4 bedroom detached bungalow for saleRhes y Cae, Holywell
- Detached Bungalow
- Lounge, Dining Room, Day Room
- Sitting Room / Bedroom Four
- Kitchen Breakfast Room
- Three Bedrooms and Bathroom
- Immaculate Gardens
- Double Garage, Ample Parking
- Views across to Moel Famau
***NO ONWARD CHAIN*** A beautifully appointed three/four bedroom detached bungalow of individual design, standing within immaculate gardens with fine views across to Moel Famau and the Clwydian Hills. Occupying a private position to the centre of this small rural village with parking for several cars and a large detached double garage. Originally built by the present owners in 1974, the property has since been extended to provide spacious and adaptable family sized accommodation with principal rooms taking full advantage of the setting. Benefitting from a high standard of decorative order, an oil fired central heating system and double glazing, and in brief providing: reception hall, spacious lounge, dining room, day room, sitting room/optional fourth bedroom, kitchen breakfast room, three further bedrooms and modern bathroom. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Location - The property occupies an attractive setting to the centre of the village and stands in delightful gardens of approximately 0.36 acre with uninterrupted views across to the Clwydian Hills. It is approached over a gravelled drive which extends to the front providing ample parking for several vehicles. The village is surrounding by rolling countryside and is located some five miles from Mold, which provides a good range of shops and facilities catering for daily needs, and is 2 miles of the A55 Expressway at Pentre Halkyn enabling ease of access throughout the region.
The Accommodation Comprises: - UPVC double glazed leaded effect front door with matching side panel to:
Reception Hall - Light oak effect laminate flooring, telephone point, radiator, built-in cupboard, access to roof space and pine panelled interior doors to all rooms.
Lounge - 22'0" x 13'4" overall (6.71m x 4.06m overall) - A spacious and well lit room with wide double glazed window to the front with superb views across to Moel Famau and the Clwydian Range. Contemporary pebble effect electric fireplace (coal fire possible with chimney), wide plank oak effect laminate flooring, tv aerial point, deep coved ceiling, two double panelled radiator and folding doors to:
Dining Room - 10'7" x 8'11" (3.23m x 2.72m) - UPVC double glazed patio door leading out to the adjoining patio and gardens, continuation of the wide plank oak effect laminate flooring, deep coved ceiling and double panelled radiator. Opening to:
Day Room - 12'7" x 9'8" (3.84m x 2.95m) - Double glazed window to the rear, laminate oak effect flooring, deep coved ceiling and double panelled radiator. Door to:
Sitting Room/Optional Bed 4 - 17'9" x 14'5" extending to 17'8" (5.41m x 4.39m ex tending to 5.38m) - A large versatile room, presently used as a second reception room and with scope for use as a fourth bedroom/guest room if required. UPVC double glazed french doors and windows to the front with superb views across to the hills, oak laminate flooring, deep coved ceiling and two double panelled radiators.
Kitchen Breakfast Room - 22'7" x 8'11" reducing to 7'7" (6.88m x 2.72m reducing to 2.31m) - Well fitted with a range of solid pine fronted base and wall units with contrasting work tops, inset sink unit with preparation bowl and mixer tap. Integrated Neff appliances comprising touch control induction hob, electric oven and cooker hood. Void for fridge, freezer, tumble dryer and plumbing for washing machine. Two double glazed windows overlooking the gardens, tiled floor, recessed lighting, three radiators and UPVC double glazed exterior door.
Bedroom One - 14'0" x 11'9" plus wardrobes (4.27m x 3.58m plus wardrobes) - Double glazed window to the front, views across to the hills, further window to the side elevation, laminate oak effect flooring, radiator and range of built-in wardrobes with white door fronts.
Bedroom Two - 13'8" x 10'11" plus wardrobes (4.17m x 3.33m plus wardrobes) - A double sized room with double glazed window to the rear, two built-in double wardrobes with matching chest of drawers and locker type cupboards above and radiator.
Bedroom Three - 10'7" (max) x 6'8" (3.23m ( max) x 2.03m) - Double glazed window to the rear, fitted double wardrobe with cupboards beneath and radiator.
Bathroom - 10'11" x 6'3" (3.33m x 1.91m) - Well appointed with a modern white four piece suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap, separate corner shower cubicle with mains power shower valve, vanity wash basin with white cabinets beneath and low flush wc. Fully tiled walls, chrome ladder style radiator, washed wood effect Amtico floor covering, recessed lighting and double glazed window with frosted glass.
Outside - The property is approached to the rear via a stone splayed entrance with pedestrian ranch style gate and a further ranch style gate with cattle grid leading to a gravelled drive which extends to the side and around to the front of the property providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles. The drive is flanked by beautifully maintained lawns to either side, a mature conifer hedge to the boundary and deep well stocked shrubbery borders and established trees.
Front Garden - A large and well maintained front lawned garden with established conifer hedging to three sides, deep well stocked shrubbery borders with stone walling and steps leading down to the lawn with fish pond to the centre. Brick paved patio area extending across the front of the property taking full advantage of the setting and views.
Front Elevation -
Detached Double Garage - 20'4" x 19'11" (6.20m x 6.07m) - Located to the upper part of the plot, a substantial brick built garage with up and over door, UPVC double glazed window and matching side door. Power and light installed, tap, service pit and integral wc with wash basin.
Integral Boiler Room - Housing the oil fired central heating boiler.
Council Tax - Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.
Directions - From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along the High Street and on reaching the Bailey Hill bear right and follow the road to the junction with the Denbigh Road. Turn left and follow the road out of town for approximately 2.5 miles and turn right signposted Rhes Y Cae and Rhosesmor. On reaching The Red Lion Inn at the brow of the hill, turn left and follow this road through Moel Y Crio and thereafter into Rhes Y Cae. On entering the village take the second right (before the Church) and follow the road up the hill and take the sharp left hand turning onto the un-made lane immediately after the stone cottage (known as Chapel View) whereupon the property will be found 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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