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Bryn Alyn Manor is an imposing family home offering almost 5,900 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over four floors together with an attached, self-contained annexe and a separate 2 bedroom cottage, all sensitively modernised to combine the amenities of modern living with character features including large sash windows, some with window shuttering, generously proportioned rooms, some high ceilings with fine cornicing, numerous exposed beams and original fireplaces.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall with chequerboard tiled flooring and briefly comprises an extensive drawing room with a feature bay window with full-height glazing, fireplace with woodburning stove, library area with fitted shelving and access to a rear porch with garden access, a large dining room with feature bay window with full-height glazing and fireplace with woodburning stove and a side aspect family room with a feature bay window with full height glazing incorporating French doors to the garden and a large stone inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large kitchen/breakfast room with a neighbouring fitted utility room and an inter-connecting rear porch, both with access to the garden.
The kitchen provides a range of wall and floor units with a central island, Belfast sink, a range cooker, window seating and space for a table for more informal meals. The property also benefits from a large cellar, suitable for a variety of uses.
Accessible over two separate staircases, the first floor offers a spacious principal bedroom with built-in storage, a feature fireplace with woodburning stove and a large en suite bathroom with central freestanding slipper bath and separate walk-in shower, two further generous bedrooms, both with built-in storage and feature cast iron fireplaces, a dressing room, a family bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower cubicle and a study with interconnecting nursery/office, ideal for use as an additional bedroom if required. The property’s four remaining bedrooms can be found on the second floor, all with feature fireplaces, together with a large family bathroom with feature chequerboard tiled flooring.
The attached annexe has a sitting room with feature fireplace with woodburning stove, a kitchen/breakfast room with Belfast sink and space for a breakfast table, two first floor bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
The detached stone-built cottage offers a sitting room with feature fireplace, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The property lies between Rhydymwyn village and Mold town centre. The village has a village store with Post Office and a church, while Mold offers a wide range of independent and national stores together with a library, museum, leisure facilities and popular eateries. The town holds the distinction of being the first cittaslow (slow food town) in Wales and has a strong culinary heritage, with a bi-weekly street market for fresh produce, a bi-monthly farmers’ market and an annual Food & Drink Festival. More extensive sporting, leisure and retail facilities can be found in Wrexham and Chester, as can an extensive selection of both major national and smaller independent retailers.
Ideal for the commuter, the village is situated near to the Mold Bypass and to the A55 North Wales Expressway, offering excellent links to the main motorway networks and key regional centres in both Wales and England. Buckley station offers regular services to Wrexham and central London and Mold also has a bus station with regular services to Chester, Wrexham, Denbigh, Holywell, Ruthin and other places.
The area offers access to a number of state schools including Ysgol Y Waun, Ysgol Bryn Gwalia CP, Sychdyn CP School and The Haven, together with independent schools including Ruthin, Myddelton College, The King’s School and The Queen’s School.
The property is approached through double iron gates over a sweeping tarmacadam driveway, gravelled forecourt and block-paved parking area with space for multiple vehicles and giving access to a single carport, triple bay carport, cottage and extensive outbuildings. There is also a second driveway which brings you to the front of the property.
The outbuildings are arranged around a blockpaved courtyard and comprise an outdoor dining room, gym, workshop, garden store, three store rooms and a shower room. External stairs lead to a large 80ft. first floor with three rooms, the whole offering substantial opportunities for a variety of uses including conversion to additional accommodation if required (STP).
The garden, a particular feature of this property, surrounds the property and features numerous zones to explore including lawned and seating areas with numerous pathways, mature flowerbeds, a parterre garden, secret garden and an area of woodland together with a walled courtyard garden and a front aspect raised terrace, both ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole screened by mature shrubs and trees.
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