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In its original form the Old School in Llanferres was a ‘U’ shaped building until its transformation into what we see today. Currently it is configured into 4 dwellings, two side by side facing the main road and two more making up the arms of the ‘U’, leaving a communal space in the centre giving access to each individual ‘front’ door. Llanferres is a small village on the main road from Mold to Ruthin, about half a mile past the Loggerheads Country Park. As such it is ideally positioned to capitalise on the thriving tourist industry enjoyed in the locality.
A drive leads to the rear of the home where we find the allocated parking spaces; two to each dwelling. Looking into the approach to the front doors, number one lies in the arm on the right with its doorway in the centre of the elevation.
Opening the attractively decorated and semi glazed door we find ourselves opposite the foot of the stairs with the lounge to our left. This is a large and comfortable room, from where a picture window overlooks a side access path and beneath which sits the first of the home’s modern electric storage heaters. However supplementing this heat source there is a large chimney breast with a very attractive Victorian style fireplace simply begging for the crackle of an open fire.
Passing the stairs towards the other side of the home we find the kitchen where another electric storage heater provides the warmth. This has two features that will appeal, in that it is firstly enormous which makes it ideal as a kitchen/diner and secondly, has a set of French doors opening onto the rear car park. The downside is that as this home is being sold as the result of it having been repossessed, the majority of the fittings have been removed. However the upside is that any buyer has a clean sheet of paper on which to design their own dream, free from any preconceptions.
Climbing the stairs the landing forms a ‘T’ junction where, turning right we discover the bathroom. This has been beautifully fitted out with quality flooring and wall tiles but has sadly suffered a fair amount of abuse. Having said that, it is not beyond redemption, so the choice between renewal and refurbishment is yours. The suite currently in place comprises a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and large walk in shower tray with a stylish curved glass screen and electric shower unit.
Next door to here is the smaller of the two bedrooms. This is a comfortably sized double room with lovely views across open fields towards Loggerheads, and a large dual purpose airing cupboard, also offering the hanging space of a fitted wardrobe. Heating comes once again from an electric storage heater. There is also a useful storage cupboard above the adjacent stairwell, accessed via a strange looking Hobbit sized door set into the wall at chest height. Strange, but useful.
Beyond the stairs lies the master bedroom. This is a huge room, mirroring as it does the lounge beneath and offers very pleasing views towards Ruthin. Predictably the heat is provided by another storage heater, making five in total though if a log burner were to be fitted in the lounge, how necessary they would be is open to debate. This would also negate any detrimental cost implications in the day to day running of the home.