A SPACIOUS four-bedroom house dating back to the 1800's has hit the market in Flintshire.

Previously two stone cottages, Sunny Bank in Holywell offers views towards the Dee Estuary and beyond.

The property was converted into an 'upside down' house around 1975 and still retains some of the original stone walls.

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The property details state it is set in 0.25 acre and located in Pen Y Pylle. It says the property accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance hallway, W.C. & wash room, lounge with 'Juliet' balcony, dining/ sitting room, kitchen/ dining room, utility room. To the lower floor accommodation you will find four double bedrooms, a second utility room, bathroom and shower room.

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A stone pillar opens on to a larger than average driveway which leads to a detached double garage.

To the front of the property is a garden with raised flower beds bound by a stone wall.

A pathway leads to the side where there is a patio/seating area with a gate opening on to a lawn garden bound by hedging and trees.

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This property is available for viewing through William Gleave Estate Agents in Holywell.

It could be yours for a price of £395,000.

To book a viewing through William Gleave, call 01352 385003.