Market Street, Rhos


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3


This substantial period property has already been partially modernised. The original four reception rooms have been knocked into two 24'9" (7.54m) long rooms with a central hallway, ground floor shower room, PVCu clad breakfast room and kitchen with medium oak fronted units. Upstairs a galleried landing leads to three double bedrooms and a bathroom requiring fitting. In 2019 the house was re-wired and a new boiler and some new radiators fitted which are both certified installations. The house had previously been modernised to Grant Aid standards including PVCu double glazing with period style coloured lead-lighted transoms, pebble-dash rendered external elevations and a re-slated roof. Outside the plot is again spacious extending to approx 0.08 acre. To the front there is a raised forecourt with balustrade. A gated side path leads to a mainly lawned rear garden with a range of brick out-offices, former laundry and 25' x 12' GARAGE approached from the rear. Some further works, mainly of a cosmetic nature including plaster patching over wiring runs and subsequent redecoration, are required.


The property occupies an elevated position above the pavement on the fringe of the village centre. Rhos is a thriving village community which provides wide-ranging school, shopping and other social amenities including a Health Centre and The "STIWT" Theatre. The village is situated some three miles from Wrexham and only two miles from the nearest access-point onto the A483 town by pass by the Travel Lodge/Starbucks at Croesfoel, from where there is dual carriageway to Chester (16 miles) and the north west motorway network.


of pebble-dash rendered external elevations beneath a predominantly slated roof.

The Accommodation

(with approximate room dimensions) on The Ground Floor comprises :-

Entrance Hall

15' 10'' x 5' 7'' (4.82m x 1.70m)

Approached through a security-style composite door. Radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Dado rail. Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting.

Inner Lobby

Staircase to:

Shower Room

8' 7'' x 5' 10'' (2.61m x 1.78m)

Fitted three piece champagne shaded suite comprising a corner shower tray with screen enclosure and "Triton" electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled w.c. Part tiled walls. Ceramic tiled floor. Timber panelled ceiling with extractor fan. Radiator.

No. 1 Reception Room

24' 9'' x 13' 5'' (7.54m x 4.09m)

Originally two rooms. Gas fire point. Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting. Two radiators. Seven double power points. Television aerial point.

No. 2 Reception Room

24' 9'' x 14' 9'' (7.54m x 4.49m)

Dual aspect with windows to front and rear. Two radiators. Provision for two fireplaces. Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting. Seven double power points.

Breakfast Room

15' 4'' x 9' 3'' (4.67m x 2.82m)

Built-in low level cupboards. Island breakfast bar. Radiator. Wood laminate floor. PVCu clad ceiling with inset lighting. French windows to rear garden. Three double power points. Square opening to:


15' 4'' x 9' 7'' (4.67m x 2.92m)

Fitted ranges of medium oak fronted units including a single drainer stainless steel sink unit with adjacent ranges of nine-doored base cabinets having a slot-in cooker space with an integrated filter hood above set between a total of nine-doored suspended wall units. Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator. Electric cooker point. Two double and one single power points.


15' 5'' x 5' 8'' (4.70m x 1.73m)

Radiator. Dado rail. Galleried stair-head. Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting. Double power point.

No. 1 Bedroom

12' 0'' x 11' 10'' (3.65m x 3.60m)

to chimney breast. Built-in wardrobes to alcoves. Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting. Radiator. Four double power points.

No. 2 Bedroom

13' 4'' x 12' 0'' (4.06m x 3.65m)

including fitted ranges of seven-doored wardrobes with matching bedside units. Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting. Three double power points. Radiator.

No. 3 Bedroom

14' 6'' x 12' 2'' (4.42m x 3.71m)

Deep coved ceiling with inset lighting. Radiator. Three double power points.


8' 8'' x 5' 10'' (2.64m x 1.78m)

including corner cupboard accommodating the "Glow-Worm" combination gas fired central heating boiler. Radiator. Requires fittings.


The property occupies a rectangular-shaped plot with an average depth of approximately 86 feet and an approximate width of 41 feet. To the front, steps lead to a raised forecourt with wrought-iron balustrade. Gated side path to a level rear garden with paved PATIO and lawns, to one side of which there is a range of OUT-OFFICES comprising a FORMER WC and TWO STORE SHEDS.

At the rear of the plot there is a FORMER LAUNDRY 11'1" x 10'10" (3.39m x 3.29m) fitted with electric light and power, a WORKSHOP AREA 10'2" x 9' (3.11m x 2.74m) and a GARAGE 25'9" x 12' (7.84m x 3.65m) which is approached from Butchers Row at the rear.


All mains services are connected subject to statutory regulations. THE CENTRAL HEATING is a conventional radiator system effected by the "Glow-Worm" combination gas fired boiler, which was installed in September 2019, within a cupboard in the bathroom.


Freehold. Vacant Possession on Completion NO CHAIN.


By prior appointment with the Agents.

Council Tax Band:

The property is valued in Band "E".


EPC = D. A full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) relating to this property is available electronically at You will need to use the post code (LL14 2HY) and property name or number (50 Market Street).


For satellite navigation use the post code LL14 2HY. Leave the A483 town by pass at exit 3 by Starbucks and the Travel Lodge at Croesfoel at which take the exit signposted B5605 Johnstown. Continue for just over one mile to the first set of traffic lights at which turn right. Continue up the hill to a mini-roundabout at which proceed straight across onto Market Street. No. 50 will be seen after a short distance on the right.

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