Cimwch Farm

Trefachan Road, Afonwen CH7 5US


Sale Agreed

Equestrian Property with land, menage and stables and the added benefit of an annex.


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This substantial property occupies an elevated position with
unrivalled rural views and offers spacious accommodation
comprising of a 2 Bedroom character farmhouse, attached self
contained 1 Bedroom annex and further 2 Bedroom detached
cottage, all with private gardens and parking.
The property also benefits from a large timber built stable block,
tack room and workshop together with a menage.
To the front lies a small well fenced paddock with a further three
paddocks to the rear, the property in total amounting to just under
5 acres. The property is approached via a quiet country lane and
abuts the open countryside.
The annex and cottage are currently let and provide an excellent
income, if required the annex could be easily adapted to provide
additional accommodation to the main house or indeed would also
be ideally suited for holiday letting.
Viewing essential to appreciate this versatile rural property.
The property occupies an elevated position and is accessed via a
quiet country lane therefore enjoying an excellent level of privacy
and tranquility and benefiting from glorious views of the
surrounding countryside. The nearby villages of Nannerch and
Caerwys both offer excellent local amenities including convenience
stores, inns, primary schools and restaurants with the larger centre
of Mold providing more comprehensive facilities.
From Denbigh take the A541 Mold Road, proceed through the
village of Afonwen and take the right hand turning shortly after
leaving Afonwen, proceed over the small stone bridge and continue
along this lane where Cimwch Farm can be found at the end on
the right.
The main farmhouse dates back to the 1800s and offers well
appointed and spacious accommodation over two floors. The
property is presented in an excellent state of decorative repair and
order and retains a wealth of original features.
In brief, the accommodation comprises of Entrance Porch, Living
Room with beamed ceilings and impressive inglenook fireplace
housing a multi fuel stove, spacious Kitchen/Diner with separate
Utility Room and downstairs WC, ground floor Bedroom and
Bathroom and First Floor Master Bedroom with En Suite Facilities.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating and UPVC
double glazing.
The adjoining annex could if required be easily adapted to provide
additional accommodation to the main house.
The property enjoys extensive gardens which give direct access to
the stables and menage.
The annex adjoins the main farmhouse and enjoys completely self
contained 1 bedroom accommodation, ideally suited for holiday or
long term letting or indeed which could, if required, be easily
adapted to provide additional accommodation to the main
residence. The accommodation provides Conservatory, Lounge,
Kitchen, Bathroom and Large Double Bedroom and the property
enjoys private gardens and superb views.
The cottage is detached from the main residence and enjoys
spacious private gardens to the front and parking to the rear. The
accommodation is one one level and briefly comprises Entrance
Porch, Lounge, Kitchen, separate Cloakroom, 2 Bedrooms and
Situated conveniently close to the main residence lies a timber
built stable block under a pitched roof which comprises of three
loose boxes each measuring 3.595m x 3.515m and attached leanto
feed store. Adjacent lies a brick built tack rom measuring
4.738m x 2.697m and benefiting from power and lighting together
with attached block built workshop.
98’5” × 49’2” (30 × 15)
With sillicone sand surface and timber fencing.
The main residence, the Annex and Cimwch Cottage all benefit
from their own private and enclosed garden areas comprising of
lawned and paved gardens all enjoying superb rural views.
lawned and paved gardens all enjoying superb rural views.
The land lies mainly to the rear of the residence and comprises of
three good sized paddocks of level and gently sloping pastureland
and there is a further useful paddock to the front and adjacent to
the menage.
Mains electricity, natural water supply, private drainage. Oil fired
central heating to the main residence.
None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating
installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and
no warranty is given as to their working ability. Interested parties
should satisfy themselves as to the condition and adequacy of all
such services and or installations prior to committing themselves
to a purchase.
Messrs Jones Peckover for themselves and for the vendors or
lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that:- 1.
The particulars are set out as a general outline only for the
guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute,
nor constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions,
dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for
use and occupation, and other details are given without
responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not
rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must
satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness
of each of them. 3. No person in the employment or Messrs Jones
Peckover has the authority to make or give any representation or
warranty whatever in relation to this property.

Rhos Uchaf Hall,
Large equestrian property with land stables & barn

"Matthew from JP Equestrian was very au fait with equestrian property sales and quickly found a buyer. The buyer did not want to pay the full asking price; rather than move on Matthew negotiated a compromise that both parties were happy with."

Mr & Mrs Greaves

Mulberry House,
Extensive stabling and 20 acres

"JP Equestrian handled the sale of the house and farmland in a very professional and effective way. Their knowledge of both the residential and agricultural market in Clwyd and North Wales is both exceptional and invaluable. They handled the viewings and sale very well and the final outcome through to completion was very well executed. They did a first class job."

Jonathan Baines