Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 7 | Bathrooms: 3
An impressive three storey seven bedroom detached house offering very spacious and adaptable accommodation standing in an elevated position within a mature and wooded setting extending to about two acres in total. Located about 0.5 mile from the popular village centre in a very secluded setting approached over its own sweeping private driveway, this large residence has been extensively modernised to provide a highly appointed family home with potential for sub-division to create a self-contained two bedroom annexe. It affords: out-built entrance porch, large reception hall, day lounge/dining room with adjoining study, lounge, large kitchen/family room, conservatory, utility, first floor large landing, master bedroom with wardrobe area and en suite shower room, four double bedrooms and family bathroom; inner hall located off the ground floor leading to kitchen, shower room with wet floor system and bedroom, staircase leading down to lower ground floor family room/lounge with adjoining bedroom. INSPECTION RECOMMENDED. Continued over....
Double glazing and oil central heating. Detached double garage, extensive informal grounds with far reaching views towards the Clwydian Hills.
Llanarmon-yn-Ial is a noted rural village community situated on the eastern slopes of the Clwydian Range, approximately 8 miles from the market town of Mold, 17 miles from Chester and conveniently placed for access throughout the region.
Dark green composite and double glazed door with double glazed panel to the side leading to:
11'0" x 6'0" (3.35m x 1.83m)
With a wide double glazed window with a pleasing south-westerly view across the wooded garden. Ceramic tiled floor and panelled radiator. Twin Georgian style glazed doors opening to:
16'5" x 13'8" + side recess (5.00m x 4.17m +side r
With a white painted turned staircase rising off, feature brickwork in part, wall light points, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and panelled radiator. Twin Georgian style glazed doors opening to:
20'2" x 12'6" (6.15m x 3.81m)
An attractive room with a feature brick wall to one side incorporating an out-built and matching chimney breast with a raised heather brown topped hearth and a large cast-iron Stovax wood burner. To the front elevation the room extends outwards into a study area 3.91m x 1.83m (12'10" x 6'0") which benefits from a high degree of natural light with two double glazed windows affording southerly and westerly views towards the Clwydian Hills. Coved ceiling, decorative ceiling roses and two panelled radiators. Twin Georgian style hardwood glazed doors opening to:
19'5" (max) x 19'2" (max) (5.92m ( max) x 5.84m (
Also well lit with two double glazed windows with southerly and westerly aspects towards the Clwydian Hills, polished oak laminate floor, deep coved ceiling with central rose, feature brick chimney breast with raised heather brown topped hearth and a freestanding cast-iron Stovax multi-fuel fire grate. TV point and panelled radiator.
Twin glazed doors leading from the hall to:
21'5" x 14'10" (6.53m x 4.52m)
A large through room, also with two modern double glazed windows to provide a high degree of natural light and feature brickwork to one wall, it is fitted with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards with a limed oak finish to door and drawers fronts, contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include a central dais with integrated wicker drawers and wine rack. White glazed porcelain 1½ bowl with mixer tap and drainer, space for range cooker with a stainless steel extractor hood and light over, integrated fridge and dishwasher, attractive limestone upstand, terracotta style ceramic tiled flooring, ceiling downlighters and panelled radiator. Door leading to:
10'0" x 9'10" (3.05m x 3.00m)
Full depth double glazed windows within a UPVC frame with a pitched polycarbonate roof, terrazzo style ceramic tiled flooring and glazed door.
Large and modern Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating, plumbing for washing machine and double glazed window.
With feature exposed brickwork to one wall, partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window to the front elevation and panelled radiator.
15'8" (max) x 14'8" (max) (4.78m ( max) x 4.47m (
Partially vaulted ceiling, two double glazed windows, wood grain effect floor finish and square archway to:
7'10" x 5'5" (2.39m x 1.65m)
With hanging rails and open shelving. Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and panelled radiator.
9'0" x 6'5" (2.74m x 1.96m)
Modern white suite comprising corner cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Mainly tiled walls to a Travertine style with ceramic tiled floor, double glazed window and panelled radiator.
With high vaulted ceiling with two Velux roof lights.
19'2" x 12'7" (5.84m x 3.84m)
Two double glazed windows affording southerly and westerly views across the gardens to the Clwydian Hills and panelled radiator.
19'2" x 14'0" (5.84m x 4.27m)
Partially vaulted ceiling with downlighters, two double glazed windows, one with westerly views towards Moel Fenlli, useful under eaves storage and two panelled radiators.
12'10" x 10'3" (3.91m x 3.12m)
Vaulted ceiling, double glazed window with southerly aspect and panelled radiator.
12'7" x 12'0" (3.84m x 3.66m)
Partially vaulted ceiling, double glazed window and panelled radiator.
14'1" x 7'0" (4.29m x 2.13m)
White suite comprising a contemporary freestanding roll edged bath with combination shower and tap unit, separate and large walk-in cubicle with high output shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Double glazed window, shaver point, fitted linen cupboard with an insulated cylinder and immersion heater and panelled radiator.
Approached off the main reception of the house, there is a glazed door leading to an inner hall with staircase leading down to the lower ground floor.
11'0" x 9'0" (3.35m x 2.74m)
Fitted with a modern range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers with a light wood grain effect finish to door and drawer fronts with contrasting stone effect working surfaces to include an inset 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer, inset four-ring electric hob, built-in oven, void and plumbing for washing machine, tiled splash back, ceramic tiled floor, panelled radiator, double glazed window and a hardwood stable door leading to the rear.
8'10" x 5'10" (2.69m x 1.78m)
A modern wet floor system with a high output shower to one corner, wash basin and low level wc, fully tiled walls to a Travertine style with decorative dado, extractor fan, double glazed window and radiator.
12'5" x 9'1" (3.78m x 2.77m)
Double glazed window and panelled radiator.
24'4" (max) x 18'6" (max) (7.42m ( max) x 5.64m (
A very spacious room with a wide UPVC double glazed patio window leading via steps to the front elevation, two further double glazed windows to gable, feature brick chimney breast with raised hearth, wall light points, telephone point, tv point and panelled radiator.
10'1" x 8'5" (3.07m x 2.57m)
Double glazed window and panelled radiator.
The property is approached via wrought-iron gates over a long private and tree lined driveway which extends up to the front elevation of the house and beyond to a wide parking area for several cars and access to a large detached double garage. The grounds are extensive, being mainly to the south-western elevation of the house with wide sweeping lawns interspersed with many mature trees together with steps leading through established rockery borders to the upper part of the front elevations where there is a secluded and westerly facing patio. Outside taps.
Adjoining the garage are further pathways leading to an established kitchen garden and hen run with kit, greenhouse and thereafter extends to a delightful viewing point which overlooks the gardens and thereafter westerly across the valley to the Clwydian Hills.
Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band H.
The property benefits from an alarm system.
From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along New Street and thereafter Ruthin Road and on reaching the roundabout with the A494 take the second exit signposted Ruthin. Follow the road through Gwernymynydd and Cadole and thereafter continue through the village of Llanferres and take the first left onto the B5431 signposted Llanarmon-yn-Ial and Graianrhyd. Continue for approximately one and a quarter miles proceeding past the turning on the right for Llanarmon village and continue into the 'S' bends whereupon the concealed driveway leading to The Warren will be found on the left hand side approximately 50yds beyond the sign on the right for the Parc Farm Caravan Park.
By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
Flintshire. CH7 1AZ
Tel: 01352 751515