This handsome property has been sympathetically modernised and extended during the last ten years and now provides accommodation of considerable character comprising a recessed porch; entrance hall; two reception rooms with woodblock floors; conservatory; refitted 17 ft kitchen with pebble grey shaker style units having contrasting black marble work surfaces and split-level cooker. The first floor has lightly stained boarded floors and original pine panelled doors. Landing to three bedrooms with a fixed ladder to an attic store room which is fully boarded and fitted with Velux roof-lights; bathroom refitted with a four piece white "Heritage" suite including separate shower. Works are too detailed to list fully but include an overhauled roof in 2021 with 5 year guarantee; PVCu double glazed windows, black to the outside and white to the inner installed in 2018; composite front and rear doors in 2019; an electrical overhaul completed in 2019; a partial damp course installed in 2018 and covered by guarantee; new radiators in 2019 and a new "Worcester" gas combi boiler in December 2020. A full synopsis is available electronically on request. Outside a pavier forecourt provides secondary parking and access to the side drive leading to an over-size brick garage and low maintenance south facing rear garden. VIEWING RECOMMENDED.
The property is located on the fringe of the village less than a mile from the nearest access-point onto the A483 which provides dual carriageway access to Wrexham (3 miles) and Chester (12 miles) to the north and to Oswestry (9 miles) and Shrewsbury to the south. The village provides a range of amenities including a Primary School, Dental Surgery and a variety of Shops including a Co-Op Supermarket. Facilities are also available in the neighbouring settlements of Ruabon and Rhos.
in a traditional bay fronted style of brick beneath a slated roof.
(with approximate room dimensions) on The Ground Floor comprises :-
with arched entrance and over-head light. Security-style composite door with double glazed side reveals to:
12' 8'' x 6' 4'' (3.86m x 1.93m)
Patterned tiled floor. Pitch-pine staircase leading off. Radiator. Telephone point. Two double power points. Understairs storage cupboard with light, fitted shelving and up-dated consumer unit. Original panel pine doors leading off to:
Front Reception Room
12' 7'' x 11' 10'' (3.83m x 3.60m) into bay window.
Ornamental Victorian style fireplace with cast and pictorial tiled surround. Polished woodblock floor. Picture rail. Two double power points. Radiator.
Rear Reception Room
11' 11'' x 11' 10'' (3.63m x 3.60m)
Ornamental gas fire to a brickette fireplace surround. Picture rail. Oak woodblock floor. Five double power points. Television aerial point. Sliding sealed unit double glazed patio style doors to:
9' 3'' x 7' 5'' (2.82m x 2.26m)
Of PVCu framed double glazed construction over a cavity brick plinth and fitted with a glass roof. Mercia grey woodgrain effect tiled floor. Two double power points. French windows to rear garden.
17' 0'' x 8' 9'' (5.18m x 2.66m) and 6'4" (1.93m).
Re-fitted with ranges of pebble grey egg-shell finish shaker style units with contrasting black marble work surfaces and including an inset double-bowl stainless steel sink set into a total of five-doored base units and two drawer packs with extended work surfaces, beneath which there is a built-under "Electrolux" electric oven and spaces for fridge, freezer and washing machine. Inset "Indesit" electric hob with a chimney-style filter hood above set between a total of seven-doored suspended wall units. Matching boiler cupboard accommodating the "Worcester" combination gas fired boiler. Open wall shelving. Ruabon quarry tiled floor. Four double power points. Part double glazed security style external door. Radiator.
On The First Floor:
7' 5'' x 6' 5'' (2.26m x 1.95m)
Lightly stained boarded floor which continues throughout the whole of the first floor.
No. 1 Bedroom
12' 9'' x 11' 10'' (3.88m x 3.60m) into bay window.
Picture rail. Radiator. Two double power points.
No. 2 Bedroom
11' 11'' x 11' 10'' (3.63m x 3.60m)
Picture rail. Two double power points. Radiator.
No. 3 Bedroom
6' 8'' x 6' 5'' (2.03m x 1.95m)
Radiator. Double power point. Fixed timber staircase leading off to:
Attic Store Room
18' 6'' x 11' 0'' (5.63m x 3.35m)
with two Velux sealed unit double glazed roof-lights. Electric light. Two double power points. Boarded floor and ceiling.
8' 6'' x 6' 5'' (2.59m x 1.95m)
Re-fitted with a four piece white "Heritage" suite comprising a roll-top bath with mixer tap attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled w.c. and quadrant shower tray with screen enclosure and electric shower. Walnut flooring. Victorian style column radiator/chrome towel rail. Part tiled walls.
A gated pavier drive extends across the front of the property providing SECONDARY PARKING and leading to a detached brick built GARAGE 19'9" x 11' (6.02m x 3.35m) with timber front and side doors and being fitted with electric light and power points. Gates from the drive lead to a Welsh slate covered low maintenance rear garden area which has a southerly aspect. Outside tap and light.
All mains services are connected subject to statutory regulations. THE CENTRAL HEATING is a conventional radiator system effected by the "Worcester" combination gas fired boiler concealed within the kitchen units.
Freehold. Vacant Possession on Completion.
Certain window coverings are available by negotiation.
By prior appointment with the Agents.
Council Tax Band:
The property is valued in Band "D".
EPC = D. A full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) relating to this property is available electronically at https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/ You will need to use the post code (LL14 2SP) and property name or number (Oakcliff, 98 Bangor Road).
For satellite navigation use the post code LL14 2SP. Proceed south from Wrexham on the A483 in the direction of Oswestry until taking exit 2 signposted B5426 Bangor on Dee. At the exit slip road turn right and then continue for approximately half a mile until passing beneath a railway bridge at the entrance to the village. The property will then be seen after a short distance on the left immediately after a zebra crossing.