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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Wrexham Road, Pontblyddyn, Mold

Sold STC £300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Converted Stone Barn
  • Hall, Lounge, Conservatory
  • Separate Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Utility Room, GF Shower Room
  • 2 Double Bedrooms, Bathroom
  • Parking and Detached Garage
  • Landscaped Gardens, Views

Full description

A sympathetically converted stone barn with OPTIONAL LAND offering spacious two bedroom accommodation with two reception rooms and conservatory. Occupying a slightly elevated setting with stunning views over surrounding countryside, some 4 miles from Mold, 9 miles Wrexham and 12 miles Chester. The property has been extended to the rear and provides well appointed accommodation with beamed ceilings and scope to subdivide the principal bedroom to provide a third bedroom if required. Benefitting from gas fired central heating and double glazing in the main, and in brief providing: reception hall, lounge with feature fireplace, conservatory, separate dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with oak units, utility room, ground floor shower room, first floor landing, two double sized bedrooms and a large main bathroom. Driveway parking to the front, detached garage and landscaped front and side garden areas designed for easy maintenance. ADDITIONAL 1.5 ACRE PADDOCK AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION.

Location - The property occupies an attractive rural position on the periphery of the village, set back off the A541 Mold to Wrexham road and is considered ideally placed for those wishing to commute towards Wrexham, Chester and Deeside. The property has been sympathetically converted to provide well planned two bedroom accommodation with a particularly spacious ground floor living accommodation incorporating original features whilst providing modern facilities. An adjoining paddock, extending to approximately 1.5 acre, is available by separate negotiation.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Hardwood panelled part glazed front door to:

Reception Hall - 20'0" x 5'9" overall (6.10m x 1.75m overall) - Hardwood spindled staircase to the first floor, cloaks recess, radiator and radiator. Panelled glazed internal door to:

Living Room - 15'2" x 10'11" (4.62m x 3.33m) - Beamed ceiling, feature mahogany style fireplace with marble inset and hearth and coal effect gas fire with brass surround. Four wall light points, double panelled radiator, tv aerial point and double glazed window with open aspect. Twin panelled glazed hardwood doors to the conservatory.

Conservatory - 9'3" x 8'11" (2.82m x 2.72m) - Built on a stone base with hardwood framed double glazed windows and matching french doors to the adjoining patio. Pitched polycarbonate roof with exposed timbers and suspended fan/light unit. Feature stone walling, tiled floor and power points.

Dining Room - 15'6" x 8'8" (4.72m x 2.64m) - Double glazed windows to the front and rear aspects, beamed ceiling, three wall light points and double panelled radiator. Panelled glazed door to the kitchen.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 15'5" x 9'1" (4.70m x 2.77m) - Well fitted with a quality range of oak fronted base and wall units with contrasting marble effect work tops with inset composite sink unit with preparation bowl and mixer tap. Under cupboard lighting, glazed display cabinet and shelving, and matching breakfast table. Space for electric cooker and plumbing for washing machine. Integrated freezer and fridge. Wall mounted Baxi gas fired central heating boiler (installed 2014), beamed ceiling with recessed lighting, two UPVC double glazed windows tiled floor, double panelled radiator and hardwood panelled single glazed exterior door.

Utility Room - 9'1" x 6'7" (2.77m x 2.01m) - A range of light oak fronted base and wall units with work tops, tiled floor, radiator and single glazed wood panelled exterior door.

Shower Room/Wc - 8'1" x 5'6" (2.46m x 1.68m) - Comprising corner shower cubicle with electric shower, vanity wash basin with cupboard beneath and low flush wc. Tiled floor, radiator and double glazed window.

First Floor Landing - Velux double glazed roof light, balustrade staircase, exposed purlin and wall light point.

Bedroom One - 18'4" x 15'7" (max overall) (5.59m x 4.75m ( max overall)) - A spacious master bedroom capable of possible sub-division, with double glazed window to the side gable and two Velux double glazed roof lights. Exposed purlins, range of fitted cupboards to either side, tv aerial point, recessed lighting and deep built-in cupboard housing the hot and cold water storage tanks.

Bedroom Two - 15'4" (max) x 11'1" (4.67m ( max) x 3.38m) - A double sized room with double glazed window to the side elevation with open aspect, Velux double glazed roof light, exposed purlins and radiator.

Bathroom - 11'11" x 9'0" (3.63m x 2.74m) - A spacious principal bathroom fitted with a white traditional style suite comprising oak panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls, radiator, recessed lighting and double glazed window.

Outside - A ranch style gate leads to a wide tarmacadam drive, which forms part of the Barn, providing ample parking. A right of access will exist over the drive for the benefit of the adjoining property known as Queens Farm and parking for two cars.

Front Garden - To the front and side are mainly hard landscaped areas which are surrounded by fields and offer lovely views across surrounding countryside. Loose slate border with shrubs and ornamental outside light.

Rear Garden - Mainly landscaped rear garden to include a large paved patio area for easy maintenance and uninterrupted views. Deep barked shrubbery border with established trees and bushes. Outside light and tap.

Detached Garage - Single prefabricated garage.

Optional Paddock - The adjoining paddock extending to approximately 1.5 acres is available by separate negotiation. The land has access off the shared drive and is well hedged/fenced. A section of the lower paddock will be retained by the owners to provide access to adjoining land.

Services - We understand the property benefits from mains water, electricity, drainage and gas.

Council Tax - Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band E.

Directions - From the Agent's Mold office, proceed along Chester Street, and at the mini roundabout take the second exit onto Chester Road. At the main roundabout take the third exit towards Wrexham and continue for approximately one and a half miles into Pontblyddyn. On entering the village, turn right next to the speed camera sign (before the petrol station) into the private entrance with stone columns whereupon the property will be found set back on the right 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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