Newton Lane, Newton, Chester £365,000
An EXTENSIVE 1920s four bedroom semi-detached house with LARGER THAN AVERAGE REAR GARDEN, useful GARAGE/WORKSHOP, a degree of future POTENTIAL and an EXTREMELY SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION to the north of Chester.
A classic example of a larger than average inter-war semi-detached house style, this property has the inherent potential of modernisation, as well as being situated in an area near to some highly regarded primary schools, various shopping facilities and the Bache Railway Station, as well as having easy access to the historic Roman city of Chester. The property also has the benefit of a pebbled driveway to the front and side, a larger than average garage/workshop, a rear lawned, decked and flagged garden with summerhouse and timber construction storage building, some woodblock flooring to the internal accommodation, original internal doors, 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.
13'6" x 6'2" max (4.11m x 1.88m max)
With solid woodblock flooring, radiator, picture rails and inner doorways leading to the following ground floor rooms.
L-SHAPED GROUND FLOOR WC/CLOAKROOM
7'2" x 4'11" max (2.18m x 1.50m max)
With white suite having chromium fittings comprising wash hand basin with tiled splashback, WC, radiator and part solid woodblock flooring.
13'7" x 12'8" (4.14m x 3.86m)
A well-proportioned reception room with double radiator, picture rails, television point and fireplace surround with inset remote control living flame gas fire.
14'10" x 11'1" (4.52m x 3.38m)
With solid woodblock flooring, double radiator, picture rails and wall mounted living flame gas fire.
16'9" x 8'11" max (5.11m x 2.72m max)
With built-in range of wall units, floor cupboards, display shelving and drawers with timber effect work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, stainless steel 1½ bowl single drainer sink unit with chromium mixer tap, part solid woodblock flooring, double radiator, wall mounted central heating/hot water control timer, shelved pantry cupboard housing the electricity meter, double glazed double external rear doors, and points and space for an electric cooker, washing machine, dishwasher and refrigerator.
12'9" x 6'1" max (3.89m x 1.85m max)
With feature uPVC/double glazed windows with stained glass and leaded window features, staircase leading from the ground floor entrance hall, access to the loft space and doorways to the following first floor rooms.
14'3" x 12'8" (4.34m x 3.86m)
With radiator, television point and picture rails.
11'8" x 11'0" (3.56m x 3.35m)
With double radiator, picture rails, television point and built-in double wardrobe/storage cupboard.
10'4" x 7'11" (3.15m x 2.41m)
With radiator, picture rails and aspect over the rear garden.
8'7" x 7'1" (2.62m x 2.16m)
With radiator, telephone point, picture rails and aspect over the rear garden.
7'0" x 6'10" (2.13m x 2.08m)
With coloured suite having chromium/gold effect fittings comprising panelled jacuzzi bath with side shower screen and thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin, WC, mirrored medicine cabinet, double radiator, towel rail, part tiled walls, fan, wall mounted mirror, wall mounted electric light/shaver point and built-in linen cupboard.
To the front of the property there is a well stocked rockery style shrubbery border with screen boundary hedging and a pebbled driveway with multiple parking spaces to the front and side of the house. The driveway leads alongside the house to the garage and via a gateway to the rear garden, which is a particular feature, being attractive, established, larger than average and laid to a principal lawned area with extensive flagged seating section, external lighting, an integral externally accessed boiler house (housing the gas fired combination central heating/hot water boiler), a timber construction storage shed, a timber construction summerhouse (situated on an additional decked seating area to the rear of the garden), sleeper edged shrubbery beds, pebbled sections, boundary fencing and mature deciduous and evergreens.
23'1" x 8'8" (7.04m x 2.64m)
A particularly useful building with double vehicular entrance doors, roof storage space, power points, lighting, workshop section and a side doorway leading to the garden.
From Chester, proceed out of the city in a northerly direction along Liverpool Road, turning right at the mini roundabout adjacent to Total Fitness, onto Brook Lane. Continue along Brook Lane, over the railway bridge and for a further distance to the T-junction with Newton Lane. At this T-junction, turn right, after which the subject property will be observed almost immediately in its position on the left hand side.