3 bedroom detached house for saleKeristal Avenue, Great Boughton, Chester
- 1920's detached home
- Stunning location with views
- Period features
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 reception and conservatory
- Breakfast kitchen and utility room
- Mature gardens with driveway to the front
- EPC Rating D
We are offering for sale this fantastic detached family home which is located in a quiet cul-de-sac setting, making it the perfect environment for a family with outstanding schooling within the area and excellent local facilities to be found closeby. The features and accommodation of this attractive period property in brief are as follows: Entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, sitting room, dining room, high quality Amdega timber framed conservatory, utility room, store room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, principally double glazed windows, gas central heating system, pitch pine wood block flooring and internal doors, picture rails, loft insulation, cavity wall insulation, a connection to all mains services, front lawned and part walled garden, imprinted concrete front driveway, former garage/store and superb rear gardens including an upper seating area, lower fruit orchard and taking full advantage of the stunning panoramic skyline views to the South West.
Description - This exceptional detached family home is located in a quiet cul-de-sac setting, making it the perfect environment for a family with outstanding schooling within the area and excellent local facilities to be found close by. The features and accommodation of this attractive period property in brief are as follows; Entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, sitting room, living room/dining room, high quality Amdega timber framed conservatory, utility room, store room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, principally double glazed windows, gas central heating system, pitch pine wood block flooring and internal doors, picture rails, loft insulation, cavity wall insulation, a connection to all mains services, front lawned and part walled garden, imprinted concrete front driveway, former garage/store and superb rear gardens including an upper seating area, fruit trees and taking full advantage of the stunning panoramic skyline views to the South West.
Location - Boughton in general and Keristal Avenue in particular are perennially popular areas with some highly regarded local schools and shopping facilities as well as being within close proximity of a slipway onto the River Dee and the comprehensive range of cultural, historic, educational, recreational, retail and employment facilities within and around the Roman City Of Chester. Fast and efficient mainline railway services to London and other significant areas of the United Kingdom are available from the Chester General Railway Station and excellent connections to the wider North West road communications network are available from via nearby junctions to the A41, A51, A55 and M53 motorway.
Directions - From Chester proceed out of the City along Boughton taking the right hand lane at the gyratory system and continuing back in the direction of Chester but turning almost immediately left onto B5130/Sandy Lane. Continue along Sandy Lane past the slipway and for a further distance, continuing past the Et Alia restaurant and turn left signposted for Keristal Avenue. Continuing along Keristal Avenue bearing right and for a further short distance after which the gated driveway to No. 10 will be observed on the right hand side.
Entrance Hall - Original panelled entrance door with frosted, leaded attractive, inset stained glass window. Pitch pine wood block flooring which continues through into the two reception rooms. Pitch pine turned spindled staircase with oak handrail rises to the first floor accommodation. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Telephone point. Dado and picture rails. Coved ceiling and ceiling light point. Glazed doors open into both reception rooms. Panelled and inset frosted glazed door opens into the breakfast kitchen. Panelled door opens into downstairs cloakroom.
Downstairs Cloakroom - Low-level WC with corner wash basin with tiled splash backs. Recessed shelving. Frosted double glazed window to the front elevation.
Breakfast Kitchen - 2.58m x 4.52 (8'5" x 14'9") - The kitchen provides a comprehensive arrangement of light coloured wood base and wall mounted units to incorporate drawers and cupboards, tiled work surface over back units with inset one and a half bowl ceramic sink with drainer and mixer tap. Space for electric oven with extractor hood over. Plumbing for dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer. Cushioned flooring. Double panelled radiator. Ceiling light points. Power points. Television aerial point. Double glazed window to the front and side elevations. Door opens onto the side garden.
Living Room/Dining Room - 4.24m x 3.93m (13'10" x 12'10") - Attractive walk-in double glazed bay window with door that opens onto a paved upper seating area, the window provides ample natural daylight into the room was far reaching views over towards Handbridge and the Eaton Estate. Attractive pitch pine wood block flooring which continues through from the hallway. Feature tiled fireplace houses a living flame gas fire. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Television aerial point. Combination of dado rail, picture rail and ceiling rose.
Sitting Room - 3.44m x 4.62m (11'3" x 15'1" ) - An elegant room with tiled open fireplace with hearth and bespoke cupboards to both sides of the chimneybreast. There is a pitch pine wood block flooring which continues through from the hallway. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Television aerial point. Picture rail. Ceiling light point. Glazed double doors, built in bay, open into the extended rear conservatory.
Conservatory - 5.14m x 3.79m (16'10" x 12'5" ) - Amdega solid wood framed conservatory. with glazed roof over which enjoys fabulous views over not only the immaculate garden but into the distance the Eaton Estate. Tiled floor. One double panelled radiator and one single panel radiator. Power points. Door leads into a utility.
Utility - 1.8m x 2.85m (5'10" x 9'4") - Plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Ceiling light point. Tiled floor. Power points. Wall mounted Ideal Classic boiler. Double glazed window to the rear elevation. Door leads into the store room.
Store Room - 2.2m x 3.64m (7'2" x 11'11") - Frosted window to the side elevation. Ceiling light point. Power points.
First Floor Landing - Double glazed window to the front elevation with additional double glazed window to the side elevation . Built-in airing cupboard. Single panel radiator. Ceiling light point. Panelled doors open into bedrooms and bathroom.
Bedroom 1 - 4.26m x 4.59m (13'11" x 15'0") - Walk-into double glazed bay window to the rear elevation which enjoys spectacular elevated views towards Handbridge and the Eaton Estate and into the distance the Clwydian mountain range. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Attractive wrought iron Victorian style fireplace. Telephone point. Television aerial point. Picture rail. Ceiling light point.
Bedroom 2 - 3.44m x 4.57m (11'3" x 14'11" ) - Walk-into double glazed bay window to the rear elevation which enjoys spectacular elevated views towards Handbridge and the Eaton Estate and into the distance the Clwydian mountain range. This room also has a double glazed window to the front elevation. Feature Victorian wrought iron fireplace. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Television aerial point. Picture rail. Ceiling light point.
Bedroom 3 - 2.7m x 2.65m (8'10" x 8'8" ) - Double glazed window to the front elevation. Single panel radiator. Power points. Ceiling light point.
Bathroom - Three-piece suite with panelled bath having chrome fittings, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Wall lighting. Access to loft space. Frosted double glazed window to the side elevation.
Outside - The property offers wrought iron gates that open onto a patterned driveway which in turn provides ample off-road parking. There is a mature lawned garden frontage with herbaceous planted border beds being enclosed via both a brick wall and hedgerow screening to the side. Access to the rear garden can be gained via the side elevation with secure gating. The rear garden is a particular feature of the property as it is not directly overlooked and has spectacular elevated open views. The garden has a paved upper seating area that opens onto the first designated lawned area with step way that in turn leads onto a more natural lawned garden with mature fruit trees. The garden is enclosed with hedgerow screening. Outside cold water and power supply.
Council Tax Band - E -
Epc Rating - D -
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