The Catch, Halkyn

4 Bedroom Detached House

£500,000 Offers Over

The Catch, Halkyn

£500,000 Offers Over
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: SSTC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Extended Three/ Four Bedroom
  • Detached House
  • set in a 0.28 acre plot
  • Open Plan Family Room & Kitchen
  • Sitting Room/ Bedroom 4
  • Study/ Office
  • Master Bedroom with En-suite Bath/ shower Room
  • family Bathroom
  • Ample 'off road' parking & garage
  • gardens & views

Property Summary

EXTENDED DETACHED HOUSE | SET IN 0.28 ACRE PLOT. This Three/ Four Bedroom Double Fronted Detached House originally dating back to circa 1850 has been Extended and Modernised throughout by the current owners. Offering spacious and versatile family accommodation to include. Entrance Porch, Sitting Room, Dining Room/ Bedroom Four, Open Plan Family Room with Lounge, Dining Area and Kitchen with bi-fold doors which open out to the rear garden, ground floor Office/ Study, Utility Room and Downstairs W.C. To the first floor you will find a Landing which gives access to a Master Bedroom with Fitted Wardrobes and a Four Piece En-suite Shower/ Bathroom. Two further Double Bedrooms can be found on the first floor as well as a Modern Three Piece Family Bathroom.

The property is set in a 0.28 acre plot and is accessed from Halkyn moutain. Stone wall with a seven bar gate which opens on to a gravelled driveway providing ample 'Off Road' parking and gives access to a tandem garage measuring 9.1m x 3.2m (29'10" x 10'5"). Paved steps give access to the front door of the property with a patio/ seating area. The driveway extends to the side of the house and leads onto a wooden decking area with steps down to a patio/ seating area which opens on to a good size lawn garden which is bound by stone walls and hedging with views towards the Dee estuary and Irish sea.

The property benefits from Bulk LPG Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing and Multi Fuel Stove in the Open Plan Family Room.

Full Details

Accommodation Comprises:
Wood effect composite door with frosted and glazed units, opens into:

Entrance Porch:
Tiled effect vinyl flooring, single panelled radiator, wall mounted cupboard with shelving housing electric meter and fuse box. Wooden door which opens into:

Sitting Room:
Stone built inglenook fireplace with void and point for electric fire, Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain, beamed ceiling, double panelled radiator, smoke alarm. Stairs lead up to the first floor accommodation.

Door into open plan family room. Door into dining room/ bedroom four.

Dining Room/ Bedroom Four:
Wall mounted fire, double panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain.

Open Plan Family Room & Kitchen:
Open plan multi-functional family room consisting of a lounge area, dining area and modern fitted kitchen.

Dining Area - Wood effect laminate flooring, panelled radiator, beamed ceiling, door into office/ study, door into utility room, steps down into the lounge area.

Lounge Area - Wood effect laminate flooring, wall mounted vertical radiator, 9kw log burner with glazed hearth, double glazed windows to the side elevation, bi-fold double glazed doors open to the rear garden. Opens into:

Kitchen - Modern kitchen housing a range of wall and base units with granite worktops, one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer with swan neck mixer tap over, a second sink unit/ food preparation sink with mixer tap over, two built-in eye level 'Neff' ovens, built-in 'Neff' microwave oven, integral 'Neff' five ring hob including wok burner with mirrored splashback and stainless steel and glazed extractor hood over, integral dishwasher, integral fridge and freezer, breakfast bar, wine chiller and built-in bottle rack, two Velux windows, double glazed window to the rear elevation over looking the rear garden.

Office/ Study:
Accessed from the dining area.

Single panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation with deep sill, built-in storage cupboard with shelving, beamed ceiling.

Utility Room:
Accessed from the dining area.

Modern range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit and drainer with mixer tap over, void and plumbing for washing machine, void and plumbing for tumble dryer, single panelled radiator, loft access, extractor fan, Upvc double glazed window to the side elevation, built-in storage cupboard housing a Worcester Greenstar 30 CDI gas boiler and separate encapsulated hot water cylinder. Heating programmer and thermostat. Door opens to the front.

Door into:

Downstairs W.C.:
Two piece suite comprising: Low flush W.C., round sink unit with mixer tap over and tiled splashback, single panelled radiator, extractor fan.

First floor accommodation:

Landing:
Recessed shelving in to stone wall, smoke alarm, loft access, doors into:

Master Bedroom:
Two velux windows, double glazed window to the rear elevation with views over the rear garden, Halkyn mountain, and towards the Dee estuary and Irish sea, double panelled radiator, built-in wardrobes with hanging rail, shelving and fitted drawers with matching dressing table. Door into:

En-suite Bath/ Shower Room:
Four piece suite comprising: Walk-in tiled shower cubicle with ceiling mounted rain shower and separate hand attachment with glazed screen, oval free standing bath with mixer tap over with sower attachment, low flush W.C., sink and vanity unit with mixer tap over, recessed tiled shelving, recessed lights, extractor fan, vertical radiator, wall mounted mirror with courtesy light.

Bedroom Two:
Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain, double panelled radiator, built-in over-the-stairs storage cupboard, built-in wardrobe with half mirrored sliding door with hanging rail and shelving.

Bedroom Three:
Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain, double panelled radiator, P.I.R sensor.

Family Bathroom:
Modern three piece suite comprising: Panelled bath with wall mounted electric shower and glazed screen, low flush W.C., pedestal sink with mixer tap and tiled splashback, panelled radiator, extractor fan, partially tiled walls, tiled floor, Upvc double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation with deep sill.

Outside:
The property is set in a 0.28 acre plot and is accessed from Halkyn moutain. Stone wall with a seven bar gate which opens on to a gravelled driveway providing ample 'Off Road' parking and gives access to a tandem garage measuring 9.1m x 3.2m (29'10" x 10'5"). Paved steps give access to the front door of the property with a patio/ seating area. The driveway extends to the side of the house and leads onto a wooden decking area with steps down to a patio/ seating area which opens on to a good size lawn garden which is bound by stone walls and hedging with views towards the Dee estuary and Irish sea.

Garage: (9.09m x 3.18m)
Double tandem garage with door to the front and separate side access door. Light and power.

Location:
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 post office (run as part of the Blue Bell Inn), a parish church, a library, and two public houses, the Britannia and the award-winning Blue Bell Inn.

Council Tax Band F

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Key Features
bedrooms
4 Bedrooms
reception rooms
2 Reception Rooms
bathrooms
3 Bathrooms
 

Property Details

EXTENDED DETACHED HOUSE | SET IN 0.28 ACRE PLOT. This Three/ Four Bedroom Double Fronted Detached House originally dating back to circa 1850 has been Extended and Modernised throughout by the current owners. Offering spacious and versatile family accommodation to include. Entrance Porch, Sitting Room, Dining Room/ Bedroom Four, Open Plan Family Room with Lounge, Dining Area and Kitchen with bi-fold doors which open out to the rear garden, ground floor Office/ Study, Utility Room and Downstairs W.C. To the first floor you will find a Landing which gives access to a Master Bedroom with Fitted Wardrobes and a Four Piece En-suite Shower/ Bathroom. Two further Double Bedrooms can be found on the first floor as well as a Modern Three Piece Family Bathroom.

The property is set in a 0.28 acre plot and is accessed from Halkyn moutain. Stone wall with a seven bar gate which opens on to a gravelled driveway providing ample 'Off Road' parking and gives access to a tandem garage measuring 9.1m x 3.2m (29'10" x 10'5"). Paved steps give access to the front door of the property with a patio/ seating area. The driveway extends to the side of the house and leads onto a wooden decking area with steps down to a patio/ seating area which opens on to a good size lawn garden which is bound by stone walls and hedging with views towards the Dee estuary and Irish sea.

The property benefits from Bulk LPG Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing and Multi Fuel Stove in the Open Plan Family Room.

Accommodation Comprises:

Wood effect composite door with frosted and glazed units, opens into:

Entrance Porch:

Tiled effect vinyl flooring, single panelled radiator, wall mounted cupboard with shelving housing electric meter and fuse box. Wooden door which opens into:

Sitting Room:

Stone built inglenook fireplace with void and point for electric fire, Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain, beamed ceiling, double panelled radiator, smoke alarm. Stairs lead up to the first floor accommodation.

Door into open plan family room. Door into dining room/ bedroom four.

Dining Room/ Bedroom Four:

Wall mounted fire, double panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain.

Open Plan Family Room & Kitchen:

Open plan multi-functional family room consisting of a lounge area, dining area and modern fitted kitchen.

Dining Area - Wood effect laminate flooring, panelled radiator, beamed ceiling, door into office/ study, door into utility room, steps down into the lounge area.

Lounge Area - Wood effect laminate flooring, wall mounted vertical radiator, 9kw log burner with glazed hearth, double glazed windows to the side elevation, bi-fold double glazed doors open to the rear garden. Opens into:

Kitchen - Modern kitchen housing a range of wall and base units with granite worktops, one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer with swan neck mixer tap over, a second sink unit/ food preparation sink with mixer tap over, two built-in eye level 'Neff' ovens, built-in 'Neff' microwave oven, integral 'Neff' five ring hob including wok burner with mirrored splashback and stainless steel and glazed extractor hood over, integral dishwasher, integral fridge and freezer, breakfast bar, wine chiller and built-in bottle rack, two Velux windows, double glazed window to the rear elevation over looking the rear garden.

Office/ Study:

Accessed from the dining area.

Single panelled radiator, Upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation with deep sill, built-in storage cupboard with shelving, beamed ceiling.

Utility Room:

Accessed from the dining area.

Modern range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit and drainer with mixer tap over, void and plumbing for washing machine, void and plumbing for tumble dryer, single panelled radiator, loft access, extractor fan, Upvc double glazed window to the side elevation, built-in storage cupboard housing a Worcester Greenstar 30 CDI gas boiler and separate encapsulated hot water cylinder. Heating programmer and thermostat. Door opens to the front.

Door into:

Downstairs W.c.:

Two piece suite comprising: Low flush W.C., round sink unit with mixer tap over and tiled splashback, single panelled radiator, extractor fan.

First Floor Accommodation:
Landing:

Recessed shelving in to stone wall, smoke alarm, loft access, doors into:

Master Bedroom:

Two velux windows, double glazed window to the rear elevation with views over the rear garden, Halkyn mountain, and towards the Dee estuary and Irish sea, double panelled radiator, built-in wardrobes with hanging rail, shelving and fitted drawers with matching dressing table. Door into:

En-suite Bath/ Shower Room:

Four piece suite comprising: Walk-in tiled shower cubicle with ceiling mounted rain shower and separate hand attachment with glazed screen, oval free standing bath with mixer tap over with sower attachment, low flush W.C., sink and vanity unit with mixer tap over, recessed tiled shelving, recessed lights, extractor fan, vertical radiator, wall mounted mirror with courtesy light.

Bedroom Two:

Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain, double panelled radiator, built-in over-the-stairs storage cupboard, built-in wardrobe with half mirrored sliding door with hanging rail and shelving.

Bedroom Three:

Upvc double glazed window to the front elevation with deep sill and views over Halkyn mountain, double panelled radiator, P.I.R sensor.

Family Bathroom:

Modern three piece suite comprising: Panelled bath with wall mounted electric shower and glazed screen, low flush W.C., pedestal sink with mixer tap and tiled splashback, panelled radiator, extractor fan, partially tiled walls, tiled floor, Upvc double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation with deep sill.

Outside:

The property is set in a 0.28 acre plot and is accessed from Halkyn moutain. Stone wall with a seven bar gate which opens on to a gravelled driveway providing ample 'Off Road' parking and gives access to a tandem garage measuring 9.1m x 3.2m (29'10" x 10'5"). Paved steps give access to the front door of the property with a patio/ seating area. The driveway extends to the side of the house and leads onto a wooden decking area with steps down to a patio/ seating area which opens on to a good size lawn garden which is bound by stone walls and hedging with views towards the Dee estuary and Irish sea.

Garage:

9.09m x 3.18m - Double tandem garage with door to the front and separate side access door. Light and power.

Location:

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 post office (run as part of the Blue Bell Inn), a parish church, a library, and two public houses, the Britannia and the award-winning Blue Bell Inn.

Council Tax Band F
We Can Help!

We are delighted to offer you FREE mortgage advice in our local offices, conveniently located in Chester and Buckley. 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.

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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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