THIS INCREDIBLE four-bedroom home - dating back to the 17th century - is up for sale in Flintshire.

Estate agents Fisher German are asking for £875,000 for Plas Onn, which is situated at Nercwys near Mold.

A sympathetically restored 17th century country residence, it has many features synonymous with a Georgian period property.

Steeped in history, Plas Onn is an imposing country residence that has been methodically restored to provide an accommodating family home, with extensive private gardens and remarkable views.

A grand stone column fronted veranda opens into a spacious entrance vestibule, leading to the bright and airy drawing room which is undoubtedly the heart of the home.

To the rear of the drawing room stairs rise to a further sitting room, this area is perfect for a quieter setting, with a further woodburning stove set in the corner of the room.

Another particular feature of note within this room, is the stone mullion window, overlooking the swimming pool.

Back into the drawing room and to the rear of the room, an inner hallway leads into the kitchen, which is well stocked with floor and wall mounted units beneath a hard wood worktop throughout.

A grand staircase rises to the first-floor landing, providing access into all principal rooms.

The principal suite has been tastefully designed, with a sloping roof to the front aspect and a Velux window, flooding the room with natural light.

There are a further two completed bedrooms on the first floor, the second bedroom is light and spacious with vaulted ceilings, built-in wardrobes and Victorian cast-iron fireplace.

The third is currently utilised as a home office but is large enough to function as a bedroom.

Finally, set at the end of the hall is a room ripe for conversion, currently the room has been taken back to stone, but would make a fantastic principal or guest suite as the room benefits from a storage area and en suite shower room.

Externally, the property is approached by twin entrances, both of which are behind ornate stone pillars and gates.

The driveway flows to a large parking area, which affords space for numerous vehicles. A short stone wall runs along the perimeter of an open expanse of lawn, which has been neatly presented and planted with several giant sequoia trees, these form part of the history of the residence, having been imported from California in 1860. 

Plas Onn benefits from some remarkable gardens, most of which are set to the rear.

Directly off the back of the property is a wonderful entertaining area, set within the middle is the external swimming pool.

Directly behind the pool are external showers and changing areas, a covered area that is ideal for a sheltered barbecue setting and a sunroom, with a turret room and balcony above.

Off the pool area is a raised patio, which has been laid with limestone paving and granite cobbles, this area leads to a gravel path, providing access into the properties cellar and a hidden garden, that hosts a green house, trampoline, mud kitchen and log store.

Returning to the pool area, and to the right-hand side, is a further expanse of lawn with a raised bank and summer house. This area is particularly private and has been used to host numerous family parties and events.

The final section of garden is a large paddock area, set behind the main residence. This area of land is an expansive area of pastureland that rises to a mature wooded section at its summit, this area also acts as the rear boundary and concludes the external aspect of the property.