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Bryn Awel, Picton


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This unique property is situated in the much sought after hamlet of Picton, 0.5 miles from the village school. A sizeable four bedroom traditional family home predominantly built of stone and brick enjoying open views looking over fields and far reaching coastal views. The neighbouring village of Penyffordd boasts a Primary School, shop and post office and the a548 coastal highway runs nearby and makes for ease of commuting to the neighbouring resort town of Prestatyn which is about 4 miles. The property has been much improved by its present owners and is arranged over three floors, providing accommodation which is well suited to the family buyer. No expense appears to have been spared in its refurbishment with double glazing, central heating and a sizeable garage. The gardens are mainly to the rear of the property and are lawned for ease of maintenance and ample parking is available for several vehicles. The property enjoys an open aspect to the side, rear and front and can be described as a ‘rare find’. The accommodation is ‘ready to walk into’ and comprises:


‘L’ SHAPED RECEPTION HALL: 15′ 3" x 9′ 6" maximum (4.65m x 2.91m) With a tongue and groove timber floor.

GROUND FLOOR CLOAKS: With a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., radiator and slate slabbed style flooring.

LIVING ROOM: 16′ 0" x 11′ 10" (4.88m x 3.63m) With a wood burning stove in an inglenook style feature fireplace with beamed over mantle, radiator, tongue and groove timber flooring, power points and an outlook over the rear gardens and fields beyond.

DINING ROOM: 15′ 3" x 11′ 10" (4.67m x 3.61m) Having a box bay window enjoying an open aspect looking towards the distant Wirral peninsular, tongue and groove timber flooring, radiator, power points and a solid stone open feature fireplace.

KITCHEN: 11′ 8" x 8′ 11" (3.58m x 2.72m) Having a range of Oak fronted units with matching fitted wall cupboards, cooking range with five ring ceramic hob and double oven and a filtered stainless steel canopy above, integrated dishwasher with matching front décor panel, power points, plumbing for automatic washing machine, slate slabbed flooring and a stable type door leading to the side of the property and rear gardens.


BEDROOM ONE: 15′ 2" to chimney breast x 11′ 7" (4.64m x 3.54m) With far reaching coastal views looking towards the Irish Sea, Wirral peninsular and beyond, Victorian cast iron feature fireplace, original timber flooring, radiator and power points.

BEDROOM TWO: 12′ 6" x 11′ 10" (3.82m x 3.61m) Overlooking the rear with rural views. Having power points and radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM: 11′ 10" x 8′ 10" (3.63m x 2.70m) Having a four piece suite comprising large corner air bath, low flush w.c., bidet and pedestal wash hand basin.


BEDROOM THREE: 15′ 8" x 13′ 8" (4.79m x 4.19m) With two velux ceiling lights providing a splendid panorama looking towards the Wirral, Liverpool Bay and beyond, radiator and power points.

BEDROOM FOUR: 9′ 1" x 7′ 6" (2.78m x 2.30m) Presently used as a study. Having a velux ceiling light, radiator and rural views.

SHOWER ROOM: 7′ 6" x 6′ 2" (2.30m x 1.88m) Having a three piece suite in white comprising low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle with a direct hot water electric shower and velux window.

OUTSIDE: To the front of the property is a small forecourt front garden. To the side of the property is a wide driveway with an inner gated entrance providing ample off road parking. There is a large paved patio area, lawned area, substantial garage and workshop area.

DIRECTIONS: From the Prestatyn office bear right onto Meliden Road proceed over the top of the High Street onto Gronant Road and continue past the Nant Mill duck pond onto the main coastal highway turning right at the Nant Hall Hotel. Proceed for about three miles through the village of Lower Gronant after the Lobitos tyre garage proceed to the mini roundabout and continue across towards the village of Ffynnongroyw. After about half a mile bear right after Lloyds caravans onto Treetops Hill and proceed up the hill past the well know Treetops caravan park bearing first left onto Picton Lane continue to the Ysgol Cymraeg Mornant bearing left onto Picton Road and continue for about three quarters of a mile where the property can be seen on the right hand side.

SERVICES: Mains electric and water are believed available or connected to the property. Heating is by way of oil. Drainage is to a private sewage plant.


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