Trevethoe is located on the fringe of the village of Cuddington, to the west of the popular town of Northwich and north east of the city of Chester. The property itself is situated within walking
distance of the village, whilst enjoying superb westerly views over open countryside. Cuddington and neighbouring Sandiway offer a broad range of local facilities and amenities, whilst Northwich and
Chester provide a more comprehensive offering.
On the recreational front, there are two highly regarded Golf Courses at Sandiway and Delamere, cricket at Oakmere Cricket Club, mountain biking and walking at Delamere Forest, and boutique shopping at Blakemere Village.
Good local state schools include Sandiway Primary School and Cuddington Primary School, and Weaverham High School. The Grange in Hartford offers exceptional independent schooling, whilst Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form College is one of the best in the country.
The property is well-placed for commuting to the commercial centres of the North West, with the M56 and M6 motorway network being easily accessible.
Lot One (as edged red on the plan)
Trevethoe house itself is a former smallholding, dating back to the 1820’s, enjoying a particularly handsome front elevation with mock Tudor first-floor elevation. The property offers the incoming
purchaser scope to renovate in line with their own specification and requirements.
A pretty canopy porch gives way to the original front door opening into a central reception hall with stairs to the first floor and enclosed stone steps running down to the cellar.
The principal room sits to the front of the house enjoying twin aspects and features an open fireplace within an ornate tiled surround and hearth. Across the hallway is a well-proportioned
dining room, also featuring an open fireplace within a tiled surround and hearth. Off the rear hall is a cloakroom with two piece white suite.
To the rear of the property is a sizeable kitchen with semi-vaulted
ceiling, fitted with a range of base cabinets with single drainer sink unit, plumbing space for a washing machine and space for a fridge and freezer. The focal point of the kitchen is a blue gas-fired twin oven AGA. The kitchen has adequate space for a breakfast table.
An attractive painted spindle staircase rises to a spacious first floor landing giving access to each of the bedrooms and a family bathroom with coloured three-piece suite with wall tiling.
To the rear of the dwelling is a large two-storey L-shaped brick range, formerly stables and shippon with hay storage, from its time as a smallholding. This building is predominantly of brick construction under slate roofing, with two lean-to timber framed, single-storey adjoining buildings.
To the ground floor is a garage, large former shippon providing general storage and a former stable block. Adjoining the building is an additional timber framed loose box and timber framed
potting shed with fuel store. Internal timber steps rise to the first floor where there are three
sizeable loft rooms with wonderful exposed trusses and purlins. This building offers tremendous scope to convert to a ‘granny annexe’, a substantial home office, home gymnasium (subject to the necessary planning consents), or simply garaging with
Gardens and grounds
Trevethoe is approached through a gated entrance onto a sweeping driveway leading to the rear of the property. The formal gardens sit to the north and east of the house, mainly laid to lawn with a variety of broadleaf trees, along with eucalyptus, holly and
rhododendron bushes. The gardens include a brick-built garden store with machinery shed and an adjoining timber framed greenhouse.
To the north west of the property, with access through a field gate, is a single agricultural field laid to permanent pasture with a gentle slope running from south to west. The land is particularly
well-drained, enclosed by native hedging and enjoys a water supply. The field itself extends to approximately 2.56 acres.
Overage clause (paddock only)
An Overage clause will be included within the contract of sale for a period of 30 years post completion, requiring the payment of 40%
of the uplift in value of the property arising in the event of residential development of the paddock land. Further details available from the selling agent.
Fixtures and fittings
All fixtures and fittings, furniture, carpets, curtains, lighting, garden ornaments and statuary are excluded from the sale. Some may be available by separate negotiation.
The property benefits from mains water, drainage, electricity and gas. The services have not been tested and prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries in this regard.
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Lot One is shown within the sales particulars edged red, whilst Lot Two is shown edged blue.
Heading along the Chester Road, A556 in a north westerly direction, turn left before the Shell Garage at the junction with the Forest Road, A49. Continue along the A49 in a northerly direction towards Cuddington, continuing across the first set of traffic lights and after a further 400m, Trevethoe will be seen on your left-hand side.
House For SaleTrevethoe, 57, Warrington Road, Cuddington, Northwich, Cheshire
Offers Over £425,000 Sale Agreed
An exceptional opportunity to purchase a farmhouse with outbuildings and paddock, in all approximately 3.04 acres. *By Informal Tender*
- FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER - 12 NOON ON 19TH JUNE
- This is Lot One on the brochure
- Central reception hall
- 2 reception rooms
- Kitchen through utility
- 3 double bedrooms
- Family bathroom & separate WC
- Substantial cellar
- House approx. 145.2 sq m (1,562 sq ft) GIA
- Substantial brick outbuildings approx 186 sq m (1,997 sq ft) GIA
- Beautiful formal gardens
- Adjoining paddock extending to approx. 2.56 acres
Offers Over £275,000 Sale Agreed
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