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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Feather Lane, Heswall, Wirral

Withdrawn from Market £499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • access to schools
  • convenient for town centre
  • Double glazing
  • Vestibule
  • Reception Hall
  • Sitting Room Opening to 25ft Lounge/Dining Room
  • Family Room
  • Study
  • Stylish Bathroom
  • Separate WC

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Standing in extensive mature gardens with distant views to the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills, The Chalet occupies a delightfully secluded yet convenient location within easy walking distance of the extensive amenities of nearby Heswall centre. This is a most deceptive family home providing spacious and versatile four bedroomed accommodation which is beautifully appointed with a wealth of interior features and the benefit of three ground floor reception rooms together with a large modern family kitchen. This is a 'hidden gem' of a family home and inspection is considered essential for full appreciation of the merits of this unique location. 

The interior has been extensively modernised in recent years with the benefit of gas central heating and includes a large enclosed porch, central reception hall, front sitting room opening to a stunning 25ft lounge/dining room, further separate family room and large study together with a stylish contemporary bathroom with separate w.c., and large L-shaped family breakfast kitchen with contemporary units and integrated appliances and separate utility room. To the first floor are four excellent bedrooms and outside there are extensive, mature, surrounding gardens with specimen trees and shrubs, lawns, woodland area, double garage and views to the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills. 

The location is within a short walk of all the shops, services and restaurants of nearby Heswall centre whilst being close to the highly regarded primary schools of St. Peter's and Gayton. An established network of roads including the M53 and M56 motorways afford commuting links to major centres of employment in the north west. 

Details of the accommodation comprise as follows: 

Ground Floor  

Large Enclosed Vestibule With small paned windows, lighting and power and impressive inner door with brass fittings opening to: 

Reception Hall With staircase off with spindles, radiator, coved ceiling with picture rail and archway to the inner hall. 

Sitting Room 11'9 x 8'10 With French windows opening to the enclosed vestibule, coved ceiling with picture rail and archway opening to: 

Lounge/Dining Room 25'10 x 15'11 A truly stunning reception room with four windows overlooking the gardens and frontal aspects towards the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills, two radiators and impressive Edwardian style character fire surround with overmantel incorporating mirror and real fire. 

Family Room 17'7 x 13'9 With frontal views towards the Dee Estuary and side French windows opening to the extensive gardens. Rustic brick corner fireplace with real fire, sandstone hearth and hardwood mantel, double radiator, woodblock floor and coved ceiling with picture rail. 

Study 10'10 x 10'1 With rear window and radiator. An extremely versatile room which could be used as an additional ground floor bedroom if required. 

Family Breakfast Kitchen 16'7 reducing to 8'10 x 15'5 reducing to 6'11 A large L-shaped family kitchen with a comprehensive range of modern oak fronted units providing extensive work surfaces with drawers and cupboards beneath matching wall cupboards above, concealed lighting, 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, Bosch double oven set in tall unit with separate Bosch 4-ring gas hob with stainless steel splashback, Bosch integrated dish washer, ceiling downlighting and two Velux ceiling windows, large peninsula breakfast bar opening to the breakfast area with tiled flooring, area for table and chairs, beamed ceiling and spotlighting. Upvc window and door to the garden. 

Utility Room 7'6 x 7' With upvc window, gas central heating boiler, tiled floor, shelving, base unit, space for fridge/freezer and plumbed space for washing machine. 

First Floor  

Central Landing With skylight, lighting, two deep built-in storage cupboards and potential for the creation of a bathroom. 

Master Bedroom 15'11 x 14'6 With pleasant views across the gardens to the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills, double radiator, fireplace, access to eaves storage and extensive range of built-in wardrobes with louvred doors and dressing table, picture rail. 

Bedroom 2 - 13'10 x 7'11 With upvc window enjoying garden aspects and double radiator. 

Bedroom 3 - 9'6 x 8'11 With garden aspects. 

Bedroom 4 - 12'2 x 9'9 With fabulous views towards the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills, radiator, laminate flooring and access to loft space. 


From Dee View Road there is access to: 

Double Garage With up & over door. 

Adjacent sandstone steps which wind through the woodland area opening to the lawned front garden and patio with sunny aspects towards the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills. The gardens are ideal for a family with a further extensive side garden of superb proportions together with a delightful patio garden to the rear and adjacent woodland area with specimen trees and shrubs. 

Council Tax Band : G  

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Added on Rightmove:
21 November 2014


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