Post Office Lane
semi rural location
3 reception rooms
providing easy access to Chester
Liverpool and Manchester
*BACK AVAILABLE, NO LONGER SSTC*
HouseSimple is pleased to present this 3 bedroom Semi-detached House in pantasaph.
key features character property semi rural location private setting 3 reception rooms
elevated position outbuilding high ceilings beautifully presented
This charming semi-detached Villa is situated up and along a private lane, occupying a delightful and elevated semi-rural location in the sought after village of Pantasaph. Benefiting from stunning far reaching views towards the Clwydian range along with a picturesque aspect of St. David's church and its surrounding grounds. The property has been renovated to an exceptional high standard over the past 10 years, being beautifully presented throughout.
The property has three bedrooms, two being double and a shower room to the first floor. To the ground floor there is a large living room, kitchen leading to an open aspect dining room, bathroom and a lovely dual aspect day room. Outside, the garden wraps around the whole of the property. The property also affords off road parking for several vehicles.
Situation - Pantasaph is a quiet and unspoilt village nestled within the parish of what is locally known as the 'five villages'. The nearby town of Holywell also offers plenty of amenities; shops, supermarkets, leisure facilities and local schools along with Holywell golf course just a stone's throw away upon Brynford common. The property is also conveniently located to the A55 Expressway, providing easy access to Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, along with towns of the North Wales Coast.
On the ground floor an open wooden constructed slate pitched roof porch leads into;
The Kitchen. Dual aspect views to the garden and St David's church; tiled floor with built in Smeg dishwasher; providing space for large fridge freezer and washing machine.
Dining room. Solid oak flooring with Tiger log burner, two sash windows and half glazed bi-folding doors leading into:
Living room. Carpeted throughout, with a traditional open fireplace. Large double glazed feature bay window overlooking fields and the Clwydian range. Half glazed door leads into the hallway where you are greeted with an attractive turned spindle staircase and feature ornamental column radiator. The hallway leads into a welcoming day room, extended by the current owners.
Day room: Original solid half glazed door; wooden floor upon entering, column radiator, double glazed double doors lead into a private and mature garden. Further down, the light and airy extension is carpeted and benefits from dual aspect views with feature bay window, velux window and column radiator.
Bathroom: with slate tiled floor, cast iron ball and claw roll top bath, W.C. and wash basin.
To the first floor : there are three bedrooms and family shower room with power shower, W.C. and wash basin.
Bedroom 1: carpeted with panel radiator and working sash window. Large built in airing cupboard and loft entrance.
Bedroom 2: large double: Carpeted with panel radiator, two working sash windows and wall to wall sliding wardrobes.
Bedroom 3: master bedroom. Carpeted with Column radiator. Double glazed bay window with fantastic views across the Clwydian range and Moel Siabod on a clear day.
Through the wrought iron gate you enter into a private and well stocked mature garden with a stone built outbuilding and garden shed. The out building is currently used as a utility store containing the oil fired heating system, but could be converted into a home office. The Indian stone paving runs all the way around the property, incorporating side and front patio areas. The path continues to the bottom of the rear garden having the benefit of easy access into the fields and down to St David's Church.
Boasts a wealth of character and charm
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