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Pentre, Cilcain, Mold

Price - £495,000

Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 2

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Property Overview

  • Detached Period House
  • Hall, Lounge, Study
  • Breakfast Room, Kitchen
  • Dining Room, Utility Room
  • Guest Bedroom, En Suite
  • 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom
  • Annexe & Summer Room
  • Delightful Gardens - about 0.75 Acres

An attractive four bedroom detached period house of character and charm, together with converted stone outbuilding providing home office/games room with potential for further conversion, set within delightful cottage style gardens with mountain stream and a small area of deciduous woodland beyond, the whole extending to about 0.75 acre. Located in a sheltered country lane position about a quarter of a mile from the village centre, this most appealing home combines modern amenity with original features. Central hall, lounge, study, breakfast room, maple fronted bespoke kitchen, large dining room, guest bedroom and en suite, rear porch and utility room. First floor landing, three bedrooms and contemporary bathroom. Nearby stone and slated annexe providing large open plan games room with stairs to upper floor home office and adjoining summer room. Sweeping gravelled driveway leading to parking area and beautifully landscaped cottage garden.


Cilcain is a popular rural community set in the heart of Flintshire and within 1.5 miles of the Clwydian Country Park. The village is centred around the popular White Horse Inn and well stocked Village Shop and Cafe, and provides a mix of traditional country homes and modern family residences. Mold Is some 4 miles distant.


Panelled front door leading to hall.


With staircase rising off.


13'1" x 11'9" (3.99m x 3.58m)

An attractive room with a deep inglenook fireplace with raised hearth, feature exposed beam and a freestanding cast-iron Charnwood Island multi-fuel fire stove, cottage style sash window to the front elevation, tv point, wall light points and radiator.


11'8" x 8'2" (3.56m x 2.49m)

Traditional sash window to the front elevation with deep sill, fitted book shelves to recess, recessed fireplace and slate hearth, further open book shelf and cupboard. Access to under stairs store and panelled radiator.


12'10" x 7'5" (3.91m x 2.26m)

Sash window to rear, recessed fireplace (not in use) with terracotta floor and raised hearth, and panelled radiator.


13'4" x 7'6" (4.06m x 2.29m)

Fitted with an extensive range of solid maple fronted kitchen with granite working surfaces to include a white glazed Belfast sink with swan neck mixer tap, inset four-ring electric hob, integrated Neff stainless steel oven, concealed extractor hood and light, and integrated Neff dishwasher. Attractive tiled splash back, matching terracotta tiling to breakfast room, window to gable and two deep square openings also with tiled top looking through to the adjoining dining room. Panelled radiator.


With glazed door.


6'0" x 5'3" (1.83m x 1.60m)

Worcester oil fired boiler, fitted wall cabinets and plumbing for washing machine.


17'3" x 10'0" (5.26m x 3.05m)

A delightful room with a partially vaulted ceiling designed to take full advantage of the pleasing views over the secluded and mature gardens with two double glazed windows and double glazed french doors opening in, and a further three-quarter length window to the front garden.


12'0" x 10'6" (3.66m x 3.20m)

Three windows, all with fitted shutters, partially vaulted ceiling and radiator.


8'4" x 4'10" (2.54m x 1.47m)

White suite comprising walk-in cubicle with Mira shower and extractor fan, pedestal wash basin and wc. Mainly tiled walls, double glazed window, terracotta flooring and radiator.


Deep fitted linen cupboard with shelving.

13'0" x 13'0" (3.96m x 3.96m)

(Bedroom One Cont'd)

Partly vaulted ceiling with sash window to the front and deep sill and panelled radiator.


13'0" x 8'9" (3.96m x 2.67m)

Sash window to front with deep sill, walk-in over stairs wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. Panelled radiator.


13'1" x 7'6" (3.99m x 2.29m)

Fitted airing cupboard with pre-lagged cylinder and immersion heater, sash window and radiator.


10'0" x 7'5" (3.05m x 2.26m)

A modern contemporary suite comprising a freestanding roll edged bath with a combination tap and shower unit over, pedestal wash basin and wc. Painted match board to dado, sash window overlooking the rear garden, wall light points, extractor fan and oak flooring. Chrome towel radiator.


22'7" (max) x 15' (max) reducing to 11'10" (6.88m

A large and adaptable room (once a Bake House) which has been converted to provide a games room, home office and storage. It provides a large split-level open plan room with open tread staircase rising to a large loft room over. To the lower area is a freestanding cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate, feature original bread oven, large windows, wall light points and steps leading through to a large and adaptable garden room.


With impressive pitch pine supporting beams, vaulted ceiling and exposed purlins.


17'4" x 10'0" (5.28m x 3.05m)

With herringbone tiled floor, wide single glazed windows and door open to a secluded patio.


The property stands within grounds of about 0.75 Acre. It is bounded to a minor village road by a substantial stone wall with decorative wrought-iron gate providing pedestrian access to the front elevation of the house, with delightful flower borders to either side providing interest and colour throughout the season.

Beyond there is a wide concrete and gravelled driveway, with access through a five-bar gate to the rear of the house where there is a wide parking area, two-bay open fronted car port and hardwood framed greenhouse.


In addition there is a further stone and slated garden workshop/store and former pig sty used for storing logs.

The rear of the house enjoys a very private setting with extensive sweeping lawns interspersed with established and well stocked flower and shrub borders. The gardens extend through and are dissected by a small mountain stream, over which there is a timber bridge leading to a small area of deciduous woodland beyond. The stream extends around the right hand boundary and the drive.


Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.


From Mold take the A541 Denbigh road for approximately 5 miles passing through the villages of Rhydymwyn and Hendre, and take the left turning thereafter signposted for Cilcain. Follow the road for a further 1.5 miles into the centre of Cilcain, and on reaching the staggered crossroads proceed straight across. Follow the road down the hill to the bottom whereupon the property will be found on the right hand side.


By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office 01352 751515.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.


The Cross,
Flintshire. CH7 1AZ

Tel: 01352 751515