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Pantymwyn Road, Cilcain, Mold

Offers In The Region Of - £395,000

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

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Property Overview

  • 3/4 Bedroom Detached Cottage
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • To Renovate & Refurbish
  • Standing in Approx 6.7 Acres
  • Outstanding Views
  • Set in Mature Gardens
  • 2 Garages + Off-Road Parking
  • Gas (LPG) CH + Part DG

**THINKING OF SELLING - CALL YOUR LOCAL AGENT WITH 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE** A single storey three / four bedroom detached cottage set within approximately 6.7 acres in an enviable position on the periphery of this noted and highly sought-after village with outstanding views across wooded countryside, about five miles from Mold. Providing a rare opportunity to undertake a programme of renovation and refurbishment to current standards, or possibly to replace with a new larger property taking full advantage of the wonderful setting (subject to planning approval). Standing within mature gardens with two garages and off-road parking. The existing cottage has been extended and has two reception rooms, gas (LPG) fired central heating and double glazing to part.


The property occupies a most attractive position about a third of mile from the centre of the Cilcain village and is surrounded by open countryside with superb views in a south-easterly direction across a wooded valley towards Pantymwyn. Although rurally situated, the property is within a few minutes' drive of the county town of Mold, which provides a comprehensive range of facilities catering for daily needs, leisure facilities and schools. There is a popular primary school in the village, as well as a community hall, church and noted inn. The area is noted for its scenic beauty and there are numerous country walks and bridle paths close by, to include the popular Loggerheads Country Park and Clwydian Hills.


UPVC double glazed door to:


Beamed ceiling and double panelled radiator.


Comprising wc and single glazed window.


12'0" x 11'8" (3.66m x 3.56m)

A stone fireplace with open grate, beamed ceiling and two radiators. UPVC double glazed french doors leading through to the adjoining lean-to sun room. Door to the living room.

12'2" x 8'2" (3.71m x 2.49m)


12'11" x 11'11" (3.94m x 3.63m)

Secondary double glazed window to the front, beamed ceiling, telephone point, radiator and brick fireplace with hearth and coal effect gas fire (LPG).


12'11" x 6'3" extending to 10'2" (max) (3.94m x 1.91m ex tending to 3.10m ( max))

Base and wall units with marble effect work tops and single drainer sink unit. Space for gas cooker (LPG), tiled floor, double panelled radiator, range of wall cupboards and two secondary glazed windows.


6'9" x 3'5" (2.06m x 1.04m)

Shower enclosure and window.


Double glazed exterior door and range of shelved cupboards.


8'11" x 7'2" (2.72m x 2.18m)

UPVC double glazed window with frosted glass, beamed ceiling and radiator. Internal door to the bathroom.


7'2" x 5'1" (2.18m x 1.55m)

Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath and pedestal wash basin. Double glazed window, range of fitted cupboards and internal door to separate wc.


Worcester gas fired (LPG) boiler, small single glazed window and UPVC double glazed exterior door.


12'0" x 11'11" (3.66m x 3.63m)

Secondary double glazed window, beamed ceiling and radiator.


12'0" x 12'0" (3.66m x 3.66m)

Secondary double glazed window, electricity meter, beamed ceiling and radiator.


11'11" x 10'11" (3.63m x 3.33m)

UPVC double glazed window and beamed ceiling.


9'8" x 6'10" (2.95m x 2.08m)

Secondary double glazed window to the rear and beamed ceiling.


Metal gates lead to a driveway providing off-road parking and access to the garage.


A single prefabricated garage with up and over door.


Mature lawned gardens extend to the front and rear of the property, which provide a high degree of privacy with mature hedging and trees. There is a covered lean-to attached to the rear of the cottage, together with a range of timber framed/corrugated stores and outside lights. The front garden is interspersed by various mature shrubs and bushes, and overlooks the adjoining land forming part of the sale and enjoys superb views over the surrounding countryside in a south easterly direction across to Pantymwyn. There is access to the land from the garden and via a second gate from the main road.


The land is principally divided into two large interconnecting fields with field shelter and provides ideal grazing for horses or livestock. There is also a small area of woodland and a newly planted copse with approximately 200 young saplings and new fencing donated by the North East Wales Wildlife Trust in 2016, and a further area of land, located to the right hand side of the cottage, with road frontage and gate leading to an open fronted garage. The whole, to include gardens and land extends to approximately 6.7 acres.


Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band F.

A neighbour currently grazes his horses on part of the land and we understand that no formal tenancy agreements exist. We further understand that a local farmer grazes cattle on the fields during the summer months, again we understand that no formal tenancy agreement exists.

A mains sewer crosses the land.

A public footpath exists to the bottom of the two main fields and the upon conditions set by Flintshire County Council the 'kissing' gate is to remain unlocked at all times and to be maintained by the new owners of the property in a safe condition and to the standard of repair required to prevent unreasonable interference with the rights of person using the public rights of way. Within one month of any change in the ownership of the property, must be reported to the County Council. The County Council may with one months notice withdraw the licence for the gate.

We understand that North Wales Wildlife Trust would be happy to meet with the new owners of the property to discuss the works which have been undertaken and potential future management of the site.


From the Agent's Mold Office proceed up the High Street to the traffic lights and upon passing the Church, bear left signposted Pwll Glas. Follow the road to the T Junction and bear left. Follow the road out of town for some 2 miles. Proceed through Gwenaffield, past Mold Golf Club and into Pantymwyn following the road along Cilcain Road and thereafter down the hill into the wooded valley. Continue over the narrow bridge and up "Trial Hill" whereupon the property will be found after approximately 0.25 mile 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.


The Cross,
Flintshire. CH7 1AZ

Tel: 01352 751515