The property is beautifully set within its own level mature grounds and gardens, which retain much of their original layout, including the sweeping approach driveways, rose garden and orchard. The kitchen garden now comprises an attractive planted paddock. All the boundaries are of stone walling with feature stonework to drive edging, and four ornamental ponds. There are mature trees in abundance, which include individual specimens of yew and the cedar off the front lawn is particularly fine. The whole extends to approximately 1.6 or so acres or thereabouts.
18' 3'' x 10' 0'' (5.55m x 3.05m)
The reception to the property is into an impressive full-height main hallway from an external porch that has architectural influences of Gothic Revival. There is a period arched topped and glazed main entrance
door onto a feature diagonal chess-board laid floor. The main feature is the imposing staircase that has finishes of polished timber treads, newel and handrail with painted turned and block spindles. Wide period doorways lead off to the principal reception rooms.
31' 1'' x 16' 8'' (9.47m x 5.09m)
A most elegant room featuring a full-width end bay having French windows to the side garden. Parquet flooring. High ceilings with cornice detail. Wall lighting and central ceiling lighting - chandeliers throughout by separate discussion. fitted book shelving. Open fireplace having period painted moulded surround and marble insert with matching hearth. Period window to front elevation. Radiators. supplemented by night storage heater.
17' 7'' x 17' 3'' (5.37m x 5.27m)
A beautifully proportioned room with feature
windows to return elevations, including a French
window to the stepped bay, giving access to the
pergola patio at the side. There is parquet flooring
and the high ceiling is finished with cornice
detail. (The Cellar is underneath this room).
Located off the Main Hall and communicating to
the Kitchen and the Study, Cloakroom, Butler’s
Pantry and door to the Cellar. From the Rear Hall
there are inner and outer glazed doors to the rear
13' 11'' x 11' 11'' (4.25m x 3.62m)
Three-quarter height timber fire-surround and
mantle having brass surround to recessed open
fireplace with provision for dog-basket above
quarry-tiled hearth. The floor is finished with
matching parquet to the main reception rooms,
including a period window and ceiling cornice
detailing. The BT 50Mb fibre-to-the-home
broadband connection point is located here,
together with the CCTV hub and monitor, which
will remain at the property.
8' 1'' x 5' 8'' (2.47m x 1.73m)
Belfast sink unit with base-cupboard and drawer
pack together with period ‘press’ storage cupboard.
16' 1'' x 13' 11'' (4.90m x 4.24m)
Extensively fitted with timber grain effect finished base and wall cupboards with full-length stainless steel drainer incorporating twin bowl sinks, integrated disposal bin and base drawer pack with ranges of matching suspended wall cabinets and a further built-in double crockery cupboard. There is a fitted ‘Gaggenau’ electric halogen hob and matching electric oven and grill having stainless steel splash plate over. There are spaces for an over-sized refrigerator, plumbing for dishwasher and central space for table dining.
10' 2'' x 7' 8'' (3.11m x 2.33m)
Decorated in the Chinese style having a two-piece
suite together with full-length storage cupboards.
8' 0'' x 5' 11'' (2.43m x 1.81m)
16' 3'' x 7' 9'' (4.95m x 2.35m)
Large recess for former cooking range, having fitted
base storage cupboards with inset stainless-steel
single-drainer sink unit. Space with plumbing for an
automatic washing machine. Large concealed
secure storage cupboard. Off there is the...
7' 10'' x 5' 10'' (2.40m x 1.77m)
20' 2'' x 9' 10'' (6.14m x 2.99m)
With Belfast sink unit and oil-fired boiler having
doors into the Rear Courtyard and the
27' 7'' x 11' 2'' (8.42m x 3.41m)
Constructed with contemporary double-glazed
elevations above a masonry plinth
and beneath a twin-wall polycarbonate
roof. Double-glazed windows to garden.
Raised internal, stocked planters
incorporating corner pond.
Potting Shed (off)
10' 6'' x 3' 7'' (3.20m x 1.08m)
First Floor Main Landing
The staircase reaches a three-quarter
stage landing having a turn with small
stair to the full and impressive Main
Landing, which is lit from above by a
glazed roof light. From the Main Landing
there are two main bedrooms.
No. 1 Bedroom
18' 0'' x 13' 11'' (5.48m x 4.23m)
Spacious and bright and fitted with mirror fronted,
art deco style wardrobes. There are additional ‘his and hers’ wardrobes to either side of the bed space.
10' 0'' x 7' 7'' (3.06m x 2.32m)
Three-piece suite comprising low-flush
WC, pedestal wash-basin and enamelled
panelled bath with shower over. Adjoining
storage cupboard. Chromed finished
heated towel rail. Fitted wall mirror.
No. 2 Bedroom
16' 2'' x 14' 0'' (4.92m x 4.26m)
Beautiful return windows. Large storage
Three Quarter Landing
Fitted with low level bookcase and wall light,
No. 3 Bedroom
13' 4'' x 11' 11'' (4.06m x 3.63m)
Fitted twin-door wardrobes with central fitted mirror. Fitted shelving to recess behind door.
No. 4 Bedroom
16' 0'' x 14' 0'' (4.87m x 4.27m)
Fitted double wardrobe. Wall light point.
No. 1 Bathroom
9' 11'' x 8' 0'' (3.01m x 2.43m)
Fitted with a three-piece suite in 'primrose'
comprising a low-flush WC, pedestal wash-basin
and enamelled panelled bath.
No. 2 Bathoom
9' 6'' x 7' 8'' (2.89m x 2.34m)
Fitted with a three-piece suite comprising low-flush
WC, vanity wash-basin and panelled bath having
pumped shower above. The airing cupboard is here
with fitted shelving.
Second Floor Landing
The second floor is approached via a continuation
of the impressive staircase and is lit by the central
ceiling roof light that illuminates the stairwell
through to the ground floor.
9' 11'' x 7' 2'' (3.01m x 2.19m)
No. 5 Bedroom
16' 0'' x 12' 10'' (4.88m x 3.91m)
Loft Storage Room
21' 9'' x 14' 5'' (6.63m x 4.40m)
Full head height ventilated store, with
former Cold Store off.
The approach to the property from the highway is from two delightful curved driveways between
stone walls with pillars and mature trees, including splendid specimen of Yew. The driveway leading to the front elevation of the house finds a gravelled reception parking and turning area, whilst the second driveway to the rear is to the garaging, coach-house and courtyard. The side elevation from the drawing room has an aspect to the rose garden, which features a lawn bounded a by stone
path meeting a raised stone surround fish pool.
The orchard is beyond, whilst to the rear of the
courtyard there is the main open garden
comprising a planted paddock, which is bounded by mature trees. The whole is bounded by stone walling. The courtyard is finished with cobbled setts, with the original Well and access to the outbuildings.
Coach House - Garage
17' 3'' x 14' 8'' (5.26m x 4.47m)
Having bi-folding front timber doors and having electric power.
Coach House - Generator Room
16' 2'' x 7' 10'' (4.93m x 2.38m)
Floor-mounted diesel electricity generator. The generator is in working condition and is to provide supply to essential appliances in the event of a mains electricity failure.
Coach House - Loose Box
16' 2'' x 10' 2'' (4.93m x 3.10m)
Coach House - First Floor - Room 1
21' 2'' x 12' 2'' (6.44m x 3.70m)
Coach House - First Floor - Room 2
18' 3'' x 16' 3'' (5.56m x 4.96m)
11' 6'' x 10' 7'' (3.51m x 3.23m)
Fuel Store / Store Shed.
13' 9'' x 10' 2'' (4.20m x 3.10m)
The property is understood to be connected to
mains water, electricity and foul drainage subject to
statutory regulations. The central heating is a
conventional radiator system affected by an oil-fired boiler. There are supplementary electrical
appliances. The electrical system is backed-up by
a diesel generator.
Chandeliers and other fittings are available by separate discussion. The property has a fully maintained and monitored alarm system.
The property is offered for sale on the basis of the freehold interest with full vacant possession available upon completion.
From either Wrexham or Chester approach the
Village of Rossett on the A483 dual-carriageway,
taking the exit signposted 'Rossett'. At the junction
proceed to the east along the B5102 Llay Road.
Continue for about 0.3 of a mile when the twin
driveways to the property will be observed in the
stone walling to the right-hand side with the name
plaque 'The Stone House.'