High Street, Gresford, Wrexham
£750,000 SOLD STC
Property reference: CF970
- Beautiful on the outside and stunning on the inside
- Period features throughout
- Central village location with private aspects
- Mature grounds
- Three good size reception rooms
- Five bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Detached coach house
- Walking distance to local shops
- Must see home
- Energy Performance Rating D 60 (2766 sqft)
- All Saints’ Gresford School0.1 Miles
- The Rofft School0.6 Miles
- Rhosnesni High School2.2 Miles
- Ysgol Bryn Alyn2.2 Miles
- Alyn Bridge1.7 Miles
- Christ Church1.8 Miles
- Rossett Green2.0 Miles
- Gresford Trust Memorial Hall0.1 Miles
- The Plough0.2 Miles
- Gresford and District Community Library0.2 Miles
- Griffin Inn0.2 Miles
Possibly one of the finest properties within this pretty village and the surrounding area, you can’t help but stand back and admire the beautiful facade of this family home. A truly stunning home centrally positioned within Gresford village, making full use of all the local amenities, with the A483 close by ensuring that places of interest and business are easily accessed. It is a fine example of the Victorian period with high plaster moulded ceilings, elegant sash windows with shutters and open fireplaces. The accommodation is really well proportioned and ideal for family living, with three fine reception rooms, vestibule, large hall, kitchen with breakfast seating area just off, along with attached boot room, WC and utility room. To the first floor there are five bedrooms, with a family bathroom and shower room. On approaching the property, you are greeted with a gated entrance which opens onto an extensive parking area. The front view of the property is a joy to behold, with its large lawned frontage with fabulous open aspect, the garden continues to the side of the house to a further lawned area with established trees, planted borders and cobbled patio seating area. The property has the advantage of a detached coach house which could be utilised as a separate annexe, however it is currently used for storage with a home office on the first floor complete with kitchen and bathroom facilities, along with further storage rooms. This is unique family home is certainly not one to be missed!
15' 1'' x 13' 5'' (4.6m x 4.1m)
14' 9'' x 22' 0'' (4.5m x 6.7m)
14' 5'' x 21' 4'' (4.4m x 6.5m)
10' 6'' x 8' 2'' (3.2m x 2.5m)
15' 1'' x 18' 8'' (4.6m x 5.7m)
14' 9'' x 12' 10'' (4.5m x 3.9m)
15' 1'' x 12' 10'' (4.6m x 3.9m)
15' 5'' x 12' 2'' (4.7m x 3.7m)
9' 6'' x 12' 6'' (2.9m x 3.8m)
14' 9'' x 12' 2'' (4.5m x 3.7m)
11' 10'' x 8' 2'' (3.6m x 2.5m)
6' 3'' x 8' 6'' (1.9m x 2.6m)
Store Room 1
18' 1'' x 14' 5'' (5.5m x 4.4m)
Store Room 2
9' 6'' x 14' 5'' (2.9m x 4.4m)
9' 2'' x 14' 1'' (2.8m x 4.3m)
8' 6'' x 6' 3'' (2.6m x 1.9m)
9' 2'' x 7' 3'' (2.8m x 2.2m)
7' 3'' x 8' 10'' (2.2m x 2.7m)
Ideally situated in the heart of Gresford Village, set back from the Gresford lake, with a leafy outlook to the front. All Saints’ Church described as ‘one of the finest parish churches in Wales’ is along the High Street and the stunning lake with seating areas and children’s play areas is opposite the property. The property lies a short walk away from a range of day to day shopping facilities including a Co-op, Spar, butchers & bakery with public houses/restaurants. Buses from the village run to Chester every 10 minutes. Outdoor village activities on your doorstep include the football team, cricket nets, tennis courts and the sailing club on the local ‘Flash’. The property is a stroll away from a 77-acre nature reserve which has several woodland trails, an outdoor gym and a woodland play area. Gresford enjoys a thriving community with yoga, fitness and street dance classes. In addition, Gresford is home to the multi-million pound national football development centre, whilst the Wrexham tennis centre which accommodates 14 courts is within 4 miles.
Original entrance door with inset frosted glazed window, with arched frosted window above. Stone flooring. Original details include servants’ bells, plate racks and deep skirting with matching architrave. Attractive turned spindled staircase rises to the first floor accommodation with door beneath leading to the basement which benefits from power, lighting and useful storage. Radiator. Power points. Internal doors lead into the reception rooms and kitchen.
Glazed window to the front elevation with secondary glazed unit. Working Victorian open fire set on a slate hearth with wooden surround. Built-in cabinet and open shelving to the side of the chimney breast. Additional built-in book-case with low level cupboards. Radiator. TV aerial and power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
A lovely light and airy room thanks to a walk-in sash bay window to the front elevation, with an additional sash window to the rear with secondary glazed unit. Working Victorian open fireplace set on a tiled hearth with carved wooden surround. Victorian wrought iron radiators. Power points. Plate rack and ceiling light point.
The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive arrangement of ‘Cheshire Kitchen’ hand painted wall and base cabinets. The granite work-surface houses a Belfast style sink with drainer and mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks to the work-surface area with power points. A mock chimney breast houses a double cooker with extractor hood and built-in lighting above. Integral dishwasher and fridge. A combination of herringbone quarry tiled flooring and traditional quarry tiles. Feature Victorian wrought iron fireplace. Original servants’ bells. Victorian wrought iron radiator. Recessed spotlights and ceiling light points. Sash window with built-in shutters to the side elevation. Tongue and groove latch door leads into the boot room, whilst a further door leads into the inner hall.
Quarry tiled flooring. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail and ceiling light point. Internal doors lead into the utility room and dining room, whilst a further door leads out onto the rear elevation.
Fitted with base and wall mounted cupboards. The solid wood work-surface houses a stainless-steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks to the work-surface area with power points. Plumbing for washing machine and condenser dryer. Space for a fridge and a freezer. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point. Sash window to the side elevation.
Sash bay window to the front elevation. Wood-burning stove set on a slate hearth within a painted chimney breast with exposed brick backdrop. Radiators. Power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
Double-glazed window the side elevation. Door with inset frosted glazed window opens out onto the rear elevation. Quarry tiled flooring. Radiator. Power points. Ceiling light point. Internal doors lead into WC and internal rear stairwell.
Fitted with a low-level WC and pedestal washbasin with tiled splashback. Quarry tiled flooring. Useful under-stairs storage. Extractor fan. Ceiling light point.
Windows to both the side and rear elevations. A large conservation skylight floods the landing and stairwell with natural daylight. Walk in airing cupboard which houses the pressurised cylinder tank, with fitted shelving, power and lighting. An additional built-in linen cupboard. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail and ceiling light points. Internal doors lead into the bedrooms and bathroom.
Two sash windows with secondary glazing both enjoy fabulous elevated views over the garden, and beyond over Gresford Lake. Built-in storage to the side of bed. Radiators. Power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
Sash window with secondary glazing enjoys fabulous elevated views over the garden, and beyond over Gresford Lake. Built in storage and shelves in chimney breast inset to each side of bed. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
Sash window with secondary glazing enjoys fabulous elevated views over the garden, and beyond over the lake. Built-in shelving inset to the chimney breast. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
Sash window with secondary glazing to the side elevation. Built-in wardrobes provide hanging and shelving facilities. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
Sash window with secondary glazing to the side elevation. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail, coved ceiling and recessed spotlights.
Fitted with a double-ended roll-top bath with chrome fittings and mixer shower attachment. Fully tiled shower cubicle with power shower. Low-level WC. Pedestal washbasin. Part tiled walls. Exposed wooden flooring. Built-in cupboards and shelving. Heated towel rail and additional radiator. Extractor fan. Picture rail and ceiling light point. Frosted sash window to the rear elevation.
A well-appointed suite to include a double shower cubicle with chrome fittings, power shower and glass shower screen. Low-level WC and pedestal washbasin. Travertine tiled flooring with matching part tiled walls incorporating a recessed display niche. Heated towel rail and additional radiator. Extractor fan. Picture rail and ceiling light point. Conservation Velux roof window.
The property is approached via a wrought iron gated entrance opening onto an extensive gravelled frontage providing ample off-road parking. The property is set within mature and private grounds offering an open lawned frontage with herbaceous planted beds and established line of trees, all with a fabulous view over Gresford Lake. There is outside power to the front and courtesy coach lighting. A pedestrian panelled gate to the side elevation leads onto an enclosed wood store, whilst a further gated entrance provides access onto the rear garden. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a cobbled courtyard and patio seating area. There is an outside cold-water supply, power and lighting. The rear garden is fully enclosed with a combination of mature hedgerow and brick walls, and enjoys a vast degree of privacy, not being directly overlooked.
The detached Coach House would benefit from a scheme of modernisation/renovation and currently comprises of the following:
Store Room 1
Single pedestrian door leads into the original stables with exposed brick flooring. Glazed window to the side elevation.
Store Room 2
Double doors to the front. Lighting and power.
Staircase rises to the first floor. Quarry tiled flooring. Wall mounted electric consumer unit. Ceiling light point. Glazed window to the front elevation.
Glazed window to the front elevation. Electric storage heater. Power points. Ceiling light point. Doors lead into the bedroom, kitchenette and bathroom.
Window to the front elevation. Ceiling light point. Internal doors lead into additional rooms.
Windows to both the front and side elevations. Power points. Ceiling light point.
Window to the side elevation. Power points. Ceiling light point.
Fitted with base and wall mounted units. The work-surface houses a stainless-steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Plumbing for washing machine. Hatch provides access to loft space. Power to the work-surface area. Ceiling light point. Glazed window to the side elevation.
Fitted with a panelled bath with electric shower over. Low-level WC and pedestal washbasin. Ceiling light point. Frosted window to the front elevation.
Taking the Wrexham A483 out of Chester continue along the bypass exiting at signs for Rossett / Marford. At the top of the slip-road take your first turning left and continue down to the roundabout turning right for Marford. Proceed along the road, passing through Marford which then leads into Gresford. After some distance and at the traffic lights on the cross roads, turn right into The High Street, following the road along until the duck pond is seen on the left and the entrance to the property will be seen on the right.
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