Beaconsfield Street, Boughton, Chester
Offers in Excess of £200,000
Property reference: CF1255
- Located just a stone's throw from the city centre
- Traditional terraced home
- Open plan lounge/dining room
- Good sized kitchen
- Three double bedrooms
- Family bathroom fitted with a white suite
- Character features
- Permit parking available (subject to an appliaction)
- Rear courtyard garden
- Energy Performance Rating F 37 (1022 sqft)
- St Werburgh’s and St Columba’s Catholic Primary School0.4 Miles
- Cherry Grove Primary School0.6 Miles
- Queen’s Park High School0.6 Miles
- Dee Banks School0.8 Miles
- Chester Foregate Street0.2 Miles
- Chester0.3 Miles
- Chester Bus Interchange0.4 Miles
- Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre0.2 Miles
- Chester Kayak Hire0.2 Miles
- Chester Roman Gardens0.4 Miles
- Hickory’s Smokehouse0.5 Miles
What an ideal location for anybody looking for a great sized property that is just a stone’s throw from Chester City Centre! Boughton itself has plenty of local amenities, whilst the City Centre and Chester Railway Station are both a short 5 minute walk away, so you really do get the best of both worlds with this home. The City Centre is renowned for its great park, river, racecourse and stunning cathedral, whilst there is also a large array of award-winning restaurants. This three bedroom end terraced home has been altered and now benefits from three double bedrooms, whilst boasting many original features that really do give this home that much sought after character. Internally you are greeted with the hallway which has statement high ceilings which continue throughout the property, and a staircase rising to the first floor. There is a lounge to the front which has a feature fireplace and is open through to the dining room; the ideal layout for modern living. The kitchen has been fitted with an arrangement of wall and base units plus a door leading out to the rear courtyard. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with a white three-piece suite. The loft has been cleverly converted to add the third double bedroom plus there is a large built- in wardrobe to provide ample storage. Externally there is a low maintenance courtyard garden and the potential for parking. Homes like this never hang around so be sure to be prompt when booking a viewing!
About the Property
Situated within a position of prime convenience, the extensive amenities available in Boughton are just a short walk away. Beaconsfield Street itself is extremely aesthetically pleasing to the eye, and a short 5 minute walk will lead you to plenty of leisure and retail facilities available in Chester City Centre, along with the main Railway Station. The property is positioned a short drive away from the major road network system connecting the commuter to the region's commercial centres. This sought after City offers a wealth of advantages. Chester is one of England's most interesting Cities, reflecting every age of our history. It has a Roman Amphitheatre, medieval half-timbered buildings, a Cathedral, a famous racecourse and tranquil riverside walks. For all that, Chester is also a dynamic modern centre - pleasant, compact and largely pedestrianised, with easy access to shops, markets, libraries, museums and sporting facilities. The nightlife is excellent too, with an extensive range of pubs, clubs, cinemas and restaurants.
3' 3'' x 14' 5'' (1.0m x 4.4m)
Wooden entrance door with inset windows. Staircase rises to the first floor. Radiator. Coved ceiling and ceiling light point. Internal door leads into the open plan lounge/diner.
Double-glazed window to the front elevation. Feature fireplace. Cupboard which houses the electric consumer unit. Radiator. TV aerial and power points. Coved ceiling and ceiling light point.
Double-glazed French doors open out onto the rear courtyard. Built-in under-stairs cupboard with shelving. Radiator. Power points. Coved ceiling and ceiling light point. Internal door leads into the kitchen.
7' 3'' x 13' 1'' (2.2m x 4.0m)
The kitchen is fitted with a modern arrangement of wall and base units, incorporating drawers and cupboards. The work-surface houses a one and half bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks with inset power points. Integral appliances include a five-ring gas hob with extractor over and electric oven. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Space for larder style fridge-freezer. Extractor fan. Two ceiling light points. Two double-glazed windows to the side elevation. Wooden stable door leads out onto the rear courtyard.
Staircase rises to the second floor. Radiator. Ceiling light point. Internal doors lead into two of the bedrooms and bathroom.
12' 10'' x 11' 6'' (3.9m x 3.5m)
Two double-glazed sash style windows to the front elevation. Large built-in wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors provide hanging and shelving facilities. Radiator. Power points Picture rail and ceiling light point.
9' 2'' x 11' 10'' (2.8m x 3.6m)
Double-glazed sash style window to the rear elevation. Built-in cupboard houses the Gloworm gas combination boiler, with additional storage space. Radiator. Power points. Picture rail and ceiling light point.
6' 11'' x 7' 10'' (2.1m x 2.4m)
The bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite to include a panelled bath with mixer shower over and glass shower screen. Low level WC. Square pedestal washbasin with hot and cold taps. Two wall mounted storage cupboards. Tiled flooring and fully tiled walls. Radiator. Ceiling light point. Frosted double-glazed window to the rear elevation.
Into-eaves storage cupboard. Ceiling light point. Internal door leads into bedroom three.
14' 9'' x 9' 10'' (4.5m x 3.0m)
Velux roof window to the front elevation. Large built-in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors provide hanging and shelving facilities. Wall mounted electric heater. Power points. Ceiling light point.
The rear courtyard has a gravelled seating area and is fully enclosed with brick walls, incorporating a pedestrian gate to the rear providing access for bins and the like.
From the City Centre proceed out in an easterly direction through The Bars at Boughton. At the Bill Smith Motorbike showrooms follow the road around and go back on yourself along the A51 back into Chester. Beaconsfield Street will be seen after some distance on the left hand side.
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