*NO ONGOING CHAIN* A three storey, three bedroom Georgian style townhouse, with extremely useful patio garden/driveway, and an extremely sought after conservation area location within the City Walls.
Located within one of the most sought after cobbled street conservation areas of the city, this property is within walking distance of the wide range of amenities within the Roman city of Chester, at the same time being very convenient for the wider Chester, Cheshire and North West areas. In itself, it is a superb example of a Georgian townhouse, with the additional benefit of a parking space to the rear, sash 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.
1.37m x 1.22m (4'6" x 4'0")
With main front entrance door, electricity circuit breaker control panel/gas meter cupboard, and inner doorway leading to the ground floor reception hall/sitting room.
Ground Floor Reception Hall/Sitting Room
4.50m x 3.40m (14'9" x 11'2")
With grained flooring, shuttered sash windows, picture rails, double radiator, television point, tiled open fireplace, additional single radiator, and rear external doors leading to the patio garden/gated parking area.
Ground Floor Bedroom Three
3.35m x 2.51m (11' x 8'3")
With grained flooring and radiator.
Understairs Storage Cupboard
2.60m x 0.69m (8'6" x 2'3")
With grained flooring, fitted shelving and wall mounted boiler.
Ground Floor Utility Room/WC
2.57m x 1.80m (8'5" x 5'11")
With storage units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, bevelled tiled splashbacks, fan, radiator, grained flooring, woodblock effect work surface, points and space for washing machine, and inner doorway leading to a WC, with white suite and chromium fittings comprising wash hand basin with tile splashback, dual flush WC and grained flooring.
First Floor Landing
5.33m x 1.78m (17'6" x 5'10")
With grained flooring, double radiator, and doorways to the following first-floor rooms.
First Floor Drawing Room/Dining Room
5.36m x 4.50m (17'7" x 14'9")
With grained flooring, serving hatch from the kitchen, double and single radiators, television point, telephone point, shuttered sash windows, and cast fireplace surround with inset living flame gas fire.
First Floor Kitchen
3.38m x 2.51m (11'1" x 8'3")
With fitted range of cream gloss fronted wall units, floor cupboards and drawers with timber effect work surfaces, composite single drainer sink unit with swan neck style mixer tap, tile effect flooring, radiator, aspect at rear over King Charles Court, electric cooking range, serving hatch to the dining room, integrated dishwasher and integrated refrigerator/freezer.
Second Floor Landing
5.36m x 1.80m (17'7" x 5'11")
With staircase leading from the first-floor landing, loft access hatch and linen cupboard.
Second Floor Bedroom One
3.86m x 3.40m (12'8" x 11'2")
With double radiator, sash windows, and fitted range of furniture comprising extensive wardrobe/storage cupboard space to the width of one wall, additional storage units and bedside cabinet.
Second Floor Bedroom Two
3.35m x 2.50m (11' x 8'2")
With telephone point, sash window and double radiator.
Second Floor Bathroom
2.54m x 1.80m (8'4" x 5'11")
With period style white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with combination mixer tap/shower fitting, larger than average tiled shower cubicle with fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin with facing mirror, WC, fan, lower tiled walls, radiator, ceiling downlighters and tile effect flooring.
To the rear of the property there is an extremely useful patio style garden/gated parking area, with pedestrian and vehicular access from King Charles Court.
On foot King Street can be located at the northern end of Upper Northgate Street; whilst by road can be reached from the Fountains roundabout travelling in a southerly direction and then turning left into King Street itself, and after further short distance the property will be observed in the cobbled street section of this historic Chester area.