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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms


  • ** rare opportunity to buy this unique family home **
  • Two separate reception rooms
  • Large marster bedroom with balcony
  • Rear views over farmland & A large conservatory
  • Underfloor heatng in bathroom
  • Large manicured gardens
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Log burning stove
  • Internal double garage & cloakroom
  • Free & open 7 days a week in-house independent Mortgage Advice call Steve @LoveMortgages

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Looking for a unique double fronted family home sitting on a large & well-established plot, offering three double beds, a balcony & en-suite, there’s a lounge, a separate sitting room, log burner, conservatory, even a wooden chalet summer house & all close to Mold……..this really is the NewHome4U

Come to our office for free Independent mortgage advice open 7 days a week or just email or even ‘call': Do you like the photos? Well maybe you would you like to view this home personally because, one of the best things about NewHome4U is, we open 7 days a week and we’re physically in the office 4U just so that you can view, ‘’like no other estate agent in Mold’

** please note - you can change the inside around, update kitchen's or bathrooms, even possibly extend but if you miss this opportunity to buy now, then you may have to wait another 30 years before A home 'like this' becomes available again **

One of the last homes in Mold as you leave on the Gwernaffield Road thus having open views, making it even more of a memorable home. This is a home that has been here for generations and seems intent on remaining.

A deep hedge separates the garden from the road, where a broad gateway adjoins the drive leading up to the integral double garage, past the thick hedge to one side. In front of the home is a large lawn with various mature trees adding to the air of permanence.

The lawn continues round the far side of the home towards the chalet summer house with its charming views over the rear garden. Fully equipped with light and power there is always the danger that older children will want to move in here but then again at least they are safe, so where’s the problem?

A flat roofed porch stands in the nook beside the lounge and provides protection for the fully glazed front door. It also gives space for hanging coats and so on, saving room in the hall as if that were necessary. The inner hall features attractive and practical quarry floor tiles and is where the stairs rise to the upper floor. Beneath the stairs we find all the electric fuse boxes, or whatever they’re called these days.

To the left of the hall is the main lounge, a large and very stylish room with a bay window to the front and a set of French doors overlooking the rear garden opposite this. The centre of the outer wall holds a stylised fireplace in chequered tiling, wherein sits a living flame gas fire. Although lacking the character of a real fire; anything that makes a room like this easier to keep clean is worthy of consideration.

The French doors open onto a delightful sitting area laid to crushed gravel and providing a lovely spot for leisurely al fresco dining. The privacy is total, with the nearest house being several hundred yards distant so there is no real need to mind your table manners.

To the rear of the integral garage is a door into a cloakroom with hand basin and lavatory which will always come in handy, preventing BBQ guests trailing all the way upstairs to use the facilities.
The other side of the hall leads into the secondary sitting room. Smaller than the lounge and with its bay window, ceramic floor and log burning stove, this is a room that speaks of country living and is only missing a brace of Labradors to complete the picture.

To the rear of the room a glazed door takes us into the huge conservatory with its lovely and highly individually patterned ceramic tiled floor. In order to guarantee year round usage of this versatile space it has been equipped with a large radiator, part of the main central heating system giving, in effect, a third reception room.

In the corner of the sitting room is what I can only describe as a Hobbitt door. Completely normal until head height it then describes a semicircle becoming a very attractive and charming feature and through which, up a small step we find the kitchen.

This is a very deceptive room, initially seeming quite small owing to its galley style layout. However closer examination reveals how big it really is, housing a fitted banquet arrangement at one end for casual dining before we even enter the kitchen, . Fitted units and work tops line either side making a very efficient working environment and housing a massive range style gas cooker, easily able to feed the ravening hoards that such a family home is sure to attract.

At the far end of the kitchen lies the utility room housing the tall fridge freezer and all the other noisier appliances that have no place in a civilized kitchen. There is also a back door in here allowing access to the side garden.

Moving back indoors and up the stairs, the first door we come to is the family bathroom. In common with much of the ground floor this has a solid ceramic floor and contrasting wall tiles to full height. The suite itself comprises a pedestal hand basin, low level flush lavatory and a bath with centre-fill mixer taps and a hand held shower attachment.

Moving towards the front of the home brings us to the first of the bedrooms. Overlooking the front garden and its mature trees this is an adequately sized double room, giving space for various free standing items of furniture along with the bed. The room also features, as do all the upstairs rooms, a heavy bare wooden door which adds to the innate feeling of security that fills this home.

Across the landing from here and also facing the front is the second bedroom. This room is big. Indeed, it’s so big that one corner has been partitioned off in preparation for the fitting of an en-suite. This has yet to be completed but all the plumbing is already in situ, the current owners having decided that an incoming purchaser may have different ideas to their own or may possibly wish to remove what has been done, so they have left the choice to them.

At the far end of the landing is the master bedroom and this is aptly named. More ceramic tiles cover the floor and to the rear a set of French doors open onto its own balcony overlooking the rear garden and distant fields. Another large picture window overlooks the front garden, ensuring light during both mornings and evenings. The room is big enough to accommodate the double bed with its two bedside cabinets, two occasional chairs, a free standing full length mirror, large chest of drawers, full sized dressing table and vanity unit, along with a vast free standing wardrobe

All of this in the bedroom is before we come to the area taken up by the en-suite with, wait for it, a heated floor. In the bbc sitcom, Steptoe and Son, Harold Steptoe once said that ’On a winter’s morning, Heaven is hot socks’, well I would go one further; rather than just your socks, how about the whole floor? Sounds like heated luxury to me.

** we must point out that none of this furniture mentioned is included in the sale **

Front Of Home:

Lounge: (6.20 x 3.36 (20'4" x 11'0"))

Sitting Room: (4.85 x 3.02 (15'10" x 9'10"))

Kitchen: (5.71 x 2.06 (18'8" x 6'9"))


Utility: (2.16 x 3.40 (7'1" x 11'1"))

Conservatory: (3.60 x 4.02 (11'9" x 13'2"))


Master Bedroom: (6.19 x 4.46 (20'3" x 14'7"))

En-Suite: (1.76 x 2.25 (5'9" x 7'4"))

Bedroom Two: (5.11 x 3.36 (16'9" x 11'0"))

Bedroom Three: (2.72 x 3.04 (8'11" x 9'11"))

Family Bathroom: (2.01 x 3.04 (6'7" x 9'11"))

Garage: (5.08 x 4.46 (16'7" x 14'7"))

Outside Of Home:

Useful information:

Council tax band: F (Flintshire)
electric & gas bills: £150pm (based on present owners usage)
water bill: £60pm (based on present owners usage)

Photos are taken with a wide angle camera so please look at the 3D & 2D floor plans for approximate room sizes as we don’t want you turning up at the home and being disappointed, courtesy of

All in all this is a rather special home. Although not the most modern, you can update the inside – but you can’t build a home like this today. It exudes a charm dating from when homes were not afraid to make a statement and more importantly were built to a standard, rather than built down to a price. It is a home in which to feel safe and cosseted and offers a versatility in its accommodation that would cater for the needs of virtually any combination of family needs. When we couple this with its location, moments away from the town centre yet with outstanding views over open countryside, it becomes all things to all men. Or women obviously…

Now, ‘unlike most other estate agents’, we actually open 7 days a week and are physically in the office 4U so that you can view this home when you want - but please respect the owners wishes, as they would yours and call us as we accompany every viewing – call Remember to check out our genuine 5 ***** star google reviews that have been added by ‘real people like yourself’ – If you like us, invite us round to value your home, it won’t cost you a penny and we have over 30 years’ experience in the industry to get you the best and most realistic price for your home – so we can tell you exactly what your home is worth today!

Free 'Independent mortgage advice' - We open 7 days A week so come to our office for a cup of coffee and chat to Beth from love mortgages or just email or 'call': Are you thinking of selling your property – try NewHome4U – why?
1. We give you professional photos (not me with a camera!)
2. We are physically in the office 7 days A week & with the
3. Friendliest staff – so POP in for A cuppa and see
4. Premium listings on rightmove @ no extra charge
5. Featured property @ no extra charge
6. Free aerial drone video @ no extra charge (caa dependent)
7. Energy performance certificate only cost you £45!
8. Highest google rated agent in mold (& surrounding areas)
(if these aren’t reasons enough to sell with NewHome4U, then you’re right, there are other agents out there who I think may be better for you ? )

1. Money laundering regulations: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact NewHome4U Ltd and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
5. Misrepresentation act 1967: These particulars are issued in good faith but do not constitute representations of fact or form part of any offer or contract. The matters referred to in these particulars should be independently verified by prospective buyers. Neither NEWHOME4U Ltd nor any of its employees or agents has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property!
Unauthorised copy of these sales particulares or photographs will result in prosecution – please ask NEWHOME4U ltd for permission as we own the rights!

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Local Amenities

  • Buckley 3.9 miles
  • Penyffordd 4.4 miles
  • Ysgol Bryn Gwalia C.P. 0.3 miles
  • Ysgol Bryn Coch C.P. 0.5 miles

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  • Buckley 3.9 miles
  • Penyffordd 4.4 miles
  • Ysgol Bryn Gwalia C.P. 0.3 miles
  • Ysgol Bryn Coch C.P. 0.5 miles

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29th Jan 2020 £399,995 First listed
16th Oct 2000 £145,000 Last sold

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