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4 bedroom character property for sale

Llanasa, Flintshire

Withdrawn from Market £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A lovely 4 bedroom detached home
  • Idyllic location set within the beautiful sought after village of Llanasa
  • Benefits from a beautiful landscaped garden
  • Three large reception rooms
  • Master bedroom with en-suite and walkin wardrobe
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Good size Kitchen/Breakfast Area
  • It is close to the A55
  • EPC E 41.

Full description

We are delighted to present this lovely 4 bedroom detached home, in an idyllic spot set within the beautiful sought after village of Llanasa. The Coach House was built in the early 17th century and is in the heart of the picturesque conservation village of Llanasa, North Wales, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is 4 miles South of Prestatyn on the North Wales Coast and approximately 7 miles from Holywell. It is close to the A55, expressway providing easy access to Chester and the motorway network to the East as well as to the North Wales Coast and Anglesey to the West. Manchester Airport is approximately 1 hour away by car. The Old Coach House was originally built of random stone and was the coaching stables for the vicarage, housing the coach, horses and the coachman and family. After being left unused for many years, it was sold by the church in 1969. The then owner rescued the house and totally renovated it. The present owners moved to the property 30 years ago and have spent years refurbishing and extending to make it a comfortable rural home. This South facing home features 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom, 4 large double bedrooms (one en-suite), family bathroom and large double garage with workshop above. The property also benefits from a beautiful landscaped garden, which has been open to the public in the "Yellow Book". There is a lovely patio area to the rear for entertaining, with a view of the 700 year old church's East window taking centre stage. Llanasa is a quiet peaceful village and has an excellent village community. It has won the Best Kept Village award seven times. It boasts a popular village pub, church and village hall, which is well used. There are a number of excellent schools in the area catering for all ages. Prestatyn, which has an excellent range of shops, a cinema, leisure centres, restaurants and pubs is only 4 miles away and is only a couple of minutes from the coast. Council Tax Band H and EPC Rating E41.

The property is approached by double gates allowing entry into the property's grounds. A feature front door opens into:

Which is light and airy due to window surroundings, carpeted with uPVC double glazed door leading into:

Which is a large welcoming carpeted area featuring a downstairs WC and stairs up to the first floor accommodation.

Downstairs Cloakroom  
Comprising low flush WC and hand wash basin unit, an obscured double glazed window and under stair storage cupboard with ample cloak and boot storage.

Office / Study  
15' 0'' x 13' 11'' (4.57m x 4.24m)
A beautiful south facing room features a large double glazed window overlooking the garden fishpond as well as a double glazed window overlooking the rear elevation enjoying views of the garden, patio door giving access to the garden. The room is currently being used as an office but would make a lovely family/games room.

From the A55 heading west, exit at Junction 31 signposted Prestatyn and Caerwys. At the roundabout take the third exit to the A5151. Go straight on at the second roundabout. At the 3rd roundabout take the 1st exit (A5151) towards Trelawnyd and Dyserth. After approximately 3 miles turn right, (just after Jacksons Garden Centre and the service station on your left) sign posted Llanasa. Turn left at the second cross-roads signposted Llanasa. Follow the road down the hill into Llanasa. At the bottom of the hill you will see a driveway with a big yew tree overhanging it, next door to the church. Take that driveway and we are the first house on the right ? a stone house with a blue front door. From the A55 heading east, take the slip road at Junction 31 signposted Prestatyn and Caerwys. At the top of the slip road at the roundabout take the 1st exit left on to the A5151. At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit left (A5151) towards Trelawnyd and Dyserth. After approximately 3...

Dining Room 
11' 7'' x 9' 8'' (3.53m x 2.94m)
Being a lovely South facing intimate room with large uPVC double glazed windows providing the room with plenty of light, power points, radiator and doorway leading into:

20' 11'' x 9' 10'' eextending to 11'2" (6.37m x 2.99m)
The family kitchen comprises large range of fitted cream coloured solid oak faced wall, drawer and base units with beautiful granite worktops over, a 4-point calor gas hob with extractor fan over and brick effect tiled splash backs, an integrated eye level double electric oven, integrated fridge, dishwasher and a waste disposal sink unit. The kitchen has tiled flooring and three double glazed windows giving the room a bright and airy aspect.

Breakfast Area 
Within the kitchen and has a uPVC double glazed window offering a beautiful view of the rear garden and a door leading on to a raised decked area to the side of the property.

Utility Room  
16' 5'' x 8' 5'' (5.00m x 2.56m)
Being accessed from the breakfast area, provides further wall, drawer and base units with worktops over, plumbing for the washing machine, tumble dryer, large fridge freezer and the oil fired boiler.

23' 7'' x 15' 0'' (7.18m x 4.57m)
Being a lovely light and airy room, having a double glazed window to front and rear of the property. It has a magnificent carved granite fire surround and a tiled hearth housing a large multi fuel/log burner, power points, ceiling lights and feature wall lights. The lounge provides a fantastic space for both entertaining and relaxing. A doorway leads into

First Floor Landing 
Providing access to all bedrooms, with loft access and rear aspect windows overlooking the garden.

Master bedroom 
21' 0'' x 13' 4'' (6.40m x 4.06m)
A beautiful and luxurious, light and airy room is provided by triple aspect double glazed windows as well as French doors leading on to a wrought iron semi circular "Juliet" balcony overlooking the patio garden area and the fields of the Gyrn Castle Estate beyond. A door leads into

Walk-in wardrobe  
6' 10'' x 6' 6'' (2.08m x 1.98m)
A door off the master bedroom provides access to a good size walk-in wardrobe.

Master En-suite  
Featuring a roll top bath, separate mains pressurised shower, low level WC, washbasin and double vanity unit with large back lit mirror above and shaver point.

Bedroom 2 
11' 10'' x 11' 6'' (3.60m x 3.50m)
A charming room, featuring exposed wooden beams, radiator under a uPVC double glazed window offering views over the church grounds and village. Large enough to accommodate a king sized bed, double wardrobe and easy chairs.

Bedroom 3 
11' 10'' x 11' 6'' (3.60m x 3.50m)
A lovely south facing large double bedroom with lots of natural light from the large double glazed window with radiator beneath, power points and is large enough to accommodate a king sized bed and bedroom furniture

Bedroom 4  
15' 2'' x 14' 0'' (4.62m x 4.26m)
Another lovely South facing large double bedroom similar to bedroom 3.

Family Bathroom  
Situated next to Bedroom 2, the family bathroom is fully tiled, has a heated towel rail, low level WC, wash basin and vanity unit with back-lit mirrored cabinet above with shaver point and a bath with mains pressurised overhead shower.

Double Garage  
24' 0'' max x 17' 10'' max (7.31m x 5.43m)
A large double garage accessed from the front by a remote controlled steel roller door and to the side via a glazed wooden door. It benefits from having a WC at the rear (dimensions 6'8" x 6'4") with a sink unit and ample space for storage. The hot water is supplied from an electric geyser unit. There is a workshop area at the back of the garage and loft stairs access the large workshop area above, another large area with full head height. It benefits from natural light from 2 windows and is ideal for a workshop/hobby room. A large wood framed log/wood store with sloping slate roof to the rear of the garage has its own light switch and power socket.

The property is approached from the road via a shared private tarmac driveway with random stone walls on both sides. A gravelled parking area large enough to park 2 vehicles has a lovely raised shrubbery to the right; this leads on through the wooden gates on to the main gravel driveway, with ample parking for at least 6 vehicles, and leading to a large double garage. The beautifully laid out and well stocked gardens, both front, side and rear are enclosed by random stone walls and provide an idyllic setting for relaxing, recreation and entertaining. There is a natural stream running through, a fish pond at the front and a water feature by the patio area. An Alton octagonal cedar-wood greenhouse is the backdrop to the patio area. The patio area enjoys complete privacy and is ideal for relaxing and entertaining. It has the added benefit of lovely lighting for those long summer evening barbecues. A lawn leads down to a well-stocked vegetable garden.

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29 October 2016


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