3 bedroom mews house for saleDawson Farm Mews, Worthenbury, Wrexham
Sold STC £199,950
- Presented in immaculate condition
- Within a small development
- Adjoining open countryside Constructed in 2006
- Open fronted porch
- Reception hall, cloaks/w.c
- Lounge, open plan kitchen and dining room
- Three bedrooms (one en-suite)
- Family bathroom
- Parking for three cars
- Detached garage
Presented in immaculate condition within a small development adjoining open countryside having extensive rear views across Cheshire is this three storey end mews house constructed in 2006 by quality local builder Roberts Properties. The well designed accommodation offers a good sized family house with high quality specification to include oak internal doors, underfloor heating to ground and first floor, Briefly comprising open fronted porch, reception hall with cloaks/w.c and useful storage cupboard, lounge with rear garden aspect and wood burner, open plan kitchen and dining room with space for a family sized table. The first floor includes a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, bedroom three and family bathroom. The second floor boasts a lovely spacious second bedroom with storage space and a separate shower room. Externally a paved driveway with parking for three cars leads to the detached garage and enclosed rear garden with countryside views. Inspection strongly recommended. Energy Rating - C
Location - The semi rural village of Worthenbury lies within the boundary of Wrexham County Borough and is situated geographically on the Cheshire Plain. The village is approximately eight miles to the south east of Wrexham between Bangor Is Y Coed and Malpas on the B5069. The location is favoured for both its semi rural setting and also within the catchment area of highly regarded primary and secondary schools. The nearby village of Bangor on Dee and the popular Cheshire town of Malpas are within a short driving distance and offer a good range of day to day shopping facilities and social amenities which include pubs and restaurants. The area is popular amongst walkers and cyclists due to its scenic routes and there are good road links to the Wrexham industrial estate and A483 bypass which allows for daily commuting to the major commercial and industrial centres of the region.
Directions - From Wrexham town centre proceed along the A525 Whitchurch Road for approximately five miles through the villages of Marchwiel and Cross Lanes, on approaching the village of Bangor on Dee take a left hand turning over the old bridge onto High Street, follow through the village onto the B5069 Wrexham Road for a further two miles entering the village of Worthenbury, proceed over the bridge and then take a left hand turning into Church Road and just after passing the church on the left take a right hand turning into Dawson's Farm Mews, proceed into the development bearing right where No.11 will be observed in the corner on the left hand side.
On The Ground Floor - An open fronted porch with welcome light and useful side alcove, part glazed entrance door which opens into the:
Reception Hall - Featuring a lovely heated light oak floor complimented by the solid oak internal doors with chrome handles, inset ceiling spotlights, under floor heating temperature control, chrome light switches and sockets and useful understairs storage cupboard with light.
Cloaks/W.C - Appointed with a two piece white suite of double ended wash basin with illuminated mirror above and vanity cupboard/drawers below, close coupled w.c, part tiled walls, tiled floor, alarm control panel and under floor heating controls.
Lounge - 15'4 x 11'3 (4.67m x 3.43m) - Enjoying a pleasant aspect over the rear garden through double glazed sliding patio doors with side window and the continuation of the heated light oak wooden flooring from the reception hall, feature fireplace with wood burner, under floor heating control, television aerial point, dimmer light switchers and double part glazed doors opening into the:
Kitchen And Dining Room - 17'4 x 8'2 (5.28m x 2.49m) - Enjoying a pleasant and sociable open aspect. The beautifully appointed kitchen area has a range of soft closing shaker style base and wall cabinets complimented by the granite work surfaces with matching upstands, window sill and ingrained drainer alongside the stainless steel sink with swan neck mixer tap and double glazed window above, integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine, concealed oil fired central heating boiler, inset four ring electric hob with double oven below, granite splashback and pull-out extractor fan above, inset ceiling spotlights, pull-out chrome fronted drawer unit, two easy access corner base units and a tiled floor that continues into the dining area which accommodates a family sized table, double glazed side window and part glazed external door, under floor heating control, telephone and television aerial points.
On The First Floor - Approached via the staircase from the reception hall to:
Landing - Having oak doors off to all rooms, galleried balustrade over stairwell, mains wired smoke alarm and airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
Bedroom One - 14'2 x 11'3 (4.32m x 3.43m) - A double glazed window offers far reaching views over the Cheshire Plains, under floor heating with wall mounted control unit, television connection point, two fitted wardrobes and an oak door which opens into the:
En-Suite Shower Room - Appointed with a pedestal wash basin, double width shower cubicle with thermostatic shower and sliding door entry, low flush w.c, part tiled walls, heated tiled floor with wall mounted temperature control, extractor fan and inset ceiling spotlights.
Bedroom Three - 10'3 x 8'2 (3.12m x 2.49m) - A good sized third bedroom beautifully fitted with quality five door wardrobes, under floor heating and wall mounted temperature control, double glazed window to front and television aerial point.
Bathroom - 6'7 x 6'0 (2.01m x 1.83m) - Fitted with a three piece white bathroom suite of low flush w.c, pedestal wash basin with central mixer tap, bath with central mixer tap, chrome heated towel rail, double glazed window, part tiled walls, heated tiled flooring with all mounted temperature control, extractor fan and inset ceiling spotlights.
On The Second Floor - The staircase continues from the first floor landing to:
Second Floor Landing - With two internal oak doors and mains wired smoke alarm.
Bedroom Two - 18'7 Max x 11'5 (5.66m Max x 3.48m) - A spacious double bedroom enjoying stunning views through the rear Velux window, two useful storage cupboards within the roof void, radiator and inset ceiling spotlights.
Shower Room - Appointed with a pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, close coupled w.c, corner shower cubicle with mains thermostatic shower, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan, inset ceiling spotlights, part tiled walls, tiled flooring and radiator.
Outside - The property is approached via a shaped brick paved driveway with path leading to the open fronted porch. The driveway continues to the side of the property to provide parking for three cars and leads to the:
Detached Brick Built Garage - 16'1 x 8'4 (4.90m x 2.54m) - Having the benefit of an electrically operated up and over door, tiled floor, part tiled walls, fitted storage cupboards, lighting and power and upvc double glazed side door.
Gardens - The front and side gardens are made up of well stocked flower beds and a painted side garden gate opens into the enclosed rear garden which enjoys views over the countryside. A stone paved patio with brick edging offers an excellent area for outside dining. The garden has been laid with Astroturf for ease of maintenance. A stone paved path adjoins the house and garage and has a rear gate which gives access onto a footpath which provides easy access to countryside walks.
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