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Nercwys Mountain, Mynydd Du, Nercwys, Mold


Property Description

Key features

  • Stone Farmhouse
  • Lounge & Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Utility Room & Cloaks/WC
  • 3 Double Beds & Bathroom
  • Adjoining 1 Bed Wing with
  • Kitchen, Lounge, En Suite
  • Garage, Stables, Gardens
  • About 0.57 Acres & Views

Full description

A traditional stone farmhouse recently modernised and refurbished to provide a highly appointed and adaptable four bedroom house, incorporating a possible one bedroom self-contained apartment ideal for a dependent relative. Located in a slightly elevated setting amidst gardens and grounds of about 0.57 acre with uninterrupted and far reaching southerly views over rolling countryside. Whilst enjoying a secluded rural environment, the house is in within easy reach of the A5104 Chester/Corwen road, some five miles from Mold. The accommodation affords: lounge and dining room, both with beamed ceilings and impressive fireplaces, a large bespoke farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room, large utility room, cloakroom and wc, first floor landing with three double bedrooms and bathroom. Adjoining wing providing study/lounge, a new kitchen/dining room and double bedroom with modern en suite shower. Double glazing and oil central heating. Extensive informal gardens, open fronted loose box/stables and garage.

Location - Mynydd Du is a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is noted for its scenic walks, mountain biking and horse riding. The nearby market town of Mold is about 5 miles distant, which provides a good range of shops, schooling and leisure facilities. The area is also ideally placed for those wishing to commute to the larger centres of employment at Wrexham, Chester and Deeside.

The property is located on a minor country lane leading into onto Nercwys Mountain some 2 miles before the village of Eryrys. Whilst enjoying a secluded and idyllic rural environment it is within 21/2 miles of the main A5104 Chester Road at Treuddyn enabling ease of access for those wishing to commute throughout the region. Nercwys is a small rural village set in the heart of rolling countryside occupying a pleasant and slightly elevated setting with local primary school, regular bus service being some 2 miles from Mold.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Wide covered verandah with a UPVC double glazed door leading to:

Attractive Dining Hall - 15'0" x 14'6" (4.57m x 4.42m) - High and heavy beamed ceiling, staircase rising off and enclosed under stairs cupboard, out-built chimney breast with a feature stone arched fireplace with recess and raised hearth and a large cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate. Modern UPVC double glazed french windows opening to the front elevation and wood grain effect flooring. Wide archway opening to the adjoining farmhouse style kitchen.

Day Lounge - 14'10" x 14'8" (4.52m x 4.47m) - High and heavy beamed ceiling, attractive stone edged and arched fireplace with raised hearth and a cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate incorporating back boiler, which interconnects with the domestic hot water and heating system. Display niche to alcove with shelving and louvred door cupboard, tv point, wide double glazed doors opening to the south facing front garden and panelled radiator.

Farmhouse Style Kitchen - 17'9" x 14'8" (5.41m x 4.47m) - A large and adaptable room which has recently been refurbished with a bespoke range of fitted cabinets with a soft light green painted green finish and contrasting solid oak fronted drawers and matching working surfaces. In includes an out-built chimney breast with tiled recess, supporting beam and raised plinth designed for a Rangemaster type cooker with electric and LPG gas point, white glazed Belfast sink with grooved drainer to either side together with drawers, cabinets and an integrated Hotpoint dishwasher, open shelving above and range of pan drawers. Integrated fridge freezer and a larder style cabinet with wine rack above. Heavy beamed ceiling, double glazed window, wood grain effect finish floor to match dining room, box panelled radiator and further radiator to one side. Panelled and ledged door leading to:

Side Lobby - With electric panelled radiator, double glazed window and an oak sliding door to:

Cloakroom - Modern white suite comprising corner wash basin with tiled splash back and a high level wc. Double glazed window and tiled floor.

Utility Room/Rear Porch - 16'9" x 7'0" (5.11m x 2.13m) - A large and adaptable room with a high vaulted ceiling with a raised mezzanine floor in part, ceiling downlighters, solid oak work top incorporating white glazed Belfast sink, void and plumbing for washing machine, open fronted units, space for freezer, double glazed window, stone effect tiled floor and matching door to side.

First Floor Landing - With double glazed window to the front elevation.

Bedroom One - 14'9" x 14'8" (4.50m x 4.47m) - Partially vaulted ceiling, original fireplace (not in use) with painted and oak surround, fitted airing cupboard with pre-lagged cylinder, double glazed window with pleasing southerly views and radiator.

Bedroom Two - 15'0" x 19'0" (4.57m x 5.79m) - Double glazed window to the southern elevation, partially vaulted ceiling and panelled radiator.

Bedroom Three - 14'9" x 9'0" (4.50m x 2.74m) - Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window and radiator.

Bathroom - 14'5" x 8'4" (4.39m x 2.54m) - Luxury white suite comprising a freestanding contemporary roll edged bath with pillar tap, large corner cubicle with sliding screen and electric shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Partially vaulted ceiling, two double glazed windows, chrome towel radiator and radiator.

(Ground Floor) -

Self-Contained Suite - Ideal accommodation for a dependent relative or extended family, as it interconnects off the main house via the lounge, or alternatively via twin doors to the front elevation.

Study/Living Room - 15'1" x 12'2" (4.60m x 3.71m) - High vaulted ceiling with impressive exposed purlins, high level Velux roof light and a modern double glazed window to the front elevation. Wood grain effect flooring and panelled radiator.

Kitchenette/Dining Room - 15'2" x 9'9" (4.62m x 2.97m) - High vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and high level Velux roof light. Double glazed french doors opening to the south facing front garden. Fitted modern range of base and wall cupboards and drawers with a white finish to door and drawer fronts, contrasting working surface to include a white glazed inset 11/2 bowl sink with pewter style mixer tap, inset four-ring electric hob together with oven, convector hood and light over, integrated fridge and tiled splash back. Wood grain effect flooring and radiator. Twin glazed and arched doors opening to:

Bedroom - 12'0" x 10'7" (3.66m x 3.23m) - A delightful room with a high vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin, further high level double glazed window with feature exposed stonework and timber lintel, double glazed window with far reaching southerly views to the front elevation, matching flooring and panelled radiator.

En Suite Shower Room - 12'0" x 4'5" (3.66m x 1.35m) - White suite comprising walk-in shower area with wet floor and electric unit over, pedestal wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls to a Travertine style, stone effect flooring, partially vaulted ceiling with exposed purlin and roof light, and panelled radiator.

Outside - The property stands within grounds of about 0.57 Acre. It stands in a slightly elevated setting off a minor country lane leading from Graianrhyd towards Eryrys. It is approached over a long private drive which extends along the left hand boundary to the rear of the house where there is a wide gravelled and hard core hardstanding providing space for parking and access to the adjoining building.

Attached Garage - 16'0" x 9'7" (4.88m x 2.92m) - Located to the left hand elevation, it has two timber panel doors in and electric light and power installed.

Open Front Stabling/Loose Boxes - 27'7" x 11'2" overall (8.41m x 3.40m overall) - A timber framed and panelled loose box with low level concrete block walls in part, providing a useful area for general storage, a pony or small livestock.

Lean-to log store to one side and a further timber frame and slatted small shed/pony stable. Two aluminium framed greenhouses. Adjoining dog kennel with run.

Gardens - To the front of the house is a wide lawned area with raised flagged patio and pergola designed to take full advantage of the far reaching views. Beyond is a low level wall with a small area ideal for small livestock, such as chickens, together with an enclosed vegetable garden with a number of raised beds.

The property benefits from a second drive to the right hand boundary, also interconnecting with the rear of the house.

Directions - From the Agent's Mold office proceed along Wrexham Street and after 0.5 mile turn right for Nercwys and Treuddyn. After the flyover bridge turn right for Nercwys and Eryrys. Follow the road up the hill past the turning for Nercwys village and after 0.5 mile turn left onto Ffordd Cae Newydd. Continue on this lane until reaching a minor crossroads and continue straight ahead. Continue for about 1 mile and the property will be found set back on the right.

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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02 March 2017


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