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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Kelsall

£699,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Mezzanine Area
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Breakfast Kitchen
  • 0.55 Acre - No Chain
  • Open Views

Full description

FIRST CLASS LOCATION WITH OPEN VIEWS TO REAR AND VERY COMPETITIVE PRICE TO REFLECT MARKET CONDITIONS Enjoying stunning views of Delamere Forest and Primrose Wood while set in grounds of approximately half an acre - an individual and distinctive detached house, beautifully positioned on the fringe of Kelsall Village. Accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, living room, dining room, family room, breakfast kitchen, cloakroom and entrance porch. First Floor: Master bedroom with luxurious ensuite bathroom, three further bedrooms, superb family bathroom and extremely versatile mezzanine study area/bedroom five. Extensive driveway parking. Exceptionally rare opportunity to purchase in one of Cheshire's renown semi-rural locations. No ongoing chain.

Offered to the market for the first time in over twenty years and with no ongoing chain, Forest House, Kelsall is beautifully positioned within a half acre plot that enjoys glorious uninterrupted views to the rear over Delamere Forest and Primrose Wood. The house has been meticulously maintained and improved by the present owners over a prolonged period of time and offers superbly presented family accommodation that is extremely versatile and ideal for family life.
The scheme of improvement works at the property through the years have combined modernisation with a tasteful and sympathetic approach. The resulting property is a truly splendid family home that oozes charm and character throughout. The accommodation opens with an entrance hall that has a flagstone floor. Off the entrance hall are stairs rising to the first floor and to the right is a very spacious living room with a delightful stone fireplace acting as its focal point. The formal dining room is again generously proportioned, has views to the rear and is warmed by a wood burning stove. The ground floor accommodation is particularly versatile due to a third separate reception room that has views to the side and the rear and provides a useful space suitable for a variety of different purposes. The farmhouse style breakfast kitchen has ample space for table and chairs, fitted with a beautiful Aga and has a aspect over the mezzanine study.

The ground floor accommodation is completed by a cloakroom and a further large entrance porch to the front.
At first floor level the highlight is the master bedroom. The bedroom is of a very generous size and has an ensuite bathroom that has been luxuriously appointed to a truly superb standard. The bathroom has as its focal point a large free standing bath and the area as a whole represents the very best in modern day design and finish. There are three further good size bedrooms and a sympathetically appointed and designed shower room complete with high quality shower. Over the kitchen and access via a separate staircase is the mezzanine study area, this can be used for a variety of different purposes and could even be used as an occasional bedroom if required.

Forest House sits in grounds extending to approximately half an acre with ample parking and turning space to the front and landscaped gardens predominantly to the side. The views to the rear over Delamere Forest and Primrose Wood are outstanding whilst the gardens as a whole afford high levels of seclusion and privacy. For those who like walking these are within close proximity to Waste Lane.
Kelsall is an extremely popular sustainable semi rural Cheshire village that combines day-to-day convenience with a superb position amidst some of Cheshire's most picturesque countryside.
For those with educational needs, Kelsall has a well regarded primary school which in turn feeds into the nearby Tarporley High School. Within the village there is a large Co-Operative convenience store with internal Post Office/Bureau De Change, a renowned butcher, further shops and an Italian Restaurant. More over there is a recently extended and refurbished community hall, three public houses and a well attended local church. There is also a doctors' surgery within walking distance of the house. Kelsall holds a convenient position, close to both the Georgian village of Tarporley and the thriving city centre of Chester. It is an ideal base for the commuter with many commercial centres being easily reached including Chester, Manchester, Warrington and Liverpool. Crewe railway station, Manchester and Liverpool International Airports can also be reached within a 40-45 minute drive.

Entrance Vestibule

2.69m(8'10'') x 1.60m(5'3'')

Front stable door. Front aspect wooden framed double glazed windows. Fully tiled floor. Wall light point. Latched door to inner hall.

Inner Hall

1.75m(5'9'') x 1.30m(4'3'')

Front aspect wooden framed window. Tiled floor. Double width storage cupboard. Latched door to breakfast kitchen. Latched door to dining room.

Dining Room

5.56m(18'3'') x 4.45m(14'7'')

Multifuel burning stove set on stone hearth with sandstone mantle over. Period style radiator. Large curved bay window overlooking garden and enjoying superb views beyond. Doors to inner hall, family room, cloaks area and entrance hall.

Family Room

5.72m(18'9'') x 4.27m(14'0'')

Sliding patio doors opening onto and overlooking garden. Curved bay window overlooking garden and enjoying superb views beyond. Period style radiator. Deep serving hatch leading to breakfast kitchen.

Living Room

8.13m(26'8'') x 4.19m(13'9'')

Minster stone fireplace housing dog grate. Two period style radiators. Front aspect wooden framed double glazed windows. Four wall light points. Fitted shelving. Large wooden framed double glazed window enjoying superb rural views to the rear.

Entrance Hall

2.64m(8'8'') x 1.22m(4'0'')

Front entrance door. Front aspect wooden framed double glazed window. Period style radiator. Flagstone flooring. Staircase rising to first floor. Door to living room and door to dining room.

Cloaks Area

Deep understairs storage cupboard. Flagstone flooring and door to cloakroom

Cloakroom

3.35m(11'0'') x 0.99m(3'3'')

Beautifully fitted with a suite comprising low level WC with push button flush. Wooden vanitory unit with contemporary wash hand basin and chrome taps set into wall mounted stone. Wall mounted ladder style heated towel rail. Flagstone flooring. Recessed halogen spotlights. Extractor fan. Side aspect wooden framed double glazed window.

Breakfast Kitchen

4.55m(14'11'') x 4.52m(14'10'')

Beautifully fitted with a range of traditional cream Shaker style floor level cupboards, wall mounted pine eye level cupboards and space for various appliances. Oil fired Aga with tiled splashback and beam mantle over. Butler's ceramic single bowl sink with chrome mixer tap. Solid granite preparation surfaces throughout. Quarry tiled flooring. Front and side oak framed double glazed windows. Space for fridge freezer. Door to inner hall. Serving hatch to family room. Pine staircase rising to mezzanine level. Recessed halogen spotlights. Vaulted ceiling with aspect to mezzanine room. Telephone point.

First Floor

Landing

Double width rear aspect wooden framed double glazed window enjoying excellent views of the garden and open countryside. Period style radiator. Recessed halogen spotlights. Fitted wardrobe with chrome hanging rail.

Master Bedroom

4.62m(15'2'') x 3.45m(11'4'')

Cast iron fireplace with carved timber surround. Fitted wardrobes. Period style radiator. Front aspect wooden framed double glazed windows overlooking garden, driveway and open views of countryside beyond. Further built in wardrobe with shelf and chrome hanging rail. Door to ensuite bathroom.

Ensuite Bathroom

3.18m(10'5'') x 2.46m(8'1'')

Beautifully fitted with high quality suite comprising low level WC with push button flush, free standing bath with chrome mixer tap and shower to side. Vanitory unit with low level cupboard. Delorean Bosch oval wash hand basin with chrome taps set into wall mounted stone and further chrome towel rail/radiator. Timber floor. Recessed halogen spotlights. Wooden framed double glazed window enjoying excellent views to the rear.

Bedroom Two

4.34m(14'3'') x 3.53m(11'7'')

Period style radiator. Front aspect wooden framed double glazed window. Fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom Three

3.71m(12'2'') x 3.18m(10'5'')

Side aspect wooden framed double glazed window overlooking garden. Period style radiator. Exposed wall timber. Door to mezzanine room.

Bedroom Four

3.15m(10'4'') x 2.51m(8'3'')

Period style radiator. Timber flooring. Wooden framed double glazed windows enjoying superb views to the rear. Access to loft space.

Shower Room

2.69m(8'10'') x 1.80m(5'11'')

Beautifully fitted to an excellent standard and comprising low level Delorean Bosch WC with push button flush, fully tiled shower enclosure with limestone tiling. Vanitory unit with marble top, limestone tiled surround and wash hand basin with chrome tap. Shaver socket point. Timber flooring. Double width wooden framed double glazed window overlooking superb views to the rear.

Mezzanine Room

4.55m(14'11'') x 2.77m(9'1'')

Extending to 14'10. A superbly versatile space presently utilised as a study. Staircase leading down to breakfast kitchen. Galleried aspect over breakfast kitchen. Stripped and varnished wooden flooring. Door to bedroom three. Exposed roof purlins. Exposed wall timbers.

External

Forest house is accessed via a timber five bar gate that secures a large spacious gravelled driveway providing off road parking and turning space for up to ten vehicles. Forest House sits in grounds extending to approximately half an acre which mainly comprise large areas of lawn and formal garden. There are many mature trees within the grounds and to the rear the house has outstanding open views over Delamere Forest and Primrose Wood. There is a more wild part of the garden to the side that has open fronted log store, small timber shed and detached timber garage. The gardens enjoy superb levels of seclusion and privacy throughout and is a paradise for those with young children who enjoy outdoor space. There is also a former swimming pool within the ground that prospective purchasers may wish to either fill in or renovate so as to make it fully working.

Large Timber Framed Shed

3.61m(11'10'') x 2.77m(9'1'')

Services

Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is via septic tank and oil powers the central heating system and Aga.

Viewing

Viewing by appointment with Tarporley Agents Tel No. 01829 731300

Tenure

The property is freehold tenure.

Route

From our office in the centre of Tarporley take a right turn out of the village and take a second right onto Utkinton Road. Continue through Utkinton passing the Rose Farm shop on the right hand side and upon reaching the T-junction with Willington Hall Hotel in front of you take a right turn. Continue along through Willington (driving time approximately two minutes) until reaching a t junction, at which point take a right turn onto Church Street North. Having passed a car park on the right and
butchers on the left take a right at the next junction onto Chester Road. Pass the Church on the left and just after the farmers arm pub take a right into Waste Lane. Carry along Waste lane taking a sharp left bend. Having risen up the hill and passed a car park on the left, take the next private drive on the left, passing two bungalows. At the end of the drive, slightly to the left, is the driveway of Forest House.

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