Crown Cottages, Halkyn, Flintshire, CH8 8DX

3 Bedroom End of Terrace House

£225,000 Offers In The Region Of

Crown Cottages, Halkyn, Flintshire, CH8 8DX

£225,000 Offers In The Region Of
  • Ref: PRP17231811
  • Type: End of Terrace House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Leasehold

Property Summary

THREE BEDROOM CHARACTER COTTAGE | LOUNGE WITH MULTI FUEL STOVE | SEMI-RURAL LOCATION. This Three Bedroom Stone Character Cottage is set in the Semi-rural village of Halkyn and offers good size accommodation throughout.

In brief, the accommodation comprises: Lounge with Multi Fuel Stove, Dining Room, Kitchen/ Breakfast Room and Conservatory. To the first floor you will find Three Bedrooms and a Modern Shower Room.

To the front you will find a stone wall with a pedestrian six bar access gate as well as a six bar gate for vehicular access leading on to the driveway. There is a low maintenance gravelled garden/ seating area with a paved pathway which leads to the front door. A wooden gate opens on to a lawn garden with flowered borders.

The property benefits from Upvc Double Glazing and Oil Fired Central Heating.

Located in Halkyn, this home is perfectly situated with convenient access for those wishing to commute. The A55 is close by providing transport links to North Wales, Chester and further afield. Locally, there are amenities such as a post office, convenience store, library and two village pubs.

Nearby towns of Holywell & Mold provide all the necessary amenities required such as excellent schools, supermarkets, banks, restaurants as well as local & national stores.

Full Details

Location:
Halkyn is one of the ancient parishes of Flintshire, originally comprising the townships of Hendrefigillt, Lygan y Llan and Lygan y Wern. The area was notable during the Roman occupation for the mining of lead. The village was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Alchene, when it was then part of Cheshire, in England.

Halkyn had many public houses in the early 19th century. These public houses included the Crown Inn, (now known as Crown Cottages) which was situated on the left-hand side as you go towards Rhes-y-cae from the Old Halkyn Post Office. The Royal Oak (now a private house known as the Old Royal Oak), directly opposite the Blue Bell down a lane going towards Pen-y-parc Farm. Also the Raven (now known as Raven Cottage) in the Catch; and the Blue Bell Inn, which is still operating. There were also a few shops: a butcher, a post office (originally run from Holly House then from over the road; now closed), the Crown Inn (a shop until 1892, when it was licensed as a beerhouse) and the former Scranton Stores, which occupied Scranton House, now a private house called Swn-y-mynydd. The village has a football club Halkyn United F.C., a cricket club, a parish church, a library, and two public houses, the Britannia and the award-winning Blue Bell Inn.

Accommodation Comprises:
Upvc door, opens into:

Lounge:
Inglenook stone fire place housing a multi fuel stove with wooden mantle over, panelled radiator, P.I.R sensor, Upvc double glazed window to the side elevation, stairs lead up to the first floor accommodation. Door in to kitchen, door into:

Dining Room:
Electric fire set on a hearth with wooden surround, panelled radiator, dado rail, P.I.R sensor, cupboard housing the electric meter and fuse box, dual aspect Upvc double glazed windows to the front and side elevation.

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room:
Housing a range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer with mixer tap over, space for electric cooker, void and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer, breakfast bar, panelled radiator, stone tiled flooring, tiled splashback, recessed down lights, P.I.R sensor, Upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation, built-in cupboard housing a recently installed oil fired boiler. Door into:

Conservatory:
Upvc double glazed windows to the front elevation, polycarbonate roof, exposed stone walls, stone tiled floors, Upvc double glazed French doors open to the outside.

First Floor Accommodaiton:

Landing:
Panelled radiator, smoke alarm, P.I.R sensor, doors into:

Bedroom One:
Loft access, dual aspect Upvc double glazed window to the front and side elevation, panelled radiator, decorative fire place with grate and mantle.

Bedroom Two:
Two built-in storage cupboards, recessed shelving, panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Three:
Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Shower Room:
Modern three piece suite comprising: Walk-in shower cubicle with wall mounted rain shower, back jets and separate hand attachment with glazed doors, low flush W.C, pedestal sink unit with taps over, fully tiled walls and floor, panelled radiator, recessed down lights.

Outside:
To the front you will find a stone wall with a pedestrian six bar access gate as well as a six bar gate for vehicular access leading on to the driveway. There is a low maintenance gravelled garden/ seating area with a paved pathway which leads to the front door. A wooden gate opens on to a lawn garden with flowered borders.

Council Tax Band E

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Key Features
bedrooms
3 Bedrooms
reception rooms
3 Reception Rooms
bathrooms
1 Bathroom
 

Property Details

THREE BEDROOM CHARACTER COTTAGE | LOUNGE WITH MULTI FUEL STOVE | SEMI-RURAL LOCATION. This Three Bedroom Stone Character Cottage is set in the Semi-rural village of Halkyn and offers good size accommodation throughout. In brief, the accommodation comprises: Lounge with Multi Fuel Stove, Dining Room, Kitchen/ Breakfast Room and Conservatory. To the first floor you will find Three Bedrooms and a Modern Shower Room. To the front you will find a stone wall with a pedestrian six bar access gate as well as a six bar gate for vehicular access leading on to the driveway. There is a low maintenance gravelled garden/ seating area with a paved pathway which leads to the front door. A wooden gate opens on to a lawn garden with flowered borders. The property benefits from Upvc Double Glazing and Oil Fired Central Heating. Located in Halkyn, this home is perfectly situated with convenient access for those wishing to commute. The A55 is close by providing transport links to North Wales, Chester and further afield. Locally, there are amenities such as a post office, convenience store, library and two village pubs. Nearby towns of Holywell & Mold provide all the necessary amenities required such as excellent schools, supermarkets, banks, restaurants as well as local & national stores.

Location:

Halkyn is one of the ancient parishes of Flintshire, originally comprising the townships of Hendrefigillt, Lygan y Llan and Lygan y Wern. The area was notable during the Roman occupation for the mining of lead. The village was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Alchene, when it was then part of Cheshire, in England. Halkyn had many public houses in the early 19th century. These public houses included the Crown Inn, (now known as Crown Cottages) which was situated on the left-hand side as you go towards Rhes-y-cae from the Old Halkyn Post Office. The Royal Oak (now a private house known as the Old Royal Oak), directly opposite the Blue Bell down a lane going towards Pen-y-parc Farm. Also the Raven (now known as Raven Cottage) in the Catch; and the Blue Bell Inn, which is still operating. There were also a few shops: a butcher, a post office (originally run from Holly House then from over the road; now closed), the Crown Inn (a shop until 1892, when it was licensed as a beerhouse) and the former Scranton Stores, which occupied Scranton House, now a private house called Swn-y-mynydd. The village has a football club Halkyn United F.C., a cricket club, a parish church, a library, and two public houses, the Britannia and the award-winning Blue Bell Inn.

Accommodation Comprises:

Upvc door, opens into:

Lounge:

Inglenook stone fire place housing a multi fuel stove with wooden mantle over, panelled radiator, P.I.R sensor, Upvc double glazed window to the side elevation, stairs lead up to the first floor accommodation. Door in to kitchen, door into:

Dining Room:

Electric fire set on a hearth with wooden surround, panelled radiator, dado rail, P.I.R sensor, cupboard housing the electric meter and fuse box, dual aspect Upvc double glazed windows to the front and side elevation.

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room:

Housing a range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer with mixer tap over, space for electric cooker, void and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer, breakfast bar, panelled radiator, stone tiled flooring, tiled splashback, recessed down lights, P.I.R sensor, Upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation, built-in cupboard housing a recently installed oil fired boiler. Door into:

Conservatory:

Upvc double glazed windows to the front elevation, polycarbonate roof, exposed stone walls, stone tiled floors, Upvc double glazed French doors open to the outside.

First Floor Accommodaiton:
Landing:

Panelled radiator, smoke alarm, P.I.R sensor, doors into:

Bedroom One:

Loft access, dual aspect Upvc double glazed window to the front and side elevation, panelled radiator, decorative fire place with grate and mantle.

Bedroom Two:

Two built-in storage cupboards, recessed shelving, panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Three:

Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Shower Room:

Modern three piece suite comprising: Walk-in shower cubicle with wall mounted rain shower, back jets and separate hand attachment with glazed doors, low flush W.C, pedestal sink unit with taps over, fully tiled walls and floor, panelled radiator, recessed down lights.

Outside:

To the front you will find a stone wall with a pedestrian six bar access gate as well as a six bar gate for vehicular access leading on to the driveway. There is a low maintenance gravelled garden/ seating area with a paved pathway which leads to the front door. A wooden gate opens on to a lawn garden with flowered borders.

Council Tax Band E
We Can Help!

We are delighted to offer you FREE mortgage advice in our local offices, conveniently located in Holywell, Deeside, Buckley, Rhyl and Llandudno. Pop into our office for a chat with our adviser, who will gladly assist you on your journey and source you the best product for your needs.

Free Valuation

Thinking of selling or letting? We can help! Why not have our sales manager visit your property to discuss how we can assist with your next steps. We are a proud, family run independent estate agent with local expertise, make the most of our FREE service and assume your budget ready for your next move. Get in touch, we can help!

 

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