- SITTING IN GROUNDS OF APPROXIMATELY 14 ACRES
- BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED 5 BEDROOM DETACHED HOME
- SEPARATE DINING ROOM
- ANNEX WITH ITS OWN WC, KITCHENETTE & BEDROOM
- DOWNSTAIRS SHOWER ROOM
- BARN & OTHER OUTBUILDINGS INCLUDED
- DESIRABLE LOCATION
Sitting in grounds of approximately 14 acres, this traditional farmhouse dates back to 1844 and thankfully still retains many of the characteristic features you would hope to find in such a property. Located in idyllic countryside within the highly desirable area of Marford, the property boasts much more than initially meets the eye. Beautifully presented gardens designed with wildlife in mind, a separate annex above the garage and car port along and a barn measuring approximately 120 feet x 32 feet, to mention but a few.
A much revered countryside location within the sought after district of Marford, itself being convenient for Chester and Wrexham commercial and yet enjoying beautiful open countryside. Good local schooling is available for nursery, primary and secondary education with the independent schools of King's and Queen's also situated within easy travelling distance. The quality day-to-day amenities that Rossett and Gresford, the adjacent villages, have to offer include small independent shopping as well as good public houses and restaurants.
The property is accessed through a timber panelled and glazed front door which opens to a quarry tile floor. There is a window to the front elevation and a Canadian hardwood, fortified double glazed door opening to the dining room.
19'2 x 16'0 (5.84m x 4.88m)
With beautiful parquet flooring and exposed beams, two windows to the front elevation, two radiators, several fitted cupboards, a lovely open fireplace and with stairs off rising to the fist floor accommodation with a store cupboard below.
26'0 x 14'6 (7.92m x 4.42m)
Featuring a bay window to the front elevation and parquet flooring, two radiators, an open fireplace with a slate hearth and a feature Addams style surround. French doors off open to the conservatory.
19'5 x 10'6 (5.92m x 3.20m)
A timber single glazed conservatory with a quarry tiled floor and French doors opening to the garden.
19'0 x 7'6 (5.79m x 2.29m)
The kitchen is fitted with an array of antique pine style wall base and drawer units. Solid wood work surfaces house a stainless steel ½ sink bowl unit with mixer tap and an induction hob below an extractor hood with tiled splash backs. There is also an integrated dishwasher, a Stanley stove which can be used for cooking as well as powering the oil fired central heater, ceramic tiled floor, two windows to the rear elevation and exposed beams.
9'8 x 8'8 (2.95m x 2.64m)
With a ceramic tiled floor, window to the side elevation, a radiator and exposed beams
10'10 x 6'6 (3.30m x 1.98m)
With an antique Pine styled fitted base unit, a solid wood work surface housing a Belfast sink with mixer tap, a window to the rear elevation and a Canadian hardwood fortified double glazed back door off.
15'0 x 13'2 (4.57m x 4.01m)
Featuring a cast iron solid fuel burner, exposed beams, a radiator and with a window to the front and side elevation.
Installed with a corner shower enclosure with a Mira shower, a low level WC, wash hand basin, partially tiled walls, a ceramic tiled floor and an opaque window to the rear elevation.
First Floor Landing
Featuring a Velux sky light, a built in shelf store cupboard and with doors off accessing all 5 bedrooms and a bathroom.
9'6 x 6'2 (2.90m x 1.88m)
The dressing room is fitted with a range of light oak style wardrobes with exposed beams, a window to the side elevation and offers access to the principle bedroom.
16'0 x 14'0 (4.88m x 4.27m)
A triple aspect room with oak beams, a window to the front elevation and further windows to either side elevation. There are further fitted wardrobes matching those in the dressing room, a luggage canopy and two radiators.
15'6 x 14'0 (max) (4.72m x 4.27m ( max))
With a range of fitted wardrobes, windows to the front and side elevation and a radiator
14'4 x 11'4 (4.37m x 3.45m)
With a range of fitted wardrobes, window to the front elevation and a radiator
11'2 x 11'1 (3.40m x 3.38m)
Window to the side elevation and a radiator
9'1 x 7'9 (2.77m x 2.36m)
Window to the rear elevation, radiator
Installed with a white suite comprising a panelled bath, a double shower enclosure with Mira shower, a low level WC, a wash hand basin, partially tiled walls, a radiator and a window to the rear elevation.
Having separate access via a door between the garage and car port which opens to a staircase which rises to the main living room.
Living Room / Kitchenette
15'8 x 10'0 (4.78m x 3.05m)
With a window to the front elevation, Velux sky lights to the front elevation, exposed floorboards and beams, recessed downlights a radiator, an antique pine styled base unit, and a solid wood work surface housing a stainless steel single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap.
With a door off to the wet room and steps rising to the bedroom.
A lovely modern suite featuring a dual headed shower with a protective screen, a low level WC, a wash hand basin, a chrome heated towel rail, a Velux skylight to the front elevation and fully tiled walls and floor.
15'8 x 15'6 (max) (4.78m x 4.72m ( max))
With Velux skylight windows to the front and windows to the rear, recessed downlights exposed floorboards, and two radiators.
16'8 x 13'8 (5.08m x 4.17m)
Access via timber doors with power and light.
The property has gated access which opens to parking in front of the garage and car port. The driveway continues between the main property and the garage through another set of gates to the rear of the of the Pistyll House Farm and the annex to the disused tennis court. It is from here that access to the main fields, barn and vegetable garden can be gained. The fields also has a separate access gate which is located on Hoseley lane just before the turning for Cox Lane.
The front and side gardens are beautifully presented, replete with a variety of beautiful plants, shrubs and tress along with a small timber bridge which crosses a trickling stream. When creating this garden, the vendors did so with wildlife in mind, especially birds so it is not unusual to see a variety of differing species visiting.
Measuring approximately 120'0 x 32'0.
The property is serviced by several outbuildings in addition to the barn such as stores, stables, tack room and greenhouses.
The main property is heated by a combination of oil fired central heating, open fires and a solid fuel burner, the windows and doors are constructed using Canadian hardwood and use fortified double glazed units. The property also uses its own septic tank.
The agents have not tested the appliances listed in the particulars.
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