- OUTSTANDING RURAL LOCATION
- 4 BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED HOUSE
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 3.220 ACRES
- GOOD OUTBUILDINGS
- OUTSTANDING RURAL VIEWS
- RARE OPPORTUNITY
- NO ONGOING CHAIN
Calveley Primary Academy (1.4mi.)
Eaton Primary School (2.2mi.)
Bunbury Aldersey CofE Primary School (2.2mi.)
INTRODUCTION Wright Marshall estate agents are delighted to offer for sale the individual property known as Castle View. The property is located on Alpraham Green, a little known rural lane that is tranquil, private and where properties rarely become available to buy. The present owners have been in the property for 46 years and are now downsizing to a nearby village. The property is therefore available with no ongoing chain. The sale of Castle View represents to the buyer the very rare opportunity to acquire a delightful four bedroom semi detached residence of surprising size and excellent character set in truly beautiful gardens, grounds and paddocks extending in total to 3.22 acres or thereabouts. A viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate what a superb location Castle View enjoys.
Internally the accommodation offers attractive living space that is versatile and surprisingly spacious. The accommodation opens with an entrance vestibule which in turn leads to an entrance hall. The living room has a floor to ceiling Cheshire brick fireplace and open dog grate. On the opposite side of the house is the dining room which has a lovely front aspect window and has a further brick fireplace. At the rear of the house is the breakfast room and kitchen which are arranged in 'L' shaped format whilst there is also a very spacious rear hall together with a cloakroom and utility/boiler room.
At first floor level there are four bedrooms, three of which are doubles and one which is a smaller single. There is also a separate shower room. The house has been superbly maintained by the present clients over many years standing with a continual unrolling programme of works to keep the property in good order. It is envisaged that a future buyer will wish to update some domestic fittings and this is to be taken account of within the asking price. It should also be stressed that there is tremendous potential to extend the property subject to the necessary planning permissions being granted.
Castle View though is, as the name suggests, as much about the outside and the rural aspects as it is the house itself. The property has total grounds of 3.22 acres, wonderful rural views and a general sense of privacy and tranquillity that cannot be overstated. The outbuildings include a double garage and three section stable block. Due to the amount of land, the property would be ideal for those with an equestrian interest and it is rare to be able to buy such an amount of land in a wonderful location under £600,000 in this area of Cheshire.
Castle View is an exceptional one off rural property that is tranquil and private yet amazingly connected and central. An early viewing is strongly recommended.
LOCATION The village of Alpraham lies within 3 miles of the beautiful village of Tarporley, 14 miles from the historic City Centre of Chester and just 7 miles from the market town of Nantwich.
Tarporley is a picturesque village with a bustling High Street that offers a comprehensive range of facilities including pubs, cafes and restaurants, and numerous shops such as convenience stores, pharmacy, DIY, clothing boutiques and gift shops. Other facilities include a petrol station, health centre, cottage hospital, dentist surgeries, veterinary practice, community centre, three Churches and highly regarded primary and secondary schools.
A regular bus service is available from Alpraham that travels to Chester City centre in one direction and Crewe via Nantwich in the other. The village is located within the heart of Cheshire and surrounded by some of the most glorious countryside, with Delamere Forest 7 miles distant and the Beeston and Peckforton Hills within 4 miles.
Alpraham is conveniently situated just on the A51 which provides links to the M53, M56, M6, A556, and A500, allowing commuter access to a number of commercial destinations including Chester, Warrington, Liverpool, Manchester, Crewe, and the Potteries. Crewe railway station is situated within 12 miles and provides a service to London Euston in just over 1 hour 30 minutes.
ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 7' 8" x 3' 7" (2.34m x 1.09m) Door leading to the outside. Front and side aspect wooden framed double glazed windows. Framed opening through to the entrance hall.
ENTRANCE HALL 13' 2" x 5' 9" (4.01m x 1.75m) Staircase rising to first floor. Side aspect window. Double panel radiator. Doors to dining room, living room and kitchen/breakfast room.
LIVING ROOM 18' 5" x 12' 10" (5.61m x 3.91m) Front, rear and side aspect windows. Two double panel radiators. Five wall light points. Floor to ceiling Cheshire brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth housing open dog grate. Exposed beams. Glazed door through to the entrance hall.
DINING ROOM 14' 0" x 11' 7" (4.27m x 3.53m) Front aspect window. Double panel radiator. Exposed ceiling beams. Floor to ceiling brick fireplace with glass shelving to the right and display niche to the left. Front aspect window overlooking garden. Three wall light points and central adjustable pendant light. Double width serving hatch to kitchen. Door to entrance hall with Suffolk latch.
BREAKFAST ROOM 11' 11" x 9' 6" (3.63m x 2.9m) Quarry tiled floor. Single panel radiator. Exposed ceiling beams. Rear aspect window. Door leading to rear porch. Glazed door to the entrance hall. Rayburn Supreme solid fuel cooker integrated with central heating and hot water systems.
KITCHEN 16' 2" x 5' 10" (4.93m x 1.78m) Running open plan from the breakfast room . Fitted with a range of wall and floor cupboards together with sliding drawers and rolled edged preparation surfaces throughout. Rear aspect UPVC double glazed window. One and half bowl ceramic sink with drainer unit and chrome mixer tap. Tiled window sill. Integrated cooker and slimline dishwasher. Ceramic hob with extractor fan over. Tile surrounds to all preparation surfaces. Exposed timbers. Spotlights.
REAR HALL 14' 6" x 6' 7" (4.42m x 2.01m) An interesting area of the property with stable door leading to the outside, glazed door leading to the breakfast room/kitchen. Single glazed door leading to courtyard and two further doors leading to cloakroom and utility.
CLOAKROOM 8' 0" x 3' 7" (2.44m x 1.09m) Obscured glass window. Low level WC. Wash hand basin with tiled splashback.
UTILITY/BOILER ROOM 9' 2" x 3' 5" (2.79m x 1.04m) Doors to rear hall and garage.
GARAGE The garage is split into two sections, both of which are big enough to house a large car.
GARAGE - SECTION ONE 20' 3" x 8' 7" (6.17m x 2.62m) Electrically operated roller shutter door.
GARAGE - SECTION TWO 19' 10" x 9' 11" (6.05m x 3.02m) Electrically operated roller shutter door.
LANDING 12' 4" x 3' 2" (3.76m x 0.97m) Doors to four bedrooms and family bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE 14' 5" x 11' 4" (4.39m x 3.45m) Front and side aspect wooden framed windows with wonderful views. Double panel radiator. Velux skylight. Access to eaves storage. Double and single width fitted wardrobes. Door to the landing.
BEDROOM TWO 11' 3" x 9' 9" (3.43m x 2.97m) Triple width window enjoying fantastic views over the garden and open countryside. Floor to ceiling pine fitted wardrobes. Door to the landing. Single panel radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 11' 8" x 9' 5" (3.56m x 2.87m) Rear aspect window. Single panel radiator. Door to landing. Shelving across one wall.
BEDROOM FOUR 10' 3" x 5' 6" (3.12m x 1.68m) Front aspect window enjoying excellent views over the garden and adjoining countryside. Double panel radiator. Built in cupboard door to the landing.
SHOWER ROOM 10' 3" x 5' 5" (3.12m x 1.65m) Fitted with a suite comprising low level WC, vanitory unit with double width cupboard, large tiled area and Heritage wash hand basin. Fully tiled double width shower enclosure with Aqualisa shower unit. Double panel radiator. Cupboard. Velux skylight window. Extractor fan. Shaver socket point/light. Door to the landing.
EXTERNAL The property is approached via a timber five bar gate that secures a long and curved tarmacadam driveway that runs to the double garage and a wide parking and turning area.
The gardens to the front are south facing and are an absolute delight being predominantly laid to lawn but also being abundantly stocked with a delightful array of colourful flowering trees, shrubs and plants. To the right of the driveway a timber gate leads into the side paddock of the property and from that paddock there are two further gates giving access to the further land. There is a further delightful area of garden to the side which contains a bespoke fitted summerhouse which is a lovely area having tiled floor, windows, double width doors and electricity supply.
The paddocks are all in good order and have their boundaries clearly defined. Excellent far reaching views can be enjoyed to the rear. In total the gardens and grounds extend to approximately 3.220 acres.
There is also an area of hardstanding to the back of the house and to the side of one of the paddocks. This area has within it a stable block, parking place and oil tank. Beyond the stable block the land narrows down to a triangular shape which contains an 8' x 10' wheeled poultry house of traditional design, two walnut trees and an apple tree.
STABLE BLOCK - SECTION ONE 11' 7" x 9' 6" (3.53m x 2.9m)
STABLE BLOCK - SECTION TWO 12' 0" x 9' 7" (3.66m x 2.92m)
STABLE BLOCK - SECTION THREE 16' 2" x 11' 10" (4.93m x 3.61m)
SERVICES We understand that mains water, electricity, oil central heating and private drainage are connected.
RESERVATION OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS A reservation of future development rights will apply being triggered by the granting of planning permission for the construction of one or more independent dwellings. The reservation will not in any way apply to the house or outbuildings and full details will be available in the contract of sale.
VIEWING Viewing by appointment with the Agents Tarporley office
TENURE We believe the property is freehold tenure.
From our office in the centre of Tarporley take a left turn in the direction of Nantwich and proceed along the High Street passing the Swan Hotel on the right and the Texaco/Spar on the left hand side. Continue to the end of the village and upon reaching a 'T' junction take a left turn onto the A49. Proceed along and you will soon reach the Four Lane End traffic lights with the Red Fox Indian Restaurant on the right hand side. Proceed straight on in the direction of Nantwich on the A51. Proceed along the main A51 as the above going through the Four Lane End crossroads going through the middle of Alpraham and passing the Tollemarche Arms on the right hand side. Prepare to take a left turn onto Long Lane. Proceed along Long Lane passing the right turn to Calveley Hall Lane and as the Long Lane bends round to the right take a left turn onto Alpraham Green. Proceed for a short distance whereupon the property will be clearly identified on the right hand side.
FURTHER INFORMATION For a personal description of the property or with any questions relating to the information obtained in these particulars please speak to Jonathan Spencer at the selling agents' Tarporley office.
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