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Broad Oak Farmhouse, Llyndir Lane, Burton, Nr. Rossett, LL12 0AU


Farm House




34,848 sq ft

3,237 sq m

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  • IN ALL ABOUT 0.80 ACRES (0.197 HA)


Broad Oak Farmhouse, Llyndir Lane, Burton, Nr Rossett, Wrexham, LL12 0AU
Approximate Gross Internal Area 2,976 sq ft /275.60 sq m

A substantial period farmhouse with scope for modernisation and occupying a rural yet convenient location.


* Chester 7 miles
* Wrexham 8 miles
* Liverpool 30 miles
* Manchester 47 miles
(distances approximate)


* Staircase Hall
* Drawing room
* Dining Room
* Sitting Room
* Kitchen
* Rear Hall
* Cloakroom/W.C.
* Back Porch/Utility Room
* 4 Double Bedrooms
* Bathroom


* Two Storey Brick Workshop & Former Home Office
* Timber Framed Outbuildings
* Generous Lawned Gardens
* In all about 0.80 acres (0.197 ha)


Broad Oak Farmhouse occupies a rural position on a country lane and is approached via a gated entrance with tall metal gates opening onto a circular drive. The drive leads to the front of the farmhouse which has an attractive symmetrical front façade. It is a substantial and well-built property constructed of brick with UPVC double glazed windows beneath a slate roof with detailing under the eaves.

Originally the farmhouse served a working farm but it is now owned independently of the farm buildings which stand in the courtyard to the rear with the benefit of planning permission for residential development.

The farmhouse is unoccupied and now lends itself to a scheme of modernisation and improvement but offers purchasers the opportunity to create a comfortable family home in a private garden overlooking open countryside. All the rooms are well-proportioned with high ceilings and the majority of them benefit from a double aspect making for extremely light and airy accommodation. As presently configured, there are three reception rooms and four double bedrooms albeit with scope to sub-divide them should the need arise to create additional bedrooms. In addition to the main house there is a two-storey barn to the rear which has been a garage/workshop and above which there is a former home office accessed via external granary steps. This building lends itself to a variety of uses subject to the availability of planning permission and is capable of being incorporated within the farmhouse or alternatively as a self-contained annexe.


Broad Oak Farmhouse is situated in the rural hamlet of Burton and approached via Llyndir Lane leading from Lavister and Rossett. Rossett village caters for everyday needs with co-op, post office, doctors' surgery and pharmacy. Within the village there are several pubs and restaurants complimented by the Dog & Pickle in Lavister and The Grosvenor Arms at Pulford which also has a spa. The larger centres of Chester and Wrexham are 7 and 8 miles respectively offering a more comprehensive range of services with High Street retailers and supermarkets complemented by out-of-town retail parks. Schooling in the area is well provided for with the state primary and secondary schools in Rossett and Yale College in Wrexham. For those seeking independent schools there is a good selection nearer to Chester including The Kings and Queens Schools and Abbeygate College at Saighton. On the recreational front there are football, rugby, cricket and hockey clubs in both Chester and Wrexham. Locally there are several golf courses and on the River Dee in Chester there is sailing and rowing. For the equestrian enthusiasts' the lanes are ideal for hacking out and there is horse racing at Chester and Bangor on Dee.


The area enjoys good road links and is extremely convenient for both Wrexham and Chester. The A483 Wrexham by-pass allows for ease of travel south towards Shrewsbury & Telford and to the north connects with the A55 Expressway serving North Wales. The Chester Business Park, Deeside Industrial Park and Wrexham Industrial Estate are all within daily travel and beyond Chester the A55 Expressway connects to the M53 & M56 motorways serving Liverpool & Manchester which are both within commuting distance. For travel to London there is a 2 hr rail service from Chester Station to Euston and for international travel Liverpool & Manchester airports are 31 and 40 miles respectively.


To the front of the property is an arched storm porch with front door opening into a staircase hall with understairs cupboard. Off the hall is the drawing room which benefits from a double aspect. It has an attractive polished wood parquet floor, open fireplace with tiled hearth and surround, wiring for wall lights, moulded cornice work and decorative plaster ceiling rose. On the opposite side of the staircase hall is the sitting room which also benefits from a double aspect. It has a cast iron fireplace with tiled inlay beneath a carved wood surround, built in cupboards & drawers and moulded cornice work. Beyond the staircase hall is a rear hall with backstairs and to either side the dining room and kitchen. The dining room has an open fireplace with stone hearth and inlay beneath a slate mantle. The kitchen is an extremely light room with south and west aspects. It contains a dated kitchen with fitted wall & base units under work surfaces incorporating an island unit with breakfast bar. Appliances include a Neff oven with grill, gas hobs & hot plate and a stainless steel sink unit with drainer. Off the rear hall is a recent extension to the farmhouse which incorporates a back porch/utility room with space for coats and boots. The back porch connects to a downstairs cloakroom with low flush and w.c. and pedestal hand basin.

The first floor accommodation is accessed via two staircases which have inter-connecting landings. To the front of the farmhouse is bedroom 1 which is a double room with double aspect and from which there are views of Hope Mountain. The bedroom has a built-in bed head incorporating wardrobes & drawers and within the adjoining en-suite dressing room a matching suite of furniture including a dressing table, further cupboards & drawers. Bedroom 2 is also a double bedroom with double aspect with views towards Pulford Church and it has wiring for wall lights and moulded cornice work. Off the rear landing are 2 further doubled bedrooms. Bedroom 3 has built in full height wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving, moulded cornice work and central ceiling rose. Bedroom 4 enjoys an aspect towards Marford Hill and Hope Mountain and has a cork tiled floor, pedestal hand basis and built in cupboards housing a hot water cylinder. Off the rear landing is a potential linen room and off which is the family bathroom which contains a panelled bath, low flush w.c., built in hand basin with cupboards below and Triton shower with glazed screen.

From the back porch the door opens into an enclosed yard, single storey boiler house housing Trianco boiler which has not been commissioned for some years. Within the courtyard is the two storey brick and slate barn with granary steps giving access to a former first floor home office containing two offices and a store room with mezzanine storage above. The workshop is on the ground floor and accessed from the side garden are pedestrian doors. The workshop has built in workbenches to two walls, concrete floor and power supply. There is also a Firebird oil boiler which has been decommissioned.


The gardens are arranged to the front of the farmhouse and are extremely private being screened from the lane behind tall Beech and Laylandii hedges.
Against the east front and front and encircled by the drive is a wide lawned garden which incorporates a stone wall covered in climbing Hydrangea and Roses and beneath which are a selection of shrubs. Beyond the lawn and drive is a shelterbelt of trees including Popular, Maple, Oak and Laylandii underplanted with shrubs which could be thinned in order to open the aspect to across the adjoining fields. Against the north side of the property is a narrow garden with seating area bordered by a low stone retaining wall with raised bed containing Skimmia, Hydrangea and Holly. On the south side of the farmhouse beyond the drive is a part walled garden which is laid to lawn with a pathway leading to the two storey brick barn, ground floor workshop and a recently built range of timber clad outbuildings which incorporate a secure garden store and two open fronted bays. Within the side garden are fruit trees and an established shrub border containing Choisya, Pieris and Laburnum together with ornamental Cherry and Crab Apple trees. The whole extends to 0.80 (0.197 ha).

Property Information

Address: Broad Oak Farmhouse, Llyndir Lane, Rossett, Nr Wrexham, LL12 0AU

Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession.

Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

Local Authority: Wrexham County Borough Council

Council Tax: Band G: £3,042.23 payable 2023/24

Energy Performance Certificate: Rating F

Fixtures: Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all contents, fixtures and fittings, garden ornaments, statues, carpets and curtains are specifically excluded from the sale. Certain items may be available by separate negotiation.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Chester office of Jackson-Stops or the Mold office of J. Bradburne Price & Co.

Directions LL12 0AU

From Chester proceed south on the A483and having crossed the A55 Expressway bear left onto the old Wrexham Road in the direction of Pulford. Having passed The Grosvenor Arms in Pulford take the next turning right into Burton Green Lane and at the T junction turn right into Llyndir Lane whereupon Broad Oak Farmhouse will be seen after a short distance on the right hand side.

Important Notice

These sales particulars have been prepared with great care and every endeavour has been made to ensure their accuracy. They are designed to be interesting and informative within the strict confines of the Act. Any mechanical or electrical device listed has not been tested and cannot be guaranteed. Similarly, services have not been tested and cannot be guaranteed. Charges may be payable for service connections.



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Broad Oak Farmhouse, Llyndir Lane, Burton, Nr. Rossett, LL12 0AU


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