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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llandegla Road, Llanarmon-yn-Ial, Mold

Sold STC £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Country Property in about 11 Acres
  • Wealth of Original Features
  • Reception Hall & Galleried Landing
  • Living Room & Sitting Room
  • Kitchen Family Room & Utility/WC
  • 4 Double Bedrooms & Attic Room
  • Bathroom & En Suite
  • Ample Parking & Private Gardens

Full description

A sympathetically extended stone country property set within approximately 11 acres in a sheltered rural setting amidst beautiful rolling countryside about eight miles from Mold and 17 miles from Chester. Affording spacious accommodation centred around an impressive reception hall and retaining a wealth of original features with exposed beams whilst combining modern facilities. In brief providing reception hall, living room with multi-fuel stove, sitting room, a superb open plan kitchen family room with bespoke range of units, granite work tops and range style cooker, a large utility room with adjoining wc, four double bedrooms (one en suite), family bathroom and useful attic room. The property is approached over a sweeping private drive leading to a large forecourt providing ample parking for several vehicles with access to the gardens and land. There are two stone outbuildings and a private garden to the rear with patio areas. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Location - The property is located off a minor country lane in a secluded rural environment on the foothills of the Clwydian Hills, about 1.4 miles from the picturesque village of Llanarmon-yn-Ial with numerous country walks and bridal paths nearby, to include the popular Offa Dykes Path. The village is centred around an historic church and has a popular community run inn and shop, whilst the nearby markets towns of Mold and Ruthin both provide a comprehensive range of facilities catering for daily needs and schools for all ages.

The house has been sympathetically extended in recent times to provide an imposing family home of considerable appeal which has been further enhanced by the present owners with an excellent open plan kitchen/family room. It benefits from an oil fired central heating system and double glazing.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Double glazed wood panelled door to:

Reception Hall - 16'0" x 14'5" (4.88m x 4.39m) - Elegant spindle staircase to the first floor galleried landing above with vaulted ceiling and open beams. Herringbone woodblock floor, double glazed window, telephone point, wall light point, two traditional radiators and built-in cloaks and storage cupboards.

Living Room - 18'0" x 13'7" (5.49m x 4.14m) - Double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, freestanding Charnwood multi-fuel stove with large slate hearth and exposed beam, open beamed ceiling, solid oak flooring, wall light points, tv aerial point and traditional style radiator.

Sitting Room - 17'11" x 13'9" (5.46m x 4.19m) - Double glazed window to the rear overlooking the gardens and matching french doors leading out to the adjoining patio. Open beamed ceiling, solid oak flooring, wall light points, telephone point and two traditional style radiators.

Kitchen/Family Room - 27'11" x 18'6" (8.51m x 5.64m) - A superb open plan room fitted with a bespoke range of units by 'Neptune' with light coloured painted drawer fronts with matching central island unit and solid granite work tops. The kitchen includes wide pan drawers, two display cabinets, a Villeroy & Boch enamelled sink with mixer tap, a Rangemaster electric range cooker with concealed extractor fan set in feature chimney breast. Integrated Neff dishwasher and fridge freezer. Open beamed ceiling, part herringbone woodblock floor and tiled flooring to the kitchen area. Double glazed windows to three aspects with views over the grounds and across the surrounding countryside. Wall light points, tv aerial point, telephone point and two traditional style radiators.





Utility Room - 11'9" x 14'2" (3.58m x 4.32m) - A large utility room fitted with a range of light coloured painted base and wall units with work tops, inset sink unit and tiled splash back. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer, oil fired central heating boiler, quarry tiled floor, radiator, electricity meter cupboard, double glazed window and an exterior door with a covered rear porch.

Cloakroom / Wc - Comprising low flush wc, quarry tiled floor, part tiled walls and extractor fan.

First Floor -

Galleried Landing - 16'10" x 14'3" overall (5.13m x 4.34m overall) - A superb gallery landing with painted spindles and vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins. Double glazed dormer window to the front with views over the gardens. Double panelled radiator, wall light point and access to under eaves storage areas.

Inner Landing - Airing cupboard having hot water cylinder tank.

Bedroom One - 18'6" x 13'8" (5.64m x 4.17m) - Double glazed window to the front with views, twin fitted double wardrobe, exposed purlins, access to roof space, tv aerial point and double panelled radiator.

Bedroom Two - 13'11" x 12'11" (4.24m x 3.94m) - Double glazed window to the rear, twin fitted double wardrobe unit, exposed purlin and double panelled radiator.

En Suite - 6'4" x 5'5" (1.93m x 1.65m) - Fitted with a modern white traditional style suite comprising corner shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, pedestal wash basin with splash back and low flush wc. Travertine tiled floor and small double glazed window.

Bedroom Three - 14'0" x 13'6" (4.27m x 4.11m) - Double glazed window to the front with views, exposed wall timbers, tv aerial point and double panelled radiator.

Walk-In Store Room - With fitted shelving, hanging rails and radiator.

Bedroom Four - 19'3" (max) x 13'11" (5.87m ( max) x 4.24m) - Double glazed window to the rear, access to the roof space, exposed wall timbers and double panelled radiator.

Family Bathroom - 14'1" x 8'2" (4.29m x 2.49m) - Fitted with a white Heritage style suite with cast iron bath with claw feet, pedestal wash basin, shower enclosure with a mains shower valve and low flush wc. Light coloured painted wood panelling, tiled floor, built-in cupboard with oak door, double glazed window and radiator.

Attic Room - 27'11" x 8'5" (8.51m x 2.57m) - With a maximum height of 1.78m (5'10") with double glazed windows to the front and rear elevations.

Outside - The property is approached over a sweeping tarmacadam drive with grass verges to either side and natural limestone outcrop, which leads to a large forecourt to the front of the property providing parking for several cars and access to the gardens and adjoining grassed paddock.



Front Garden - Extensive informal lawned front gardens with numerous mature trees, bushes and shrubs, to include a large enclosed garden / small paddock to the right of the drive with random stone walling, established hedging and ranch fencing. Access from the paddock leads through to the adjoining land. There is a covered well to the front of the property and an ornamental letterbox. There are splendid views from the top of garden over surrounding countryside across to Llandegla Moors.



Outbuildings - Two useful detached stone outbuildings, one used as a workshop/garden store with power and light connected, work bench and upper floor housing three oil tanks. The second building is used as a general store and log store.

Paddock - Enclosed grassed paddock extends to the right of the drive with random stone walling, established hedging and ranch style fencing. Access from the paddock leads through to the adjoining land.

Rear Garden - Informal lawned garden to the rear with deep shrubbery borders and large patio area extending to the rear of the house with natural stone walling.

Land - Principally located to the right hand side of the drive with road frontage and divided into two fields with natural limestone outcrop to part, and providing ideal grazing. Planning permission recently granted for a new vehicular access off the adopted highway.

Agent's Note - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.

Directions - From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along New Street and continue to the roundabout on the edge of Town and turn right towards Ruthin. Continue through Cadole and Llanferres and take the next left fork signposted Llanarmon Yn Ial. Follow the road for about 1.5 miles and take the second right which is signposted Llanarmon Village. Follow the road through the Village Centre following the stone wall around the Church yard and continue towards Llandegla. Proceed for exactly 1.4 mile whereupon the entrance to Perthi Chwarae will be found on the right hand side, denoted by the slate name sign and Agent's For sale board.

Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.

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