House For Sale

67, Tarvin Road, Littleton, Chester, Cheshire

Guide price £650,000 Sold

A spacious family home with extensive parking, a large garage block with home office above and superb views to the rear across open countryside.

  • Virtual viewings" available on request
  • Situated in an accessible residential location
  • Central reception hall
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Open-plan breakfast kitchen
  • Conservatory, utility room, separate WC
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Double detached garage with home office/leisure room
  • Extensive off-road parking
  • Beautiful rural views to the rear
  • Approximately 2,518 sq ft GIA (excluding garaging)
  • EPC rating D

The property is situated in an accessible residential location, within a short drive to the east of Chester City Centre. The property sits within an excellent sized plot, with superb rural views to the rear. The nearby village of Christleton offers an array of local day-to-day amenities, including Christleton Primary and High Schools, both rated “outstanding” by Ofsted, whilst the historic Roman City of Chester offers a comprehensive array of facilities and amenities. Local independent schools include King’s and Queen’s Schools in Chester, which are both readily accessible.

On the recreational front, Vicars Cross Golf Club is within a short walk, as is Chester Rugby Union Football Club. Chester also offers water sports on the River Dee, as well as horse racing at the Chester Roodee Racecourse.

The property is well-placed for commuting to the commercial centres of the North West, with the A55 being within a few hundred metres, leading to the North Wales coastline to the west and the M53 and M56 motorway network leading to Manchester and Liverpool. Chester Railway Station offers a direct service to London Euston within two hours.

The property
The property was built circa 1988 and offers particularly spacious and free-flowing accommodation over two levels.

An imposing canopy with Doric columns gives way to the recessed front door opening into a welcoming central reception hall, with access to a downstairs cloakroom with WC. The principal reception room sits to the front of the house, being well-proportioned and features an open fireplace within a Regency style fireplace, intricate plaster coved ceiling and ceiling rose. Across the hallway is the dining room, also having a southerly aspect and featuring oak flooring and an attractive leaded, glazed bay window. Opening off the dining room is the sitting room, having wonderful views over the rear garden through patio doors and features a chimney recess housing a dog grate fireplace within a simple painted surround with decorative tile inserts.

To the rear of the property is a generous kitchen opening into the breakfast room. The kitchen itself is fitted with a comprehensive range of oak cabinets under granite work surfaces, including
integrated wine racking. The centre point of the kitchen is a ‘Britannia’ gas range cooker with double oven and integrated extractor hood. Additional appliances include a ‘Neff’ integral
dishwasher and space for an American-style fridge freezer. Ceramic tiling runs throughout the kitchen into the breakfast room, which has views through patio doors to the rear terrace, and bifold doors open into a substantial double-glazed uPVC conservatory, with views across the garden to open countryside. Off the kitchen is the utility room fitted with a range of cabinets with granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink and plumbing for laundry appliances.

To the first floor with access from the central landing are four bedrooms, three of which enjoy bespoke fitted wardrobes. Bedrooms two and three have the benefit of a shared ‘Jack and Jill’ en suite shower room, beautifully fitted with an oversized thermostatic shower cubicle and fitted bathroom furniture. The spacious family bathroom is fitted with a white suite, including a large shower and corner spa bath.

The property sits behind high close-boarded fencing with hedging, providing privacy from the road. A block paved driveway leads to the front of the property, providing parking for numerous vehicles, in turn leading to double timber gates opening to the side of the property providing additional parking for four vehicles, ideal for a
touring caravan or trailered boat. The rear gardens are particularly private, mainly laid to lawn with mature hedge boundaries. Running along the rear of the property is a patio area of Indian sandstone leading to an ornate garden shed, with storage area behind.

To the rear of the garden is a substantial detached garage built in 2009, which will accommodate two sizeable cars, with a workspace to the rear. An enclosed staircase rises to a most useful first floor room with vaulted ceiling, engineered oak flooring and substantial eaves storage cupboards. The garage building benefits from lighting, power and TV points.

Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Telephone and broadband connections. The house, along with the garage, is alarmed.

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