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GF: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Utility, Cloakroom, Dining Room, Conservatory, Study.
FF: Master Bedroom with Dressing Room, 3 further double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom
Two detached Stable blocks, 6 Stables, Tack & Feed Room.
60m x 20m woodchip Manege, P & R perimeter fenced. General purpose Agricultural storage building.
2 Detached Stone Outbuildings, scope for alt. uses (sub to PP – Holiday Lets / Ancillary Accom.).
Coedpoeth 1.5m |Wrexham 5m | Mold 9m | Chester 16m |Oswestry 17m |Liverpool 43m | Manchester 56m
Cae Glas Farm occupies a fantastic elevated location, just above the village of Minera, from where magnificent & far reaching panoramic views can be enjoyed primarily to a southerly aspect, but also of the attractive surrounding countryside.
The local villages of Minera & Coedpoeth provide local amenities & primary school education. 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. 4m away & provides excellent dual carriage way links to the North West Conurbations of Chester, Liverpool, Manchester & to North Wales Coast.
The property is well situated for many leisure activities such as walking, biking & horse riding being within close proximity to the Snowdonia National Park which presents the opportunity of a readymade market should purchasers seek to convert one of the outbuildings (subject to PP) for a Holiday Let or Equestrian Tourism. For the equestrian user there is miles of good local hacking & several excellent equestrian centres / training facilities are within easy reach.
Cae Glass Farmhouse, a detached former farmhouse believed to date back in part over 300years, is superbly presented throughout providing good modern family accommodation whilst incorporating many of the properties traditional period features including inglenook fireplace, exposed ceiling timbers, stone walls & some original ancient oak planked doors.
At ground floor level the house’s front door entrance is via an Entrance Vestibule, into the Entrance Hall with quarry tiled floor, stairs to first floor & under stairs Cloak cupboard. Doors off lead to the Sitting Room with exposed timbers, stone fireplace and LPG cast iron stove. Glazed French Doors lead through to the impressive double glazed Conservatory with ceramic tiled flooring & superb south facing panoramic views. Doors lead to the outside garden Patio area and to the Study (which could be used alternatively).
The Dining Room is accessed from the Entrance Hall & is a feature room with an exposed stone & timber inglenook fireplace with inset multi fuel burner, slate flooring, exposed timbers & a deep bay window from where the views can be enjoyed. Opening through to the Breakfast Kitchen with ceramic tiled flooring, fitted pine fronted units, a Stanley Range Cooker providing central heating, hot water and cooking, window overlooking Stable Yard to the rear; a stable door leads through to the Utility with space & plumbing for wash machines, base units, coat hanging & a back door entrance. A downstairs Cloakroom with low level wc is accessed off the utility.
The first floor is accessed via a solid oak staircase from the Entrance Hall on to a large landing area with space for a desk /work area. There are doors off to the Master Bedroom, which enjoys the south facing views & with a large Dressing Room off, that could easily be adapted for use as a large en suite bathroom. Accessed off the landing are a further 3 Bedrooms & Family Bathroom.
The property is entered via a tarmacadam driveway through double iron entrance gates with stone pillars. To the front there is an area of formal garden laid to lawn with dry stone walling surrounding. A gravelled area with central circular raised flower bed and paved patio area providing ample space for outdoor furniture. A further raised and well stocked border and the patio area enjoys attractive views over the adjoining land and countryside beyond.
The driveway leads round to the rear of house into the Stable Yard, with a useful range of Outbuildings, Equestrian facilities & a good sized yard /parking area, providing good circulation for Horseboxes and vehicles. A summary of which includes:
• 4 Horse detached brick & block built stable block.
• Stone Outbuilding One with 2 further Stables, Tack & Store Room.
• General purpose steel portal frame Agricultural building (7.62m x 5.89m)
• Stone Outbuilding Two, scope for conversion to Holiday Lets / Ancillary Accomm (sub to PP), currently consisting of 3 store rooms, an adjoining workshop / store & attached pig sty.
• 60m x 20m woodchip Manege.
The land is divided into three main fields totalling approximately 7.7 acres. Comprised mainly of gently sloping pastureland, enclosed by a mixture of fencing and hedging, there is also a rough kept bank reserved as natural habitat and a fence coppice area overlooking the Manege. Access to the land is provided by a track from the yard through an orchard area.
Mains electricity and water.
Private drainage via septic tank. Oil fired central heating.
Double glazed windows throughout.
Local Authority – Wrexham CBC: 01978 292000
Council Tax – Band G
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.