Greenhaven is situated in a tranquil setting on the fringe of the popular village of Churton, located to the south of Chester, enjoying exceptional rural views towards the Welsh Hills. The nearby village
of Farndon provides a range of local amenities including general stores, a butcher, doctor’s surgery, chemist, coffee shop, church,
hairdressers and public house. This desirable locality offers the opportunity to join a thriving local village community. Across the river Dee, the neighbouring village of Holt affords further handy
shops and the opportunity to buy fresh home-grown produce at the excellent and well known Bellis Brothers Farm Shop and Garden Centre. Carden Park Golf Resort is within four miles
offering hotel and spa facilities and two championship golf courses. Situated only a mile from the local beauty spot of the River Dee and historic Farndon bridge, affording walking, recreation and fishing along its banks in the surrounding meadows.
Local state schooling includes Farndon Primary School with secondary schooling in Chester and Malpas and local independent schools include Abbey Gate 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 line service to London, Euston, within 2 hours.
Greenhaven is a substantial property built for the current owners in 1985, of timber-framed construction with brick-built exterior. The property offers a wealth of living accommodation and
presents opportunity to convert the first floor “loft room” into a fourth double bedroom with some straightforward room reconfigurations, subject to any consents required.
The front door opens into a welcoming reception hall, having attractive parquet flooring, and doors opening to the principal reception rooms along with access to a cloakroom with WC.
At the heart of the house is the kitchen, fitted with a range of hand-crafted painted solid wood cabinets backed with Fired Earth hand-made tiles, and complementary dresser unit. There is also a
broad range of integral appliances, and ceramic tiled flooring running into a generous and sunny breakfast area, having views to the front courtyard. Off the kitchen is a utility room incorporating
a Belfast sink with base units and plumbing for laundry appliances.
To the rear of the property is a well-proportioned lounge featuring an open Baxi fireplace within a painted carved fire surround with a marble insert and hearth. Large sliding patio doors open to the
rear offering beautiful rural west-facing views looking over to the Welsh Hills. Exterior wind-down sun awning. Large sheltered sunny terrace. The dining room conveniently links to the kitchen
and lounge and opens into a large double-glazed conservatory, offering the best views of the garden and countryside beyond. Occupying the northern wing of the house is a useful ground floor
bedroom, with fitted wardrobes, and benefits from a particularly spacious en suite bathroom with white suite including a shower cubicle with thermostatic shower fitment.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms, both having fitted wardrobes, the master enjoying a vanity sink unit. The large family bathroom is equipped with a three-piece suite, including a bath
with shower fitment over and airing cupboard.
With access from “Bedroom 2” is a large loft room, which could quite easily be converted to provide a fourth double bedroom, with a new access by creating a corridor through the top end of the
An imposing splayed gated entrance opens onto an extensive block-paved driveway edged with attractively landscaped borders of mature shrubs and trees, providing parking for numerous
vehicles, ideal for those with a caravan or boat storage requirements, giving access to a double garage with remote door. The rear gardens are noteworthy, being substantial with mature
hedged boundaries offering privacy and seclusion. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn, with deep stocked borders and beautiful rural views. An extensive paved south and west-facing terrace
runs along the rear of the property, edged with a variety of plants and shrubs including lavender, roses, philadelphus, azaleas,, camellia, mature acer and lilac, chosen for colour and scent, providing a charming large sunny seating area from which to
appreciate the beautiful views.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage system. Oil-fired central heating. Broadband and telephone connections. Home alarm system.
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
From Chester head south along Sandy Lane, B5130, through the villages of Huntington and Aldford. Upon entering Churton turn right immediately after the White Horse pub, into Hob Lane. At the end of Hob Lane, turn left onto Stannage Lane where Greenhaven will be seen on your right-hand side after approx. 300m.
House For SaleGreenhaven, Stannage Lane, Churton, Chester, Cheshire
Guide price £595,000 Sold
A spacious family home situated in a private setting enjoying large gardens, far-reaching rural views and scope to create a fourth bedroom.
- Virtual viewings available on request
- Central reception hall
- 2 reception rooms
- Kitchen through breakfast room
- 3 double bedrooms - space to create a fourth bedroom
- 2 bathrooms and separate cloakroom with WC
- Conservatory and utility room
- Double garage
- Extensive private parking
- Beautiful private gardens offering privacy
- Approx. 196.4 sqm (2114.2 sqft) of accommodation
- Approx. 0.4 acre plot