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Ffordd Corwen, Treuddyn, Mold

Price - £695,000

Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 0

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Property Overview

  • Extended Period Farmhouse
  • Set in approx 9 Acres
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Superb Kitchen/Family Room
  • 4 Double Bedrooms (2 En Suite)
  • 4 Car Garage, Gardens,
  • Stables,Tack Room/Workshop
  • Consent for Barn Conversion

A sympathetically extended period farmhouse with land extending to approximately 9 acres, affording highly appointed four bedroom accommodation together with a substantial barn with consent for conversion, a large four car garage and stables. Occupying a private position amidst open countryside with far reaching views, about five miles from Mold and 13 miles from Chester. The property has benefitted from a considerable amount of improvement and remodelling to provide an impressive family home with modern amenities whilst retaining original features. Features include a superb newly fitted bespoke kitchen/family room with a large AGA range cooker, three reception rooms, large utility room with adjoining cloakroom/wc, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms (one en suite) and family bathroom. Outside there is ample off-road parking, well maintained informal gardens, two stables and tack room/workshop. Replacement hardwood framed double glazed windows and modern oil fired heating system.


Talon Banks Farm is located off a minor track from the A5104 Chester to Corwen Road which provides ease of access towards Chester, Wrexham and motorway network beyond. There is a convenience shop and primary school in the village of Treuddyn, whilst the local market town of Mold is within a few minutes drive which provides a comprehensive range of shops for daily needs, secondary schools and leisure facilities. Liverpool and Manchester airports are approximately 37 and 45 miles respectively.

The adjoining barn and shippon have been re-roofed and a new oak framed carport recently added, and full planning permission has been passed for conversion of the building to provide a large three bedroom dwelling which could be used for relatives or as holiday accommodation. The barn has its own entrance and provision can be made for a private garden. Planning consent has also been granted for a sun lounge extension to the front of the main house.


Solid wood panelled front door to:


5'10" x 5'1" (1.78m x 1.55m)

Double glazed window, quarry tiled floor and electricity meter cupboard. Stained/leaded pine panelled inner door to the reception hall.


Staircase to the first floor with oak spindles and handrail, continuation of the quarry tiled floor and radiator with cover.


Comprising low flush wc and wash basin with cabinet beneath. Mosaic Travertine tiled floor, quarry tiled floor and extractor fan.


25'4" overall x 14'3" reducing to 13'0" (7.72m overall x 4.34m reducing to 3.96m)

An attractive room with double glazed windows to two aspects with pleasing views over the gardens and across to surrounding countryside, feature polished limestone fireplace with matching hearth and Victorian style arched inset with coal effect gas fire (LPG). Pitched pine herringbone woodblock floor and two traditional style radiators.


14'5" x 13'11" (4.39m x 4.24m)

A spacious room with double glazed window overlooking the courtyard and with matching hardwood french doors leading out to the covered oak framed verandah. Feature stone fireplace with exposed beam, raised hearth and AGA multi-fuel stove, feature stone walling to part and solid oak flooring throughout. TV aerial point, traditional style cast iron radiator and further tall contemporary radiator. Door to the snug.


14'3" x 11'7" (4.34m x 3.53m)

Double glazed window to the front elevation, feature brick fireplace/chimney breast with raised hearth and beam (blocked off), exposed beam and radiator.


28'3" overall x 13'6" (8.61m overall x 4.11m)

A superb open plan room newly refitted with a quality bespoke range of base and wall units by Harvey Jones with 'Ammonite White' coloured door fronts and beautiful black forest 'leather' textured work tops with matching island unit with breakfast bar, base cupboards and drawers beneath and wine rack. Belfast sink unit with mixer tap, under cupboard lighting, integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer and pewter five-oven 'AGA Total Control' electric range cooker with twin hot plate, induction hob and warming drawer. Tiled floor throughout with electric under floor heating to part, two tall radiators, recess for a large LED tv, recessed lighting, exposed beams and double glazed windows overlooking the courtyard and bi-fold oak doors to the rear elevation to the garden. Opening to the rear porch.


Two double glazed windows, tiled floor, radiator, alarm control panel and solid oak exterior door. Built-in store/cloaks cupboard housing the pressurised hot water cylinder tank, fitted shelving and coat hooks.


13'7" x 12'1" reducing to 7'0" (4.14m x 3.68m reducing to 2.13m)

Well appointed with modern range of gloss grey fronted base and wall units with wood effect work tops, inset composite sink unit and tiled splashback. Under cupboard lighting, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Integrated wine chiller, tiled floor with electric under floor heating, tall contemporary radiator, Velux double glazed roof light, double glazed window and hardwood stable door to the garden.


5'2" x 3'11" (1.57m x 1.19m)

Refitted with a modern contemporary suite with fitted cabinets comprising wash basin with cabinet beneath and low flush wc with concealed cistern. Attractive part tiled walls, tiled floor, recessed lighting and built-in cupboards.


An 'L' shaped landing with three double glazed windows, radiator and twin built-in cupboards with hanging rails and shelving. Oak interior doors lead to all rooms.


13'6" x 11'10" + 14'1" (max) x 8'7" (4.11m x 3.61m +4.29m ( max) x 2.62m)

A spacious master bedroom with dressing room with range of fitted wardrobe units with gloss door fronts, fitted bedside cabinets and double glazed windows with pleasing views over the gardens. Recessed lighting and radiator.


5'7" x 6'2" (1.70m x 1.88m)

Well appointed with a modern white suite with attractive fully tiled Travertine walls with matching floor. Comprising corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, semi-recessed wash basin with oak cabinet beneath and wc with concealed cistern. Chrome towel radiator, recessed lighting and extractor fan.


14'1" x 9'6" extending to 13'10" (4.29m x 2.90m ex tending to 4.22m)

Double glazed window to the front aspect with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside, recessed lighting, radiator, Karndean wood effect flooring and two radiators.


7'6" x 3'11" (2.29m x 1.19m)

Well appointed with a modern suite comprising tiled shower enclosure with electric shower, contemporary wash basin with drawers beneath and wc with concealed cistern. Chrome towel radiator and recessed lighting.


11'5" x 10'1" (3.48m x 3.07m)

Double glazed window, range of fitted wardrobe units extending the full length of one wall, and radiator.


11'2" x 8'8" (3.40m x 2.64m)

Double glazed window, Karndean flooring and radiator. Loft access.


14'5" x 11'8" reducing to 6'8" (4.39m x 3.56m reducing to 2.03m)

A spacious bathroom fitted with a traditional suite comprising cast-iron bath with exposed feet and mixer shower tap, a vanity wash basin with marble top and cupboards and drawers beneath, corner shower cubicle and wc. Wood effect Karndean flooring, recessed lighting, two double glazed windows and two traditional style radiators.


The property is approached over a private track which leads to Talon Banks Farm and to two other properties. There is a gated front driveway with lawned and shrubbery borders to either side, whilst the principal entrance is via a sweeping gravelled drive to the rear which leads to a wide gravelled forecourt providing parking for numerous vehicles as well as access to the garage, stables and land. The attached barn has its own gated entrance off the track.


Well maintained lawned gardens extend to the front and side of the property with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside across to Hope Mountain and beyond. The gardens have been developed by the present owners to provide a delightful setting and include deep and particularly well stocked shrubbery borders, fruit trees and attractive barbeque/seating area within the front garden and further gravelled patio areas to the side gable of the house with feature stone walling with lighting. The forecourt has feature lights, outside taps and power points.


28'7" x 29'6" + 16'3" x 14'6" (8.71m x 8.99m +4.95m x 4.42m)

A substantial four car garage with two double doors, side door, oil fired central heating boiler which serves the house, fitted sink unit, radiator and plumbing for washing machine.


12'10" x 9'0" and 14'3" x 11'4" (3.91m x 2.74m and 4.34m x 3.45m)

Two purpose-built stables, both with power and light installed.


14'5" x 12'2" (4.39m x 3.71m)

With power and light.


A substantial attached Barn and Shippon of predominantly stone and part brick construction, which benefits from planning consent for conversion into a large self-contained dwelling. The building has been re-roofed and re slated in recent years, with four roof lights and a newly constructed (2018) oak framed canopy / car port with loft over. Planning permission was granted by Flintshire County Council on 24th April 2017 for 'Conversion of disused barn to dwelling'. Planning Reference Number 056474. A copy of the consent with conditions and plans are available either from the Agent's Mold office, or online on the Flintshire County Council planning portal.
Approximate measurements:
Barn: 40' x 15'6"
Store: 15'7" x 11'7"
Shippon: 34' x 16'10" plus recess18' x 5'5">7'4"


The land extends predominantly to the front and rear of the property, and is divided into three inter-connecting fields providing ideal grazing for horses or livestock. There is a field shelter in one of the fields and gated access onto the shared track. The land, gardens and property, extend in total to approximately nine acres.


Planning permission was approved by Flintshire County Council on 24th April 2017 for 'Conversion of disused barn to dwelling', Reference Number 056474, and 'Erection of sun lounge' on 21st July 2015, under Reference No:053699.

A copy of the consents with conditions and plans are available either from the Agent's Mold office, or Online on the Flintshire County Council planning portal.


Flintshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.

We are advised that a footpath exists to the front of the property and a diversion is in place across the front field.


From Mold take the A541 Wrexham road and on passing the petrol filling station in Pontblyddyn take the right handed turning thereafter onto the A5104 Corwen road. Follow this road through Pontybodkin and Coed Talon, and immediately on passing the signpost for Treuddyn take the immediate left turning onto an unadopted track. Follow the track through the wooded area, whereupon the property will be found a short distance thereafter 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