Well House Farm

Lower Road, Wrexham, Wrexham, LL13 9US

For Sale
5 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
2 Kitchens

A wonderfully presented, rural smallholding with a 3-bedroom farmhouse, 2-bed annex and equestrian facilities, set within 21.95 acres.


  • Spacious former farmhouse with period features, superb views of the land and equestrian facilities;
  • Farmhouse: 3 bed, 2 bath/shower rooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, study mature lawned garden
  • Annex: attached annex, 2-bed, kitchen/living room and shower room
  • Range of stables, 7 in total, outbuildings and Dutch barn
  • Outdoor arena (approx. 25m x 35m)
  • Set in approx. 21.95 acres
  • A further 5.29 acres available by separate negotiation
  • EPC ratings: farmhouse D, annex D



Distances (approx. miles)
Holt 2m | Bangor-on-Dee 5m | Wrexham 5m | Whitchurch 10m | Malpas 12m | Chester 13m | Liverpool 42m

Well House Farm is set in the peaceful, rural countryside, just off a quiet lane near the villages of Holt and Farndon. The villages are part of the Welsh Marches and date back to medieval times. Sitting on the banks of the Welsh River Dee, which marks the boundary between England and Wales.

Both Holt and Farndon having thriving communities with an excellent primary school and a wide range of businesses and services, including a GP, village shop, excellent pubs and coffee shops, garden centre and gym.

The Cathedral City of Chester and Wrexham provide a more comprehensive range of facilities including shopping, excellent schools, trains and coach services and a wide range of hotels and restaurants.

The property has good access to the road to Wrexham, Chester, and Whitchurch. Also, to the motorway network to Liverpool, Manchester, the northwest airports and the M6. There is a direct train service to London Euston (2 hours) from Chester.

On the recreational front, the nearby Bangor-on-Dee racecourse provides regular fixtures for point to point and National Hunt. There are a range sporting facilities at the nearby Carden Park Hotel complex with 2 championship golf courses and in Wrexham and Farndon there are excellent sports clubs offering cricket, tennis, squash and football.

For equestrian users, on top of the excellent on-site facilities, there are a range of competition venues locally including Tushingham, Bolesworth Castle, Somerford Park and Kelsall Hill, all within easy reach. There is also good local hacking from the property around the country lanes and Broxton Old Hall Gallops is just 6 miles away. Local hunting packs are the Sir Watkin William Wynn\'s, The Flint & Denbigh and Cheshire.

Well House Farm is a wonderful, detached house of brick construction under a slate roof with original features dating back into the 1800\'s. The property has an annex attached which provides a potential income stream or separated accommodation for family members.

The principal dwelling comprises a reception hall leading from the front porchway and into the original part of the house. Off the hallway is the living room and central kitchen with integrated appliances, electric ceramic hob and a range of ground and wall mounted units. Adjacent to the kitchen is a study and downstairs bathroom with shower and WC. Completing the ground floor is a dining room, currently used as a snug and a utility room with a back door leading to a patio area at the rear. There are also patio doors leading from the dining room.

The first floor consists of three bedrooms with a family bathroom.

The attached annex has separate access, as well as an interconnecting doorway from the utility. The annex comprises a central entrance hall with two bedrooms, shower room and open plan kitchen/living room with a range of appliances. The annex provides an ideal opportunity to create an income stream or for use by family members or guests.

The property is accessed off a quiet country lane and has plenty of car parking space. There is a separate access leading to the equestrian facilities. The property is surrounded by mature gardens which have been kept immaculately. There is a patio area to the rear which is ideal for entertaining.

Equestrian Facilities
To the rear of the property are the equestrian facilities, which include a principal stable block, built of concrete block under a corrugated roof. The building has a central division with 3 stables and a tack room to one side and 4 stables to the other. The building has mains water and power connected.

Opposite is another concrete block with 3 stables, currently used as a workshop and stores.

There is a porter-cabin with kitchen facilities and WC with a interconnected lean-to and container attached for storage. Finally, there is a large open sided Dutch barn with lean-to used for storage of machinery and haylage.

Near the farmhouse is a 25m x 35m outdoor arena with sand and rubber surface.

The land is all down to grass and easily accessible. In all the property is approx. 21.95 acres. The land is predominantly pastureland, divided into fenced paddocks and is liable to flooding at certain times due to the proximity to the river Dee.

Mains electricity & water supply
Private Drainage via septic tank
Oil fired Central Heating

Local Authority
Wrexham Borough Council

Strictly by prior appointment with sole agents Jackson Property on 01743 709249 (Shrewsbury office) or 01948 666 695 (Cheshire office).

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.