Croft House was designed by local renowned architect John Douglas and was constructed in 1902 and extended circa 1920. This Grade II listed home offers striking features, spacious living accommodation and is situated within a plot of approximately 0.6 of an acre. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all the property offers.
Upon leaving our office on High Street, Northwich, Head east on Apple Market St towards Weaver Square Shopping Precinct, Turn left onto Watling St/A533/A559, Slight right to stay on Watling St/A533/A559, Continue to follow A533, Turn left onto London Rd/A533, Continue to follow A533, At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Kingsmead/A533, At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on Kingsmead/A533, Turn right at Kingsmead Crossroads onto London Rd, At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A556 N.WALES/CHESTER A533 (A51). Turn right onto Norley Rd, Turn left onto Weaverham Rd and the property will be highlighted by our for sale board.
The location of Sandiway is renowned for it's good transport links with easy access to the A556 and A49 which lead directly to the M6 and M56. Manchester, Chester and Liverpool are all within daily commuting distance and locally, there are excellent facilities including Schools, Doctors, Shops and Cuddington Train Station. Sandiway is surrounded by fields and woodlands, with Delamere Forest nearby offering scenic walks and cycle routes, making it a lovely place to reside.
IN FURTHER DETAILS THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:-
Please note that we have not checked any of the appliances or the central heating system included in the sale (if any). All prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves on this point prior to entering the contract.
Initially designed and constructed for the Curate of the local parish, Croft House was designed by renowned architect John Douglas in 1902 and extended circa 1920. This four bedroom, detached, Grade II listed home is striking in design and offers many original features which must be seen to be fully appreciated. One of the original features above the front door is an inscription in raised terracotta lettering that reads: FOR EVERY HOUSE IS BUILDED BY SOME MAN BUT HE THAT BUILDS ALL THINGS IS GOD.
The accommodation within the property is spacious and is surprising light for the time period in which it was built. Whilst the property does require some modernisation, the work needed appears to be limited to decorative work and there could be an option to extend the property subject to the necessary planning permission.
The property sits on a plot of approximately 0.6 of an acre and offers an incredible view of the local church - a view which needs to be seen to be believed. There is parking on two separate driveways for numerous vehicles and a detached double garage with a further separate detached store room, likely to have been built from the stone of the Vale Royal Abbey. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with established plants, shrubs and trees.
Entrance Hall6.55m (21'6) x 2.06m (6'9)
Living Room8.51m (27'11) into bay x 5.94m (19'6) maximum
Conservatory4.34m (14'3) x 2.92m (9'7)
Dining Room4.29m (14'1) x 3.63m (11'11)
Kitchen5.51m (18'1) x 3.94m (12'11) maximum
Utility Room3.71m (12'2) x 1.98m (6'6)
Pantry2.21m (7'3) x 1.73m (5'8)
Bedroom One5.97m (19'7) x 4.22m (13'10)
Bedroom Two4.47m (14'8) x 3.63m (11'11)
Bedroom Three4.29m (14'1) x 3.66m (12')
Bedroom Four3.61m (11'10) x 3.15m (10'4)
Bathroom2.64m (8'8) x 2.39m (7'10)
Store2.79m (9'2) x 2.49m (8'2)
Cheshire West And Chester.
Freehold. Subject to verification by Vendor's Solicitor.
SERVICES (NOT TESTED)
We believe that mains water, electricity, gas central heating and drainage are connected.
Vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing strictly by appointment through the Agents.