The Crescent, Northwich

4 Bedroom House To Buy

£495,000
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To be sold for the first time in over 20 years, this is a Victorian period property built in 1836. Of considerable character with several original and interesting features throughout, the accommodation is arranged over three floors and there are also cellar areas that are ripe for conversion. With gas central heating, the family accommodation begins with an entrance hall having original patterned Minton tiled floor, living room with multi fuel stove and bay window, snug and dining kitchen. To the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and bathroom. The second floor offers bedroom four which is also a double room. It is possible to extend this floor further by using the spacious loft space subject to usual building regulations. Outside the property sits within a beautifully mature plot of 0.55 of an acre. Within the grounds, there is a garage, excellent off road parking, a range of outbuildings and large gardens stocked with mature plants and fruit trees.

The Crescent is a long established and aspirational address of individual period properties and enhanced recently with attractive grey cobbled pavements. The property arguably occupies one of the finest positions and plots adjoining the River Weaver and a pathway providing miles of scenic walks and cycle rides through the Cheshire countryside. Also part of this areas attraction is the close proximity to Northwich town centre which is currently undergoing a major regeneration scheme. The town offers a multiplex cinema, several restaurants, Waitrose supermarket with picturesque marina and a lifestyle centre with swimming pool and gymnasium. Of appeal to the business traveller will be the nearby A556 which connects to the motorway network and many major commercial centres throughout the North West e.g. Manchester, Manchester International Airport, Chester, Warrington and Liverpool. There are outstanding educational facilities in the area for all age groups and within walking distance is the highly rated Sir John Deane's Sixth Form College.

DIRECTIONS
For SatNav purposes the postcode is CW9 8AD. On entering The Crescent the property will be found on the right-hand and will be clearly marked by a Meller Braggins 'For Sale' sign.

ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE HALL
With turned staircase and spindle balustrade rising to first floor, original Minton tiled floor, front entrance door, original tall arch window to side, double radiator, original arch with mouldings, coved ceiling, the hall extends to an inner section with quarry tiled floor and access to dining kitchen and cellars.

LIVING ROOM
15'6" into bay by 13'3" maximum
Recessed fireplace fitted with Tiger multi-fuel stove and mantle above, adjoining pine cupboards with attractive glass fronted bookshelves, large original window to front elevation, tall arch window to side, revealed floorboards, double and single radiator, original coving, picture rail and ceiling rose.

SNUG
12'3" by 9'7"
A cosy room having original window to side, double radiator, picture rail, coving, feature cast iron fireplace with decorative tiled inset and hearth.

DINING KITCHEN
18'10" by 10'
With the unusually attractive feature of access to a well. Fitted with a range of cream base and drawer units, wood edged work surfaces with tile splash backs, tall larder storage units, work surfaces include one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer taps, integrated fridge/freezer, Smeg range cooker with extractor fan over and open display shelving at each side, double radiator, two double glazed windows to rear, double glazed external door, tiled floor with access to well, coving, recessed ceiling spotlights and additional built-in storage cupboard.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

MAIN CELLAR
15'2" maximum by 12'12" maximum
With gas/electric utility meters, power and light, window to side. Connecting door to:

WINE CELLAR
7' by 4'3"
With power and light.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
A split level landing gives access to three bedrooms and bathroom. Also with double radiator and staircase with spindle balustrade rising to second floor.

BEDROOM ONE
13'5" by 13'
A lovely bright room with cast iron decorative fireplace, double radiator, original window to front and tall arch window to side.

BEDROOM TWO
12'2" by 9'7"
Double radiator, original window to side, cast iron decorative fireplace, coving and built-in shelved storage cupboard.

BEDROOM THREE
13' by 10' maximum
Double radiator, two windows includes tall feature arch window, picture rail, coving, cupboard space also houses Ideal Logic gas central heating combination boiler.

BATHROOM
Furnished with panel bath fitted and Gainsborough Swift shower unit, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double radiator, obscure double glazed window to side, fully tiled walls and extractor fan.

SECOND FLOOR

LANDING
Gives access to bedroom four. Also with entrance to an excellent insulated loft space which has great potential to convert subject to the usual planning regulations.

BEDROOM FOUR
15'3" by 9'9" maximum
Two double glazed roof windows, double glazed arch window to side, revealed floorboards and eaves storage.

OUTSIDE
The house stands within a magnificent plot of 0.55 of an acre. On entrance, there is a long drive which leads to an area with garage having power and light plus parking for several vehicles. There is a range of brick built outbuildings with power and light and excellent potential to convert. There is a paved area in front with water point. The main garden consists of a lawn area with a pond and many mature trees including fruit trees comprising pear, three apple and quince. There is also a fruit cage stocked with gooseberry and raspberry bushes etc.. Alongside there is an allotment section with vegetable growing area. There is also an abundance of established plants and shrubs around the garden. To the front there is a brick built boundary wall with mature holly hedge and a garden arrangement with many plants and shrubs extends to one side. From the kitchen external door there is a raised patio area with a covered decking area which overlooks the grounds. There is an outside WC and steps down to the main garden.

SERVICES
All main services are connected.

NOTE
We must advise prospective purchasers that none of the services or fittings have been tested. Prospective purchasers are advised to obtain their own independent reports.

ASSESSMENTS
Council Tax Band - D

Energy Efficiency Rating- Band E

TENURE
We are advised Freehold and free from chief rent but this detail has not been confirmed from the Title Deeds.

TO VIEW
By appointment with the agent.

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