9303743 | Maes Celyn, Northop | £419,950

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Williams Estates are delighted to bring to market a charming four bedroom barn conversion set in the picturesque village of Northop. This beautifully presented property marries original character features with modern touches allowing for spacious and bright living accommodation. A particular feature of the property is the stunning family room which was added in 2014 along with hardwood windows and doors throughout and oozes natural daylight, enjoying spectacular views over the equestrian facility and towards Cheshire & Liverpool. To the front of the property is a driveway providing off road parking for two vehicles while to the rear is a superb landscaped garden enjoying an elevated position and being of substantial size having multiple seating areas, feature pizza oven and timber workshop with lighting and power. The property forms part of an exclusive development with a strong community and viewing is highly encouraged. EPC rating D-64

  • Four bedroom barn conversion
  • Stone built
  • Modern family room
  • Driveway providing off road parking
  • Character features
  • Beautiful views towards Cheshire and Liverpool
  • Large rear garden
  • Spacious kitchen/dining room with granite work surfaces
  • Idyllic village location
  • EPC rating TBC


Hardwood front door with double glazed panels opens into:

Kitchen/Dining Room

25' 1'' max x 14' 0'' (7.64m x 4.26m)

With hardwood double glazed window to the front elevation, tiled flooring, radiators, power points, ceiling lights, built in shelving, USB point, bespoke solid oak kitchen comprising centre island with granite work surfaces, storage cupboards, drawers, units with Fired Earth tiled splash backs, space for range oven, integrated Siemens dishwasher added in 2018, belfast sink with modern chrome mixer tap over, wall units, space and plumbing for a tall standing fridge/freezer, feature opening allowing for plenty of natural daylight and beautiful country views towards the rear elevation, inset spotlighting, wall mounted chalkboard, space for a large family dining room table and chairs, opening through to:

Family Room

19' 3'' x 13' 6'' (5.86m x 4.11m)

Formed from a substantial extension added in 2014 and having oak flooring, hardwood windows to the rear enjoying beautiful countryside views in the direction of Cheshire & Liverpool, hardwood double glazed doors allow for plenty of natural light and allowing access to the rear elevation, two Velux roof windows, double radiator, power points, wall mounted television point and power point, fitted shelving, exposed feature stone wall, Ethernet point, feature pendant lighting, inset spotlighting

Utility Room

6' 3'' x 5' 10'' (1.90m x 1.78m)

With tiled flooring, storage unit with work surface and stainless steel sink over, Worcester gas combi boiler added in 2014, Tado smart heating control, plumbing and space for washing machine, space for tumble drier, further hardwood door to the rear elevation, shelving, extractor, radiator, Ethernet point


With oak flooring, feature turned staircase with storage cupboard beneath, coat hanging space, cupboard housing electric fuse board, smoke alarm, radiator, BT point, inset spotlighting, feature timber beam, hardwood door to the front elevation, door into:

Downstairs Cloakroom

7' 2'' x 2' 10'' (2.18m x 0.86m)

With tiling to half height and feature walls from half height to ceiling, extractor, tiled flooring, wash basin, WC, radiator and lighting

Living Room

23' 4'' max x 14' 3'' (7.11m x 4.34m)

A peaceful living space with double hardwood doors to the rear enjoying beautiful views along with a dual aspect hardwood double glazed windows with deep sills providing natural daylight, oak flooring, radiators, further space ideal for study area, coved ceiling, spotlighting, cast iron log burner set on a stone hearth with Fired Earth tiled backing and oak mantle over, fitted timber shelving, Ethernet point, power points, feature wall, fitted roller blinds to windows

Stairs from the hallway lead to:

First Floor Landing

With loft access hatch, power points, radiator, window to the rear elevation, spot lighting, feature ceiling light, smoke alarm

Master Bedroom

12' 2'' min x 8' 5'' (3.71m x 2.56m)

With lighting, radiator, hardwood window to the front elevation, space for wardrobes, power points, door through to:

En-suite Bathroom

12' 7'' x 7' 5'' (3.83m x 2.26m)

With tiling from floor to ceiling height, long length chrome towel radiator, velux roof window, spotlighting, double walk in shower enclosure with rain shower attachment over, feature vinyl flooring with beach motif, free standing modern bath, soft close WC, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, tiled shelf

Bedroom Two

16' 11'' max x 12' 9'' max (5.15m x 3.88m)

With velux roof window, spot lights, power points, radiator, ethernet point, further window to the rear elevation, space for wardrobes, space for double bed

Bedroom Three

11' 0'' x 9' 8'' (3.35m x 2.94m)

With hardwood window to the front elevation, fitted wardrobes with clothes rail, power points,ceiling light and laminate flooring

Bedroom Four

14' 3'' x 9' 0'' (4.34m x 2.74m)

A double bedroom with dual aspect windows with fitted roller blinds, radiator, space for double bed, fitted wardrobes with clothes rail, Ethernet point, television point, power points

Family Bathroom

With tiled flooring, tiling to half height on walls and full height around shower enclosure, obscured hardwood double glazed windows to the front with deep sill, WC, wash basin, radiator, towel rail, shaver point, inset spotlighting, double walk in shower enclosure with antique style rain attachment over with mixer and additional personal attachment, towel hook, extractor


To the front of the property is a driveway providing parking for two vehicles with low maintenance lawned area.

To the rear of the property is a substantial landscaped garden with tiered paved seating areas occupying an elevated position and enjoying pleasant country views over the nearby equestrian facility and towards Cheshire & Liverpool.

Further benefits include a feature Pizza Oven with attractive timber canopy, rendered log store, outdoor tap and power points and timber workshop with power and lighting.

The garden is mostly lawned and is of a generous size with feature dry stone walling, established shrubs and mature trees providing a private aspect.


From our Mold office continue in the direction of Northop. Once you've reached Northop, at the traffic lights and crossroads turn left and follow the road until seeing Maes Celyn signposted on your left hand side.