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Church Road, Northop, Flintshire £400,000

An HISTORIC three storey FIVE BEDROOM 18th Century FORMER VICARAGE AND TANNERY with very attractive and EXTENSIVE GARDENS and an IDYLLIC CONSERVATION AREA LOCATION with SUPERB VIEWS of Northop Church and the village cricket field.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

The historic Welsh village of Northop is replete with various excellent local facilities as well as a picturesque cricket field and church and the property itself is one of the older buildings within the village forming part of the attractive conservation area. The village is extremely conveniently situated for access to the wider North West road communications network via a nearby junction with the A55 Expressway providing onward links into the principality of North Wales, Cheshire as a whole and more specifically the thriving local areas of Chester, Mold and Deeside. The Old Vicarage itself has the benefit of double glazed windows, an electronic alarm system, a gas fired combination central heating/hot water boiler, connections to all mains services and the following accommodation which is described in more detail below.

RECEPTION HALL

15'7" x 6'9" - main section max inc staircase dimensions
16'3" x 4'1" - inner section
With an additional porch area, two radiators, inner stained glass and leaded window features, electronic alarm control panel, central heating control panel, main doorway onto Church Road and a superb Georgian staircase providing a focal point to this room.

DRAWING ROOM

14'9" x 14'6" (4.50m x 4.42m)
With dual aspect windows, display shelving, television point, double radiator, picture rails, aspect over the main garden and double glazed double french doors overlooking and leading to the side garden.

SITTING ROOM

14'11" x 10'6" (4.55m x 3.20m)
With tiled cast and timber fireplace surround with living flame gas fire, two radiators, picture rails, telephone point, window seat and double glazed double french doors overlooking and leading to the side garden.

DINING ROOM

13'7" x 12'9" (4.14m x 3.89m)
With stone flooring, inglenook style fireplace recess with large log burning stove, radiator, exposed ceiling beams, built-in storage cupboards, inner doorway to the kitchen and inner door and hatch leading to a Priest's hole/upper store.

PRIEST'S HOLE/UPPER STORE

7'5" x 5'11" (2.26m x 1.80m)
With fitted shelving.

KITCHEN

15'6" max x 13'11" (4.72m max x 4.24m)
With flagged flooring, oak fronted range of wall units, display units, floor cupboards and drawers with granite effect work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, concealed lighting, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, radiator, aspect over the attractive rear garden, ceiling downlighters, wall/cupboard mounted gas fired combination central heating/hot water boiler, points and space for a gas/electric cooker, dish washer and refrigerator, and inner doorways leading to the rear sunroom, utility/cloakroom and cellar.

REAR SUNROOM

12'2" x 8'11" (3.71m x 2.72m)
With fitted shelving, power points, polycarbonate pitched roof and aspect and doorway overlooking and leading to the rear garden.

UTILITY ROOM/CLOAKROOM

15'10" x 6'10" max (4.83m x 2.08m max)
With wash hand basin, WC, work surface and points and space for a washing machine.

CELLAR

28'6" x 9'10" (8.69m x 3.00m)
In three sections with barrel vaulted roof and lighting.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

13'11" max x 9'5" max inc staircase dimensions (4.
With superb Georgian staircase leading from the ground floor reception hall, radiator, secondary electronic alarm control panel and doorways to the following first floor rooms.

PRINCIPLE BEDROOM

14'10" x 14'6" (4.52m x 4.42m)
A superb dual aspect room with views towards Northop Church, the gardens to the property itself and Northop Cricket Field. The room also has a radiator and corner fitted wardrobes/storage cupboards.

BEDROOM TWO

15'7" x 13'8" into eves (4.75m x 4.17m into eves)
With skylight window and window overlooking Church Road, cast fireplace surround, built-in storage cupboard and radiator.

BEDROOM THREE

14'0" x 8'6" (4.27m x 2.59m)
With radiator, built-in storage cupboard and window overlooking Church Road.

BEDROOM FOUR

14'4" x 7'9" (4.37m x 2.36m)
With radiator and aspect towards Northop Church.

BATHROOM

15'3" max into eves x 13'11" (4.65m max into eves
A larger than average room with white suite having chromium fittings comprising a central tile-edged bath, tiled shower cubicle with fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin, WC, bidet, radiator, bathroom cabinets, wall lights, heated chromium ladder style towel rail/radiator and aspects over the attractive gardens.

SECOND FLOOR BEDROOM FIVE

14'3" x 11'9" max into eves (4.34m x 3.58m max int
With two double glazed skylight windows, access to eves storage space and access from a second floor study/landing.

SECOND FLOOR STUDY/LANDING

14'9" max into eves x 14'8" (4.50m max into eves x
With doorway and staircase leading from the first floor landing, exposed ceiling timbers, aspect over Church Road and access to additional loft storage space.

OUTSIDE

The gardens and grounds to The Old Vicarage are particularly attractive, established and mature and are laid to principle lawned sections to the rear of the property with mature and established deciduous and evergreen trees, pebbled and flagged pathways, rose arches, boundary walls, fencing and hedging, and a plethora of shrubs, plants and flowers all of which have taken considerable time to be planted and then mature. There is also a greenhouse, fruit orchard, vegetable garden, an attractively hard-landscaped side garden in the lea of Northop Church and with a gateway from Church Road and to the opposite far side of the garden there are the following useful outbuildings.

FUEL/GARDEN STORE

19'8" x 16'6" (5.99m x 5.03m)
With power point and lighting and an adjacent machinery store/potting shed.

MACHINERY STORE/POTTING SHED

14'2" x 8'9" (4.32m x 2.67m)
With lighting.

DIRECTIONS

From Chester proceed out of the City along the A55 in the direction of North Wales and Conwy, taking the exit at junction 33a signposted for the B5126 and Connah's Quay. Continue to the T-junction turning left signposted for Northop and continue for a short distance towards the village turning right before the main crossroads and then right at the next T-junction heading towards the church. Turn right again into Church Road and after a further short distance The Old Vicarage will be observed in its position on the left hand side.

Ref: 4401

Church Road, Northop, Flintshire

  • Former Vicarage and Tannery
  • Three Storeys and 5 Bedrooms
  • Attractive and Extensive Gardens
  • Idyllic Conservation Area Location
  • Superb Views
  • EPC Rating E
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