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**Video Tour Available**Equestrian/Registered small holding property set in a fabulous location a true rare find, perfect for those with horses.Tan Y Graig is located amidst rolling countryside between the villages of Nercwys and Eryrys. The property provides cosy cottage bungalow accommodation to include entrance hall, spacious sitting room, dining room, good sized kitchen/breakfast room, Two double bedrooms. Double glazing, oil fired central heating, off road parking for several vehicles, detached garage/workshop with separate utility/boiler room, generous sized informal gardens with adjoining paddocks with stable block and land equating to 5.5 acres with splendid rural views across adjoining countryside.
INSPECTION RECOMMENDED. Council Tax Band - D Tenure - Freehold. EPC -E-45
Equestrian/Registered small holding property set in a fabulous location a true rare find, perfect for those with horses. Nestled in the hills on the edge of the Clwydian Range yet just 4 miles outside the busy historic market town of Mold, Tan y Graig sits surrounded by rolling countryside in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' between the villages of Nercwys and Eryrys. The property provides cosy cottage/ "L" shaped bungalow accommodation to include entrance hall, spacious sitting room, dining room, good sized kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms. double glazing, oil fired central heating, off road parking for several vehicles, detached garage/workshop with separate utility/boiler room, generous sized informal gardens with adjoining paddocks with stable block and land equating to 5.5 acres with splendid rural views across adjoining countryside. The rear garden is spacious and has a garden shed and countryside views. The property benefits from quiet, peaceful surroundings, dark skies and an abundance of nature. From the property there is immediate access onto a network of public footpaths ( including a bridleway ) and quiet lanes leading to two nearby forests ( Nercwys Forest and the Big Covert, Maeshafn )
The property is located in the sought after village location of Eryrys and is reached by a well appointed easy access main road from Mold and lies between the villages of Nercwys, Maeshafan and Eryrys. The property benefits from two points of entry, one being from a quiet byway along a gravel track, the other along a tarmac lane. Within easy reach of Loggerheads Country Park, Moel Famau, Llandegla Reservoir (One Planet Mountain Bike Adventure Trails & Forest ) and a plethora of other breathtaking outdoor places to visit. Mold offers a range of shops, supermarkets, schools, restaurants and public houses. The A55 is a short distance away, offering ease of access to the North West region and major motorway links. Easy commute to Chester, Wrexham, Liverpool, Manchester & the North Wales Coast.
Located to the front of the property is a hard standing with gated access onto the stable yard and loose gravel parking area suitable for caravan/motor home or horse box.
Upvc double glazed front door leading into :
Having tiled floor, window to the side elevation, radiator and door leading into :
Having double glazed window to the front, radiator, tiled floor and door leading into :
16' 1'' x 15' 1'' (4.9m x 4.6m)
Bright and spacious room being dual aspect with two double glazed windows overlooking the rear of the property and double glazed sliding patio door leading onto the front garden. The focal point of the room being the wood burning stove which sits on a stone hearth there are also two radiators.
10' 10'' x 10' 10'' (3.3m x 3.3m)
Having a range of walnut wall, base and drawer units with complimentary work surfaces, intergrated electric oven and grill and four ring halogen hob with extractor fan over, intergrated dishwasher, intergrated fridge/freezer, tall larder unit, Astracast sink with mixer tap over, fully tiled splash backs, RO water filtration system under the sink, tiled floor, radiator, loft hatch, double glazed window and door to the rear of the property.
12' 10'' x 11' 2'' (3.9m x 3.4m)
Having a wood burning stove sitting on a stone hearth, radiator and dual aspect double glazed windows overlooking the front and the open countryside, hills and forest to the west of the property.
Having three piece white suite comprising of panelled bath with showers over and fully tiled wall behind the bath, pedestal wash basin, w.c, extractor fan, radiator and double glazed privacy window overlooking the rear of the property. There is plumbing and electric for two types of shower in the family bathroom, one for an electric shower and one from the mains boiler.
12' 10'' x 11' 5'' (3.9m x 3.47m)
Having two built-in wardrobes, radiator and double glazed window overlooking the rear of the property.
12' 8'' x 10' 3'' (3.87m x 3.12m)
Having dual aspect double glazed windows and a radiator.
16' 1'' x 21' 7'' (4.9m x 6.57m)
Having two windows, timber side access door, up and over door and storage above. Utility/Boiler Room has separate entrance, two windows, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, power points for chest freezer and houses the pressurised oil fired central heating boiler.
Stable One: 3.58 m x 2.06 Stable Two: 3.47m x 4.48m Stable Three: 3.14m x 3.39 m Store / Feed Room 4.1 x 3.37 Of block and brick construction " L" shaped with three stables consisting of two large loose boxes with half wall division. and a smaller separate loose box, each having shuttered window spaces for optional additional ventilation. The stables are warm and cosy in winter, cool and shaded in the summer. Separate large feed/tack/hay room with power points. Enclosed gate and fenced hard standing concrete yard. Mains electricity, internal and external lightings, water supply. Stable yard gate system can be openedor closed selectively to facilitate free ranging of animals to surrounding paddocks, including use of yard and stables, or restricted to use of specific fields or stable block and yard only - ideal for paddock rotation and grazing restriction. Small paddock and shed suitable for chickens situated to the rear of the stable block.
Located directly in front of the property are enclosed paddocks which have been sub-divided into four inter-connecting parcels with the benefit of gated access onto both points of access The whole plot ( to include land, gardens and property) extends to approximately 5.5 acres. The land is securely enclosed, fenced and gated with galvanised farm gates with a mixture of post and rail, stock fencing and natural stonewall/ hedging and divided into three separate grazing paddocks, one of which houses a smaller field shelter shed suitable for sheep or goats and a second chicken shed. A fourth paddock(approx 0.75 acre) has been set aside as a nature reserve by the current owner, but could be used for additional grazing or alternatively as a space for a ménage/ other ventures subject to the usual planning consents etc.
The front garden is a private south facing sun trap overlooking the pasture and stable block, the stable yard offers spectacular views of evening sunsets across the countryside. To the rear of the property is a timber garden gate which gives direct access onto a network of public footpaths. The remainder of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. The rear garden is spacious and has a garden shed and also spectacular countryside views.
26' 1'' x 7' 10'' (7.94m x 2.40m)
Situated to the side of the stable block. Of metal construction with wooden double doors leading to a large storage area which is insulated and has lighting. Suitable for storing large bale hay or as an additional garage.
The property benefits from two points of access. First point of access - From a quiet Byway lane, the property is approached via a galvanised farm gate leading to a long crusher run gravelled driveway across the open paddocks which leads to hard standing adjacent to the gated stable block and a parking area with room for several cars and suitable for caravan/motor home/boat/trailers or horse box. The driveway also runs past the front of the stable block through another galvanised gate, into a pasture field to join up with the tarmac lane from the second access point via a second galvanised farm gate. Second point of access - Is via a tarmac lane directly off Pant Du Road, via the neighbouring property which leads to the pasture, gardens and garage/workshop. The properties are separated at the boundary by a galvanised farm gate and the neighbouring property does not have any reciprocal rights of access over or across Tan y Graig. The property is served by a septic tank and mains water supply. Broad Band via fibre optic phone line supply.
From the Agents Mold Office proceed left to the traffic lights and take a left onto Wrexham Street. Continue past the Alun School and take a right hand turn signposted for Nercwys. Take the next right and continue up this road, passing Nercwys village and follow the road up the hill. Pass the turning for Maeshafn and continue until you get to a cross roads. Turn right at the cross roads (sign posted towards the White House) and shortly after on the right hand side after the small industrial unit will be a drive way with a metal gate sign posted "Tan Y Graig".
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