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Padeswood, Mold, Flintshire

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Added on 15/11/2021
Fisher German, Chester

Key features

  • Entrance hall and rear vestibule
  • 5/6 bedrooms, 5 reception rooms
  • Snooker room and function room with kitchenette
  • Utility room and laundry room
  • 3 bath/shower rooms
  • Home office, boot room and storeroom
  • Approximately 4483 sq ft (416 sq m) of accommodation
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens and extensive parking
  • In all extending to approx. 0.72 acres

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming Grade II Listed farmhouse with adjoining converted barn, enjoying exceptional rural views, set within approximately 0.72 acres

Pen Yr Allt Farm is situated in an idyllic semi-rural setting, to the south west of Chester in the hamlet of Padeswood, close to the popular market town of Mold. The market town of Mold offers a broad range of amenities and facilities, whilst a more comprehensive offering is readily accessible in the historic Roman City of Chester. On the recreational front the area is well known for some excellent walking and cycling routes, in addition to numerous golf courses including Padeswood and Buckley Golf Club, within walking distance. Chester offers additional recreational pursuits including water sports on the River Dee, horse racing at Chester Roodee Racecourse and other mainstream activities.

The property is within commuting distance of the commercial centres of the North West with the A55, North Wales Expressway, readily accessible giving access to North Wales coast to the west and connecting to the M53 and M56 motorway network to the east. There is a local railway station in Penyffordd (within 1 mile) and Chester station offers a direct line service to London, Euston within 2 hours.

Numerous local state primary and secondary schools provide good education, in addition to highly regarded independent education at King’s and Queen’s Schools in Chester and Moreton Hall, Oswestry.

The Property
Pen Yr Allt Farm is a charming farmhouse with attached barn, formerly part of the Hartsheath Estate. The property dates to early 17th Century with later alterations and additions and comprehensively restored in the late 20th Century. The current vendor has more recently converted the adjoining barn to create additional living accommodation to the farmhouse, which could be ideal for a dependent relative, subject to any consents required.

The property is Grade II Listed in view of it being a good example of a 17th Century farmhouse, retaining much of its internal and external character.

The property offers beautifully appointed and adaptable accommodation, standing within large formal gardens enjoying splendid south westerly views over surrounding rolling countryside.

The Accommodation
The property is entered through a welcoming reception hall giving access to a beautifully fitted kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a bespoke range of hand-painted cabinets with solid walnut work surfaces, a comprehensive array of integrated appliances, exposed beamed ceiling and porcelain tiled flooring. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room fitted with shaker-style cabinets including a Belfast sink and laundry appliances. Off the utility room is a convenient shower room with WC and an adjoining laundry room with plumbing for laundry appliances.

A charming lounge features an inglenook fireplace with curved bressummer over and exposed beech plank flooring. A well-proportioned dining room features a cast-iron woodburning stove within a recess with oak over mantel and bespoke fitted cupboards to each recess.

Completing the ground floor of the principal dwelling is the library fitted with a range of bespoke bookcases, also enjoying exposed beech plank flooring, with delightful views to the gardens.

A turned staircase rises to a spacious landing giving access to three bedrooms in addition to a spacious family bathroom with white suite, comprising a panelled bath with thermostatic shower and shower enclosure, a pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, bidet and chrome heated towel radiator. The staircase continues to the second floor giving access to a spacious landing with seating area, a double bedroom with a linked room which could be converted to provide en suite facilities, currently used as a bedroom.

With access off the dining room is an enclosed “hit and miss” ladder style staircase giving access to a useful room with vaulted ceiling and exposed trusses, ideal as an occasional bedroom or home office currently used as a store room.

Adjoining the farmhouse, forming the western wing is the barn, now converted into habitable accommodation, signed off by Flintshire County Council on 15 December 2008. To the ground floor is a reception hall with shower room and WC off, a useful storeroom and separate boot room. A superb reception room is currently being used as a snooker room (snooker table available by separate negotiation) but could equally serve as a large family room, having superb south westerly views across the gardens to open countryside. Double doors open from the snooker room into a sizeable home office with bespoke fitted storage cupboards. At the most westerly end of the property is the garden room having a semi vaulted ceiling and twin glazed French doors open to a raised, partly walled terrace, with a garden beyond.

To the first floor of the barn is a particularly noteworthy, open plan entertaining space, extending to approximately 50 foot long, with vaulted ceiling, exposed trusses and oak plank flooring. This room currently provides a seating with dining areas and an adjoining fully functioning kitchenette.

The property is approached through a gated entrance leading onto an extensive gravel laid driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles. The principal gardens sit to the south west of the house, predominantly laid to lawn, and a neatly clipped box hedge flanks a pathway leading to the front door. Steps lead down through an established clipped yew hedge to the lower gardens featuring a kitchen garden with raised vegetable beds and a substantial ornamental pond. A stepped box garden features well stocked floral beds and enjoys a flagged, partially walled, seating area with a south easterly aspect. The gardens also include a recycling area with a substantial steel lock-up shed.

To the north of the house are further lawned gardens including an aluminium framed greenhouse and a composting area with timber shed. Adjoining the garden room is an extensive raised natural stone paved terrace to enjoy the countryside views.



Padeswood, Mold, Flintshire


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Penyffordd Station0.9 miles
  • Buckley Station1.4 miles
  • Hope (Clwyd) Station2.5 miles
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Fisher German, Chester

4 Vicars Lane, Chester, CH1 1QU

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