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GF: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Living Room, Open plan Kitchen /Dining Room, Utility, Cloakroom/Boot Room/WC, Conservatory,
Games Room, Study, WC , Sauna, Gym. FF: Landing, 4 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Dressing Room
Large south facing Patio area extending to Garden; Garden Stores.
Extensive range of flexible Outbuildings with scope for a host of alt. uses (sub. To PP).
Excellent Eq. facilities inc: American Barn with 7 Stables & Feed room leading to covered hard standing/rear conc. Collecting
40m x 20m Outdoor Arena, P & R fenced. CCTV, Wi-Fi & IP cabling to the outbuildings.
St. Martins 2m | Gobowen 2m | Oswestry 5m | Ellesmere 7m | Wrexham 12m | Shrewsbury 20m |Chester 24m | Liverpool 50m
Bron Y Gadfa is situated in a delightful, tranquil, rural location between Ellesmere & Oswestry. There are some fine views available around the property but particularly to the rear across its own land a beyond.
Gobowen (2miles) lies on the A5/A483 roads between London and Holyhead. The village has regular bus links with Oswestry, St Martins, Ellesmere and Wrexham. The railway station is served by Arriva Trains Wales with regular trains connecting to Wrexham, Chester, Shrewsbury, Holyhead and North Wales Coast, Cardiff and Birmingham. The village has shops, medical facilities and schools. Local tourist attractions include Park Hall Countryside Experience, Chirk Castle, Whittington Castle and the Shropshire Union Canal.
The market towns of Oswestry & Ellesmere offer an extensive variety of educational, recreational and leisure facilities with the medieval county town of Shrewsbury being within easy commuting distance via the A5. There are good road connections north to Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool via the A483/A5 and south/east to Shrewsbury, Telford & the Midlands, also via the A5.
International airports are within reasonable motoring distance at both Manchester, Liverpool & Birmingham.
Good schooling is available locally at Oswestry School (5m), Moreton Hall School (3.5m), Ellesmere College (7m), North Shropshire College Campus (14m).
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital is sited nearby.
On top of the superb on site equestrian facilities there is some good outriding available via the local country lanes and bridleway network. Furthermore, the nearby Brynkinalt Estate offers via a membership an opportunity to ride around their designated internal tracks and forestry. Equestrian enthusiasts can enjoy trail hunting with North Shropshire or Sir Watkins Williams Wynn Hunts & Horseracing at the nearby Bangor on Dee or Chester Racecourses.
The farmhouse has been recently extended & refurbished to provide superb 4/5 bedroom family accommodation whilst retaining multiple period features including decorative bedroom fireplaces, exposed beams & timbers. The house in brief comprises at ground floor an Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Living Room, Open plan Kitchen / Dining Room, Utility/ Back Kitchen, Cloakroom, Boot Room, WC x 2, Study, Games Room, Sauna, Gym & at first floor 4 double Bedrooms, a family Bathroom & Dressing room.
Externally, the property has a gated front parking sweep for cars and three rear access points to numerous extensive yard areas and the Outbuildings. The Gardens lie principally to the side of the house across from an extensive patio off the Conservatory. The extensive traditional brick range of Outbuildings & Workshops are a particular feature of this property with considerable scope for a host of alternative uses subject to relevant planning permission.
The Equestrian facilities principally comprise American Barn style stabling for 7 horses (with scope for more), Tack Room, Feed Room, rear Collecting area, Field Shelters, a 40m x 20m post and rail fenced Manege. In all about 6 acres; numerous post and rail fenced paddocks & automatic water drinker.
Entrance Porch with quarry tiled floor and covered canopy style porch with an 1882 dated stone above the door.
Entrance Hall with original decorative quarry tiled floor, original coving, stairs rising to the first floor with spindled bannisters and uPVC door to the front.
Sitting Room with large window to the front, picture rail, original coving and tiled open fireplace with open fire.
Living Room with large window to the front, cast iron multi-fuel burner fireplace.
Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Living Room with tiled floor, beamed ceiling, throughout; the Dining Living area has a marble fireplace with inset gas fire, door to Cellar & French doors to Conservatory.
The Kitchen Area has a central island unit with Breakfast Bar & range of base and wall units in cream shaker style with display cabinets, 1 ½ bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, a Leisure range stove with gas hob & electric warming plate, space for the fridge and Neff integral dishwasher.
There is access to the Cellar off the kitchen.
Conservatory, Games Room, Office, WC & Sauna are superb recent additions by the vendors, off the Kitchen.
Conservatory with tiled floor, space for Dining table, French doors out to a large Patio area and the Gardens. There is a connecting door to the
Games Room (Conservatory Extension) with tiled floor, providing flexible accommodation space.
Study / Office with tiled floor & desk space.
WC & Sauna, there is a connecting door from the Sauna area to the adjoining Outbuilding that the vendors currently use as a Gym.
Utility, with base and wall units, royal Rayburn, tiled flooring, window & door to the rear, plumbing for washing machine, 1 ½ bowl sink and mixer tap and built in storage cupboard.
Boot Room / Cloakroom, off the Utility & with back yard door, with quarry tiled floor, sink, Worcester boiler, two windows to the rear and WC off.
Landing with spindled bannisters, half landing & window to the front.
There are 4 well proportioned, double bedrooms, all with decorative period fireplaces, a Family Bath & Shower Room & a Dressing Room (or 5th Bedroom)
To the front the property is approached via double wrought iron gates onto a gravelled parking sweep for several cars. There is further gated access to the rear yard areas via a side lane. The yard areas are concrete around the barns, with a large hardstanding area providing excellent access to the bottom paddocks and decent parking and turning areas for multiple vehicles.
There is a spacious lawned garden to the side with a feature mature Monkey Puzzle tree & perimeter hedging. The garden is accessed from the patio and Conservatory.
American Barn with concrete floor & central passageway, 7 Stables, Feed Room, recently re-roofed. There is a single bay open sided extension to the rear that leads out to a concrete surfaced area housing a double Field Shelter and offers direct access to the paddocks.
Adjoining the American Barn is a covered yard area offering good storage for vehicles, farm machinery, bedding or spectator area to the Manege, as required.
Outdoor Arena, 40m x 20m, recently installed, with silica sand and flexi fibre surface, post and rail perimeter fencing.
Tack Room of timber construction with window & door.
Outbuildings (refer to outbuilding floor plan for identification)
A brick built garage with double timber doors, adjoining small Log/ Coal store off and Store 6 a small brick built twin storey outbuilding.
Garden Store Room with power and light connected. This is an ideal space for storage of garden furniture and garden equipment.
Adjoining the house & accessed from the house via the hall near the Sauna area.
Store 4 & 5
These are two workshop areas; Store 4 has a first floor that is set up for use as an outside office.
An L-shaped detached single storey outbuilding, divided into 3 sections, situated in the rear yard & as such it would offer the most privacy for any potential conversion.
The extensive range of outbuildings currently provides excellent workshop and storage space; they feature an array of superb beams and exposed timbers, the vendors report they are fully IP cabled, have CCTV & WiFi hubs. As stated previously they do offer tremendous scope to explore other uses such as holiday lets, equestrian tourism, annexed residential, offices, workshops, additional stabling etc (all subject to any relevant planning consents).
In all approx. 6 acres; there are multiple post and rail fenced grass paddocks with access from the Stables & with automatic water drinker to the paddocks.
Mains electricity & water.
Private drainage via septic tank.
Oil fired central heating; Rayburn contributes to the Hot Water.
Double glazed uPVC windows throughout.
At the Oswestry roundabout (A5), take the sign for Gobowen. Drive through the village to the next small roundabout and take the second exit signposted for St Martins (B0069). Continue out of Gobowen to an S bend, slow down up the hill and take a right turn sign posted Rhos y Gadfa.
Then take the next left turn sign posted Rhos y Gadfa, there is a large duck pond on the right hand side. Take the next left turn (no through road sign, red brick house opposite). Head down this road until you reach Bron y Gadfa Farm (red brick house) in front of you (bearing to the right) with black wrought iron gates on red brick pillars. You will see a large monkey tree in the garden. Continue past the house down a lane and take the next entrance on the right where there is ample parking.
From North East/Liverpool/Chester/North Wales
Head towards Chester/Wrexham on the A55. Turn right onto the A483 sign posted Wrexham/Oswestry. Continue towards Oswestry until you reach Moreton roundabout (Moreton Park can be seen on the right with garden centre, hotel and restaurant). Take the first left exit sign posted; St Martins/Overton/Ellesmere/Gobowen (B5070). Drive for approximately a mile and turn right when you see a signpost for Gobowen. Drive for approximately 0.7 of a mile (over the bridge, up a short hill where you will see sign post for slow down, horses crossing). Take the next left – Sign posted Rhos y Gadfa/Ebnal. Take the next left again at the pond, following signs for Rhos y Gadfa/Ebnal. Then the next left turn sign posted no through road. At the end of the road, you will see Bron y Gadfa on the right hand side, with black iron gates hung on brick pillars.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.