DESCRIPTION This detached house occupies a much sought after location, standing in the hamlet of Marian, it adjoins open country and stands in secluded gardens which include an established orchard. The property is not remote, and is within four miles of junction 31 on the A55 expressway, which makes for ease of commuting to Chester, about twenty five miles and all the North Wales coastal towns. Prestatyn is easily accessed with its major shops and retail park, and is within three miles. Traditionally constructed with hardwood doors, stairs and balastrade the property is ideal for joint occupation as it has a separate annex which offers three bedrooms and is ideal for holiday lets. The main accommodation is in need of some cosmetic improvement and benefits by way of double glazing and liquid propane gas central heating, the annex offers a separate boiler facility and a separate electric supply. The property is a rare find and provides an opportunity for the discerning buyer to acquire a distinctive individual country home which is need of some refurbishment. It stands in a quiet position off the main highway, on a secluded lane and offers ample vehicular parking suitable for a caravan or motor home.
Timber and part glazed door gives access into:-
RECEPTION HALL With two radiators, window to the side and under stairs store.
CONSERVATORY 12′ 0" x 10′ 5" (3.66m x 3.20m) With a quarry tiled floor, double panelled radiator, ‘French’ door leading on to the paved rear patio and established mature orchard.
CLOAKROOM 67′ 10" x 2′ 9" (20.7m x 0.85m) With a low flush symphonic w.c, wash hand basin and radiator.
DINING ROOM 13′ 8" x 6′ 6" (4.19m x 2.m) With radiator, power points, outlook over the front, glazed double doors and a further single glazed door onto the Hallway.
KITCHEN 14′ 11" x 10′ 7" (4.55m x 3.23m) With a range of Oak fronted units incorporating a one and a quarter sink unit with base cupboards and fitted wall cupboards with corner display shelving, outlook over the front, power points, part beamed ceiling, double panelled radiator and ceramic tiled floor.
UTILITY ROOM 10′ 6" x 6′ 9" (3.21m x 2.08m) Having a stainless steel top sink unit, ceramic tiled floor, plumbing for automatic washing machine, wall mounted liquid propane gas central heating boiler supplying the radiators and domestic hot water to the main dwelling, door giving access to the rear.
CLOAKROOM 6′ 9" x 2′ 9" (2.07m x 0.86m) Having a low flush w.c. and radiator.
SITTING ROOM 16′ 7" x 10′ 9" (5.07m x 3.28m) With tongue and groove timber flooring, log burning stove on a raised stone slab plinth set into a recessed feature brick fireplace, outlook over the front and side of the property .
LOUNGE 22′ 2" x 9′ 4" (6.76m x 2.85m) With a real flame coal effect fitted gas fire in a ‘Victorian’ style feature fireplace with tiled hearth, radiator, laminated flooring, outlook over the front and rear.
Stairs from the Reception Hall with a quarter landing and timber balustrade lead to the
MAIN LANDING With access to roof space, large airing cupboard with a factory lagged immersion heater cylinder and linen storage shelves.
MASTER BEDROOM 13′ 11" x 9′ 8" (4.25m x 2.96m) With radiator, power points and outlook over the front.
ENSUITE BATHROOM 8′ 3" x 5′ 8" (2.54m x 1.73m) Having a three piece suite with shower over bath, pedestal wash basin, low flush w.c., radiator and part tiled walls.
BEDROOM TWO 11′ 8" x 10′ 11" (3.56m x 3.35m) With power points, radiator, outlook over the front and side of the property.
BEDROOM THREE 10′ 9" x 9′ 3" (3.29m x 2.83 m) With radiator, power points, outlook over the rear orchard with views towards the neighbouring fields and hillside.
BEDROOM FOUR 12′ 0" x 7′ 5" (3.68m x 2.27m) With radiator, power points and walk-in wardrobe with built-in shelving and hanging rail.
BATHROOM 10′ 11" x 8′ 3" (3.33m x 2.54m) Having a six piece suite with a his and hers wash basin set into vanity unit, bidet, low flush w.c., panelled bath and shower cubicle.
Double glazed entrance door leading into:-
RECEPTION HALL 12′ 11" x 5′ 11" (3.96m x 1.82m) With laminated flooring and radiator.
KITCHEN/DINER 22′ 7" x 9′ 1" (6.90m x 2.79m) Having a range of Maple style fronted units comprising stainless steel top sink unit with base cupboards, built-in oven and eye level grill, four ring gas hob with extractor hood over, matching fitted wall cupboards, radiators, laminated flooring, power points, ‘French’ door leading onto a secluded patio garden.
GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM 16′ 3" x 12′ 4" (4.97m x 3.78m) With radiator, power points, outlook over the front of the property and a useful storage cupboard housing a wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler.
ENSUITE 6′ 1" x 5′ 6" (1.86m x 1.70m) With shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c.
Stairs from the Reception Hall lead to the First Floor Accommodation and Landing.
BEDROOM TWO 20′ 6" x 10′ 9" (6.25m x 3.28m) With an outlook over the front and rear, two double panelled radiator and power points.
ENSUTIE 10′ 11" x 8′ 3" (3.33m x 2.53m) With a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., shower cubicle housing a ‘Gainsborough’ electric shower. Door leads into:-
BEDROOM THREE 9′ 1" x 8′ 3" (2.79m x 2.53m) With radiator, power points and outlook over the rear.
OUTSIDE The property is approached over a private lane with a gravelled driveway leading to a vehicular turning area and ample parking suitable for a boat, caravan or motor home. The gardens to the front are matured surrounded by high trees and hedges with brick paved pedestrian pathway to the front entrance area. The gardens to the rear mainly consist of an established matured orchard with fruit bearing trees, secluded and adjoin open countryside, large paved patio to the rear, liquid propane gas storage tank situated to the corner of the orchard area.
SERVICES Mains electric and water are believed available or connected with drainage by way of a septic tank and heating by way of propane gas with the Annexe on a separate boiler and electric supply.
DIRECTIONS Proceed from the Prestatyn office turn right onto Meliden Road and at the traffic lights turn left onto Fforddlas and continue up the Hillside, through the village of Gwaenysgor to the crossroads and continue straight across and proceed to the T-junction and turn left into Trelawnyd, take the first turning left as one leaves the village towards Trelogan. Continue for about half a mile and the board will be seen at the entrance to the lane, proceed along the lane and the property will be found on the right.