- Lovely views
- Vaulted ceiling in kitchen
- Well proportioned accommodation
- Private gardens
- Excellent access onto the A55
- EPC G
- In all about 2.6 acres
Ysgol Rhos Helyg (0.9mi.)
Rhos Helyg School (0.9mi.)
Ysgol Maes Edwin (1.7mi.)
Caeau Gleision is a substantial family home in a semi-rural setting with tremendous views over the surrounding countryside across the Dee Estuary, toward the Wirral Peninsula.
The impressive reception hall with vaulted ceiling and slate flooring gives access to the two bedrooms on the first floor via an oak staircase and also to the accommodation on the ground floor.
The property offers an outstanding open-plan family kitchen with an oil fired four oven Aga with a raised dining area. There is a beautiful vaulted ceiling with exposed original trusses, twin aspects and attractive slate tile flooring throughout, warmed by under floor heating.
The drawing room also with vaulted ceiling, exposed trusses and exposed stone feature walls has an impressive chimneypiece with wood burning stove. A spectacular part-glazed gable-end incorporates French doors offering stunning views across the gardens. Off the drawing room is a convenient home office, also having wonderful views.
At the opposite end of the house, with access off the inner hallway are two double bedrooms; one having wash facilities and a family bathroom. A charming snug incorporates an attractive stone chimneypiece with Inglenook, incorporating a Stovax wood burning stove, and has views to the pretty central courtyard. From the snug stairs rise to a luxurious master bedroom suite with vaulted ceiling, adjoining dressing area and a lovely bathroom.
A local range of amenities is available in Northop within 2.5 miles and Broughton Shopping Park within 10 miles. . The local area offers some wonderful recreational pursuits, including walking, mountain biking and numerous golf courses.
Excellent access to the A55 expressway can be found at Halkyn in a westerly direction and at Pentre Halkyn in both an easterly and westerly direction connecting to the M56, M53 and M6 motorways to Liverpool and Manchester respectively.
There is a choice of local primary and secondary schooling, in addition to outstanding Independent Schools, namely King's and Queen's Schools in Chester
A sweeping gravel driveway leads to Caeau Gleision off a no-through lane, leading to a substantial hard-standing providing ample parking.
There are extensive lawned gardens and adjoining woodland. At the bottom of the garden is an established orchard and timber store. Adjoining the gardens there is a paddock (enclosed by stock-proof fencing) with a twin field shelter and a natural pond. An attractive courtyard laid in natural stone incorporates raised vegetable beds, additional parking and numerous outdoor stores.
There is a public footpath to the southern boundary of the property running east to west.
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