21st February 2020
Five romantic Chester properties to fall in love with
Love is in the air. Or, it will be once you set eyes on these five romantic properties in Chester and the surrounding areas.
We won’t blame you if you swoon…
For literary lovers
This gorgeous late Georgian home, nestled in the Cheshire countryside, has a mysterious tale of its very own.
Now a tastefully renovated four-bedroom house, back in the 1930s it was immortalised as the setting of Beatrice Tunstall’s novel The Shiny Night. One intriguing architectural detail are stone effigies of a squire, a sheriff and a judge — all of whom are key characters in Tunstall’s novel.
Literary history aside, it’s a beautifully kept country home, with oak floors and period features. The perfect spot for a cosy night in.
Beautiful barn conversion
You’re unlikely to find Heathcliff and Cathy in this lovingly converted barn in Bretton. What you will find is a beautifully designed home, boasting four spacious bedrooms rooms and delightful garden.
As any true romantic will tell you, it’s the little things that make a difference. That’s certainly true of this tasteful modern detached home in Upton.
It houses a large lounge and kitchen/diner, plus plenty of bedrooms. And just look at the thoughtful touch of a beautiful arched window in the master bedroom.
Walk through the front door of this Georgian townhouse in sought-after Boughton and you’ll discover a host of pleasant surprises — not least how spacious it is.
With six bedrooms, gorgeous traditional fire surrounds, secluded garden, and more charming touches than Mr. Darcy, this dapper townhouse needs to be seen to be believed.
For your eyes only
Is there anything more romantic than watching the sunset together? Well, perhaps watching it from the exquisite gardens of your very own 19th century home in the Cheshire countryside.
Every inch of this beautiful home near Malpas — from its oak front door to its tasteful exposed beams — will lift your heart.
To view any of these properties, speak to our team today. We wouldn’t be surprised if you fell in love…