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4 bedroom detached house for sale
- Four Bedrooms
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Two Further Receptions
- Double Garage
- Outstanding Gardens
- Excellent Location
- Rare Opportunity
COMPETITIVE PRICE A picturesque and extended detached cottage of character, appeal and charm - located in the wonderful semi-rural Hatchmere hamlet of within walking distance of Delamere Forest and just three minutes drive from Norley Primary School. Beautifully presented throughout with a combination of contemporary and period features the accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, living room, study, inner hall, cloakroom, cellar, breakfast kitchen/dining room and excellent sized conservatory. First floor: Four bedrooms and family bathroom. Externally: Grounds of just over half an acre, detached double garage and beautiful landscaped gardens enjoying seclusion and privacy. The highly popular and attractive residential location is close to the market town of Frodsham, City Centre of Chester and the Georgian High Town of Tarporley.
Set in grounds of just over half an acre this wonderful detached cottage is located just a minute's stroll from Delamere Forest. The present owner has lavished considerable care, attention and capital expenditure on the property to provide a first class cottage within gardens and grounds difficult to better at this price range within the market.
At the front of the house the property shows many features typical of an early 19th Century house style. The two reception rooms to the front are traditional in style and though not large have been decorated to a high standard and the living room has a focal point of a Tiger multifuel burning stove. In the middle of the house is the inner hall which gives access to a cloakroom, breakfast kitchen/dining room and an excellent cellar. The breakfast kitchen/dining room marks a contemporary area of the house and the open plan living space is complimented by an oak work surface to the cream Shaker style kitchen units and the area as a whole has ample space for table and chairs.
The added benefit is the very large conservatory located off the breakfast kitchen and the area as a whole stylishly represents the best in modern day design and finish. Taken as a whole, the ground floor has four reception rooms including the kitchen and the versatility that this offers is excellent for family occupation.
At first floor level the master bedroom has a tall vaulted ceiling whilst the three further bedrooms are of good proportions and a family bathroom has been finished to a high specification.
To the side of the house there is a golden gravelled driveway that sweeps round, is accessed via a five bar gate, flanked by gardens which leads to the detached double garage/parking area. The gardens have been beautifully landscaped and enjoy levels of seclusion, privacy and establishment. Although mainly laid to lawn, there is a very attractive cottage garden within the external space and the area as a whole attracts wonderful levels of sun in the afternoon. The detached double garage/workshop is particularly large and can be used for a variety of different purposes.
Norley is set amidst the Cheshire countryside on the fringe of Delamere Forest which offers a host of outdoor activities including good walks, mountain biking, horse riding and nature trails. The house is located opposite the Hatchmere Lake which is a protected nature reserve supporting a large array of fish and wildlife. Norley is well situated for access by road and rail to the commercial centres including Cheshire, Liverpool and Manchester. Delamere railway station is within 1 mile giving good access with Chester some 14 miles, Liverpool 24 miles, Manchester 28 miles, Frodsham 8 miles and Tarporley 8 miles. Norley itsel offers everyday shopping provisions at the local grocery shop whilst the adjacent villages of Kingsley, Cuddington, Frodsham and Northwich offer more comprehensive facilities. Frodsham is a traditional market town that hosts a regular street market offering an array of local produce. Manchester and Liverpool International Airports are found within 45 minutes drive. There are a range of superb schools in both the state and private sector within close proximity with the increasingly popular Grange School in Hartford being just 10 to 15 minutes drive away.
Those who enjoy sport can take advantage of golf clubs including Delamere, Sandiway, Whitegate Tarporley, Frodsham, Helsby. There is also a renowned motor racing circuit at Oulton Park. Horse racing at Chester, Haydock and Liverpool and major football clubs at Manchester, Liverpool and Bolton. For those who enjoy cricket Old Trafford (the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club) is found within 45 minutes to an hours drive.
Delamere Forest, which also hosts Go-ape, is a wonderful place for families and outdoor enthusiasts to walk, cycle, horse ride and picnic and an absolute haven for nature lovers.
2.57m(8'5'') x 1.17m(3'10'')
Front entrance door with decorative glass panel. Two side aspect UPVC double glazed windows. Wood laminate flooring. Staircase rising to first floor. Door to living room. Door to family room.
4.52m(14'10'') x 3.05m(10'0'')
Cheshire brick fireplace with stone hearth and oak beam mantle over housing Tiger multifuel burning stove. Double panel radiator. Front aspect UPVC double glazed bay window. Television point.
3.23m(10'7'') x 3.02m(9'11'')
Front aspect UPVC double glazed window. Double panel radiator. Wood laminate flooring. Door to inner hall.
1.96m(6'5'') x 1.17m(3'10'')
Quarry tiled floor. Door leading down to cellar. Door to cloakroom. Door to study. Steps down and framed opening to breakfast kitchen. Wall mounted central heating control panel.
1.93m(6'4'') x 1.17m(3'10'')
Fitted with a white suite comprising low level WC with push button flush and wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Chrome towel rail. Double panel radiator. Quarry tiled floor. UPVC double glazed obscured glass window. Fuse box cupboard with additional shelving.
3.20m(10'6'') x 3.40m(11'2'')
Access via stone steps from inner hall. Wall mounted Worcester boiler. Light connection.
Breakfast Kitchen/Dining Rm
6.99m(22'11'') x 2.87m(9'5'')
Fitted with a very attractive range of cream fronted Shaker style wall and floor cupboards together with sliding drawers and oak preparation surfaces throughout. One and half bowl sink with drainer unit and chrome mixer tap set beneath double width UPVC double glazed window overlooking driveway. Four basket tray style storage units. Ten bottle wine/champagne rack. Rangemaster Toledo cooker with multispeed extractor hood over and stainless steel splash back (available by separate negotiation). Quarry tiled flooring. Space for American style fridge/freezer. Side aspect UPVC double glazed window. Steps up and framed opening to inner hall. Double width doors to conservatory. Stable door to outside. Recessed halogen spotlights. Space for washing machine. Open fronted display shelf unit. Original cast iron radiator with oak sill over.
4.24m(13'11'') x 3.84m(12'7'')
An excellent feature of the property with UPVC double glazed windows to both sides and double width UPVC double glazed doors with large glass panels and matching windows opening onto decked area and overlooking rear garden. Wood laminate flooring. Cast iron radiator. Television point. Double width doors leading to breakfast kitchen/dining room.
1.65m(5'5'') x 1.88m(6'2'')
Doors to four bedrooms and family bathroom.
4.52m(14'10'') x 3.05m(10'0'')
Master bedroom with vaulted ceiling having exposed roof purlins and recessed halogen spotlights extending in height to approximately 10ft. Front aspect UPVC double glazed window. Double panel radiator.
3.48m(11'5'') x 2.72m(8'11'')
Wood laminate flooring. Double panel radiator. Recessed halogen spotlights. Step up and door through to landing. UPVC double glazed window overlooking driveway and rear garden. Television point.
3.94m(12'11'') x 2.51m(8'3'')
Front and side aspect UVPC double glazed windows. Double panel radiator. Wood laminate flooring. Television point
3.05m(10'0'') x 2.87m(9'5'')
Rear aspect UPVC double glazed window. Wood laminate flooring. Recessed halogen spotlights. Television point.
2.34m(7'8'') x 1.93m(6'4'')
Attractively fitted with a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps. Panelled bath with chrome taps. Fully tiled shower enclosure with soaker unit and low level WC. Half tiled walls. Ladder style heated chrome towel rail/radiator. Side aspect UPVC double glazed obscured glass window. Fully tiled floor.
The golden gravelled driveway is to the side of the house and an initial back to back parking area for two vehicles leads to two five bar timber gates. When opened up the driveway extends beyond the gates enjoying a delightful sweep round taking in views over the gardens and bending round to a useful parking/turning area that also leads to the detached double garage. The South facing gardens are an absolute delight and one of the property's most significant focal point and attractions. There is a timber decking area off the conservatory and a reasonable sized lawn thereafter. A large oak tree stands within this part of the gardens and there is also a large area of hardstanding, a beautifully stocked border with flowering plants and a delightful cottage garden that is sectioned off into its own area being fully enclosed by panelled fencing and hedging and comprising lovely areas of brick paved, gravel and lawn and having within it attractive plants and flowers. The principal area of lawn is of an excellent size and is almost completely secluded due to its mature surrounds. The lawn is of a relatively level gradient fully enclosed by hedging and panelled fencing and is a paradise for those who enjoy the outdoors and who have young children. In total the plot of this most charming country cottage extends to
Detached Double Garage
An excellent size double garage split into both workshop and storage areas.
Leaving our office at the Centre of Tarporley, turn right after the Village in the direction of Chester and upon reaching the roundabout take the third exit on to the A49. Continue along the A49 after the Alvanley Arms on the right hand side take the next left onto Stable Lane (B5152). Go straight ahead across the A54 and A556 and this brings onto Station Road the continuation of the B5152. Having continued and having passed Delamere Railway on the left hand passing Wickentree Farm then continue until reaching a crossroads then take a left turn onto Ashton Road and the property can be found shortly afterwards on the right hand side clearly marked by a Wright Manley for sale board.
We understand that mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected.
Viewing by appointment with the Agents Tarporley office
We believe the property is freehold tenure
MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967. Messrs Wright-Manley for themselves and for the vendors or Lessors of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that:1.The particulars are set out as general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers, and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract. 2.All descriptions and references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. 3. No person in the employment of Messrs.Wright-Manley has any authority to make any representation whatever in relation to this property.