5 bedroom detached house for saleStryt Cae Rhedyn, Leeswood, CH7
- Grade II* Listed Hall House
- Lounge, Study & Living Room
- Kitchen/breakfast, Rear Hall
- Utility & Adjoining WC
- 5 Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom & Ensuite
- Gardens & Paddock - about 2.5 Acres
- Large Garage with Store
An impressive Grade II* Listed medieval 'cruck framed' hall house standing in beautiful gardens with paddock, extending in total to approximately two and a half acres. Located amidst rolling countryside with lovely views, some 3 miles from Mold, 10 miles from Chester and 26 miles from Liverpool. Providing versatile five bedroom family accommodation with three reception rooms, two with inglenook fireplaces, and a wealth of original features including exposed beams and an oak screen internal wall. Comprising reception hall, lounge, study, living room, kitchen breakfast room, rear hall, utility with adjoining wc, spacious master bedroom with modern en suite, four further bedrooms (bedroom four/optional sitting room with optional independent access) and family bathroom. Productive vegetable garden, orchard and large garage with store. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Location - Leeswood Green Farm enjoys a secluded position at the end of a farm track on the periphery of this established village with local shop and primary school. It stands within beautiful gardens which have been developed by the present owners over many years to provide a delightful setting. The gardens have been entered into the National Gardens Scheme for many years and include a vegetable garden within a parterre, orchard and paddock, currently used as a wild flower meadow. Reputed to date from the 16th century, this interesting property has a well preserved interior with many original features and principal rooms having two aspects. It has an oil fired central heating system and English oak double glazed windows to the main. Although rurally situated, the area is conveniently placed for daily commuting to the larger centres of employment at Chester, Deeside, Wrexham and Merseyside.
The Accommodation Comprises - Double glazed wood panelled front door to:
Reception Hall - 16'10" x 7'2" plus recess (5.13m x 2.18m plus rece - Staircase to the first floor, exposed stone walling and timbers, wall light points and double panelled radiator. Traditional braced pine doors to:
Lounge - 16'8" x 12'4" extending to 16'10" into fireplace ( - Double glazed window to the front and rear aspects with views over the garden and across surrounding countryside, wide inglenook fireplace with exposed beam, slate hearth and multi-fuel stove with canopy above, and shelved alcove to one side. Beamed ceiling, original oak panelled wall, tv aerial point, wall light point and two double panelled radiator. Internal door to:
Study / Sitting Room - 16'6" x 11'9" (5.03m x 3.58m) - Double glazed windows to two aspects with views over the garden, painted beamed ceiling, corner brick fireplace with hearth (not in use), tiled floor and double panelled radiator.
Living Room - 15'8" x 15' (4.78m x 4.57m) - Double glazed windows to the front and side elevations with views over the gardens, stone inglenook fireplace with beam, hearth and multi-fuel stove, beamed ceiling, exposed wall timbers, oak flooring, wall light point, tv aerial point and two double panelled radiators.
Kitchen Breakfast Room - 13'10" x 14' (max) into recess (4.22m x 4.27m ( ma - Fitted with a modern range of light cream fronted base and wall units with oak work tops and white enamel sink unit with preparation bowl and traditional style mixer tap. Recess housing a 'Nobel' oil fired range with two hot plates and two ovens. Tiled floor, recessed lighting and two double glazed windows with views of the garden. Recess with fitted cupboard and space for fridge freezer.
Rear Porch - 8'4" x 8'3" (2.54m x 2.51m) - Stable door to the drive, double glazed window, tiled floor, exposed beams and internal door to the reception hall.
Utility Room - 5'11" x 6'2" (1.80m x 1.88m) - Fitted work top with void and plumbing beneath for washing machine and tumble dryer. Oil fired central heating boiler, wall cupboard, single glazed window, tiled floor and exterior door to the garden.
Cloakroom / Wc - 5'8" x 3'3" (1.73m x 0.99m) - Comprising low flush wc and traditional wash basin with splash back. Tiled floor and single glazed windows.
First Floor Landing - Two double glazed windows to the rear, access to the loft, wall light point and double panelled radiator.
Bedroom One - 16'9" x 14'11" (5.11m x 4.55m) - Double glazed windows to the front and side aspects with far reaching views of the surrounding countryside, exposed cruck frame timbers, radiator and airing cupboard with hot water cylinder tank. Internal door to the Ensuite and Bedroom 4.
En Suite - 6'11" x 5'8" (2.11m x 1.73m) - Fitted with a modern white suite comprising corner shower cubicle with chrome shower valve, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap and low flush wc. Part tiled walls, wood effect flooring, chrome ladder towel radiator, extractor fan and Velux double glazed roof light.
Bedroom Four - 13'11" x 8'10" (4.24m x 2.69m) - A versatile room which can also be accessed via stone steps to the side of the house, providing an ideal office or guest accommodation incorporating the ensuite shower. Two double glazed windows, pine floor boards, wall light point and access to loft, electric storage heater and built-in wardrobe.
Bedroom Two - 14'2" x 12' (4.32m x 3.66m) - A double sized room with double glazed windows to the front with views, exposed wall timbers and floor boards, and radiator.
Bedroom Three - 14'4" x 9'5" (4.37m x 2.87m) - Double glazed window to the front with views, exposed floor boards and wall timbers, and double panelled radiator.
Bedroom Five - 8'2" x 7'5" (2.49m x 2.26m) - Double glazed window to the rear and radiator.
Family Bathroom - 12'11" x 6'5" (3.94m x 1.96m) - Fitted with a traditional style suite comprising an oval shaped bath with exposed claw feet and 'Mira Sport' electric shower and screen over, pedestal wash basin, low flush wc and bidet. Part tiled walls, exposed timbers, dark wood effect flooring, chrome ladder style radiator, additional radiator and double glazed window.
Outside - The property is approached via a double range style gate leading to a gravel forecourt providing parking for several cars with access to either side of the property leading through to the main garden.
The Gardens - The principal garden extends to the front and side of the property which enjoy splendid views in a south-westerly direction over the surrounding rolling countryside. The gardens have been developed over many years by the present owners to provide a delightful setting which have been entered for many years in the National Gardens Scheme. Features include deep and particularly well stocked shrubbery borders and flower beds with a profusion of specimen shrubs, mature tress and perennials. To one corner is a productive kitchen garden with box hedging, gravel pathways, greenhouse, timber garden shed and water supply. In addition, there is an orchard with a variety of mature fruit trees and a modern timber garage with slate roof, double glazed windows and adjoining workshop.
Detached Garage - A substantial timber built garage with slate roof, presently used for storage. Double glazed windows, electricity connected and with adjoining store/workshop.
Paddock - With gated access from the side garden, and currently used as a wild flower meadow paddock.
Agent's Note - Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band G
Directions - From the Agent's Mold office, proceed along Wrexham Street, following the road out of the town and on reaching the roundabout, take the third exit. After a short distance take the first right handed turning, signposted for Leeswood. Follow this road passed the large white gates and then up the hill and into Leeswood. On entering the village, take the first right handed turning (just after Dingle Road on the left) onto an unmade track, denoted by the Agents 'arrow' sign. The property will then be found at the top on the left hand side.
Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.
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