- FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY
- Victorian Farmhouse
- Four Bedrooms
- Large Range of Outbuildings
- Yard and Garden Areas
- Scope For Development
- Rural Location
- Massive Potential
From our Oswestry office take the Gobowen road out of town. On reaching the roundabout take the first left towards Chirk and Llangollen. At the next roundabout take the first left towards Weston Rhyn. Proceed along and into the village. Turn right onto Old Chirk Road just before the primary school. Follow the road along for about 300 metres before turning down the lane which leads to the property.
The property offers amazing potential and comes with a four bedroom farmhouse with adjoining stone barns, separate large stone barn opposite, open fronted pole barns, block constructed open fronted barn/ car port, pig sty's and storage sheds all with a central good sized yard and hardstanding. The property sits in a quiet rural edge of village position and is something like this rarely comes to the market. A great opportunity for those wanting to take on a project to create a truly fantastic development. (subject to planning).
The main house is Victorian style and is located in the right hand corner of the site. The property has been renovated in parts but still requires some works to bring it up to a modern day standard. The rooms are spacious and well laid out with the potential to create an absolutely stunning family home.
Having a quarry tiled floor, stairs leading off to the first floor, part glazed door to the front and an under stairs cupboard. Doors lead to the lounge and sitting room.
Lounge 4.96m x 3.48m
With a sash window to the rear overlooking fields and central brick built fireplace with cast iron fire grate inset. A door leads through to the kitchen.
Sitting Room 3.85m x 3.67m
Having a sash window to the front, exposed floorboards and a log burner on a tiled hearth.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 5.58m x 4.96m
The fantastic farmhouse style kitchen really is the heart of the home with base and wall units with work surfaces over, plumbing for a washing machine, stainless steel sink with a mixer tap over, a second staircase leading to the first floor, under stair storage cupboard, original quarry tiled floor, part tiled walls, log burning stove on a flagged hearth with a wooden mantle over, window to the front, door to the front and a door leading to the scullery/ pantry.
Scullery/ Pantry 3.67m x 3.27m
A very versatile space having the original 'cold slabs' still in place running along the back wall of the room, beamed ceiling and a window to the front.
First Floor Landing
The first floor landing has a sash window to the front and doors leading to the bedrooms.
Bedroom One 3.70m x 3.91m
Having a sash window to the front, exposed floorboards and a radiator.
Bedroom Two 5.05m x 3.74m
Having exposed floorboards, sash window to the rear and a second window to the rear.
Bedroom Three 2.94m x 5.21m
The third bedroom has a window to the front, radiator and a door leading into the main bathroom.
Bedroom Four 5.22m 3.68m
Having a window to the front, radiator and a loft hatch.
The bathroom and fourth bedroom are served off the second staircase and landing. The bathroom has a panelled bath, low level w.c., wash hand basin, radiator, window to the front and exposed floorboards.
To the front of the house there is an enclosed yard and brick built utility with space for appliances. There is also an adjoining part of the barn which houses the oil tank serving the main house. To the other side of the yard is an enclosed lawned garden and brick built storage sheds adjoining the pig sty. There is also an outside tap.
Following the lane down to the property, a farm gate gives access to the central yard and hardstanding for a large number of vehicles. The barns and farmhouse all sit around the periphery of the yard giving potential parking space and gardens for all areas.
Barn 11.47mx 4.84m
The stone barns that adjoin the house are split into three sections and are two storeys high. Each section has an individual gated turn out and hard standing area to the front. Adjoining these barns is a further stone barn. The barn would make fantastic holiday let accommodation (subject to planning consent).
Additional Photograph 4.86m x 4.83m
Adjoining these barns is a further stone barn which is also two storey.
There is another large barn located across the yard from the house. This barn also has a coat of arms plaque set within the stone work which is connection to the Quinta coat of arms. The barn is split into three sections each with its own access onto the yard. This barn is ideal for conversion into a large detached dwelling (subject to planning).
Section One 5.78m x 4.85m
The firs section has a second floor in place.
Section Two 5.44m x 4.87m
This section is two storeys high.
Room Three 5.71m x 4.77m
This section is two storeys high.
Open Fronted Pole Barn
To the side of the detached barn there is an open fronted pole barn ideal for vehicle and machinery dry storage. The pole barn is split into three sections.
To the side of the pole barn and to the left of the house there are three purpose built pig sty's with enclosed turn out areas. There is also a brick built log store measuring 4.21m x 3.96m
Block Built Garage 5.15m x 4.90m
There is also an open fronted breeze block constructed carport/ vehicle store with galvanised roof and concreted base.
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