- 16th century Grade 2 Listed
- Traditional brick & modern farm buildings with excellent development potential
- 13.43 acres (5.43 ha)
- 5 bedrooms, ensuite and bathroom
A 16th Century Grade 2 listed traditionally constructed farmhouse with later additions, a range of traditional brick and modern farm buildings with excellent development potential, additional pasture land extending in total to approximately 13.43 acres (5.43 ha).
About this property
Pickhill Farm presents a unique opportunity to acquire a substantial rurally located farmhouse that has been unaltered since the 1970s. Pickhill Farmhouse is a Grade 2 Listed building and is dated from the 16th century and is part constructed of brown sandstone laid randomly with dressed quoins and part traditional brick construction. The property has a slate roof with a number of brick chimneys. Internally there is a feature beam over an imposing open fireplace. There are a range of outbuildings forming part of the curtilage of the residential property.
To the north of the farmhouse is a substantial range of traditional brick barns which are suitable for alternative uses and a further range of more modern farm buildings.
The property is accessed off the B5130 public highway by two entry points. The principal entrance is of a sweeping driveway providing entrance to the farmhouse and core traditional farm buildings. There is a second entrance off the public highway to the farm buildings.
To the south/south-west of the farm buildings is a single enclosure of pastureland extending to approximately 10.7 acres that is accessed from the farm buildings and also from a separate vehicular access off the public highway.
In total, the site extends to approximately 13.43 acres (5.43 ha) and is fronted to two public highways to the north and southern boundaries and an internal stockproof fence to the eastern boundary.
Pickhill, Marchwiel, Wrexham LL13 0UL
Pickhill Farmhouse is a substantial detached late 16th century property. The accommodation comprises:-
From the Rear Courtyard:-
Entrance to Kitchen/Breakfast Room (3.65m x 4.86m) - tile floor, sink and drainer. Wooden low and eye level kitchen units. Hallway & WC (7.5m x 2.5m) - tile floor, leading to lounge & dining room.
Lounge (5.09m x 3.04m) - radiator and double glazed window to garden. Door to stairs.
Dining Room (4.11m x 3.6m) - fireplace and carpet, exposed beams.
Door to Sitting Room (5.43m x 4.6m) - open fireplace, exposed beams and flagstone floor. Leading to back kitchen & main staircase, separate door to garden.
Back Kitchen (4.42m x 3.13m) - oil fired Rayburn, flagstone tile floor. Sink & drainer.
Hallway and main staircase with doors leading to Study (3.2m x 4.1m)
Living Room (4.67m x 5.55m) - double radiator, fireplace, feature window and stairs to cellar.
Stairs rising to First Floor Landing with doors to
Bathroom (3.13m x 2.01m) - bath, WHB & WC
Bedroom 1/Master (6.5m x 4.66m) - fireplace
Bedroom 2 (3.92m x 5.12m) - exposed beams, door leading to
Bedroom 3 (4.67m x 5.13m) - leading to integral walk-in storage and door to Bedroom 4 (3.51m x 2.21m)
Staircase landing leading to Bedroom 5 (3.24m x 5.09m) with
Ensuite Bathroom (3.45m x 2.21m) - bath, WHB, WC
Formal gardens to the front and rear elevations and an adjoining outbuilding used for additional storage for the house. There is adjacent open fronted former cart shed utilised for external storage and car parking
Pickhill Farmhouse benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage via septic tank. Oil fired central heating. The farm buildings also benefit from electric and water supplies.
Viewing is strictly by appointment with the vendor's agents. Brown & Co. Please contact Tim Humphrey MRICS 01295-220210 Email: email@example.com
Pickhill Farmhouse is banded for Council Tax as 'G'
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole.
To arrange a viewing contact
6 Manor Park, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 3TB
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