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Gwernydd Farm

Garth Road, Garth, Llangollen LL20 7UR

£595,000

For Sale

A former dairy farm comprising a spacious four bedroomed farmhouse, outbiuldings and 22 acres.

Summary

  • Farmhouse, Buildings and 21 acres
  • Traditional Stone Built Barns
  • Superb Private Location
  • Surrounding Grassland of about 21 Acres

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Plans

Description

A former dairy farm comprising a spacious four
bedroomed farmhouse with a traditional range of solid
stone farm buildings and surrounding land extending to
just under 22 acres. 
Gwernydd Farm is approached over a long private
driveway and occupies a totally private, elevated position
with outstanding views over the Dee Valley. Whilst the
farmhouse requires modernisation and refurbishment, it
offers the potential to provide a superb country residence
with an extensive range of traditional stone buildings
offering further potential for conversion subject to
planning consent. The property includes 21.88 acres of
land making it ideal for those keeping horses or other
livestock.
The rural village of Garth has a well regarded primary
school and the riverside town of Llangollen (a distance of
about 4 miles) has an excellent range of restaurants,
shops, schools etc. and is famous for hosting the annual
International Eisteddfod. 
The farmhouse is constructed of brick elevations
beneath clay tiled roofs and offers outstanding potential
for modernisation and improvement. It benefits from oil
fired central heating and the internal accommodation
briefly comprises:
RECEPTION HALL
Having the original tiled floor and under stairs cupboard.
Main staircase and second staircase leading to the rear
bedrooms.
SITTING ROOM
15’0” × 13’9” (4.57m x 4.19m)
Measured to exclude the bay window. Built in cupboards.
MORNING ROOM
14’6” × 14’0” (4.42m x 4.27m)
Having tiled floor and tiled fireplace
DINING ROOM
16’3” × 14’6” (4.95m x 4.42m)
Having tiled fireplace with cupboards at side.
STUDY
14’0” × 9’3” (4.27m x 2.82m)
KITCHEN
17’0” × 14’3” (max) (5.18m x 4.34m (max))
Having twin bowl sink unit and a range of fitted base
units, drawers, suspended wall cupboards and work
surfaces. Electric cooker point.
UTILITY
8’0” × 7’6” (2.44m x 2.29m)
Having fitted base units, WC and free standing central
heating boiler.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM ONE
15’9” × 14’3” (4.80m x 4.34m)
Having the original fireplace with built in cupboards at the
side.
BEDROOM TWO
16’3” × 14’3” (4.95m x 4.34m)
Similarly fitted
BEDROOM THREE
15’0” × 13’9” (4.57m x 4.19m)
Similarly fitted
BEDROOM FOUR
16’9” × 14’0” (5.11m x 4.27m)
BATHROOM
13’9” × 9’0” (4.19m x 2.74m)
Having paneled bath, wash hand basin and low level
WC.
REAR LANDING
With stairs to ground floor
ATTACHED WORKSHOP
9’9” × 8’3” (2.97m x 2.51m)
STONE BUILT GARDEN STORE
9’9” × 9’6” (2.97m x 2.90m)
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OPEN GARAGE
17’3” × 16’9” (5.26m x 5.11m)
Of solid stone construction
FARM BUILDINGS
DIRECTIONS
From Wrexham take the A483 in a southerly direction
exiting at Ruabon onto the A539 and following the signs
to Llangollen. Continue for about 2 miles into the village
of Trevor and turn right signposted to Garth. After about
wrexham@jonespeckover.com
FARM BUILDINGS
There is an extensive range of traditional stone farm
buildings included with the property, some of which are in
poor condition and should not be entered. However, they
offer fantastic potential for conversion to a variety of uses
(subject to the necessary planning consent). The
buildings briefly comprise:
Two storied L shaped range of stone and slated buildings
(65’ x 18’ plus 50’ x 18’ overall) - comprising the original
shippons, former dairy, loose boxes and open implement
store.
Stone built range comprising the former pig sty and loose
box with loft over (the roof has collapsed).
Modern cattle shed (85’ x 40’).
Former silage clamp.
THE LAND
The property is approached from the highway over a long
private driveway to the farmstead,. The land is shown
edged red on the attached plan. It is mainly down to
grass and will be found to be in good heart. It includes
small wooded areas which run down to the stream, an
extends in all to 21.88 acres.
SERVICES
We understand that mains water and electricity are
connected subject to statutory regulations. Private
drainage and conventional oil fired central heating.
Neither the services nor appliances have been tested
and prospective purchasers are invited to obtain
specialist reports if required. 
COUNCIL TAX: Band G
TENURE
Understood to be Freehold with Vacant Possession upon
Completion. Prospective purchasers are advised to seek
Legal advice prior to purchasing any property.
of Trevor and turn right signposted to Garth. After about
500 yards the entrance to Gwernydd Farm will be seen
on the right hand side, by the War Memorial.
VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment through the Sole Agent’s,
Wrexham Office, 
Tel: (01978) 364283. 
Email:- wrexham@jonespeckover.com 
Website:- www.jonespeckover.co.uk
MISREPRESENTATION ACT
Messrs. Jones Peckover for themselves and for the
vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they
are give notice that:- 1. The particulars are set out as a
general outline only for the guidance of intending
purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute, nor
constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions,
dimensions, references to condition and necessary
permissions for use and occupation, and other details
are given without responsibility and any intending
purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as
statements or representations of fact but must satisfy
themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the
correctness of each of them. 3. No person in the
employment of Messrs. Jones Peckover has the
authority to make or give any representation of warranty
whatever in relation to this property.

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