|Council Tax:||Band H £4,057|
|Tenure:||Share of Freehold|
Reades is delighted to offer for sale Park House - an imposing country home enjoying a stunning semi-rural setting, occupying a sizeable plot within a private, gated development, on the outskirts of the sought-after village of Saughall, in Chester.
Situated just four miles North-West of Chester's bustling city centre, the village of Saughall offers a host of amenities, including a useful Co-op convenience store & Post Office, highly regarded primary school, doctors surgery, well-stocked pharmacy, an excellent village pub, tea rooms/cafe, a chinese takeaway and a choice of hairdressers, and is just a short bus ride or 15-minute car journey from the city centre. The junction of the A540/A494 & M56 is a little over two miles away and offers swift passage into North Wales, to the Wirral, Liverpool and to Manchester in less than an hour.
Constructed in 1999, Park house was designed in the neo-Elizabethan style to complement its neighbour, namely Shotwick House - a pristine John Douglas-designed, Grade II listed manor house built in 1872. Offered over three floors, the main house briefly comprises; a grand, double-height reception hall; bright kitchen/breakfast room, offering a range of shaker style fitted units topped with a mix of wood and marble work surfaces and gas Rangemaster range, open to; utility room, with waste disposal, leading to; vast, double-height orangery with tiled roof; spacious, full-depth, drawing room with feature fireplace and French doors opening to patio; formal dining room, also with French doors; sitting room, with window overlooking the grounds; study and WC.
A staircase rises from the reception hall to an impressive octagonal, galleried first floor landing, leading to; generous master bedroom, with bay window overlooking the grounds, walk-in dressing room and en suite shower room; a second en-suite bedroom, two further large double bedrooms and family bathroom, having oversized bath with shower over. A private landing offers access to a further staircase, with useful cupboard beneath, leading upwards to a versatile second floor room - ideal as a bedroom, staff quarters, hobby room, cinema room or similar recreational space, with full head-height along its length, provision for the installation of rooflights and access to two substantial storerooms at either end.
A spiral staircase rises from the orangery to a first floor, self-contained annex over the garage, offering an ideal space for guest accommodation, a gym or studio, with en suite shower facilities. With internal inspect a must, Park House also benefits from having gas central heating and hardwood double-glazing throughout.
Kitchen / breakfast room - 5.20m x 3.00m [17' 0" x 9' 10"]
Utility room - 5.15m x 2.45m [16' 10" x 8' 0"]
Dining room - 6.28m x 4.71m [20' 7" x 15' 5"]
Sitting room - 5.60m x 3.55m [18' 4" x 11' 7"]
Drawing room - 9.82m x 4.86m [32' 2" x 15' 11"]
Orangery - 12.30m x 4.59m [40' 4" x 15' 0"]
Master bedroom - 7.37m x 4.91m [24' 2" x 16' 1"]
Dressing room - 2.50m x 2.30m [8' 2" x 7' 6"]
Master en suite - 2.30m x 2.28m [7' 6" x 7' 5"]
Bedroom 2 - 5.60m x 5.20m [18' 4" x 17' 0"]
Bedroom 2 en suite - 2.45m x 2.20m [8' 0" x 7' 2"]
Bedroom 3 - 4.71m x 4.45m [15' 5" x 14' 7"]
Bedroom 4 - 4.38m x 3.50m [14' 4" x 11' 5"]
Family bathroom - 3.65m x 2.30m [12' 0" x 7' 6"]
Bedroom 5 / hobby room - 7.18m x 3.80m [23' 6" x 12' 5"]
Loft store 1 - 4.03m x 3.03m [13' 2" x 9' 11"]
Loft store 2 - 4.41m x 2.26m [14' 5" x 7' 4"]
ATTACHED DOUBLE GARAGE
Garage area - 7.18m x 7.16m [23' 6" x 23' 5"]
Boiler room - 2.59m x 1.38m [8' 6" x 4' 6"]
ANNEX OVER GARAGE
Main room - 7.18m x 7.16m [23' 6" x 23' 5"]
Shower room - 2.08m x 1.85m [6' 9" x 6' 0"]
Nestled into the Cheshire countryside, enjoying easy access to numerous footpaths and views towards the Welsh Hills, Shotwick Park is located around a quarter of a mile outside of the village along a private, no-through road. Access to the development is via wrought iron gates hanging from impressive sandstone piers, having both intercom and code access. A wide driveway leads through perfectly manicured ground, past two tennis courts, before branching off to the private entrance of Park House, where a tarmac driveway leads through woodland before opening into an extensive parking area, leading to double garage, with twin up-and-over doors to front, personnel door opening to orangery, light, power and boiler room. The large plot and the surrounding communal grounds are maintained by the management company.
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