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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Arley Place, Wistaston, Crewe CW2 6QW

Sold STC £280,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A brilliant family home
  • Close to Excellent Local Shops
  • Excellent Commuter Links
  • Get On or Step Up The Housing Ladder
  • Driveway for Off Road Parking
  • Professionally Decorated Throughout
  • Benefit From House Price Growth
  • Country walks on your doorstep
  • Close to Excellent Local Transport Links

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This is a special area of Crewe and a special family home. Walking down Merrivale Road and turning into Arley Place, you are aware of the calm and pleasurable experience of leaves rustling and birds singing. What a start to your family day and it just gets better!

Top priorities for families are safety for the younger children and the educational facilities for all the family. In this area you are so blessed. Arley Place is a small group of houses with no through traffic, therefore the safety factor at the front of the house is very high. At the back this factor goes off the scale because this garden is totally secure where the children can play under the watchful eyes of Mum and Dad.

As for education, with two nursery schools, Wistaston Day and Wistaton Academy are within walking distance and this could be the twice daily constitutional for Mum and little ones. Onto Primary where the Academy and The Berkeley share the honours for good education.

Moving on, the feast continues to secondary schools where Brine Leas Secondary School scores top marks in my (and Ofsted's) book, and has a Drama School, Stagecoach, to prepare budding Thespians to tread the boards. The opportunities continues with Ruskin Secondary providing skills in Social Care and a range of daily living skills.

When it comes to further education South Cheshire College and Manchester Metropolitan University in nearby Crewe provide the opportunities to achieve first and second degrees. If you are the outdoor type then Reaseheath College with its agricultural and equestrian history is the perfect place to hone the earthy skills to become the future providers of food for the country.

Public transport is a dream with the local bus service transporting you to the second centre, where Crewe Railway Station is the landmark and can get you to places across the UK. With the advent of HS2 you will be able to commute to London in less time that it takes to drive to Manchester or Birmingham.

Commuting by road could not be simpler with the M6 Motorway within a 15 minute drive travel at your own pace to give you access North to Glasgow and South to London and all places between. For the more adventurous traveller, business and holidays, Manchester International Airport is a mere 35 minutes away - what could be better?

Shopping facilities are of the highest order in this neck of the woods with the competing charms of Nantwich high quality boutiques and cafe society and the retail park in Crewe with representation of the High Street fashion houses and the quality national food chains.

Access to the renowned Cheshire countryside is around you on all points of the compass. History abounds in Crewe, being massively influential in the Industrial Revolution and the development of the nationwide railway system and Nantwich with its Roman origins and the battle of Nantwich in 1644 when the Royalists were defeated.

After reading this I expect you will be thinking "how can I see it all?" Well make the call and come and visit with us and we will show you a new home and lifestyle for you.

This home includes:

  • Kitchen Diner

    5.57m x 3.94m (21.9 sqm) - 18' 3" x 12' 11" (236 sqft)

    This is a fantastic kitchen with a dining area and lots of circulation space, all you could wish for in appliances and, like the rest of the house, decorated to perfection. Overlooking the walled area of the secluded garden with direct access from the kitchen to the patio.

  • Living Room

    5.84m x 3.55m (20.7 sqm) - 19' 1" x 11' 7" (223 sqft)

    A superb lounge with a bay window with views out to the front of the house and through the glazed double doors through the extension to the back garden.

  • WC

    1.76m x 1.01m (1.7 sqm) - 5' 9" x 3' 3" (19 sqft)

    A two piece WC providing the convenience of access from the hall.

  • Family Room

    3.62m x 3.48m (12.5 sqm) - 11' 10" x 11' 5" (135 sqft)

    This is a wonderful extension, currently used as a second family room, which could become a formal dining room. not only overlooking the secluded back garden in addition the glazed door provides direct access the the patio. The skylights in the pitched roof give the room a particularly light and bright feeling.

  • Master Bedroom with Ensuite

    3.55m x 3.11m (11 sqm) - 11' 7" x 10' 2" (118 sqft)

    A good sized main bedroom with a shower ensuite with great views of the back garden.

  • Ensuite

    2.52m x 1.2m (3 sqm) - 8' 3" x 3' 11" (32 sqft)

    An ensuite shower room where you can enjoy the pleasures of independent bathing in complete privacy.

  • Bedroom 2

    4.01m x 2.72m (10.9 sqm) - 13' 2" x 8' 11" (117 sqft)

    Another double bedroom with lots of scope to set up for a member of the family or a super guest room.

  • Bedroom 3

    3.1m x 2.77m (8.5 sqm) - 10' 2" x 9' 1" (92 sqft)

    The third bedroom is a double with plenty of space for storage.

  • Bedroom 4

    2.27m x 1.75m (3.9 sqm) - 7' 5" x 5' 8" (42 sqft)

    Currently in use as an office this is a single , clearly with scope for uses which would appeal to working from home and taking advantage of the high speed broadband. Perfect flexibility.

  • Bathroom

    2.68m x 1.74m (4.6 sqm) - 8' 9" x 5' 8" (50 sqft)

    A family bath room with over bath shower to suit all tastes and be enjoyed by the whole family.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Terrific family home

    Ticks all the boxes and then some.

  • Amazing off the beaten track

    Yet near where its all happening.

  • Quiet and peaceful surroundings

    You can actually hear the birds singing.

  • A great place to commute from and to

    Let the train take the strain, particularly when it is HS2.

  • Historic towns give you focus

    Relive some of the achievement and glorious failures of the past.

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band D (55-68)
If you are considering where your future lies add this location into your melting pot and make an appointment to meet with us to look at a new phase of your life.

EweMove Property Reference: 7867

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26 July 2016

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