Walwen Lane, Axton, Holywell


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DESCRIPTION This detached country house occupies an idyllic rural position and stands within the hamlet of Axton which is in the parish of Llanasa, and is about three miles from the coast at Prestatyn. It enjoys far reaching views looking over rolling fields towards Snowdonia and Moel Famau, and is set within a conservation area and stands in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is offered with land which totals approximately four acres. It is secluded and private with extensive gardens adjoining and a large detached double garage facility. The property is well presented and tastefully decorated and displays every modern refinement with double glazing, a master bedroom with en-suite and a large farm house style country kitchen with breakfast area. Having a large conservatory the property is unique and traditionally constructed in a modern style with gas fired central heating, double glazing and is suited to family occupation. The A55 Expressway is easily accessed at junction 31 and is within two miles, which makes for ease of commuting to Chester and the motorway network beyond. All the North Wales coastal towns are easily accessed. The property has a good choice of primary schools near by, both English and Welsh and senior schools are available in the neighbouring towns of Prestatyn and Holywell. The property is ready to walk into and its accommodation comprises;-

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 4′ 2" x 3′ 6" (1.28m x 1.09m) With a quarry tiled floor leading to:-

AN IMPRESSIVE RECEPTION HALL 12′ 10" x 9′ 7" (3.93m x 2.93m) With mahogany parquet flooring, under stairs storage cupboard, power points and window to the front elevation.

CLOAKROOM 5′ 3" x 3′ 10" (1.61m x 1.18m) With a low flush w.c., wash hand basin, radiator, ceramic tiled floor and part tiled walls.

LOUNGE 21′ 9" x 12′ 9" (6.63m x 3.90m) With a stone feature fireplace with a beamed over mantel housing a open fire with dog grate and Welsh slate hearth, box bay window with window seat overlooking the front of the property, exposed painted beam ceiling, double panelled radiator, a second box bay window providing a splendid panorama looking over the long sweeping driveway towards the rolling fields and Moel Famau beyond. Double doors lead onto:-

A LARGE CONSERVATORY 14′ 0" x 12′ 2" (4.29m x 3.71m) With a tiled floor, power points, overlooking a carp pool and water feature with two small cascading waterfalls, ‘French’ doors lead onto a decked patio with inset lighting and further York stone paved patio area.

Double doors from the Lounge give access to:-

DINING ROOM 14′ 0" x 10′ 2" (4.27m x 3.10m) Overlooking the rear patio, double panelled radiator, power points and door giving access to the hallway.

FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM 26′ 0" x 14′ 0" (7.95m x 4.29m) maximum. With a wealth of solid Oak fronted units with a stainless steel sink top unit, matching fitted wall cupboards with part glazed display cabinets, integrated oven with four ring hob and extractor hood over, tiled splash backs, integrated dishwasher and refrigerator with matching front décor panel, ceramic floors to the kitchen/dining area and carpet flooring to the sitting area, four windows giving an aspect to front, sides and rear elevations.

UTILITY ROOM/REAR VESTIBULE 7′ 4" x 4′ 10" (2.24m x 1.49m) With a ‘Belfast’ sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, power points, void for freezer, wall mounted ‘Potterton’ liquid propane gas boiler supplying the radiators and domestic hot water, ceramic tiled floor and access to the rear garden and patio.

Stairs from the Entrance Hall with a timber balustrade leading to the First Floor Accommodation and:-

GALLERIED STYLE LANDING 3.44 17′ 10" x 9′ 7" (5.44m x 2.94m) average measurement With an aspect over the front of the property, radiator, power points and storage cupboard.

MASTER BEDROOM 11′ 11" x 11′ 8" (3.65m x 3.57m) With an outlook over the front of the property, radiator, power points and storage area.

ENSUITE 7′ 7" x 4′ 11" (2.32m x 1.50m) With a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., shower cubicle housing a ‘Mira’ shower, inset spotlighting and laminated flooring.

BEDROOM TWO 12′ 11" x 10′ 2" (3.94m x 3.12m) With radiator, power points and window to the rear with views over the secluded garden, Snowdonia mountains and beyond.

BEDROOM THREE 12′ 9" x 10′ 2" (3.91m x 3.12m) With a twin window aspect enjoying far reaching rural views of Moel Famau and Snowdonia mountains, radiator and power points.

BEDROOM FOUR 11′ 1" x 9′ 5" (3.39m x 2.88m) With radiator, power points and twin window aspect with far reaching views towards Moel Famau.

FAMILY BATHROOM 9′ 11" x 8′ 1" (3.04m x 2.48m) With a four piece suite in white comprising bath, bidet, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, radiator and part tiled walls.

OUTSIDE The property is approached via a ‘Thames’ pebbled driveway with vehicular parking to the front of the property which is bounded by high ‘Hawthorn’ hedging affording privacy with a lawned area. The driveway extends around the side of the property through a small wooded area adjoining the ‘carp’ pool to a further gravelled parking area fronting the DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE with power and light and side personnel door, a timber constructed GARDEN STORE, liquid propane gas storage tank, outside security lighting, large ‘York’ stone slabbed patio, a clematis arch and walled water feature with and adjoining illuminated decked patio which overlooks a cascading waterfall. The gardens are laid to lawn for ease of maintenance with a large paddock totalling approximately four acres. The gardens enjoy privacy and adjoin total open countryside with extensive views.

SERVICES Mains electric and water are believed available or connected with heating by way of liquid propane gas and drainage is to a septic tank. All services and appliances are not tested by the Selling Agent.

DIRECTIONS From the Prestatyn office proceed left through the village of Meliden for about two miles turning left at the traffic lights into the village of Dyserth, continue up Waterfall Road to the next set of traffic lights and turn left onto the High Street, continue out of Dyserth and through the village of Trelawnyd and soon after leaving the village, passing ‘Jackson’s’ nurseries take the first turning on the left signposted Walwen, where you will see a ‘For Sale’ sign, and take the next left where the property will be seen immediately on the left hand side by way of a ‘For Sale’ sign.


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