Number 6 Church Mead is situated in a beautiful private setting, enjoying exceptional views across open countryside towards both Beeston and Peckforton Castles. The property is on the fringe of the popular village of Churton. The nearby village of Farndon provides a range of local amenities, including general stores, a butcher, chemist, coffee shop and public house, whilst Chester provides a more comprehensive offering.
On the recreational front, Carden Park Hotel and Spa is within 4 miles, having two championship golf courses in addition to its leisure facilities. Situated only a mile from the local beauty spot of
the River Dee and historic Farndon Bridge the area affords walking, cycling and fishing along its banks and the surrounding meadows.
Local state schooling includes Farndon Primary School with secondary schooling at Bishop Heber, Malpas, deemed "outstanding" by Ofsted. Independent schools include Abbeygate
College, Saighton and King's and Queen's Schools in Chester. The business parks of Chester and Wrexham are readily accessible, as is the motorway network leading to the commercial
centres of the north west. Chester station offers a direct service to London, Euston within 2 hours.
A wide front door opens into the entrance hall, with access to a WC, boasting travertine limestone flooring which runs throughout
much of the ground floor accommodation.
At the heart of the property is a wonderful open-plan dining kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of bespoke hand painted cabinets by Cheshire Furniture Company including a
"housemaid's cupboard" and display cabinets, all under granite work surfaces. The focal point of the kitchen is a Rangemaster cooker with induction hob within a tiled recess with over mantel. Integral appliances include a dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave. The kitchen incorporates space for a large dining table. Double doors open into a considerable conservatory of hand-painted cedar wood, enjoying underfloor heating and superb
views across the gardens to open countryside.
Off the kitchen is a convenient study with views to the front gardens, Double light oak doors open into a large sitting room having twin aspects and a noteworthy exposed brick inglenook housing a Clearview multi-fuel burning stove with stone hearth. Hardwood bifold doors open to the rear terrace.
At the opposite end of the house is a further entrance hall with direct access to a spacious utility room fitted with a range of high gloss cabinets with a drainer sink unit and plumbing for laundry appliances.
To the first floor is a spacious landing with attractive archtop picture window affording tremendous rural views. The landing
provides access to all five double bedrooms, a family bathroom and linen store. The master bedroom is particularly noteworthy with oak flooring, a dressing room with bespoke high gloss
wardrobes and a luxurious wet room shower with walk-in shower having a thermostatic shower with drench head, wall hung vanity sink unit with drawers, a WC and chrome heated towel radiator.
All other bedrooms are served by a spacious family bathroom with modern white suite including a shower bath with thermostatic drench head shower and fitted bathroom furniture.
The property is approached along Church Mead with a private walled entrance onto a sweeping gravel driveway providing hardstanding for numerous vehicles in turn leading to a double
garage with adjoining workshop. The front garden is sizeable, mainly laid to lawn including borders, retained by neatly clipped box hedging in addition to a wonderful wisteria to the front
The rear gardens are particularly private, enclosed by an attractive sandstone wall with views across adjoining countryside. The gardens are mainly lawned with well-stocked borders, an extensive paved patio to the rear and a timber garden shed. To the rear of the garden is an exceptional kitchen garden enclosed by clipped box hedging including an aluminium framed greenhouse, raised vegetable beds and arch trained apple trees. There is an additional decked seating area with adjoining ornamental pond surrounded by a fig tree, espalier apple tree and twisted willow.
From Chester head south along Sandy Lane, B5130, through the villages of Huntington and Aldford. Upon entering Churton, take the second left turning down Pump Lane where the entrance to Church Mead will be seen on your left-hand side after approximately 300 metres.
Barn Conversion For Sale6, Church Mead, Pump Lane, Churton, Chester
Guide price £725,000 Sale Agreed
An exceptionally well presented and spacious end barn conversion in large gardens with stunning rural views towards Peckforton and Beeston Castles. In all about 0.47 of an acre.
- Entrance hall and additional side entrance
- Superb family/dining kitchen
- Spacious sitting room, conservatory and study
- 5 double bedrooms
- 2 bath/shower rooms and separate WC
- Large utility room
- Approximately 260 sqm (2803 sqft) internal area
- Large private gardens with rural views
- Extensive parking with double garage
- Set within approximately 0.47 of an acre