The Nook, Broxton, CH3 9JL
A most attractive quintessential three bedroom Cheshire cottage with ample parking, a large attractive garden and outstanding far reaching views to the rear.
DESCRIPTION The Nook is an unique opportunity to acquire a beautiful three bedroom period cottage set within the Cheshire countryside enjoying far reaching views from the rear elevation. The house is positioned to fully take in the enviable vista whilst providing ample off-road parking, a substantial garden with individual seating spaces as well as the attractive cottage itself.
In addition to the main residential accommodation, there is the further benefit of a substantial two storey outbuilding which has the potential to be used in alternative ways either by incorporating it into the main house or indeed using if for separate accommodation or storage, all subject to the correct planning permissions.
The cottage itself opens with an entrance vestibule which opens up into both the sitting room and the living room as well as the stairs rising to the first floor. The sitting room is positioned to the front with an excellent bay window and an attractive fireplace as its focal point. The living room is a larger space again with a fireplace as its focal point but with both front and rear aspect windows and beautiful exposed sandstone and timbers. From here the accommodation opens up into the kitchen which in turn has double doors opening up into the conservatory allowing for an open plan feel between these two rooms. The kitchen provides space for a kitchen table and the conservatory allows further break out space. The conservatory has been excellently designed with a full roof allowing for year round use for the beautiful views to be enjoyed from the inside.
At first floor level the accommodation continues to impress with the master bedroom enjoying excellent rear aspect views with the benefit of an ensuite shower room, bedroom two and bedroom three being serviced by the family bathroom.
Externally the two storey outbuilding is of an impressive scale and is positioned close to the house so could easily be connected to the main house subject to the correct planning consent. The outbuilding is currently in a condition ideally suited for storage but is of a sufficient size that alternative uses are envisaged. There is ample parking space for at least three vehicles. The gardens wrap around the cottage providing large amounts of outdoor entertaining space and seating. Far reaching views can be enjoyed over adjoining countryside and out towards the Welsh hills in the distance.
LOCATION Broxton is a semi-rural hamlet that lies in a very popular part of South Cheshire. The nearby villages offer local amenities including a primary school, tennis courts, golf courses and restaurants. The surrounding countryside is noted for its rural beauty, some of the most picturesque scenery in the area together with close access to nearby Beeston and Peckforton Castles. The location is convenient for daily travel to neighbouring industry and commercial centres including Chester (11 miles), Nantwich (11 miles), Crewe (15 miles), Whitchurch (11 miles), Wrexham (12 miles), Manchester (50 miles), Liverpool (36 miles) and Warrington (32 miles). Malpas (6 miles), Tattenhall (4 miles) and Tarporley (9 miles) are nearby villages all of which provide superb day to day amenities including well regarded restaurants and pubs, boutique shops, doctors surgeries, dentist, opticians and schools. There are also a number of well renowned schools in the area including Kings and Queens schools in Chester, Abbey Gate at Saighton, the Grange School at Hartford and Bishop Heber High School in Malpas which has recently been rated outstanding by Ofsted. Crewe railway station can be located within 25 minutes drive and offers superb regular direct services to London that are ideal for the business and leisure traveller.
The property is also near to a number of pubs such as The Pheasant, Egerton Arms as well as being within close proximity to Carden Park Hotel and Spa which offers a variety of outdoor activities with the main focal point being its renowned golf course. Bolesworth Estate is also within 1.5 miles and hold regular events such as Car Fest and International Horse Shows.
All of these attractions make The Nook perfectly situated for individuals seeking both and outdoor and entertaining lifestyle.
ENTRANCE HALL 8' 8" x 3' 1" (2.64m x 0.94m) Front aspect timber obscured glass panelled door. Front aspect timber obscured glass leaded stained windows. Timber floor. Wall mounted light fitting. Door to sitting room and door to living room. Stairs rising to first floor.
SITTING ROOM 11' 7" x 10' 9" (3.53m x 3.28m) Front aspect timber framed double glazed window. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Exposed ceiling timbers. Double panel radiator. Fireplace with stone hearth, sandstone hearth and timber mantle housing woodburning stove.
LIVING ROOM 16' 11" x 12' 0" (5.16m x 3.66m) Front and rear aspect timber framed double glazed windows. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Exposed ceiling timbers. Sandstone fireplace with woodburning stove. Exposed sandstone wall. Double panel radiator. Timber flooring. Door to storage cupboard and door to the breakfast kitchen.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 14' 0" x 10' 6" (4.27m x 3.2m) Side aspect timber framed double glazed window. Rear aspect timber glass panelled double doors leading into the garden room. Fitted with a range of floor mounted units with single stainless steel sink with drainer unit and mixer tap. Space for dishwasher, washing machine, oven and tall fridge/freezer. Quarry tiled floor. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Exposed timbers to ceiling. Fitted storage. Stone step up into the garden room.
GARDEN ROOM 13' 3" x 13' 8" (4.04m x 4.17m) UPVC windows to sides and rear elevation and fully functioning vaulted roof. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Timber floor. Double doors opening onto garden. Double panel radiator. Single panel radiator. Exceptional views to be enjoyed over the garden and far reaching views to the rear.
LANDING 5' 5" x 2' 6" (1.65m x 0.76m) Ceiling mounted light fitting. Doors to three bedrooms and family bathroom.
MASTER BEDROOM 10' 9" x 14' 1" (3.28m x 4.29m) Maximum measurements. Rear aspect timber framed double glazed window. Double panel radiator. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Timber floor. Door to en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 6' 0" x 3' 8" (1.83m x 1.12m) Side aspect timber framed double glazed window. Low level WC with push button flush. Wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap. Fully tiled shower enclosure with electric shower fitting. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Extractor fan. Timber floor.
BEDROOM TWO 10' 10" x 11' 8" (3.3m x 3.56m) Front aspect timber framed double glazed window. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Single panel radiator. Fitted storage.
BEDROOM THREE 10' 11" x 10' 8" (3.33m x 3.25m) Front aspect timber framed double glazed window. Ceiling mounted light fitting. Timber floor. Fitted storage.
FAMILY BATHROOM 11' 9" x 5' 8" (3.58m x 1.73m) Rear aspect timber framed double glazed window. Low level WC with push button flush. Panelled bath with electric shower fitting. His and hers wash hand basin with mixer taps. Double panel radiator. Wall mounted light fittings. Timber floor.
EXTERNAL To the front of the property is a gravelled driveway with parking for up to five vehicles, this then leads through to the side and rear garden which has distinct sections attractively contained by the current vendors. The first section is a wild garden area with boundaries being defined by post and rail fencing and idyllic seating areas. The principal area of garden is predominantly laid to manicured lawn with patio flanking the rear of the property and providing seating spaces. In addition to this the boundaries have intentionally been kept at a low level to enjoy the enviable views towards the Welsh mountains. There is a beautiful sandstone framed pond with mature beds surrounding it allowing for a further attractive view through the garden.
OUTBUILDING 18' 4" x 11' 3" (5.59m x 3.43m) Power and light fittings. Steps up to first floor.
OPEN FRONTED LEAN-TO 4' 8" x 4' 7" (1.42m x 1.4m)
SERVICES We understand that mains water, electricity, oil and private drainage are connected.
VIEWING Viewing by appointment with the Agents Tarporley office.
TENURE We believe the property is freehold tenure.
ROUTE From the Agents' Tarporley office, continue along the High Street in the direction of Nantwich. Continue until reaching the traffic lights, take a left hand turn on to the A49. Continue until reaching the Red Fox traffic lights taking a right hand turn in the direction of Beeston. Follow the road through Beeston, passing the Wild Boar Hotel on the left hand side, proceed through Spurstow until reaching Ridley. Take a right hand turn in the direction of Wrexham then take the next immediate right towards Wrexham. Follow the road for several miles through Ridley and Bulkeley, passing the Bickerton Poacher pub on the left hand side. Continue for a further couple of miles passing the Sandstone Pub on the left hand side and follow the road until reaching Old Coach Road on the right hand side. (Be sure not to turn left into Old Coach Road as this goes in the wrong direction). Take a right hand turn into Old Coach Road and follow this road for a short distance where the property will be found on the left hand side clearly marked by a Wright Marshall for sale board.
- Incredible Views
- Three Bedrooms
- Ample Parking
- Attractive Garden
- Enviable Location
- Viewing Essential