4 bedroom detached house for saleCefn Eurgain Lane, Rhosesmor, Mold
- Detached Country Property
- Spectacular Views
- 2 Attractive Reception Rooms
- Farmhouse Style Kitchen
- Utility Room and WC
- Three/Four Bedrooms
- Single Garage and Outbuilding
- Mature Front and Rear Gardens
A sympathetically extended three/four bedroom detached country property enjoying a peaceful location with spectacular views over the surrounding rolling countryside. Located along a minor country lane between the noted villages of Rhosesmor and Northop, some 3.5 miles from Mold and within a short drive of the A55 Expressway. The property has benefitted from improvements to include an excellent stone built extension to provide adaptable accommodation with scope to provide four double sized bedrooms and a potential en suite shower room. To the ground floor there are two attractive reception rooms (one with a deep inglenook fireplace), a traditional farmhouse style kitchen with bespoke units and a large modern utility room with adjoining wc. Outside there is ample off-road parking, a substantial single garage, mature gardens to the front and rear, and a small outbuilding. Double glazing to part and modern oil fired central heating system.
Location - Ty Eurgain occupies an elevated rural position with far reaching views in all directions across to the Clwydian Range, Cheshire and the Wirral Peninsula in the far distance. Although rurally situated, the property is within a few minutes drive of the twice weekly street market town of Mold and A55 Expressway at Northop is about 1.5 miles, enabling ease of access throughout the region. There are popular primary schools in both Rhosesmor and Northop, whilst Northop also has a village shop, inn and golf course. Mold provides a comprehensive range of shops serving daily needs, highly regarded secondary schools, a number of popular restaurants and Theatr Clwyd.
Formerly two properties, the original being stone built with later Victorian addition, the property has since been sympathetically updated and extended in recent years to provide a versatile home of considerable character with most rooms enjoying far reaching views. To the first floor is a large study/optional bedroom with adjoining studio room (forming part of the new extension) with vaulted ceiling and exterior stone stairs, which could be adapted to provide a superb master bedroom with ensuite.
The Accommodation Comprises: - Wood panelled front door with double glazed window above to:
Entrance Porch - 5'2" x 3'0" (1.57m x 0.91m) - Single glazed window, quarry tiled floor and electricity meter. Traditional half glazed pine panelled internal door to:
Reception Hall - Pitched pine spindle staircase to the first floor, continuation of the quarry tiled floor, under stairs cupboard and traditional pine interior doors leading to the lounge and kitchen.
Lounge - 18'6" x 11'5" (5.64m x 3.48m) - An attractive room with single glazed bay window to the front elevation with sash windows and further double glazed window to the side elevation overlooking the garden with views beyond. Feature polished slate fireplace surround with tiled hearth and open grate, and radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 11'11" x 11'11" (3.63m x 3.63m) - Fitted with a range of bespoke base units with light cream coloured door fronts and granite work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink unit and traditional style mixer tap. Matching larder cupboard, integrated dishwasher and Britannia gas (LPG) six-burner range cooker with two ovens. Quarry tiled floor, windows to three aspects with views over the gardens, recessed lighting and radiator.
(Kitchen/Breakfast Room) -
Sitting Room - 12'2" x 11'4" extending to 14'9" (max) (3.71m x 3.45m ex tending to 4.50m ( max)) - Full length double glazed door leading out to the adjoining patio, further window to the rear elevation with far reaching views and large stone inglenook fireplace with exposed beam, raised hearth and freestanding multi-fuel stove. Natural slate floor and radiator.
(Sitting Room) -
Rear Hallway - Continuation of the slate floor, radiator and part glazed wood panelled exterior door to the drive.
Cloakroom/Wc - Comprising wc with concealed cistern, slate floor and double glazed window.
Utility Room - 12'5" x 8'2" (3.78m x 2.49m) - A large utility room fitted with a modern range of gloss white fronted base and wall units with blue coloured work tops with stainless sink unit with mixer tap and natural slate splashback. Void and plumbing for washing machine, slate floor, radiator, double glazed window and double glazed exterior door.
First Floor -
Split Level Landing - Pitched pine balustrade staircase, dormer single glazed window with far reaching views, tall contemporary style radiator and wood flooring to part.
Bedroom One - 15'10" x 11'6" (4.83m x 3.51m) - Single and double glazed windows to two aspects with views, exposed floor boards, recessed lighting and radiator.
Bedroom Two - 12'1" x 12'0" (3.68m x 3.66m) - A double sized room with double glazed windows to two aspects with views, recessed lighting, shelved alcove and radiator.
Box Room - 5'4" x 4'3" (1.63m x 1.30m) - Single glazed window, radiator, shelf and hanging rail.
Bathroom - 11'3" x 6'6" (3.43m x 1.98m) - Fitted with a modern white suite with vanity unit with marble top, mixer tap and cabinet beneath, wood panelled bath, separate tiled shower enclosure with mains shower valve and wc with concealed cistern. Feature wood wall panelling with matching built-in cupboards, recessed lighting, chrome towel radiator, pebble effect flooring and large velux double glazed roof light.
Study/Optional Bedroom - 13'2" x 12'4" (4.01m x 3.76m) - Double glazed dormer to two aspects with far reaching views, wood flooring and radiator. Door to studio/bedroom.
(Study/Optional Bedroom) -
Studio/Optional Bedroom - 14'6" x 13'3" (4.42m x 4.04m) - A spacious and well lit room with vaulted ceiling, double glazed dormer window and matching french doors leading out onto an external staircase with matching roof light above and beautiful views over the surrounding rolling countryside. Vinyl flooring, radiator and door to cloakroom/wc.
Cloakroom/Wc (Potential En Suite) - 10'6" x 5'0" (3.20m x 1.52m) - Fitted with a modern range of base cupboards and drawers with work tops, inset sink unit with mixer tap and tiled splashback. Low flush wc, chrome towel radiator, shelving and small high level double glazed window.
Outside - The property occupies a lane-side setting and is approached via a stone columned entrance with a wide ranch timber gate leading to a gravelled drive providing off-road parking and access to the integral garage.
Garage - 18'10" x 14'8" < 10'7" (5.74m x 4.47m <3.23m) - With up and over wood panelled door, double glazed window, power and light installed, tap, range of base and wall cupboards and housing a Worcester oil fired central heating boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder tank.
Front Garden - Established front and side lawned gardens bounded to the lane-side by hedging and to include various established shrubs, bushes and trees. There is a paved patio area adjoining the side of the house providing a pleasant seating / barbeque area. There is a separate pedestrian gate onto the lane, a number of mature fruit trees and outside lights.
Rear Garden - To the rear is a good sized split-level lawned garden which borders onto open farmland and enjoys far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. Stone retaining walls to part, vegetable garden with raised beds and loose slate chipped pathways. In addition, there is also an old brick built store located to the upper part of the garden with part slate/corrugated roof and divided into two storage units.
Attached Workshop - With glazed exterior door, double glazed roof light and power and light installed. Outside lights and tap.
Agent's Note - Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.
Private drainage system.
Directions - From the Agent's Mold Office proceed up the High Street and turn right at the traffic lights onto King Street. At the roundabout take the first exit onto the A541 Denbigh road. Follow this road out of the town and after approximately a mile and a half take the right handed turning signposted for Rhosesmor/Halkyn. Follow the road up the hill and take the second right handed turning onto the minor lane, denoted by the large brick built building on the corner. Follow this road up the hill, passing Bryn Ffynnon Farm on the right hand side, whereupon the property will be found a short distance thereafter on the left hand side just before the minor junction in the road.
Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.
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