Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3
A beautifully presented four bedroom detached period farmhouse, occupying a delightful rural setting with far reaching views, conveniently located only one and a half miles from Mold town centre. Providing deceptively spacious accommodation of character, which has been subject to a tasteful programme of refurbishment in recent years to provide an impressive family home with quality fittings. Standing within lawned gardens with ample off-road parking, useful outhouses and views across surrounding farmland. Features include a superb open plan kitchen/family room with bespoke range of units, two reception rooms, utility room with adjoining ground floor shower room/wc, master bedroom with luxury en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a large family bathroom. Replacement double glazed windows throughout, upgraded oil fired central heating system and high standard of decorative order. **INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED**
Little Tower Farmhouse occupies a delightful setting mid-way between Mold and Nercwys village, surrounded by open countryside. Built of brick faced elevations beneath a slate roof, the property has been extensively modernised and remodelled since 2011 to provide spacious and adaptable accommodation with most rooms enjoying views over the surrounding countryside. A particular feature worthy of note is the impressive open plan kitchen/family room (measuring 29'9" x 14'11") with bespoke range of units with granite work tops, island unit incorporating breakfast bar and french doors leading out to the garden. Both reception rooms have oak floors and the family bathroom has a freestanding bath, separate shower cubicle and vanity wash basin.
Canopy front entrance with modern composite double glazed panelled door to:
Oak flooring, staircase to the first floor and radiator.
14'4" x 13'11" (4.37m x 4.24m)
An attractive room with double glazed windows to the front and side aspects with rural views, recessed fireplace with polished slate hearth, void for multi fuel stove and oak mantel shelf over. Oak flooring, tv aerial point and two radiators.
29'9" x 14'11" extending to 16'6" (max) (9.07m x 4
A superb open plan room with vaulted ceiling to part and with double glazed windows extending to three sides with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside and with matching french doors leading out to the adjoining patio and gardens.
The kitchen is well appointed with a bespoke range of fitted units by Holmwood of Mold, with a combination of 'lime white' and 'old white' Farrow & Ball paint finishes. The kitchen includes a large island unit to the centre with granite work surfaces incorporating breakfast bar, a Franke twin enamel bowl sink unit with traditional style chrome mixer tap and feature handles. Void for a dual fuel range cooker with matching cooker hood. Integrated dishwasher and void for American style fridge freezer (available by separate negotiation). Tiled floor throughout, three large velux double glazed roof lights, recessed lighting and three radiators. Door to the sitting room.
14'6" x 13'11" (4.42m x 4.24m)
Double glazed window to the side elevation, recessed fireplace with stone hearth and void for multi-fuel stove, oak flooring, two radiators and deep understairs storage cupboard.
9'4" x 7'9" (2.84m x 2.36m)
Continuation of the tiled floor from the kitchen, double glazed window, double glazed wood panelled exterior door, radiator, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Internal door to the ground floor shower/cloakroom.
7'11" x 4'6" (2.41m x 1.37m)
Fitted with a modern white suite comprising corner shower cubicle with mains shower valve, pedestal wash basin and low flush wc. Part tiled walls with matching tiled floor, chrome towel radiator and double glazed window.
Traditional style radiator, wall light points, loft access and pine braced and ledged interior doors to all rooms.
15'6" x 14'11" (max) overall (4.72m x 4.55m ( max)
A spacious master bedroom with double glazed window with far reaching views across surrounding countryside towards Nercwys village in the distance. Oak effect laminate flooring, two radiators and built-in wardrobe with radiator.
8'0" x 3'10" (2.44m x 1.17m)
Well appointed with a modern white suite with fitted cabinets comprising large tiled shower enclosure with folding screen and chrome shower valve, vanity wash basin with gloss white cabinets beneath and wc with concealed cistern. Attractive part tiled walls with feature tiling and matching tiled floor. Chrome towel radiator, recessed lighting and extractor fan.
13'11" (max) x 11'0" (4.24m ( max) x 3.35m)
Double glazed window to the side elevation with Victorian style fireplace (blocked off) and radiator.
13'11" (max) x 8'4" (4.24m ( max) x 2.54m)
Double glazed window to the front with Victorian style fireplace (blocked off) and radiator.
9'0" x 5'8" (2.74m x 1.73m)
Double glazed window to the front, wardrobe recess with hanging rails and shelving and two radiators.
14'3" x 8'0" (4.34m x 2.44m)
A spacious bathroom fitted with a modern white Victorian style suite comprising freestanding bath with mixer shower tap, large tiled shower enclosure with overhead shower, wall mounted vanity wash basin with mixer tap, low flush wc and bidet. Attractive fully tiled walls with matching tiled floor, two chrome towel radiators, shaver point, recessed lighting and double glazed window.
Twin ranch style gates lead to a wide gravelled drive/forecourt providing ample parking for several cars and with extended pathways to the front door and to the rear of the property.
Informal lawned gardens extend to either side of the drive with picket style fencing to the boundaries and to include a small number of established trees and bushes.
To the side of the property is a gravelled patio area which enjoys a southerly aspect and beautiful views across surrounding farmland.
A useful stone and brick outbuilding beneath a slate roof providing ideal storage divided into three stores, one of which houses the oil fired central heating system and pressurised hot water cylinder tank.
To the rear of the property is a landscaped courtyard with a combination of natural stone paving and golden gravel for ease of maintenance. Timber fencing to the boundaries, outside security lights and tap.
Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.
From the Agent's Mold Office proceed along Wrexham Street passing the Alun High School on the right hand side, and take the right hand turning a short distance thereafter signposted for Nercwys. Follow the road for approximately 0.4 a mile and take the first right turning, signposted for Nercwys, follow the road up the hill for a further 0.3 a mile whereupon the entrance to the property will be found on the right hand side donated by the Agent's 'For Sale' board. Proceed along the unmade drive, whereupon the property will be found set back on the left hand side.
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