Step inside this superbly restored former farmhouse and the first thing you notice is how incredibly spacious it is.

Tyddyn Ucha Farm, near Mold, Flintshire, north Wales, occupies an extremely private and peaceful setting and comes with ancillary accommodation and land.

Set well back from the lane, the property is approached via a long drive which leads to a parking and turning area under the south front.

The farmhouse is built of stone, part rendered under a slate roof with high brick chimney stacks and over the last 20 years or so has been comprehensively renovated by the present owners.

Beautifully presented over two floors, the property has the added benefit of a self-contained first floor apartment which would be ideal for extended family or dependent relatives. Alternatively, it offers great letting potential.

While the farmhouse has been extensively modernised it has retained plenty of character with decorative fireplaces, hardwood windows and pitch pine door architraves and skirtings.

Off the hall there is a study and sitting room, each having a fireplace, while the drawing room has a dining area which opens out to a further seating area also with a fireplace.

A family room connects with a magnificent kitchen fitted with an extensive range of maple wall and base units with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances. The dishwasher, microwave, fridge and waste disposal unit were all renewed in 2014.

Completing the ground floor layout is a rear hall with a utility, cloakroom and separate toilet.

Upstairs there is an upgraded family bathroom with underfloor heating, a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and upgraded en-suite facilities and three further double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes.

Attached to the side of the house and accessed from the family room is a garden room with stairs to the self-contained apartment. This comprises a large lounge with far reaching views, a fitted kitchen, a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom.

Tyddyn Ucha Farm is on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty just outside the village of Gwernaffield and within two miles of the market town of Mold. The property occupies an elevated position with panoramic views towards the town and across the surrounding countryside.

The farmhouse comes with approximately 2.1 acres and includes a double garage, an orchard, landscaped gardens, an outbuilding for storage and a small paddock. The remainder of the land, approximately 6.5 acres, is available by separate negotiation and would be suitable for grazing horses or livestock.


AGENT: Jackson-Stops & Staff

TEL: 01244 328361


GUIDE PRICE: £725,000