Holywell Clwyd CH8 Gorsedd

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Features at a glance

  • A stunning family home, with amazing panoramic views Split level accommodation allowing flexibility in living arrangements
  • Principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom
  • A study which can be used as a bedroom
  • High quality appliances included
  • Very large and well maintained gardens and terraced kitchen garden


Tudor House is an attractive red brick triple glazed house, much improved by the current owners, with almost 4,000 sq. ft. of light and flexible accommodation over two floors, set on the edge of an attractive village close to the coast.

There is a kitchen on each floor, giving potential for multi-generational living, the creation of an annexe or for continued use as a stunning family home. In its current configuration, the ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming and stunning double-height reception hall and comprises a spacious sitting room with exposed wall and ceiling beams, an exposed brick fireplace with Much Wenlock multifuel stove and patio doors to a large conservatory with vaulted glazed roof and French doors to the garden. The generous dining/family room has wooden laminate flooring and a door to a well-proportioned kitchen, with a range of contemporary high-gloss wall and base units, laminate worktops, integrated Bosch dishwasher, Samsung washing machine and Neff oven and induction hob, and patio doors to the garden terrace. The ground floor is completed by a good-sized fitted utility room with Samsung washing machine ,Siemens IQ700 self-cleaning dryer and with access to the garden, and by two generous double bedrooms, both with built-in storage, set on either side of a family bathroom.

On the first floor is a large family room with open fire and patio doors to a private balcony with stunning views over the garden to the Dee Estuary, and a neighbouring dining room with large picture glazing overlooking the balcony. The generous kitchen/breakfast room has a range of modern wall and base units, Silestone granite worktops and splashbacks, modern integrated appliances including a Quooker combi system and Rangemaster induction cooker, Siemens fridge freezer, IQ700 dishwasher and space for a good-sized table. The first floor is completed by a bedroom wing with a spacious principal bedroom with built-in storage and en suite bathroom, a second double bedroom with built-in storage, a well-proportioned front aspect study (which could be used as the fifth bedroom), and a modern fully-tiled family shower room.

This property has 0.92 acres of land.


Occupying a stunning and unique elevated position enjoying far-reaching views over surrounding rolling countryside towards the Dee Estuary and Irish Sea beyond, Tudor House is approached through wooden gates with a tarmacadam driveway, parking for multiple vehicles, and access to the detached double garage. The beautiful gardens include a gently-sloping extensive lawn bordered by well-stocked flower and shrub beds, a terraced kitchen garden, and also features numerous seating areas and two spacious paved terraces, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole screened by mature hedging, trees and and a fully fenced boundary.


The village of Gorsedd offers a range of day-to-day amenities including a church and pub and lies close to the beautiful circular Pennant Walks, for walking, cycling and horse riding. A wider range of independent and national stores can be found in the market town of Holywell as well as in Flint which has both Asda and Sainsbury’s supermarkets and in Mold, which holds the distinction of being the first cittaslow (slow food town) in Wales and which 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.

Ideal for the commuter, the village is situated near to Junction 32 of the A55 North Wales Expressway, offering excellent links to the main motorway network and key regional centres in both Wales and England.

The area offers a good range of state schooling including Ysgol Bro Carmel and Holywell High School together with independent schools including Myddelton College, Ruthin School and Birkenhead.


From Chester, head west on the A55 exiting at Junction 31. Take the 3rd exit at both the first and second roundabouts, onto the A5026 to Holywell. Stay on this road for c 2 miles through Lloc, where you go down a hill. At the bottom of the hill, turn right at the crossroads (signed Gorsedd, Pantasaph and Babell) and immediately left into the driveway for Tudor House.

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