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GF: Large Living Room, Hall, Open plan Breakfast Kitchen, Dining Room, Utility, WC/Shower Wet Room, Conservatory.
FF: Guest Wing/Bed with en-suite shower, 3 Dble Beds & Family Bathroom.
Stair access to spacious Second Floor Loft with scope for conversion
Excellent range of flexible Outbuildings, with scope for range of alternative uses.
Spacious parking forecourt area. Gardens & Patio. 2 Stables, Tack & Feed Room, Hay Barn.
Coedpoeth 1m | Wrexham 3m | Mold 10m | Chester 15m | Shrewsbury 32m | Liverpool 35m | Manchester 55m |
The property is located in an elevated location, just outside the village of Coedpoeth, which has a thriving village community & lies on the A525 Wrexham to Ruthin Road & offers local amenities such as a choice of Welsh and English speaking Primary Schools; a Public Library; both Dental and Medical Centres, and a variety of Shops and good public transport links.
Wrexham (3m) is the main commercial, retail, educational and cultural centre in North Wales, and often termed the ‘capital of North Wales’. Its proximity to the English borders makes this rural part of Wales very accessible to the whole of the UK via the major motorway networks. From the A483 at Wrexham there is dual carriageway access to the road networks of the North West.
Top Farm is a period farmhouse that has been extended and refurbished to provide spacious modern family accommodation. A major feature of this property are the stunning views on offer from its elevated location down towards Wrexham and out across to Cheshire & Shropshire, yet it is easily accessible being only a few minutes’ drive from the A483 dual carriageway near Wrexham (as highlighted above).
The previous vendors extended the original farmhouse to the rear, approximately 10years ago & the current vendors have subsequently undergone a programme of refurbishment to provide key features such as, double glazing throughout, new LPG central heating system & electrics, multi-fuel burning “Clearview” Stoves in the Living & Dining Rooms, ground floor wooden flooring, Cat 5 Network & decent broadband speed, CCTV & intruder Alarm system, stairs to 2nd floor boarded out loft space with scope to convert to large additional en-suite bedroom / study / Games Room.
Externally, there is a large parking courtyard in front of the outbuildings which are situated adjacent to the house. These traditional outbuildings are arranged in an L-shape and are of stone wall construction under a pitched slate roof. They currently provide a range of storage options, workshop, tack & feed room, a hayloft & a garage. The vendors report that there has previously been planning granted to convert to Holiday Lets and there is obvious scope to explore future changes of use subject to being granted the necessary planning permissions.
Furthermore, there are currently two large stables (with scope for more) & an old Dutch hay barn. The land, in all about 7.1 acres, constitutes pastureland to the rear of the property, with three post and rail fenced paddocks, a recently planted woodland area & a garden area around the property. It should be noted that the rear garden area would benefit from additional landscaping works.
The Accommodation in further detail comprises (see floor plans):
Front door to
Living Room – a large open plan room with a feature recessed “Clearview” multi fuel burner, solid wood flooring, radiators, ceiling and wall lights, power points, twin windows to front elevation & French doors to conservatory.
Inner Hallway with under-stairs storage.
Dining Room with a feature recessed “Clearview” multi fuel burner, slate hearth, solid wood flooring, radiator, ceiling light, wall lights, power points & window to rear elevation.
Kitchen – an open plan breakfast / dining kitchen with tiled flooring, range of base and wall mounted kitchen units, tiled splash-backs, twin “Bosch” electric oven, “Bosch” LPG gas hob, space for an American style Fridge Freezer, recessed spot lights, radiator, windows to rear and side elevations, dining / breakfast table area.
Rear Hallway with external door to stable yard and rear garden, radiator, ceiling light, tiled flooring.
Utility – housing the boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine / dishwasher, radiator, tiled flooring, window to rear elevation.
Wet Room with shower, hand towel radiator, hand wash basin, low flush WC, tiled flooring.
Conservatory – a south west facing aspect providing a further opportunity to enjoy the fantastic views, with mosaic tiled flooring, power points, wall lights, French doors to side garden patio.
First Floor – stairs splitting in two directions.
Bedroom 1 – a double bedroom with twin aspect windows to side and rear elevations, radiator, power points, ceiling light.
En-Suite Shower Room with walk in shower, low flush WC, hand wash basin, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, ceiling light,.
Bedroom Two – an L shaped room with recessed hanging space, ceiling lights, power points, radiator & twin windows to front elevation.
Bedroom Three (currently Study) – space for double bed, radiator, ceiling light, power point, recessed shelving, Cat 5 point, window to front elevation.
Bedroom Four – space for double bed, wall mounted shelving in recess, radiator, power point, Cat 5 point, ceiling light, window to side elevation.
Family Bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower cubicle with shower, low flush WC, hand wash basin, radiator, recessed spot lighting, heated towel rail, obscured glass window to rear elevation.
Second Floor with stairs from first floor Landing to an open plan Loft space housing the hot water cylinder, which is currently boarded out & has one Velux roof light providing good storage space. There is obvious scope for further conversion to provide for example an additional large bedroom with en-suite / Games Room / Office space.
The property is approached from a quiet country lane (Pentre Fron Road), driving into a generous parking sweep with hard-standing, in front of the house and outbuildings.
Lawned Gardens lie to the front and side of the house with perimeter stone wall and post and rail fencing, there is a Patio area to the side elevation, led out onto from the Conservatory, with a south westerly aspect, which provides a good outside entertainment / BBQ area.
The rear garden has been cut away to allow space for decent circulation when the house was extended, this is an area that would benefit from a degree of landscaping.
Stone Barns / Outbuildings (See Floor Plans)
A range of Stone built Barns under a pitched slate roof (which the vendors report has been recently re-roofed) are arranged in an L-shape adjacent to the farmhouse. The Barns are a particular feature of Top Farm, providing serious scope for a range of alternative uses (subject to the required planning permissions). The current vendors use the outbuildings largely for Storage & Workshop space but they have reported the buildings previously held a planning consent for conversion to Holiday Lets.
Workshop (Overall 11.8m x 4.1m)
currently split into 3 internal sections with secondary heavy duty steel door, lock, alarm, power, stone & concrete flooring, providing excellent storage & one section has mezzanine storage.
Wood Store (9.03m x 4.26m)
further storage, concrete flooring, power.
Tack & Feed Room
At ground floor level (5.5m x 4.3m).
The first floor (overall 10m x 5.2m) area is used as a Feed Room & separate Hay Loft or bedding storage for the Stable Yard.
Garage (5m x 2.8m)
concrete floor, double doors.
Barn 4 (5.7m x 4.9m) concrete flooring, power, front and rear entrance doors. Rear entrance goes off to stable yard.
To the rear of the Stone Barns is an adjoining portal frame building (overall 7.3m x 6m) housing Two Internal Stables, with an undercover concrete forecourt area.
An Old Dutch Hay Barn with Four bays.
The stables can be accessed from rear garden or to the side of the outbuildings.
In all about 7.1 acres. The grass paddocks have separate access from Pentre Fron Road. One large paddock is on a gradient, the second & third post and rail fenced paddocks are predominantly flat. There is an automatic water drinker to two of the paddocks.
The vendors have also newly planted a small paddock with young tree plantings.
There scope for Manege and further stabling should it be required by a future purchaser.
From J5 of the A483 at Wrexham, proceed initially east to Wrexham but at the first roundabout after a few yards take the third exit onto the A5101 Berse Road, after a short distance proceed straight over a second roundabout, stating on Berse Road, after approximately 1.5m turn left onto Tanyfron Road. After a few hundred yards turn right onto Llewellyn Road, then left straight away toward Pentre Fron Road, which after a few hundred yards will be on the left hand side.
Mains water and electricity.
Private drainage via a septic tank.
LPG Gas central heating
Double Glazed throughout
New central heating and electric system throughout.
EPC – E
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.