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Denbigh Road Afonwen, Mold
£625,000

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Denbigh Road, Afonwen

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  • 5 bedroom detached house
  • Grade 2 listed residence with plenty of character
  • Two semi-detached coach-houses providing rental income
  • Set in approximately 1.7 acres with beautiful gardens
  • Original period features such as sash windows and shutters
  • Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Stunning countryside views due to its elevated position
  • Immaculately presented throughout
  • Viewings highly recommended
  • EPC Rating TBC

Williams Estates are pleased to bring to market a superb grade two listed 5 bedroom detached house set in approximately 1.7 acres with two semi-detached coach-houses currently realising an income in excess of £1,100pcm and could be used as holiday accommodation. The property is immaculately presented throughout and boasts many original period features such as sash windows, shutters, picture rails, dado rails, deep coving and ceiling roses. Accommodation comprises front hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, sitting room, utility room, cloakroom, five double bedrooms, en suite and family bathroom. The first coach=house comprises lounge, kitchen, dining room, shower room and two bedrooms to the first floor. Coach-house two comprises lounge, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. The property is approached by a long sweeping drive and provides ample parking for multiple vehicles, a detached double garage, beautiful lawns to the front and vegetable garden and patio area to the rear. Fron Deg is situated in Afonwen, a beautiful semi-rural village that is approximately 9 miles from Mold, 7 miles from Denbigh and only 4 miles to the A55 Expressway, with links to Chester, Liverpool and beyond. EPC Rating TBC.


Rooms

Accommodation

Original timber front door with Georgian fan over and beautiful glazing to either side, opening into:

Front Hall

23' 1'' (max) x 7' 9'' (7.03m (max) x 2.36m)

Having beautiful views out over the front garden and over to the hills beyond, oak block parquet flooring, deep period coving, dado rail, picture rails and original doors through to the reception rooms. Archway with wood panelled staircase rising to the first floor. Understairs doorway with two full length built-in storage cupboards leading to the back hallway.

Drawing Room

14' 10'' x 13' 9'' (4.52m x 4.19m)

Having period coving, full length Georgian sash bay window with original shutters enjoying beautiful views and having secondary glazing, ceiling rose, picture rail, dado rail, wall lights, power points, radiator, wooden fire surround with multi fuel burner set on a marble hearth and backing.

Main Dining Room

13' 10'' x 13' 5'' (4.21m x 4.09m)

Having a full length Georgian sash bay window with original shutters enjoying beautiful views, brick-built fire surround with quarry tiled hearth and open fireplace housing a coal-effect fire, period coving, ceiling rose, dado rail, picture rail, wall lights, power points and radiator.

Cloakroom

Having window to side elevation, pedestal wash basin, WC with tiled splashback, dado rail, radiator and wood effect laminate flooring.

Kitchen

14' 2'' x 13' 10'' (4.31m x 4.21m)

Having original window looking over to the rear with secondary glazing, Georgian sash window with secondary glazing, picture rail, laminate flooring, a range of limed oak wall and base units with display shelving, complementary worktops, void for fridge/freezer, void and plumbing for dishwasher, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Electric Rangemaster with double oven and induction hob, tiled splashback with extractor fan. Rayburn oil fired range providing central heating set within inglenook and original slate mantled fireplace with tiled splashbacks. Doors through to back and front hallways.

Back Hallway

Dado rail and doors off to kitchen, cloakroom, sitting room and utility room. Door leading to the front hall with two full length built-in storage cupboards.

Sitting Room

15' 9'' x 14' 11'' (4.80m x 4.54m)

Having obscured glass panelled entrance door, french doors out to the side elevation, bay window, coving, picture rail, dado rail, brick fireplace, radiator and economical heat pump air conditioning unit.

Utility Room

9' 11'' x 8' 6'' (3.02m x 2.59m)

Having tiled flooring, range of base and wall units with complementary worksurfaces over, tiled splashback, inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap over, window to rear aspect looking out to cottages, void and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, space for fridge/freezer and Victorian style ceiling-hung clothes maiden.

First Floor Landing

11' 10'' x 9' 4'' (3.60m x 2.84m)

Accessed via a turn staircase, having high ceilings and roof velux window allowing plenty of natural light, with doors off to:

Master Bedroom

15' 1'' x 13' 10'' (4.59m x 4.21m)

Having Georgian sash window with secondary glazing looking over the side elevation towards the rear garden, storage cupboards built in to the recesses either side of the chimney breast, power points, further window and radiator.

En Suite

6' 8'' x 3' 11'' (2.03m x 1.19m)

Having tile-effect laminate flooring, tiled walls to half height with feature edging, corner shower with electric Mira unit over, wall mounted ladder style radiator, WC, wash basin and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two

13' 9'' x 13' 8'' (4.19m x 4.16m)

Having Georgian sash window with secondary glazing overlooking the front garden and rolling countryside beyond, coving, dado rail, wall lights, power points, radiator and a further window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Three

13' 10'' x 13' 9'' (4.21m x 4.19m)

Having coved ceiling, radiator, power points and Georgian sash window with secondary glazing enjoying views over the front garden and beautiful countryside beyond.

Bedroom Four

13' 11'' x 13' 9'' (4.24m x 4.19m)

Having Georgian sash windows with secondary glazing overlooking the side and rear elevations, picture rail and power points.

Bedroom Five

14' 1'' x 9' 11'' (4.29m x 3.02m)

The fifth bedroom is currently being used as a study. Having two original Georgian sash windows to the side and rear with secondary glazing, picture rail, power points and radiator.

Family Bathroom

13' 10'' x 7' 8'' (4.21m x 2.34m)

Having partially obscured secondary glazed Georgian sash window to the front elevation with far reaching views, laminate tile-effect flooring, long length chrome radiator, coved ceiling, tiling to half height, twin basins set in to a long-length vanity unit with storage below, tiled splashback, shaving point, wall mounted mirrors, wall mounted fan heater, corner whirlpool bath with floor to ceiling tiling and shower attachment over.

Outside

The property is set within approximately 1.7 acres and is approached by a wooden gate opening onto the sweeping driveway, leading to the double garage which is edged by a well stocked rockery and bound by low stone walling. The driveway continues to the left of the property where the cottages are located, with plenty of parking space for guests. Steps from the front terrace lead onto the front driveway with mature shrub and flower borders and specimen tree planting. The wrap around gardens include a paved courtyard patio, a vegetable garden, three greenhouses, an ornamental pond and further lawned area.

Double Garage

20' 10'' x 19' 5'' (6.35m x 5.91m)

The stone faced detached garage has twin double opening doors, power points and outside courtesy and security light.

Coach-House Cottages

Timber glazed doors opening in to:

Entrance Hall

Shared access entrance hall for both cottages with radiator. Each cottage has its own entrance within the hallway.

Coach-House One

Timber door with obscured panels opening in to:

Coach-House One Hallway

With doors off to the kitchen, shower room and stairs to first floor.

Coach-House One Shower Room

8' 9'' x 7' 8'' (2.66m x 2.34m)

Having double glazed roof velux window, shower cubicle with electric unit and floor to ceiling tiling, wall mounted heated towel radiator, further radiator, wash basin with tiled splashbacks, WC, lighting, electric fan heater and extractor fan.

Coach-House One Bedroom One

13' 11'' x 11' 0'' (4.24m x 3.35m)

Having double glazed roof velux windows allowing for plenty of natural light, exposed beams, timber secondary double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, wall mounted electric heater, power points, radiator and smoke alarms. Door through to:

Coach-House One Bedroom Two

8' 1'' x 10' 9'' (2.46m x 3.27m)

Having double glazed roof velux window and timber secondary glazed window overlooking the rear garden, corner storage cupboard housing the immersion heater and power points.

Coach-House One Kitchen

7' 6'' x 14' 2'' (2.28m x 4.31m)

Having a range of fitted base units with worksurfaces over, space for tall standing fridge/freezer, inset electric oven, inset electric hob, plumbing for washing machine, inset stainless steel sink, double glazed timber windows to the front elevation, power points, air conditioning, fitted pantry cupboard, radiator, and door through to:

Coach-House One Dining Room

8' 2'' x 10' 8'' (2.49m x 3.25m)

Having double glazed window overlooking the front elevation, radiator. Door through to:

Coach-House One Lounge

18' 10'' x 11' 11'' (5.74m x 3.63m)

Having double glazed sliding doors enjoying breathtaking views, radiator, power points, TV point, electric fire set on a timber surround, coved ceiling and ceiling lights.

External Access to Boiler House

Oil fired condensing central heating boiler capable of heating both cottages.

Coach-House Two

Timber door with obscured panels opening in to the entrance hall area.

Coach-House Two Kitchen

8' 10'' x 11' 1'' (2.69m x 3.38m)

Having tiled flooring, a range of wall and base units with worksurfaces over, inset stainless steel sink, tiled splashbacks, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, inset electric oven with electric hob over, coved ceiling, power points, radiator and space for fridge and freezer. Door in to the hallway and further door out to the rear.

Coach-House Two Hall

Being L-shaped and having coved ceiling, LED lighting, laminate floor, smoke alarm and doors off to the kitchen, lounge, bathoom and bedrooms.

Coach-House Two Living Room

15' 8'' x 14' 10'' (4.77m x 4.52m)

Having laminate flooring, secondary double glazed windows, power points, TV aerial, two radiators, electric log effect burner set on a tiled hearth with tiled backing, coved ceiling, air conditioning unit, serving hatch through to kitchen with obscured glazing and long length glazed obscured timber door to hallway and separate glazed door to outside.

Coach-House Two Bathroom

5' 4'' x 8' 10'' (1.62m x 2.69m)

Having tiled floor, floor to ceiling tiling, double glazed roof velux window allowing plenty of natural daylight, LED spotlighting, coved ceiling, high gloss modern basin set on a vanity unit with mixer style tap over, wall mounted mirror, WC, electric heater, extractor and bath with wall-mounted electric shower unit over.

Coach-House Two Bedroom One

11' 7'' x 17' 3'' (3.53m x 5.25m)

Having coved ceiling, radiators, wall mounted heater, secondary glazed windows overlooking the rear garden, laminate flooring and power points.

Coach-House Two Bedroom Two

7' 9'' x 12' 1'' (2.36m x 3.68m)

Having wall mounted heater, double glazed roof velux window, further double glazed window to the rear, power points, laminate flooring and door through to hallway leading to front entrance.

Directions

From the Mold office go right along the high street to the traffic lights and go left on to Chester Street, taking the first left at the roundabout on to Lead Mills. At the next roundabout take the third exit signposted for Denbigh and St Asaph, along the A541. Continue on this road out of Mold for approximately 9 miles towards Denbigh until you enter the village of Afonwen, passing through Rhydymwyn, Hendre and Melin y Wern. Pass the sign for the Afonwen craft centre on the left and the property will be on your right just beyond the turning for Caerwys and Babell on the right.


Location

Denbigh Road Afonwen
Mold CH7 5UB
County: Flintshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: WE6414
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