4 bedroom detached house for saleHalkyn near Holywell, North Wales
Guide Price £275,000
- Detached characterful stone cottage
- Large light and airy kitchen with dining area
- Large, comfortable living room
- 4 good sized bedrooms, one downstairs
- Private and secure rear garden
- Low maintenance front garden
- Central heating and double glazing
- Large conservatory
- Garage and off road parking
- Excellent country walks from the door
Deceptively spacious Bryn Ffynnon has a large living room with dining area with feature fireplace and beamed ceiling, large kitchen with space for table and chairs, 2 utility rooms, ground floor bathroom with shower, 4 bedrooms (one on the ground floor) and shower room upstairs. The large conservatory looks over the enclosed rear garden. A sweeping drive leads to off road parking and the attached garage with inspection pit.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this deceptively spacious country cottage, filled with charm.
Located in the popular village of Halkyn, the property is within easy reach of Holywell and Mold where there are plenty of amenities for everyday needs including primary and secondary education, shops, supermarkets and banks.
Halkyn is a friendly village community, benefitting from 2 pubs. It is popular with dog and horse owners due to the surrounding extensive area of Common Land. The nearest railway station is Flint 4 miles away. Chester is 16 miles to the east.
Halkyn is about 1 mile from the A55 which provides excellent transport links to Chester, North Wales and further afield via the national motorway network, making this property ideal for those wishing to commute.
All rooms have double glazed windows, radiators and in-built storage cupboards, so those won’t be mentioned again!
Open the front gate, walk up the path and enter this lovely old house. First to greet you is the centrally located porch, with its quaint shaped feature window. Step up onto the original stone front door step into the hall. The stairs are in front and one door leads to the left and another door leads to the right.
LIVING / DINING ROOM (7.7m x 3m)
Turning left from the hall is the large, comfortable living space with exposed beams, feature fireplace with oil burning stove. Marking the back of the original ‘two up two down’ quarry manager’s house, there is a step down to the dining area. Carry on walking and there is a double glazed door to the conservatory, which is also accessed from the kitchen. Turn left out of the living/dining room and into the utility room.
UTILITY ROOM (4.7m x 2m)
This useful little room houses the Worcester oil fired central heating boiler and has steps up to the garage. Turn right and into the kitchen.
KITCHEN (6.7m x 3.5m)
A real feature of the house is its large comfortable kitchen, flooded with natural light. Whilst standing at the sink you can look out across the garden and into the conservatory. There is a range of pine fronted wall and base units, a double stainless steel sink and drainer. At one end is space for a fridge, washing machine, dish washer and cooker. At the other end is space for a table and chairs. You can walk into the conservatory from here.
CONSERVATORY (4m x 3.5m)
A delightful living space with tiled floor and polycarbonate pitched roof, power points and sliding doors on three sides giving views over the garden.
Leaving the conservatory, walking into the living/dining room and turning left takes you to another utility room.
UTILITY ROOM (3.25 x 1.6m)
A really useful room (particularly if you have dogs and/or welling boots!) with a door to the rear garden and a sink. A traditional wooden door leads to the family bathroom.
BATHROOM (3.25m x 2.0m)
Located on the ground floor with a three piece bathroom suite, electric shower and plenty of space for towels and clothing.
Returning through the living room into the hall – go straight across and into the next room.
RECEPTION ROOM / BEDROOM FOUR (3.6m x 3m)
Suitable for a second reception room or a downstairs bedroom or a games room. It has a feature fireplace with multi-fuel burner. This was the kitchen to the original house.
Pop up the stairs and the landing leads to 3 bedrooms, shower room and access to roof space storage on the first floor.
BEDROOM ONE (3.6m x 3m)
Step up to the left and into the main bedroom with views across open grassland (sometimes with grazing sheep). There is a feature stone wall.
BEDROOM TWO (3.6m x 3m)
Step across the landing and into the second bedroom also with views across the grassland. Across the landing again, step up and into the smaller bedroom.
BEDROOM THREE (3.7m x 2.5m)
This has views over the garden and adjacent grassland. If you don’t want to use it as a bedroom it makes a lovely office.
Back onto the landing and there are two more doors to explore. One leads to the upstairs shower room.
SHOWER ROOM (3m x 1.02m)
Shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w/c and radiator.
The other door leads to a loft-type storage area.
Trot down the stairs and go out of the front door to the:
This is a traditional cottage garden, with shrubs and gravel and enclosed by stone walls.
Double gates lead to a drive up to the garage, which is larger than a normal sized single garage and has an inspection pit. There is a raised side garden with oil storage tank.
The property is set back from the road and served by a gravel track and there is plenty of off road parking.
Closest to the house is an enclosed patio. A gate leads to the lawn, a paved area with mature landscaping and secure fencing providing excellent privacy.
The side garden has outside toilet and wood storage area.
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