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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Ffordd Y Felin, Treuddyn, Mold


Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Country Cottage
  • Scope for Extension (STC)
  • Exposed Beams & Stone
  • Kitchen and Living Room
  • Dining Hall
  • Study/bedroom
  • 2 Further Bedrooms
  • Garden with Views

Full description

A charming three bedroom detached country cottage occupying an idyllic rural setting at the far end of a no-through lane, in between the popular villages of Treuddyn and Nercwys, some three miles from Mold. Enjoying a secluded setting in good sized gardens overlooking the River Terrig. The property has been extended and provides further scope for possible extension (subject to usual planning consents) and benefits from gas (LPG) fired central heating system and double glazing to the majority. Features include beamed ceilings and exposed stone internal walls, and in brief comprises: kitchen, living room with feature fireplace and cast-iron LPG stove, dining hall, ground floor bedroom/study, bathroom and two further bedrooms to the first floor. Located to the side of the property is a good sized garden with timber decked patio and views over the surrounding woodland and countryside. To the front of the property there is ample off-road parking.

Location - The property occupies a rural setting at the far end of a minor lane surrounded by unspoilt rolling countryside and woodland with numerous country walks in the vicinity. The market town of Mold is within a short drive, which provides a good range of shopping facilities catering for most daily needs, schools for all ages and leisure facilities. Treuddyn itself has a local shop/post office, community centre and popular primary school.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Twin UPVC double glazed doors to:

Kitchen - 9'5" x 8'8" (2.87m x 2.64m) - Fitted with a range of wood fronted base and wall units with contrasting mottled effect work tops incorporated an enamel Belfast style sink and tiled splashback; cupboard housing a modern Worcester gas fired (LPG) condensing boiler (installed 2016), space for electric cooker and fridge/freezer, quarry tiled floor, electricity meter, double glazed window to the rear elevation, radiator, beamed ceiling and open tread staircase to the first floor. Panelled glazed inner door to living room.

Living Room - 10'6" x 9'9" (3.20m x 2.97m) - A cosy room with double glazed window to the front, feature stone inglenook fireplace/chimney breastm slate hearth and freestanding gas (LPG) cast-iron stove. Beamed ceiling, painted stone walls, tv aerial point, telephone point and radiator. Glazed twin doors to the dining hallway.

Dining Hallway - 11'2" x 6'9" plus recess (3.40m x 2.06m plus recess) - Single glazed window, plumbing for washing machine, radiator and stable door.

Study/Bedroom Three - 9'2" max x 8'7" (2.79m max x 2.62m) - Double glazed window to the side elevation, range of fitted wardrobe units with pine door fronts extending the full length of one wall with hanging rails and shelving, and radiator.

Bathroom - 10'6" max x 7'10" (3.20m max x 2.39m) - Fitted with a three piece suite comprising corner shaped bath, pedestal wash basin and wc. Radiator, extractor fan and double glazed window.

First Floor -

Bedroom One - 15'5" max x 10'10" (4.70m max x 3.30m) - An attractive room with vaulted ceiling including exposed beams, split-level floor, wall light point, radiator and double glazed window.

Bedroom Two - 10'11" x 7'6" (3.33m x 2.29m) - Double glazed window, wall light points and radiator.

Outside - Wide double timber gates lead to a spacious concrete forecourt which extends to the front of the property providing ample off-road parking and access to the gardens beyond.

Garden - Lawned side garden with timber decked patio affording pleasing views over the surrounding woodland, river and nearby countryside. Within the garden is the LPG gas tank, outside tap and security lights.

Agent's Note - Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band E.

Private septic tank drainage.

Directions - From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along Wrexham Street, passing the Alun High Street on the right hand side, and take the right hand turn thereafter signposted for Nercwys. Follow the road out of Mold and up the hill, passing the Butchers Arms on the left hand side and then immediately after the narrow bridge take the immediate left turning onto Ffordd y Felin. Follow the lane to its furthest point, keeping left at the fork in the road, whereupon the cottage is the very last property on the left hand side.

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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Added on Rightmove:
16 November 2017


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