Ffordd Y Blaenau, Treuddyn, Flintshire
- STONE FARMHOUSE
- CIRCA 1770
- 4/5 BEDROOMS
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 60FT BARN
- 45FT STABLE BLOCK
- FULL REWIRE IN 2014
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
Reid and Roberts Estate Agents are delighted to offer For Sale the above Four Bedroom Detached Stone Farm House which is set in 2 acres thought to date back to 1770 and is situated in a sought after location of Treuddyn which is just a few miles from the market Town of Mold.
The property is approached via electric double wooden gates which sweeps round to the rear of the property into a breeze block Car Port which could easily convert into extra stables with a tack room attached. The property is accessed to the rear via a Enclosed Porch leading into the Reception Hallway which has a galleried turned staircase. The property offers larger than average rooms to includes to the ground floor: Kitchen, Sitting Room with Multi Fuel Burner, Dining Room, with an opening into the Lounge which also has a Multi Fuel Burner. Off the Kitchen you will find an Inner Hallway which leads into a Utility Room, Downstairs Bedroom or Study Room and a Downstairs Toilet. This area would easily be converted into a self contained annexe or holiday let as it has its own entrance door which leads to the side and front garden.
A turned galleried staircase leads to the first floor accommodation having a well lit landing leading into Bedroom One, Bedroom Two and Bathroom and an Inner Landing leads to Bedroom Three, Bedroom Four and a Shower Room.
Outside is approached via a driveway leading to the rear of the property providing 'off road' parking for several vehicles. Good sized garden to the front which is mainly laid to lawn bounded by a stone wall and steps leading to further lawned area.
To the rear you will find further off road parking with gravelled yard providing access into the rear of the property and into the car port with Tack Room attached. Further yard space with access to the Stables, Barn and Paddock
Treuddyn is a popular rural village standing in the heart of rolling countryside some 5.5 miles from the market town of Mold which provides a wide range of facilities catering for most daily requirements and within 1/3rd mile of the A5104 Corwen to Chester Road enabling ease of access towards Chester some 14 miles distant, Wrexham and the motorway network across the North West Region.
Accommodation Comprises - Wooden Upvc double glazed door with frosted leaded panels leads to:
Enclosed Porch - 1.8m x 1.1m (5'11" x 3'7") - Single glazed unit, tiled flooring, single panelled radiator, port hole window.
Door with glazed panel leads into:
Reception Hall - 4m x 2m (13'1" x 6'7") - Turned staircase leads to the First Floor Accommodation, under stairs storage space, double panelled radiator, phone point and wood effect laminate flooring.
Doors leading to:
Dining Room - 4.5m x 3.3m (14'9" x 10'10") - Double glazed window to the rear elevation, double panelled radiator, textured ceiling and wood effect laminate flooring.
Square opening leading to:
Lounge - 4.9m x 4m (16'1" x 13'1") - Double glazed window to the front elevation, raised slate hearth housing cast iron multi fuel burner with wooden beam over, shelving to recess, aerial and sky point, textured ceiling and wood effect laminate flooring.
Door Off Hallway Leads Into: -
Sitting Room - Double glazed window to the front elevation, single panelled radiator, feature quarry tiled hearth, inglenook fire stove housing cast iron multi fuel burner and exposed stone wall.
Kitchen - 4.8m x 2.7m (15'9" x 8'10") - Housing a range of wall and base units with complementary granite worktops over, feature Inglenook area housing electric double oven with storage, pull out larder units and bespoke plate holder. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with tiled splash back, four ring LPG gas hob with triple extractor fan over, void and plumbing for dish washer, integrated fridge, plinth heater, quarry tiled flooring and beamed ceiling.
Door leads into:
Inner Hallway - 3.5m x 1.5m (11'6" x 4'11") - Quarry tiled flooring with doors off to:
Utility Room - 2m x 2.2m (6'7" x 7'3") - Floor standing combination oil fired boiler, void and plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink unit, single glazed window, quarry tiled flooring, glazed door leads to side of the property, space for fridge freezer.
Downstairs Bedroom - 3.3m x 2.1m (10'10" x 6'11") - Single panelled radiator, double glazed window to the rear elevation and loft access.
Downstairs Wc - Low flush WC, corner sink, double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation and double panelled radiator.
First Floor Accommodation -
Galleried Landing - Double glazed window to the rear elevation, high ceiling and smoke alarm.
Doors lead off to:
Bedroom One - 4.37m x 4.2m (14'4" x 13'9") - Double glazed window to the front elevation, double panelled radiator, vanity unit with recessed sink, fixed mirror, exposed beam and high ceiling with loft access.
Bedroom Two - 4.5m x 3.3m (14'9" x 10'10") - Double glazed windows to side and rear elevations, single panelled radiator, textured ceiling and pedestal sink.
Bathroom - 3.3m x 1.9m (10'10" x 6'3") - Suite comprises, roll top bath with claw feet, pedestal sink, low flush WC, tiled to dado height, double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation, double panelled radiator and textured ceiling.
Access leads to:
Inner Landing - Two storage cupboards, one previously housing water tank/ immersion heater for hot boiler but now used as storage/drying area.
Bedroom Three - 4.1m 2.4m by 1.7m x 1.5m (13'5" 7'10" by 5'7" x 4'11") - Double glazed window to the front elevation, single panelled radiator.
Bedroom Four - 2.8m x 2.4m (9'2" x 7'10") - Double glazed window to the front elevation, double panelled radiator.
Shower Room - 1.9m x 1.3m (6'3" x 4'3") - Low flush WC, corner tiled shower, corner hand basin, fully tiled walls, vinyl flooring, double glazed window to the rear elevation, single panelled radiator with fitted towel rail and high ceiling.
To The Front - The property is approached via a driveway leading to the rear of the property and providing 'off road' parking for several vehicles. Good sized garden to the front which is mainly laid to lawn bounded by stone wall and steps leading to further lawned area.
To The Rear - To the rear you will find further off road parking with gravelled yard providing access into the rear of the property and into car port with Tack Room attached. Gravel continues to further yard space with access to barn, stables and paddock. Oil tank to the rear with clothes drying area, bin storage area and small raised garden area.
Small dwarf wall with trees divides top drive area from bottom yard area, with driveway allowing access to large area with ample parking for caravan, horse trailer/horse box.
Car Port - 5.1m x 4.9m (16'9" x 16'1") - Open stone and block car port with light and power.
Tack Room - 4.8m x 2.5m (15'9" x 8'2") - Secure tack room with power and lighting with ample space for equipment store/ feed area and rug store.
Barn - 18.2m x 10.2 (59'9" x 33'6") - Large Barn with potential to convert to extra stables/car workshop etc. High ceiling and well ventilated with power, lighting and water. Previously used for winter turn out while paddock was rested. Currently used as car workshop and wood chopping area. Sliding door leads through to stable area at the rear. Septic tank is located next to the barn.
Stables - 13.8m x 5.7m (45'3" x 18'8") - Large stable area housing 3 stables including stallion stable, large stable previously used for mare and foal and smaller stable which could be used for equipment store/feed area/rug store. Water and lighting with walkway leading to secure paddock at the rear. Paddock can be accessed from the right hand side of the large barn without having to go through the barn or stable area. Fantastic hacking on the doorstep.
Council Tax Band G -
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Ffordd Y Blaenau, Treuddyn, Flintshire
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Cefn-y-bedd Station4.1 miles
- Caergwrle Station4.1 miles
- Hope (Clwyd) Station4.1 miles
About the agent
Reid & Roberts office is situated in the main thoroughfare of Estate Agents in the centre of Mold. Mold being the largest historical market town in the County of Flintshire and has a proud history. The medieval church of St Mary's is the centre piece to the town. The beautiful Clwyd Hills to the west of the town are ever popular with walkers and is located on the northern section of the Offa's Dyke Path, the long distance walk that leads from Prestatyn to Chepstow in the south of Wales.
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