The plot is on two slightly differing levels and has approximate dimensions of a frontage of 26'6" (8.08m) onto a private road, a depth of about 88'6" (26.97m) and a rear width of 26' (7.92m). There is a pleasant outlook from the plot with glimpses of open countryside between the properties opposite and a view towards The Stiwt Clock at the rear.
Detailed Planning Consent was granted by Wrexham CBC under Code No. RHO P/2017/0598 on 4th September 2017 for "Erection of Two Storey Detached Dwelling (to be accessed off Duke Street) on Land to the rear of 17, Queen Street, Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham LL14 1SU". Copies of the consent are available to be downloaded from the search facility of The Planning Department of Wrexham CBC or by application to ourselves. A copy of a Mining Search is also available electronically on request.
The plot is situated on an unmade cul-de-sac close to the heart of the village. Rhos is a thriving village community which provides wide-ranging school, shopping and other social amenities including a Health Centre and The "STIWT" Theatre. The village is situated some three miles from Wrexham and only two miles from the nearest access-point onto the A483 town by pass by the Travel Lodge/Starbucks at Croesfoel, from where there is dual carriageway to Chester (16 miles) and the north west motorway network.
It is believed that all main services are directly available from the road frontage (subject to statutory regulations) however prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of the various statutory authorities.
Freehold. Vacant Possession on Completion.
Open to view at all times.
Copies of the Consent, Plans and a Mining Report are available by email on request.
For satellite navigation use the post code LL14 1SU. Leave the A483 town by pass at exit 3 by Starbucks and the Travel Lodge at Croesfoel, at which take the exit signposted B5605 Johnstown. Continue for just over one mile to the first set of traffic lights at which turn right. Pass The Horse & Jockey Pub on the right at the end of Chapel Street then continue up Hill Street until turning right onto Queen Street immediately before P & G Motors. Follow the roadway for about 100 yards until turning first right into Duke Street. After about 25 yards turn first right onto the unmade roadway "Off Duke Street" and the plot will be observed after a further 50 yards on the right just before a speed hump and the Chapel.