4 bedroom detached house for sale

Mount Ida Road, Prestatyn

Offers in Region of £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Iconic charater detached house in favoured Upper Prestatyn
  • Stunning panoramic views
  • Larger than average conservatory with swimming pool beneath
  • Three reception rooms
  • Oak fitted kitchen diner with granite worktops
  • Utility, cloakroom and fitted storage area
  • Double garage with inspection pit and driveway
  • Manicured gardens with stunning views
  • Four bedrooms, master with en suite
  • Viewing essential EPC rating D 58

Full description

An iconic and one of the finest properties located in Upper Prestatyn. The Thatched House was built in 1934 and stands in a prominent position commanding far reaching views across Prestatyn towards the North Wales coastline, The Great Orme at Llandudno and the Snowdonia Mountain range. Access to the A55 Expressway is gained by proceeding up the hillside, through the village of Gwaenysgor and on towards Lloc or Dyserth. Chester is within 30 minutes by car and the cities of Liverpool and Manchester can be reached within the hour. Prestatyn itself is a busy town with good schools, new retail park, leisure and recreational facilities all close at hand. The Thatched House was commissioned by a local solicitor and has “Waring and Gillow” hand carved oak interior doors and strip flooring to some rooms. Its many features include oak window seats, maid bell system, bespoke light switches and door furniture. The house has been brought up to modern day standards sympathetically adding tastefully modern refinements and has the benefits of gas central heating, double glazing to many of the elevations and a number of original feature coloured leaded windows. The original 1934 roof was completely re-thatched in 1999 using top quality Scottish water reed, having approx 70 year lifespan and there has been an integral double garage built to complement the existing original single car garage. The house has three reception rooms and four bedrooms, feature fireplaces to many rooms, larger than average conservatory with kitchenette area, with hidden swimming pool beneath, can be exposed, if required, and having breathtaking views. Externally there are two pleasant garden areas, a sun terrace and balcony, points of interest within the garden and an orchard area. EPC D 58


Accommodation 
A traditional solid oak door leads in to:

Entrance Hall 
Light and inviting with exposed timber flooring, traditional panelled staircase with hand rail, original fire hearth with inscription '1934' with inset living flame coal effect gas fire, power points, coved ceiling, radiator and two leaded coloured double glazed windows to the front elevation

Living Room 
20' 10'' x 13' 1'' (6.35m x 3.98m)
A large room with original fire surround with coal effect living flame gas fire and ornate detail, inset covings, radiator, exposed timber flooring, power points, tv aerial point and sky facilities, double glazed doors leading on to the side patio and double glazed windows surrounding providing a stunning panoramic views.

Snug 
16' 0'' x 13' 9'' (4.87m x 4.19m)
with a traditional suite with living flame coal effect gas fire, ornate leaded detailed in-built cupboard, shelving, power points, exposed timber flooring, double glazed picture window to the side elevation with stunning views towards the Snowdonian Range and The Great Orme and double glazed French doors onto the patio with amazing coastal views.

Kitchen 
20' 8'' x 12' 8'' (6.29m x 3.86m)
A large kitchen fitted with oak wall, drawer and base units with shaped granite work surfaces over, integrated fridge, integrated dishwasher, 'Falcon' oven range with four ring gas hob and central additional wok hob, three electric ovens inset into an inglenook, inset dresser display unit, 'Samsung' American style fridge/freezer, sink inset into the granite worktop with mixer tap and vegetable spray tap, centralised island with base units with shaped granite work surface over, small circular preparation sink and mixer tap, inset lighting, traditional door into storage cupboard, wine racks, power points, tiled flooring with underfloor heating, dining space area, contemporary radiator and uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear elevations enjoying beautiful views. Door leads into

Utility Room 
With void and plumbing for washing machine, void and plumbing for tumble dryer, work surfaces over, power points, loft access hatch, airing area and a uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with stunning views. Corridor continues to

Further Utility Area 
16' 8'' x 3' 4'' (5.08m x 1.02m)
With a full range of fitted wardrobes offering ample hanging and shelving space, tiled flooring, power points, electric meters, trip switches and a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation

Cloakroom 
Having low flush WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap and traditional leaded window to the side elevation

Stairs to the First Floor Landing 
Super staircase leads to the landing with power points, radiator and doors off

Master Bedroom 
17' 4'' x 13' 10'' (5.28m x 4.21m)
Having a full range of fitted wardrobe and drawer units with inset shelving, T.V aerial point, power points, radiator and dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations again with stunning views.

En Suite 
A modern white suite comprising low flush WC, bidet, circular wash hand basin with mixer tap on a polished granite, separate shower enclosure, heated towel rail, floor to ceiling tiled walls, underfloor heating, extractor fan and double glazed obscure leaded window to the front elevation

Bedroom Two 
15' 11'' x 11' 9'' (4.85m x 3.58m)
Exposed timber flooring, radiator, oak window seat with a double glazed window to the front elevation above, two traditional in-built wardrobes, power points, original fire suite, telephone point, tv aerial point and a double glazed window to the side elevation again enjoying superb views

Bedroom Three 
13' 2'' x 10' 1'' (4.01m x 3.07m)
With exposed flooring, radiator, power points, traditional fire suite and three traditional in-built wardrobes and a double glazed window to the side elevation with views towards the Snowdonian Range and The Great Orme and a double glazed window to the rear with Coastal Views

Bedroom Four 
13' 1'' x 9' 10'' (3.98m x 2.99m)
With original fire suite, power points, T.V aerial point, in-built wardrobes, exposed flooring, radiator, telephone point, traditional in-built fitted wardrobe and double glazed leaded window to the rear elevation with superb views

Family Bathroom 
A modern white fitted suite comprising vanity unit with inset low flush WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap, mirrored area with lighting, free standing claw foot bath with mixer tap and telephonic shower head connection, shower enclosure, tiled flooring, complementary floor to ceiling tiled walls, loft access hatch with pull down ladder, heated towel rail, extractor fan, underfloor heating and original window seat with double glazed obscure window to the front elevation

Lower Floor 
From the Entrance Hall door leads to area offering coat hanging space and double glazed window to the front elevation and stairs down leading to

Lower Floor Sitting Room 
20' 9'' x 12' 9'' (6.32m x 3.88m)
Cal,m and inviting room with inset lighting, power points, T.V aerial point, double panelled radiator and doorway in to the Wine Cellar. Additional door leads into

Conservatory 
30' 5'' x 20' 10'' (9.26m x 6.35m)
A feature of the property this lovely large conservatory offers double glazed windows surrounding with stunning panoramic views of the Coast to enjoy at all times of the day or night. Beneath the conservatory access via a trap door is a swimming pool that could be resurrected for future use if require.

Kitchenette Area 
With wash hand basin and mixer tap, high gloss base and wall units, integrated fridge, void for a wine cooler, power points, tv aerial point, inset lighting, double glazed french doors to the garden area and a double glazed door to the alternative side patio area

Shower Room 
With a low flush Saniplus WC, wash hand basin, shower enclosure, floor to ceiling tiled walls and tiled flooring

Garage 
18' 0'' x 16' 1'' (5.48m x 4.90m)
With a bi-folding timber door to the front elevation, power points, inspection pit, timber glazed window to the rear elevation again offering superb views and a timber glazed door leading down on to the side patio

Outside 
The property is set on a large plot offering complete privacy throughout. The front elevation has mature hedging, timber personal gate and steps leading to the traditional front door, two further timber gates providing access to the off street parking and the double garage. A timber gate leads to the side elevation which has the gas meter and outside lighting. The front garden offers two semi-circle lawn gardens with raised stone borders with mature hedging and a variety of mature shrubs and plants. To the side and rear of the property there is a mainly laid to lawn garden with good sized hedging providing privacy, semi circle pond with water feature, paved patio area, with every aspect offering the superb views. From the patio area wrought iron gate and steps leads to the lower garden with a variety of fruit bearing trees and lawned gardens. Beautiful views over the Snowdonian Range, The Great Orme and the Coast can be enjoyed from all aspects of the garden.

Directions 
proceed from Prestatyn office right to the traffic lights. Turn right onto Fforddlas and proceed to the top and turn left onto Mount Ida Road. The Thatched House can be seen first left.

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Added on Rightmove:
05 July 2016

Nearest stations

  • Prestatyn (0.7 mi)
  • Rhyl (4.0 mi)
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11 Meliden Road, Prestatyn, LL19 9SB

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Nearest stations

  • Prestatyn (0.7 mi)
  • Rhyl (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Williams Estates, Prestatyn

11 Meliden Road, Prestatyn, LL19 9SB

01745 606007 Local call rate

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