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A rare oportunity to purchase a fantastic five bedroomed property set in large private grounds. The rear part of the property is believed to date from late 18th Century, the front section from the first half of the 19th Century and the property would benefit a full scheme of renovation, however it retains a number of original features throughout. In brief the accommodation affords porch, entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen with storage room, further kitchen with walk in larder, five bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC. The property has a large rear garden which backs onto the Bailey Hill and also has a private entrance to the front. Conveniently situated on Pwll Glas, the property is walking distance to Mold town centre and close to the A55, providing links to North Wales, Cheshire and Manchester. EPC Rating TBC
4' 0'' x 5' 7'' (1.22m x 1.70m)
Entrance porch with quarry tiled flooring, windows,
Quarry tile and original stone paved flooring, arch through to the kitchen area, stairs off, coved ceiling and door into cellar.
Original cellar underneath the oldest part of the house is of significant size, brick arch vaulted and has an external vent to ground level.
16' 5'' x 11' 11'' (5.00m x 3.63m)
Coved ceiling, gas fireplace, picture rail, window to the front elevation and double glazed double doors in an extended side projection giving direct access to the front garden.
12' 0'' x 17' 11'' (3.65m x 5.46m)
Fireplace with gas supply, picture rail, twin alcoves with shelving, ceiling rose, coved ceiling and window to the front elevation.
Original stone flooring, doors into both kitchens and store room, External door gives access to the rear yard, solid fuel store and steps to the rear garden.
8' 0'' x 10' 0'' (2.44m x 3.05m)
Base unit with inset drainer sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, gas supply, original stone flooring, window to the side elevation.
3' 6'' x 8' 2'' (1.07m x 2.49m)
Access from the first kitchen and also the rear hall. This room could be utilised into a utility room if required.
13' 5'' x 12' 1'' (4.09m x 3.68m)
Rayburn solid fuel stove with back boiler, base unit and worktop with drainer sink, window to the front elevation and door into:
11' 0'' x 12' 1'' (3.35m x 3.68m)
Walk in larder with slate worktop, stone floor and window to the side.
Window to the front elevation with an elevated view to the West, gas supply to the fire and access to bedrooms three four and five.
Access to WC, bathroom and bedrooms one and two.
12' 0'' x 17' 11'' (3.65m x 5.46m)
Window to the front with an elevated view to the West, fireplace and walk in dressing room which could be utilized into an en-suite.
13' 5'' x 12' 9'' (4.09m x 3.88m)
Currently utilised as a workroom and has water supply, sink, worktop, original fireplace and window overlooking the rear garden.
12' 0'' x 9' 6'' (3.65m x 2.89m)
Window overlooking the rear yard area.
8' 0'' x 12' 0'' (2.44m x 3.65m)
Original fireplace, window to the front with elevated views to the West.
12' 11'' x 5' 0'' (3.93m x 1.52m)
Side alcove, built in wall cupboards and window to the front with an elevated view to the West.
Original cast iron bath and wash basin, window to the side elevation.
WC and high level window to the rear.
The property is approached via a five bar timber gate with a path which was previously an accessible driveway to the house. The path/driveway would benefit from vegetation clearance but is flanked by a drystone wall featuring curious fossils which still exist. There is potential to open up the gate area as an off road parking area as it once was. From the gate there is an upper path through the trees giving access at grade to the rear garden. The rear wall flanking this path (which is not part of the property) has been fully reconstructed in recent years as a reinforced concrete structure faced in brickwork. The rear garden is extensive, partially mature woodland and backs onto the Bailey Hill. Its full extent would be revealed by clearance of ground vegetation. To the other side of the property there is a substantial original stone building previously used as a garden store. The front garden would benefit from extensive vegetation clearance to reveal its generous size.
1 Crown Square