This stunning and unique 17th century property in Northop has gone on the market for £735,000.
The Grade II listed detached house has been restored and refurbished while retaining its original features.
It is a house full of character and history and located within beautifully landscaped gardens.
The property also comes with outbuildings including a former coach house, a small barn, workshop and garage.
As the house featured on BBC’s House Detectives, the owners have the full history of the property.
The oak staircase is circa 1620 to 1640 and has been developed to reflect the styles through the ages with a variety of period features.
The reception hall has a high ceiling with exposed beam and an historic staircase to the first floor.
The drawing room has brick lined chimney breast with tiled hearth and a fine polished granite fire surround and mantle with coal effect gas stove.
The kitchen is fitted with a bespoke range of cupboards and drawers, and has Georgian style windows and ceramic tile flooring.
There are six bedrooms at the property, two of which are en-suite.
You will also find a dining room, morning room, snug, utility, cloakroom, cellar and three more bathrooms.
This property is up for sale via Cavendish Ikin in Mold.