / Rear Porch
2.29m(7'6'') x 2.29m(7'6'')
White Belfast sink with solid wood work top, mixer tap and void for washing machine. Further base unit with matching solid wood work top and void for dryer / freezer. Multicolour slate floor tiles, double glazed window and uPVC glazed door to side. Single radiator and extractor fan.
First Floor Plan
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
First Floor Landing
Halogen downlighting, large walk in storage cupboard, double glazed window and two radiators, one of which is boxed.
4.45m(14'7'') x 4.06m(13'4'')
A well lit room with three double glazed windows affording delightful views over adjoining farmland and wooded countryside. Fitted wardrobes comprising two double and two single door wardrobes providing a combination of hanging rails and shelving. Walk in wardrobe with light. Two fitted chest of drawers with padded seats and two thermostatic covered radiators.
Quality suite comprising corner cubicle with thermostatic controlled shower with body jets, vanity unit with storage beneath, low level WC. Limestone effect porcelain tiling to the walls and floor, double glazed window, extractor fan, halogen downlighting, wall mounted electric fan heater and chrome towel radiator.
3.91m(12'10'') x 3.71m(12'2'')
Ornate cast iron fireplace with flagstone hearth and white painted surround (not in use). Walk in wardrobe with light, radiators, hanging rail and shelf. Double glazed window with pleasing views and panel radiator.
3.91m(12'10'') x 3.30m(10'10'')
Ornate cast iron fieplace with slate surround (not in use). Double glazed window with far reaching southerly views. Double radiator.
2.77m(9'1'') x 1.88m(6'2'')
Double glazed window with far reaching southerly views over open countryside. Telephone point and panel radiator.
3.84m(12'7'') x 2.41m(7'11'')
A spacious room with luxury white suite comprising free standing roll edged bath with combination shower and tap unit, corner shower cubicle with a thermostatic controlled mixer shower, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Part tiled walls to a decorative dado, halogen downlighters, extractor fan. Two double glazed windows with deep tiled sills, wall mounted fan heater and two white finished towel rails.
The property stands within grounds of about 2.8 acres.
It is approached through the entrance gate, with fited lights and power for electric gates already in place, over a wide splayed entrance with a long private drive leading to an extensive gravelled forecourt providing ample parking and turning area.
Adjoining the right hand elevation is a useful stone and slated single storey building with concrete floor, electric light and power installed. Worcester combination oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.
Stone and slated building used for general storage.
A detached slate roofed double garage with matching faced stone to front elevation. Multiple power sockets and lighting. Electric up and over door to front. Double glazed window to side and personal door.
Located in the middle of its own paddocks, the house also stands within formal gardens mainly to the rear and westerly elevation bounded by low level random stone walls and hedging. A York stone paved courtyard / sitting area leads up to the raised lawn with established borders and mature fruit trees.
Beyond is a large open paddock which could easily be sub-divided to provide a number of enclosures for keeping a pony, horse or livestock.
By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office on 01352 751515.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
Amended 29/09/2011 JET
Amended 17/11/2011 AIS
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