Farbailey Close, Westminster Park, Chester £365,000
A TASTEFULLY PRESENTED 1960s three bedroom detached bungalow with SUPERB CONSERVATORY, LARGER THAN AVERAGE SOUTH EAST FACING REAR GARDEN, and an extremely popular CUL-DE-SAC location approximately A MILE FROM THE CHESTER CITY CENTRE.
With bungalows being in generally short supply, this particular one is an especially good example, having a high standard of presentation, as well as additional features such as the conservatory and larger than average south east facing garden; as well as being within walking distance of the various shops within Wesminster Park itself and within easy reach of the historic Roman city of Chester. The bungalow also has the benefit of a useful driveway, a single garage, an electronic alarm system, double glazed windows, a gas fired combination central heating/hot water boiler, connections to all mains services and the following accommodation which is described in detail below.
8'0" x 4'7" (2.44m x 1.40m)
With uPVC/double glazed main entrance door and side window overlooking the driveway, tiled flooring, coat hooks and inner doorway leading to the entrance hall.
L-SHAPED ENTRANCE HALL
13'1" max x 8'11" max (3.99m max x 2.72m max)
With central heating thermostat control, electronic alarm control panel, radiator, smoke alarm, tallboy cupboard and double doored linen cupboard with shelving.
20'10" x 12'3" max (6.35m x 3.73m max)
A very well proportioned reception room with two radiators, television point, aspect over the rear garden, polished granite fireplace surround with inset living flame gas fire, inner doorway leading to the kitchen and double inner doors leading to the conservatory.
13'8" x 9'1" (4.17m x 2.77m)
Of double glazed construction over a lower wall beneath a polycarbonate pitched roof, with tiled flooring, two radiators, external double glazed doors and superb triple aspects over the rear garden.
11'5" x 8'5" (3.48m x 2.57m)
With tastefully refitted contemporary style grained range of wall units, floor cupboards and drawers with polished granite effect work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring, inner window to the entrance porch, stainless steel 1½ bowl single drainer sink unit with swan neck style mixer tap, radiator, fitted four ring gas hob with stainless steel hood above and electric double oven/grill beneath, telephone point, external rear door to the garden, and points and space for a refrigerator and freezer.
12'4" max x 10'5" (3.76m max x 3.18m)
With radiator, television point and four doored wardrobe/storage cupboard.
9'11" x 9'2" (3.02m x 2.79m)
With radiator, side garden aspect and four doored wardrobe/storage cupboard.
9'11" x 8'8" (3.02m x 2.64m)
8'8" x 5'4" (2.64m x 1.63m)
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with folding side shower screen and fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin, dual flush WC, part-tiled walls, tiled flooring, fan and two heated chromium ladder style towel rails/radiators.
To the front of the property there is a small section of lawn along with a herringbone pattern brick paved driveway with multiple parking spaces leading to the garage and the entrance door. A gateway leads alongside the garage to the rear garden. The rear garden is a particular feature, being larger than average, south east facing, established, attractive and laid principally to lawn with a pebbled seating area, flagged pathway, numerous mature shrubs, external lighting, an external cold water tap and boundary fencing.
16'11" x 7'9" (5.16m x 2.36m)
With vehicular up and over entry door, gas and electricity meters, electricity circuit breaker control panel, access to a roof void space, power point, lighting, wall mounted gas fired combination central heating/hot water boiler, and points and space for a washing machine.
From Chester, proceed out of the city over the Grosvenor Bridge to the Overleigh roundabout, taking the third exit onto Lache Lane. Continue along Lache Lane for a further distance, taking the left hand turning into Castle Croft Road and the next right hand turning into Lower Field Road. Then take the left hand turning into Farbailey Close and proceed for a further short distance, after which the subject property will be observed in its position on the left hand side.