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The idyllic Tudor-style cottage dating back to the 1600's that's now on sale

Daily Post 03/07/2022 Harri Evans
The Croft in Bronington, Wrexham dates back to the 1600's © Halls Estate Agents The Croft in Bronington, Wrexham dates back to the 1600's

A characterful country house dating back to the 1600's has been placed on the market. The Croft is a two bedroom detached cottage on Nook Lane in Bronington, near the border in Wrexham.

The charm and character of the cottage are plain to see, from its Tudor-style white walls and black timbers to its peculiar shape and well kept gardens. It is located next to a quiet country lane, overlooking the surrounding farmland.

The interior is equally characterful with its exposed ceiling beams, stone walls and hollowed out partitions. The ground floor includes a living room, dining room, kitchen/sitting room, utility room, bedroom and a bathroom. A second bedroom and a hobby room are located on the first floor.

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A gravelled driveway leads to the house from Nook Lane where a workshop building sits next to the gardens which are one of the property's main selling points. They include a large paved area as well as a long lawn with a herbaceous border with views of the unspoilt farmland.

You can take a virtual tour of this property via our gallery here.

The property was added to Rightmove on Thursday, June 30. Based on a 10% deposit and 25 year mortgage, monthly repayments would stand at around £1,253. For more information on this property, visit its Rightmove profile here.

Last year most property sales in Wrexham involved detached properties which sold for on average £307,716. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £179,595, while terraced properties fetched £141,007.

Wrexham, with an overall average price of £211,535, was similar in terms of sold prices to Denbighshire (£207,439) and Flintshire (£213,349), but was cheaper than Conwy (£250,781). The priciest area within Wrexham was Marford (£416,330) and the least expensive was Wrexham Maelor (£103,000). During the last year, sold prices in Wrexham were 9% up on the previous year and 17% up on 2018 when the average house price was £180,785.

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