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Village Road, Maeshafn, Mold

Price - £675,000

Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3

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Property Overview

  • Smallholding 11 Acres
  • Sitting Room,Dining Room
  • Impressive Drawing Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Utility, GF Shower/WC
  • 4 Bedrooms,Dressing Rm
  • Bathroom, En Suite
  • Garage, Outbuildings

A charming courtyard smallholding with useful range of outbuildings and land extending in total to approximately 11 acres, standing in a very secluded position with views over rolling countryside, some five miles from Mold and 16 miles from Chester. Occupying a private position approached over a long private track and having been sympathetically extended by the present owners to provide a character four bedroom family home with impressive drawing room extension with double height vaulted ceiling, multi-fuel stove and access the garden. The accommodation benefits from an oil fired central heating and double glazing, and in brief provides: porch, sitting room with inglenook fireplace, dining room, drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke units, utliity room, rear porch, ground floor shower room/wc, master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms (one with dressing room) and family bathroom. INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

This attractive stone property occupies a delightful setting approached over a long gravelled track which leads to a large courtyard with useful of range of outbuildings to include a double garage / workshop, two stables and barn, which provides scope, subject to planning, for ancillary accommodation or for commercial purposes, such as holiday cottages. Situated about 0.3 mile from the picturesque village of Maeshafn with popular inn and approximately 1.5 miles of the noted Loggerheads Country Park, a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearby market town of Mold provides a good range of facilities catering from most daily needs, a twice weekly street market, schools and leisure facilities.


Wooden front door to:


6'3" x 3'0" (1.91m x 0.91m)

Solid pine inner door to:


17'5" x 12'11" (5.31m x 3.94m)

Double glazed windows to the front and rear aspects and large stone inglenook fireplace with exposed beam, quarry tiled hearth and open grate. Open beamed ceiling, tv aerial point and radiator. Door to dining room.


18'0" x 12'1" (5.49m x 3.68m)

Double glazed window to the front with feature exposed stone, open beamed ceiling and two radiators. A wide solid pine door leads to the inner hall.


15'2" x 9'7" (4.62m x 2.92m)

Turned pine spindle staircase to the first floor with storage cupboards beneath, double glazed window, wall light point and double panelled radiator. Twin pine interior doors to the drawing room.


23'5" x 16'0" (7.14m x 4.88m)

A splendid room with high vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbers and with superb full height glazed end gable with french doors to the adjoining patio and gardens. Double glazed windows to either side, solid oak flooring and stone fireplace and hearth with large Jotel mutli-fuel stove. Wall light points, tv aerial point and radiator.


24'0" x 12'1" (7.32m x 3.68m)

Fitted with a quality range of bespoke solid oak units by renowned local cabinet makers 'Tegla' with contrasting matt finish black granite work top and cream coloured larder cupboard. Rayburn oil fired range cooker with hot plates and oven, which also serves the heating and domestic hot water systems. Integrated induction ceramic hob, electric double oven, cooker hood and dishwasher. Painted beamed ceiling, quarry tiled floor, recessed lighting, double panelled radiator and three double glazed windows overlooking the courtyard. Door to the utility room.


12'5" x 9'0" (3.78m x 2.74m)

A large utility room with range of oak fronted units with work tops and inset double bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Pine ceiling, quarry tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and large fridge freezer. Radiator and double glazed window.


8'8" x 4'6" (2.64m x 1.37m)

Double glazed window, quarry tiled floor, radiator, beamed ceiling and stable door to the courtyard.


9'0" x 8'11" (2.74m x 2.72m)

Fitted with a modern white suite comprising a large fully tiled shower with traditional style shower head, vanity wash basin and low flush wc. Attractive tiled floor, towel radiator, electric fan heater, extractor fan, beamed ceiling and double glazed window.


With study area, vaulted ceiling with two velux double glazed roof light. Exposed beams, three radiators and airing cupboard with two hot water cylinder tanks and slatted shelving. Solid pine interior doors to all rooms.


17'9" x 11'6" (5.41m x 3.51m)

An attractive room with double glazed dormer window to the front with far reaching views over the surrounding rolling countryside, further window to the side elevation, open beamed ceiling and double panelled radiator.


8'0" x 5'0" (2.44m x 1.52m)

Fitted with a modern white suite comprising corner shower cubicle with mains shower, contemporary vanity wash basin with mixer tap and low flush wc. Mosaic style fully tiled walls, tiled floor, velux double glazed roof light, chrome towel radiator and deep walk-in wardrobe with hanging rails and shelving.


10'6" x 10'7" (3.20m x 3.23m)

Two double glazed windows, beamed ceiling, built-in wardrobe and radiator.


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

Double glazed window to the front, beamed ceiling, three built-in cupboards with solid pine door fronts and radiator.


12'1" x 7'11" (3.68m x 2.41m)

Low level double glazed window to the front, beamed ceiling, built-in double wardrobe and radiator.


11'5" x 7'11" (3.48m x 2.41m)

Low level double glazed window to the front, beamed ceiling, built-in wardrobe and radiator.


10'5" x 6'0" (3.18m x 1.83m)

Fitted with a modern white suite comprising steel bath with pine surround, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap and low flush wc. Mosaic style part tiled walls, chrome towel radiator, extractor fan, tiled floor and double glazed window.


The property is approached over a long private track which leads to a wide gravelled forecourt providing parking for numerous vehicles, access to the gardens and land to either side of the property, garage, stables and outbuilding. Outside lights and taps.


42'0" x 15'6" (12.80m x 4.72m)

A substantial stone fronted building with two up and over doors, side window and with power and light installed.


Stable One 13'4" x 14' with light.
Stable Two 13'10" x 14'9" with light and trough.


36'0" x 14'8" (10.97m x 4.47m)

A large stone built building providing ideal storage and potential scope for conversion (subject to planning consent). Two windows to the front and two further high level windows to the rear. Power and light installed. Internal door leading through to an open fronted store/livestock pen 14'3" x 16'2" with access onto the adjoining field.


Secluded front lawned garden with brick paved patio area to the front, outside light and with steps leading to terraced garden to the side. Views to the front over surrounding countryside. Attached store to the main house.


A large informal lawned garden extends to the rear of the property with natural stone patio area, various fruit trees and with access beyond leading through to one of the fields with a large open fronted timber framed barn/store with steel profile roof and kiln.


The land is divided into a number of field enclosures and woodland which extends to both sides of the track leading up to the property with the larger of the fields located to the southern side with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. There is a second field to the northern side of the property with access from the garden and track. Within this field is a large timber framed open fronted barn with steel profiled roof. The land is considered ideal for livestock and horses. There are many mature trees and parcels of woodland providing an interesting and very private setting.


There is a public footpath to the northern site of the property.

Private drainage system.

Oil fired central heating.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.


From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along New Street and thereafter onto Ruthin Road. Follow the road out of town and at the roundabout take the second exit signposted for Ruthin. Proceed up the hill and through Gwernymynydd and after passing the former Rainbow Inn on the left hand side, take the next left hand turning signposted for Maeshafn. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile and upon reaching the junction bear left and follow the lane for abour 0.3 mile whereupon the entrance to Glan y Gors will be found on the right hand side, opposite the 'kissing gate' for the Moel Findig nature reserve.


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