Family space forms the heart of this spectacular detached home. On the ground floor there is an impressive 28ft open-plan kitchen/breakfast/family room, where French doors lead onto the garden. The separate lounge also features French doors leading out into the garden, making it another perfect area in which to unwind at the end of the day. Upstairs you’ll find an exceptional master bedroom with en suite and three further double bedrooms together with a family bathroom.
If you are raising a young family, access to a good education is key. There are plenty of outstanding primary schools nearby including Mountain Lane C.P. School, Southdown C.P., St Johns the Baptist V.A. Primary School, Ysgol Derwen and Ysgol Penyffordd. In addition, Elfed High School and Castell Alun High School are easily accessible. There are also bus links to both of the private schools located in Chester.
Ideally located in North Wales between Chester and Wrexham, Penyffordd has great transport links to North Wales and the North West. With bus, rail and road links to Chester and Wrexham and close proximity to the A55 expressway through North Wales, Penyffordd provides the perfect balance between city and country living. It is also less than a 20-minute bus ride away from Chester where you can catch a train to larger cities like Liverpool, Manchester and London with ease. This allows you to visit larger cities with ease to enjoy a broader spectrum of nightlife and entertainment.
With a host of local eateries to choose from, Penyffordd is home to some delicious foodie finds. The Millstone Bar & Restaurant is independent and family-owned, serving modern seasonal dishes with fresh ingredients & local produce. Jemoleys Cafe and Ceramic Studio serves homemade breakfast, brunch, lunch and cakes and offers ceramic painting and takeaway. While the Red Lion Penyffordd is a typical local pub serving Sunday lunch pub grub favourite. If you wanted to venture further afield, Penyffordd is not far from Chester where there are a wider selection of restaurants and cafes to choose from.
As a small, family-friendly village, Penyffordd provides a real community feel. There are plenty of social activities including both tennis and football clubs for adults and children, a youth club, bowling, a skate park, allotments, ballroom dancing, pilates and much more. In addition, there are also yearly events including a village carnival, bonfire and firework display, remembrance parade, Santa Dash and Christmas carol concerts. There are also plenty of rural walking paths for you to explore the great outdoors as well as the seaside, mountains, rivers, forests and castles on the doorstep.