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Mold Road
Property Type: Detached House
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 2
Reception Rooms: 3

Property Features

  • Detached Property
  • Listed Building
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Many Original Features
  • 15th Century Building
  • Calor Gas Heating
  • Private Location
  • Paddock & Stables



Northop Hall is a listed building built in the 15th century.
Situated in a private location the property is entered via a lane off Mold Road, the property has a gated entrance and is set within large grounds.
There is another hall in Mold called the Tower House which is the same design as this.

Briefly comprising entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen/diner, two further reception rooms, five bedrooms one with en-suite and family bathroom.


Please be advised most of our photos are taken with a wide angle lens which can sometimes make the appearance of rooms look bigger. The aim is not to mislead but to show as much of the room off as possible. Prior to viewing we advise you to refer to the room measurements.

Entrance Hall

Entrance door into hallway, with tiled flooring, ceiling light, radiator, stairs to first floor.

Kitchen/ Diner

23' 4" by 13' 10" (7m 12cm by 4m 22cm)

Spacious kitchen with grey wall and base units with contrasting worktops, stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine & dishwasher, space for American fridge/freezer, space for range oven with extractor over. Tiled flooring, radiator, two ceiling lights with fans, tiled splashbacks, double glazed window and door to side patio area, fireplace with wooden beams and log burner.

The size of the kitchen allows plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs.

Arched doorway into original part of the property.


13' 3" by 13' 11" (4m 3cm by 4m 24cm)

Large double glazed window, ceiling light, wooden flooring, original feature fireplace.

Stairs/ Landing

Carpet to stairs, large open plan landing with ceiling light, large double glazed window, radiator. Stairs and doorway off landing to original part of the property.

Bedroom One

8' 9" by 13' 8" (2m 67cm by 4m 17cm)

Fitted carpet, ceiling light, double glazed window, radiator, walk in wardrobe, doorway through to en-suite.

En Suite

White suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and corner shower cubicle with glass screen. Ceiling light, tiled flooring, radiator.

Bedroom Two

13' 2" by 8' 2" (4m 2cm by 2m 49cm)

Fitted carpet, radiator, ceiling light, double glazed window.

Bedroom Three

6' 7" by 16' 3" (2m 1cm by 4m 96cm)

Fitted carpet, ceiling light, double glazed window.


White suite comprising WC, wash hand basin with built in storage, bath and shower cubicle with glass screen. Tiled flooring, ceiling light, double glazed window.

The original part of the property has recently undergone a scheme of renovation works including new floors, ceilings, skirting boards and plastering.

Ground Floor Room One

14' 3" by 14' 8" (4m 35cm by 4m 47cm)

Large room which would be an ideal space for a lounge with views over the land, the original brick work within these rooms allows the 15th Century character to stay within the property, double glazed window & French doors onto garden.

Ground Floor Room Two

25' 10" by 14' 6" (7m 88cm by 4m 42cm)

Original brick work, fireplace with log burner. Spiral stairscase from this room leads to the first floor.

First Floor Room One

17' 4" by 29' (5m 28cm by 8m 84cm)

Large room which would be an ideal master bedroom with views over the land. Double glazed windows, ceiling light.

First Floor Room Two

16' 11" by 15' 1" (5m 16cm by 4m 60cm)

Further good sized room with double glazed windows, ceiling light, space for fireplace.


12' 4" by 13' 11" (3m 76cm by 4m 25cm)

Good sized cellar providing plenty of storage space.


To the front of the property there is a large parking area and lawned areas with a variety of bushes.

To the left side of the property there is further land and raised flagged patio area.

To the right side of the property there is a lane which leads up to further land, stables and paddock.

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