Peel Crescent, Ashton, Chester
Property reference: CF907
- Delightful detached three bedroom bungalow
- Lovely village setting
- Mature and well cared for garden that enjoys the sun!
- Large lounge with gas fire
- White bathroom suite
- Gas central heating and PVC double glazing
- Ample off road parking and single garage
- Well presented
- Quite simply a must see property
- Energy Performance Rating D 66 (807 sqft)
- Ashton Hayes Primary School0.3 Miles
- Kelsall Primary School1.5 Miles
- Christleton High School4.4 Miles
- The Hammond School4.5 Miles
- Mouldsworth1.0 Miles
- Tarvin Londis Store1.7 Miles
- Christleton Hall4.6 Miles
- Pryors Hayes Golf Club2.0 Miles
- Okells Garden Centre2.6 Miles
- Delamere Forest2.6 Miles
- Delamere Forest2.6 Miles
A great example of a well-appointed and beautifully presented link detached bungalow, this one is all about moving in and not worrying about having to do any jobs! The well laid out interior is light and airy with main living areas to the front and bedrooms to the rear. The porch leads you into the large lounge, with two windows to the front and an attractive fireplace as the focal feature of the room. An inner hallway leads off the lounge and gives access to the kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom. The three bedrooms are all of a good size, with bedroom two having the advantage of French doors opening outward to the rear garden. The kitchen offers base units with space for white goods and even a small table if required, whilst the bathroom has been updated to include a four-piece suite with corner shower and built in airing cupboard. Outside you will find a driveway which leads to a single garage which cleverly has an additional set of double doors to the rear, meaning you can drive straight through. The rear garden is the gem here, having been planted around a manicured lawn on a larger than average plot with well stock borders, decked seating area and hardstanding for shed and green house. Benefiting from a South facing aspect you couldn’t ask for more!
About the Property
Ashton Hayes is a very popular village in the Chester district of Cheshire. It is located about eight miles away from Chester and six miles from Tarporley. The village is particularly picturesque and enjoys many amenities including community run village store and post office, children's nursery and well supported Parish Church. The village also has a playground, community rooms for hire and an active community. Ashton Hayes is aiming to become England's first carbon neutral village, has become famous for its efforts and has now established a community energy company. The village has its own highly regarded primary school and the area as a whole is renowned for excellent education establishments in both the state and private sector. Also worthy of mention is the Queen Elizabeth playing field and pavilion, recently opened with funding from the carbon neutral project and the national lottery. In the nearby village of Mouldsworth, further amenities are offered including Goshawk Public House and Mouldsworth Railway Station providing a direct link on the Chester to Manchester line. The area as a whole is ideal for the business traveller, city centre of Chester being reached within 15-20 minutes and Manchester city centre 45-50 minutes drive. Excellent links to North Wales and the wider motorway network are found close at hand via the A55, M6, M56 and M53. Manchester International and Liverpool John Lennon Airports are accessed within 45 minutes drive. In addition to Mouldsworth station mentioned above, there are railways stations at Helsby, Chester and Hartford
Oak entrance door with frosted and leaded inset windows with full height adjoining windows to the side. Exposed pitch pine floorboards. Cloaks hanging. Feature leaded and stained-glass window. Door leads into the lounge.
17' 1'' x 12' 6'' (5.2m x 3.8m)
Two large PVC windows to the front elevation. Living flame gas fire set within a Victorian surround, with inlaid tiling and pitch pine surround and matching mantle, granite hearth. Exposed pitch pine floorboards. Two radiators. TV aerial and power points. Coved ceiling. Ceiling light point. Internal door leading into the inner hall.
Exposed pitch pine floorboards continuing through to the bedrooms and bathroom. Access to loft with useful pull-down ladder. Power points. Internal doors leading to the bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
9' 6'' x 13' 9'' (2.9m x 4.2m)
Base units with oak work surfaces over, cut in drainer and Belfast sink with mixer tap. Tiled upstand with power points. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for American style fridge/freezer and Rangemaster cooker with extractor hood over. Tiled flooring. Ceiling light points. PVC window to the side elevation. PVC door with inset window leading to the side elevation.
10' 6'' x 12' 2'' (3.2m x 3.7m)
PVC window to the rear. Exposed pitch pine floorboards. Radiator. TV aerial and power points. Ceiling light point.
13' 1'' x 8' 10'' (4.0m x 2.7m)
PVC French doors open out to the rear garden. Exposed pitch pine floorboards. Radiator. TV aerial and power points. Ceiling light point.
11' 6'' x 7' 10'' (3.5m x 2.4m)
PVC window to the side elevation. Exposed pitch pine floorboards. Radiator. TV aerial and power points. Ceiling light point.
9' 10'' x 5' 3'' (3.0m x 1.6m)
A well-appointed suite offering a panelled bath with chrome fittings. Fully tiled shower cubicle with power shower and mixer shower attachment. Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Chrome heated towel rail. Exposed pitch pine floorboards. Part tiled walls. Ceiling light point. Frosted PVC window to the side elevation.
The property is approached to the front via a paved driveway providing ample off-road parking leading directly to the attached single garage with up and over door, additional doors to the rear and recently re-sealed roof. A secure gate to the side provides access to the rear garden. The fabulous rear garden has a large decked seating area capturing the sun throughout the day thanks to its South facing aspect. Leading off is a paved pathway and opening directly onto the large designated lawn which is complemented by well planted borders and fruit trees. Hardstanding for further seating, garden shed and greenhouse. External power points. Cold water supply. PVC soffits, fascias and guttering.
From Chester proceed out along the A51 Tarvin Road. At the Tarporley roundabout take the first exit in the direction of Manchester. Proceed for a short distance and take the left turn signposted Ashton Hayes and Mouldsworth. After approximately one mile you will enter the village of Ashton Hayes. Pass The Gables on the right hand side and take the next left into Peel Hall Lane. Proceed along Peel Hall Lane and take a right turn at the end, and then at the junction take a left onto Peel Crescent. The subject property will be found on the right hand side after a short distance.
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