- DETACHED HOUSE
- FOUR BEDROOMS
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
- LARGE REAR GARDEN
- PRIVATE WOODLANDS
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- SOLAR ELECTRIC
- UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING
- OFF-ROAD PARKING
Set in an idyllic, rural location is this attractive and characterful detached property which enjoys the most beautiful outlook from all angles. With a generous sized garden, well stocked with plants, and shrubs, along with a variety of outbuildings, stores, private woodland and a double garage along with ample parking positioned to the rear of the main residence. The property is predominantly UPVC double glazed and is serviced by solar panels positioned on the roof and an LPG tank for the central heating secluded in the garden. Within the property is a cast-iron stove in the dining room and a Rayburn stove in the kitchen, which can also heat the water.
Maeshafn is a small village in Denbighshire, Wales, near the border with Flintshire. Maeshafn is located a few miles to the southwest of Mold. The Loggerheads Country Park is towards the north towards the A494 road. Maeshafn village is connected by bus to Mold and Ruthin, a bus will also stop outside the property on request.
From the Mold office: Head North-east on New Street/A5119 towards Daniel Owen Precinct, turn right onto Wrexham Street/B5444, slight right, turn right, turn right onto Ffordd Maeshafan, the destination will be on the right.
ENTRANCE PORCH 2.18m x 1.42m (7'2" x 4'8")
The property is entered through a UPVC double glazed front door, which opens to ceramic tiled flooring, a window to the side elevation, a window to the front elevation and an internal window and wooden glazed door which opens to the reception hall.
RECEPTION HALL 3.91m×2.06m” (12'10"×6'9”)
With quarry tiled flooring incorporating an inset doormat, a radiator, stairs off rising to the first floor accommodation with spindle balustrades, and internal doors off opening to the study, utility room, dining room, and a half glazed door opening to the kitchen.
KITCHEN 3.10m x 3.61m (10'2" x 11'10")
With quarry tiled flooring, an exposed stone wall and exposed beams, the kitchen is installed with a range of base units and two wall mounted display cabinets, worksurface space incorporates a stainless steel, single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap. There is also a window to the front elevation and the side elevation. Within the kitchen is a Rayburn stove which also heats the hot water.
UTILITY ROOM 2.74m x 1.63m (9'0" x 5'4" )
The Utility room is accessed through its own separate UPVC double glazed access door, approached from the rear, opening to a quarry tiled floor, a wooden double glazed window to the rear elevation, an internal door to the main reception hall and another internal door opening to a shelf pantry also with plumbing for a washing machine.
STUDY 3.58m x 2.29m (11'9" x 7'6")
With fitted shelving, two radiators and a window to the side elevation.
DINING ROOM 3.58m x 3.35m (11'9" x 11'0")
The dining room has an exposed beam ceiling, an exposed stone wall and pillars, with quarry tiled flooring and featuring a radiator and exposed stone chimney breast with an oak mantle.
CONSERVATORY 4.37m x 3.05m (14'4" x 10")
Having a ceramic tiled floor, two radiators, windows to the front elevation and to the side elevation, and with a UPVC double glazed door opening to the garden.
LIVING ROOM 7.77m x 3.78m (25'6" x 12'5")
Also featuring quarry tiled flooring, four radiators, windows to both front and rear elevations, and two windows to the side, elevation, an exposed beam ceiling, and a cast-iron stove set within an exposed stone surround.
With quarry tiled flooring, an exposed beam ceiling and an internal door opening to the cloakroom, WC and a UPVC double glazed door, which opens to the rear elevation of the property.
Installed with a low-level WC, a wash hand basin and a timber framed double glazed window to the rear elevation
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The first floor landing is in two parts, the first has a continuation of the oak banister and balustrades from the entrance hall with doors off to bedrooms two, three and four, a door to the bathroom and a door, which opens to an internal landing.
INTERNAL LANDING 3.99m x 1.63m (13'1" x 5'4" )
With a door off to the principal bedroom, a radiator, a window to the rear elevation, an exposed beam and a Worcester boiler which is positioned on the wall.
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM 7.77m x 3.78m (25'6 x 12'5")
The principal bedroom is positioned directly over the living room, with three radiators, an exposed beam ceiling, windows to both front and rear elevations, along with two further windows to the side elevation (double glazed timber frame) and an internal door opening to a wet room with a ceramic tiled floor, low-level WC and a wash hand basin.
BEDROOM TWO 3.28m x 3.45m max (10'9" x 11'4" max)
With exposed beams, window to the front elevation and a radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 4.11m x 3.51m (13'6" x 11'6")
Having windows to the front and side elevations and an exposed beam ceiling.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.48mx 2.21m max (11'5"x 7'3" max)
With a window to the side elevation and a fitted cupboard/wardrobe.
BATHROOM 2.79m x 1.40m (9'2" x 4'7" )
Installed with a modern white suite comprising a P-Shaped panelled bath with a thermostatic shower over, a low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, with mixer tap, partially tiled walls, a radiator, double glazed timber window to the side elevation and an airing cupboard.
The property is approached from the rear, either through a timber pedestrian gate or by vehicle through a timber farmhouse gate, which opens to brick block parking and access to the part timber, part concrete double garage, which also has a double door timber store/garage position to the side, along with a covered wood store to the opposite side. The rear garden is predominantly lawned and shrubbed and has an ornamental pond with side access leading to the larger front garden. There are two outside stores, along with an outside stone built summer house which could easily be converted to an office (15‘2" x 11‘4“).
The front garden is a generous size is well stocked with mature plants, shrubs and trees, has a greenhouse and a Hidden LPG tank.
Further past the entrance to the property on the left-hand side is a gate which opens to the private woodland which is included in the sale of this property. The boundary of this woodland is defined on the plans included.
The agents have not tested the services in the property. The property is predominantly UPVC double glazed and is serviced by solar electric panels which will generate electricity for the property providing an income for the next 12 years. There is also a solar water heating panel used to distribute hot water for the water taps throughout the house, positioned on the roof. Within the property is a cast-iron stove in the living room and a Rayburn stove in the kitchen, which is used for both cooking and provide hot water.
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