Stannage Lane, Churton, Chester, CH3
£750,000
Stannage Lane | House
2 2 4
Description

An exquisitely presented cottage style detached country house which has been altered, extended and much improved over the last few years to provide beautifully presented accommodation of Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, dual aspect Sitting Room with bi-fold doors opening out to the rear garden and having a feature Cheshire Brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove, Study and Dining Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Area that ticks all the important boxes of modern family living with aspects to the front and rear provided by the windows and bi-fold doors again opening out to the rear garden; to complete the ground floor a utility leads off. To the first floor, Principal Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Three further Bedrooms and Bathroom. The property has the benefit of a Detached Barn with provisions for an Annexe and a block paved driveway provides parking for several cars and leads to the Detached Garage. Thornfield is located in the much sought after semi-rural village of Churton and has attractive far reaching views to the front over open countryside towards the Clwydian Mountain Range and to the rear across further open countryside towards Beeston and Peckfort Castles. The house stands in over 2 acres of impressive well stocked lawned grounds and the gardens and is planted throughout with established trees, flowering plants, shrubbery and an Orchard.

EPC Rating C



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These particulars are believed to be correct and have been verified by or on behalf of the Vendor. However any interested party will satisfy themselves as to their accuracy and as to any other matter regarding the Property or its location or proximity to other features or facilities which is of specific importance to them. Distances and areas are only approximate and unless otherwise stated fixtures contents and fittings are not included in the sale. Prospective purchasers are always advised to commission a full inspection and structural survey of the Property before deciding to proceed with a purchase.

Cloakroom


Low-level wc and wash basin with tiled splash back. Chrome towel rail. Tiled floor. Ceiling light point. Extractor. Frosted pvc window to the front elevation.

Sitting Room
7.0m x 5.5m (22'10" x 18'2")

This fabulous reception room provides an abundance of natural daylight with pvc windows to the front and side elevations, having a window to either side of the Inglenook fireplace, plus double glazed oak bi-fold doors that open onto the rear garden. From all aspects there are views over both the gardens and open countryside, the rear particularly has views over Beeston and Peckforton Castles to the backdrop. Oak flooring. A wood burning stove is set in a recessed Cheshire Brick fireplace with inset reclaimed mantle and York stone hearth. Ample radiators. Power points. Television aerial point. Ceiling light points.

Study
3.5m x 2.3m (11'7" x 7'6")

This room has a pvc double glazed window to the rear elevation. Single panel radiator. Power points. Ceiling light point.

Dining Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Area
9.1m x 3.5m (29'9" x 11'5")

A fabulous both entertaining and practical room which provides oak base and wall mounted cabinets with granite work surface over base units with inset single stainless steel sink with cut-in drainer and mixer tap. Granite up-stand, power points and down-lighting to the work surface areas. Housing for American style fridge freezer. Rangemaster cooker with stainless steel splash back and canopy hood over. Dishwasher. Recessed chrome lighting. Pvc window to the front elevation. Opening through to the DINING AREA with pvc double glazed window to the side elevation. Central ceiling pendant. Double panelled radiator. Leading directly into the SITTING AREA with grey aluminium style pvc bi-fold doors that open onto the rear garden. Double panelled radiator. Power points. Television aerial point. Ceiling pendant. There is Porcelanosa tiled flooring throughout the three designated areas of the room which bounces daylight throughout the reception area. Leading off is an oak...

Utility
3.5m x 2.9m (11'5" x 9'7")

Fitted with oak base units with stainless steel bar handles. Single stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Tiled up-stands. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for dryer. Floor mounted Grant oil central heating boiler. Double panelled radiator. Porcelanosa tiled flooring continued through from the kitchen area. Pvc double glazed window to the side elevation. Panelled and glazed stable door leads onto the rear garden.

First Floor Landing


Pvc double glazed window to the front elevation which floods both the landing and stairwell with additional and attractive daylight. Large built-into eaves storage cupboards plus additional recessed airing cupboard. Wall lighting. Oak doors leads off into bedrooms and bathroom.

Principal Bedroom
5.4m x 4.1m (17'7" x 13'6")

This room has pvc double glazed window to the front elevation having elevated views over the open countryside and beyond the outline of the Clwydian mountain range. Double panelled radiator. Recessed area with built-in wardrobes. Stainless steel down-lighting. Power points. Television aerial point. Oak door leads into the en-suite shower room.

En-suite Shower Room


Suite of fully tiled corner shower cubicle with electric shower, low-level wc and pedestal wash basin with mosaic effect tiled splash backs. Wall mounted chrome towel rail. Tiled floor. Ceiling light point. Extractor. Conservation skylight.

Bedroom 2
4.1m x 3.6m (13'5" x 11'11")

Double glazed window with attractive outlook over the rear garden and farmland beyond. Single panel radiator. Power points. Into eaves storage. Television aerial point. Ceiling light points.

Bedroom 3
4.3m x 3.2m (14'3" x 10'4")

Pvc double glazed window to the front enjoying a pleasant aspect over open farmland and the Clwydian mountain range. Single panel radiator. Power points. Television aerial point. Ceiling light point.

Bedroom 4
4.3m x 2.6m (14'3" x 8'8")

Pvc double glazed window to the rear with attractive pleasant views over the garden and rolling farmland beyond and Beeston and Peckforton Castle can be observed. Single panel radiator. Power points. Into eaves storage. Ceiling light point.

Bathroom
3.4m x 2.7m (11'2" x 9')

A spacious bathroom with lavishly appointed suite of double ended curved bath with chrome fittings, walk-in fully tiled shower cubicle with power shower, wall mounted pedestal wash hand basin mounted into a designed tiled feature wall with courtesy mirror cupboard over and low-level wc with dual flush system mounted onto an open shelf area. Tiled floor. Wall mounted chrome towel rail. Recessed lighting. Frosted pvc window to the rear elevation.

Detached Barn


Of steel block and timber construction, the barn provides scope for an Annexe suitable for a variety of uses in terms of accommodation, i.e. a dependant relative or paying guest in the form of a holiday let or useful income stream from an assured short hold rental agreement.

Detached Garage
5.3m x 5.3m (17'4" x 17'4")

Detached timber two bay garage with double opening doors; the garage has power and lighting internally and the walls and ceiling are ply lined.

Outside


Thornfield is approached through a pillared entrance across a block paved driveway which provides ample vehicular parking/turning space to the side with a further brick set area that provides comfortable hard standing for several vehicles. Beyond the block set driveway is a loose stone drive which leads to the detached two bay garage. To the immediate rear of the house is an Indian stone paved patio providing ample space for outdoor eating/entertaining. There are attractive formal grounds laid predominantly to lawn. To the front there is a further area of lawned garden fringed with mature hedging. The garden areas contain established trees, flowering plants, shrubbery and an orchard. There is a larger timber summerhouse measuring approximately 4m (13'1) x 4m (13'1).

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