Cottage in Puddington Village
Puddington village was owned by the Higgins family and this cottage was one of the workman’s cottages, dating back to the 1900ies. To the side of the property now sits the garage but this was once the Blacksmiths Forge, still with the original fireplace in and dates to 1834.
Puddington is a beautiful setting with nature at your feet. There are numerous walks, the bird sanctuary and a café in Puddington as well as Burton to be enjoyed. There are local amenities all within easy proximity and links to the motorway network are all within a 10-minute drive. Puddington is very much about enjoying being part of a community with events such as carols round the Christmas tree and the summer fate to be enjoyed upon the green.
The property itself comprises of an entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen and dining room to the ground floor with 2 bedrooms and a main family bathroom to the first floor. Outside there is a stunning Japanese themed garden as well as the garage and driveway to the side. (The Forge)
Door to the lounge, meter cupboard.
LOUNGE: 15.9 X 11.9
Double glazed window to the front of the property, overlooking the beautiful rural setting across the green. There are original latch doors to the kitchen and understairs cupboard, which houses a phoenix diamond grade one safe. The room is complimented by a feature beam ceiling and brick fireplace with living flame LPG Jotul stove.
KITCHEN: 9.6 X 7.7
Double glazed window to the side of the property. The kitchen consists of hand made solid Oak wood wall and base units with newly fitted work surfaces to compliment. The kitchen has a Bosch double electric oven with LPG gas hob and extractor fan over. There is a single sink inset Frank sink with mixer tap over and Bosch countertop dishwasher. The kitchen is further enhanced by the original Quarry tiled flooring and Christopher Wray light fitting, which is typical style for this time.
DINING ROOM/STUDY: 16.6 X 10.0
This extension was added to the original house in 1974. There are French doors leading to the garden to the rear and a double-glazed window to the rear with side door also leading outside.
Loft access with loft ladder and light. Access to the airing cupboard.
MAIN BEDROOM & DRESSING ROOM: 15.5 X 11.9
Double glazed leaded windows to the front of the property, again with beautiful views across the village. There is an original feature cast iron fireplace and built in cherry wood wardrobes to one wall.
Double glazed leaded window to the rear of the property. The bathroom comprises of a 4-piece suite to incorporate a standalone bath, corner Mira shower cubicle, sink and WC. The bathroom is complimented by tiled flooring and elevations as well as a chrome heated towel rail.
BEDROOM: 10.2 X 10.0
Double glazed leaded window to the rear overlooking the garden and one radiator.
The garden needs to be viewed to be appreciated as it has many aspects to be enjoyed. It’s a very private and tranquil setting with ponds and other water features to be enjoyed as well as a beautiful sunny patio area.
The driveway is sandstone that leads to the sandstone Forge. The Forge has quarry tiled flooring and the original fire pit. The now garage is very spacious so can enable a car to be parked and suitable storage.
Internal inspection of this property is a must in order to fully appreciate the character and charm this property has to offer.
Cottage in Puddington Village
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Hawarden Bridge Station2.6 miles
- Capenhurst Station2.8 miles
- Shotton Station3.1 miles
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