Welcome to the delightful Highfield—a perfect choice for first-time buyers or those looking to downsize. This charming home offers a comfortable and inviting living space designed with your needs in mind. Step into the light and airy lounge, where natural light dances across the room, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. From here, you'll seamlessly transition into the open-plan kitchen and dining room. This area serves as the heart of the home, providing a central gathering place for meals, conversations, and cherished moments with loved ones. As you make your way through the French doors, the garden beckons, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living. Embrace the beauty of nature as you enjoy al fresco dining or simply unwind in the tranquillity of your own private oasis. Venturing to the first floor, you'll discover spacious bedrooms awaiting your personal touch. These rooms have been thoughtfully designed to offer both comfort and functionality, providing ample space for relaxation and rejuvenation. Whether it's a peaceful night's sleep or a cosy reading nook, each bedroom is a haven of serenity. Completing the first floor is a sleek and modern family bathroom, exuding style and sophistication. Pamper yourself in the luxurious surroundings as you indulge in a soothing bath or refresh under a cascading shower. This thoughtfully appointed space is designed to enhance your daily routines and provide a touch of elegance to your home. The Highfield is more than just a house; it's a haven where comfort, style, and practicality intertwine. Experience the joy of effortless living in this charming home, perfectly suited for first-time buyers or those seeking a downsized lifestyle.
Rossett is in prime position when it comes to fantastic schools, colleges and universities. The village itself has brilliant schools including, St. Peter's Church-in-Wales Primary School and Darland High School. Looking further afield and you will find a whole host of schools and colleges bordering Wrexham and Chester, including the highly acclaimed Kings School Chester. Situated between two great university cities, higher education can be found at the University of Chester and Wrexham Glyndwr University.
Within easy reach of the A483, it takes just 15 minutes to reach both Chester and Wrexham city centre, perfect for escaping to the shops, bars and restaurants or commuting to work. Furthermore, the main bus route from Chester to Wrexham runs straight through Rossett making your connections to both cities easier. Further afield, reaching Liverpool and Mancheter is simple due to the brilliant motorway connections close by. With two major train stations close by ― Chester train station and Wrexham General ― you can reach the UK’s major cities without hassle.
The phrase spoilt for choice comes to mind when it comes to food and drink options in Rossett and the surrounding areas. Within the picturesque village itself you can find the comforting homely appeal of the Golden Lion Country Inn. This wholesome pub not only has a reputation for its fabulous food and drinks menu but it’s also renowned for its fascinating and spooky ghost stories. But, if a small family run bistro in the heart of Rossett, serving fresh, local & seasonal produce for breakfast, lunch & dinner takes your liking then The Hideout Bistro & Bar is a must. Stepping over the border into Cheshire, and you will discover the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa, home to flavourful cuisine and delicious roast dinners at the Palm Court Restaurant and Nelsons Bar where sumptuous cocktails are served. The possibilities for sampling some of the best cuisine in the UK are endless with Chester on your doorstep. Whether you’re looking to savour tasty tapas at Porta, a mediterranean medley at Artezzan or adventurous tongue tingling flavours at Chef’s table, there’s cuisine for every taste, just 15 minutes away from your new home.
You won’t be disappointed with the huge variety of activities available to residents in Rossett, from historical landmarks including the Grade II listed Trevalyn Hall and Rossett Mill - a 16th century mill on the banks of the River Alyn which inspired painter JMW Turner - to family walks at Alyn Waters Country Park or Marford Quarry. Family days out to Chester are guaranteed to bring joy, from scenic river tours and the world famous Chester Zoo to The Ice Cream Farm and Go Ape Delamere, there’s fun for all ages. Football fanatics and fans of the hit Hollywood television documentary ‘Welcome to Wrexham’ are in good stead with the Racecourse Ground only 15 minutes by car from Trevalyn Place, Rossett. For those wanting to burn off some energy, you will find a vast timetable of activities at Darland Leisure & Activity Centre.