2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleSt David's Cottage Upper Bryn Coch Lane, Mold
- Historic Semi Detached
- Grade II Listed
- Viewing Essential
- Two Bedrooms
- Two Receptions
- Oozing Character
- Loft & Cellar Rooms
- Huge Potential
- Gardens and Paddock
- NO CHAIN
Not to be missed is the rare opportunity to own this impressively designed Grade II listed Gothic Victorian property C1870 having been the former Prison Wardens Lodge of Mold Gaol adjacent to Governor's Residence standing in walled Grounds of approximately 0.6 acre. Steeped in History and oozing character with many original features yet having been much improved to meet the demands of the modern family, viewing is essential. The property comprises; Hall, Cloaks, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and to the First Floor Two Spacious Bedrooms and Large Bathroom. In addition are two Attic Rooms (previously Servants quarters for the Prison Governor). two Cellars offering huge versatility and potential. Outside are extensive grounds/paddock and gardens of around 0.6 acre with ample parking. Situated in a semi rural setting on the periphery of Mold Town.
Accommodation Comprises: - This most handsome home, being an impressively designed and built Grade II listed Victorian Gothic property of hand dressed Limestone and Freestone standing in mature walled Grounds of 0.6 acre. Originally built as the prison Warden's lodge of Mold Gaol built C1870 adjacent to the former prison Governor's residence. The property is fully equipped and warmed by Worcester CDi Greenstar gas central heating which is 98% efficient and installed in 2011, Sky connectivity and the usual refinements of modern living have been fitted. The approach is beneath the original Portcullis having decorative fret work and Carriage light. Entrance door set into a handsome Gothic arch gives access to;
Reception Hall - Running the full width of the property with rear door leading down steps to the Garden. Pitch pine stair case rising to the First Floor, period chandelier lighting, radiator, dado rail, original Yorkstone flooring, original doors leading off to the Ground Floor Rooms.
Cloakroom - Frosted window to the side, being fitted with a two piece suite comprising low flush w.c and pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, partly tiled walls and vinyl flooring.
Lounge - 14'03x12'03 (4.34m x 3.73m) - Superb mullion arched triple sash windows to the front allowing natural light to flood in giving the room a light and airy feel complimented by the high ceiling with original plaster coving, radiator, telephone point, television point, cast iron period fireplace housing 10kw multi fuel burner, original Yorkstone flooring.
Dining Room - 10'01x12'06 (3.07m x 3.81m) - Mullion arched triple sash windows with distinctive panelling beneath, radiator, television point, period chandelier lighting, feature cast iron fire surround echoing that in the Lounge having brick backing suitable for multi fuel stove or open fire and Staffordshire blue quarry tiled hearth, Schreiber Hickory planked flooring.
Kitchen - 11'05x8'09 (3.48m x 2.67m) - Original cast iron framed multi pane arched windows. Fitted with a range of wall and base units to include solid wood work surfaces housing inset sink with mixer tap over, eye level double oven, built in gas hob having concealed extractor above, space for fridge freezer, void and plumbing for washing machine, inset down lighting, period wall panelling, radiator, Victorian style brick tiled splash backs, original blue brick flooring, wall mounted Worcester Greenstar CDi30 combi boiler (full system installed in 2011)
Landing - Mullion arched double height window ensuring light floods in, large walk in linen cupboard, radiator, original doors leading off to the Two Bedrooms and Family Bathroom.
Bedroom One - 14'02x12'04 (4.32m x 3.76m) - Mullion arched window overlooking the front gardens and land, television point, radiator.
Bedroom Two - 12'04x10'08 (3.76m x 3.25m) - Mullion arched windows enjoying far reaching views, radiator, feature original fire place being cast iron with Gothic arch and working, Schreiber Hickory planked flooring.
Bathroom - 15' x 8'10" (4.57m x 2.69m) - Mullion arched windows with wonderful views. Being particularly spacious fitted with a four piece suite comprising wall hung wash hand basin set on a plinth, low flush w.c, corner shower enclosure and freestanding roll top bath set on timber pedestal, radiator, inset down lighting, original built in linen cupboard, loft access, original cast iron Gothic arch iron fire place in working order, original pitch pine wood flooring, loft access.
Loft Rooms - Consisting of two rooms ripe for conversion to two additional bedrooms following the installation of a staircase with the necessary Planning Permission. Room One has a Lancet window to the front elevation and window to the rear. Storage cupboard. We understand measurements to be - Ceiling height of 7'4 and a length of 28' by 14' wide max although not confirmed. Room Two has a Velux window to the rear and is accessed off Room 1 and measures 11'4 x 12'11 we understand.
Cellar - Accessed from outside and being two rooms with light and power, first fix plumbing for central heating and original windows. Following some refurbishment these rooms present excellent versatility offering space for teenagers or as craft rooms or similar.
Outside - The property is approached across a long Tarmac driveway with five bar gate set in stone stanchions leading to the Parking, Land and Gardens which adjoin open Countryside having secure livestock fencing to farmland boundary. The tree lined boundaries are of stone walling and mature laurel hedges with the commanding old prison wall owned by the neighbouring property offering a high level of privacy. Lovely Cottage Gardens with mature Cherry trees adjoin a granite cobble and reclaimed stone ( originating from the former prison building) patio provides an ideal space for al fresco dining and full relaxation being set in a sunny nook with timber log store and timber garden store together with Hardstanding for Summer House.
Directions - From the Agents Mold Office proceed along New Street in the direction of Ruthin passing Bryn Coch Lane on the left and the St Marys development. Take the next left onto Upper Bryn Coch Lane passing Buttercups nursery on the right and the long driveway to the property is next on the right. The property is facing to the left with the Front door under the Portcullis.
Viewing Arrangements - Strictly by prior appointment through Town & Country Estate Agents. Telephone Mold 01352 750501
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Saturday 9.15am - 2.00pm
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PLEASE NOTE: The Agents have not tested any included equipment (gas, electrical or otherwise), or central heating systems mentioned in these particulars, and purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their working order and condition prior to any legal commitment.
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