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Worthenbury, Wrexham, LL13

  • 6 beds


  • 6 beds
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The Manor was enlarged and remodeled in the 1890s, in the Revival William & Mary style and divided in 1951. The principal part of this historic country home retained the name of The Manor which comes to the market for the first time in 42 years. It's Grade II listed for its architectural merit and wealth of original features. These include 17th century oak paneling, pitched pine herringbone floors, beamed ceilings, 4 original fireplaces, original doors with period brass door furniture, and original oak and pitch pine leaded and casement windows. This imposing property provides 4600 square feet over three floors with many generously proportioned characterful rooms.

The characteristic arched and studded double doors open onto a porch to the grand reception hall, with steps, a W/C, garden access and a wide stairway rising to the first-floor level. Fine herringbone flooring runs through to the elegant sitting room, with its high ceiling and striking wood-panelled Inglenook fireplace. Adjacent is the expansive 26 ft. dual-aspect formal dining/family room, with its abundance of 17th century features, bright views and log-burning stove (which can also be used to run the heating if needs be). The traditional kitchen has a range of wall and base cabinetry and appliances, with an adjacent utility room, cool pantry, boot room and W/C. From here, a secondary hallway houses an additional staircase and flows to the garden.

The first floor has a window affording far-reaching garden views, a peaceful study, an attractive family bathroom and three of the property's six characterful bedrooms. The larger principal enjoys two walk in wardrobes and steps down to an en-suite bathroom/dressing room with a wall of wardrobes and cupboards. The second floor provides a further three bedrooms, one of which was used as an office and another is currently used as a family room, and there is also an additional family bathroom.

The charming village of Worthenbury with its historic church sits on the scenic borders of Wales, Shropshire and Cheshire, enjoying picturesque surrounding countryside offering an array of outdoor pursuits.

The nearby villages of Bangor-on-Dee and Malpas offer excellent local everyday amenities, with a more comprehensive range of cultural and recreational facilities available in the thriving cities of Chester, Wrexham and the town of Shrewsbury.

Chester also boasts the King's and Queen's independent schools, with convenient rail services to London Euston. Rail services can also be found at Crewe and Shrewsbury. Road links are accessible via the A55 North Wales Expressway, M53 and M56.

The residence sits centrally to but privately from the neighbouring properties. A long sweeping gravelled shared driveway and private parking is flanked by wilding woodland under planted with shrubs and grass inset with snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells. There is also a kitchen garden with 5 raised beds, one of which is dedicated to asparagus. There is also soft fruit (raspberries, blackberries, loganberries and red currants) along with 8 fruit trees (damson, Mirabelle, plum, apple and pear). Hidden in the trees is a log store and garden shed.

A paved terrace running the length of the home has a herb garden set into it close to the kitchen door, all of which enjoys a warm south-westerly aspect, whilst a neat yew hedge divides and offers an archway through to the pretty rear seating area, backing onto uninterrupted countryside.
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