Mold 7.8 miles.
This charming, stone-built, detached, former granary, dating back to the 17th century, is situated adjacent to the owner’s home, set in 14 acres of meadow, horse grazing and woodland, on the edge of the village of Llanfynydd, midway between Mold and Wrexham, in North Wales.
This comfortable Mold cottage provides cosy accommodation, with a modern fitted kitchen, sitting room with dining area and double-height ceiling opening to a mezzanine master bedroom.
This North Wales cottage retains its original slit windows, used for helping to dry the grain, and they have been cleverly integrated into the design of this renovated barn.
Upstairs, this Mold cottage has two bedrooms, a cosy twin with woodland views, ideal for children, and a spacious and airy master bedroom with exposed beams and internal mezzanine balcony overlooking the sitting room.
Outside, this Mold granary cottage benefits from an enclosed patio with woodland views, and the added bonus of a detached games room equipped with an early years play area to keep younger children entertained, along with table football, pool and air hockey table and darts, which are all perfect for older children, whatever the weather outside!
For walkers, explore the 14 acres of varied land, where you will find a charming flooded quarry, a magnet for wildlife which is sometimes visited by buzzards, woodpeckers and kestrels to name but a few, plus you might even catch the odd fish or two!
Alternatively, join the footpath that runs past the cottage and surrounding fields, full of sheep, lambs, cows and calves in the spring and summer months, to access the miles of unspoilt countryside on one of the numerous walking trails, including Offa's Dyke, which runs parallel to the village.
Erdigg National Trust Estate is within easy reach, along with castles to explore, clay pigeon shooting, go karting tracks and indoor climbing.
Nearby, you will also find rivers, fishing lakes, horse riding and bridle tracks for hacking or mountain biking, along with CAMRA award-winning village pubs, meaning there's something for everyone, whether on a family holiday or a romantic break.