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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 4 reception rooms

Features

  • Freehold
  • Open plan kitchen, dining & family room
  • Good office with broadband
  • Detached brick barn with potential for conversion
  • Lovely level lawned gardens
  • Additional paddock
  • Parking for a number of vehicles
  • Tranquil setting
  • Access to good schools

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Description

Thought to have been built in 1700, Cherry Tree Farm is a home that is full of character. It has been altered and extended over the years, resulting in an enchanting family home.

The entrance hall, off which is a downstairs shower room to the left, leads to the spacious kitchen/dining/family room on the right. The kitchen has fitted floor units, an oil fired Aga, electric hob, a central island and granite work tops. It combines stylish functionality and wonderful character from the original exposed timber frames in the wall. The kitchen and downstairs shower room have underfloor heating. There are steps down to the dining area with French doors to the garden, as well as to the utility and larder; oak flooring extends through to a family room with a second set of doors to the garden.

Adjacent to this is a drawing room, currently used as an additional dining room, with a brick fireplace and a log burner, stairs to the first floor and a door to the sitting room. This charming sitting room has a log burner, exposed beams and an adjoining study overlooking the orchard beyond. The kitchen is also accessible from the sitting room.
On the first floor, the main bedroom has a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and characterful exposed beams. There are 2 further double bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes, and one with en-suite shower, and a single bedroom. A family bathroom, with bath and shower, completes the first floor accommodation.

The traditional brick barn is immediately adjacent to the house and, although currently used for storage, could (subject to planning) be developed for ancillary accommodation, a home office, garaging, or a gymnasium.

Bangor-on-Dee is a picturesque village on the banks of the River Dee offering a range of day-to-day amenities including a convenience store, Post Office, church, hairdresser, pubs, restaurants and a host of sporting facilities including river fishing and rafting, and National Hunt racecourse. The market town of Ellesmere is within easy reach, with good local shops as well as supermarkets and restaurants, and walking around The Mere itself. Whitchurch has excellent shopping and dining experiences together with an array of leisure facilities including the Hill Valley Hotel, Golf & Spa. The country lifestyle offered by this property is supplemented by a wide range of beautiful country walks and riding opportunities with access to extensive bridleway networks.

Whilst enjoying a tranquil setting, Bangor-on-Dee has excellent links to main regional centres in both Wales and England with the A525 to Wrexham, the A483 bypass linking Wrexham, Chester and Oswestry, and on to the M53, facilitating daily commuting to the major commercial and industrial centres of the region.

For rail travel, Whitchurch Station is approximately 9 miles from the property, with Wrexham General 8.5 miles and Crewe station 25 miles away respectively, with direct lines to London Euston.

The area has access to a number of state schools, including Ysgol Sant Dunawd, St. Mary’s Overton and The Maelor School, together with a good selection of noteworthy independent schools including Prospects School, Packwood Haugh, Ellesmere College and Moreton Hall.

The traditional brick barn is immediately adjacent to the house and, although currently used for storage, could (subject to planning) be developed for ancillary accommodation, a home office, garaging, or a gymnasium.

The house is flanked by lovely gardens, mostly laid to lawn, and an area for a vegetable garden. The paddock lies beyond the drive and could possibly be an extension of the garden.

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Local Amenities

  • Whitchurch (Shropshire) 7.3 miles
  • Wrexham Central 8 miles
  • Borderbrook School 1 miles
  • Madras Primary School 1.9 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Whitchurch (Shropshire) 7.3 miles
  • Wrexham Central 8 miles
  • Borderbrook School 1 miles
  • Madras Primary School 1.9 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in LL13:

  • £284,115
  • Price decrease

  • -£33,250
  • (-10.477%)
  • Over the last 12 months

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    £252,338
  • Properties sold

    60

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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
14th Jul 2020 £625,000 First listed
6th Jun 2011 £485,000 Last sold

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