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Treuddyn, Mold, Flintshire, CH7

Guide price £1,100,000

5 Beds 5 Baths 4 Receptions

REF: CHR220026

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Charming former farmhouse providing family accommodation.
  • Pair of self contained cottages, ideally suited to letting or ancillary accommodation.
  • Peaceful location surrounded by its own land.
  • Suiatble for equestrian use, with good grazing and buildings which could accommodate stabling.
  • Convenient for travel, being commutable to all major areas throughout north west.

THE PROPERTY

A SPACIOUS FORMER FARMHOUSE WITH PAIR OF SELF CONTAINED COTTAGES AND OUTBUILDINGS, OCCUPYING A PEACEFUL AND HIGHLY ACCESSIBLE LOCATION, SURROUNDED BY ITS OWN LAND. ACCOMMODATION IN BRIEF. GROUND FLOOR - Entrance Hall - Kitchen/Breakfast Room - Dining Room - Sitting Room - Drawing Room - Study - Utility FIRST FLOOR - Master Bedroom with ensuite Bathroom - Bedroom 2 with en-suite Bathroom - Bedroom 3 with en-suite Shower Room - 2 Further Bedrooms - Family Bathroom GRANARY COTTAGE - Kitchen - Sitting Room - 2 Bedrooms - Family Bathroom STABLE COTTAGE - Sitting Room - Kitchen - Double Bedroom - Family Bathroom OUTSIDE - Large Parking & Turning Area - Lawned Side & Rear Gardens - Two Private Terraces/Seating Area - Planning Permission for Indoor Swimming Pool - Orchard - Modern Farm Building with light & power - Former Pigsty - Paddock Land - In all about 11.71 acres (4.73 ha) LOCATION Tyn y Coed Farm occupies an elevated position on the edge of Treuddyn village benefiting from a private position with pleasant rural aspect. Treuddyn is within walking distance and offers a village hall, playing field, primary school, bowling green and an attractive church. For a more comprehensive range of services, Mold is 4.5 miles distant offering a high street banks, retailers, supermarkets and recreational facilities. Beyond Mold the A55 allows for ease of access along the North Wales coast and beyond to Chester where the expressway connects with the M53 and M56 motorways. Both Liverpool and Manchester are within daily travelling distance and served by international airports. For travel to London there is a rail service from Chester station via Crewe to Euston. On the educational front and in addition to the primary school in the village there are state, primary and secondary schools in Mold and for those seeking private education there is Myddelton College in Denbigh, Fairholme at St Asaph, Ruthin School and the King's & Queen's Schools in Chester which operate a bus service locally. For those seeking outdoor pursuits there is extensive walking along the Clwydian Range and multiple golf courses locally including Mold & Padeswood. For the equestrian enthusiasts there is horse racing at Chester and Bangor-on-Dee and hunting is with the Flint & Denbigh. COMMUNICATIONS For travel, the property occupies an enviable position, being within easy commuting distance of Chester and Liverpool with the A55 linking with the M53 and also the M56 for access across Cheshire to Manchester and the M6. For travel to London there is a 2 hour inter-city rail service from Chester to Euston via Crewe, and Liverpool and Manchester are both served with international airports. DESCRIPTION THE FARMHOUSE Tyn y Coed Farm is an attractive farmhouse constructed for the most part of stone with later additions under a slate roof. From the courtyard a set of double doors open into a wide entrance hall off which the majority of ground floor rooms are accessed having oak strip flooring throughout, exposed beam and open fireplace behind which is the main staircase. To the left of the entrance hall is the dining room which gives access to the kitchen, utility and study. The dining room was previously the kitchen to the original farmhouse having a large inglenook fireplace with wooden beam above. To the far end of the room, a door leads into the study which could be used as a smaller sitting room having dual aspect, fitted shelving, exposed beams & timbers and open fireplace on a stone slab hearth with wooden mantlepiece. The study also houses the back stairs. The kitchen which is accessed off the entrance hall is a well proportioned room with wooden beams and stone flooring throughout. The kitchen is fitted with oak wall and base units under granite tops, having two island units, one being fixed and the other on wheels. Within the fitted units is a 1½ bowl sink with drainer, integrated Kenwood dishwasher and a two plate Oil fired Aga with integrated electric oven attached all within a tiled recess. At one end of the kitchen is a breakfast area with double doors opening onto a seating area which takes full advantage of the afternoon and evening sun, being south facing and at the opposite end of the room is the utility which has fitted base units with stainless steel sink unit, cupboards, plumbing for washing machine/tumble dryer and door to garden. To the right of the entrance hall is the drawing room which is an elegant room with feature window and bench seat overlooking the courtyard, exposed beams and feature fireplace housing a gas fire on a stone slab hearth & stone surround. Adjacent to the staircase and at the end of the entrance hall is the sitting room which is a light and airy room having triple aspect and six sets of French doors to the garden. The sitting room also has the benefit of under floor heating which is linked to the planning permission for the indoor swimming pool in the rear garden and it also has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom with tiled floor, part tiled walls, tiled shower cubicle, low flush w.c. and built-in hand basin. From the hall a shallow staircase leads to the landing which splits left and right. To the left is a linen cupboard and further cupboard before accessing Bedroom 3 which is a large double room with dual aspect and pine boarded floor which continues into the en-suite. The bathroom contains part tiled walls, Gela pedestal hand basin, heated towel rail, low flush w.c. and integrated bath with shower fittings. To the right of the landing is Bedroom 1 which has wardrobes immediately on your righthand side opens into a spacious double room with triple aspect, Juliet balcony and vaulted ceiling. The en-suite bathroom has a pedestal hand basin with tiled splashbacks, low flush w.c, integrated bath with tiled surround and shower fittings. Beyond the master suite is Bedroom 2 and the rear landing. Bedroom 2 offers a double room overlooking the rear garden with steps leading to a small dressing area with bank of wardrobes before leading into an en-suite shower room, containing low flush w.c, heated towel rail with medicine cupboard above, tiled shower cubicle and pedestal hand basin. Off the rear landing are 2 further bedrooms, both being double rooms and the family bathroom which has tiled floor, built-in Jacuzzi bath with tiled surround, Gala low flush w.c, Gala pedestal hand basin with mirror fronted medicine cupboard and heated towel rail. GRANARY & STABLE COTTAGE Granary & Stable Cottage are constructed of stone under slate roofs with Granary Cottage being arranged over two storey's and Stable Cottage over one. Both cottages were converted during 2017/18 and at present, Granary Cottage is used as ancillary accommodation to the main house having 2 bedrooms and Stable Cottage being the smaller 1 bedroom unit is used as a holiday let, bringing in a useful rental income. There is potential, subject to planning permission, for the two cottages to be converted into one larger 3/4 bedroom unit which could be used to create a healthier rental income or indeed for multigenerational living. The front door to Granary Cottage opens into the kitchen which has fitted wall and base units with breakfast bar and tiled floor incorporating a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, 4 ring Zanussi electric hob & extractor, Zanussi electric oven, Beko fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher and plumbing for washing machine. The kitchen extends into the sitting room having tv/internet connection and off which is a turned staircase and double French doors to garden. At first floor level there are 2 double bedrooms, one of which being used as a dressing room, both having vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. The family bathroom serves both bedrooms and contains tiled floor & walls, integrated bath with Mira showering fittings, heated towel rail, built-in hand basin and low flush w.c. Stable Cottage is also accessed off the courtyard through a stable door and opens into the sitting room with vaulted ceiling and dual aspect. The sitting room contains a small range of fitted base units with plumbing for washing machine and 2 free standing fridges with ceramic wood effect floor beneath which extends into the kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen contains fitted, painted wall and base units under oak work tops with stainless steel sink with drainer, 4 ring Logik electric hob, Logik electric oven and opens into both the bathroom and bedroom. The bedroom is a spacious double room with modern style timbers, useful loft space and separate door to courtyard. The bathroom contains Roca sanitaryware with low flush w.c, pedestal hand basin and tiled shower cubicle. OUTSIDE Tyn y Coed Farm occupies an extremely private position being surrounded by its own land and enjoying pleasant rural aspects beyond. From the lane a wide splayed entrance leads onto the drive which is enclosed by post and rail fencing to either side. The drive continues and opens onto a wide tarmacadam parking and turning area for the main farmhouse and both cottages. Upon entering the courtyard immediate on the right-hand side is a single storey stone store which adjoins a orchard now containing a large lawned garden and seating area which is often used by any guests staying in Stable Cottage. Between the lawned area and the cottages the courtyard extends around to the modern farm building (60' x 30' approx) having light and power, which could be used for multiple purposes, be it an extensive garage or large workshop. The building would also be suitable to accommodate stables which would support use of the land for equestrian purposes. To the left and rear of the courtyard is the formal gardens to the farmhouse comprising a large lawned area to the rear enclosed by yew hedging and flower beds. The side garden comprises a lawned area with stone slab pathway against the house leading from the courtyard, to the utility door and extends further to a seating area, off the kitchen, which offers a private and well orientated space taking in the afternoon and evening sun. To the rear of the house, against the west elevation is another raised seating area with access from the sitting room, again offering a sheltered space which also has the benefit of planning permission for an indoor swimming pool with the heating system already in place courtesy of the underfloor heating in the sitting room. Beyond the rear garden a pathway leads back around the rear of the cottages to the modern farm building from which there is a 5 bar gate to the northerly fields, backing onto the lane and wrapping back around to the drive. The paddock land is divided into 4 enclosures, all being accessible through one another with the two fields against the drive having road access. PROPERTY INFORMATION Address: Tyn y Coed Farm, Ffordd Yr Odyn, Treuddyn, Nr Mold, Flintshire, CH7 4BJ. Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession. Services: Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil central heating. Telephone lines and broadband connection. EPC: Tyn y Coed Farm - Rating F. Stable Cottage - Rating D. Granary Cottage - Rating C. Local Authority: Flintshire County Council. Tel: 01352 752121. Council Tax: Tax Band H - £3,630.66 payable 2022/23. Third Party Rights: The property is sold subject to all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, public or private whether specifically mentioned or not. It should be noted that there is a public footpath over the initial length of the drive which then leads diagonally across the field to the south of the property.