BEST OFFERS BY MIDDAY FRIDAY 26TH JULY 2019 Circa 7.2 acres of level pastureland with an outbuilding, located within the grounds of the Wynnstay Hall Estate, and with potential to develop, subject to planning permission and freeholders consent
**BEST OFFERS BY MIDDAY FRIDAY THE 26TH JULY 2019**
Accessed from the main drive, the land consists of approximately 7.2 acres which includes an American Barn housing four stables, a storage area and a lockable tack room. The land could be ideal for equestrian use as it is well-drained, and the American Barn could be used to house horses and equipment if required. The area is fenced with high quality horse wire and parts of the boundary lie alongside the Capability Brown Garden. The land could potentially have a number of uses and there could be scope to develop the field, subject to planning and freeholders consent.
Services: Electricity and water. Council Tax: N/A Wayleaves and easements: The property is sold subject to any wayleaves or easements, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
This property has 7.19 acres of land.
Approached along a magnificent tree lined avenue, the Wynnstay Hall Estate was once the principal seat of the Watkin Williams Wynn family and now comprises a number of quality apartments and private houses set amidst parkland and Grade I Listed gardens, which were originally designed in 1777 by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. Whilst enjoying this exclusive location, the land is within driving distance of the nearby villages of Ruabon (1.5 miles) and Overton-On-Dee (5.5 miles), both of which, have local shopping, recreational and educational facilities. Chester (18 miles) and Shrewsbury (27 miles) are both also easily accessible, and both have a more comprehensive range of amenities of all kinds.
From Chester proceed south along the A483, existing at junction 1, signposted Whitchurch and Llangollen. At the mini-roundabout take the first left exit and on reaching the T-junction turn right along the A539 towards Overton. After approximately 500 metres, the entrance to Wynnstay Hall will be seen on your right-hand side, marked by the stone splayed entrance with gatehouses. Proceed up the drive and you will find the land on your left hand side before a circular brick wall.Read all
- Approximately 7.2 acres of level pastureland
- Potential to develop, subject to planning permission and freeholders consent
- Sought-after location
- Outbuilding, which includes 4 stables, storage area and lockable tack room
- Access to water and electricity
- Bridleway access
- No chain