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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Brook Street, Llanarmon-yn-Ial, Mold

Sold STC £285,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Period Cottage
  • Dining Room with Inglenook
  • Attractive Living Room
  • Study and Conservatory
  • Kitchen with Appliances
  • GF Bathroom
  • 2 Bedrooms and En Suite
  • Large Gardens and Parking

Full description

A delightful two bedroom detached period cottage occupying an idyllic setting in the centre of this picturesque village with views across wooded countryside. Standing in large gardens together with private parking and providing charming accommodation of character which has been subject to a sympathetic programme of modernisation in recent years. Features include beamed ceilings, an inglenook fireplace, oak flooring, leaded windows, and a modern fitted kitchen, bathroom and en suite shower room. In brief comprising: out-built front entrance porch, dining room with inglenook fireplace, attractive living room with wood burning stove, study, conservatory, kitchen with integrated appliances, ground floor bathroom with four piece suite, first floor landing, master bedroom with luxury en suite shower room and second bedroom. Oil fired central heating. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Location - This charming cottage occupies a private position a short distance from the village centre with historic village Church, community run Inn and Shop. It stands within large gardens extending to approximately 0.45 acre in total, and provides scope for extension, subject to necessary planning consent being obtained. The property has been sympathetically refurbished by the present owners incorporating up to date fittings whilst retaining original features and the sale provides a rare opportunity to acquire a charming detached cottage in a picturesque village location.

Llanarmon Yn Ial is a noted rural village situated on the eastern slopes of the Clwydian Range, approximately 8 miles from the market town of Mold, 17 miles from Chester and is conveniently placed for access throughout the region. The area is renowned for its scenic beauty and numerous country walks and bridle paths, to include the famous Offas Dyke path along the Clwydian Range.

The Accommodation Comprises: - Double glazed leaded effect wood panelled door to:

Entrance Porch - 4'0" x 3'3" (1.22m x 0.99m) - Matching leaded windows to either side, stone floor and solid oak internal door to:

Dining Room - 13'6" x 11'0" extending to 13'9" (4.11m x 3.35m ex tending to 4.19m) - Stone inglenook fireplace with exposed beam, raised hearth and open grate (currently capped), beamed ceiling, wall light points, oak flooring, radiator and leaded window to the front elevation. Oak door to the living room.



Living Room - 13'5" x 13'3" (4.09m x 4.04m) - An attractive room with recessed stone fireplace with exposed beam, stone hearth and multi-fuel stove, beamed ceiling and wall light points, oak flooring, turned open tread pine staircase to the first floor and leaded windows to the front and side elevations with views across surrounding countryside. TV aerial point and radiator. Opening to the study.

Study - 12'10" x 4'8" (3.91m x 1.42m) - Double glazed leaded window to the side elevation with rural aspect, continuation of the oak flooring, internal leaded windows and matching door to the conservatory.

Conservatory - 13'0" x 8'0" (3.96m x 2.44m) - UPVC double glazed windows, polycarbonate type roof covering, tiled floor, radiator, wall light points, power points and double glazed door to the garden.

Kitchen - 16'11" x 5'3" (5.16m x 1.60m) - Fitted with a modern range of cream coloured fronted base and wall units with oak wood work tops with inset sink unit with preparation bowl and mixer tap. Integrated appliances comprising ceramic hob, electric oven and fridge/freezer. Plumbing for washing machine. Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, slate tiled floor, radiator, two leaded windows and double glazed exterior door.

Bathroom - 11'5" x 6'1" (3.48m x 1.85m) - A well appointed bathroom with a modern white four piece suite comprising shaped bath with mixer tap, corner shower cubicle with curved screen and chrome shower valve, pedestal wash basin with feature tap and low flush wc. Attractive part tiled walls with matching tiled floor, two double glazed leaded windows, radiator, towel radiator and loft access.



First Floor Landing - Exposed purlins.

Bedroom One - 13'8" x 11'1" overall (4.17m x 3.38m overall) - Double glazed leaded window to the front with shutters and matching high level dormer window to the rear. Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and radiator.

En Suite Shower Room - 4'9" x 3'11" (1.45m x 1.19m) - Fully tiled luxury en suite shower room with wet floor system, chrome shower valve, contemporary wash hand basin and low flush wc. Two wall light points, exposed beam and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two - 13'8" x 10'0" reducing to 8'3" (4.17m x 3.05m reducing to 2.51m) - Leaded effect window to the front with shutters and matching high level dormer window to the rear dormer window to rear, vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins and radiator.

Outside - The property is approached over a gravelled drive from the village centre, which leads down to the cottage with parking/turning area. Stone walling extends to either side of the drive together with brick paved pathways and shrubbery borders which extend to the rear of the cottage.

Gardens - The gardens principally extend to the side and rear and include a large split-level lawned area with stone retaining walls, gravelled pathways and ranch style fencing. To the side of the cottage is a further brick paved patio area with raised borders, outside security lights and tap.

There are views from the main garden across surrounding woodland and countryside beyond, and steps to a lower tiered garden, with various established trees and bushes, small timber garden shed and a further timber framed/corrugated store.

The whole, to include cottage, gardens and drive extends to approximately 0.45 acre.







Council Tax - Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band E.

Directions - From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along New Street and thereafter onto Ruthin Road. On reaching the mini-roundabout on the outskirts of the town, take the second exit onto the A494 towards Ruthin. Follow the road through Gwernymynydd, Cadole and Llanferres and therefore take the left fork onto the B5431 Llanarmon-yn-Ial/Graianrhyd road. Follow the road for approximately one and a half miles and take the right turning for Llanarmon-yn-Ial village. Follow the road into the village, passing The Raven Inn on the right, and follow the road around the Church whereupon the driveway to the property will be found in the left hand corner of the road, denoted by the Agent's 'for sale' board.

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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