Occupying an elevated position this large, six bedroom country home enjoys far reaching views looking over open countryside with views to the sea. Situated on the edge of the popular village of Gwespyr adjoining a conservation area, the property which was originally constructed in the 19th century has been the recipient of many improvements including extensions to the original building. It now provides a surprisingly spacious family residence with the benefit of land adjoining and a useful range of outbuildings including stabling and an open barn. Suited to the equestrian buyer, the property benefits by way of double glazing and oil fired central heating. With a double garage and ample vehicular parking, the property is of charm and character. It combines the old with the new having the quintessential country farm house kitchen complete with AGA and a master bedroom with dressing room, ensuite and a further guest room with ensuite facility. The property is by no means remote and stands within 3 miles of the resort town of Prestatyn which boasts a large retail park, full array of shops and good education and recreational facilities. The coast is with 2 miles at Talacre beach and the A55 expressway is easily accessed at Caerwys and makes for commuting to all the North Wales coastal towns, Chester and the North West. Prestatyn boasts a mainline link to Euston London.
Open storm porch with a solid pine entrance door leading to;
REAR ENTRANCE HALL: 20′ 5" x 4′ 1" (6.23m x 1.26m) With oak flooring, two windows, power points.
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKS: 8′ 3" x 3′ 5" (2.54m x 1.06m) Having a low flush W.C and wash hand basin.
INNER LOBBY/CLOAKS AREA: 6′ 1" x 6′ 3" (1.86m x 1.92m) With radiator and oak flooring and window.
UTILITY ROOM: With plumbing for automatic washing machine and Belfast sink.
LIVING ROOM: 19′ 0" x 15′ 3" (5.81m x 4.67m) With a multi fuel villager stove set in an inglenook stone feature fireplace with heavily beamed over mantle and stone slabbed hearth, power points and twin aspect bay windows giving an outlook over the front and side of the property.
DINING ROOM: 16′ 0" x 9′ 9" (4.90m x 2.99m) With French doors leading onto a side garden and gravelled patio, contemporary style fire place with an electric, coal effect fire inset and power points.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 23′ 9" x 14′ 0" (7.26m x 4.28m) into bay With a fully fitted bespoke Tegla kitchen, custom made in a painted soft cream with a double Belfast sink, timbered and granite worktops, integrated oil fired 4 oven AGA range, matching fitted wall cupboards, built in Miele combination oven and Miele dishwasher. Solid Oak island peninsular unit with stainless steel sink, pan drawers, power points and integrated waste bin. Power points throughout, box bay window to the breakfast area with fitted window seat giving an aspect over the rear of the property.
Open archway into:
SITTING ROOM: 11′ 9" x 12′ 4" (3.59m x 3.78m) Having a Clearview multi stove fire fitted into an inglenook fire place with a beamed over mantle and slated hearth, power points and an outlook over the front of the property.
SIDE CONSERVATORY: 12′ 5" x 10′ 2" (3.79m x 3.11m) Having an aspect over the driveway with views towards the open countryside, tiled flooring, French doors leading onto the gravelled driveway and parking area with vaulted ceiling.
HALLWAY: With under stair store cupboard.
STUDY: 12′ 4" x 8′ 5" (3.77m x 2.58m) With a recessed alcove, formally a fireplace with beamed over mantle, radiator, power points and an outlook over the front of the property.
ENTRANCE PORCH: 4′ 4" x 3′ 11" (1.33m x 1.20m)
Stairs from the reception hall with a central landing leading to;
BEDROOM ONE: 12′ 6" x 11′ 10" (3.82m x 3.63m) Over looking the front of the property, walk in storage cupboard, double fitted wardrobe, power points and radiator.
BEDROOM TWO: 12′ 7" x 11′ 8" (3.84m x 3.58m) Having an outlook over the front of the property, open fitted wardrobe, radiator and power points.
Small flight of stairs lead to a further upper landing.
BEDROOM THREE: 13′ 6" x 12′ 0" (4.14m x 3.68m) With far reaching views looking over the adjoining fields, radiator and power points.
BEDROOM FOUR: 8′ 11" x 8′ 6" (2.73m x 2.60m) Having an outlook over the rear, radiator and power points.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 8′ 7" x 6′ 11" (2.62m x 2.12m) Having a four piece suite comprising claw foot bath, fully enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush W.C. Oak flooring, heated towel rail and window to the side.
LANDING: With integral book case and storage cupboard.
MASTER BEDROOM: 16′ 11" x 13′ 3" (5.16m x 4.05m) Having views over the side garden looking towards the Irish Sea and front, built in cupboard and shelving and power points.
WALK IN WARDROBE: 10′ 8" x 3′ 9" (3.26m x 1.15m)
ENSUITE: 10′ 5" x 7′ 9" (3.19m x 2.37m) Having a four piece suite in white comprising panelled bath, ‘his & hers’ wash basins, low flush W.C, built in linen store cupboard and wall mounted chrome heated towel rail and a window to the side.
GUEST BEDROOM: 15′ 3" x 11′ 10" (4.65m x 3.61m) Having a twin window aspect with an outlook over the rear and side, power points and loft hatch access.
ENSUITE: 7′ 7" x 2′ 7" (2.33m x 0.81m) With a pedestal wash hand basin and ow flush W.C.
OUTSIDE: Five bar gate entrance with a gravelled driveway leading to a vehicle turnaround and parking for several vehicles. Detached double garage with personal door to the rear power and light, stone slabbed paths adjoin the property with a secluded garden to the side with a gravelled patio area and views towards the sea from a raised seating area. External log store, lighting and boiler enclosure housing the oil fired central heating boiler. The driveway extends with wide access and a further five bar gate to a large L-shaped stable block about 300sqm, incorporating an open barn, 4 loose boxes, feed room and a tack room. The land adjoining the property is arranged with two stock proof fenced paddocks and extends to just over 1 acre.
DIRECTIONS: From the Prestatyn office proceed right along Meliden Road for about 1 mile and by the Nant Mill duck pond bear right towards Gronant. Proceed to the village of Gronant passing the Gronant Inn and up the hill to the cross roads and Gwespyr. Bear left at the cross roads and proceed for about half a mile. The property can be seen on the right hand side.
SERVCES: Main electricity, water and drainage are believed available or connected to the property and heating is by way of oil. All services and appliances not tested by the selling agent.