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Moel Y Crio, Halkyn
£565,000 Open To Realistic Offers

Moel Y Crio, Halkyn

Sold STC
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  • Front
  • Living Room
    Living Room
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  • Paddock
  • Kitchen
  • Stables
  • Kitchen other
    Kitchen other
  • Original bread oven
    Original bread oven
  • Swedish log burner
    Swedish log burner
  • Landing/Study Area
    Landing/Study Area
  • Landing
  • Snug/Dining Room
    Snug/Dining Room
  • Boot Room
    Boot Room
  • Bedroom 1
    Bedroom 1
  • Bedroom
  • Shower Room
    Shower Room
  • Family Bathroom
    Family Bathroom
  • Front Entrance
    Front Entrance
  • Studio
  • Front garden
    Front garden
  • View
  • Garden
  • Garden area
    Garden area
  • Access to stable area
    Access to stable area
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  • Equestrian Small Holding with outstanding views
  • Paddock and stable block
  • Easy access to the A55 for links to Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and North Wales
  • Two reception rooms
  • Two bedrooms
  • Garage and studio within grounds
  • Oil fired central heating
  • EPC Rating - E-54
  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Council Tax Band - F

Video tour available - Equestrian Small Holding - Bryn Y Gwynt is set within just under two acres and originally a local beer house dating from the mid 1800's and now a unique property that has been modernised and offers stunning views of surrounding countryside and of the Dee and Mersey Estuaries. EPC E-54 Tenure - Freehold, Council Tax Band - F



Externally boasting a paddock, stable block, garage and studio. The property internally retains many original features including slate sills, exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings. The accommodation offers two reception rooms, kitchen, with pantry off, boot room and ground floor bathroom. To the first floor two bedrooms, study area and shower room. Set in a SSSI area with direct access to Moorland for easy equine pursuits. Viewing essential.


Central composite door with double glazed panels to either side leading into

Entrance Hall

With exposed stone wall, beamed ceiling, tiled floor and double cupboards housing electric meter, shelving and storage.

Living Room

15' 0'' x 14' 4'' (4.56m x 4.36m)

With beamed ceiling, Swedish log burner on a raised slate hearth within a stone inglenook, double radiator, two double glazed windows to the front with slate sills.

Snug/Dining Room

12' 0'' x 7' 0'' (3.66m x 2.13m)

With beamed ceiling, original grate, radiator, exposed stone wall, two double glazed windows to the rear with slate sills and steps leading down to a small wine cellar/storage. Stable door leads into


24' 5'' x 8' 7'' (7.44m x 2.62m)

With worktops with drawers and base units beneath and wall units over, soft close pan drawers, one and half bowl single drainer sink and mixer tap, plumbing for a dishwasher, Rangemaster cooker set in an inglenook recess, fridge, freezer, original bread oven can be seen in the Pantry room, beamed ceiling, double radiator, tiled floor and double glazed windows overlooking the front and rear elevations.


11' 2'' x 5' 11'' (3.4m x 1.8m)

With original bread oven, heavy timber shelving and tiled floor.

Boot Room

11' 6'' x 5' 11'' (3.5m x 1.8m)

With plumbing for a washing machine, void for a condensing dryer, large seating plinth and double glazed door and window to the side. Door off into

Ground Floor W.C

With low flush W.C

Ground Floor Family Bathroom

10' 0'' x 8' 6'' (3.05m x 2.59m)

With Spa bath with telephonic mixer tap, pedestal washbasin, Victorian high flush W.C, column radiator with heated towel rail, two inbuilt storage cupboards, additional cupboard housing modern oil fired condensing central heating boiler with compression system, double glazed window to the side and beamed ceiling.

Turned staircase from Snug/Dining to Landing

Large landing with a study area, radiator and double glazed window to the rear. Inner hallway with linen store and factory lagged hot water cylinder.

Study Area

14' 11'' x 8' 4'' (4.55m x 2.55m)

Bedoom 1

14' 11'' x 14' 5'' (4.55m x 4.4m)

With full length fitted wardrobes with sliding doors, radiator and double glazed windows to the front and side with slate sills.

Bedroom 2

18' 8'' x 8' 10'' maximum (5.7m x 2.7m)

With radiator, inbuilt storage cupboard, exposed stone built chimney breast and double glazed windows to front and side.

Shower Room

With shower enclosure having power shower, W.C, wash basin, tiled splashback, tiled shower surround, heated flooring, storage cupboards and double glazed window to the side elevation.


Driveway leads to a detached garage and a further gate with pitched slate canopy porch above, leads to a concrete path. The front garden is predominately lawned with mixed borders, mature tree and specimen plants. Pathway leads to the side elevation and in turn leads to the boot room door with slate pitched canopy above. The rear garden is paved with a rendered wall to act as a wind break, lawned garden, oil tank and steps lead up to an additional driveway with two gates, leading to the yard with tack room two stables, one store room and workshop and further gate from the yard leading to the fully fenced paddock and access to the furthest point by another field gate. Behind the stables is an orchard area, duck house, timber shed previously used for hens. To the side of the garage there is a storage bunker under pitched roof ideal for garden storage.


With remote control electronic up and over door, power and light, with personal door to the rear. Formally stables original hay feeders.


12' 0'' x 6' 6'' (3.66m x 1.98m)

Formerly an art studio with uPVC double glazed door, two double glazed windows, slate pitched roof, tiled floor and ornamental antique log burner.


From Mold take the A541 Denbigh Road, turning right onto the B5123 signposted Rhosesmor. On entering the village turn left opposite the public house signposted Rhes y Cae. Entering Moel y Crio village the property can be seen on the right hand side.


Moel Y Crio
Halkyn CH8 8JN
County: Flintshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: WM1218
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