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Shocklach Road, Threapwood, Malpas, Malpas

Guide Price - £460,000

Reception Rooms: 0 | Bedrooms: 0 | Bathrooms: 0

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Property Overview

  • Derelict Farmhouse
  • Approximately 13.32 acres
  • Planning Consent
  • Substantial Family Home
  • Planning for Demolition
  • Erection of new 5 Bed House
  • Refurbishment of Barn
  • Gardens and grounds

AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD AN EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY HOME WITH APPROXIMATELY 13.32 ACRES. A DERELICT FARMHOUSE WITH PLANNING CONSENT FOR A SUBSTANTIAL FAMILY HOME COMPRISING: Reception hall. Open plan family kitchen. Drawing room. Sitting room. Study. Master Bedroom suite. Guest suite. three further Bedrooms and family Bathroom. Existing traditional outbuilding with potential for a variety of uses. Gardens and grounds. Planning Consent was granted on 7th January 2019 (Code Number WOR P/2018/0367) for 'Demolition of existing house and shippon and erection of new 5 bedroom family house and refurbishment of existing stable and barn building'.

The hamlet of Threapwood is situated only 4 miles from the popular village of Malpas which provides an excellent range of shops, restaurants, pubs and schools for all ages. Threapwood has an excellent village shop for everyday needs. Whitchurch and Wrexham are within easy reach, both providing a wide range of shopping, leisure and schooling facilities, and Chester is some 14 miles away. There are excellent independent schools in the area including Kings and Queens Chester, Moreton Hall girls school and Ellesmere College. Nearby Carden Park offers championship golf courses as well as hotel based health and fitness facilities. There is horse racing at Bangor-on-Dee and Chester.


Planning Consent was granted on 7th January 2019 (Code Number WOR P/2018/0367) for 'Demolition of existing house and shippon and erection of new 5 bedroom family house and refurbishment of existing stable and barn building'. Wrexham County Council.

The consent provides for a stunning new home incorporating elements of traditional design in the front elevation and a more modern rear with extensive glazing to allow maximum light and the appreciation of the wonderful views. The internal layout provides flexible spaces ideally suited for contemporary living with a large open plan family kitchen, three reception rooms and bi folding doors opening onto a terrace. On the first floor are two bedroom suites with dressing rooms and bathrooms, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom and separate w.c.


The pretty detached traditional barn is suitable for a variety of uses (some of which may require planning consent). These include conversion for stabling, a home office, leisure suite, home cinema or an annexe.


The approximate 13.32 acres of land is divided into three fields and is in grass. They provide a wonderful opportunity for equestrian uses or hobby farming.


Strictly by appointment with Cavendish Residential.



From the Agent's Chester Office proceed out of the City through The Bars at Boughton and continue along the dual carriageway to the Bill Smith's Motorcycle Showroom. At the gyratory system turn right and at the second set of traffic lights turn right again as if heading back into the City. Then take the first turning left into Sandy Lane (B5130) signposted Huntington, Aldford and Churton. Follow this road through Huntington, Aldford and Churton and on leaving Churton take the turning left into Sibbersfield Lane. At the crossroads with the A534 Wrexham Road proceed straight across signposted Crewe-by-Farndon and Shocklach. Proceed through Crewe-by-Farndon and Shocklach and after approximately 2 miles the property will be located on the right hand side, as indicated by the For Sale Board. Access to the property is through a farm gate and across a grass track so prospective purchasers should proceed with caution and preferably with a four wheel drive vehicle. The distance from the road is approximately 300 metres and the entrance to the property is opposite a left fork to Threapwood.

2 Cuppin Street,
Cheshire. CH1 2BN

Tel: 01244 404040