Wavertree Road, Blacon, Chester £200,000
An extended and WELL-PRESENTED two (formerly three) bedroom post war dormer style detached house, with LARGER THAN AVERAGE REAR GARDEN and a FAVOURED RESIDENTIAL LOCATION to the north of Chester.
Situated in a highly regarded backwater location, this property has very well proportioned ground floor accommodation, and first floor accommodation that was previously configured as three bedrooms. The position is ideal for various local schools, as well as easy access to the historic Roman city of Chester. In addition to all of these features, the property also has the benefit of a larger than average lawned rear garden with useful store, a tarmacadam driveway, a slate shaled front garden, a gas fired combination central heating/hot water boiler, double glazed windows, connections to all mains services and the following accommodation which is described in detail below.
15'3" x 6'0" (4.65m x 1.83m)
With grain effect flooring, uPVC/double glazed front door, double radiator, electricity meter cupboard and louvre doored understairs storage cupboard.
15'4" x 11'5" (4.67m x 3.48m)
With basket weave pattern woodblock flooring, two double radiators, telephone point, television point, bow window aspect over the front garden and driveway, and double inner doors leading to the dining room.
13'9" x 9'1" (4.19m x 2.77m)
With grain effect flooring, radiator, inner doorway leading to the kitchen and further inner doorway leading to the double glazed conservatory.
13'9" x 10'10" (4.19m x 3.30m)
Of double glazed construction over a lower wall beneath a polycarbonate pitched roof, with two double radiators, tiled flooring, aspect over the rear garden and side external door leading to the rear flagged patio.
13'10" x 8'4" (4.22m x 2.54m)
With contemporary style grained range of wall units, floor cupboards and drawers with granite effect work surfaces, part-tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, fitted four ring gas hob with hood above and electric oven/grill beneath, rear external doorway, and points and space for a washing machine, refrigerator, freezer and slimline tumble dryer.
4'4" x 2'10" (1.32m x 0.86m)
With staircase leading from the ground floor entrance hall and doorways to the following first floor rooms.
17'11" x 12'2" (5.46m x 3.71m)
Formerly two bedrooms, with two radiators, television point and overstairs display plinth.
10'4" x 10'0" (3.15m x 3.05m)
With radiator, loft access hatch and boiler cupboard housing the gas fired condensing combination central heating/hot water boiler.
7'4" x 6'9" (2.24m x 2.06m)
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with side shower screen and fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, cabinet style wash hand basin with swan neck style mixer tap, bathroom cabinet beneath and adjacent dual flush WC, fan, part-tiled walls, grain effect flooring and heated chromium ladder style towel rail/radiator.
To the front of the property there is a slate shaled section with low frontal wall and adjacent tarmacadam driveway leading alongside the property to a pebbled section with an external gas meter cupboard, gateway leading to a further pebbled section and a flagged rear patio, which continues past the useful store to the larger than average and established rear garden, with a further flagged seating section accessed via a pebbled and curved pathway. The rear garden is laid principally to lawn with boundary fencing and shrubbery borders.
15'0" x 8'5" (4.57m x 2.57m)
With panelled ceiling.
From Chester, proceed out of the city in a northerly direction along the A540 Parkgate Road and proceed for a further distance, taking the left hand turning into Cheyney Road. Proceed down Cheyney Road, passing the University Chester on the right hand side and for a further distance through the traffic lights as Cheyney Road continues as Saughall Road. Proceed along Saughall Road and just after passing the old Blacon railway site, turn left into Western Avenue and then immediately right into Highfield Road. Proceed along Highfield Road for a further distance, almost to the end but taking the left hand turning into Wavertree Road. Follow Wavertree Road around to the left and for several hundred yards, after which the subject property will be observed in its position on the left hand side.