Worthenbury, Wrexham

£200,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A spacious and characterful semi-detached cottage at the centre of Worthenbury village providing modernised accommodation featuring an environmentally friendly wood-chip fuelled heating system. The property has three good-sized bedrooms with first-floor shower room and downstairs a dining kitchen and living room, all with ancillaries comprising an additional shower room, walk-in pantry, workshop and store. Externally there is a rear yard and there is a side garden. Viewing recommended.

Method of Sale:

The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender. Sealed written bids are invited to the Agent's Wrexham Offices by no later than 12.00 pm midday on Friday 7th May 2021. Bids received shall be deemed to be individual purchasers 'final and best'. No further negotiation will be entered into after the time and date specified. Prospective purchasers are asked to articulate the full nature of their bid including chain details and providing a lender 'offer in principle' if mortgage finance is required.

The Accommodation

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

Entrance Hall

10' 8'' x 4' 0'' (3.25m x 1.21m)

Approached through a traditional oak door. Laminate timber effect flooring. Fitted shelving. Open plan portion to:

Living Room

14' 5'' x 14' 4'' (4.40m x 4.38m)

Exposed beams to ceiling. Laminate timber effect flooring. Radiator. Double glazed window with quarry tiled window-sill. Heavy beam lintel over exposed brick fireplace above a stone hearth having fitted wood-burner.

Kitchen and Dining Room

16' 8'' x 11' 11'' (5.09m x 3.64m)

Fitted with a porcelain single drainer sink unit set into solid timber (cherry) block work surface. Inset four-ring halogen hob with fitted cooker hood above. Built-in electric oven and grill. Space for fridge/freezer. Space with plumbing for dishwasher. Tiling to work areas. Free-standing "Diva Mid Chip" bio-mass wood-burning central heating boiler, which effects radiators and the hot water system. Double glazed windows. Double glazed French window to side garden. Heat detector.

Rear Hallway

13' 0'' x 10' 2'' (3.95m x 3.11m) maximum.

Quarry tiled floor. Part glazed back door. Built-in storage cupboard to understairs recess.

Shower Room

6' 10'' x 4' 11'' (2.08m x 1.51m)

Modern white suite comprising a wash-stand with bowl together with close-flush w.c. and separate shower tray. Double glazed windows. Part tiling to walls. Heated towel rail.

Pantry

7' 0'' x 4' 5'' (2.13m x 1.34m)

Quarry tiled flooring. Double glazed window.

Workshop

12' 4'' x 6' 10'' (3.75m x 2.08m)

Double glazed window. Fitted shelving.

Landing

22' 7'' x 3' 11'' (6.88m x 1.19m) maximum.

Double glazed window. Smoke alarm. Two built-in deep storage cupboards.

No. 1 Bedroom

15' 6'' x 12' 8'' (4.72m x 3.86m)

excluding deep recess for storage radiator. Double glazed windows to return elevations. Period style former fireplace.

No. 2 Bedroom

18' 9'' x 11' 0'' (5.71m x 3.35m)

Radiator. Double glazed window. Laminate timber effect flooring.

No. 3 Bedroom

11' 1'' x 11' 1'' (3.38m x 3.37m)

Double glazed window. Radiator. Laminate timber effect flooring.

Shower Room

9' 0'' x 5' 8'' (2.74m x 1.73m)

Fitted with a modern four-piece white suite comprising a close-flush w.c., bidet, wash-basin and wide shower tray having thermostatic shower over. Part tiled walls. Double-glazed window. Heated towel rail. Tiled floor.

Note:

The property has a fast-fibre internet connection.

Outside:

To the side elevation there is a possible Parking Space together with an enclosed garden bounded by traditional walling. There is a path to the rear which opens to a Yard for sitting, which enjoys a built-in Barbecue. To the front elevation there is a forecourt with gate leading to the front door.

Viewing:

By prior appointment with the Agents.

Council Tax Band:

The property is valued in Band "E".

EPC:

EPC Rating - "F35".

Directions:

Leave Wrexham on the A525 Whitchurch Road continuing through the villages of Marchwiel and Cross Lanes and out towards Bangor on Dee. Take the left hand fork for Bangor on Dee and enter the village over the old bridge. Pass ahead through the village centre continuing straight through the other side and on into the countryside. Worthenbury will be approached over the hump-backed bridge and then the road bends to the right-hand side, when the property will be observed on the right.

Arrange viewing 01978 340000

Bowen Son & Watson - Wrexham

1 King Street, Wrexham, LL11 1HF

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