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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Main Road, Higher Kinnerton, Chester

Sold STC £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Former Farmhouse
  • Formal Gardens & Paddock
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • Large Farmhouse Kitchen
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 2 Garages
  • Workshop, Office and Stores
  • Village Setting

Full description

A GRADE II LISTED GEORGIAN FARMHOUSE OCCUPYING A SLIGHTLY ELEVATED POSITION WITHIN THE POPULAR VILLAGE OF HIGHER KINNERTON. It is understood that Kinnerton Hall was completed in 1740 for J Paynter who was a mining agent for the Earl of Powys. The accommodation retains a number of period features and briefly comprises: reception hallway with original wooden staircase, sitting room with open fireplace, dining room, study, music room, a large farmhouse style kitchen with cast-iron stove and double oven Aga, utility room, rear porch, first floor landing, principal bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room, bedroom two, bedroom three, bathroom, second floor landing, bedroom four with dressing room, bedroom five, bedroom six and bathroom. In addition, there are three large store rooms which have potential to be incorporated within the main accommodation, subject to any necessary consents that may be required. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and has a multi-fuel stove with a back boiler. Cont............

Cont.... - The property is approached via a private driveway from Main Road in the centre of Higher Kinnerton. To the front, there are neatly laid lawns, patio areas and well stocked beds and borders. To the rear of the property there is a block paved and gravelled courtyard providing access to two Garages. In addition, there is a Workshop with Office above, three original pigsties, a log store and outside WC. There is also an adjoining Paddock of approximately 0.25 acre.

Location - The village of Higher Kinnerton is located on the Welsh/Cheshire border. Chester City centre is easily accessible by car, together with the Chester Business Park and the A55 North Wales Expressway allowing daily commuting to the various commercial and industrial centres of the region. The village centre provides day to day shopping facilities, pubs, and a primary school (rated in 2014 as 'Best performing primary school in North Wales'). Buses run into Chester at regular intervals, and the A55 North Wales Expressway is within a few minutes' drive. The Broughton Retail Park with its Tesco superstore, range of High Street shopping outlets and a newly opened cinema is approximately 2 miles away.

Higher Kinnerton was crowned 'Best Kept Village' in 2012 and 2014 by Flintshire County Council.

Agent's Note - Please note all dimensions and floor plans are approximate and should be used for guidance only.

The accommodation comprises:

Reception Hallway - 17'7" (max) x 15'7" (5.36m ( max) x 4.75m) - Large wooden panelled entrance door, two decorative leaded glazed windows, ceiling beam with light point, double radiator and turned spindle staircase to the first floor. Stripped wooden panelled doors to the Sitting Room, Dining Room and Study. Inner Hall with hanging for cloaks and opening to the Music Room.

Sitting Room - 14'9" x 12'9" to chimney breast (4.50m x 3.89m to - Two cast-iron windows overlooking the front, tiled fireplace and hearth with open grate, painted wooden fire surround and arched display recesses to each side with glass shelving, single radiator with thermostat, ceiling light point, two wall points and picture rails. Door to the Farmhouse Kitchen.

Dining Room - 15'4" x 14'8" (4.67m x 4.47m) - With two decorative cast-iron windows overlooking the front, TV aerial point, picture rails, ceiling light point, double radiator with thermostat and tiled fireplace and hearth with painted wooden surround.

Study - 12'0" x 6'10" (3.66m x 2.08m) - With cast-iron window to rear, single radiator with thermostat, telephone point, ceiling light point and exposed wooden floorboards. Door to the electric meter cupboard.

Music Room - 15'2" x 6'10" (4.62m x 2.08m) - With cast-iron window to rear, single radiator with thermostat and ceiling light point. Steps leading down with door through to the Farmhouse Kitchen.

Farmhouse Kitchen - 28'1" x 22'6" (8.56m x 6.86m) - A large open-plan room incorporating a fitted breakfast kitchen with AGA and Living Area.

The Aga -

Breakfast Kitchen - Fitted with a range of limed oak fronted base and wall units incorporating drawers, cupboards, a wine rack, shelving, plate rack and glazed cabinet with slate work tops. Inset one and half bowl sink unit with drainer and mixer tap. Fitted four-ring electric hob with extractor above and built-in oven and grill. Housing for microwave. Decorative brick chimney breast housing an AGA oil fired double oven with two hot plates. Integrated Hotpoint dishwasher, space for American style fridge freezer, feature exposed brick walling and brick pillar, concealed under-cupboard lighting, quarry tiled floor and space for breakfast table and chairs. Decorative cast-iron internal window to the rear porch, door to Lobby and part-glazed doors to the front garden and rear porch.

Living Area - Brick Inglenook style fireplace with slate hearth housing a Much Wenlock cast-iron multi-fuel stove with back boiler providing heat for part of the central heating system, quarry tiled floor, two cast-iron windows overlooking the front, exposed beam with spot lights, ceiling light points, mains connected heat alarm and built-in cupboard with shelving, light point and the hot water cylinder for the central heating. Part-glazed door to the Utility Room.

The Stove -

Utility Room - 12'6" x 7'3" (3.81m x 2.21m) - Fitted work top with storage cupboard and inset single bowl stainless sink unit with drainer and mixer tap. Two single glazed windows, pitched polycarbonate roof, electric storage heater, plumbing and space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and vinyl tiled effect flooring. Glazed door to the Utility Room.

Rear Porch - 14'10" (max) x 7'5" (4.52m ( max) x 2.26m) - With a pitched polycarbonate roof, single glazed window, Dimplex electric storage heater and vinyl tiled effect flooring, part-glazed door to outside and small wooden door to the Coal Store.

First Floor Landing - Mains connected smoke alarm and ceiling light point. Stripped wooden panelled door to the Principal Bedroom, door with staircase to the second floor and door to Inner Landing.

Principal Bedroom - 14'10" x 14'6" (max) (4.52m x 4.42m ( max)) - Two cast-iron windows overlooking the front, ceiling light point and double radiator with thermostat. Door to En-Suite Shower Room and door to Dressing Room.

En-Suite Shower Room - 6'6" x 5'10" (1.98m x 1.78m) - Modern white suite comprising: tiled shower enclosure with Mira Excel shower, glazed shower screen and glazed door; pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back; and low level WC. Wall light with electric shaver point, fitted wall mirror, single radiator with thermostat, ceiling light point and cast-iron window.

Dressing Room - 15'1" x 6'10" (4.60m x 2.08m) - Cast-iron window to rear, ceiling light point, single radiator with thermostat and pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and fitted wall mirror.

Inner Landing - 11'0" x 10'5" (3.35m x 3.18m) - Ceiling light point and single radiator. Doors to Bedroom Two, Bedroom Three and Bathroom.

Bedroom Two - 15'4" x 14'8" (4.67m x 4.47m) - With two cast-iron windows overlooking the front, ceiling light point, double radiator with thermostat, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back, wall light with electric shaver point, TV aerial point and decorative cast-iron fireplace.

Bedroom Three - 15'4" x 6'11" (4.67m x 2.11m) - With cast-iron window overlooking the rear, ceiling light point, TV aerial point, single radiator with thermostat, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and fitted wall mirror.

Bathroom - 10'10" x 5'9" (3.30m x 1.75m) - White suite comprising: panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment; low level WC; and pedestal wash hand basin. Cast-iron window overlooking the front, part-tiled walls to dado rail height, tiled to bath and shower area, ceiling light with electric heater, single radiator with thermostat, wall light with electric shaver point and fitted wall mirror.

Second Floor Landing - 17'6" x 11'7" (5.33m x 3.53m) - Large landing with spindled balustrade, mains connected smoke alarm, ceiling light point, single radiator with thermostat, wall light point, decorative exposed brick chimney breast, picture light and walk-in airing cupboard with slatted shelving and light point. Doors to Bedroom Four, Bedroom Five and Bedroom Six. Glazed door to the Bathroom.

Bedroom Four - 15'1" x 14'5" (4.60m x 4.39m) - With cast-iron window overlooking the front, double radiator with thermostat, decorative exposed brick fireplace, exposed timbers and ceiling light point. Door to:

Dressing Room - 15'7" x 6'10" (4.75m x 2.08m) - With cast-iron window overlooking the rear, exposed timbers, ceiling point and single radiator with thermostat.

Bedroom Five - 15'3" x 14'6" (4.65m x 4.42m) - With cast-iron window overlooking the front, double radiator with thermostat, decorative fireplace recess with brick hearth and ceiling light point.

Bedroom Six - 15'7" x 6'9" (4.75m x 2.06m) - With cast-iron window to rear, ceiling light point and single radiator with thermostat.

Bathroom - 12'8" x 5'9" (3.86m x 1.75m) - A four piece suite in white comprising: panelled bath; tiled shower enclosure with Mira Excel shower, glazed shower screen and glazed door; pedestal wash hand basin; and low level WC. Part-tiled walls, cast-iron window, single radiator with thermostat, wall mirror with two spot lights, ceiling light point and single radiator with thermostat.

Ancillary Accommodation - Attached to the side of the property there is a Lobby with access from the Farmhouse Kitchen.

Lobby - With quarry tiled floor and steps to the loft store area which is divided into two sections. Wooden panelled door to Games Room/Store.

Games Room/Store - 23'1" (max) x 18'3" (7.04m ( max) x 5.56m) - With fluorescent strip light, two cast-iron windows, fitted shelving and quarry tiled floor.

Loft Store 1 - 23'7" plus recess x 18'10" (7.19m plus recess x 5. - With cast-iron window, exposed beam and wooden floorboards.

Loft Store 2 - 23'6" x 30' (7.16m x 9.14m) - With cast-iron window, exposed beams, wooden floorboards and the unvented hot water heater.

Outside Front - The property is approached via a private driveway from Main Road which provides access to Kinnerton Hall and a range of recently converted barns set around a central courtyard. To the front of the Hall there are formal gardens with extensive lawned areas, a flagged patio and well stocked borders which are enclosed by stone walling and post and rail fencing. A winding pathway leads down to the driveway.

Front Door -

Outside Rear - To the rear there is a gravelled and block paved driveway with a neatly laid lawn which is enclosed by brick walling. There is access to the rear porch, two garages, the workshop and steps lead up to an office. There is also an outside WC, boiler room and log store.

Outbuildings -

Garage One - 16'4" x 13'0" (4.98m x 3.96m) - With double opening wooden doors, cold water tap and door to outside.

Garage Two - 16'1 x 14'0" (4.90m x 4.27m) - With double opening wooden doors, light point and window.

Workshop - 23'5" x 15'10" (7.14m x 4.83m) - With sliding door, power, light, two windows and door to rear.

Office - 23'3" x 16'1" (7.09m x 4.90m) - Approached via a series of steps from the rear courtyard with exposed beams and timbers, three double glazed windows, power and light.

Pigsties - Attached to the rear of the garaging there are three pigsties.

Outside Wc - 8'0" x 6'4" (2.44m x 1.93m) - With wash hand basin and high-flush WC.

Boiler Room - Housing a Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. Outside oil storage tank.

Coal Store - 16'2" (max) x 5'11" (4.93m ( max) x 1.80m) - With an access door from Rear Porch.

Gardens -

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Paddock - Adjoining the property there is a paddock which is enclosed by fencing with a number of mature trees.

Site Map - Please note the map is intended as a guide only.

The View -

History - Kinnerton Hall is approached via a private drive from Main Road in the centre of Higher Kinnerton Village. The Hall is understood to have been completed in 1740 for the Paynter family (when it was known as Paynter Hall). Later acquired by the Topham family in the early 16th Century, when it formed part of their Kinnerton Lodge Estate. In the 19th Century the Hall was acquired by the Collinge family and farmed by the Cannon family as tenant farmers. Refurbished under James Collinge in 1887.

Grade Ii Listing - Three storey, brown brick, Georgian farmhouse of three bays with C19 remodelling including single storey extension to the right. Grey slate roof. Central bay to front elevation is slightly recessed between two projecting outer bays. Stone copings to gable ends with ball finials and kneelers. Separate storeys articulated by a projecting brick band of three courses between the ground and first floors, and the first and second floors. To the front elevation each bay has two metal, small-pane, casement windows to each of the ground and first floors, with one to the attic storey; all windows are of distinctive estate style with pointed "Gothic" heads and large projecting Ruabon cills and heads. Windows to either side of the front door are late Victorian leaded windows of two-lights.

Together with the six-panel door they are brought together under a large Ruabon terracotta moulded lintel with a date inscription of 1887. To the gable of the central bay is a date-stone of 1740 together with the name Paynter. To the right is the single storey former dairy of late C19 with four segmental headed windows one of which has been enlarged to form a door. The remaining three windows retain their original diamond lattice paned casement windows. The rear elevation retains the symmetry of the front but with a narrower, and unlit, central section. The bays to the left and right have one multi-paned window to each storey, with Ruabon terracotta cills and heads and late C19 diamond lattice glazing bars.

Agent's Notes - * Council Tax Band H - Flintshire County Council.
* Services - mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
* Oil fired central heating.
* Tenure believed to be Freehold.
* The property is Grade II Listed.
* Management Company - the Kinnerton Hall Management Company Limited has been formed. There are 5 equal shares, one belonging to each dwelling within the development. The Management Company is responsible for the maintenance of the communal areas and the driveway. There will be a monthly service charge, yet to be agreed, for the upkeep.

Directions - Proceed out of Chester over the Grosvenor Bridge to the Overleigh roundabout and take the third exit along Lache Lane. Continue into open countryside to the roundabout by Bodfari Foods and take the turning right towards Kinnerton, passing through Gorstella and Lower Kinnerton. On entering the village proceed past the Royal Oak public house. Follow the road through the village, past the Primary School, and at The Swan public house turn right into a private driveway. Follow the drive and the property will be found on the right hand side.

Approximate Distances - (Source RAC route planner).

Chester - 7 miles
Mold - 7 miles
Wrexham - 8 miles
Hope - 21/2 miles
Liverpool - 24 miles
Liverpool John Lennon Airport - 33 miles
Manchester - 49 miles
Manchester Airport - 42 miles
Warrington - 31 miles
Junction 2 A55 Expressway - 3 miles

Viewing - By arrangement with the Agent's Chester Office 01244 404040.
PJS/JF

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