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Maeshafn, Mold
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Pentre Cerrig Bach, Maeshafn, Mold

Sold STC
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  • 3 Bed Detached Cottage
  • Two Large Reception Rooms
  • In Need Of Full Refurbishment
  • Stables/Outbuildings
  • Rural Location with Magnificent Views
  • Around Three Acres of land
  • In An Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • EPC-G 14
  • Tenure- Freehold
  • Council Tax- F

With magnificent open views towards the Clwydian Hills and three acres this wonderful cottage would make the most idyllic home.In need of updating and a scope of modernisation Pentre Cerrig Bach has a lot to offer, with three double bedrooms, large reception rooms and magnificent views. Property has oil fired central heating, outbuildings and extra land could be available upon request. EPC-TBC



Pentre Cerrig Bach dates from the 1920s and sits within an idyllic position in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the beautiful village of Maes Hafan. The interior provides family sized accommodation with an abundance of original features and ample scope to update. The property enjoys a secluded setting off a private lane with views over open countryside to the Clwydian hills. The market town of Mold lies 4½ miles to the north east providing a wide range of amenities including shopping and schooling. The A55 expressway is 7 miles away facilitating fast access to the major centres of the region.


The entrance is approached via a concrete drive which leads to a covered porch and timber exterior door with stained glass window and two glazed side panels.


With original parquet flooring, under stair cupboard window to the front elevation and stairs raising to the first floor. Doors off to all rooms-

Living Room

16' 4'' x 14' 5'' (4.98m x 4.40m)

Spacious room with original features including beams, original wooden built in cupboards and windows to the front and rear elevations with deep sill and radiator.


14' 5'' x 15' 0'' (4.4m x 4.57m)

With double uPVC leaded doors to the front elevation which looks out onto open countryside, beamed ceiling, parquet flooring, radiator, windows to both sides of the property and feature stone fire surround with open fire and stone hearth.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

12' 2'' x 12' 10'' (3.7m x 3.9m)

With window to the side elevation, wooden door to the rear of the property and storage cupboards, the kitchen does need some updating but does have wall and base units and a single stainless steel sink.


With obscured window to the side elevation and low level w.c.


Bright and spacious with fitted cupboards and window overlooking the distant countryside and doors off to all rooms.

Bedroom One

17' 6'' x 11' 10'' (5.34m x 3.6m)

Large room which could be split to incorporate an en-suite, with beamed ceiling windows to three sides of the property, large storage cupboard which houses the hot water tank, vanity sink unit and radiator.


With obscured window to the side elevation, pedestal sink and panelled bath and radiator.

Bedroom Two

13' 1'' x 12' 2'' (4.0m x 3.7m)

Spacious double room with window overlooking the welsh countryside, radiator.

Bedroom Three

16' 1'' x 11' 5'' (4.90m x 3.47m)

With radiator, exposed beamed ceiling, windows with superb views, pedestal sink, and fitted cupboards.


The property is approached via a driveway which has parking space for a number of vehicles and provides access to the outbuildings and gates leading onto the land. To the rear of the property is a section of woodland which could be cleared to create another garden area.

Stables/ Outbuildings

In need of updating, stone built walls with corragated roof.Timber gate leading to the paddock.


To the rear of the property is a large wooded area, in total the pasture land which is to the front of the property equates to 3 acres, additional acreage could be available upon request.


The picturesque and rural village of Maeshafn is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and a sought-after address. Moel Findeg and Aberduna nature reserve lay either side of the village and offer breath-taking views of Moel Fammau and the Clwydian Range. Bushley is walking distance from the local pub - The Miners Arms, and there is an abundance of footpaths, walking and cycling routes available from the doorstep. There is also a regular bus route through the village which can take you to Ruthin or Mold.


What three words located = ///driveway.scars.reassured Head north-west on High St/B5444 towards Bank Villa,turn left onto Clayton Road, continue onto Hendy Road,turn left onto Hafod Park, turn right onto Ruthin Rd/A5119, at Gwernymynydd Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A494 Ruthin ,turn left, Slight right arrive in the village of Maeshafn, Mold CH7 5LU, and continue through the village, as you come to the lane take the first left which is a private track sign posted Pentre Cerrig Mawr and B&B, the property will be found at the end of this lane and is accessed via a private drive.


Mold CH7 5LU
County: Flintshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: WM1354
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