Stringers Lane, Rossett, Wrexham
Offers Over £300,000
Property reference: CF703
- Stunning rural location with plenty of local walks
- Beautiful courtyard setting with central water feature
- Three bedrooms
- Bathoom plus ensuite shower room
- Lovely features you would expect in a barn converstion
- Underfloor heating to the ground floor and bedrooms
- Garage and parking space
- Landscaped rear garden
- Must view property
- Energy Performance Rating E 42 (1001 sqft)
- St. Johns the Baptist School3.2 Miles
- Saltney Ferry CP School3.9 Miles
- Darland High School2.1 Miles
- Ysgol Bryn Alyn3.9 Miles
- Gwersyllt3.7 Miles
- Tegid Way3.9 Miles
- Salisbury Avenue4.3 Miles
- Outpost Paintball1.5 Miles
- Outpost Paintball1.5 Miles
- Gorstella Gallery2.0 Miles
- Bon Appetit Cafe2.5 Miles
Simply put, this development is nothing short of stunning! Completed in 2004 the tranquillity of this location is second to none, yet Chester and Wrexham are just 15 minutes’ drive in either direction. The development has managed to retain all the lovely barn features you look for in a conversion; exposed beams, deep recessed windows, use of natural materials like stone flooring and pitch pine, whilst benefitting from modern necessities like under flooring heating and a bespoke kitchen. The property is located within a beautiful courtyard setting that has the most amazing water feature running straight through the centre of it. The inside opens up with a dining hall with stone flooring and turned staircase rising to the first floor, while doors lead off into the lounge and kitchen. The lounge has a dual aspect, with French doors opening outwards to the rear garden and further windows to the front, and is completed with a focal feature fireplace. The dining kitchen comes with ample base and wall units with beech fronted doors and granite work tops over, providing an ideal preparation space. The room has space for a small table and benefits from French doors which give direct access to the rear garden. To the first floor you will find the family bathroom and three bedrooms all with vaulted ceilings; the master bedroom enjoying its own dressing area and fully tiled en suite bathroom. Outside the property benefits from a single garage and additional parking space, whilst the rear garden has been beautifully landscaped with an Indian stone patio seating area nestled within a private space surrounded by well stocked planted borders.
About the Property
There are excellent nearby facilities including the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel with its health club and spa. Furthermore, there is good schooling available at nursery and primary level, in addition to a short travelling distance to King's and Queen's independent schools and Chester city centre. Rossett is also blessed with extensive day-to-day facilities in the village itself including two village shops, good public houses and restaurants as well as a beautiful historic church and former mill. Easy access is enjoyed to the Chester Business Park and Wrexham, with the A55 southerly by pass within 5-10 minutes travelling distance.
12' 10'' x 8' 2'' (3.9m x 2.5m)
Panelled and glazed entrance door with adjoining double-glazed window. Stone flooring with underfloor heating, which is a feature throughout the ground floor accommodation. Pitch-pine spindled turned staircase rises to the first floor, with useful under-stairs storage. Telephone and power points. Recessed spotlights. Pitch-pine architrave and matching internal doors with wrought ironmongery lead into the lounge and dining kitchen.
15' 1'' x 9' 10'' (4.6m x 3.0m)
Fitted with a U-shaped arrangement of beech base and wall mounted cabinets, incorporating drawers and cupboards with mottled knob handles. The granite work-surface has matching upstands and houses a one and half bowl stainless-steel sink with cut-in drainer and mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks to the work-surface area with inset power points. Integral appliances include an electric oven/grill, gas hob with extractor hood over, integral dishwasher, fridge-freezer and washing machine. A low-level cupboard houses the LPG boiler. Tiled flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed spotlights. There is a double-glazed window to the rear elevation, whilst double-glazed French doors open out onto the enclosed landscaped rear garden.
11' 6'' x 18' 8'' (3.5m x 5.7m)
A dual aspect room offering double-glazed windows to both the inner communal courtyard and the rear garden, with additional double-glazed French doors which open out onto the rear garden. A focal point of the room is the Living Flame gas fire, set on a slate hearth with a slate backdrop and feature wooden surround. Solid oak flooring with underfloor heating and matching oak upstand skirting. Built-in bookcase. TV, Sky, telephone and power points. Recessed spotlights.
Part vaulted ceiling with Velux roof window and attractive exposed A-frame. Hatch providing access to small loft space. Power points. Recessed spotlights. Internal doors lead into the bedrooms and bathroom.
11' 6'' x 12' 6'' (3.5m x 3.8m)
Double-glazed window to the rear elevation. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beam and inset Velux roof window. Hatch providing access to large boarded loft space with useful retractable ladder. TV aerial, telephone and power points. Underfloor heating. Recessed spotlights. Internal door leads into the en suite.
Fitted with an inlaid tiled bath with chrome fittings, power shower over and glass shower screen. Low level WC. Pedestal washbasin. Majority tiled walls and tiled flooring. Extractor fan. Electric heated towel rail. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beam and recessed spotlights. Doorway leads into the dressing area.
Fitted shelving and hanging space. Power point. Recessed spotlights. Frosted double-glazed window to the front elevation.
12' 2'' x 8' 10'' (3.7m x 2.7m)
Double-glazed window to the front elevation. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beam and Velux roof window. Underfloor heating. Power points. Recessed spotlights.
8' 6'' x 6' 7'' (2.6m x 2.0m)
Double-glazed window to the rear elevation. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beam and Velux roof window. Underfloor heating. Telephone and power points. Recessed spotlights.
6' 7'' x 6' 7'' (2.0m x 2.0m)
Fitted with a white three-piece suite to include an inlaid tiled bath with chrome fittings, mixer shower attachment and glass shower screen. Low level WC. Pedestal washbasin. Fully tiled walls and tiled flooring. Extractor fan. Electric heated towel rail. Recessed spotlights.
The property is approached via an attractive and unique communal gravelled courtyard frontage, with a central slate water feature which runs through the courtyard and comes complete with its own bridge. There are herbaceous planted borders to the front of the property and a cobbled pathway which leads to the front door, with courtesy coach lighting. To the rear there is a beautiful landscaped garden, offering a low maintenance feel with a circular artificial lawned area with cobbled edging and an Indian stone patio seating area, with gravelled and cobbled pathways and planted borders. A pedestrian gate to the rear provides access for bins and the like, and the garden benefits from an outside cold-water supply, power and lighting. There is a communal parking and garage area where the property benefits from a single garage with up and over door, and parking. Visitor’s parking is also available.
• Water-fed underfloor heating throughout the accommodation. • Pitch-pine skirting and architrave throughout. • Pitch-pine internal doors with wrought ironmongery throughout. • Leasehold details - The property is of leasehold tenure having the benefit of a 999 year term dating from 28th September 2001. This lease being subject to a variable annual service charge/ground rent to cover items of communal expense and maintenance, currently set at £800 per annum (this figure to include the ground rent, water drainage, sewage, and a sinking fund payment). Of particular note and of a special benefit is the fact that the freehold title to Honkley Barns as a whole is vested within the Honkley Barns Management Company Ltd, a seventh shareholding in which will be passed to the eventual purchasers of The Granary upon completion.
From Chester, proceed out of the city over the Grosvenor bridge to the Overleigh roundabout, taking the third exit onto Lache Lane. Continue along Lache Lane and out into open countryside for several miles, following signs for Kinnerton and Dodleston, passing the left hand turning for Dodleston and continuing through Balderton and Gorstella. Proceed through Lower Kinnerton and into Higher Kinnerton, taking the left hand turning into Sandy Lane and then left again into The Green which, after some distance, continues as Stringers Lane where Honkley Barns will be observed on the right hand side
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