Old Pen Rhewl Chapel has been converted to create a truly unique family home, cleverly combining all the conveniences of modern living with a wealth of retained character features including high ceilings, ornate coving, wooden flooring and gothic windows, some featuring original stained glass.
The ground floor accommodation is accessed via original double doors into an entrance hall. The extensive double height drawing room with wooden flooring, woodburning stove, and four original frescos has a wooden-floored quire mezzanine, currently configured as a dining area.
There is a large sitting room and a wellproportioned study, both with wooden flooring, a spacious panelled games room with exposed beams, and a generous triple aspect double height kitchen/breakfast room with garden access. The kitchen has a range of bespoke wall and floor units with granite worktops, a large central island and breakfast bar, and modern integrated appliances including a range cooker.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large bedroom with built-in storage and a contemporary en suite shower room. The first floor is accessed via twin staircases and offers a spacious master bedroom with large en suite bathroom featuring twin sinks and a freestanding bath, two further wellproportioned bedrooms, and an extensive family bathroom with a freestanding bath, separate walk-in shower and steam room.<br /><br />Rhewl Mostyn is a small village located just off the A548 coast road, that offers excellent walking, cycling and horse riding opportunities. The village provides a range of day-to-day amenities while a wider range of independent and national stores can be found in the neighbouring market town of Holywell, Flint and Mold.
Mold holds the distinction of being the first cittaslow (slow food town) in Wales and 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.
Ideal for the commuter, the village is situated near to Junction 31 of the A55 North Wales Expressway, with excellent links to the main motorway networks and key regional centres in both Wales and England.
The area offers access to a number of state and independent schools, including Ysgol Bryn Pennant cp and Holywell High School, together with the independent Myddelton College and Ruthin School.<br /><br />The property is separated from the road by
original iron railings and is accessed through
twin stone pillars. A paved forecourt provides
private parking for multiple vehicles and
access to a paved terrace. The garden features
flowerbeds and level lawn. There is a lovely
summerhouse for relaxing and a paved terrace
for entertaining and outdoor dining.
There is a separate pedestrian gate at the rear
approaching the door to the kitchen/breakfast