3 bedroom cottage for saleChurch Minshull Nantwich, Cheshire
Guide Price £465,000
- Grade II Listed Cottage
- Three Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Three Bedrooms
- Shower Room & Bathroom
- River Frontage
Full descriptionAN EXQUISITE, LATE 16th CENTURY, GRADE II LISTED DETACHED
BLACK-AND-WHITE COTTAGE IN A WONDERFUL GARDEN SETTING,
WITH VALUABLE RIVER FRONTAGE, IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE
Reception Hall, Shower Room, Dining Room, Living Room, Sitting Room,
Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Landing, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom,
Oil Central Heating, Part Double Glazed Windows, Brick Garage,
Car Parking Spaces, Workshop/Potting Shed, Gardens,
Mooring and Fishing Rights
Summary - Reception Hall, Shower Room, Dining Room, Living Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Landing, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, Oil Central Heating, Part Double Glazed Windows, Brick Garage, Car Parking Spaces, Workshop/Potting Shed, Gardens, Mooring and Fishing Rights.
Description - A quite delightful detached cottage, constructed of brick with part timbered elevations under a tiled roof, believed to date back in part to the 1580's. In recent years the property has undergone a tasteful programme of restoration and enlargement. Oakhurst contains some fine architectural features with a wealth of fine exposed beams and wall timbers and offers well balanced accommodation on two floors only. A number of the beams are believed to have come from Combermere Abbey and date back to 1120. Grade II Listed in the Church Minshull Conservation Area.
Perhaps its most appealing feature is its lovely setting, in a riverside position overlooking the River Weaver and countryside beyond.
Location And Amenities - Located in the heart of this renowned village in an attractive rural setting, the property remains convenient for Nantwich and Crewe and is also well placed for access to the M6 motorway. There is a church, public house/restaurant and village hall in Church Minshull and the nearby historic market town of Nantwich has a range of individual shops, supermarkets, junior and senior schools and a good range of recreational facilities. There is a primary school in the nearby village of Worleston.
Approximate Distances - Nantwich 6 miles, Crewe (intercity rail network) 5 miles, Tarporley 9 miles, Northwich 10 miles, Chester 20 miles, Junction 16 (south) and 18 (north) of the M6 motorway are about 10 miles to the east. Manchester International Airport is about a 45 minute drive to the north via the M6 and M56. Leighton Hospital is about 2 miles.
Directions - Proceed from Nantwich along Barony Road, at the roundabout turn right, following signs for Worleston/Church Minshull. On entering Church Minshull, proceed past The Badger public house and the property will be seen on the right hand side, after turning left at the mini roundabout.
The Accommodation Comprises: - (with approximate measurements)
Reception Hall - 12'0" x 6'2" (3.66m x 1.88m) - Exposed wall timbers, tiled floor, double wall light, entrance door, central heating radiator.
Shower Room - 6'5" x 5'6" (1.96m x 1.68m) - White suite comprising vanity unit with inset hand basin and low flush WC, shower cubicle with Mira Sport shower, radiator/towel rail.
Dining Room - 15'0" x 11'7" (4.57m x 3.53m) - Open fireplace with brick surround, tiled hearth and Living Flame log/coal effect fireplace, exposed beams and wall timbers, inset spice cupboard, exposed Wattle-and-Daub, inset shelving, two double glazed windows, three single wall lights, central heating radiator.
Living Room - 17'9" x 10'10" (5.41m x 3.30m) - 14'6" into Inglenook.
Fine Inglenook fireplace with raised brick hearth and canopy, two spice cupboards, Living Flame coal/gas effect fire. Exposed beams and wall timbers, three double wall lights, two central heating radiators.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 17'11" x 12'2" (5.46m x 3.71m) - 11/2 bowl single drainer sink unit with cupboard under, floor standing cupboard and drawer units with worktops, wall cupboard, Hotpoint oven and four burner hob unit with extractor hood above, integrated refrigerator, Beko dishwasher, Whirlpool washing machine, exposed ships beams and wall timbers, Worcester Bosh oil fired central heating boiler, quarry tiled floor, three spotlight fittings, stable door to side porch, double doors to sitting room, two windows, central heating radiator.
Sitting Room - 16'6" x 8'10" (5.03m x 2.69m) - Two double glazed windows and double glazed French windows enjoying a superb aspect over the rear garden, River Weaver and countryside beyond, central heating radiator.
STAIRCASE LEADS FROM RECEPTION HALL TO FIRST FLOOR
Landing - Two windows, access to loft, two single wall lights, central heating radiator.
Bedroom No. 1 - 15'10" x 17'9" (4.83m x 5.41m) - Four fitted double wardrobes, exposed wall timbers, two windows (one double glazed) enjoying a superb aspect over the gardens, River Weaver and countryside beyond, access to boarded roof space with light, two central heating radiators.
Bedroom No. 3 - 13'2" x 7'9" (4.01m x 2.36m) - Built-in cupboards, central heating radiator, window.
Bedroom No. 2 - 15'6" into wardrobes x 11'1" (4.72m into wardrobes - Built-in double wardrobe, built-in single wardrobe, cylinder and airing cupboard, exposed beams and wall timbers, access to loft, central heating radiator, double glazed window.
Bathroom - 7'8" x 6'0" (2.34m x 1.83m) - Cream coloured suite comprising panelled Jacuzzi bath with mixer shower, low flush WC and pedestal hand basin, fully tiled walls, mirror and light fitting, radiator/towel rail.
Outside - Brick built, tiled roofed DETACHED GARAGE 18'10" x 9'5" (5.47m x 2.87m) up-and-over door, power and light, personal door.
Brick WORKSHOP/POTTING SHED (former Laundry) 12'3" x 11'0" (3.73m x 3.35m) power and light.
Aluminium framed Greenhouse.
South facing paved courtyard.
The cottage is approached over a crazy paved drive providing car parking spaces.
Gardens - The attractive gardens have matured over the years, enjoy river frontage and form a particular feature of the property. They are extensively lawned with flower and herbaceous borders, cream and dark red Acers, Heathers, Apple, Cherry and Plum trees, ornamental pool and a barked seating area.
Services - Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Septic tank drainage. Superfast broadband.
N.B. Tests have not been made of electrical, water, drainage and heating systems and associated appliances, nor confirmation obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services. The information given should therefore be verified prior to a legal commitment to purchase.
Tenure - FREEHOLD - With vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing - STRICTLY By appointment with BAKER, WYNNE & WILSON.
38 Pepper Street, Nantwich. (Tel No: 01270 625214).
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