Overton Road, Bangor-on-Dee, Wrexham


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
The property is believed to date back, originally, to 1499, and was believed to have been given by King Henry VII to Richard ap Hywel, a descendant of Owain Glyndwr, as a reward for fighting for him in the famous Battle of Bosworth (1485).

The historic features include; vaulted veiling, fireplace, Minstrels gallery, original wall paintings (which are now of National importance)

Set over Three Storeys, the accommodation comprises;


Great Hall (28'8" x 19'4")

Breakfast Kitchen (17'2" x 12'4")

Reception Room One (17'5" x 12')

Office (14'8" x 14'1")

Utility Room (12'7" x 7'9")

Library (17'3" x 12'6")

Reception Room Two (17'6" x 16'1")

Rear Hall


Cellar (17'7" x 14'11")


Landing (17'9" x 17'3")

Minstrels Gallery

Master Bedroom (14'6" x 14'4")

En-Suite Bathroom

Bedroom Two (17'7" x 17'4")

Bedroom Three (17'9" x 14')

En-Suite Shower Room

Bedroom Four (17'3" x 13'9")


Chapel (10'11" x 10'6")


Bedroom Five (14'6" x 8'8")

Double Glazed & Oil Fired Centrally Heated


The property is reached via a drive leading off Overton Road and bordering the racecourse, through the farmyard gates of the property.

At the front is a gravelled area with ample parking and turning space.

Surrounding Lawned Gardens with a Terraced Area

Brick Outhouse

Garden Shed

Elevated country views, on the fringes of Bangor-on-Dee racecourse.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01612 225156

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