Ffordd Uchaf, Gwynfryn, Nr Wrexham

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3


"Corun-y-Bryn" stands in grounds of approximately 0.42 acre (1683 sq.m.) in a magnificent elevated position with views over the neighbouring countryside towards the Cheshire and Shropshire Plains. The original double fronted stone and slate built house has been extended to the rear ground floor and now comprises a conservatory style entrance; hallway with pine staircase leading off; lounge; dining room; study; breakfast kitchen with light beech finished shaker style units with LPG "SMEG" hob and eye-level electric double oven and grill; utility room and WC. Upstairs a split-level galleried landing leads to two double bedrooms, both with views, one leading to a third single room, and a shower room with 1800 mm low rise tray. Central heating is effected by a 'Worcester' oil fired combi boiler and PVCu double glazing is installed. Outside a long drive leads to an OVER-SIZE GARAGE. The grounds are on two main levels being predominantly grassed with specimen shrubs, greenhouse and shed.


The property occupies a stunning location within this rural village with panoramic views over farmland to the Cheshire and Shropshire Plains. Gwynfryn is a long established rural community just off the A525 Wrexham (7 miles) to Ruthin (8 miles) road. Wide ranging amenities are available in the nearby settlements of Bwlchgwyn, Minera and Coedpoeth. The nearest access-point onto the A483 trunk road is about five miles away, from where there is dual carriageway to Chester (17 miles) and the motorway network.


predominantly of stone beneath a slated roof with a single storey extension to the side and rear.

The Accommodation

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

Conservatory Entrance

9' 3'' x 7' 0'' (2.82m x 2.13m)

Of PVCu framed double glazed construction over a solid plinth. PVCu framed double glazed entrance door. Two wall-lights. Double power points. Georgian-style hardwood door to:


13' 0'' x 5' 9'' (3.96m x 1.75m)

including pine-panelled staircase with turned spindles leading off. Understairs storage cupboard. Radiator. Telephone point. Central heating thermostat. Georgian-style glazed doors leading to:


13' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.96m x 3.65m)

Picture rail. Three double power points. Radiator. Television aerial point.

Inner Hall

9' 4'' x 2' 6'' (2.84m x 0.76m)

Timber panelled ceiling. Double power point.


12' 0'' x 8' 8'' (3.65m x 2.64m)

Louvred-door cupboards accommodating the "Worcester" oil fired combination central heating boiler and pre-lagged hot water cylinder. Strip timber panelled ceiling. BT fibre broadband installation and telephone point. Radiator.

Dining Room

12' 11'' x 11' 7'' (3.93m x 3.53m)

Ornamental stone fireplace surround. Radiator. Wall-lights to arched alcove. Picture rail. Two double power points.

Breakfast Kitchen

14' 0'' x 9' 2'' (4.26m x 2.79m)

Fitted light beech finished shaker style units including a single drainer one-and-a-half-bowl stainless steel sink inset into a range of seven-doored base units and one drawer pack with extended work surfaces, beneath which there is a wine-rack, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for one other appliance. Adjoining tall unit with a "Eurolec" electric double oven with cupboard storage above and below. Inset five-burner "SMEG" LPG hob with chimney-style filter hood above. Matching four-doored suspended wall units. Radiator. Three double power points exposed with concealed spurs for appliances.

Utility Room

8' 7'' x 6' 2'' (2.61m x 1.88m)

Fitted single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Plumbing for a washing machine. Suspended double wall cabinet. Part double glazed PVCu framed external door. Double power point.


8' 0'' x 2' 10'' (2.44m x 0.86m)

Fitted with a low level suite. Single power point. Wall mounted electric radiator. Extractor fan.

Split-Level Landing

with a galleried pitch-pine stairhead. Radiator.

No. 1 Bedroom

12' 10'' x 10' 0'' (3.91m x 3.05m)

to the face of a range of four-doored fitted wardrobes with a central mirror-backed dressing table unit. Picture rail. Radiator. Over-bed light switch. Double power point. Views.

No. 2 Bedroom

12' 6'' x 12' 0'' (3.81m x 3.65m)

Radiator. Picture rail. Over-bed light switch. Two double and one single power points. Views. Inter-communicating with:

No. 3 Bedroom

8' 8'' x 7' 2'' (2.64m x 2.18m)

Radiator. This room previously had an access from the Shower Room which could easily be reinstated if required.

Shower Room

8' 8'' x 7' 6'' (2.64m x 2.28m)

Fitted three piece suite comprising an 1800 mm low rise shower tray with side screen, "Mira" electric shower and water-proof boarded walls, close coupled w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Part tiled walls. Radiator. Loft access-point.


A long drive leads to an attached GARAGE 20'8" x 13'9" (6.29m x 4.19m) with electric light and power points and metal up and over door. The plot is on three main levels. The house stands on the upper level where there is also ample PARKING / TURNING / CARAVAN SPACE together with an aluminium framed GREENHOUSE. There are three flights of steps down to the lower grassed garden which has a variety of shrubs and trees and also a timber SHED. Oil storage tank.


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected subject to statutory regulations. THE CENTRAL HEATING is a conventional radiator system effected by the "Worcester" combination oil fired boiler concealed within a cupboard in the Study. The property is wired for a BT telephone system.


Freehold. Vacant Possession on Completion.


By prior appointment with the Agents.

Council Tax Band:

The property is valued in Band "F".


EPC = Pending. 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 (LL11 5UN) and property name or number (Corun-y-Bryn).


For satellite navigation use the post code LL11 5UN. From Wrexham proceed on the A525 towards Ruthin. Proceed through the village of Coedpoeth and past The Five Crosses Industrial Estate on the right, after which take the left fork onto the Old Road. Continue into a 40 mph speed matrix then turn second left onto Ffordd Uchaf. Continue up the hill for about 50 yards when the entrance and long driveway to "Corun-y-Bryn" will be seen on the right.

01978 340000

Bowen Son & Watson - Wrexham

1 King Street, Wrexham, LL11 1HF

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