Bryn Rossett Farm

Whitchurch, Wrexham, SY13 3BS

Guide Price £1,350,000
Equestrian Property
5 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
1 Kitchen

A superbly equipped equestrian property with 24 acres, excellent family home and ancillary accommodation.


  • 5-bed barn conversion, converted and refurbished to a very high standard
  • GF: reception/dining hall, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, living room and summer room, 4- double
  • FF: galleried landing, large master bedroom, shower en-suite, walk-in wardrobe, hobby room
  • Beautiful gardens with patio areas and feature lake
  • Steel portal framed building with nine Monarch stables, wash bay and solarium
  • Further steel portal framed building with secured tack room, office and stores with 1-bed flat above
  • Indoor arena with sand and fibre surface
  • Outdoor arena with Charles Britton surface
  • 24.18 acres in total with fenced turn-out paddocks
  • Tremendous scope for equestrian use



Distances in approx. miles:
Whitchurch 5m | Malpas 6m | Ellesmere 9m | Wrexham 10m | Chester 23m | Liverpool 50m | Manchester 55m


The property is situated nearby the village of Hamner. The market town of Whitchurch is only a short distance and provides day-to-day amenities and facilities. Good transport links are available to Wrexham and Chester, both of which are renowned for their Roman heritage and amenities. The village of Hamner is located just within the Welsh borders and provides easy access to the endless opportunities to explore the National Parks and attractions of Wales. The village is adjacent to Hamner Mere and Gredington Park and built around the commanding central Church of St Chad\'s. The village has a popular public house, butchers, general store and post office.

On the educational front, there is a large selection of private and state schools in the area. Kings and Queens schools are in easy reach at Chester, whilst there is a primary school within the Village. Ellesemere College has fantastic facilities, whilst Malpas boasts excellent primary and secondary schools.

For the equestrian enthusiasts, the locality is outriding heaven with many quiet country roads surrounding the property, with access to extensive bridleway networks. There are nearby golf courses in Hill Valley and Carden Park, both of which offer gym and spa facilities. Whitchurch Rugby Club is a well-known and friendly club which offers training and match games for all ages.

Bryn Rossett Farm has a private sweeping driveway off the A539. The drive leads up to the front of the property where there is ample parking and turning area. The barn conversion is brick built under a slate roof and offers excellent family accommodation, large garden and surrounding land with beautiful countryside views.

The front door leads into a large galleried reception hallway and at one end is the vaulted dining room with glazed double doors leading onto the patio. Most rooms can be accessed off this hallway and it acts as a divider between the bedrooms and living space.

Off the hallway is a contemporary, modern kitchen with central island and 4 oven AGA with two hobs. The kitchen has a range of wall and ground mounted units with granite surfaces and integrated appliances.

Adjacent to the kitchen is the principal living room with feature fireplace and wood-burner below a galleried first floor landing. The exposed beams and significant natural lights create a great space to relax. Connected to the living room is the sunroom, with glazed roof and double doors leading onto the patio and garden area.

On the other side of the reception hall are four double bedrooms, one with a shower en-suite and three with fitted wardrobes. There is a family bathroom with bath, shower, WC and sink unit.

The staircase in the hallway leads to the first floor, with an impressive galleried landing looking down onto the hallway and living room. To one side is the principal bedroom with shower en-suite and walk in dressing room. To the other side of the landing is the Hobby room, which is a large space and could be used as an office/study or extra bedroom.

At one end of the property is a double garage, perfect for storage or workshop space.

Equestrian Facilities
Bryn Rossett Farm has some outstanding and versatile equestrian facilities, perfect for private use and with potential to operate an equestrian business.

There are two, interconnecting steel portal framed buildings. One contains nine, 12 x 14 Monarch boxes, wash bay and plenty of storage space. The second currently has four timber framed stables and roller-shutter doors to two elevations. This building also has a secured tack and feed room, office and WC. Above this secured area is a 1-bed leisure flat/office with kitchen/living area and bathroom.

Adjacent to these buildings is another steel portal framed building which contains a 35m x 21m indoor arena. This is an excellent facility and allows for all year riding and turnout.

The outdoor arena is 60m x 30m with a Charles Britton surface. This is a high-quality arena with excellent views over the surrounding countryside.

In total, there are 24.18 acres of land, of which the fields are splits into grazing paddocks and cutting/mowing fields. The majority of land has water connected.


Local authority: Wrexham Council
EPC rating C


Strictly by appointment with Jackson Property 01948 666695 or 01743 709249.

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