Mold Flintshire CH7 Rhyd Y Goleu, Rhosesmor

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Features at a glance

  • Grade II listed cottage
  • Semi rural location
  • Beautiful countryside views
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Useful outbuilding
  • Close to town centre amenities
  • No onward chain

A Grade II listed 2 bedroom property in a sought-after location close to town centre amenities.

Built in 1911 for Philip Tatton Davies-Cooke of the historic Gwysaney estate, 4 Red Houses is an attractive red brick family home offering light-filled accommodation arranged over two floors and retaining many character features.

Configured to provide a lovely family and entertaining space, the ground floor accommodation includes a generous sitting room and a large kitchen/breakfast room with wood effect flooring, feature exposed brick open fireplace, a range of wall and base units, integrated appliances, space for a good-sized table and a door to the rear courtyard garden.

On the first floor the property offers two well-proportioned bedrooms, one to the front aspect and one to the rear, together with a good-sized modern family bathroom.


Set back from the road behind low-level iron railings, the property is approached through a pedestrian gate over a gravelled path flanked by an area level lawn bordered by well-stocked flower and shrub beds. The walled courtyard garden to the rear is block paved for ease of maintenance, an ideal space for entertaining and al fresco dining, and provides a gate to a rear pedestrian passageway and an outbuilding incorporating useful stores, the whole enjoying views over neighbouring rolling countryside.


The property is situated in idyllic location near to the River Alyn, surrounded by beautiful countryside providing ample opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding. A wide range of independent and national stores, a Tesco superstore and services including a community hospital can be found 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. Nearby Flint and the market town of Holywell also offer a wide range of amenities including independent and national stores and services, with the former benefitting from Asda and Sainsbury’s supermarkets. More extensive sporting, leisure and retail facilities can be found in Wrexham and in Chester with its unique Rows dating from mediaeval times and believed to feature the oldest shop front in England and an extensive selection of both major national and smaller independent retailers. Communications links are excellent: Flint train station has car parking and provides regular services to Chester, Crewe, Manchester and London, the latter in less than 2½ hours.

The area offers a wide range of state primary and secondary schooling together with a good selection of independent schools including Ruthin, Myddelton College and The King’s and Queen’s Schools.


Postcode for Sat Nav CH7 6LZ

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