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A rare opportunity to acquire a Welsh Small Holding, with development opportunities, in an idyllic rural location.
2 bed Stone Farmhouse, range of Outbuildings.
Fantastic views across its land and countryside beyond.
In need of refurbishment / modernisation
Approx. 25.7 acres in total
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION (Unless Previously Sold) – 2ND June, 2010 at the Beaufort Park Hotel, Mold – 6.30pm
Rhyd Y Ceirw lies in a truly splendid rural setting, being slightly elevated with views across its own land and beyond, about 2 miles from Treuddyn, 6 miles from Mold, 10 miles from Wrexham & 15 miles from Chester.
The property comprises of a detached stone farmhouse of some character and antiquity together with a range of former Outbuildings. One of these Outbuildings has been independently developed as a residence by a member of the family and is in separate ownership.
The Farmhouse and Outbuildings sold as Lot No. 1 are accompanied by approximately 15.58 Acres of excellent sloping pasture land which is bordered by the River Terrig, which adds further interest,
Lot No. 2 comprises approximately 10.1 Acres of pasture land to the rear could be of interest to independent purchasers or would lend itself to be acquired with Lot No. 1 to expand the acreage.
It is thought that the Outbuildings sold with Lot No. 1, which comprise an original stone barn of some interest, could have potential for home office, studio or similar, subject to any necessary planning permissions being granted.
From Treuddyn: Proceed along the A5104 towards Corwen, after approx. 2m turn right for Graianrhyd on the B5430. After approx. 1.5m turn right (before entering the village of Graianrhyd by Red Brick building – Dwynwen) and immediately right again onto Ffordd Rhyd Ceirw. The property driveway will be about 0.6m up this road on the right hand side.
Rhyd Y Ceirw Farmhouse has a half glazed entrance door leading into a small
RECEPTION HAL with ceiling light and door off to
SITTING ROOM 13’ x 13’4 with windows to front and rear with an excellent outlook across the ground at the frontage, beamed ceiling, blanked in fireplace, fitted wall lights and a radiator.
LIVING/FAMILY ROOM 14.1 × 13.4 with window to the front with an excellent outlook across the ground at the frontage, fireplace recess with fitted Morso solid fuel stove which also contributes to heating water, radiator, ceiling lighting and a door to an understairs storage space with steps down to a lower level. Door off the family living room to the
KITCHEN 10’ x 12’6 with a window to the side elevation and a half glazed door leading out through an ENCLOSED PORCH with stable type door to the rear. The kitchen is fitted with a range of comparatively modern units in a Pastel finish with a corner twin bowl sink unit (h&c) mixer tap, built-in electric oven and 4-ring LPG gas hob with extractor position over. There is planned space for a fridge and a matching range of both base and wall cupboards with heat resistant surfaces with tiled backs, laminate woodgrain flooring and a radiator in this room. Door with steps up to a former
BACK KITCHEN 19’ 11 × 13’6 with a door leading to the outside and windows to the side elevation, there is a cast iron Range cooker (incomplete) with bread oven feature to the side in here and a beamed ceiling. There is an oil fired central heating boiler in this room. A loft space above this room has potential for further inclusion to accommodation but would need to be internally accessed from this room.
A staircase from the reception hall leads up to the
FIRST FLOOR LANDING with
BEDROOM 1 14’1 × 13’5 with front facing window with lovely view, ceiling light, access to roof space, radiator, wardrobe cupboard.
BEDROOM 2 12’8 × 13’6 with front facing window with similar view to that of bedroom 1, secondary access to roof space, ceiling light and radiator.
Spacious BATHROOM with suite of panelled bath with electric shower above, pedestal wash basin and low flush w.c.., radiator and a large AIRING CUPBOARD with a factory insulated cylinder with supplementary immersion and fitted shelving.
NOTE: The property has had at sometime replacement wooden windows which have double glazed panels fitted in the majority.
The driveway in is gated and also serves a property called Swn-y-Gwynt which has been developed from one of the outbuildings of the original property and is in a separate ownership. The driveway curves to the left to original yard to provide parking and turning space and flanking the side of this are a range of outbuildings to include a
DETACHED STONE BARN BUILDING 38’ X 11’ broadening to 16’ on two storeys. A LEAN-TO STEEL FRAMED BUILDING to the rear side of this stone barn measures about 30’ x 20’ and there is a more substantial STEEL FRAMED BARN to the bottom side of the stone barn abutting it which measures about 29’4 × 28’6, this has concrete floor, good access doors and is enclosed. There is also, just beneath this Barn, in the front paddock a further stone and corrugated iron Storage Building.
The house itself has gardens around it which are enclosed and benefit from the elevated position and lovely views.
The LAND which goes with the house as Lot No. 1 lies principally to the front and side and extends to 15 Acres, having an area of Dingle, is bordered by the River Terrig and its tributary. The extent of the land can be appreciated from the accompanying plan.
LOT 2 is an area of Pasture Land, with an area of Dingle with tributary river, extending to approx. 10.1 Acres which extends to the rear of the property and again can be appreciated from the accompanying plan.
SERVICES: Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage
Oil fired heating to radiators where listed.
To be offered for Sale by Public Auction on Wednesday 2nd June, at 6.30pm at the Beaufort Palace Hotel, Bryn Offa Lane, New Brighton, Mold, Clwyd, CH7 6RQ
Richard Stephen Davies, 62 New Street, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 1NZ
Telephone: 01352 754468.
AGENTS NOTE: A public footpath crosses the property and can be appreciated from the plans within the Auction Documentation.
CONDITIONS OF SALE
The property is sold subject to conditions of sale settled by the Vendors’ Solicitors. The contract and conditions of sale will be available for inspection in the offices of the Auctioneers and Vendors’ Solicitors 14 days prior to the auction and will not be read out at the auction.
The Guide prices are the parameters that we believe the Lot may achieve, although by the very nature of the entries, actual sale prices may be higher or lower depending on the demand on the day.
The Reserve prices are confidential between the Vendor and Auctioneers and cannot be disclosed. The Guide Prides are given in good faith, but may be changed at any time leading up to the Sale.
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 the legal documents to verify the freehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
Rights of Way – The property is offered for sale subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, both public and private, all wayleaves, easements and other rights, whether or not specifically referred to. All prospective purchasers are advised to clarify matters relating to easements, rights of way, waylesaves, etc. with their solicitor or surveyor.
Plans, Areas and Schedules. Based on the Ordnance Survey and for reference only. Any error or mis-statements shall not annul the sale or entitle either party to compensate in respect thereof.
IMPORTANT NOTES REGARDING BUYING AT AUCTION
THE AUCTION DAY
The Auction will start promptly at the designated time and it is important to give yourself plenty of time to be there. Announcements made at the start of the Auction could relate to the property you are interested in, also the Contract Documentation for each Lot is available for inspection prior to the Auction and you have the opportunity to ask questions of the relevant Solicitor in respect of any outstanding queries you may have, although you are advised to have inspected the Documents prior to the Auction day and to have taken legal advice if you feel it necessary about these Documents.
Bidders are advised to check with the Agents the day before the Auction to ensure that the property has not been sold prior to auction as we are obliged by law to inform our Clients, the Vendors, of any offers made prior to Auction.
You are also advised to make sure, when attending the auction, that there has not been any variations to the Special Conditions and/or Addendum.
Unless otherwise stated in the Special Conditions, the 10% deposit payable on the fall of the hammer should be made payable to the seller’s Solicitors, (named in the particulars of each Lot in the auction catalogue). A banker’s draft or a cheque drawn on a UK Clearing Bank will be accepted. Such cheques or banker’s drafts will be presented for immediate clearance and you should ensure that there are adequate funds in the account to honour the payment.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATION
As a result of the new Money Laundering Regulations, all successful bidders must now provide proof of identity and current address to the auctioneers immediately after the fall of the hammer before completing the sale memorandum.
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.