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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanarmon Yn Ial, Llanarmon-Yn-Ial Mold, Flintshire

Sold STC £469,950

Property Description

Key features

  • 1920 THREE BED DET
  • SET IN 1 1/2 ACRES

Full description

This Deceptively Spacious Beautifully Appointed 1920's Traditional Three Bedroom Detached House is set in a area of outstanding natural beauty with generous gardens offering stunning views over towards Moel Famau and neighbouring countryside. The property is unique to in a stand alone plot and was built in 1928 with many original features and has benefited from a scheme of sympathetic modernisation by the current owners. The property is approached via a private driveway leading up to the front aspect of the property which is very picturesque. A wooden curved bridge over a pond provides access over to the property from the driveway. A pathway gives access around to the Front Entrance Porch which opens in to the Feature Reception Hallway. The property to the Ground Floor Comprises: Spacious Lounge with Feature Inglenook Fire and original panelled walls, Dining Room with Original Fireplace, Contemporary Kitchen/Breakfast Room with an opening in to the good sized Conservatory with underfloor heating, Rear Porch/Utility Room and Downstairs Five Piece Modern Family Bathroom. An original turned staircase leads up to: A spacious well lit Landing with original doors off to: Bedroom One with a Walk-in Wardrobe, Two Further Double Bedrooms and a Three Piece Luxury Shower Room. Outside the property is set in 1 1/2 acres and offers gardens over three levels, with a woodland area and a elevated view point patio area which enjoys views over towards the Clwydian valley and Moel Fammau. Llanarmon Yn Ial has a primary school, church, village hall which hosts different local events and activities, a local shop and the Raven Pub which is run by village volunteers and holds its local post office once a week; secondary education is located in the nearby towns of Mold and Ruthin. Local transport links are provided by bus and the A55 is a short distance which links the North Wales Coast to Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and Beyond.

Note From Vendor - As well as the wow factor, our home of twenty eight years also has a welcoming homely feel. The house and fabulous gardens offer privacy and tranquility with outstanding views and an abundance of wildlife. The pretty village of Llanarmon-yn-Ial has a real community spirit with a community led pub and shop. People can offer their skills as volunteers should they wish to do so or just enjoy a welcome when visiting. There are also various activities to suit all ages. Indeed such is the appeal of the village, in the summer of 2015 there was a visit from Prince Charles and Camilla and shortly after BBC Breakfast featured the village on their programme.
As enthusiastic sellers we would be willing to break the chain and go in to rented accommodation giving the option of purchasing the property without a chain.

Accommodation Comprises: -

Canopy Porch: - Open porch having glazed panels to the side with stone sills, having the original black and white tiled flooring. Wooden door with frosted glazed diamond style door with matching side unit leads to:

Feature Reception Hallway: - 5.77 x 2.34 (18'11" x 7'8") - Original Herringbone parquet wood block flooring, feature panelled walls and ceiling. Traditional turned balustrade staircase leading up to the first floor accommodation with understairs storage cupboard and further open storage area. Double panelled radiator, double glazed leaded window to the side elevation, telephone point and smoke alarm. Doors lead off to the Dining Room and Bathroom. Double glazed double doors lead into:

Lounge - 5.41 x 4.50 (17'9" x 14'9") - Beautifully well lit room with feature inglenook fireplace with built-in seats to the alcoves and with a raised bricked fire place housing a gas living flame fire unit with wooden mantle over along with fitted shelves. Panelled bay window to the front elevation having double glazed leaded units. Wooden feature beams and wooden panelled walls. Fitted traditional plate rack, fitted spotlights, P.I.R sensor, aerial socket and two double panelled radiators.

Door Off Reception Hall With A Small Step Up Leads Up To: -

Dining Room - 4.20 x 4.00 (13'9" x 13'1") - Restored wooden exposed floorboards, original wooden fire surround with decorative tiled inset and hearth. Beamed ceiling, double panelled radiator, traditional picture rail, aerial and telephone point. Door leads to:

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 4.40 x 4.58 (14'5" x 15'0") - Spacious family kitchen housing a range of wall and base units with a complimentary roll top work surface over with inset stainless steel sink unit and built in traditional dresser. Rangemaster cooker with double oven, grill and pan drawers. Electric hob with six rings and fitted extractor hood over. Integrated fridge and beamed ceiling with recessed spotlights. Two double glazed leaded windows to the side and rear elevations, two single panelled radiator and aerial socket. Walk-in pantry with fitted cupboards and space for white goods.

Square opening leads in to:

Conservatory - 4.26 x 3.30 (14'0" x 10'10") - Exposed brick walls with double glazed units and fitted top openers and with a tinted polycarbonate roof. Exposed wooden floorboards. Underfloor heating, P.I.R sensor, aerial socket, fitted cast iron g/v fire, double doors lead out on to the patio area.

Door off kitchen leads to:

Rear Porch / Utility Room - 1.83 x 1.69 (6'0" x 5'7") - Housing a range of base units with a complimentary roll top work surface and inset sink. Void and plumbing for washing machine, double glazed leaded window to the side elevation, wooden door leads to the rear garden, single panelled radiator and pull down airer.

Door Off Reception Hall Leads To: -

Downstairs Bathroom - 3.37 x 2.36 (11'1" x 7'9") - Split level bathroom comprising: Original cast iron bath with claw feet with mixer tap and shower attachment, savoy style sink with fixed mirror and light over, walk-in feature double shower cubicle with luxury Jerusalem tiled walls and spotlights over having a large shower head over with glass screen. Oak flooring, double glazed leaded frosted window to the side elevation, fitted spotlights to the ceiling. Step leads up to further area housing low flush w.c, bidet, built-in oak vanity with recessed sink and loft access. Heated towel rail, spot lights and double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation.

First Floor Accommodation -

Split Level Spacious Landing - Split level landing with door leading to Shower Room and steps leads up to Bedrooms. Loft access and fitted spotlights.

Bedroom One - 4.63 x 4.34 (15'2" x 14'3") - Well lit bedroom with double glazed leaded window to the front elevation, radiator with fitted cover, exposed wooden flooring, panelled walls, dado rail and two fitted wall lights. Concealed fitted wardrobe providing hanging rails, recessed dressing area having double glazed leaded window to the front elevation. Telephone Point.

Walk-In Wardrobe - 1.96 x 1.30 (6'5" x 4'3") - Concealed double wardrobe with four hanging rails and fitted with shelving, fitted to the eaves with restricted head room.

Bedroom Two - 4.02 x 4.26 (13'2" x 14'0") - Original feature fireplace with cast iron fire and decorative inset set on a tiled hearth. Dado rail, panelled ceiling, double panelled radiator, double glazed leaded window to the rear elevation and concealed airing cupboard with radiator and shelving. Exposed wooden flooring.

Bedroom Three - 3.91 x 2.41 (12'10" x 7'11") - Double glazed leaded window to the side elevation, single panelled radiator, wall to wall fitted cupboards fitted with hanging rails and providing shelving for storage.

Shower Room - 2.34 x 2.28 (7'8" x 7'6") - Three piece suite comprising walk-in double shower, low flush w.c and built-in vanity unit with marble top and recessed sink unit. Fixed mirror and fitted spotlights. Heated tiled flooring, radiator towel rail and loft access. Double glazed window to the rear elevation with countryside views.

Outside -

Driveway - The property is approached via decorative iron private electric gates which leads on to the properties private white stone gravel driveway which provides extensive Off Road parking with access up to the Garage Workshop.

Bridge & Pond - From this level you can appreciate the size of the properties boundaries. Access to the property is over a wooden curved bridge with a picturesque pond running underneath and fitted with flower boxes.

Front Garden - A pathway leads around to the front of the property providing access up to the Entrance Porch and a alternate ramped pathway leads down to the front garden. The good sized laid to lawn front garden is surrounded by mature woodland trees with shrubs and flowers to the boundary and with a uninterrupted outlook over countryside. Steps up to a stone patio area providing a ideal morning suntrap. Pathway leads to the front of the property and steps up lead in to the Conservatory.

Rear Garden - Feature stone pond with electric pump and stunning waterfall provides a tranquil setting to the back garden with wooden curved bridge leading over to the driveway and garage/workshop. The generous laid to lawn garden has a wide range of mature flowering shrubs, bushes and trees, with a stone paved patio area in the centre. Views over neighbouring countryside. Steps lead up to a wooden pagoda with gate providing access to further wooden steps leading down in to the largest of the gardens. Steps have solar powered lights fitted to provide lighting in the evening.

Vegetable Patch - This large area has mainly raised beds and pots with a variety of fruit and vegetables, The current owners currently have strawberries and rasberries are their main fruits in the larger beds. Wooden shed with windows.

Main Garden - The gardens are set over one and a half acres with this garden being the largest. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and is enveloped by mature woodland trees and raised banks. This part of the garden stretches the full length of the plot and has previously in the 1930's been home to a tennis court. This would be ideal for a enthusiastic gardener and a family with adventuring young children. Wooden steps with solar powered lighting leads up to:

Elevated View Point Patio - This raised south facing patio area provides panoramic views over towards the clwydian valley and Moel Fammau. The current owners have adapted this area to truly be able to appreciate the stunning location. This area provides a hardstanding patio area with light and power, built-in BBQ and log burner. A laid to lawn pathway leads up to a outside toilet with light and power.

Garage Work Shop - 40'0 x 18'0 (12.19m x 5.49m) - 12 x 3.2 kilo watt solar panels to the roof, light and power, fitted with a range of wall and base units, alarm, wall mounted solar converter, fitted work bench staircase leads up to a further work area on a mezzanine flooring.

Solar Panel Income - On average the solar panels income is £1250 per year and is guaranteed for another 22 years. Below are the last three yearly incomes for the property.


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