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Opportunity for guest house/B&B/annexe.
Four en-suite bedrooms.
Kitchen, living room, utility, dining room/snug & office.
4th Bedroom has potential as an annex with separate entrance.
Large barn with four internal Stables and a pony box.
Sand lunge area / manege (10m x 25m), half covered with floodlighting.
Approximate distances in miles
Ruthin 3m | Mold 7.5m | Wrexham 14m | Chester 20m | Liverpool 31m | Manchester Int Airport 50m
Rhesgoed Isa Cottage is well positioned between the vibrant towns of Mold and Ruthin, just off the A494 and only 20 miles from Chester City Centre. The property boasts a rural and elevated position yet within easy reach of the North Wales Expressway and the North West Cities providing excellent access routes for the commuter.
The cottage comprises of four double bedrooms all with the benefit of their own en-suite facilities. The vendors have previously benefitted from using the property as a self-run bed and breakfast as it is uniquely situated within walking distance of the popular nature trail of the Offa’s Dyke providing a regular customer trade for such a business.
The property is very well presented and includes a modern fitted kitchen with island unit including a feature Stanley oil fired stove with two hot plates and duel oven alongside an electric Leisure six induction hob & twin oven unit. The kitchen has glazed French doors both to the side gravelled courtyard and to the rear decking area with access to the stable yard and parking sweep.
A utility room is located off the kitchen housing the oil fired boiler and water filtration system, space for a washing machine and dryer and the office beyond, both having entrance doors from the parking area to the rear of the property.
From the kitchen a dining room (or snug) has a large vaulted ceiling with Clearview stove to the rear wall with internal flue. The room benefits from the excellent views to the front and a side door to a second parking area off the drive. Stairs lead up to first floor level where there are three double bedrooms with en-suite facilities. Steps down from the dining room to the living room which also benefits from a similar wood stove and vast views with the fourth bedroom beyond and rear entrance with shower room off. There is the potential here for an annexe area having its own sitting & breakfast room, bedroom with en-suite and separate entrance to the rear parking area as this is located on the lower ground level and encompasses the vast views across the neighbouring countryside. Or can similarly be used within the main property as previously described.
The property externally benefits from a portal framed agricultural building with four large internal stables and a pony box all with automatic water drinkers and concrete floor, the yard leads out to the parking courtyard and access to the sand manege/lunge area which has the benefit of being half covered and is securely enclosed. The property is set within approx. 8 acres providing turnout paddocks an orchard and some woodland.
The property in more detail comprises;
Rear door off side parking area into
Dining Room / Snug 4.88m x 3.87m tiled floor, Clearview wood stove, granite hearth, window to front elevation, exposed ceiling timbers, doors off to Kitchen and lower ground level or annexe. Stairs to First floor level.
Kitchen 6.2m x 3.9m tiled floor, wall mounted units, integrated dishwasher, Stanley oil fired stove with two hot plates, electric Leisure oven with six electric induction hobs and extractor fan above, stainless steel sink, window to rear courtyard, patio doors to decking area, central island unit, second set of patio doors to gravelled courtyard, door to
Utility 4.6m x 2.28m base unit with space for tumble dryer, space and plumbing for washing machine, further place for large fridge/freezer, stainless steel sink with fitted units below, range of shelving above, door to rear courtyard and access to stable yard.
Office 4.4m x 2.16m wood effect linoleum, translucent ceiling light, two pendant lights, vaulted ceiling, entrance door to rear courtyard, various power points and telephone line, attic hatch.
Master Bedroom 4.29m x 3.65m carpet, space for double bed, built in wardrobe, half vaulted ceiling, window to front elevation, door through to
En-suite Bathroom tiled floor, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c, corner spa bath, thermostatic shower and cubicle, heated towel rail window to rear courtyard.
Bedroom Two 3.3m x 2.9m carpet, fitted wardrobes, space for double bed, French doors to balcony, door to
En-Suite Shower Room with tiled floor and walls, corner shower unit with thermostatic valve, low flush w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, airing cupboard and heated towel rail.
Bedroom Three 3.9m x 4.15m carpet, fitted wardrobes, space for double bed, Velux roof lights, window to front courtyard, door to
En-Suite Shower Room with tiled floor, low flush w.c, corner sink, corner shower cubicle with thermostatic valve, heated towel rail, Velux roof light.
Lower Ground Annexe/Guest Suite
From the Dining Room Snug, stairs down to
Living Room / Breakfast Room 4.56m x 4.27m laminate wood effect floor, Clearview wood stove on granite hearth, large dual windows with vast views to the front elevation, door through to
Bedroom Four 4.3m x 3.6m laminate flooring, wood burning stove on granite hearth, window to front elevation, door to
Entrance porch, external door to rear courtyard with tiled floor and radiator.
Shower Room with tiled floor and walls, corner shower unit with thermostatic valve, low flush w.c, pedestal wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
Stables within a Portal framed Agricultural Building having a concrete floor and houses Five internal stables including one pony box. All stables have automatic water feeders, translucent roof lighting and front elevation, internal strip lighting and external flood lighting.
Concrete Courtyard off the front of the stable building onto hard standing parking area for several vehicles with gated entrance and access beyond to paddocks and further outbuilding.
Outbuilding 14m x 7m timber framed with steel corrugated sheeting, ideal storage for hay, straw or young stock and can be used as a field shelter off the larger paddock.
Manege / Lunge area 25m x 10m half under cover by portal framed building, block work walls, post and rail fencing and silica sand surface. A good warm up area/turnout/lunging facility.
Approx. 8 acres, gently sloping away from the property to a brook below with some woodland.
Water via bore hole with three filters
Oil fired central heating
EPC Rating: E
CCTV security system
Denbighshire County Council
Council Tax Band F
From Chester, proceed along the A55 North Wales Expressway, leaving at J33B onto A494 Mold Road. At all four roundabouts continue on the A494 following this for approx. 11 miles. On passing the Clwyd Gate Restaurant on your right, continue down the hill, passed two large laybys and the property entrance is sharp left after the second layby. Follow the driveway down and the property will be approached on the left hand side.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.