Cuddington, along with its neighbouring village of Sandiway both offer a range of local facilities including primary schools, a range of shops, wine store, a well-attended parish church, post office, doctor’s surgery and library. Leisure facilities include tennis courts and a bowling green and for golfing enthusiasts, courses can be found on Delamere, Sandiway and Whitegate. The area offers pleasant country walks along the Whitegate Way and Delamere Forest is easily accessible. The location is favoured by those commuting to Chester, Manchester, Warrington and Liverpool with access via the A556 and the A49. Alternatively, there are rail connections at Cuddington on the Manchester line and at Hartford on the Liverpool to Crewe line.
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.
Built for a retired sea captain The Moorings is a pleasant Edwardian country house which offers ample family accommodation. The appointments and fittings are to a high standard and the property is in a good decorative order. There are views from the front main reception room out over unspoilt wooded countryside whilst the property is bordered on three sides by farmland. The property stands in approximately 1.35 acres of land, with fully landscaped gardens being terraced with sandstone walls, paved paths, and ornamental pond together with ample seating areas. The gardens mainly consist of mature shrubs and trees, lawned areas and flower beds. To the rear of the garden is a small paddock. The abundant planting and perimeter hedging ensures complete privacy and seclusion. The house offers well-proportioned accommodation with many original features. The open porch leads into a spacious Entrance Hall with panelled ceiling, an original Claygate brick fireplace featuring an Aga multifuel burner. A well-proportioned Sitting Room features original plasterwork ceiling and covings, and the large south- west facing bay window offers views of the front garden. A carved pine fireplace encloses a Jotul gas fired wood burner. The Dining Room faces the rear garden and has the original Edwardian fire surround. There is a cloakroom with under-stair storage. The Breakfast Room leads into a good -sized Kitchen featuring Mark Wilkinson base and wall units, granite, and beech work surfaces together with Aga cooker, Belfast sink and integrated dishwasher, fridge and microwave. The rear passageway leads to a well-equipped Utility Room and large Conservatory opening onto the garden. From the Entrance Hall the Oak and Pine staircase leads to a spacious Landing. There are four double Bedrooms with the Master including an En-suite. There is also a Study and spacious Family Bathroom. Outside there is a Detached Double Garage and Garden Room.
En-suite Shower Room
Detached Double Garage
Freehold. Subject to verification by Vendor's Solicitor.
SERVICES (NOT TESTED)
We believe that mains water, electricity and gas central heating are connected.
Cheshire West And Chester. Council Tax – Band G.
Vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing strictly by appointment through the Agents.