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Cilcain

£725,000
Added on 09/03/2021
Cavendish Residential, Mold
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x4
BATHROOMS
x2

Key features

  • Substantial Barn Conversion
  • Wealth of Original Features
  • Bespoke Kitchen with Aga
  • Sitting & Dining Rooms
  • Lounge with Stove
  • Family Room/Optional Bedroom
  • 4 Beds, Bathroom & Ensuite
  • Triple Garage
  • Informal Gardens, Woodland & Paddocks - total about 3.7 acres

Property description

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A substantial and well appointed converted barn with triple garage standing in a sheltered rural position amidst informal gardens, woodland and paddocks extending in total to approximately 3.7 acres. Located to the lower slopes of the Clwydian Hills, a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, about 1.5 miles form Cilcain village and 5 miles from Mold. Originally converted in the early 1990's to provide a particularly spacious and versatile family home with a wealth of original features to include beamed ceilings, internal stone walls and superb oak staircase with galleried landing. Outside there is ample off-road parking, an excellent triple car garage and delightful landscaped gardens with stream, decked areas and garden room/studio. In brief, the accommodation with oil fired central heating, double glazing and superfast fibre broadband connection comprises; hall, bespoke kitchen with AGA range, sitting room, dining room, lounge with multi-fuel stove, family room/optional bedroom, first floor landing, four bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom.

A substantial and well appointed converted barn with triple garage standing in a sheltered rural position amidst informal gardens, woodland and paddocks extending in total to approximately 3.7 acres. Located to the lower slopes of the Clwydian Hills, a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, about 1.5 miles form Cilcain village and 5 miles from Mold. Originally converted in the early 1990's to provide a particularly spacious and versatile family home with a wealth of original features to include beamed ceilings, internal stone walls and superb oak staircase with galleried landing. Outside there is ample off-road parking, an excellent triple car garage and delightful landscaped gardens with stream, decked areas and garden room/studio. In brief, the accommodation with oil fired central heating, double glazing and superfast fibre broadband connection comprises; hall, bespoke kitchen with AGA range, sitting room, dining room, lounge with multi-fuel stove, family room/optional bedroom, first floor landing, four bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom.

Location - The property stands in a sheltered rural position along this noted lane a short distance from the Loggerheads Country Park with access onto numerous foot paths in the surrounding area and up into the Moel Famau Country Park. The local village of Cilcain is centred around the popular White Horse Inn and also has a community run shop serving daily needs, primary school and bowling green. Whilst being rurally situated the county town of Mold is only some 5 miles distance providing a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly street market, secondary schools and leisure facilities. The city of Chester is some 17 miles and both Liverpool and Manchester International airports are usually within an hours drive.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Double glazed door to Entrance Hall.

Entrance Hall - Travertine stone floor, exposed beams, radiator and traditional brace and ledge interior doors leading to:-

Cloakroom/Wc - Fitted with a modern suite comprising; wash basin and WC. Extractor fan and travertine tiled floor with electric underfloor heating.

Utility - With plumbing for washing machine.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 14'9" x 13'8" - Well appointed with a bespoke range of oak fronted base and wall units with solid granite work surfaces which extend into two deep window sills. There is a dresser style unit to one wall with concealed lighting and chimney breast with a dark blue four oven electric AGA range with twin hotplates and concealed extractor unit. In addition there is an integrated dishwasher, freezer and a matching upright AGA fridge. Continuation of the Travertine tiled floor with electric underfloor heating, partially vaulted ceiling and an exterior wood panelled door which leads to the front elevation of the property and driveway.



Sitting Room - 13'10" x 10'4" - Two double glazed windows to the rear elevation, exposed beams, continuation of the Travertine tiled floor with electric under floor heating and panelled radiator. Interior door to Inner Hall.

Inner Hall - A spacious Inner Hallway with a fine oak turned staircase with matching balustrade leading to a first floor gallery style landing. Heavy beamed ceiling and a large full length double glazed window to the rear elevation. Radiator.

Study - Double glazed window to the front elevation overlooking the driveway, fitted work areas with cupboards beneath, exposed beams and radiator.

Dining Room - 17'11" x 12'1" - An attractive double aspect room with exposed beams and feature internal stone walling. ,Wall light points, radiator and internal door leading though to the adjoining Lounge.



Lounge - 17'9" x 13'2" - A double aspect room with corner fireplace with brick surround, slate hearth and wood burning stove, heavy beamed ceiling, wall light points, TV aerial point, radiator and internal door leading though to the Family Room.

Family Room/Bedroom - 18'5" x 14'7" - A versatile room presently used as an occasional bedroom with potential to use as an additional reception/family room. High vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, French doors to the front of the property, feature exposed stone walling, oak flooring, radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Gallery Landing - High level double glazed window, open beamed ceiling and oak balustrade.

Bedroom One - 13'10" maximum x 10'7" plus recess - Double aspect windows with views over the garden, beamed ceiling, range of oak fronted wardrobe units to two walls with matching chest of drawers, radiator and airing cupboard with hot water cylinder tank and shelving.

En-Suite Shower Room - Double sized shower cubicle with power shower and body jets, wash basin and low flush WC. Access to cylinder cupboard.

Bedroom Two - 17'9" x 13' - A particularly spacious bedroom shaped ceiling with exposed beams, triple aspect windows with views, built in wardrobe and two radiators.

Bedroom Three - 12'3" x 6'5" - Double glazed window to the rear elevation, sloping ceiling, fitted wardrobe with matching dressing table and drawers and radiator.

Bedroom Four - 8'8" x 6'10" - Low level double glazed window to the front elevation with frosted glass, sloping ceiling, built-in storage cupboard and radiator.

Family Bathroom - 14'1" x 6'10" - A spacious bathroom with fitted oak cabinets comprising a Whirlpool bath with hand cut Italian marble ceramics, corner shower cubicle with matching mosaics, wash basin with oak fronted cupboards beneath and granite work surfaces to either side and low flush WC. Recessed ceiling lighting, beamed ceiling, feature stone walling and double glazed window.



Outside - The property is approached over a shared sweeping gravelled drive which provides access to this and to one other property and with a five bar gate leading to an extensive gravelled drive/parking/turning area to the front of the house with EV car charging point as well as access to the triple garage. The drive is flanked by high mature hedging and there is a section of woodland to the front which extends down to the lane. The property stands in a delightful and very private wooded setting and has an extensive patio and decked areas to the side of the house taking advantage of a mountain stream which flows through a woodland walk. Access from this area leads to the large side garden and up to the paddocks. A second drive leads down to the lane. Outside lights and tap,

Triple Car Garage - 27' x 17'10" - A splendid English Heritage Greenoak triple car garage with electric light and power installed and useful loft storage over with mezzanine.

Garden Room/Studio - 13'7" x 11'5" - A versatile room with UPVC double glazed French doors to the front and providing potential for various uses.

Side Garden - A large informal lawned side garden with established hedging to the boundaries, various mature trees, hen coup with large steel framed chicken run, tin/timber framed store.





Paddock - Located to the rear of the property is an enclosed paddock which is divided into two areas by the mountain stream and includes mature hedgerows, trees and a selection of young fruit trees. The paddock has previously been used for general grazing and presently developed as a wild meadow, encouraging a wealth of natural wildlife and habitat. There are spectacular views from the top over the surrounding countryside and there is also a tin shed to the bottom left hand corner of the paddock providing shelter and storage.

Agent's Notes - Flintshire County Council - Band H.

Private septic tank drainage.

The whole, to include property, drive, woodland and paddock, extends to approximately 3.69 acres or thereabouts.

Aml - ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation before we can confirm the sale in writing. We would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.

Directions - From Mold take the A494 towards Ruthin and on reaching the Loggerheads Country Park turn right opposite the public house and follow the lane up the hill and to the T-junction. Turn right towards Cilcain and follow the lane for approximately half a mile whereupon the entrance of the property will be found on the left hand side denoted by the black gate and sign for Ddaugae Farm. Follow the drive keeping right whereupon the property will be found immediately ahead.

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

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

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Cavendish Residential, Mold

The Cross, Mold, CH7 1AZ

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