Terraced House for sale on
Woodlands Road
Wrexham, LL20

£140,000 Offers over
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Tenure: Freehold

You’ll be HARD PRESSED TO FIND VIEWS MUCH BETTER than those this 3-bedroom cottage in Fron offers. 2 Yew Tree Cottages is nestled amongst a row of hillside properties, with FAR REACHING VIEWS OF THE VALLEY and the Pontcysyllte World Heritage Aqueduct. If you’re LOOKING FOR A BIT OF A PROJECT OR A POTENTIAL HOLIDAY LET, this is ideal. A comprehensive programme of refurbishment is needed - the kitchen and bathroom will need to be replaced, as will the windows. However, in such a beautiful location, THE WORK WILL BE WORTH IT and you will have a home - or holiday let - to be proud of.

EPC rating: E. Council tax band: D, Tenure: Freehold,


4.75m x 4.16m at its widest

Tucked away on Woodlands Road, the cottage has a small gated entrance to a cobbled path leading up to the front door. Entering the property, you’ll find yourself in the kitchen, which is an unusual trapezium shape. The kitchen has L-shaped units with an integral oven and four-ring gas hob. There is plenty of room for a washing machine and dining table in here too, plus extra free-standing storage if you need it.


2.40m x 1.70m

A Worcester Bosch combi boiler is to the left of the kitchen, and just off this room you’ll find the bathroom with tiled flooring, a WC, wash basin and bath with overhead shower.


4.22m x 3.55m

Walk back through the kitchen’s sliding door, and you’ll step down into the living room. Double-fronted windows in this room emphasise the stunning views over the valley and brighten up the space. The living room still has the cottage’s original exposed stone wall, quarry tile flooring, exposed beams, and a beautiful feature stone and slate fireplace. An impressive log burner has been installed to maximise the warmth of the room in the winter months.

Bedroom One

4.47m x 4.31m at its widest

Through the living room you’ll find the staircase, which leads onto a long landing. At the end of the landing, you’ll walk up a further three small steps to the master bedroom. The master, which is also trapezium-shaped, has lots of room for a king-size bed and boasts a huge amount of storage space. There are built-in wardrobes, one with a mirrored door, which provide more than enough space for clothing for two people. The view from this room is incredible: look through the double window when you wake up each morning, and you’ll be greeted with far-reaching views across the valley’s green fields and the Pontcysyllte aqueduct.

Bedroom Two

2.84m x 2.58m

Back down the landing is the second bedroom, another double. Not quite as spacious as the master, but you can still fit a double bed in here comfortably. There is some built-in shelving underneath the window, and enough room for a single wardrobe if you need a bit of extra space.

Bedroom Three

2.53m x 2.05m

The third bedroom is a small single, currently used as a single bedroom. But if you didn’t need to use it for sleeping arrangements, it has potential to be used as a storage room/walk-in wardrobe, or could even be converted into an upstairs bathroom. This room also has built-in shelving units for some extra storage.

What else you need to know

As the property is built up against the hillside, there are no windows on the rear side of the cottage, and no back garden. But with seven windows to the front, it never suffers from a lack of sunlight and the close proximity to the countryside means you can soak up the outdoors in a matter of minutes. In addition it has large, front facing, storage shed (approximately 30 feet in length) at the side of the dwelling which is an ideal space to store bikes, canoes or other types of outdoor equipment, along with off road parking for up to four vehicles (depending on size) on the other side of the storage shed.

About the Area

The village of Froncysyllte, locally known as Fron, lies in the Vale of Llangollen. The village lies on the banks of the River Dee, and in the village you’ll find a community centre, pub, primary school, Post Office, cafe and a takeaway. It’s the perfect quiet community setting, with walks along the Llangollen canal in a peaceful country setting. There is a two-hourly bus service Monday to Saturday from the centre of the village to Llangollen, and Wrexham is under 20 minutes away by car. If you fancy a change of scenery, the beautiful Ty Mawr Country Park is just a 10-minute drive away, in the Dee Valley AONB. If you find yourself in need of more than the village amenities, Wrexham has supermarkets, leisure centres, bars and restaurants, along with a number of schools. The nearest hospital to the property is 15 minutes away by car, and the town has rail access to London, Liverpool and Manchester.


We would like to point out that all measurements, floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs may be taken with a wide angled/zoom lens), and dimensions, shapes and precise locations may differ to those set out in these sales particulars which are approximate and intended for guidance purposes only. These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but most satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.

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