Delphfields Road, with its green verges, is characterised by a wide variety of privately owned individual detached houses and bungalows and has long been regarded as one of the area's leading addresses due to its close proximity to Stockton Heath village and convenience for good schooling. ‘Delph House' is no exception and is, undoubtedly, one of Appleton's most distinctive homes being one of just three properties built originally for family occupation during the 1920s. The eminent nature of this attractive family home is a fine example of architectural expression within the interwar period, being built with an Arts and Crafts' influence where much use of teak, mahogany and maple strip flooring enhance the interior whilst external appearances present a timeless appeal.
‘Delph House' boasts many of its original features which clearly demonstrate this as a property of considerable charm and one of substantial quality. The home is set within a generous plot which extends to around 0.5 acre (0.2ha). The accommodation is arranged around a large reception hallway and includes a drawing room with French windows leading through to a conservatory, separate dining room, kitchen, morning room, cloakroom and W.C. Beyond, there is a useful range of ancillary rooms including a laundry, store and gardener's W.C. At first floor level there are four bedrooms, en-suite facility, house bathroom and a hobbies/loft room. The property is set back from the road behind a good depth of lawn; there is a long driveway providing off road parking facility and access to a large garage.
Available Now - unfurnished
6 months minimum term
Holding deposit - upon application, a holding deposit of £519.23 is payable.
Deposit - upon commencement of the tenancy, a deposit of £2596.15 is payable.
Council Tax Band - G (Warrington)
EPC Band - D
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