A bespoke constructed character style four bedroom three bathroom post-millennium detached house, with stunning kitchen/dining/sitting room, superb south facing rear garden, numerous high specification features, and a highly regarded rural location to the south east of Chester.
One of eight properties surrounded by farmland, yet within easy reach of Chester, this property was masterminded by the present owners in the period between 2007 and 2009, and offers flexible family orientated accommodation which is also within easy reach of the Huntington Community Primary School, the historic Roman city of Chester with all of its attendant amenities and facilities, delightful rural walks, and the wider north west road communications network via the nearby Boughton Heath interchange. The front section of the property has the additional benefit of wheelchair friendly doors combined with the fact that the ground floor fourth bedroom/study/home office, ground floor bedroom three, and ground floor shower room, could be used as a ground floor living area in its own right. The numerous additional features of this impressive property include a pebbled and paved driveway, a front lawned garden, a single garage, a solar hot water heating system, oak internal doors, a pressurised hot water system, a circuit breaker controlled electrical system, some oak flooring, superb aluminium/timber composite double-glazed windows, a gas-fired central heating system, linked to an underfloor heating network to the ground floor with wet radiators to the first floor, and a private drainage treatment plant which was installed in September 2021. The property also has connections to mains electricity, mains gas, and mains water, as well as the following superb accommodation which is described in detail below.
3.50m x 1.57m (11'6" x 5'2")
With oak flooring, electronic alarm control panel, and inner doorways leading to the ground floor third bedroom, ground floor fourth bedroom/home office, ground floor shower room and the sitting/dining room/kitchen.
Ground Floor Third Bedroom
3.66m x 3.28m (12'0" x 10'9")
With oak flooring, aspect over the driveway and front garden, underfloor heating control, built-in contemporary style fitted wardrobes, and doorway leading to an airing/linen cupboard with slatted shelving and a high capacity pressurised hot water cylinder.
Ground Floor Fourth Bedroom/Study/Home Office
3.94m x 3.38m (12'11" x 11'1")
A delightful room with part vaulted ceiling, aspect over the front garden, oak flooring, telephone point, ceiling downlighters, built-in speakers, and very attractive arched window to the front elevation.
Ground Floor Shower Room
1.90m x 1.88m (6'3" x 6'2")
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising quadrant style corner shower cubicle with fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap and facing backlit mirror, dual flush WC, tiled walls, tiled flooring, ceiling downlighters, fan, and heated chromium ladder style towel rail/radiator.
6.88m x 5.38m (22'7" x 17'8")
A very well proportioned main reception room flowing into the dining room and kitchen, and providing a total floor area of all these sections of almost 700 ft². The sitting room also has oak flooring, dimmable ceiling downlighters, a useful under stairs storage cupboard, an exposed brick fireplace recess with high quality Clearview wood-burning stove, double bifold doors overlooking and leading to the rear garden, television point, impressive oak and glass staircase leading to the first floor accommodation and wide-open throughway leading to the kitchen/dining room.
9.78m x 3.63m (32'1" x 11'11")
Another superbly proportioned reception area with oak flooring, double bifold doors/windows overlooking and leading to the external patio area and rear garden, vaulted ceiling section with skylight windows, ceiling downlighters, contemporary style fitted range of extensive wall units, floor cupboards, and drawers, with polished quartz work surfaces, tile splashbacks, concealed lighting, island unit with inset one and a half bowl sink unit and side drainer, monobloc mixer tap, breakfast bar section, wine rack, telephone point, fitted five ring gas hob with hood above, integrated dishwasher, retractable pantry units, integrated microwave oven, integrated plate warmer, integrated electric double oven/grill, integrated refrigerator and freezer, and inner doorway leading to the utility room/side porch.
Utility Room/Side Porch
3.25m x 1.57m (10'8" x 5'2")
With contemporary style fitted range of storage units, granite effect work surfaces, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, electricity circuit breaker control panels, wall-struck cupboard-mounted gas-fired condensing central heating boiler, underfloor heating distribution cupboard, side external door, and points and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
1.98m x 1.04m (6'6" x 3'5")
Approached via a stunning handcrafted oak and glass staircase with curved half landing section, side lighting, specialist treads and skylight window, the landing has access to the following impressive first floor accommodation.
5.28m x 4.78m (17'4" x 15'8")
A stunning room with magnificent rural views over the garden and farmland to the south west. This room also has oak flooring, two radiators, a television point, fitted bedroom furniture comprising wardrobes, storage units, bedside cabinets, and a dressing table, there is also a magnificent arched window with Juliet balcony taking full advantage of the farmland aspect. An inner doorway leads from the master bedroom to an ensuite bathroom.
3.28m x 2.62m (10'9" x 8'7")
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising tile edged bath with inset shower fitment, wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap, dual flush WC, tiled walls, wall-mounted mirrors, double doored recess storage unit, double-glazed skylight window, ceiling downlighters, and heated chromium ladder style towel rail/radiator.
5.26m x 3.28m (17'3" x 10'9")
With oak flooring, eaves access, built-in wardrobes, matching bedside cabinets, radiator, vaulted ceiling, and a further superb arched window providing delightful views over farmland to the north east.
2.26m x 1.98m (7'5" x 6'6")
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with folding side shower screen and fitted thermostatically controlled drench style showerhead, wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap and facing mirrored medicine cabinet with upper lighting, dual flush WC, tiled walls, tiled flooring, fan, ceiling downlighters, and double-glazed Velux skylight window.
The grounds to the property are a particular feature, being especially attractive and well-tended, larger than average, and approached from Chester Lane via a paviour laid driveway which leads to a main pebbled parking area and then to the garage. To the front of the property there is also a lawned garden with brick edged and curved surround, sleeper edged flowerbed, additional well-stocked shrubbery, plant, and flower borders, boundary fencing and hedging, an Indian sandstone approach via a canopy porch, and gentle pitch ramp to the main front door. There is also external lighting, and a gated pathway leading alongside the property to the rear garden. The rear garden is without doubt the piece de resistance of the property, being south west facing and beautifully prepared and presented with a main lawned section, extensive Indian sandstone seating area, pebbled areas, very well-stocked shrubbery and flower borders with a wealth of plants, shrubs, flowers, and deciduous and evergreen trees, established boundary hedging, a vegetable garden, a greenhouse and timber construction storage shed, external lighting, a trellis work canopy style walkway, a log store, external cold water tap, rear access to the garage, and magnificent aspects over the farmland to the rear.
6.73m x 3.07m (22'1" x 10'1")
An extremely useful space with remote-controlled roller shutter vehicular entrance door, power points, lighting, cold water tap, roof void access space, and rear door leading to the rear garden.
From Chester proceed out of the city along Boughton, taking the right hand lane at the gyratory system, and then bearing right and back in the direction of Chester but turning almost immediately left onto the B5130. Continue along the B5130/Sandy Lane past the River Dee and slipway, and for a further distance through Huntington. Just after The Rake and Pikel public house, take the first exit off the mini roundabout adjacent to the Huntington Community Primary School, and follow signs for Saighton. Proceed past Highlander Road and the Co-op for a further distance, after which the eight houses and the subject property itself will be observed on the right hand side.