4 bedroom detached house for saleInstitute Lane, Northop Hall, Mold
- Spacious Detached Property
- Through Lounge/Dining Room
- Conservatory and Snug
- Kitchen and Large Utility Room
- GF Bathroom and 4th Bedroom
- 3 FF Bedrooms and Shower
- Large Garage and Gardens
- Cul-De-Sac Position
A deceptively spacious 3/4 bedroom detached dormer property with larger than average garage, located to the head of this established cul-de-sac of individual homes bordering onto woodland. Occupying a convenient position to the centre of this popular village, some four and a half miles from Mold and within a short drive of the A55 Expressway at Ewloe enabling ease of access throughout the region. The property provides versatile accommodation with 3 reception rooms and conservatory. Benefitting from gas fired central heating with updated boiler, replacement UPVC double glazed windows to the majority and oak flooring. In brief the accommodation comprises: 'L' shaped reception hall, spacious through lounge/dining room with feature fireplace and adjoining conservatory, snug/optional bedroom, kitchen, large utility room, ground floor bathroom, ground floor 4th bedroom, first floor landing, 3 double sized bedrooms and shower room. Off-road parking, substantial garage and mature gardens to the front and rear with profusion of mature plants and shrubs.
Location - Northop Hall is a popular residential village located some 4.5 miles from Mold and within 10 miles of Chester. The A55 Expressway is within three-quarters of a mile enabling ease of access throughout the region. There is a popular primary school in the village, a local shop serving daily needs and inn.
The Accommodation Comprises: - UPVC double glazed panelled door to:
Reception Hall - Turned staircase to the first floor, solid oak flooring, double panelled radiator, coved ceiling, double glazed window and range of storage cupboards.
Snug/Optional Bedroom - 13'3" x 10'11" (4.04m x 3.33m) - Double glazed window to the front, freestanding wood burning stove with hearth, tv aerial point and double panelled radiator.
Lounge - 24'1" x 12'6" (7.34m x 3.81m) - A spacious room with continuation of the oak flooring, double glazed window overlooking the garden with pleasing wooded aspect opposite and matching french doors leading through to the adjoining conservatory. Feature mahogany style fireplace surround with marble inset and hearth and coal effect gas fire, deep coved ceiling, tv aerial point and double panelled radiator.
Conservatory - 9'8" x 6'6" (2.95m x 1.98m) - A small conservatory of UPVC double glazed construction with matching french door to the adjoining patio and garden. Tiled floor.
Bedroom Four - 10'0" x 9'0" (3.05m x 2.74m) - Double glazed window to the front and radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 12'6" x 11'7" (3.81m x 3.53m) - Fitted with a range of oak fronted base and wall cupboards with contrasting dark tone stone effect work tops with inset circular sink unit with matching drainer and mixer tap. Space for range style cooker, tiled splashback, glazed display cabinet, integrated fridge and void and plumbing for slimline dishwasher. Tile effect laminate flooring, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, telephone point, double panelled radiator and built-in shelved pantry cupboard.
Ground Floor Bathroom - 7'7" x 5'5" (2.31m x 1.65m) - Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower and screen over, vanity wash basin with cabinets beneath and low flush wc. Part tiled walls, matching tiled floor, radiator, electric chrome towel heater and double glazed window.
Utility Room - 22'0" x 10'5" (max) reducing to 6'0" (6.71m x 3.18m ( max) reducing to 1.83m) - A large utility room with access to the front and rear of the property and internal door to the garage. Range of base cupboards, single drainer sink unit, double panelled radiator, plumbing for washing machine, pine ceiling, double glazed window, modern Worcester gas fired central heating boiler and built-in store housing the hot water cylinder tank.
First Floor Landing - Double glazed window.
Bedroom One - 11'7" x 11'0" extending to 12'10" (max) (3.53m x 3.35m ex tending to 3.91m ( max)) - Double glazed window to the side elevation, loft access, radiator and range of built-in wardrobes extending the full length of one wall with sliding door fronts, hanging rails and shelving.
Bedroom Two - 12'7" (max) x 9'4" (3.84m ( max) x 2.84m) - A double sized room with wide double glazed dormer window to the rear with wooded aspect opposite, modern fitted wardrobe unit with matching chest of drawers and bedside cabinets, and radiator.
Bedroom Three - 12'11" (max) x 10'10" (3.94m ( max) x 3.30m) - A double sized room with double glazed window to the side elevation, radiator and fitted shelving/hanging rails.
Shower Room - 5'4" x 4'11" (1.63m x 1.50m) - Comprising corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, vanity wash hand basin with cabinet beneath and low flush wc. Fully tiled walls, double panelled radiator and double glazed window.
Outside - Brick paved driveway to the front, which extends across the front elevation of the property providing low maintenance and with attractive shrubbery border/rockery to the front with loose slate chippings and various mature shrubs and bushes. Outside light.
Garage - 22'6" x 14' (6.86m x 4.27m) - A larger than average single garage with up and over door, single glazed window, service pit and power and light. Completely re-roofed January 2018 with 20 yr guarantee.
Rear Garden - To the rear is a private mature lawned garden, which borders onto an area of woodland which enjoys a southerly aspect. There is a paved terrace to the rear elevation of the property, established shrubbery borders and a further lawned garden to the side of the house. Additional lights.
Council Tax - Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.
Directions - From the the Agent's Mold Office proceed along the High Street turning right at the traffic lights onto King Street. At the roundabout take the second exit towards New Brighton and on reaching the traffic lights by County Hall bear left for Northop. Continue through Sychdyn to Northop traffic lights and turn right. Continue for approximately a quarter of a mile and take the right turning signposted for Northop Hall immediately on cross the A55 Expressway. Follow the road into the village, proceeding past the shop and Parish Church set back on the left hand side and continue for approximately a third of a mile and turn right into Institute Lane just after the car park and tennis courts. The property will then be found at the head of the cul de sac immediately ahead.
Viewing - By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.
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