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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Star Crossing Road, Cilcain, CH7

£750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Imposing Country House
  • Central Hall & Cloakroom
  • Drawing Room & Sitting Room
  • Conservatory, Study & Dining Rm
  • Bespoke Kitchen
  • Master Bed, Dressing Rm
    & En-Suite
  • 4 Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Barn, Outbuildings & Grounds

Full description

An imposing and beautifully appointed 5 bedroom country house together with a 1,300sq.ft two storey restored barn, ancillary buildings, landscaped grounds and nearby paddock, the whole extending to about 2.17 acres. Located in the heart of rolling countryside about 1 mile from Cilcain and 5 miles Mold. This elegant and well proportioned family home has been comprehensively refurbished to an exacting standard. It affords; entrance hall, large central hall with cloakroom, drawing room, sitting room, 25'11 X 11'8 conservatory, study, dining room, a stunning bespoke 'Tegla' Kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, side porch. First floor landing, master bedroom with dressing area and luxury en-suite, four bedrooms and bathroom. Long sweeping drive and mature landscaped gardens.

Location - The nearby village of Cilcain is a popular rural community set in the heart of Flintshire and within 1.5 miles of the Clwydian Country Park. The village is centred around the popular White Horse Inn and provides a mix of traditional country homes and modern family residences.

Approximate distances:
Mold 5 Miles
Chester 18 miles
Manchester 55 miles

The Accommodation Comprises - Out built entrance with two hardwood panelled and double glazed doors opening to:

Hall - 7' x 9'6 (2.13m x 2.90m) - High vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, a red quarry tiled floor. Glazed door opening to:

Reception Hall - 17'2 x 12'5 plus recess (5.23m x 3.78m plus recess - An elegant and spacious reception hall with wide staircase rising off, beamed ceiling, fitted boiler cupboard with an oil fired unit providing domestic hot water and heating with a cylinder to one side. Panelled radiator.

Cloakroom - 5' x 5'8 (1.52m x 1.73m) - White suite comprising wash basin and WC, tiled walls to a decorative dado and terracotta style ceramic tiled flooring. Built in double door cloaks cupboard with a combination of hanging rails and shelving and a white enamelled towel radiator.

Drawing Room - 15'3 max x 15' (4.65m max x 4.57m) - An elegant room with a deep recessed and brick lined fireplace with a raised slate hearth, polished mahogany over mantle and a modern free standing cast iron Clearview stove. Decorative moulded coved ceiling, fitted butlers pantry with shelving, telephone point and two panelled radiators. Glazed doors with matching side panels leading to:

Conservatory - 25'11 x 11'8 (7.90m x 3.56m) - A large room designed to take full advantage of the delightful views across rolling countryside and the valley in an easterly direction - it is hardwood framed with double glazed windows and a pitched clear glazed glass roof. Fitted window blinds, twin glazed doors out and stone effect ceramic tiled floor. Panelled radiator. Two glazed doors with panels opening to:

Sitting Room - 14' x 14'10 (4.27m x 4.52m) - Feature brick lined fireplace with a heather brown tiled hearth, polished oak over mantle and surround and a free standing cast iron Efel oil stove. Moulded coved ceiling, TV point and panelled radiator.

Study - 15'9 x 8'8 (4.80m x 2.64m) - Three double glazed windows and high beamed ceiling, panelled radiator.

Dining Room - 15'11 x 17'9 (4.85m x 5.41m) - Two arched double glazed windows - both with pleasing aspect over the rear garden, heavy beamed ceiling, wall light points and display niche with light. Fitted butlers pantry with shelving and two panelled radiator. Twin glazed doors leading through to the main reception hall

Farmhouse Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 17' x 16'10 (5.18m x 5.13m) - A splendid room comprehensively refurbished by Tegla Furniture of Llandegla, the kitchen is centred on a cream enamelled four oven oil fired Aga with twin hotplate and twin electric ceramic hob, standing within a mock chimney breast with fitted cabinets to either side, decorative tiled recess, extractor fan and down lighters. The kitchen provides a combination of solid oak with a light cream tone painted finish in part and the whole with splendid black granite working surfaces. There is an inset twin bowl Franke sink with grooved granite drainer, integrated Bosch oven, void and plumbing for washing machine, integrated Bosch dishwasher, further recess and vent for tumble drier, an oak dresser with up stand and shelving, two glazed display cabinets and a fine oak larder incorporating Bosch fridge and pantry cupboard with shelving and drawers beneath. Bosch integrated freezer, under sink InSinkErator waste disposal unit. Heavy beamed ceiling, double glazed window with far reaching rural views over the Valley in an easterly direction, oak floor which extends into a side lobby with matching base unit with open shelving and storage. Glazed door leading to a side porch with a further door leading to the garden.



First Floor -

Main Landing - Window to the front elevation. Two fitted linen cupboards with shelving, door leading through to:

Master Bedroom Suite - 14' x 17'1 (4.27m x 5.21m) - A spacious bedroom with partially vaulted ceiling with down lighters, double glazed window to the front elevation, bespoke wood grain effect bedroom furniture providing dressing table with drawers to either side of a large mirror with pelmet lighting above, matching bedside cabinets, ornate cast iron fireplace (not usable) and panel radiator.

Adj Luxury Shower Room / Dressing Room - 10' x 17' (3.05m x 5.18m) - Recently refurbished with a white suite comprising a large walk in glazed shower with high output monsoon style head and attractive tiled up stands. Fitted cabinet incorporating a white glazed sink with pillar tap and storage, mirror fronted sliding door wardrobe providing hanging rails and shelving and a further matching cabinet with drawers and storage. Three double glazed windows and a bull nose window with bevelled glass to gable, panelled radiator and two contemporary pipe radiators.

Adjoining Cloakroom - 4' x 6'2 (1.22m x 1.88m) - Low level WC.

Walk In Wardrobe - Further walk in wardrobe with three double and one single door robe - also providing a combination of hanging rails and shelving. Panel radiator.

Bedroom Two - 15'2 x 11'4 (4.62m x 3.45m) - Partially vaulted ceiling, wall light points, ornate cast iron fireplace (not usable), walk in wardrobe with hanging rail and two radiators.

Bedroom Three - 8' min x 15'11 (2.44m min x 4.85m) - Two double glazed windows and radiator.

Bedroom Four - 12'2 x 9'6 max (3.71m x 2.90m max) - Double glazed window, panel radiator.

Bedroom Five / Study - 9' x 11'10 (2.74m x 3.61m) - Double glazed window, panel radiator.

Bathroom - 9'8 x 9' max (2.95m x 2.74m max) - Fitted with a luxury white suite comprising a free standing roll edge bath, separate walk in cubicle with Mira shower, pedestal wash basin and WC. Stone effect ceramic tile walling to dado with deep matching sill, stone effect floor covering, extractor fan and two contemporary pipe radiators.

Outside - The property stands within grounds of about 0.87 Acre. It is approached via a splayed entrance with traditional stone pillars, cattle grid and ornate pedestrian gate to one side leading through to a long sweeping gravelled driveway which extends across the north eastern elevation of the house being bounded by lawn and substantial stone walling in the main. The driveway extends beyond to the right hand side of the house where there is extensive parking for many vehicles and provides access to:



Twin Car Port - Detached, open fronted twin carport, faced in matching brick and stone with a modern red clay tiled roof and electric light and power installed.

Adjoining Building - Providing a small log store with external stone steps leading up to a very useful storeroom.

Main Building - 37'2 max x 37'2 (11.33m max x 11.33m) - A very substantial and adaptable building of traditional solid stone construction edged and detailed in brick it has an overall floor area of 1,300sq.ft and has benefited from recent repair and refurbishment with a substantial pitch and clay tiled roof to match the main house and with a new concrete floor in the main to provide a large workshop / garage for four vehicles with timber panelled double doors to the front and further stable doors to the right hand gable. A high degree of natural light with windows to four elevations. To one side is a further area providing space for garden equipment together with a timber panelled wall divide opening to an enclosed staircase leading to the first floor.

Utility Room / Garden Store - 19'11 x 12'8 (6.07m x 3.86m) - Benefiting from base and wall cabinets and working surfaces, there are three windows, a high beamed ceiling and with electric light and power installed.

First Floor - To the first floor is a large open plan room with high vaulted ceiling and with two very substantial and original box frame trusses with four Velux double glazed sky lights and a pine clad floor.

Out House - Detached stone and brick out house with clay tiled roof with Velux window - presently used as a garden store with oil storage tank beyond.

Gardens - The gardens are mainly to the south and western elevations of the house and have benefited from extensive landscaping over many years. They are divided by substantial stone faced retaining walls and steps leading through a number of levels with wide lawns and established beds and shrubberies.



VIEWS OVER SURROUNDING COUNRTYSIDE



The Paddock - Located to the opposite side of the lane adjoining the entrance it provides a roughly rectangular shaped enclosure with extensive road frontage and is laid down to pasture. It extends to about 1.3 acre with a natural stream.

Directions - From the Agent's Mold office, take the A541 Denbigh Road proceeding through Rhydmwyn and Hendre. After approxiamtely 5 miles, turn left signposted Cilcain and the property is the first on the right hand side.

Agent's Notes - Flintshire County Council - Tax Band H

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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