Savills | Hafod Road, Gwernymynydd, Mold, CH7 5JS | Property for sale
1,813 sq ft(168.43 sq m)
Excess of £650,000

Hafod RoadGwernymynydd, Mold, CH7 5JS

    Key features

    • Semi-rural location with wonderful views
    • Versatile and well-proportioned accommodation throughout
    • Garage and plenty of driveway parking
    • Private gardens and land (total area: about 3.66 acres)
    • Conveniently situated for access to local amenities and the major road networks

    A detached family home in an elevated position, with land and far-reaching views.

    About this property

    • The Old Stables is set in its own grounds of approximately 3.66 acres. Its elevated position offers an uninterrupted panorama across the Alyn Valley and beyond.

      This spacious family home has been sympathetically extended over time and still retains many period features.

      The property is approached via a long drive which leads to a large turning circle and parking area.

      The ground floor accommodation comprises a large entrance porch, three reception rooms, a breakfast kitchen and a garage.

      On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, one en suite and a family bathroom.

      Externally there are landscaped, walled gardens with a greenhouse and orchard.

    The views from The Old Stables are spectacular - it must be wonderful to watch the seasons change throughout the year.

    Charlie KannreutherProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Old Stables is positioned just outside Gwernymynydd and is around 2 miles from the centre of Mold, a thriving traditional market town with an excellent range of retail, educational and commercial services as well as the renowned Theatre Clwyd.
    • The property is well situated for many leisure activities such as walking and riding at Offa's Dyke and Moel Famau, fishing, and Snowdonia National Park is also about an hour from the property.
    • Despite its semi-rural location, The Old Stables is only approximately 6 miles from the A55 Expressway with its transport links to the North Wales Coast, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.
    • The commercial centre of Chester is approximately 15 miles away, which provides a superb range of shopping and leisure facilities and some excellent schools including Kings and Queens. Chester also gives access to the motorway network providing a link to other North West and Midlands conurbations and to Liverpool and Manchester airports.
    • People commute daily from the area to Liverpool (about 25 miles) and Manchester (about 50 miles) via the motorway network and the location is also popular with those requiring good access to the North Wales coast.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E
    • Tenure = Freehold