A Grade II listed 7 bedroom town house with self-contained 2 bedroom annexe

Laurel Bank is an imposing family home offering flexible accommodation over three floors, together with an adjoining two bedroom annexe offering scope for multi-generational living. The property combines the amenities of a modern home with retained character features including sash windows and exposed beams.

The ground floor accommodation leads from the reception hall and includes a spacious front aspect sitting room with feature open fireplace, large dining room with inglenook fireplace and woodburning stove and access to the front garden, and the sizeable breakfast room. Off this is the country kitchen, fitted with a range of bespoke units, large central island and modern integrated appliances, with access to the shared inner hall of the annexe.

The secondary (former servants) staircase is located in the breakfast room which has an Aga installed. Off this is the family snug with a further woodburning stove, and the garden room with direct courtyard access.

The first floor accommodation offers a spacious master bedroom with feature fireplace, two further well-proportioned bedrooms, a dressing room, two family bathrooms, one with wood panelling and a cloakroom. The property’s four remaining bedrooms can be found on the second floor, together with a good-sized store room above the archway and a shower room.

Double doors from the courtyard give private access to the self-contained annexe which comprises a generous open plan sitting room/dining room with fitted kitchen, shower room and stairs to the first floor with two well-proportioned bedrooms and a cloakroom.


The property has a front garden with an area of lawn bordered by mature shrubs and a side driveway leading to a cobbled rear courtyard. The courtyard is bordered by well-stocked flowerbeds and covered seating areas with a paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, a large integral garage and a double-height games room.


Farndon offers a good selection of day-to-day amenities and facilities including a pub, GP surgery, church, post office and primary school.

More extensive sporting, leisure and retail facilities can be found in the nearby town of Wrexham and the historic city of Chester, both of which offer a wide range of both major and independent retailers, retail parks and mainline train stations. Ideal for the commuter, the village offers easy access to the A55 North Wales Expressway with its excellent links to the M53, M56 and national motorway networks and to key regional centres in both Wales and England.

The area offers access to a number of state schools, including Farndon Primary School in the village, Darland High School and Ysgol Morgan Llwyd, together with a good selection of independent schools including Abbey Gate, The King’s School, The Queen’s School and The Firs.


From Chester take the B5130 for 8 miles to the village of Farndon and turn right in the centre of the village, proceeding briefly down the hill towards the Dee Bridge. The driveway of Laurel Bank will be found to the left.

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Other features

  • Stunning Georgian style family home in a central village location
  • Spacious and versatile accommodation across three floors
  • Adjoining two bedroom annexe suitable for multi-generational living or further accommodation
  • Character features including inglenook fireplace, archway with historical hayloft above and rock-cut cellar
  • Cobbled courtyard to rear with sheltered areas for al fresco dining and entertaining
  • Double-height games room and large garage

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Ref: CHS160226

High Street, Farndon Chester CH3

Guide Price

Ref: CHS160226

High Street, Farndon Chester CH3

Guide Price