BRYN TEGFAN NERCWYS MOUNTAIN, FLINTSHIRE CH7 4BW, UK
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Last Sold: OCT 2010
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Beresford Adams - Mold Sales Agent Valuation of this property is £475,000
A deceptively spacious four bedroom semi-detached period family cottage, considered to date from circa 1854, which has benefited from a programme of modernisation and refurbishment. Set within mature gardens with a large elevated 'log cabin' summerhouse with raised decked patio together with adjoining paddock and established vegetable patch set in approximately 0.75 acre. Standing within a secluded setting on a minor country lane on Nercwys Mountain in an area noted for its scenic beauty and stunning views across the county towards the Cheshire plain and beyond. In brief the accommodation benefits from modern double glazing and oil central heating and affords entrance hall, through lounge / dining room, luxury ‘Oak’ fitted kitchen with complementary Granite worktop surfaces, rear hall / utility area, downstairs bathroom, four bedrooms and shower room. Delightful informal gardens with various store sheds, large Greenhouse, modern summerhouse and adjoining paddock vegetable patch and two driveways with further access to the paddock.
Paddock With Separate Access
Large Established Vegetable Patch
Elevated Summer House
Set In Approx 0.75 Acres
Porch 5'3" x 8' (1.6m x 2.44m). Wood grained effect uPVC front door leading to enclosed porch with tiled floor and glazed windows to the front and rear elevations, glazed door into;
Dining Room 11'7" x 13'2" (3.53m x 4.01m). Double glazed window to the front elevation with rural aspect. Ornate cast iron fireplace with oak surround and granite hearth. Open beamed ceiling with spot lights, wood effect laminate style flooring, power points and radiator. Open entrance into;
Lounge 11'7" x 12'1" (3.53m x 3.68m). Double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, feature stone lined fireplace with beam and raised hearth together with open beamed ceiling with spot lighting, wood effect laminate style flooring, radiator, TV and power points.
Kitchen Breakfast 13'7" x 12'4" (4.14m x 3.76m). Fitted with a range of quality antique style solid oak doors to drawer and door fronts and impressive brown sapphire granite working surfaces with inset sink with mixer tap and stainless steel sink. Space for ‘Rangemaster’ cooker with hot plate and ovens standing within a chimney breast. Integrated dishwasher, two glazed display cabinets and space for upright fridge freezer. Feature beamed ceiling with spot lights, staircase rising off with under stairs store area and ceramic tiled floor, Double glazed window to the rear elevation and door into inner hall/Utility
Inner Hall/Utility 3' x 12'3" (0.91m x 3.73m). Open beamed ceiling, fitted wall units, tiled floor, panel radiator and external door. Plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Bathroom 8'2" x 8'7" (2.5m x 2.62m). A three piece white suite comprising shaped panel bath with shower screen and electric shower, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Part tiled walls and floor to a marble effect finish, extractor fan, radiator and heated chrome towel rail and double glazed frosted window.
Landing x . Feature stained glass window and doors to rooms off
Bedroom One 12' x 12'2" (3.66m x 3.7m). Double glazed window to the front elevation with views over the surrounding countryside, feature cast iron fireplace, timber boarded floor, radiator and power points
Bedroom Two 13'2" x 11'2" (4.01m x 3.4m). Velux double glazed window to the front elevation views over the surrounding countryside, exposed purlin, radiator and power points
Bedroom Three 11'8" x 9'7" (3.56m x 2.92m). Velux double glazed window, two further double glazed windows to the rear and side elevations, timber boarded floor, radiator and power points
Bedroom Four 9' x 8'3" (2.74m x 2.51m). Velux double glazed window to the rear elevation. Wood effect laminate style flooring, exposed purlin, radiator and power points
Shower Room 4'8" x 4'5" (1.42m x 1.35m). Corner shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC, tiled floor, extractor fan and shaving point
Externally x . To the front of the property there is a driveway providing off road parking, there is also a timber framed log store and coal bunkers. The mature and landscaped gardens are mainly to the western elevation of the property providing extensive and mature informal lawns which enjoy a slightly elevated setting with views over Nercwys Mountain. There is a pathway leading up to large timber log cabin style summerhouse which is surrounded to three sides by an extensive raised deck, which has an overall width of some 26'5 and is designed to take full advantage of the splendid views towards the Cheshire Plains. The gardens extend beyond where there is a greenhouse, timber framed and panelled sheds and a separate gated entrance leading onto the lane providing ample space for those wishing to create on site parking or garage (subject to the usual consents being obtained) or even store a caravan or motorhome
Paddock x . Located beyond the gardens is an enclosed grassed paddock with separate field gate access, providing an ideal enclosure for those wishing to keep livestock. There is also a well established larger than average Vegetable patch with a variety of raised beds, Chicken Coop and with run and Timber shed
Summer House x . The summerhouse is divided into three rooms with twin glazed doors opening to Summer Room - 12'10 x 9'1, there are two smaller rooms measuring 6'10 x 4'8 and 7'11 x 6'10 on with window looking out onto the gardens.