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Video Tour Available - This unique property is one you definitely do not want to miss out on! It comes to the market with charming features, ample outdoor space, heaps of potential and best of all, no onward chain. In brief the property internally comprises of: entrance hallway, dining room, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms, further bedroom and a family bathroom. The outside space/plot is the main selling feature for the property, being set within approximately 3/4 of acre, as well as having many versatile purposes/options. The front provides off road parking for several vehicles with double wooden gates to the side opening onto a further driveway which extends to the length of the garden and wraps around to the side. The rear offers a generous amount of space with several outbuildings comprising of: outside WC with storeroom attached, garden room, two stables, tack room, wood room, workshop, main storeroom and a store/bar. Around to the side you will find a laid to lawn paddock, ideal for all kinds of animals or for use as an extra garden space with further gate opening onto a paved patio area. Situated within the convenient village location of Bagillt, offering local pubs and shops within walking distance as well as being set close to the coast road and A55 for travelling to other towns/villages or cities and to the beach. The property also benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout. A face to face visit comes highly recommended to be able to appreciate all this property has to offer.
EPC Rating D=55. Accommodation Comprises:
Wooden door with glazed leaded panelling and matching side units opens into:
Stair case rises to the first floor accommodation, under stairs cupboard, wooden parquet flooring, coved ceiling, single panelled radiator and a double glazed window to the side elevation. Doors open into:
11' 10'' x 11' 9'' (3.60m x 3.58m)
This charming dining room offers an original 1955 marble fire surround raised upon a tiled hearth with matching inset housing an open fire with grate. Double glazed window to the front elevation, single panelled radiator, power sockets, deep coved ceiling and wooden parquet flooring.
12' 0'' x 10' 6'' (3.65m x 3.20m)
Cosy lounge has a feature fire surround raised upon quarry tiled hearth housing a multi fuel stove burner. Double glazed sliding patio doors open onto the rear decking with views across the garden and trees beyond. Single panelled radiator, aerial point and power sockets.
8' 6'' x 8' 0'' (2.59m x 2.44m) not including extension
This traditional kitchen has been extended to the rear to gain more internal space. Housing a range of wooden wall, base and drawer units with complementary work surfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, space for gas Range oven and hob, space for white goods and void and plumbing for washing machine. Double glazed box bay window with unit to the side elevation, tiled flooring, wooden panelling to the walls, built in under stairs storage cupboard with window to the side and a further double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden and beyond.
Large loft access hatch and a double glazed window to the side elevation. Doors leading into:
11' 9'' x 11' 2'' (3.58m x 3.40m)
Double bedroom with a double glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden and views towards the estuary, single panelled radiator, picture rail and power sockets.
11' 9'' x 11' 2'' (3.58m x 3.40m)
Another double room having a double glazed window to the front elevation, single panelled radiator and power sockets.
8' 6'' x 7' 6'' (2.59m x 2.28m)
Single bedroom having a double glazed window to the front elevation, single panelled radiator and power sockets.
Three piece white suite comprises: panelled bath with mixer taps and mains shower attachment over, bifold glass screen across, low flush WC and pedestal sink unit. Tiled walls, tiled flooring, extractor fan, wall mounted towel holder, built in airing cupboard housing the wall mounted gas central heating boiler and double glazed windows to the rear and side elevations.
Outside is a unique selling point for this property having ample amounts of space to both the front and rear elevations. To the front you will find a larger than average hardcore driveway providing the property with off road parking for several vehicles as well as access down either side of the house via wooden double gates and into the front entrance. The rear is offered with heaps of potential for further development, business ventures or simply a family outlook. A raised decking area provides the ideal space for relaxation and outdoor dining giving you an outlook over the rest of the garden. Steps from the decking lead down out a paved drive extending to the length of the garden and around the side providing further ample off road parking for vehicles and visitors. Mainly laid to lawn garden hosts a variety of shrubs and planting as well as built up walls and mature trees to the boundaries, offering the garden the ideal amount of privacy. To the bottom of the garden you will find a usable outside toilet with attached store room ideal for storage or small animals. A circular retaining wall has been built by the current owner and can be used as an ideal space for a swimming pool having the correct piping system and power within. Two stables with attached tack room and garden room are perfect for buyers that have or are wanting horses to house or wanting the potential for further development. The paved driveway wraps around to the side where you will find a pond, wood room, main workshop and store room. A gate opens to a further hard standing area allowing door access into another storeroom which has been used as an outside bar area, access into the workshop and a gate leading into the good sized paddock with mature hedging and trees surrounding, providing the property with the ideal space for horses or other animals to roam/pasture as well as leading to a further paved patio area and quirky tree house.
8' 7'' x 5' 7'' (2.61m x 1.70m)
Low flush WC, pedestal unit and both having light and power.
Ideal storage space for all of your gardening needs as well as having light and power.
10' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.05m x 3.05m)
Two identical stables provide the ideal space for keeping horses, other animals or even the potential to convert. Both stables have a manger to the corner and a mains fed water trough in each.
10' 0'' x 7' 0'' (3.05m x 2.13m)
Sink with running cold water and loft storage above for hay bales or other items
Perfect space to house logs for the burners in the workshop and the property gives a good space to allow the wood to dry out. Curved feature wall and has light and power. Has the potential to be converted into another stable or outbuilding for other uses.
18' 0'' x 17' 1'' (5.48m x 5.20m)
Large workshop provides the ideal space for work purposes or other business ventures. (potential for other uses) Double doors to the side provide access to hardstanding and paddock area, sink unit with running water, wood burning stove to the corner, light and power with several power sockets with further adjoining workshop. Upvc door opens into:
31' 9'' x 7' 8'' at narrowest point (9.67m x 2.34m)
Double doors with high doors to the ceiling open into this spacious room ideal or storage, keeping of vehicles or other purposes.
This quirky room has been used by the current vendors as an outdoor bar space for entertaining but could also be used for further storage having roof space above.
A gate leads onto the laid to lawn paddock ideal for animals to roam/pasture, fencing surrounds the paddock together with mature hedging and trees giving the most secure and not overlooked aspect. A further gate opens onto a paved patio hardstanding area, currently used to house trailers but could be the ideal private seating area overlooking the paddock.
From the Agents Office in Mold turn right onto King Street and head to the roundabout, take the second exit onto the continuation of King Street until you reach the traffic lights. At this lights bear left onto Main Road and following this through the next set of lights and once you get to the roundabout take the first exit and merge onto the A55. In 3.3 miles take exit 32A onto B5123 and turn right. Head under the bridge and go straight on. Follow this road until you get to the junction next to 'The Blossoms' pub, turn left onto High Street. Take the next left onto Foel Gron and head up the hill. Once at the top of the hill the property will be on the right hand side and their is a rowing boat filled with flowers and shrubs that houses the property name on.
1 Crown Square