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5 bedroom cottage for sale

Sherrington Lane, Broxton

Withdrawn from Market £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Idyllic rural setting
  • Farmland/hill views
  • Adjoined annex
  • Three/four receptions
  • Kitchen, utility
  • Five bedrooms
  • Plentiful parking
  • Lawned gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

OVERVIEW Steeped in history, this property offers a wealth of charm throughout with family-sized living accommodation in addition to an annex within the old bakery which can provide independent living for a teenager or adult children, or indeed for different generations of a family living under one roof! Bakery Cottage and the old bakery have been linked by the entrance hall of the home and this is accessed through a solid oak entrance door with a separate door entry into the annex accommodation, which features a sitting room with original bakery oven, varnished timber floor and pleasant views out to farmland at the rear. There is a staircase off to the first floor accommodation where there is a bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams together with an en-suite shower room with stylish appointment enjoying twin marbled basins and a walk-in shower enclosure. The main house offers four bedrooms to the first floor, with the master bedroom offering a range of fitted wardrobes and pleasant views of the private lawned gardens. Completing the accommodation on the first floor is a bathroom featuring a four piece suite of stunning and stylish appointment. On the ground floor, there are three/four reception rooms to the home, with the principal room being the living room, a dual aspect room with exposed brick open fireplace and with an enclosed staircase off which provides access to the first floor accommodation. An open plan feel exists to the dining/sitting room where between the two rooms is a large opening with an exposed ceiling beam and there is oak engineered flooring. To the sitting area is a cast iron open fireplace and to the dining room there is fitted wooden shelving and glass display cabinets to the chimneybreasts. From the inner hallway is a study/child's play room and completing the accommodation is a kitchen of cottage style appointment with an extensive range of cream painted Shaker style wooden units with a combination of solid wood and granite work surfaces and a tiled chimney recess featuring an oil fired range oven. From the kitchen is a separate utility room. The property benefits from a combination of double glazed units and has oil fired central heating, with the heating system operated by the 'Alpha' range oven in the kitchen. Externally, the property offers off-road parking via a private block paved driveway comfortably for 2-3 vehicles and has the added benefit of a further off-road parking space at the foot of the private lawned garden, which itself is notable in size. Linked to the property is the old bakery which is part converted to provide further living accommodation but offers two further compartments used as storage facilities currently but could indeed provide further accommodation. 

LOCATION Broxton is a rural hamlet set amongst the Cheshire Hills close to the village of Tattenhall, surrounded by beautiful open countryside yet within easy reach of the A41 with its links to Malpas, Whitchurch, Chester, Farndon and Tarporley. The property enjoys excellent transport links making a commute to the airports and cities of Manchester and Liverpool attainable within an hour's drive. Locally, there are several good public houses/restaurants within a short driving distance and the property lies approximately 20 minutes drive from Chester. 

ACCOMMODATION with approximate room sizes, briefly comprises:- 

ENTRANCE HALL with solid wooden entrance door with accompanying wood sealed double glazed windows, recessed ceiling lights, tiled flooring, opening through to breakfast kitchen. The hallway provides access via a further solid wooden door into the adjoining old bakery which is the annex accommodation. 

BREAKFAST KITCHEN 19' 2" x 10' 2" (5.84m x 3.1m) with a cottage feel, the kitchen features an extensive range of cream painted Shaker style base, wall and drawer units with wooden fitments, glass display cabinets, solid wood work surfaces with dual inset drainer with Belfast double sink with swan neck mixer tap, integrated 'Neff' microwave, integrated 'Meile' fridge, integrated 'Neff' slimline dishwasher, tiled recess housing 'Alpha' oil fired range oven (which also provides operation for central heating system), solid granite work surfaces either side, continuation of the tiled flooring from the entrance hall, vaulted ceiling with large 'Velux' window, exposed ceiling timbers and spotlights, wood sealed unit windows providing views over fields to the side, door providing external access, door into inner hallway. 

UTILITY ROOM 8' 9" x 6' 10" (2.67m x 2.08m) with a range of white laminate fronted base and wall units with wooden work surfaces over, Belfast style sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, plumbing under counter for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, recessed ceiling lights. 

INNER HALL with two built-in storage cupboards, opening through to study. 

STUDY 12' 8" x 6' 10" (3.86m x 2.08m) A versatile room to the home which could equally be used as a child's play area, featuring engineered oak flooring, radiator, dual aspect with UPVC double glazed windows to both the side and rear aspects. 

LIVING ROOM 18' 11" x 14' 9" (5.77m x 4.5m) The principal reception room of the home, being a generous size and a dual aspect room with double glazed window to the side and an enclosed bay window to the front aspect, featuring an exposed brick fireplace with stone tiled hearth and wooden mantel, two radiators, enclosed staircase to the first floor accommodation. 

DINING/SITTING ROOM 22' 3" x 12' 5" max (6.78m x 3.78m) Two rooms in one here, with an exposed timber ceiling beam separating the two reception areas, with the dining area featuring fitted wooden shelving and base storage units with leaded light glass display cabinet to one side of chimneybreast. There is wooden flooring throughout and in the sitting area there is a cast iron fireplace and hearth and UPVC double glazed French doors providing views of and access to the gardens, coved ceiling, two radiators. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING with UPVC double glazed windows providing views over fields, feature corner cast iron fireplace, radiator, loft access, storage cupboard, wall light point. 

BEDROOM ONE 12' 6" reducing to 11' 2" x 11' 5" into wardrobes (3.81m x 3.48m) The principal bedroom featuring a range of fitted wardrobes with coloured laminate effect doors with chrome fitments, UPVC double glazed window providing excellent views over the private gardens of the home, radiator, picture rail. 

BEDROOM TWO 12' 5" x 10' 1" (3.78m x 3.07m) with wood effect laminate flooring, two radiators, UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect providing pleasant views towards Raw Head and its neighbouring hills. 

BEDROOM THREE 10' 9" x 10' 8" (3.28m x 3.25m) with wood effect laminate flooring, radiator, UPVC double glazed window providing a pleasant view, TV point. 

BEDROOM FOUR 10' 9" x 7' 7" (3.28m x 2.31m) with wood effect laminate flooring, UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, radiator, TV point, built-in over stairs storage cupboard. 

BATHROOM 16' 1" approx x 6' 8" (4.9m x 2.03m) Of high quality appointment featuring a four piece suite comprising separate roll top bath with bar mixer tap unit and shower attachment, tiled shower enclosure with soak away to floor and dual head exposed valve mixer shower unit, low level WC and circular marble effect wash hand basin with mixer tap unit on a wooden vanity frame, exposed ceiling beam, downlighters, heated towel rail, exposed stone to two walls, two UPVC double glazed windows, one with an obscured pane, tiled walls, tiled flooring. It should be noted that the room has a slight restrict of head room. 

ANNEX The annex is in three sections, with one section having already been converted to provide further living accommodation as follows:- 

SITTING ROOM 15' 7" x 12' 1" (4.75m x 3.68m) A room full of charm and character featuring the original bakery ovens with brick arch and sandstone framing and a dual aspect room with sealed unit double glazed windows to both the front and rear aspects, to the rear over fields. There is varnished wooden flooring, two radiators, exposed ceiling beams and a spindled staircase off to the first floor accommodation. 

BEDROOM 16' 9" x 12' 1" (5.11m x 3.68m) This room features a vaulted ceiling, two exposed ceiling beams, recessed ceiling lights, spindled balustrade, two radiators, three wall light points, 'Velux' window, dual aspect with French doors with Juliet balcony to the front aspect and wood sealed unit double glazed window to the rear providing aspect over fields. 

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 9' 10" x 9' 3" (3m x 2.82m) Of stylish appointment with sanitary ware matching that of the main house bathroom, with a shower enclosure with soak away to a tiled floor, wall concealed 'Mira' thermostatic shower unit with dispenser and shower screen, low level WC and marbled circular twin sink units with wall concealed chrome effect mixer taps on a wooden vanity frame, limestone flooring, curved heated towel rail, recessed ceiling lights, access to eaves storage cupboard housing pressurised hot water cylinder, wood sealed unit window providing views over fields. 

The old bakery itself offers two further annex sections which offer fantastic storage capability currently but indeed could become further living accommodation if the necessary planning and building permissions are sought. 

STORE ONE 16' 2" x 12' 9" (4.93m x 3.89m) Accessed via a timber door and houses the oil tank for the central heating system. 

STORE TWO 12' 7" x 10' 2" (3.84m x 3.1m) Accessed via open out timber doors, this room has the benefit of lighting and a timber staircase to mezzanine storage level. 

EXTERNALLY Within an idyllic setting, the property is blessed with a good degree of off-road parking, firstly by a block paved driveway directly in front of the property and the old bakery, comfortably three vehicles. At the far reaches of the garden there is a further off-road parking area which is separated from the garden itself by trellis screening and mature shrub borders and with pedestrian gate access into the garden itself. The gardens are a lovely feature of the home, predominantly laid to lawn and well enclosed by borders of mature shrubs and trees and offers an excellent degree of privacy, as well as views over farmland with a backdrop of the nearby Cheshire hills. Directly from the dining/sitting room is a concrete hardstanding, ideal for a seating terrace, with a pea gravelled border and stepping stone surround leading to the lawned gardens, which extend to the very end of the garden where there is pedestrian gated access to the further parking area and also a pond. There is a brick built garden store with a timber edged vegetable planter behind and there are Jacksons timber gates and fencing leading to a pea gravelled pathway to the front of the property where there is a lawned garden lying adjacent to the driveway and a further pedestrian gate access with an archway from the roadside. 

DIRECTIONS From Chester, proceed out along Boughton bearing right and then left at the gyratory system onto Christleton Road which becomes the A41 Whitchurch Road. Follow signs for the A41 South at the next large junction and proceed through the villages of Christleton, Rowton and Waverton for approximately 8 miles before reaching the Broxton roundabout. Turn left at the roundabout and proceed along passing the Durham Heifer public house on the right hand side. After a short distance turn right onto Smithy Lane, continuing forward as the road bends to the right where the property will be found on the right hand side. 

VIEWING By prior appointment with Humphreys of Chester on (01244) 401100. 

MARKETING APPRAISAL Thinking of Selling? We are a locally run business with over 50 years of partnership experience and can offer you a free marketing appraisal of your own property without obligation. Budgeting your move is probably the first step in the moving process. It is worth remembering that we may already have a purchaser waiting to buy your home. 

HUMPHREYS SURVEYORS Whether buying or selling through Humphreys, we are delighted that we can now provide a full survey and valuation service carried out by our team of chartered surveyors. This prudent step in a house purchase is strongly recommended and we would be more than happy to discuss the types of survey available and their associated costs. 

1. Money Laundering Regulations: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase. 

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