Wynnstay Hall Estate, Ruabon

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4


This outstanding Grade 2 Listed residence forms part of The Great Hall within the renowned Wynnstay Hall Estate which was once the seat of The Watkin Williams-Wynn family. More latterly the property was used as 'Lindisfarne' Private School prior to its conversion into superior apartments and houses set amidst 27 acres of shared grounds including parkland, former playing fields, tennis courts, a lake and the Grade 1 listed walled gardens originally designed in 1777 by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. This particular property is arranged over three floors and provides spacious well proportioned accommodation containing many character features. Briefly it comprises a communal entrance; entrance hall; over 17' x 15' lounge overlooking open ground and the lake; dining room with glass roof and feature stone wall including a closed arched doorway to the 'Jewel Tower'; high gloss laminate kitchen with contrasting granite work surfaces and a full range of integrated appliances. On the first floor a spacious landing gives access to three bedrooms, one en-suite, and a four piece bathroom. On the second floor there is a fourth double bedroom with large store cupboard. The property is double glazed and gas centrally heated from a 'Worcester' combi boiler installed in January 2022. Outside there is one dedicated parking space in front of the house with additional unlimited parking in the nearby visitor car park. 999 year leasehold.


The Wynnstay Hall Estate is approached over a magnificent one third of a mile long tree-lined drive from the A539 Ruabon to Overton Road. There are views from the front of the house over the former playing fields and lake towards the Welsh Mountains. It is situated about half a mile from the historic village of Ruabon which lies at the centre of a triangle formed by the towns of Oswestry, Llangollen and Wrexham, all approximately seven miles away. The nearby A483 dual carriageway accesses Chester (18 miles) and the motorway network to the north with Oswestry, Shrewsbury and the M54 to the south. Village amenities include a variety of Shops, Primary and Secondary Schools, a Health Centre, a choice of Hostelries and a Railway Station.


of stone-faced external walls beneath a predominantly slated roof.

The Accommodation

(with approximate room dimensions) on The Ground Floor comprises :-

Communal Hall

Which serves only two other properties. Patterned tiled floor.

Entrance Hall

29' 3'' x 9' 5'' (8.91m x 2.87m) and 3'5" (1.04m).

L-shaped. Radiator. Understairs cloaks cupboard. One wall of exposed stonework. Porcelain tiled floor. Two double power points.


17' 9'' x 15' 6'' (5.41m x 4.72m)

Two large double glazed sash windows overlooking the former playing fields and lake with the Welsh mountains in the distance beyond. Two pendant light points. Two wall-lights. Television aerial point. Three double power points. Fibre-optic broadband point. 10'3" (3.12m) high ceiling.

Dining Room

13' 8'' x 9' 0'' (4.16m x 2.74m)

Exposed stone wall with a closed arched former entrance to the "Jewel Tower". Double glazed glass ceiling. Radiator. Wall-lights. Two double power points. Strip timber flooring.

Inner Hall

5' 8'' x 4' 8'' (1.73m x 1.42m)

Porcelain tiled floor. 3'10" (1.16m) wide staircase with Half-Landing leading off.


10' 9'' x 14' 7'' (3.27m x 4.44m) maximum.

Fitted high gloss cream toned shaker style units with contrasting granite work surfaces and upstands including an inset stainless steel sink with monobloc mixer tap attachment set into two-doored base units, one drawer pack and extended work surfaces, beneath which there is an integrated dishwasher, an electric oven and washing machine. Tall unit accommodating a "Worcester" combination gas fired central heating boiler with an adjoining tall unit having an integrated fridge and separate freezer. Strip timber floor. Radiator. Two double power points with concealed spurs for appliances. External door to Side Porch with an easement for external access. Inset ceiling lighting. Extractor fan. Double glazed roof-light.


32' 6'' x 6' 4'' (9.90m x 1.93m) maximum.

Two double power points. Double glazed roof-light. Radiator.

No. 1 Bedroom

17' 9'' x 12' 0'' (5.41m x 3.65m)

Two large double glazed sash windows having the same view as the Lounge. Radiator. Three double power points. Walk-in wardrobe.

En-Suite Shower Room

9' 9'' x 6' 7'' (2.97m x 2.01m)

Fitted three piece white suite comprising a 1200 mm shower tray with screen enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled dual flush w.c. Part tiled walls. Electric light/shaver point. Inset ceiling lighting. Extractor fan. Radiator.

No. 2 Bedroom

16' 9'' x 11' 2'' (5.10m x 3.40m)

Double glazed side window and roof-light. Radiator. Loft access-point. Two pendant light points. Five double power points.

No. 3 Bedroom

10' 5'' x 8' 7'' (3.17m x 2.61m)

Exposed roof purlins. Double glazed roof-light. Radiator. Two double power points. Three wall-lights.


9' 8'' x 8' 4'' (2.94m x 2.54m)

Fitted four piece white suite comprising a 1200 mm shower tray with screen enclosure and mains thermostatic shower, close coupled dual flush w.c., panelled bath with shower mixer tap attachment and pedestal wash hand basin. Part tiled walls. Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator. Electric light with shaver point. Extractor fan. Inset ceiling lighting.

On The Second Floor:

Landing with roof-light.

No. 4 Bedroom

19' 0'' x 14' 2'' (5.79m x 4.31m) maximum.

Exposed purlins and two double glazed roof-lights. Television aerial point. Dormer loft access-point. Four double power points. Radiator. Access to large storage cupboard.


The property has the shared use with the other residents of the approximate 27 acres of communal grounds which include parkland, former playing fields, tennis courts, a lake and a Grade 1 Listed walled garden originally designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. There is ONE DEDICATED PARKING SPACE to the front of the house with additional unlimited parking within the near-by visitors car park.


Mains water, gas and electricity are connected subject to statutory regulations. Private drainage. The Central Heating is a conventional radiator system effected by the "Worcester" combination gas fired boiler situated in January 2022. BT fibre-optic broadband is currently connected.


Leasehold. 999 year lease at an annual Ground Rent of one daffodil. There is a Service/Maintenance Charge of approximately £130.00 per calendar month to cover external maintenance. Vacant Possession on Completion.


Certain fitted floor and window coverings are available by negotiation.


By prior appointment with the Agents.

Council Tax Band:

The property is valued in Band "G".


EPC = C. A full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) relating to this property is available electronically at https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/ You will need to use the post code (LL14 6LA) and property name or number (Ransome House).


For satellite navigation use the post code LL14 6LA. From Wrexham proceed south on the A483 until eventually taking exit 1 signposted A539 Whitchurch and Llangollen. At the exit slip-road turn left and at the next T junction turn right towards Overton. At the brow of the hill turn right between two Gatehouses onto the tree-lined drive. Proceed until reaching the visitor car parking area to the right of the main entrance. Park here to be met by the viewing representative.

01978 340000

Bowen Son & Watson - Wrexham

1 King Street, Wrexham, LL11 1HF

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