A 19th century four bedroom, two bathroom barn conversion, with east facing patio style garden, separate garage with potential home office above, and an undeniably sought-after conservation area location close to the heart of Christleton village.
Situated in the Christleton conservation area, the location of this property is a highly regarded one, being close to the various amenities within Christleton village itself, as well as Christleton primary and secondary schools and of course within easy reach of the historic Roman city of Chester. Excellent connections to the wider north west road communications network can be accessed via the A41 and the Boughton Heath Interchange. The property itself, which is a classic example of an 1800s barn, has been subsequently converted into a dwelling, and now has the advantages of family orientated accommodation, as well as a hard landscaped garden to the east, a useful single garage with parking to the front and a potential home office room above, and the main dwelling itself has double-glazed windows, a gas-fired central heating system, connections to all mains services, and the following accommodation which is described in detail below.
1.98m x 1.63m (6'6" x 5'4")
With radiator, coat hooks, ceiling downlighters, tile effect flooring, and inner doorways leading to the inner hall and downstairs cloakroom/WC.
Ground Floor Cloakroom/WC
1.50m x 0.69m (4'11" x 2'3")
With white suite having chromium fittings comprising wash hand basin, dual flush WC, tile effect flooring, coat hooks, shelving, and electricity meter/circuit breaker control panel cupboard.
5.33m x 1.90m (17'6" x 6'3")
With tile effect flooring, ceiling downlighters, exposed ceiling and wall timbers, radiator, and inner doorways and throughways leading to the sitting room, dining room, and kitchen.
5.84m x 4.98m (19'2" x 16'4")
A very well-proportioned main reception room with dual aspect windows, telephone point, television point, wall lights, three double radiators, coved ceilings, and picture window and side door overlooking and leading to the garden.
4.95m x 2.36m (16'3" x 7'9")
With double radiator, display recess, wall lights, exposed wall timber, and hatch leading to and from the kitchen.
2.90m x 2.57m (9'6" x 8'5")
With shaker style fitted range of wall units, floor cupboards, and drawers, with woodblock effect work surfaces, stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with chromium monobloc mixer tap, additional filtered hot and cold water supply, ceiling downlighters, tile effect flooring, fitted five ring gas hob with hood above, separate integrated microwave oven and electric oven/grill, integrated refrigerator/freezer, integrated washing machine, integrated dishwasher, and wall/cupboard mounted gas-fired central heating boiler.
8.46m x 1.90m (27'9" x 6'3")
Another well-proportioned space with staircase leading from the ground floor inner hall, study area, skylight windows, ceiling downlighters, and double-doored airing cupboard housing an insulated hot water cylinder.
5.16m x 3.00m (16'11" x 9'10")
With double radiator, telephone point, recessed east facing display style window, and inner doorway leading to an ensuite shower room.
Ensuite Shower Room
1.75m x 1.70m (5'9" x 5'7")
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising tiled corner shower cubicle with fitted twin head thermostatically controlled shower unit, corner wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap, hidden system dual flush WC, corner mirrored medicine cabinet, fan, ceiling downlighters, tiled walls, and ladder style towel rail/radiator.
4.37m x 2.46m (14'4" x 8'1")
With double radiator, skylight window, and sliding door-fronted wardrobe/storage cupboard.
3.33m x 3.10m (10'11" x 10'2")
With double radiator.
3.07m x 2.77m (10'1" x 9'1")
With double radiator and loft access hatch.
3.10m x 1.93m (10'2" x 6'4")
With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath, tiled shower cubicle with fitted twin head thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap, dual flush WC, mirrored medicine cabinet, shaver point, fan, skylight window, part tiled walls, and heated ladder style towel rail/radiator.
To the east of the property, there is an attractive hard landscaped patio style garden with set laid and sandstone seating area, as well as an additional decked seating area, sandstone rock restyle stocked borders, boundary wall and fencing, and a series of shrubs, plants, flowers, and mature evergreens and trees.To the front of the property there is an open porch with gas meter cupboard and cold water tap, and a gateway from the front of the property leading to the garden.
5.97m x 2.57m (19'7" x 8'5")
Second from the left hand side of the main house, the garage includes a parking space to the front, vehicular up and over entry door, lighting, power point, and staircase and doorway leading to a first floor room/potential home office.
First Floor Room/Potential Home Office
6.17m x 2.54m (20'3" x 8'4")
With lighting, Belfast enamelled sink, cold water tap, window, and power points.
The agents are informed by the vendors that the cobbled driveway leading to The Shieling and to the garage is partly owned by themselves, and is of course subject to vehicular and pedestrian rights-of-way and parking rights in favour of the adjacent properties.
From Chester proceed out of the city in an easterly direction along Boughton, taking the right hand lane at the gyratory system, bearing right and then left onto the Christleton Road. Continue along the Christleton Road until reaching the Boughton Heath Interchange. At the Boughton Heath Interchange, proceed straight ahead along the A41, then following the exit to the left for Christleton. Proceed over the canal bridge and into the centre of Christleton village, and then bear left along Little Heath Road. After a further short distance the cobbled driveway entrance to The Shieling and The Shieling itself will be observed on the left hand side.