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4 Bed Period Stone Farmhouse, scope to set up with 2 Bed self contained annexe
GF: Kitchen, Utility, Garden Room, Living Room, Hallway, Lounge, Study, Sitting Room, Shower Room
FF: 4 dbl Beds, Family Bathroom & Shower Room.
Range of Outbuildings & Equestrian Facilities
12 Stables, Tack & Feed Room, Hay Barn, Workshop, Stores
Approx. 40m x 20m Manege
Pontybodkin 1.5m | Hope 3m | Mold 6m | Wrexham 8m | Chester 14m | Corwen 20m | Oswestry 21m | Liverpool 27m | Manchester 53m
Cae Glas, believed to date back in part to 1850, is situated in a picturesque rural setting with some delightful views to be enjoyed from the property’s elevated position. The original Farmhouse has been extended, modernised & refurbished whilst retaining many period features. The farmhouse is currently arranged as one property with 4 Bedrooms & 3 Bath / Shower rooms, however, it has previously been used to offer a 1 or 2 Bed self contained annex facility which could easily be reinstated to provide accommodation for dependant relative, teenagers, groom etc as required.
Externally, a sweeping driveway leads up to the property off a country lane, into a spacious yard area. Gardens & a small Orchard sit to the side of the property. There is a useful range of multi-purpose outbuildings and equestrian facilities. These will have scope for a range of alternative uses subject to Planning Permission.
The equestrian facilities offer a total of up to 12 Stables, of varying sizes, Tack & Feed Room, a Hay Barn, Workshop & other store areas. The Manege measures approximately 40m x 20m, being post and rail perimeter fenced, with a silica sand and rubber surface. This has not been used for some time and will need some renovation works.
The land is within a ring fence of approximately 8 acres surrounding the property. There are numerous gently sloping grass paddocks for turnout, some woodland and a small pond.
The outbuildings and equestrian facilities are not being fully utilised by the vendor and will benefit from some upgrading & reinstatement.
The nearest village of Pontybodkin provides a wide range of facilities catering for most daily needs; the village is within the catchment area of the noted secondary school Castell Alun at Hope. The property is also conveniently placed for access towards Wrexham, Mold & Chester where a wider range of shopping/ leisure facilities and secondary school education are on offer.
The A483 Wrexham bypass J4 is approx. 7m away & provides excellent dual carriage way links to the North West Conurbations of Chester, Liverpool, Manchester & to North Wales Coast.
Accommodation (all measurements are approximate)
Rear entrance door (from yard) to:
Utility – Stable door, tiled floor, base units with work top and stainless steel sink, space for fridge/freezer, storage cupboard with shelving either side, houses central heating boiler.
Kitchen – tiled floor, range of base and wall mounted units, double sink with mixer tap, dual windows to front and rear elevation, Rangemaster Cooker with 5 ring gas hob, electric oven & extractor hood, timber work tops, Multi Fuel burning stove, radiator.
Garden Room – double patio doors out to front garden, radiator, stairs to first floor level; Beds 3&4.
Sitting Room/Annexe – open plan sitting room with small kitchenette in corner with stainless steel sink, space for washing machine, wall mounted units, 4 windows, 2 radiators.
Shower Room – low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower, window to rear elevation, radiator, vinyl floor.
Living Room – feature fireplace with slate hearth and surround, traditional bread oven, 2 x radiators, duel aspect windows.
Front Hallway -front door from garden, radiator, stairs to first floor level, doors through to:
Snug – patio doors to front garden, window to side elevation overlooking paddocks and land, feature fireplace with slate hearth and pine mantle, radiator.
Large archway through to Study with timber effect laminate floor, dual aspect windows to rear and side elevations, radiator.
Stairs to first floor landing
Master Bedroom – space for double bed & large wardrobes either side of chimney breast, dual aspect windows to front and rear elevation, 2 x radiators.
Bedroom Two – space for double bed, feature fireplace with ornate surround, radiator, window to front elevation overlooking paddocks and drive.
Family bathroom -pine varnished floor, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, roll top bath with claw feet, hand held shower fitting off mixer tap, window to side elevation and rear, radiator.
Accessed via separate stairs from Garden Room lead to:
Bedroom Three – space for double bed, dual aspect dormer windows to front and rear, radiator, small door through to attic space housing the water tank and immersion. Space for built in wardrobe.
Bedroom Four – space for double bed, dual aspect dormer windows plus side window with views, laminate floor, radiator.
Shower Room – low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower within eaves, timber floor.
The property is approached via sweeping driveway, off a country lane. Gardens & a small Orchard sit to the side of the farmhouse.
Outbuildings / Stable Yard
Stable Building – stone built with timber A frame ceiling timbers and steel corrugated sheet roof covering. Building contains:
Two Stables 5.96m x 4.63m with timber petition wall to divide the two stables.
Stable Three 3.7m x 5.86m
Tack Room/Feed Room/Storage space. Total 8.6m x 5.62m, a mezzanine level above, the lockable steel door tack room
Stable Four 3.12m x 3.7m (Within main section of Tack, Feed & Storage Room above)
Concrete block work partition walls sectioning off from the above section.
Stable Five 4.4m x 5.8m
Stable Six 4.3m x 5.5m
Timber Framed Area continuation of Stone Building, housing four sectional units 4.5m x 6.4m each. Overall length 18.2m Currently used as 3 stables and a Haybarn.
Further section to the end of this building providing further storage area.
Portal Framed Agricultural Building (6.32m x 13.5m. Minimum Eaves Height 5.14m) with concrete floor, steel and timber frame, breeze block walling to one side, steel box sectional profile cladding. Currently used as workshop/storage, has steel cross sectional beams with potential for mezzanine floor. There is a Lean-to off, housing three stables and two open fronted storage areas.
Stable One 3.3m x 3.1m
Stable Two 3.3m x 3.2m
Two open fronted stables total measurement 3.3m x 6.7m
Stable Three 2.95m x 3.3m
Further timber storage space extension to the rear of this shed.
Manege – 20m x 40m silica sand and rubber surface, post and rail perimeter fencing, in need of refurbishment. .
The land measure approximately 7.8 acres, in a ring fence surrounding the property. There are numerous gently sloping grass post and rail fenced paddocks that are used for equestrian turnout.
Wrexham CBC: 01978 292000
Council Tax Band F
Mains electricity, Spring / Well water.
Private Drainage via septic tank.
LPG for Cooker only.
Oil fired central heating.
Double Glazed Windows & Doors throughout.
From the Village of Llanfynydd, go passed the post office on your left and the Cross Keys pub on your right hand side, follow through the village for approximately half a mile and as you are about to exit the village, turn right at the cross roads (there will be a bus stop on the left). Stay on this country lane for approximately 1.5 miles, the road will bare left after about a quarter of a mile, continue on where the road bares left again. The entrance to the property will be found on the left hand side, down onto the track which leads up to the property, indicated by a Jackson Equestrian sign and property name on the entrance.
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.