A substantial five bedroom, three bathroom 1970s detached house, with very attractive south east facing rear garden, double garage, study/home office, and a highly regarded village cul-de-sac location to the south of Chester.
Constructed in the 1970s by the highly regarded local property developer John Parry, this property is a fine example of a well-proportioned, family orientated detached house, which has excellent access to both local facilities as well as the wider north west road communications network via nearby junctions with the A483 expressway. The two main centres of Wrexham and the historic Roman city of Chester along with all of their attendant amenities, are also within comfortable travelling distance, as is the Chester Business Park, and Broughton Retail Park. The property itself has numerous appealing features including a front lawned garden, a driveway with multiple parking spaces, a double garage, a south east facing rear garden, double-glazed windows, an oil-fired central heating system powered by a Rayburn Range which provides heating, hot water, and cooking facilities, and there is also a connection to mains electricity, as well as mains water, and mains drainage, along with the following accommodation which is described in detail below.
- Entrance Porch
2.77m x 1.75m (9'1" x 5'9")
With composite main entrance door, tiled flooring, radiator, and inner doorway leading to the reception hall.
- Reception Hall
5.23m x 4.80m (17'2" x 15'9")
An impressive L-shaped space with timber flooring, covered radiator, ceiling downlighters, telephone point, additional covered radiator, and double-doored cloaks/storage cupboard.
- Ground Floor WC
2.03m x 0.90m (6'8" x 2'11")
With white suite having chromium fittings comprising cabinet style wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap, dual flush WC, lower tiled walls, ladder style towel rail/radiator, and timber flooring.
- Sitting Room
7.20m x 4.37m (23'7" x 14'4")
A very well-proportioned dual aspect main reception room with square bay window, ceiling downlighters, television point, two radiators, fireplace surround with stone hearth and wood-burning stove, and double-glazed double external rear doors overlooking and leading to the rear garden.
- Dining Room
4.85m x 3.60m (15'11" x 11'10")
With square bay window, radiator, wall lights, and aspect over the front garden.
- Study/Home Office
4.24m x 3.10m (13'11" x 10'2")
With timber flooring, radiator, television point, telephone point, and double-glazed sliding Georgian bar style patio windows overlooking and leading to the rear garden.
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
4.80m x 4.52m (15'9" x 14'10")
A very well-proportioned dual aspect general food preparation, dining, and day area, with extensive fitted range of wall units, display units, floor cupboards, and drawers, with granite effect work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring, aspect over the rear garden, concealed lighting, fitted four ring electric hob with stainless steel backplate and hood, ceiling downlighters, electric double oven/grill, oil-fired Rayburn Range serving the cooking, domestic hot water, and central heating requirements of the property, points and space for a refrigerator/freezer and dishwasher, and inner doorway leading to the utility room/rear porch.
- Utility Room/Rear/Side Porch
2.70m x 2.20m (8'10" x 7'3")
With external UPVC/double-glazed side door, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with chromium swan neck mixer tap, fitted range of storage units, work surfaces, tiled flooring, electricity meter/circuit breaker control panel cupboard, and points and space for a washing machine.
5.46m x 4.34m (17'11" x 14'3")
Another well-proportioned circulation space with hardwood detailed staircase leading from the ground floor reception hall, ceiling downlighters, loft access hatch, radiator, and extensive fitted range of built-in storage cupboards as well as a double-doored airing/linen cupboard housing the pre-lagged hot water cylinder.
- Bedroom One
4.85m x 3.63m (15'11" x 11'11")
With aspect over the rear garden, telephone point, radiator, wall lights, built-in wardrobes, storage cupboards, and drawers, and inner doorway leading to an ensuite shower room.
- Ensuite Shower Room
2.87m x 1.60m (9'5" x 5'3")
With coloured suite having chromium fittings comprising tiled shower cubicle with fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, wash hand basin, bidet, WC, backlit mirror, shaver point, part tiled walls, and ladder style towel rail/radiator.
- Bedroom Two/Guest Suite
4.32m x 3.78m (14'2" x 12'5")
With aspect over the rear garden, ceiling downlighters, loft access hatch, radiator, built-in wardrobes and storage cupboard, and inner doorway leading to an ensuite bathroom.
- Ensuite Bathroom
2.64m x 1.83m (8'8" x 6'0")
With white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with combination mixer tap/shower fitting, cabinet style wash hand basin with facing mirror, dual flush WC, shaver point, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, fan, and dual heated ladder style towel rail/radiator.
- Bedroom Three
4.37m x 3.12m (14'4" x 10'3")
With double radiator, built-in double-doored wardrobe/storage cupboard, and aspect over the rear garden.
- Bedroom Four
4.85m x 3.02m (15'11" x 9'11")
With radiator, built-in wardrobes/storage cupboards, and aspect over the front garden.
- Bedroom Five
2.62m x 2.36m (8'7" x 7'9")
With radiator, and ceiling downlighters.
- Family Bathroom
3.56m x 2.13m (11'8" x 7')
With coloured suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with combination mixer tap/shower fitting, tiled shower cubicle with fitted shower, wash hand basin with facing mirror and bathroom cabinets, WC, part tiled walls, and dual heated ladder style towel rail/radiator.
Working clockwise and from the front of the property, the house is approached via a very attractive lancet arched gateway which leads to the front lawned garden which has an Indian stone flagged pathway leading to the canopy porch. In the front garden there are also various plants and shrubs, as well as screen hedging. Proceeding clockwise around the house, this then leads to a driveway with multiple parking spaces, external cold water tap, external security lighting, and access to the double garage. A gateway leads from the driveway to the rear garden which is particular feature, being attractive, south east facing, and well-proportioned, with a main lawned area, adjacent flagged seating areas, numerous mature shrubs, plants, flowers, and evergreens, pebbled sections, external lighting, external cold water tap, a gated side storage area, decorative trellis work, a timber construction storage shed, and to the rear of the garage are sleeper timber style edged vegetable beds, a further pebbled section, a greenhouse, and an oil storage tank.
- Double Garage
4.98m x 4.90m (16'4" x 16'1")
With remote-controlled vehicular entrance door, roof storage space, power points, and lighting.
From Chester, proceed out of the city over the Grosvenor Bridge to the Overleigh Roundabout, taking the first exit onto the Wrexham Road, and continue past the Nuffield Hospital, Kings School, and Chester Business Park, following signs for the A483 expressway. At the main roundabout, take the A483 expressway signposted for Wrexham, and continue for several miles taking the exit signposted for Burton, Gresford, and Rossett. Turn right at the first mini roundabout and proceed straight across at the next, then turning almost immediately right signposted for Burton. Continue around the hairpin bend through Burton village, and after a further distance, take the left hand turning into Rosemary Lane. Continue along Rosemary Lane for a short distance, turning left into Stonewalls, left again into the first cul-de-sac, and after a further short distance the subject property will be observed in its corner position on the right hand side.