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Rhes Y Cae Road, Hendre, Mold

Price - £490,000

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

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Property Overview

  • Grade II Listed Farmhouse
  • With Annexe & Coach House
  • Drawing Room, Sitting Room
  • Kitchen, Garden Room
  • Utility/Pantry, GF Shower/WC
  • 4 Bedrooms, En Suite & Bathrm
  • Private Gardens & Paddock
  • Extending to about 2.25 Acres

An early 17th century Grade II Listed period farmhouse affording spacious and adaptable accommodation with adjoining annexe and coach house providing potential for income as holiday accommodation, subject to the necessary consents, and the whole combining a wealth of original features with fine stone mullion windows and heavy beamed ceilings in part combined with modern amenity. Standing at the head of a no-through country lane in a very secluded and sheltered rural environment amidst very private gardens and paddock, the whole extending to an area of about 2 acres. It an idyllic and tranquil rural environment with distant views towards the Clwydian Hills. It affords: out-built porch, 26' x 15' drawing room with inglenook fireplace, rear hall, inner hall, sitting room, bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, garden room, utility/pantry, shower room and wc, first floor landing, bedroom one with en suite, three further bedrooms and bathroom, recently refurbished annexe with shower room (ideal as a home office, studio or living accommodation). INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

LOCATION

This historic house stands in the heart of rolling countryside off a no-through country lane, which itself is off a minor road leading from the main A541 Mold to St Asaph road near Cilcain leading towards Moel y Crio and Rhes-y-Cae. Whilst secluded, the nearby main road provides direct access towards Mold providing a wide range of facilities and beyond, Chester and Deeside. The property is also within a few minutes drive of the A55 expressway at Pentre Halkyn providing ease of access for Chester, Manchester, Liverpool and the motorway network.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

Out-built and enclosed porch with panelled door leading in. Double glazed mullion style window, heather brown tiled floor and panelled door leading to:

DRAWING ROOM

26'10" x 15'8" (8.18m x 4.78m)

A splendid room forming part of the original house with an impressive heavy beamed ceiling and a fine recessed inglenook style fireplace with raised hearth, supporting beam and a large cast-iron multi-fuel fire grate. To the front elevation are three original stone framed mullion windows. Fitted bookshelves, a raised floor area to the dining area with heather brown tiled finish, display niche and panelled radiator. Original oak framed and panelled door leading through to the rear hall and steps leading down to the day room. Staircase rising off to the main landing.

REAR HALL

Extending through to the westerly facing gardens beyond, with riven stone tiled floor which extends into the adjoining walk-in store room.

STORE ROOM

7'2" x 4'4" (2.18m x 1.32m)

With wall shelving and panelled radiator.

SHOWER ROOM

6'3" x 5'4" (1.91m x 1.63m)

Contemporary suite with a wet floor system with glazed shower screen, high output shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Mainly tiled walls with partially vaulted ceiling and a panelled radiator.

SITTING ROOM

12'3" x 11'4" (3.73m x 3.45m)

Tiled fireplace and hearth with white painted surround, two arch display niches with fitted shelving, cupboards, tv point, window with deep sill affording a south-westerly aspect and panelled radiator.

INNER LOBBY

Bespoke range of cupboards in oak incorporating a Leibherr freezer, wicker pan drawers and storage cupboards to one side and above. Oak panelled screening and glazed door to:

PANTRY

Fitted work top with inset single drainer sink, wall shelving, beamed ceiling, void and plumbing for washing machine and tiled floor.

KITCHEN

13'10" x 12'10" (4.22m x 3.91m)

Bespoke range of solid oak panelled base and wall units with contrasting solid granite working surfaces to include a white glazed Belfast sink with stainless steel mixer tap over, space for slot-in range cooker with LPG and electric points, concealed hood above within an oak canopy, large breakfast bar for four with impressive oak top and storage cabinets below. Painted beamed ceiling, secondary staircase rising off, terracotta style tiled flooring, boxed panelled radiator and windows to two elevations. Panelled door leading to the front.

GARDEN ROOM

14'9" x 14'0" (4.50m x 4.27m)

A light and airy room with a high vaulted ceiling with exposed yellow pine frame with two velux roof lights, windows to three sides, ceramic tiled floor and low level radiator.

MAIN LANDING

Approached from the staircase in the sitting room, with partially vaulted ceiling with exposed 'A' frame truss, mullion style windows to the front and radiator.

BEDROOM ONE

15'5" x 11'4" (4.70m x 3.45m)

High vaulted ceiling with an impressive 'A' frame truss and wall beams, two windows overlooking the rear garden and panelled radiator.

EN SUITE BATHROOM

10'8" x 5'7" (3.25m x 1.70m)

Modern white suite comprising panelled bath with combination shower/tap unit, pedestal wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls and radiator.

BEDROOM TWO

11'1" x 10'0" (3.38m x 3.05m)

Mullion window, painted wood effect laminated floor covering and panelled radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

11'5" (max) x 10'10" (3.48m ( max) x 3.30m)

Window with westerly aspect, fitted shelving to two arched display niches, wood grain effect laminated floor covering and panelled radiator.

FURTHER LANDING

With panelled radiator leading to:

BEDROOM FOUR

12'9" x 8'3" (3.89m x 2.51m)

Partially vaulted ceiling with windows to two elevations, one with far reaching views towards the Clwydian Hills, and panelled door leading to the secondary staircase leading down to the kitchen.

BATHROOM

9'3" x 6'5" (2.82m x 1.96m)

Modern white suite comprising contemporary freestanding roll edged bath with pillar tap and cascade, pedestal wash basin and wc. Double door linen cupboard, part tiled walls, window with westerly aspect towards the Clwydian Hills and panelled radiator.

STUDIO ANNEXE

Panelled door leading into:

ENTRANCE LOBBY

9'9" x 14' + 14' x 13' (2.97m x 4.27m +4.27m x 3.96m)

With ceiling downlighters, exposed beam, enclosed understairs cupboard and riven slate stone floor which extends into the adjoining area.

SHOWER ROOM

5'10" x 3'6" (1.78m x 1.07m)

Modern white suite comprising low level base with high out-put shower, wash basin and wc. Ceiling downlighters and extractor fan.

INNER AREA

With high vaulted ceiling and return staircase leading to:

FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM

14'0" x 9'10" (4.27m x 3.00m)

Also with velux roof light, feature exposed 'A' frame truss and purlins.

OUTSIDE

The property stands in a very secluded and sheltered position at the head of a no-through country lane leading to this and a nearby farm. The concrete driveway extends through timber panelled gates to the front elevation of the house where there is a concreted and wide gravelled areas providing ample turning and parking.

COACH HOUSE

A two storey stone building providing:

WORKSHOP

18'9" x 16'1" (5.72m x 4.90m)

A very useful workshop with high beamed ceiling, a cobbled floor and electric light and power installed.
External stone steps leading to a loft room over.

FRONT GARDEN

The front of the House enjoys a high degree of privacy surrounded by many mature trees and shrubs. There is a pathway leading to the rear of the Coach House with a large and secluded orchard with a variety of fruit trees,

To the rear of the house is a truly delightful garden enjoying a generally westerly aspect with a wide patio adjoining the house, extensive informal lawns bounded by numerous mature trees and shrubs to create a very tranquil environment. The garden extends through winding pathways through a wooded area down to a lower and very extensive lawned garden also bounded by many mature trees, together with a very useful open fronted two-bay implement store used for general storage and logs, and a further mainly enclosed area to three sides, ideal for garden furnishings, etc.

Beyond the garden the grounds extend for some distance into a large paddock within which the owners have planted numerous specimen trees over the last ten years, which are now becoming established and will provide interest and colour throughout the seasons. The greater part of the garden has been left to establish perennial grasses and flowers.

COUNCIL TAX

Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band E.

DIRECTIONS

From the Agent's Mold office proceed along the High Street, through the traffic lights and follow the road past the Church and on reaching the A541 Mold to St Asaph road bear left. Follow the road over the mini-roundabout and continue for some five miles through the villages of Rhydymwyn and Hendre. On reaching the minor crossroads signposted Cilcain and Rhes-y-Cae turn right and follow the road up the hill for about 1.5 miles, whereupon a minor turning on the left hand side denoted by the Agent's 'for sale' board will be seen. Turn left and follow this lane almost to its farthest point whereupon the property will be found set down on the left hand side.

VIEWING

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

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

HME/JF
Amended AIS

Mold
The Cross,
Mold,
Flintshire. CH7 1AZ

Tel: 01352 751515
Email: mold@cavendishikin.co.uk