Victorian, stone built, Welsh Farmhouse set in just under 8 acres within the beautiful countryside of Flintshire. This is a private, peaceful, countryside location. The main house was built in the 1850’s and extended approximately 40 years ago. Internally it has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, three lounges, one with an original cast iron range, and a kitchen with wood burning stove. Externally, there is a large range of stone barns/stables with a more open wooden section all with corrugated tin roofing. There is also a large workshop of tin construction. The farm offers an imposing presence in the landscape and is surrounded by open countryside, ancient hedgerows and large, mature trees. It nestles on the slopes of Hope Mountain just below the Waun-y-Llyn country Park and above the Coed Talon Marsh wetland/wooded area which has been developed since the closing of the railway line. Coed Talon has a rich industrial history and now has the status as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Birds of Prey such as buzzards and kestrals are to be seen over the fields as well as barn owls, bats, pheasants and hares. There is a rich wildlife population which is being helped by our re-wilding of one of our pastures.
The house is approximately 300 metres from the lane. It is approached via a sweeping driveway, the first part of which is flanked by ancient hedgerows. The driveway comes out into a large yard by the house and barns which offers plenty of parking space. There are no immediate neighbours and it benefits from far reaching views on all sides up to Waun-y-llyn Country Park, across to the Clwydian Hills where Moel Famau can be seen, across Coed Talon and down the valley towards Llanfynydd and Ffrith.
There is a small bmx facility in part of the timber clad barn and a Dirt Jump Bike Track in the top field.