We have pleasure in offering for sale this Edwardian-style red brick residence designated of townscape merit, having a distinctive steeply built pitched slate roof with white painted quoins. The property was built in 1917 and from this time several features still remain including a black and white Minton tiled floor to the entrance hall and an original bell system with several bell pushes throughout the property. With gas central heating including thermostatic valves on all radiators, the family accommodation is in excellent decorative order and comprises: Feature entrance hall, dining room, breakfast kitchen with walk-in pantry, shower room and lounge with bay window overlooking the private gardens. At first floor level there are four bedrooms and bathroom. Outside, there is a driveway to the front of the property, providing superb off-road parking for several vehicles. Your attention is especially drawn to the rear gardens which are of an excellent size and provide a high degree of seclusion and maturity.
The property commands a fine position in the heart of the village conservation area within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Hartford is renowned for its outstanding educational facilities including the highly reputable Grange Private Schools, Hartford High, two junior schools, Roman Catholic Schools, and a day nursery. Also within walking distance are a bowls and tennis club, cricket club and children's playing field. The area will be of considerable appeal to the business traveller as the A556 is less than a minute's drive and connects to the motorway network from where many major commercial centres can be accessed on a daily travelling basis, eg Manchester, Manchester International Airport, Chester, Warrington and Liverpool. There are two nearby railway stations, one in Hartford (West Coast Intercity line Liverpool-Crewe-London) and Greenbank (Manchester to Chester line). The attractive market town of Northwich is approximately five minutes' drive and provides a wide range of shopping facilities including many national chain stores, Waitrose supermarket with picturesque marina and retail park.
For SatNav use the post code is CW8 1NP. On entering School Lane from Chester Road the property will be found immediately on the left hand side.
Tiled floor. Original bell push.
An impressive introduction to the house. Original front entrance door with leaded stained glass panel. Matching leaded stained glass panel surround. Original black and white tiled floor. Staircase with spindled balustrade rising to first floor. Original arch with mouldings. Double radiator. Picture rail. Coved ceiling. Telephone point. Seating area.
16'2" x 11'7" into bay
Traditional decorative fireplace with tiled surround and hearth. Bay window with leaded lights to front elevation. Double radiator. Picture rail. Coved ceiling. Original bell push.
10'3" x 10'3"
Stainless steel sink unit. Range of base units with working surfaces and tiled splash backs. Matching wall cupboard space. Potterton Precision gas central heating boiler. Two original sash windows to side elevation. Chimney breast with tiled recess and built-in cupboard space. Double radiator. Picture rail. Useful walk-in pantry with original sash window to side elevation. Original bell system indicator board. Plumbing for dishwasher.
15'9" x 12'5"
A lovely room with bay window with leaded lights overlooking private rear gardens. Dimplex log burner style electric fire set into a tiled recess. Double radiator. Television point. Picture rail. Coved ceiling. Original bell push.
Tiled floor. External door. Access to:
8'4" x 7'6"
Tiled shower area fitted with Mira 88 shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Tiled floor. Double radiator. Shelving. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Expelair extractor fan. Shaver point. Original sash window to side elevation.
16'9" x 16'0"
Decorative cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth. Bay window with leaded lights to front elevation. Additional window with leaded lights to front elevation. Two double radiators. Picture rail. Coved ceiling. Original bell push. Wall light. Television point.
12'5" x 12'5"
Traditional decorative cast iron fireplace. Double radiator. Double glazed window overlooking rear gardens. Picture rail. Coved ceiling. Original bell push.
11'3" x 8'8"
Original sash window to side elevation. Single radiator. Traditional decorative cast iron fireplace. Picture rail.
10'4" x 9'2"
Single radiator. Original sash window to rear elevation. Picture rail.
10'5" x 6'4"
Furnished in a white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Single radiator. Part-tiled walls. Original sash window to side elevation. Original bell push. Built-in cylinder and airing cupboard with shelved linen space. Shaver point. Access to roof space.
Long driveway with turning space providing excellent off-road parking.
Good-sized lawned front garden, well screened from roadside by holly hedge above sandstone wall, and mature trees. Wide border along one side of driveway stocked with a variety of plants, shrubs and mature trees. Two original sandstone pillars to front boundary. Access along one side of property leading to rear gardens.
To one side of the house is an open covered porch with courtesy light. Access to garden stores with outside tap.
Your attention is drawn to the delightful, fully enclosed rear gardens which offer a high degree of privacy and maturity. Borders stocked with a variety of plants and shrubs. Pathways. Good-sized lawn and several fruit trees. To the rear of the garden is a patio/hard standing area with pedestrian rear access gate.
All main services are connected.
We are advised Freehold and free from chief rent but this detail has not been confirmed from the Title Deeds.
We must advise prospective purchasers that none of the fittings or services have been tested. Prospective purchasers are advised to obtain their own independent reports.
Energy Efficiency Rating - Band D
By appointment with the Agent's Northwich office.
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