A well-presented 3-4 bedroom detached family home located close to the heart of a sought-after and commutable village enjoying stunning views

Rainbows End is an attractive double-fronted red brick property offering flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, configured to maximise the property’s elevated position and stunning views over surrounding countryside towards the Dee Estuary.

The 'upside-down' style to the property provides ample scope to arrange the rooms to suit, offering potential to increase the number of bedrooms and create an ideal space for working from home.

The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall with feature herringbone-design wood and tiled flooring and comprises a generous snug with exposed brick feature fireplace with log effect gas stove and full-height glazing incorporating a door to the rear terrace, a well-proportioned dining room, which can also be an additonal bedroom, and a spacious kitchen/diner with a range of base level units, a range cooker, modern integrated appliances, space for a good-sized table for more informal meals and a neighbouring fitted utility room with a door to the rear terrace and gardens. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a double bedroom and a spacious fully-tiled family bathroom with separate shower and bath.

The first floor provides an extensive triple aspect drawing room with feature fireplace and a glazed door to a large roof terrace offering stunning views over surrounding countryside towards the Dee Estuary. The principal bedroom is wonderfully spacious with built-in storage, an opaque glass brick wall panel overlooking the landing, admitting a wealth of natural light, and a large modern en suite shower and dressing room. One further double bedroom is flooded with natural light provide by two skylights.

Outside

The property is approached over a tarmac driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the attached double garage with useful cloakroom and door to the rear garden, flanked on each side by areas of gently sloping lawn interspersed with mature shrubs and with steps up to a raised paved terrace spanning the full width of the property with sheltered seating area and storm porch. The stock-fenced garden to the side and rear aspects is laid mainly to level lawn and features a spacious paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole enjoying fabulous views over neighbouring countryside.

Situation

Pentre Halkyn (Welsh: Pentre Helygain) is a small village in Flintshire, complete with a local village shop with Post Office, community centre, small hotel with health club and nearby popular primary school. A wider range of independent and national stores can be found in the neighbouring market town of Holywell as well as in Flint and 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.

The surrounding area and the Dee Estuary provide a wide range of activities for the outdoor enthusiast, including excellent walking, cycling and horse riding. Ideal for the commuter, the village is situated near to Junction 32A of the A55 North Wales Expressway, offering excellent links to the main motorway networks and key regional centres in both Wales and England and Flint mainline train station with regular services to central London in a little under two and a half hours.

The area offers access to a good selection of state schooling as well as to independent schools including Avalon, Ruthin, Myddelton College, Prenton Prep, Birkenhead and The King’s and Queen’s Schools in Chester.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker’s Chester office, head south on Lower Bridge Street and turn right onto Castle Street. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Nicholas Street (A5268) then turn left onto Watergate Street (A548). Follow this road for 4.9 miles then use the left lane to merge onto A494 via the slip road signposted A55/Queensferry/Conwy. After 3.5 miles continue onto North Wales Expressway (A55) and after 6.3 miles exit at Junction 32A signposted Rhosesmor (B5123). Turn left onto B5123 then after 0.2 mile turn right. Bear immediately left and Rainbows End can be found ahead.

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Other features

  • Chain free
  • Occupying an elevated position
  • Enjoys beautiful far reaching countryside views and across the River Dee
  • Versatile living accommodation set over two floors
  • Spacious roof terrace
  • Large driveway and double garage
  • Lawned garden and paved patio area overlooking meadows
  • Brochure available on request

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Ref: CHS210068

Pentre Halkyn, Treffynnon, Pentre Halkyn Holywell CH8

Offers In The Region Of
£525,000

Ref: CHS210068

Pentre Halkyn, Treffynnon, Pentre Halkyn Holywell CH8

Offers In The Region Of
£525,000