Informal Tender - Closing Friday 5th November at 12 noon
All Saints Vicarage is situated in a convenient location within the picturesque large village of Daresbury famed for its connections to the English writer, Lewis Carroll. The village offers various services including village hall, local pub and the historic Church adjacent to the property. A wider and more comprehensive range amenities including supermarkets, a bustling high street with restaurants, bars, post office, doctors surgeries to name a few services are available in the nearby suburb of Stockton Heath.
Local recreational facilities include golf at Walton Hall, Warrington and Runcorn, Cricket clubs in Appleton and Frodsham in addition to rugby at the nearby Moore RFUC. For those seeking outdoor pursuits there is extensive walking throughout the local area and beyond into North Wales and for the equestrian enthusiast there is livery at nearby Manor Farm Stables within a rural setting having numerous bridleways and lanes for hacking out. There is horse racing at Chester and Bangor-on-Dee and various point to point meets.
On the educational front there is a primary school in the village, Daresbury Primary, and Moore Primary School with a “Good” Ofsted rating. For those seeking private education there is Halton School and The Grange in Hartford known for its educational excellence both within day to day travelling distance.
Commuting to the commercial centres of the north west and beyond is straightforward with easy access to the M56 and the property is within a short distance of Warrington train station providing a 30 minute service to Manchester Piccadilly and a 2hr service to London, Euston via Crewe. There are international airports at Manchester and Liverpool, respectively.
Stockton Heath - 3.3 miles
Warrington - 4.5 miles
Liverpool - 19 miles
Manchester - 25 miles
Nearest Rail Stations
• Runcorn - 5.2 miles
• Runcorn East - 4 miles
• Liverpool - 18 miles
• Manchester - 22 miles
All Saints Vicarage is an imposing country house constructed of brick with decorative part tiled facades under a tiled roof complemented by tall chimney stacks, cast iron downspouts and mullioned windows. The facade bears a masonry date stone of 1904 as the property was constructed specifically as a vicarage for the incumbent clergy and completed to an exacting standard. Whilst the property would benefit from a reasonable scheme of modernisation, the accommodation is of good proportions being arranged predominantly over 3 floors with the benefit of oil central heating and a majority of the windows being double glazed. Period features are in abundance throughout with tall ceilings, deep architraves, picture rails, open fireplaces and solid parquet flooring and despite the spacious living space, the vicarage certainly has scope to be extended subject to gaining a satisfactory planning permission.
From the storm porch a tall and arched oak front door leads passed a cloakroom into a spacious entrance hall with picture rail, timber turned staircase and foyet area where access is gained to the cloak room. To either side of the hall are the principal reception rooms comprising sitting room, dining room and lounge. The dining room is an elegant and well proportioned, containing an open fire and timber surround. The aspect is overlooking the south facing rear garden. The sitting room has a feature bay window with a side aspect and has the benefit of secondary glazing. Beyond is the lounge, which also has a fireplace with multifuel burner, parquet flooring and lovely garden aspect. Off the hall is an inner hall opening to a pantry with original shelving, store room and through to the kitchen. The kitchen has fitted wall and base units incorporating Belling oven with extractor over, stainless steel sink unit and plumbing for dishwasher. Off the kitchen is the utility room with access to the rear courtyard, shelving and base units incorporating sink unit adjacent to the Trianco Eurostar oil fired boiler. Adjoining is a furhre store ideal as cloaks storage and cold store. Beyond are a courtyard of domestic outbuildings including a former coal store, implement store and gardeners wc.
The second-floor accommodation is accessed via a turned timber staircase. From the landing access is gained to the master bedroom and 3/4 further bedrooms served by a separate wc bathroom and shower room. The 4th bedroom is currently setup as on office so is the ideal location for a home office if required. A former servants staircase leads form the ground floor to the second floor where there is further bedroom accommodation and access to the roof space which is accessed via standard doorway with clear access throughout the eaves area.
The vicarage is well screened form the road with a dwarf sandstone wall with top stones along the road front with mature trees and shrubbery and a charming pedestrian gate. The property is mainly accessed through an original sandstone pillared and gated entrance onto a large pebble parking area beneath the north front. To the side of the property is a substantial timber garage which would require some remedial works and a side garden which is enclosed by a picket fence. There is no doubt the gardens and grounds are a profound feature being superbly arranged forming formal lawns to the rear with summer house, a kitchen garden area with former chicken pens and front gardens creating a private a mature setting all around. A bank of trees runs along the southern boundary and the grounds are peppered with mature trees such as soft fruit trees, Oak, Beech, Lime, Ash, attractive Clematis and climbing Hydrangea on the front façade and Rose beds against the permitter of the building. The outlook on all sides is of countryside creating a simply idyllic setting in a lovely village setting. The whole area extends to approximately 1 acre.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil central heating and telephone line.
The property is offered freehold.
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings, furniture, lighting, garden ornaments and statuary are excluded from the sale. Some may be available by separate negotiation.
Local Authority & Council Tax
Halton Borough Council T: 0303 333 4300. W: www.halton.gov.uk
Council Tax Band G - £3,186.79 payable 2021/22
From the M56 leave at Junction 11 heading north on the Tarporley Road towards Warrington. Pass through the traffic lights turning left onto B5356 passing through Stretton into Hatton turning left towards Daresbury by The Hatton Pub & Grill. On entering Daresbury and shortly after the speed bumps, the Church will be seen on the right and All Saints Vicarage adjacent on the left delineated by a Fisher German sale board.
Strictly by appointment through the selling agent, Fisher German. T: 01565 745326
Photographs and particulars produced September/October 2021
House For SaleAll Saints Vicarage, Daresbury Lane, Daresbury, Warrington
Offers in Excess of £800,000 Sold
*Informal Tender - Closing Friday 5th November at 12 noon* An imposing and elegant former vicarage situated amongst an acre of gardens and grounds in the picturesque village of Daresbury
- Informal Tender - Closing 12 noon Friday 5th November
- Porch, Entrance Hall and Cloak Room
- Sitting Room, Lounge and Dining Room
- Open Plan Kitchen with Breakfast Area and Pantry
- Inner Hall, Utility Room and Store Room
- 5/6 Bedrooms, 2 Bath and Shower Rooms, Separate WC
- Box Room and Extensive Roof Storage
- Approximately 356sq.m (3,816sq.ft) of living accommodation
- Extensive and Mature Gardens comprising Kitchen Garden and Formal Lawns
- Timber Garage, Coal Store, Implement Store and WC.
- In all approximately 1 acre (0.4ha)