Wales LL13 Marchwiel, Wrexham

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£1,200,000
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Features at a glance

  • Fully restored and refurbished
  • Shaker style kitchen
  • Converted period mill
  • 4 reception rooms
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Gym
  • Rural setting
  • 0.83 acres

A sympathetically and sensitively refurbished mill in a magical Welsh setting with 4 bedrooms, gardens and grounds extending to 0.83 acres

Mill Cottage offers an exciting opportunity for a new purchaser to live on the rural outskirts of Wrexham close to Chester and the communication links offered by the A483 and A5. Grade II listed, dating from 1840 and believed to be the historic mill of Marchwiel Hall Mill Cottage has been significantly restored, enhanced and extended over the last two years resulting in a high calibre country house of today. Beautifully situated in discreet woodland the peace and tranquillity is awe inspiring and the lake views are enjoyed from all the principal rooms.

Having been sympathetically extended and enhanced under architectural supervision in 2021 and 2022 the current owners of Mill Cottage have retained and enhanced the architectural details giving immense interest and character both internally and externally. Internally these quality details include restored Coalbrookdale windows, Mandarin Stone marble flooring, deep carved skirting boards hand turned staircase, solid panelled painted doors, oak and slate flooring, decorative cast iron range, limestone fireplace and exposed beams. Externally a combination of stone, painted brick, decorative beams and cladding under a slate tiled roof create an impressive and charming exterior with gravel, decking and stone paviour used to driveway and terraces.

Two entrances have been cleverly implemented with country living at the forefront of the design. The wide front door opens to the charming entrance hall with snug and staircase beyond. The back door opens to a large utility room on the lower ground floor. The heart of Mill Cottage is the spacious and well-designed breakfast kitchen with glazed doorway opening onto the terrace and feature oak and glass staircase leading to the panelled family room below. Attractively and stylishly fitted with both oak and painted shaker style units under contrasting quartz worksurfaces immense thought has been taken with the design, layout and finishes. The dual aspect sitting room offers ample space to entertain with incredible woodland and lawn views embracing the landscape Mill Cottage sits within. Offering further flexibility is the snug, study and detached gym with storage room.

Four double bedrooms, study area, family bathroom and shower room radiate off the landing and all benefit from inspiring rural views. The principal bedroom suite has a feature balcony with spectacular views across the lake and benefits from walk in wardrobe and ensuite shower room.

Local Authority: Wrexham Services: Mains electricity and water. Private drainage that we understand complies with regulations. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax: Band G Fixtures and Fittings: All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. Tenure: Freehold Heritage: Grade II Listed Cadw Ref: 17844

This property has 0.83 acres of land.

Outside

Externally, Mill Cottage is set within a horticultural oasis of both woodland and lawn complemented by al fresco seating and dining areas maximising the sunny aspects throughout the day to enjoy the tranquil rural setting. To the side of Mill Cottage is the magical Gefeiliau Brook with waterfall.

Mill Cottage is approached through the grounds of Marchwiel Hall via two sets of electronic gates leading to the large gravelled front garden with a plethora of parking.

Overall the acreage is 0.83

Situation

Mill Cottage offers an exciting opportunity for a new purchaser to live on the rural outskirts of Wrexham close to Chester and the communication links offered by the A483 and A5. Grade II listed, dating from 1840 and believed to be the historic mill of Marchwiel Hall Mill Cottage has been significantly restored, enhanced and extended over the last two years resulting in a high calibre country house of today. Beautifully situated in discreet woodland the peace and tranquillity is awe inspiring and the lake views are enjoyed from all the principal rooms.

Having been sympathetically extended and enhanced under architectural supervision in 2021 and 2022 the current owners of Mill Cottage have retained and enhanced the architectural details giving immense interest and character both internally and externally. Internally these quality details include restored Coalbrookdale windows, Mandarin Stone marble flooring, deep carved skirting boards hand turned staircase, solid panelled painted doors, oak and slate flooring, decorative cast iron range, limestone fireplace and exposed beams. Externally a combination of stone, painted brick, decorative beams and cladding under a slate tiled roof create an impressive and charming exterior with gravel, decking and stone paviour used to driveway and terraces.

Two entrances have been cleverly implemented with country living at the forefront of the design. The wide front door opens to the charming entrance hall with snug and staircase beyond. The back door opens to a large utility room on the lower ground floor. The heart of Mill Cottage is the spacious and well-designed breakfast kitchen with glazed doorway opening onto the terrace and feature oak and glass staircase leading to the panelled family room below. Attractively and stylishly fitted with both oak and painted shaker style units under contrasting quartz worksurfaces immense thought has been taken with the design, layout and finishes. The dual aspect sitting room offers ample space to entertain with incredible woodland and lawn views embracing the landscape Mill Cottage sits within. Offering further flexibility is the snug, study and detached gym with storage room.

Four double bedrooms, study area, family bathroom and shower room radiate off the landing and all benefit from inspiring rural views. The principal bedroom suite has a feature balcony with spectacular views across the lake and benefits from walk in wardrobe and ensuite shower room.

Local Authority: Wrexham Services: Mains electricity and water. Private drainage that we understand complies with regulations. Oil fired central heating.Council Tax: Band G Fixtures and Fittings: All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. Tenure: Freehold Guide Price: £1,200,000 Heritage: Grade II Listed Cadw Ref: 17844

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