Offers in region of £417,000
Chester Road, Penymynydd, Chester
An increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a strategically situated rural property in such a popular and accessible location, providing a diverse range of residential, equestrian and commercial development opportunities to prospective purchasers.• 3 bedroomed detached dwelling• Range of traditional buildings with development potential• Highly visible and accessible location• 1.52 acres
SELLING AGENT Selling Agents
Wright Marshall Ltd.
15 Grosvenor Street
Tel: 01244 317833
SITUATION & DESCRIPTION
Cross Farm occupies a semi rural setting in a highly visible and accessible location at the roundabout junction of the A550 and the A5118, both of which are strategic local and regional roads. The nearby adjoining villages of Penymynydd and Penyffordd offer a range of local facilities, whilst the market town of Mold (5 miles) Wrexham (9 miles) and the City of Chester (10 miles) offers a comprehensive range of shopping, retail and leisure facilities as does Broughton Park (2 miles).
Junction 35A of the A55 North Wales expressway is within half a mile which in turn connects to the M53 and M56 motorways providing excellent accessibility for all the principal centres of North Wales and the North West, whilst the cities of Liverpool and Manchester are within daily commuting distance. Accessibility is assisted by local railway stations at Penyffordd, Buckley and Hawarden. Mainline railway stations at Wrexham and Chester and international airports at Liverpool and Manchester.
This is an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a property offering such wide appeal to a range of prospective purchasers, not only to include the possibility of residential development and equestrian/smallholding use but potentially other commercial uses subject to obtaining the appropriate planning consent for a range of commercial uses requiring a degree of visibility and/or accessibility.
Cross Farm Farmhouse is a well constructed dwelling of attractive dressed stone beneath a slate roof. The property offers deceptively spacious accommodation and whilst occupied would benefit from a scheme of modernisation throughout. Briefly the property includes:-
UPVC glazed entrance door to
With stairs off.
4.37m x 3.64m
Tiled open fireplace with storage cupboards to side. UPVC double glazed window to front with quarry tiled cill.
4.34m x 3.9m max into alcove
Two double glazed UPVC windows, door to Cellar.
4.4m x 3.47m
Modern tiled open fireplace, quarry tiled floor, storage cupboard to fireplace recess, beamed ceilings with original meat hooks, door through to
3.63m x 1.55m
3.75m x 2.1m
With a range of kitchen units with work surfaces and wall mounted units. Rear door.
External brick toilet to rear.
4.37m x 4.87m max
UPVC double glazed window to front with quarry tiled cill and blocked up fireplace.
3.62m x 4.36m max
UPVC double glazed window, blocked up original open fireplace.
2.12m x 3.6m
With door leading through to
3.04m x 1.53m
Low level wc, paneled bath with electric shower over, partly tiled walls, UPVC frosted double glazed window and storage cupboard.
3.75m x 3.23m max
Blocked up open fireplace. Box Room off
Stairs from landing to
Attic Rooms (restricted head height)
3.64m x 4.87m
4.87m x 4.75m
The property is approached directly off a small cul-de-sac leading off the A5118 into an attractive cobbled yard providing car parking for several vehicles.
Gardens to front and former orchard to side set behind stone wall.
The farm buildings are situated to the rear of the farmhouse with access either from the cobbled farmyard or alternatively with independent access off the A5118 or the A550. The buildings comprise a number of mainly traditional ranges the principal range being a most attractive L shaped double storey range, offering significant potential for a variety of alternative uses to include.
An attractive range of original pig sties of brick, stone and slate construction with adjoining general stores.
Substantial double storey traditional L shaped range of mellow brick construction beneath a slate roof, with arched doorways and numerous window openings to both elevations. The building includes a variety of shipons, loose boxes, barns the majority having a loft over. Measuring externally approximately 4.8m x 8.5m with a return section of 8.1m x 5.9m.
Adjoining stone and corrugated iron general store.
3 bay timber pole corrugated iron open fronted implement/hay shed measuring 14m x 7.3m.
Mono pitch range of brick and asbestos loose boxes/stables with concrete floors measuring 4m x 19m in total.
The holding in total extends to 1.52 acres (0.62 ha) which includes an attractive pasture paddock immediately to the north of the farmstead extending to 0.6 acres.
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Flintshire County Council
Dee Valley Water
P.O. Box 276
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Chester office.
The purchaser shall be responsible for the erection and maintenance thereafter of a stock proof fence of galvanized pig netting, wooden posts 1.8m centres and single strand of barbed wire along the boundary shown A-B-C.
The vendors own additional adjoining land to the north and west. This is not included in the sale but may be available to the successful purchaser by separate negotiation.
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ACT
The property, notwithstanding any description contained within these particulars, is sold subject to any Development Plan, Tree Preservation Order, Town Planning Scheme or Agreement, Resolution or Notice, which may come to be in force and also subject to any statutory provisions or bylaw, without obligation on the part of the vendor to specify them.
SALE PARTICULARS AND PLANS
The plans and schedule of land is based on the Ordnance Survey. These particulars and plans are believed to be correct, but neither the vendor nor the Auctioneers shall be held liable for any error or mis-statement, fault or defect in the particulars and plans, neither shall such error, mis-statement, fault or defect annul the sale. The purchasers will be deemed to have inspected the property and satisfied themselves as to the condition and circumstances thereof.