2 bedroom flat for saleWynnstay Hall Estate, Wrexham
- Duplex apartment
- Two bedrooms
- Fantastic views
- Off road parking
THIS DUPLEX APARTMENT WHICH HAS RECENTLY BEEN SYMPATHETICALLY CONVERTED TO IMPROVIDE A MODERN, CONTEMPORARY DUPLEX APARTMENT. THE PROPERTY BENEFITS FROM TWO LARGE STONED MULLIONED BAY WINDOWS WITH FANTASTIC VIEWS OVER THE VALE OF LLANGOLLEN AND BERWINS. A PARTICULAR FEATURE OF THIS PROPERTY IS THE ACCESS PROVIDED BETWEEN THE TWO LEVELS A METAL AND TIMBER SPRIAL STAIRCASE IN ADDITION TO A LIFT THERE IS SHARED USE OF THE COMMUNAL GROUNDS AND BENEFITS FROM ONE DESIGNATED PARKING SPACE.
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History - The Wynnstay Hall Estate is situated in a magnificent site, high above the River Dee and with views to the Vale of Llangollen and the Berwins. There are excellent communications to the major conurbations of the North West, including Chester, Wrexham, Shrewsbury, Liverpool and Manchester. It is easily accessible to the A483(T) which links to the national motorway network north and south via the A55 Expressway and A5 respectively. Local facilities including day to day services, shops, schools and a railway station are nearby at Ruabon or Overton. Other nearby schools include Moreton Hall, Kings and Queens Schools in Chester and Shrewsbury School. The area offers a wide range of sporting and leisure facilities in addition to those provided at the Estate. There are racecourses at Chester and Bangor on Dee, golf courses at Wrexham, Oswestry and Carden Park, salmon fishing on the River Dee and theatres at Mold and Chester. Llangollen offers many tourist attractions.
Wynnstay Hall is Grade II* listed as the former principal seat of the Williams-Wynns, a family which in the 18th and 19th centuries was reputed to be "one of the richest, most powerful and most profusely hospitable in North Wales". Enlarged and remodelled in 1736-38, various alterations and additions were subsequently made, however a fire in 1858 destroyed much of the original hall and Benjamin Ferry was engaged to rebuild the hall in the 16th century French Renaissance style, for the 6th baronet. The grounds are laid out as landscape pleasure gardens, attributed to Lancelot "Capability" Brown around 1777, with design continuing after his death by John Evans until 1785. The hall was converted for use as a school in the mid 20th century. More recently, the Estate has been extensively developed into a number of attractive and individual houses and apartments.
Ground Floor Entrance - Original oak double doors, Victorian tiled floor, coded entry lift to the apartment, video entry phone system. Additional stone staircase which serves as a fire exit.
Level One -
Private Loft Lobby - Solid oak flooring.
Dining/Lounge/Kitchen - 26' x 211 (7.92m x 5.36m) - Stone mullioned bay window with splendid views, window seat and concealed radiators, two additional large sash windows, views over the lake and "Capability" Brown' gardens. Solid oak flooring, two phone lines, video entry phone system, mains fire sprinkler.
A range of wall and base units with gloss slab fronts and chrome handles with solid Walnut work surfaces over, island unit with breakfast bar, stainless steel gas cooking range with stainless steel splash back and extractor hood, stainless steel integrated dishwasher, sink, free standing stainless steel fridge/freezer, brushed chrome light sockets, power sockets and halogen down lighters.
Spiral staircase to the first floor.
Cloakroom - Two piece suite.
Level Two -
Landing - Video entry phone system, wall light points, door off to utility cupboard.
Master Bedroom - 13'9 x 12'9 (4.19m x 3.89m) - Main bedroom with stone mullioned bay window with seat and concealed radiators with superb views. Wall lighting points, plaster cornice ceiling and ceiling rose, door off to walk in wardrobe/dressing room, deep skirting boards and wiring for wall lights, sky and telephone points.
En-Suite - Fitted with a 3 piece white suite with chrome fittings, comprising bath with shower over and screen, concealed cistern WC, inset wash hand basin. Travertine floor tiles and half tiled walls. Chrome towel radiator. Extractor fan.
Main Bathroom - Fitted with a four piece white suite comprising of slipper style free standing bath with mixer taps and shower over, Victorian style over head cistern WC, wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle with thermostatic shower. Chrome heated towel rail. Victorian style black and white tiled floor and half walls. Brush steel halogen down lights. Feature arched sash window with views over the lake. Extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 - 17'7 x 7'9 (5.36m x 2.36m) - Original plaster coving and ceiling rose. Sash window with beautiful views over the "Capability" Brown gardens. Extensive fitted wardrobes, wall lighting points, sky wiring and telephone point, radiator.
Tenure - The property is held on a 999 year lease granted in 1998, and is subject to a ground rent and service charge.
Viewing - STRICTLY BY PRIOR APPOINTMENT WITH TOWN & COUNTRY I.E.A. ON WREXHAM 291345.
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Services - The agents have not tested the appliances listed in the particulars.
Mortgage Advice - Town and Country Property Services can refer you to Gary Jones Mortgage Consultant who can offer you a full range of mortgage products and save you the time and inconvenience for trying to get the most competitive deal to meet your requirements. Gary Jones Mortgage Consultant deals with most major Banks and Building Societies and can look for the most competitive rates around to suit your needs. For more information contact the Wrexham office on 01978 291345.
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YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
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