2 bedroom house for saleBank Cottage, Stone House Lane, Peckforton, Cheshire
Under Offer £190,000
- Sitting room
- Downstairs bathroom | WC
- 2 Bedrooms
- EPC rating F
No.3 is a terraced cottage and the back door leads directly into the kitchen with walk-in pantry. Off the kitchen is a bathroom with door to the wc. The sitting room overlooks the front garden and has exposed beams and fitted cupboards to one side of the open fireplace. Off here is a snug and under-stairs cupboard.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms the larger having an ornate fire surround and deep window seat with storage.
Externally, there is a rear garden reached up steps off the parking area and a further front garden. There is also an original pigsty, coal store and garden store, which houses the oil tank.
The cottage is situated in a highly sought-after rural location in the rolling mid-Cheshire countryside.
The popular village of Tarporley has a convenient array of shops, pubs and restaurants, whilst the city of Chester has an extensive range of amenities and some excellent schools. Local attractions include Beeston & Peckforton castles, as well as walking along the Sandstone Trail.
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