Take a look around this spacious nine-bedroom home in Wrexham town centre that is over 115 years old.

This semi-detached property has plenty of character and many of its original features.

Built in 1904 and sitting on a plot of approximately 1/3 of an acre, the property offers spacious and versatile living accommodation with nine bedrooms situated across three floors.

It is up for sale with Monopoly for £675,000 and there is potential for the property to be used for various business uses or as a multiple occupancy house (subject to obtaining the necessary permissions).

On the first floor, the grand entrance hall with tiled flooring leads to the kitchen/diner, a lounge, and a dining room. There is a stained glass double entrance door and there are also timber stairs leading up to the first floor.

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The Leader: The entrance hallway (image:Monopoly/Rightmove)The entrance hallway (image:Monopoly/Rightmove)

The Leader: The entrance hallway (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)The entrance hallway (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)

The Kitchen/Diner has a fitted solid oak kitchen with a range of wall and base units and complementary granite effect worktops. There is a stainless double sink with a mixer tap, a range cooker, a dishwasher, and also a fitted dresser bay window to the front.

The Leader: The kitchen/diner (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)The kitchen/diner (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)

Next is the lounge, which has oak flooring and timber French-style doors to the rear with glazing to the sides with stained glass over. There is a cast iron fireplace with a marble effect surround and a slate hearth.

The Leader: The lounge(image:Monopoly/Rightmove)The lounge(image:Monopoly/Rightmove)

The dining room, which is the next room over, also leads to an annexed lounge, cellar (which has two rooms), and second kitchen. It has oak effect flooring, windows to the front and side, and an electric fire with a contemporary surround and hearth.

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The Leader: The dining room (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)The dining room (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)

The additional lounge has wood effect flooring, French-style doors to the rear with glazing to the sides, and a gas fire.

The additional Kitchen has complimentary worktops and a range cooker with an extractor over. There is a window to the rear, and spaces for a dishwasher and under counter fridge. This kitchen has a door to the hallway, which leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom, external doors to the rear front and rear, and a door to the utility room.

The Leader: Additional Kitchen (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)Additional Kitchen (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)

The Utility room has a stainless sink-in base unit, wall-mounted cupboards with vinyl flooring, a window to the front, and a door to the shower room.

The Leader: The cellar (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)The cellar (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)

Up the stairs, there are four bedrooms, two with ensuites, a utility room, and a W.C on the first floor.

The second floor has another three bedrooms, two of which have ensuites, a bathroom, and a storage cupboard.

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The bathroom has painted timber flooring, a white panel bath with an electric shower over, W.C, a hand wash basin, and a sloped ceiling to the side.

Outside the property at the front is a drive that can fit 5-6 vehicles leading to a carport.

To the rear is an enclosed rear garden with patio seating areas, two garden stores, a greenhouse, lawn, mature planting, and fruit trees which are believed to have been planted when the property was built.

The Leader: The rear (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)The rear (image: Monopoly/Rightmove)

The Leader: The garden (image Monopoly/Rightmove)The garden (image Monopoly/Rightmove)

Located within walking distance of Wrexham town centre, Glyndwr University and Wrexham Maelor Hospital.

There are also brilliant transport connections via Wrexham General Train Station and the A483 for travel to Chester, Oswestry and the road network beyond.

For more information on the property, visit https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/116450129#/?channel=RES_BUY