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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Bersham, Wrexham

£585,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Standing in large, mature and particularly private gardens, elevated from the picturesque banks of the River Clywedog and just a short walk from the Clywedog Trail, this distinctive Grade ll Listed detached country house comes to the market for the first time in nearly thirty years. Enjoying a secluded semi-rural position, the house is also conveniently placed for easy access to the region's commercial centres with a convenient connection to the A483 just a short drive away.

Grade ll Listed by the Department of the Environment as being of Architectural and/or Historic Interest the house also sits within Bersham village's historic conservation area.

The house offers spacious accommodation arranged over two levels with a small wine storage cellar beneath part of the ground floor. Arranged predominantly around a central hallway and landing, the living space lends itself well to family occupation, retains many of its fine features and much of its inherent character. In brief there are four separate Reception Rooms plus an attractive Reception Hall, Butler's Pantry, Cloakroom, Utility Room, six Bedrooms, a recently re-fitted Ensuite Shower Room and Family Bathroom. Off the landing is a useful Linen Storage Room which could be utilised to provide an ensuite/dressing to the adjoining bedroom. Twin Worcester Bosch LPG fired central heating boilers provide heating which is supported by a large cast iron wood burner in the Morning Room which assists with background heating, hot water and some first floor radiator heating.

In detail the accommodation comprises:-

Ground Floor

Original panelled entrance door to:

Entrance Vestibule
With attractive Minton style tiled floor, window to front with frosted and leaded glass, ceiling cornice and attractive original timber partition with feature stained and leaded glass plus original internal panelled door with leaded and stained glass feature through to:

Reception Hall
Minton style tiled floor, radiator, ceiling cornice, staircase rising to the first floor with hardwood handrail and painted panelling. Door to cellar. Telephone point.

Sitting Room
(19'2 x 18' overall)
Attractive angled bay window overlooking the garden. Two radiators, picture rail, coved ceiling, decorative ceiling rose, impressive feature marble fire surround with matching hearth and beautiful decorative oak surround. Inset open fire. Television aerial point, window to side.

Dining Room
(24' 9" x 15'6")
A spacious reception room, the dining room benefits from a fitted range of period furniture which incorporates corner seating areas, wall panelling, shelving, storage/display shelving, feature leaded glass corner cupboards plus fitted drinks/serving cupboards. Marble fireplace and hearth with inset open fire and timber mantel. Radiator, coved ceiling and French doors to the garden plus further window to the same elevation.

Butlers Pantry
(9'8" x 4'3")
With quarry tiled floor, useful fitted shelving, storage cupboards, single drainer stainless steel sink, window with obscure glass, electricity consumer unit and door to:

Cloakroom
Low level wc, pedestal wash basin, extractor fan and fitted coat hooks.

Snug
(15' 9" x 13'2")
Currently utilised as a study, this versatile third reception room has picture rail, window to side, French door to the garden, television aerial point, tiled fireplace with inset living flame gas fire and Adam style mahogany surround. Radiator.

Morning/Breakfast Room
(15'1" x 12'4")
Coved ceiling, window to side, radiator, timber effect laminate flooring, television aerial point and pine fire surround with slate hearth with cast iron multi fuel stove (providing hot water and heating provision to first floor radiators).

Kitchen
(15'10" x 12')
The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of cherry wood fronted units comprising eye level cupboards with matching base cupboards and drawers, fitted wine rack, laminated working surfaces with wood trim, four place halogen hob with concealed extractor hood above. Television aerial point, illuminated display niche with spice drawers. Single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and window over with views of the garden. Space and plumbing connections for dishwasher, built in electric double over and microwave, built in refrigerator, radiator. Door to useful pantry with fitted shelving and window to outside.

Utility Room
(9' x 7'6")
Quarry tiled floor, single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing connections for an automatic washing machine, fitted range of storage cupboards with drawers, space for tumble dryer, radiator, window and part glazed door to outside.

Adjacent to the utility room and accessed from outside is a Boiler Room which provides further useful store with an eyelevel cupboard and base cupboards fitted. Two wall mounted Worcester LPG fired central heating boilers, quarry tiled floor and small window.

Cellar
Stone steps from the reception hall lead down to a small barrel shaped cellar chamber, ideal for wine storage etc.

First Floor

Landing
Radiator, picture rail, access to roof void and skylight window borrowing light from the roof light above. Open doorway to a useful Linen Room with panelled doors concealing ample linen/airing shelving with useful further storage above.

Bedroom One
(18'8" x 18'5" overall and into bay)
Angled bay window with attractive views of the gardens, two radiators, picture rail, telephonepoint, television aerial point, attractive period painted fire surround. Door to:

Ensuite
Re-fitted ensuite shower room with a large tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower which includes an overhead drencher and hand held shower head. Low level wc with dual push button cistern, vanity unit comprising shaped wash basin, mixer tap and storage cupboard beneath. Attractively tiled walls and floor, period style radiator/heated towel rail, widow with obscure glass and multiple recessed downlighters.



Bedroom Two
(15'6" x 14'11")
With coved ceiling, radiator, window to side with attractive rural views. Interconnecting door to bedroom six.

Bedroom Three
(15'8" x 14'3" )
With radiator, window to side with attractive rural views, useful fitted storage cupboards to left and right hand chimney breast recesses. Period painted fire surround.

Bedroom Four
(15' 2" x 14' 2")
With radiator, sash window to side, painted period fire surround, built in storage cupboard. Door to:

Bedroom Five
(15' 11" x 10'10")
With radiator, useful fitted storage cupboard, window with attractive views of the garden. Access to loft space.

Bedroom Six
(15'4" x 8'11")
With radiator, window with attractive rural views and interconnecting door to bedroom two.

Bathroom
Fitted three piece coloured suite comprising panel bath with thermostatic shower over, vanity unit comprising wash basin, mixer tap and storage cupboard beneath, low level wc. Fully tiled walls, radiator, wall mounted strip light with shaver socket, extractor fan and built in airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder.


Outside

Detached Two Storey Brick Outbuilding
A versatile brick built two storey outbuilding with a slate roof offering tremendous potential for conversion to provide further accommodation or ancillary accommodation for a dependant relative etc. The building currently comprises:-

Garage One
(22' x 13')
With up and over door

Adjacent Garage Two/Workshop
(25' x 15')
With up and over door, personal door to front, window to front, staircase rising to the first floor and door to:

Garage Three/Workshop/Store
(29'10" x 15' overall)
With two sets of double timber garage doors.

First Floor

Play/Games Room
(25'2" x 15'1" )
With double glazed velux windows and central exposed feature roof truss.

To the rear of the outbuilding is a covered lean-to log store plus an enclosed log store with access to a gardeners WC & sink.

Detached Hexagonal Timber Framed Period Summerhouse
A most attractive feature of the garden, this hand painted timber framed summerhouse has rosemary tiled roof, internal timber seating, window and double part glazed doors to the garden.

Gardens/Land
The White House is approached across a loose stone driveway which passes a large section of level lawn fringed by mature trees. Surrounding the house are attractive well stocked and established areas of mature garden which incorporate an abundant variety of flowering plants, shrubs, ornamental, evergreen and deciduous trees. Also within the garden areas is a useful vegetable growing patch and summer fruit orchard. Beyond the formal garden areas are the paddocks which are down to grass for ease of maintenance with established hedge boundaries. The land provides ample grazing for those who enjoy equestrian pursuits or wish to keep livestock etc. In total the area extends to 5.462 acres (2.210 ha) or thereabouts (see plan for details)

Services
Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a septic tank. LPG fired central heating.
None of the services have been tested. Wright Marshall can therefore provide no guarantee.

Tenure
The Tenure is understood to be freehold.

Viewings
Strictly by appointment with the Agent's Chester Office.

 


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15 February 2017

Nearest stations

  • Wrexham Central (1.7 mi)
  • Wrexham General (1.8 mi)
  • Gwersyllt (2.7 mi)
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15 Grosvenor Street, Chester, CH1 2DD

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Wright Marshall Estate Agents, Chester

15 Grosvenor Street, Chester, CH1 2DD

01244 955086 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Wrexham Central (1.7 mi)
  • Wrexham General (1.8 mi)
  • Gwersyllt (2.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Wright Marshall Estate Agents, Chester

15 Grosvenor Street, Chester, CH1 2DD

01244 955086 Local call rate

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