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GF: Entrance Hall, Kitchen, Snug, Living Room, Dining Room, Bathroom, Inner Hall, Porch.
FF: Landing, 4 Double Bedrooms, WC.
6/7 Box Stable courtyard, Tack & Feed Room, Wash Box. Currently run as DIY Livery Yard.
42m x 21m recently installed Manege (silica sand & rubber)
Traditional outbuildings with potential for a range of alternative uses (sub to PP)
Asking Price: Offers in excess of £399,950
Chester 6m |Wrexham 8m | Oswestry 21m | Liverpool 26m | Shrewsbury 38m | Manchester 49m.
Moorfields Farm is situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Pulford, on the edge of the Grosvenor Estate. Pulford is a sought after and popular established location lying between the Historical City of Chester and Wrexham town which both offer a vast range of shopping facilities and restaurants. The motorway network provides good access to Liverpool, Manchester & Chester; Chester has a direct rail service to London Euston (from under 2 hours).
The area hosts schooling for both secondary and primary education and is very popular for the busy commuter making it very accessible to the motorway networks. There are restaurants, public houses and shops for everyday needs within easy reach.
Moorfields Farm has been in the current family’s ownership since 1919 when the farm was purchased off the Duke of Westminster’s estate. The farm was subsequently run as Dairy & Sheep farm. The construction of the A483 road in the 1980’s divided the land & today the land and outbuildings are used to run a DIY livery yard.
The farmhouse has undergone a programme of refurbishment by the current vendors to include a new roof, new double glazed hardwood windows, new electrics, damp proof course, 3 log burners & a 12month old oil central heating system; however, further works are required to complete the refurbishment.
Externally, there is a traditional range of brick outbuildings, arranged in a courtyard opposite from the house, which offer 6/7 Stables, Tack & Feed Room, & a Wash Box. There are further detached outbuildings including a Hay Barn, Cart House / Garage. The vendors also report that they have had a now lapsed planning consent for an additional Agricultural Shed (60ft x 45ft) to the rear of the stables.
There is a recently installed excellent 42m x 21m Manege, post and rail perimeter fenced & with a silica sand and rubber surface. The land totals a ring fenced 16acres of flat pastureland.
Prospective purchasers are forewarned that this property does border the A483 & hence there is considerable traffic noise. Furthermore, the vendor has notified us that one of their relations is buried on the land, within one of the front grass paddocks, having received all relevant permissions.
Accommodation (originally dated 1893) – (see floor plans)
The property is entered into off Dodleston Road through a gated entrance into a parking area to the side and front of the house. The main entrance to the house is the back door, which leads out to the Stable Yard opposite, across an external brick perimeter walled Courtyard area that houses an outside WC, an outside tap, storage cupboard & a lean-to log / fuel shed.
Rear Entrance Porch housing the Worcester combi-boiler, stone tiled flooring, ceiling light, power points.
Kitchen with base and wall mounted kitchen units, tiled splash backs, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, Neff 4 ring electric hob, twin electric oven, space and plumbing for washer dryer / dishwasher, Rayburn (needs re-commissioning), stone tiled flooring, ceiling light, window to stable yard elevation.
Snug with brick floor, log burner, power point, ceiling light, radiator, window to side elevation.
Bathroom with panelled bath & electric Mira Vista shower above, WC, hand wash basin, radiator, ceiling light, laminate flooring & obscure glass window to side elevation.
Sitting Room with multi fuel burner, tiled hearth & marble surround, wood flooring, power points, radiator, window to front elevation.
Dining Room with recessed multi fuel burner, tiled flooring, ceiling light, power points, dual aspect windows to front and side elevation.
Central Hallway accessed via a Front door Porch with stone tiled floor, ceiling light, radiator, stairs to first floor with under stairs storage cupboard.
First Floor Landing
Bedroom One with space for double bed, carpet, radiator, ceiling light, decorative fireplace and surround, power points, window to front elevation.
Bedroom Two space for double bed, radiator, decorative fireplace, wooden floorboards, window to side elevation.
Bedroom Three with space for double bed, carpet, radiator, power points, ceiling light, loft access, window to rear elevation.
Bedroom Four currently unfinished but likely Master bedroom, with radiator, ceiling, cupboard, power points, window to front elevation.
W.C with wash hand basin.
There is a garden area around the house but it is currently overgrown.
There are a range of Outbuildings and Equestrian Facilities (refer to floor plans):
Stable Yard – arranged within traditional brick U-shaped courtyard, with pitched slate roof, opposite from the farmhouse. The yard currently houses
Wash Box with electric Hot Water
There are stairs to a First Floor area above stables.
3 former Pig Sty’s attached to rear of building.
Haybarn (9m x 6m) detached & of steel portal framed construction.
Cart House (4.8m x 4.5m) brick built with pitched roof & adjoining Lean-To Vehicle Store/Garage (6.3m x 3.7m) with concrete floor. To its rear is an additional loose box.
Manege measuring approx. 43m x 21m, recently installed by Blakes Construction, the surface being silica sand and rubber with a post and rail perimeter fence.
The vendor reports that in 2011 they had planning approved for the erection of a further detached steel portal framed Agricultural Shed (18.3 × 11.0 m) to the rear of the stable block, this planning has now lapsed.
The yard and its equestrian facilities are currently run as a DIY Livery Yard providing useful income.
In all about 16.3 acres, ring fenced. The land is predominantly flat pastureland with a mix of post and rail perimeter fencing and some temporary electric fencing for the livery yard.
Further land may be available by separate negotiation.
Mains water and electric.
Private drainage via a septic tank.
Oil fired central heating.
Double glazed hard wood windows throughout.
Chester and Cheshire West
Council Tax Band F
EPC Rating: E
From Chester take the A483 (Wrexham Road). Cross over the A55 and at the next roundabout take the B5445 (Old Wrexham Road) signposted Pulford. Follow the road for approximately 2 miles, into the village and take the right hand turn on Dodleston Lane. After approx. 1/2m cross over the railway crossing & Moorfields Farm will be the first property on the left hand side.
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.