This superb three storey end town house is located at Redrow's ever popular Regent's Grange development in Saighton, on the outskirts of Chester City.
This attractive development offers a newly built primary school and Co-op, all situated within a few minutes' drive of Chester City, some of the area's most popular schools including highly regarded Bishop's Blue Coat High School, other local amenities including pubs, restaurants and supermarkets, as well as the Caldy Valley Nature Reserve and the property is also well placed for access to the A55/M53/M56 Motorways, ensuring swift passage into North Wales, the Wirral, Liverpool and Manchester.DESCRIPTION
Offered unfurnished with some white goods, this immaculate property briefly comprises; entrance hall, with door opening to; downstairs WC
, having white suite including basin with mono-block mixer tap and low-flush WC
; kitchen, offering a range of timeless shaker style fitted wall and base units topped with wood-effect work surfaces and inset 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated appliances including fridge/freezer, extractor canopy, four burner gas hob, electric single oven/grill and full size dishwasher, window to front elevation and tiles to floor, and spacious living/dining room to rear featuring window and French doors opening to the rear garden allowing an abundance of natural light into the property.
Stairs rise to the first floor landing, leading to; a substantially sized second bedroom located to the rear of the property; a third bedroom which is of a small double/large single size and main bathroom, having three piece white suite including bath with mains pressure thermostatic shower over, having both rain head and hose featuring a glass shower screen, pedestal basin with mono-block mixer tap and back to wall low-flush WC
, partially tiled walls and tiled floor.A
door leads off the first floor landing to a private staircase, leading to second floor and into; a large double master bedroom, having built-in wardrobes, loft hatch, dormer window to front aspect and door opening to; en suite shower room, also with white suite including double-width shower with mains pressure thermostatic shower, having both rain head and hose and glass screen, pedestal basin with monoblock mixer tap and back to wall low-flush WC
, partially tiled walls and tiles to floor
Available for immediate occupancy, this property also benefits from having gas central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.GROUND FLOOR
Living room - 4.93m x 3.30m [16' 2" x 10' 9"]
Kitchen - 2.85m x 2.64m [9' 4" x 8' 7"]
Downstairs wc - 1.95m x 0.99m [6' 4" x 3' 3"]FIRST FLOOR
Bedroom 2 - 3.87m x 2.85m [12' 8" x 9' 4"]
Bedroom 3 - 2.82m x 2.42m [9' 3" x 7' 11"]
Bathroom - 2.30m x 1.81m [7' 6" x 5' 11"]SECOND FLOOR
Master bedroom - 4.81m x 3.28m [15' 9" x 10' 9"]
Master en-suite - 2.01m x 1.28m [6' 7" x 4' 2"]EXTERNAL
To the front, the property is approached over a block-paved driveway offering parking for two full size cars.
To the rear, the landscaped, low maintenance garden enjoys a sunny, southerly aspect, with slate borders, a thriving copper beech tree and tall fences to the boundaries offering privacy.DIRECTIONS
Starting from The Bars roundabout, travel east along Boughton A51 for 0.6 miles, keep right onto Challinor Street, use the middle lane to turn right (back towards the city) then after 30 yards, turn left onto Sandy Lane. After 1.5 miles, at the roundabout, take the first exit to continue onto Sandy Lane, then first left onto Cheshires Way, bear right after 50 yards onto Highlander Road and after 60 yards, turn right onto Green Howards Road, follow the road to the right and the property will be found directly ahead.VIEWINGS
Viewings are exclusively by appointment. Please contact our Tarvin Branch to discuss your requirements.
Before arranging a viewing, we will ask you several questions to establish your circumstances. Please ensure that you have a few minutes to spare when you call so we can go through this process. Reades is registered with the Information Commissioner no. Z8533957. Any information you provide is held securely in accordance with Data Protection requirements and not given to any other persons or organisation, unless with your permission.DISCLAIMER
Whilst we make every effort to ensure that the information contained within this publication is true and accurate, it is for guidance purposes only and should not be relied upon as a representation or statement of fact. It is the responsibility of the applicant to verify the details shown in this publication prior to making an offer. Neither Reades nor any of its employees or agents has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Please note; any floorplans included in this publication are for guide purposes only and are not produced to scale. Where "Broadband available" or "Fibre available" is stated, this is based on the BT postcode search and indicates that broadband should be available in this area. Additional costs for phone line installation and rental may apply.Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we have implemented the following three-step Viewings Policy in an effort to reduce unnecessary footfall and mitigate the risk to all concerned.Our Viewings Policy
Our three-step Viewings Policy briefly comprises the following:1. Familiarise yourself with the property2. Affordability and offer level3. The viewing
IMPORTANT: We cannot arrange a physical viewing until we receive written confirmation from you that you have read and can comply with our Viewings Policy.
Please take the time to read through the full details of our Viewings Policy as detailed below:1. Familiarise yourself with the property
Please ensure you have:
IMPORTANT: Please do not go onto the property, even if it is unoccupied. Viewings must be arranged by appointment, even where the vendor is conducting their own, so please direct all enquiries to Reades.2. Affordability and offer level
- looked through the full property details, including the photos, floorplan, Google Map and Street View (where available);
- walked through the Virtual Viewing (where available), and;
- visited the area (where possible) to make sure it is where you want to live.
Financing the purchase or rental of a property is not always straightforward and applicants must establish their affordability prior to arranging a physical viewing.
Please also consider that, due to current market conditions, properties are very often selling and letting at their asking price and sometimes for more.Advice for prospective buyers
Before we can arrange a physical viewing, you must:
Advice for prospective tenants
- provide documents to evidence your ability to purchase, including a bank statement for proof of cash (cash buyers or deposit for mortgage buyers) and a valid (in date) agreement in principle or mortgage promise from a lender if buying with a mortgage, (we can also accept an email from a Financial/Mortgage Advisor). and;
- be prepared to reveal the offer you will consider making, based on the information available online, subject of course to a physical viewing taking place. If your offer is well below those already received or required by our vendor, it will help us to determine if a physical viewing is necessary at this stage.
Reades operates a three-stage application process.
Prior to arranging a physical viewing, we will conduct a brief pre-tenancy interview (Stage 1), the outcome of which will determine whether a physical viewing is necessary.
In addition to providing your contact details, you will be asked to divulge information about your current and proposed residential status, and your financial position*.
Stage two is the physical viewing, which could be conducted by either the landlord or Reades depending on which service plan the landlord subscribes to.
Information provided in the first and second stage will be verified in the third - the formal referencing stage - and any discrepancies could jeopardise the success of your application.
Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, all pre-tenancy interviews will be conducted over the phone until further notice.*Reades is registered with the Information Commissioner and your information will be stored securely in accordance with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). By contacting Reades about a property, you are agreeing for your name, contact number, email address and an overview of your suitability as a prospective buyer/tenant to be shared with the landlord/vendor. Further information will not be passed to any other company or individual without your express consent.3. The viewing
We will be delighted to help you find your new home and we are doing our best to ensure a safe environment for all*, by:
- ventilating the property prior and during
- leaving time between each viewing to allow for ventilation
- wearing a face mask
- not shaking hands
- maintaining a safe social distance
- asking any occupants to remain outside or confined to one area of the property for the duration (where viewings are conducted by Reades personnel)
In return, we ask applicants to:
IMPORTANT: A maximum of two adults are allowed to attend the physical viewing.*Please note; where clients are conducting viewings themselves, we ask them to follow the same protocols, but Reades makes no guarantee as to whether they will.
- turn up on time to avoid overlap
- not bring children or pets
- not wander off unaccompanied
- avoid touching surfaces unnecessarily
- maintain a safe social distance at all times
- respect the position of the of the person conducting the viewing and follow any reasonable requests whilst on site
- relax and enjoy your viewing!
Thank you for your patience and understanding; we look forward to hearing from you and to helping you find your new home.Getting in touch with Reades
Our branches, in both England and Wales, remain fully operational. Normal working hours are being observed, our lines are open and the team is available to handle enquiries as usual.
Due to the risk presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the doors to our branches were closed to the public on 23 March 2020 and will remain closed for the foreseeable future, so we can maintain the safest possible working environment for our team and minimise the risk of service interruption.
Valuation visits continue to take place and appropriate safety advice will be offered on booking an appointment.
Some members of the team may, from time-to-time, work from home and those who cannot work from home will be working safely in-branch, whilst adhering to the guidance.
Key/document collection continues to be available at our branches, by appointment only.
Find out how to get in touch with Reades:Government guidance
Physical viewings of occupied and unoccupied properties in England and Wales will be arranged in accordance with our Viewings Policy detailed above, in line with Government guidance:
Wales - find out more on the Welsh Government website:
England - find out more on the UK Government website: