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The Compass is an imposing residence originally built circa 1670 as a granary, set within a convenient position within the centre of the historical village of Northop. Being completely unique and designed with a family in mind this large home occupies a prime location comprising: entrance hall, living room, dining room, large family kitchen with combined day room off, three double bedrooms, large office with separate stair case that could be easily converted into an annexe or extra bedrooms subject to the correct permissions, double garage, ample parking and wrap around gardens with a brook running through.EPC D60 , Council Tax Band G, Tenure-Freehold
The Compass was built circa 1670 as a granary and is situated within the Conservation Area of Northop and is constructed of mellow York stone under a slate roof. Feature Oak front door opens into a spacious reception hallway with a magnificent oak staircase sweeping up to a galleried landing, having ample and spacious living accommodation and generously proportioned bedrooms, this property really does have the wow factor. The property has a walled Courtyard and has ample parking.
The property is very well positioned for access to Chester (about 15 miles) and the motorway network via the A55 and the southerly approach provides a direct approach to the Chester Business Park and the highly regarded King’s School.
Timber door leads into a -
With feature American oak staircase and galleried landing central stained glass window, traditional double radiator, solid oak flooring, main front door with stained glass panel, understairs storage, feature stone walls, and french doors leading to the side elevation. Doors leading off too -
16' 11'' x 10' 10'' (5.15m x 3.30m)
With feature stone walls and brick built fireplace with insert hearth and cast iron coal stove, recessed shelving and cupboards and windows overlooking the rear of the property.
22' 1'' x 17' 10'' (6.72m x 5.43m)
A welcoming room with an abundance of character to include, two double radiators, picture rails, and feature beamed ceiling. Windows looking over the front and rear aspect and log burner.
28' 3'' x 19' 11'' (8.62m x 6.08m)
Fitted with a bespoke handmade kitchen featuring a range of wall, floor, display units and drawers having solid wood and granite work-surfaces, tiled flooring, concealed lighting, contemporary splash backs, A brick lined chimney breast with a brick surround, and a cream enamelled gas Aga with hotplate, radiator, telephone point, integrated single electric oven, one enamelled Belfast sink with mixer top over and additional stainless steel sink with solid wood counter top covering, integrated dishwasher, wide open throughway with feature beam leading to the snug and internal timber door leading to the secondary hallway.
With feature brick built fireplace, and vaulted beamed ceiling, log burner, tiled flooring and french doors leading to the side garden.
Timber door leading through to an inner rear hallway with staircase rising up to the second floor, utility space with plumbing for washing machine and space for dryer, tiled flooring and external part glazed door leading to the rear of the property.
Fitted with a low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled flooring, obscured window to the side of the property, heated towel rail, and feature stained glass window.
With doors leading off to the office, radiator, window overlooking the side elevation, large storage cupboard and timber door leading to the principle bedroom.
Impressive American oak feature staircase with bespoke stained glass windows and curtain poles.Galleried landing leading to-
Galleried landing with hand made bespoke shelving and office area, bespoke "Compass" stained glass window, and hidden door leading to -
22' 0'' x 14' 8'' (6.71m x 4.46m)
Leading from the library and through into a dressing area with shelving and hanging space, this well appointed principle bedroom is flooded with natural light from the dual aspect windows, three radiators and timber door leading to-
12' 2'' x 7' 5'' (3.7m x 2.27m)
Fitted with a four piece suite, to include a jacuzzi corner bath, shower cubicle, pedestal hand wash basin, low level w.c, radiator and window looking over the side elevation.
With doors leading off to bedrooms one and two, windows looking over the front elevation ,radiator and two large storage cupboards which could be converted into en-suites if needed.
10' 7'' x 10' 11'' (3.23m x 3.33m)
With traditional timber door leading through to a spacious double room with radiator and window to the rear.
9' 3'' x 10' 4'' (2.82m x 3.15m)
With feature stained glass window, radiator and window overlooking the rear elevation, radiator and fitted cupboards with timber door.
11' 1'' x 10' 10'' (3.37m x 3.29m)
Large room comprising of a four piece suite including panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, vanity wash basin and w.c feature glass panel to the interior hall, radiator and window overlooking the rear elevation.
21' 7'' x 17' 10'' (6.58m x 5.44m)
With huge potential to convert, windows to both side and rear elevations and two double radiators.
Being on a corner plot and having two driveways all bound by stone walling, with timber gates giving access to the front, with Welsh slate driveway, lawned area to the side with timber and glazed greenhouse, feature timber bridge over the stream which runs around the side and front of the property, and well established fruit trees and shrubs.
To the side of the property is a large well maintained lawned garden with various mature trees and shrubs and patio area along with a timber built outbuilding, and access to the attached garage, and timber gate leading to the rear of the property.
Entering via a separate driveway via a private lane, through double timber gates, leading to a brick paved large driveway with ample parking for numerous vehicles, and security lighting.
With timber doors to both sides of the property, power and light.
Directions - From the Agent's Mold office proceed up the High Street and turn right at the traffic lights onto King Street. At the roundabout take the second exit towards New Brighton. On passing County Hall bear left at the traffic lights and follow the road through Sychdyn and thereafter into Northop. At the traffic lights the property will be found on the left hand side.
1 Crown Square