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GF: Porch, Breakfast Kitchen, Sitting Room, Study, Long Room (Minstrel Gallery), Utility, Shower Room.
FF: Master Bedroom, 2 Double & 1 Single Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.
Wealth of period features inc. Inglenook fireplaces, exposed timbers and stone walls.
Detached 2 Bed, fully furnished Holiday Cottage, Kitchen, Lounge, Shower / WC.
Landscaped Gardens, Greenhouse, vegetable patch, fruit trees, Agricultural Barn, 5 Stables, Double Garage.
Llandegla 1m | Ruthin 8m | Mold 10m | Wrexham 10m | Chester 19m | Liverpool 33m
Old Ty Hir Farm is a delightful rural property, with the benefit of useful additional income from the holiday cottage and campsite. The farmhouse, believed to date back to 1736, offers spacious family accommodation incorporating a range of period features, such as Inglenook fireplaces, exposed timbers / beams / stone walling & a Barn conversion with quite superb Long Room with Minstrel Gallery above. Externally, a useful range of outbuildings offer hobby farming scope, stabling or useful storage. The self contained & fully furnished detached Holiday Cottage plus campsite offer useful avenues of additional income or secondary accommodation.
The accommodation briefly comprises porch, breakfast room, kitchen, utility, study, conservatory, sitting room, long room, minstrel gallery and ground floor shower room. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property stands in gardens and grounds of approx 6 acres and is set well back from the road. It is approached through gates flanked by Welsh stone walls and a granite/limestone driveway, screened by trees on either side leads to the property and gives access to the lawned garden with ornamental shrubs and trees, a small wildlife pond, greenhouse, vegetable patch. There are five stables; a steel portal framed agricultural barn, double garage & five acres of grass paddocks. In addition there is a self contained holiday cottage which is currently managed by a letting company with a proven income.
Old Ty Hir Farm is set in idyllic unspoilt countryside and situated down an entrance driveway off the A5104. The nearby village of Llandegla provides local amenities with primary school and community shop / cafe. The property is also conveniently placed for access towards Ruthin, Llangollen, Mold, Chester and Wrexham. The historic market towns of Ruthin and Mold offer a wider range of shopping, leisure facilities and secondary state schooling. There is also well respected private schooling at Ruthin. The A55 Expressway is only approximately 11miles distant, with its transport links to the North Wales Coast, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. The property is well situated for many leisure activities such as walking / cycling / horse riding along the nearby Offa’s Dyke, Fauxdegla Shooting Ground, Llandegla Trout & Coarse Fisheries; Snowdonia National Park is also within easy reach.
Solid oak part glazed stable door to front opens to
With quarry tile floor, exposed stone to one wall, double glazed window and antique linen-fold timber door opening to
Breakfast Room 12’ 1” x 11’ ( 3.68m x 3.35m )
With attractive Inglenook fireplace with inset oil fired Stanley Stove providing the central heating, feature stonework to walls, beamed ceiling, quarry tiled floor, double glazed window to front and opening to
Kitchen 6’ x 12’ 4” ( 1.83m x 3.76m )
Fitted with a range of wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces incorporating one and a half bowl sink and drainer, inset gas hob with extractor over, integrated Neff electric oven, two full height dry storage cupboards, space for fridge / freezer, quarry tiled floor and double glazed windows to the side and rear and beamed ceiling.
Utility 9’ 2” x 8’ 6” ( 2.79m x 2.59m )
With space and plumbing for washing machine, beamed ceiling, quarry tiled floor and double glazed window to rear, doors to
Conservatory and shower room.
Shower Room 8’ 3” x 5’ 2” ( 2.51m x 1.57m )
With fitted power shower, hand wash basin, w.c. radiator, double glazed window to rear and tiled floor.
Conservatory 10’ 3” x 7’ 5” ( 3.12m x 2.26m )
With tiled floor, double glazed windows and double glazed door to rear.
Study 13’ 1” x 11’ 6” ( 3.99m x 3.51m )
With Antique multi fuel stove, radiator, exposed beams, double glazed window to the front and quarry tiled floor.
Sitting Room 16’ 2” x 13’ 11” ( 4.93m x 4.24m )
With feature fireplace ( not in use), exposed beams, recessed display units, stairs rising to First Floor landing, double glazed windows to front and rear and part glazed door to
Barn Conversion/Long Room 36’ 11” x 16’ 6” ( 11.25m x 5.03m )
A magnificent room with exposed beams and vaulted ceiling, Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, three radiators, double glazed windows to front and rear, double glazed patio doors to front and staircase to
Overlooking the Long Room with exposed stonework to one wall, exposed beams and timber A frame.
First Floor Landing
With linen cupboard, double glazed window to rear and radiator.
Master Bedroom 13’ 11” x 10’ 8” to robes ( 4.24m x 3.25m to robes )
With quality built in wardrobes, matching vanity cupboards with hand wash basin, feature Victorian cast iron fireplace, t.v.point, telephone point, double glazed windows to front and rear.
Bedroom Two 12’ x 10’ 11” ( 3.66m x 3.33m )
With radiator, feature Victorian cast iron fireplace and double glazed window to front.
Bedroom Three 11’ 6” x 9’ 11” ( 3.51m x 3.02m )
With double glazed window to front and radiator.
Bedroom Four 12’ 5” x 7’ 6” ( 3.78m x 2.29m )
With built in wardrobe, built in airing cupboard, radiator, loft hatch and double glazed window to rear.
Bathroom 8’ 7” x 6’ 6” ( 2.62m x 1.98m )
Fitted with a white suite comprising panel bath, pedestal hand wash basin, w.c., part tiled walls, towel radiator and double glazed window to rear.
The property is set back from the road and is approached through gates flanked by Welsh stone walls and down a long gravel driveway lined by conifer trees and leading to a large gravel parking/turning area providing parking for numerous vehicles and leading to the double garage, which has twin timber doors to the front and has power and light.
There is an extensive lawned garden to front with a wide variety of specimen trees, greenhouse, vegetable patch and a gate providing access to the stables and barn. Access to the paddocks is via a gate at the top of the gardens. The rear garden has a good sized lawn with a variety of mature trees.
Stables, Barn & Paddocks
2 Timber Stables (3.64m x 3,1m each)
Agricultural Steel portal frame building (11.95m x 5.75m) with part concrete floor, translucent & strip roof lights & power.
A Lean to Shed (9m x 4.13m) to its rear incorporates 3 Smaller block built Stables (2.9m x 2.7m) with concrete floor, power. Both these building have access to rear paddocks.
Double Garage (5.5m x 5.6m)
Holiday Cottage / Granny Annex (Martin’s Return)
(fully furnished) with open plan Kitchen (3.78m x 3.94m) & Lounge (3.96m x 2.72m) at ground floor level. The Kitchen has an Inglenook fireplace with cast iron stove, base and wall units, Neff ceramic hob. The first floor is open plan but effectively divided into two bedrooms with vaulted ceilings & Shower Room off. The cottage is double glazed throughout and has a 3* Holiday Rating.
There is potential to register the paddock for campsite use, as a further income or stream option. The Vendors at the moment, are permitted to have five caravans and ten tents without registration.
NB – The vendors advise that they have proven income from previous years of approx £4,000 from the Holiday Cottage, this is not run at full capacity and is managed on their behalf by a lettings agency.
Denbighshire County Council
Holiday Cottage Rates currently zero due to Small Business Rate Relief.
Bore hole Water Supply.
Oil Central Heating.
EPC – G
From Wrexham bypass A483 take A525 towards Denbigh. Branch left at the village bakery and continue until you see The Moors and turn left again. Turn right onto the A 5104, opposite the Crown pub and go past Willows restaurant on the right. Continue for 1.25 miles past Ty Hir Farm and take the next lane left to Old Ty Hir Farm through the gate .
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.