A stunning Georgian family home, with gardens, outbuildings and wonderful views over the Dee Estuary and beyond Beautiful Georgian family home Stunning estuary views Reception rooms include a morning room and study Spacious kitchen and dining room Fantastically proportioned bedrooms over two floors Useful outbuildings Sweeping gravel turning circle Chester is within a 30 minute drive The location of Bryn Madyn Hall has a fascinating history, involving Welsh forces and battlefields in the 12th century. The current building is Georgian with the accommodation over three floors. The back door opens into a small hallway with the utility room with plenty of...storage, adjoining guest cloakroom and a door into the spacious kitchen dining room. With tiled flooring throughout, the kitchen has a range cooker, central island with storage, butler's sink and dresser units for storage. The dining area has space for a large dining table, and two windows to the rear, making the room light and airy. Doors from the kitchen lead to both the morning room, with a bay window and wonderful views over the garden to the Dee Estuary, and to the central hall, from where the sitting room is accessed and an extensive cellar. The sitting room has a unique dual-sided central fireplace, a door out to the garden, and bay window with estuary and garden views. Stairs lead up to a mezzanine study, and then up to the first and second floors. The first floor comprises the principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a large mezzanine balcony. The second floor has three further double bedrooms, a large family bathroom and a dressing room - which could be a playroom or further office. Bryn Madyn Hall is approached off a quiet country lane via a wide gateway onto a gravel turning circle. There is a stable block with storage to the side of the gardens, and flat lawn with shrubs and box hedging surrounding the house. The original front door has a beautiful climbing rose growing up over the portico and across the bay windows of the morning and sitting rooms. Mature trees provide shade for seating areas, and hedging separates the lawn from further gardens, sloping down to adjoining farm land with woodland to one side and very special views out over the Dee Estuary and across to The Wirral and beyond.
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