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£625,000 OIRO
For Sale
4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
3 Receptions
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Property Features

  • Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Sought After Location
  • Detached Barn
  • Small Adjoining Paddock
  • Beautiful Condition Throughout
  • Immaculate Presentation
  • Stunning views
  • Two En-Suite Bathrooms
  • Downstairs Shower Room

Property Summary

Town and Country Oswestry offer this impressive country family home, overlooking the beautiful Ceiriog Valley, on the English/Welsh border. This detached, four/five bedroom property has been converted to the highest standard from a former smithy giving spacious and flexible accommodation which flows easily lending itself to the expectations of modern lifestyles today. Included in the sale are a small paddock and a two storey brick built barn offering wonderful potential for future development.

Full Details

From Oswestry take the A5 road towards Wrexham. At the Gledrid roundabout take the first turning on the left sign posted Weston Rhyn. Proceed over the railway line to the top of the village taking the third exit at the mini roundabout onto the Bronygarth Road. Continue along this road proceeding through the hamlet of Bronygarth. On passing the Brookside country club on the left, continue for approximately 200 metres. The property will be observed on the left hand side set back from the road.

About the Area
Bronygarth is a hamlet, just over a mile from the ancient village of Weston Rhyn, with quick access to the A5 and A483 trunk roads and approx six miles away from the attractive market town of Oswestry. Chirk Station (approx 2 miles) provides easy links with the cities of Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and London.

The area is served by a number of very good schools.

The countryside around is renowned for its beauty and for its opportunities for riding, fishing and walking. There are many award-winning country pubs and restaurants in the vicinity.

The property, gardens and grounds are south facing and occupy an approximate one-acre site.

The house has secondary glazing throughout and comprises:

Entrance Porch
Having an outer stable door and quarry tiled floor, leading to the main front door.

The Front Door
The front door, once opened, gives a stunning view down the length of the house through a pair of solid oak doors. While retaining the cosiness associated with living in the country, the space is large, open and versatile.

Dining room 4.05m x 3.38m
The welcoming dining room has a large, brick inglenook with a beam over and an inset log burning stove on a tiled hearth, beamed ceiling, radiator, a window to the front and wall lights. Separate doors give access to the kitchen and rear hallway. The double doors lead via two, wide brick steps, down into the sitting room.

Sitting Room 5.20m x 4.48m
The impressive sitting room has a large brick inglenook fireplace with a beam over, quarry tiled hearth and an inset log burning stove, beamed ceiling, recessed shelving, wall lights two windows to the front and two radiators. Doors lead through to the study/snug and a staircase leads to the first floor.

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Study/Snug 4.47m x 3.21m
A very flexible room currently used as a home office/ study but could also be used as an extra bedroom. Having a beamed ceiling, radiator, wall lights, TV point and a large under stairs storage cupboard.

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 4.09m x 2.14m
The kitchen is fitted with a range of shaker style base and wall units with work surfaces over, a window to the front, beamed ceiling, double bowl stainless steel sink with a mixer tap over, cooker, dishwasher, radiator, fridge/ freezer and stairs leading to the first floor.

Rear Hallway
Having a radiator, beamed ceiling, back door to the side with a glazed side panel and a door leading to the shower room.

Shower Room
Fitted with a fully tiled shower cubicle, electric shower, wash hand basin with tiled splash back, low level W/C, window with frosted glass, vinyl flooring and beamed ceiling.

Sitting Room Staircase
Two of the double bedrooms are reached via the sitting room staircase with delightful wood carvings to the ends of the beams.

Bedroom Two 4.49m x 3.29m
Double bedroom having a radiator and a large window to the side with stunning views out over the Ceiriog Valley.

Master Bedroom 5.17m x 4.49m
A very large double bedroom with two windows overlooking the garden, two radiators and a door through to the en suite shower room.

En-suite Shower Room
With a fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, low level W/C, vinyl flooring and extractor fan.

Second Staircase
The second staircase, leading from the kitchen leads to the two further bedrooms and one en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom Three 4.07m x 3.52m
The third double bedroom has a window overlooking the garden, a radiator, a loft hatch, a built in wardrobe and a built in cupboard providing useful storage. A doorway leads through to an en-suite bathroom.

En-suite Bathroom for Bedroom Three
With a corner bath with a mixer tap over, wash hand basin, low level W/C and a window with views out to the rear of the property. The walls are part-tiled, there is a radiator and vinyl flooring.

Bedroom Four 4.18m x 2.26m
This double bedroom has a window with views over the front garden, a radiator and a recess for storage.

The property is approached through a five bar wooden gate with a dry- stone boundary wall leading to a gravelled driveway which provides parking for several vehicles. On reaching the porch, the name of ''Smithy Cottage'' can be seen, carved into a wooden plaque set in the wall with a hand carved representation of a horse being shod. A pathway leads around the back of the house where there is a drying room with a washing machine and a Mistral oil-fired boiler. With a lawn and borders of shrubs the gardens are easily maintained. The front gardens extend beyond the property to a pretty courtyard garden and a small grassed terrace ideal for eating outside.

This brick-built two storey building has huge potential and offers a fantastic opportunity to create further living space for example an office, studio, gym or other business use. It has power and water already installed, with recently up-dated electrics. It is currently used as a garden workshop and log store and the upper floor is used for storage. The first ground floor room is 3.32 x 4.55m with a doorway through to a second area measuring 3.32 x 2.04m. There is an adjoining single storey arm to the building (formed of two former pig sties) measuring 5.26 x 1.85m. This creates the ''L'' shape of the enclosed courtyard garden already mentioned. The barn has an additional first floor room which is reached by way of a separate door from the grass area behind.

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Having a stock proof fence (for sheep) and at the top of the slope, a seating area which looks out of the fields to wonderful views of Chirk Castle.


Additional Information
We would like to point out that all measurements, floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs may be taken with a wide angled/zoom lens), and dimensions, shapes and precise locations may differ to those set out in these sales particulars which are approximate and intended for guidance purposes only.
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but most satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firm's employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.

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Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 4.00pm

Money Laundering Regulations
Once an offer is accepted, the successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove the identity of all named buyers within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. Appropriate examples include: Photo Identification such as Passport/Photographic Driving Licence and proof of residential address such as a recent utility bill or bank statement.

Tenure/Council Tax
We understand the property is freehold, although purchasers must make their own enquiries via their solicitor.

The Council tax is payable to Shropshire County Council and we believe the property to be in Band E.

To Book a Viewing
Viewing is strictly by appointment, please call our sales office on 01691 679631 to arrange.

To Make an Offer
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To make an offer, please call our sales office on 01691 679631 and speak to a member of the sales team.

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