Bangor Road, Cross Lanes, Wrexham


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
4 Reception Rooms, 6 Double Bedrooms, Extensive Brick Outbuildings, Planning Permission, Additional Portal-Framed Agricultural Barns, 6 Agricultural Fields, Approximately 280 sq m (3,092 sq ft) of Residential Accommodation, Approximately 535 sq m (5,865 sq ft) of Traditional Brick Buildings, In all Extending to Approximately 47 Acres (18.86 ha), EPC: F

Situation: Chetwynd Grove is a charming family home. On entering the property, the hallway provides a lovely, welcoming entrance to the house, providing a fairly traditional layout for a house of this age. There is a sitting room to the right and the drawing room and large dining room on the left. The kitchen is accessed via the morning room, which doubles as the informal dining room away from the kitchen. The AGA is the feature of the kitchen providing heat all through the year and the larder and store cupboard are next door, adjacent to the utility room by the back door.

Upstairs, there is are six bedrooms, all of which are double bedrooms; two of them have direct en suite bath/shower rooms, a further two have a Jack and Jill bathroom to share and the final two bedrooms have a modern family shower room. All of the bedrooms have wonderful views or vistas around the house to suit all tastes and requirements for an incoming purchaser.

Outside, there is a small range of immediate buildings, with an outdoor WC, coalhole, kennel and store. Leading through and into the lovely garden, there is a very good sized lawn with mature borders, an orchard as well as a very healthy vegetable and fruit patch. Alongside, there is a further building overlooking the lawn which doubles as an office and a general store next door. Further, there are two buildings which both contain planning permission for residential development, a garage and various rooms for storage.

There are also 46 acres of pasture land which is currently let on a grazing licence to the neighbouring farmer, generating c. £8,000 per annum in rent; there are also three flighting pools for a family shoot.

Further afield, there are several golf courses to choose from and Bangor-on-Dee and Chester racecourses close by.

Wrexham itself has a sizeable hospital and has a mainline train station with services to London, via Chester.

Directions: From the A483 leave at J2 onto the B5326 signposted Bangor-on-Dee. Continue through Eyton, turning first left at the mini roundabout after the Plassey Leisure Park. Progress along the Overton Road, A528 and on entering Marchwiel turn right along Bangor Road, A525 where the entrance to Chetwynd Grove will be seen on your right-hand side after approximately 1,000m, before the roundabout

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