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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 17 995000Halls Estate Agents , Ellesmererightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A genuine and conveniently situated small Cheshire farm.

Description - Halls are favoured with instructions to offer Stag Hall Farm, Near Malpas, for sale by private treaty.

Stag Hall Farm is a well equipped stock rearing farm comprising a handsome period farmhouse residence, with great potential for modernisation/refurbishment and/or extension (subject to PP), together with two separate traditional outbuildings with consent for conversion into three residential units, a further range of modern livestock buildings set in over 44 acres of surrounding farmland, in two principal blocks.

The farmhouse offers spacious and versatile 4-bedroom internal accommodation of great character, presented to a good standard, but still has great potential for a buyer to modernise, refurbish and/or extend (subject to PP) according to one's individual tastes and preferences.

The farm buildings are a major feature of the property and are served by a main concrete yard to the rear of the residence, and include two separate traditional brick built two storey outbuildings which currently have consent (Class Q, permitted development) for conversion into three residential units extending, in all, to around 2850 sqft.

There are further more modern livestock rearing buildings which also have potential for equestrian usage.

The land is particularly worthy of note and lies in two principal blocks of well farmed grassland either side of the B5395 (Malpas to Whitchurch road), ideal for the grazing of all kinds of livestock and horses.

Stag Hall Farm extends, in all, to over 44 acres, or thereabouts.

It is unusual for such a well situated and versatile Cheshire farm to become available for purchase in this noted farming district and is ideal to continue as an excellent small stock rearing farm but would also be an excellent satellite farm' to a larger agricultural operation, or a first class Equestrian property.

Situation - Stag Hall Farm is situated in a lovely rural setting on the Shropshire/Cheshire/Welsh borders, only approximately 1.8 miles from Malpas, a noted and particularly popular village, which has an excellent range of local shopping, recreational and educational facilities. The property is, also, within easy motoring distance of the larger centres of Whitchurch (4 miles), Wrexham (13 miles) and the county towns of Chester (14 miles) and Shrewsbury (28 miles), all of which, have a more comprehensive range of amenities of all kinds. There are good road links to Crewe Railway Station (19 miles) and Manchester airport (40 miles).

The Accommodation Comprises: -

Living Room - 4.80m x 3.60m (15'9" x 11'10") - With a double glazed bay window to front elevation, tiled fireplace set within an attractive inglenook, recessed storage cupboard with glazed fronted cupboard above, exposed ceiling timbers.

Dining Room - 4.90m x 4.61m (16'1" x 15'1") - With a double glazed bay window to front elevation and further double glazed window to side elevation.

Hallway - With double glazed window to rear elevation, carpeted staircase to first floor, door in to an understairs storage cupboard, exposed ceiling timbers.

Sitting Room - With a Clearview wood burning stove (Vision 500 installed October 2018) set within an attractive brick fireplace with heavy oak timber over, double glazed window to side elevation with exposed ceiling timbers, recessed storage cupboard, internal glazed window through to the:

Utility / Boot Room - With a quarry tiled floor, partly glazed door leading out to the rear yard, double glazed windows to either side, stainless steel sink unit (H&C) with double cupboard and drawer below, planned space for fridge/freezers etc.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 4.61m x 2.7m (15'1" x 8'10") - With a stainless steel sink unit (H&C) with draining areas to either side with cupboards and drawers below, roll topped work surface area with base units incorporating cupboards and drawers, matching eye level cupboards, planned space for a cooker, double glazed windows to rear and side elevations.

Downstairs Wc - With a low flush WC, double glazed opaque window to side elevation.

Garden Room - Enjoying lovely views over the gardens with a door leading out to the side patio area.

First Floor Landing Area - With inspection hatch to roofspace, double glazed window.

Bedroom 1 - 5m x 3.50m (16'5" x 11'6") - With double glazed window to side elevation, recessed wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with slatted shelving over.

Bedroom 2 - 3.80m x 3.7m (12'6" x 12'2") - With double glazed window to side elevation, a range of fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 3 - 3.10m x 3.09m (10'2" x 10'2") - With a double glazed window to front elevation, recessed book shelving and a large storage cupboard.

Bedroom 4 - 4.60m 2.70m (15'1" 8'10") - With double glazed windows to front and side elevations.

Family Bathroom - With double glazed window to rear elevation, a peach bathroom suite including a panelled bath (H&C) with Triton electric shower over and tiled sill to one end, pedestal hand basin (H&C), low flush WC.

Loft Space -

Outside - The property is approached over an extensive gravelled drive providing ample parking and manoeuvring space and fronted by a:

Detached Garage / Workshop - 5m x 3m approx. (16'5" x 9'10" appro x 0") -

Gardens - The gardens are a super feature of the property and have been attractively landscaped by the current vendors to include lawns bordered by well stocked floral and herbaceous borders with an attractively set patio area to one side providing an ideal space for outdoor entertaining.

Former Dairy / Storage Shed - 3m x 3.5m (9'10" x 11'6") - Attached to the rear of the house is a most useful- of corrugated iron construction with a concrete base providing useful storage space and potential for adaptation in to further living accommodation, if required.

Lean-To / Storage Shed - 3.3m x 2.6m (10'10" x 8'6") - Attached to the side of the house is a further useful- of brick construction with potential for adaptation in to further living accommodation, if required.

Garden Store - 3m x 2m (9'10" x 6'7") -

Farm Buildings: - The farm buildings are a major feature of the property and are predominantly served by a main concreted yard to the rear of the farmhouse and briefly comprise

Traditional Two Storey Range - 18m x 5.2m (59'1" x 17'1") - Of brick and slate roofed construction, formerly the shippons to the holding, no internal walls on the ground floor and with loft storage above.

Workshop - 4.5m x 2.37m (14'9" x 7'9") - With a wooden staircase to loft storage above.

Traditional Former Dairy - 7.7m x 4.78m (25'3" x 15'8") - Of brick and slate roofed construction, formerly the dairy to the holding, with adjacent calf rearing shed and loft storage over.

Three Bay Portal Framed Multi-Purpose Shed - 13.41m x 9.12m (44'0" x 29'11") - Of part block Yorkshire boarded and corrugated asbestos roofed construction.

Four Bay Portal Framed Loose Housing Shed - 17.89m x 9.42m (58'8" x 30'11") - Of concrete panels, Yorkshire boarding and corrugated asbestos roofed.

The farm buildings are all set within a concreted yard which has gated access on to the main road and leads through to a rear yard in which there is a:

Four Bay Pole Barn - With a:

Four Bay Lean-To - (in need of some remedial work)

Three Bay Portal Framed Open Fronted Multi-Purpose Shed - 7.64m x 13.89m (25'1" x 45'7") - Of part corrugated iron and sheet roofed construction.

Timber Cow Kennel - 24.2m x 13m approx. (79'5" x 42'8" appro x 0") - For 56 (in need of remedial work)

There is a concreted to the rear with access on to the road and a solid slurry lagoon.

Planning Permission - Following an application for prior notification of a change of use under Schedule 2, Part 3, Class Q of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 for The conversion of 2 No. Agricultural redundant barns into 3 no. Residential dwellings', confirmation was received, from Cheshire West & Chester Council, stating that the prior approval of the Local Planning Authority is not required for conversion of the traditional farm buildings.
Planning permission reference no. 18/00802PDQ was approved May 3rd 2018 and will remain valid for a period of three years.
The development of the buildings will be subject to a Community Infrastructure Levy payable to Cheshire West and Chester Council.

The Land - The land is a notable feature of the property and lies principally in two parcels either side of the B5395 and is retained in convenient sized enclosures of productive grassland, providing excellent grazing and mowing opportunities. It is generally level, fertile and versatile being of a medium clay loam soil type, with mains and natural water supplies.
The land is ideal for the grazing of all kinds of livestock, particularly horses The property extends, in all, to over 44 acres, or thereabouts.

Tenure & Possession - The property is said to be of freehold tenure and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase.

Mode Of Offering - Stag Hall Farm will be offered for sale by private treaty as a whole, or in Lots. The selling agents, Halls, as agents, on behalf of the vendors, reserve the right to alter, divide, amalgamate or withdraw any of the property for sale at any time. The selling agents further reserve the right to sell the farm without prior notice or explanation and no liability will be accepted to any intending purchaser in consequence of such a decision.

Services - We understand that the farmhouse has the benefit of mains water, electricity and gas. Drainage is to a private system.

Local Authorities - Cheshire West & Chester Council-

DEFRA, North Mercia Regional Service Centre, Electra Way, Crewe Business Park, Crewe. Tel: .

Council Tax - The property is in Band 'F' on the Cheshire West & Chester Council Register.

Holding Number - The holding number for Stag Hall Farm is: 06/023/0007

Sporting & Mineral Rights - The sporting rights are in hand and will pass with the property.

Basic Payment Scheme - We understand the farm is registered for Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements..
The purchasers will be required to ensure that they comply with the cross-compliance requirements until December 2020 and indemnify the vendors for any losses they incur as a result of the purchasers' failure to do so.
The vendors will make their best endeavours to transfer an appropriate number of non-SDA Entitlements to the purchasers, on completion of the purchase, subject to RPA approval.

Commoners Rights - Stag Hall Farm has the right to graze up to 120 cattle on Bradley Common.

Nvz - We understand that Stag Hall Farm is situated within the Nitrate vulnerable zone as designated by DEFRA.

Dispersal Sale - The Vendors reserve the right to hold a dispersal sale of live and dead farming stock on the farm prior to completion of the purchase.

Planning - All lots will be sold subject to any development plan, tree preservation order, town planning schedule, resolution or notice which may be or come to be in force, subject to any road widening or improvement schemes, land charges and statutory provision or byelaws without any obligation on the Vendors to specify them.

Boundaries,Roads & Fences - The Purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the Vendor nor their agents will be responsible for defining ownership of the boundary fences or hedges.

Rights Of Way And Easements - The property will be sold subject to any wayleaves, public or private rights of way, easements and covenants and all outgoings whether mentioned in these sale particulars or not.

Services - We understand that the farmhouse has the benefit of mains water, electricity and gas. Drainage is to a private system.

Tenure - The property is said to be of freehold tenure and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase.

Local Authority - Cheshire and Cheshire West Council, 58 Nicholas Street, Chester, CH1 2NP Tel:

Council Tax - The property is in Band ' F ' on the Cheshire West and Chester Council Register.

Viewings - By appointment through Halls, The Square, Ellesmere, Shropshire. Tel: .

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 17 1350000Cheshire Lamont, Tarporleyrightmove

Tenure: Freehold


This well-presented Detached 4 Bedroom Family Property has been comprehensively refurbished over recent years creating an attractive home situated within a small cul-de-sac with South facing rear garden. Within a short walk of Malpas High Street and both the local primary and Bishops Heber secondary school.


Location 
The prosperous village of Malpas with its bustling High Street, historic church and the highly sought-after Bishops Heber High School. Outstanding walks can be enjoyed from the property or alternatively just a short drive to the Bickerton and Peckforton Hills (3 miles) where one can pick up the Sandstone Trail and enjoy far reaching views across the Cheshire Plain and Welsh Hills. There are many recreational facilities available within the area including golf clubs, cricket, tennis, football, hockey and rugby clubs as well as horse riding schools. The historic City of Chester is just 15 miles. Malpas Village centre 200 meters, Whitchurch 5.5 miles, Wrexham 12 miles, Nantwich 13 miles, Chester 15 miles.

Accommodation 
A part glazed panel front door opens to the Reception Hall which is finished with a wooded floor, a staircase rising to first floor with useful storage cupboard beneath and a Cloakroom off, fitted with low level WC pedestal wash hand basin and tiled floor. The well-proportioned Living Room 6.0m x 4.3m makes an attractive reception room with plenty of natural light, and a feature Inglenook style fireplace with gas point which could accommodate a log burning stove, if desired. A set of glazed panel double doors open to the Kitchen Diner 5.4m x 3.5m which comfortably accommodates an 8 to 10-person dining table.

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The Kitchen is fitted with shaker style wall and floor cupboards complemented by timber effect work surfaces. a range cooker with a double oven and five burner gas hob with extractor above. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge freezer. Glazed double doors open onto a South facing paved Sitting/Entertaining Area with lawned gardens beyond. A timber floor runs throughout the kitchen and continues into the Utility Room 2.6m x 1.4m which is fitted with additional wall and floor cupboards and a timber work surface incorporating a second sink unit, there is plumbing for a washing machine, door to the rear garden and further door to the integral garage.

First Floor 
To the first floor there are four generous double bedrooms and two bath / shower rooms. The Master Bedroom 4.4m x 3.7m (overall), is situated to the front of the property and includes a well-appointed En-suite Shower Room fitted with a large shower facility, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and finished with a tiled floor. Bedroom Two 5.3m x 2.7m is a large second bedroom being situated above the garage and has windows to two elevations. Bedroom Three 3.8m x 2.8m and Bedroom Four 2.9m x 2.5m both overlook the rear garden. The Family Bathroom comprises panel bath with mixer tap serving shower head, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and tiled floor.

Externally 
To the front of the property there is a briquet driveway which provides parking for 3/4 cars (nose to tail), and also gives access to a Single Garage 5.3m x 2.7m. Access can be taken along the side of the property to the attractive enclosed South facing rear garden which is principally laid to lawn incorporating raised stocked borders, along with a paved Sitting/Entertaining Area which can be directly accessed from the Kitchen Diner.

Directions 
From the monument in the centre of Malpas proceed up the High street turning right into Chester Road and proceed for approximately 250 meters turning right into Greenfields Lane and then take first right into Barnmoore Close the property will be found on the left hand side.

Services (Not Tested) / Tenure 
Mains Water, Electricity, Gas and Drains. / Freehold.

Viewing 
Strictly by Appointment Only with Cheshire Lamont Tarporley.

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 14 385000Get Moving Estate Agents, Whitchurchrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

GENERAL An attractive detached double fronted, Victorian country house which occupies a good-sized plot, extending to just under half an acre overall and many would argue that rural locations such as this, don't get any better!
The room sizes are spacious and evenly proportioned, so it will undoubtedly appeal to families and the headline feature has to be '3 reception rooms and 4 double bedrooms'. Parking shouldn't be an issue either - you can virtually park a small fleet of vehicles in the courtyard and driveway and there is a useful/substantial detached brick store.
Location-wise, if you choose to live here, you may very well feel that you are on holiday, but in reality, you will be very well placed for travel into Cheshire, Shropshire and North Wales. It is about 3 miles from Malpas, 8 miles from Whitchurch, 10 miles from Wrexham and 15 miles from Chester. 

ENTRANCE PORCH/CONSERVATORY 12' 1" x 10' 0" (3.68m x 3.05m) Ceramic tiled floor and radiator. 

INNER HALL Ceramic tiled floor and staircase to first floor. 

SITTING ROOM 14' 1" x 13' 10" (4.29m x 4.22m) Fireplace with cast iron log burning stove, front and side facing double glazed windows, double radiator and built-in cupboard under stairs. 

INNER LOBBY 13' 11" x 6' 4" (4.24m x 1.93m) Slate tiled floor, archways to dining room and kitchen. Rear facing double glazed window and door to utility room. 

KITCHEN 13' 10" x 11' 8" (4.22m x 3.56m) Refitted. Sink and drainer inset in working surfaces with drawers and cupboards below, Rangemaster free-standing electric range style cooker with 5 ring electric hob, plus hot plate with electric ovens and grill below and illuminated extractor canopy above, wall cupboards, side facing double glazed window, slate tiled floor and double radiator. 

DINING ROOM 14' 11" x 9' 6" (4.55m x 2.9m) Side facing double glazed window, slate tiled floor, 2 wall light points, radiator and archway to: - 

STUDY AREA 9' 0" x 3' 11" (2.74m x 1.19m) Slate tiled floor and side facing double glazed door to garden. 

LOUNGE 14' 11" x 13' 9" (4.55m x 4.19m) Fireplace with open grate on marble hearth, front facing double glazed window, 4 wall light points and double radiator. 

UTILITY/REAR PORCH 23' 8" x 7' 3" (7.21m x 2.21m) Tiled floor, rear facing single glazed windows and door to garden, stainless steel sink and drainer inset in base unit with cupboards, storage and plumbing for washing machine below. Side facing double glazed window. 

SEPERATE W/C 5' 11" x 3' 0" (1.8m x 0.91m) Close coupled WC, side facing window and quarry tiled floor. 

BOOT ROOM 7' 11" x 7' 3" (2.41m x 2.21m) Quarry tiled floor, single glazed window and free-standing oil central heating boiler. 

FIRST FLOOR  

LANDING Front facing double glazed window, loft access hatch and radiator. 

BEDROOM ONE 15' 4" x 13' 9" (4.67m x 4.19m) Front facing double glazed window and radiator. 

BEDROOM TWO 15' 0" x 13' 9" (4.57m x 4.19m) Front facing double glazed window and radiator. 

BEDROOM THREE 14' 0" x 12' 0" (4.27m x 3.66m) Side facing double glazed window and radiator. 

BEDROOM FOUR 14' 0" x 11' 7" (4.27m x 3.53m) Side facing double glazed window and radiator 

FAMILY BATHROOM 9' 3" x 6' 4" (2.82m x 1.93m) Refitted. White suite comprising free-standing bath having floor mounted bath/shower mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. 2 Rear facing double glazed windows, ceramic tiled floor, chrome towel rail/radiator and airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder and immersion heater. 

EXTERNAL Long tarmac/gravel driveway leads to the rear courtyard with off-road parking for numerous vehicles.

Enclosed brick built store with light, power, 2 side facing windows and door from courtyard..

Lawned front and side gardens screened by mature trees, hedges and post and rail fences with views over open countryside. Bushes, shrubs, cold water tap and paved side patio. 

SERVICES Mains electricity. Private water supply via bore hole. Septic tank drainage. 

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2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 14 168500Open House Estate Agents , Nationwiderightmove

Tenure: Freehold

OPEN HOUSE are extremely pleased to present this lovely Semi-detached property for sale, situated in a QUIET CUL-DE-SAC location, and features a LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN DINER, TWO BEDROOMS, Family bathroom. Along with the GARAGE there is OFF ROAD PARKING for 2/3 vehicles.

Malpas village centre is within easy walking distance, and has become the place to be in this part of Cheshire, with a diverse range of retail outlets.

Schooling could not be better catered for, there is pre-schooling and an excellent primary school at Malpas Alport which has sustained good ofsted reports. You cannot mention Ofsted without bringing up Bishop Heber the local comprehensive secondary school and specialist language college which has received outstanding Ofsted reports with people eager to get into its catchment area.

Easy access onto the A41 and A49 to Wrexham, Shropshire, Telford, Chester and Crewe. With the A41 South leading to the M54, M6 and Birmingham and North to the M53, M56 Liverpool and Manchester allied with the railway links of Chester, Whitchurch and Crewe you are ideally placed for all points of the compass.

Kitchen 3.59m (11' 9") x 4.58m (15' 0")
A light and airy room that has been extended and overlooks the rear garden. The kitchen comes with a range of base and wall units with space for washing machine, fridge/freezer and cooker. Purpose built pantry storage and sink and drainer.


Rear Porch 1.49m (4' 11") x 1.51m (4' 11")
From the Kitchen you are lead to the rear porch which has access to the garden and covered area.

Covered Area
A fantastic usable extra space. This fully covered area is perfect as a potting shed, utility area, or just extra storage. You can also enter the garage from this area.

Living Room 4.06m (13' 4") x 4.51m (14' 10")
The living room is filled with natural light from the window overlooking the driveway. A 1/2 glass door leads into the kitchen. There is extra open storage space underneath the stairs. Worcester heating thermostat. The stairs lead up to the first floor.

Entrance Hall 1.51m (4' 11") x 1.08m (3' 7")
When first entering the property you are welcomed into the entrance hall complete with solid wooden door and tiled flooring.

Landing and Stairs
Carpeted stairs lead up to the first floor and onto the properties two bedrooms and bathroom. Loft Access.

Bedroom One 3.63m (11' 11") x 2.98m (9' 9")
Following the trend for this property the master bedroom is flooded with natural light from the window overlooking the driveway. There is a built in storage cupboard, perfect for use as a wardrobe.

Bedroom Two 2.15m (7' 1") x 3.17m (10' 5")
Bedroom two can be found to the rear of the property. With window overlooking the rear garden and a large built in wardrobe.

Bathroom
A spacious bathroom with electric shower over the bath, W.C and hand basin on pedestal. Tiled splash back. A window with privacy glass overlooks the rear garden.

Garden
A fully enclosed rear garden with mature plants. There is both lawned and patio areas.

Garage 2.46m (8' 1") x 5.66m (18' 7")
This good sized garage has full electrics and lighting and also houses the properties Worcester boiler.

Driveway
To the front of the property there is ample parking for 2/3 cars with a gravelled area as well as driveway. Access to the garage can be gained through the up and over door.


4 Bedroom Equestrian Facility For Sale
4 bedroom equestrian facility for sale 35 750000Jackson Property, Shrewsburyrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Approximate distances in miles: Malpas 2m | Broxton 3m | Tattenhall 6m | Whitchurch 7m | Wrexham 11m | Chester 14m | Manchester Airport 40m | Liverpool 40m 

Location Stable Cottage is situated just outside the very popular country village of Malpas, south Cheshire. Malpas provides many of your daily requirements and has some very popular shops including a bakery, barbers, beauticians, convenience stores, doctor's surgery, nursing home and an impressive church. For more comprehensive services, the former market town of Whitchurch is just 7 miles away, offering supermarkets and national retailers as does Chester which is 14 miles away. Beyond this there are several out of town retail parks, including Cheshire Oaks at Ellesmere Port.

Schooling is well provided for with state primary schools in Malpas, Bickerton and Tilston. The Bishop Heber High School in Malpas has an Ofsted rating of 'Outstanding'. There are also private schools locally including the White House at Whitchurch, Abbeygate College at Saighton, Ellesmere College and the King's & Queen's Schools in Chester.

There are excellent communication links with easy access from the A41 to the M53 and M56 to the North and M54 to the south giving commutable journeys to Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham. London Euston can be reached within 1hour 41mins and 2 hours from Crewe and Chester railway stations respectively. For travel further afield Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester International Airport are within 36 and 40 miles respectively.

On the recreational front there is a sports club in Malpas offering football, cricket & tennis and locally golf courses at Carden Park, Aldersey Green and Hill Valley. Locally, there is horseracing at Chester & Bangor-On-Dee and hunting with the Wynnstay and Cheshire Hunt. A range of top class equestrian centres and venues for training and competitions are all within easy reach from the property, including Tushingham Arena (4 miles) and Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre (17 miles). 

Description The property was originally converted in 2010 and subsequently extended in 2015 to provide the current four bedroom barn conversion being offered to the market. Being of brick construction with white wash painted frontage and exposed brick extension all having a slate roof covering utilising many of the original barn features. The extension has an overhang canopy with oak frame timbers over the patio and timber bi-folding doors, which lead out onto this area from both the living room and kitchen, allowing the property to open up onto the front gardens for entertaining.

A timber and glazed front door leads into the reception hallway with space for boots and coats having access to the utility room, sitting room and kitchen with stairs to first floor level.

Leading from the entrance hall, a lovely open plan kitchen/breakfast room has a central island unit and Indian sandstone floor, warmed by the underfloor heating. An electric Esse cooker with two 'Aga' like hot plate rings and two ovens below is set within an exposed brick inglenook with oak mantel above fitting with the exposed ceiling timbers throughout. There are a range of floor mounted units having a solid granite worktop with inset Belfast sink and tiled splashback with space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. A pantry cupboard under the stairs provides further storage space. The kitchen area extends with space for a large farmhouse table and chairs which leads onto the oak panelled door to the living room and stairs to the first floor landing from the kitchen. The living room is spacious and has exposed ceiling timbers and a feature brick fireplace under an impressive reclaimed oak mantel with log burning stove within which has a back boiler to assist with the central heating and hot water. Timber framed bi-folding doors allow vast light into the room, similarly in the kitchen that both lead out to the front gardens and patio providing good circulation between the kitchen and living room, perfect for entertaining inside and out.

The sitting room to the other end of the house, off the main entrance hall provides a second reception room, office or 5th bedroom as this has access to the utility room and w.c having plumbing for a shower and can be used as a ground floor bedroom, if required.

Stairs lead from both the kitchen and the main entrance hall to first floor level. The master bedroom is an excellent size with large Velux roof lights within the sloping ceiling and enjoying the excellent views over the property's land and countryside beyond. The master has a spacious en-suite bathroom with separate bath and shower unit.

The guest bedroom has a neat en-suite bathroom and exposed ceiling timbers. The family bathroom again enjoying exposed ceiling timbers with bath and shower, serving the third and fourth bedrooms. These bedrooms both have space for double beds and exposed ceiling timbers. Bedroom four can be accessed from either landing and connects the two first floor landings.  

Externally There are south facing gardens to the front of the property, which are laid to lawn with hedge perimeter, providing good privacy. There is an oak framed hot tub area with plumbing and mains power connected, timber decked floor and slate tiled roof which sets in well to the house.

The entrance drive splits to the house and down to the stables, by the house a three bay oak framed car port provides cover and storage adjacent to the house with separate rear gardens behind. This area has a small orchard of various fruit trees, poly tunnel and raised beds along with a chicken run.

The property benefits from having some excellent equestrian facilities, including an indoor school and a separate manege. The stable yard is within an open fronted barn having block built internal walls with steel framed fronts. There are six large stables, a separate wash box with hot and cold water along with storage for hay and storage above the stables as well. A secure tack room has power and plumbing connected for a washing machine. The stables and surrounding buildings are all set on a concrete floor and frontage under the lean to canopy.

The workshop building (30' x 30') is adjacent to the stable buildings and has two large front double doors, as well as a pedestrian door to the side.

A large hardstanding area to the front of all the buildings provides good space for storage, parking and circulation with access to the manege and paddocks beyond.

All the paddocks have post and rail fencing and water connected.

The indoor school (39m x 17m) is within a steel portal framed building and has timber panel kick boards and lights. The surface is silica sand and granules providing a good all year round facility to use.

The manege (39m x 38m) has a silica sand and fibre surface with post and rail perimeter fence.

A large muck clamp with concrete panelled sides and floor.  

Land The property totals approximately 5.80 acres and there are various sized grass paddocks which lead off from the buildings. The paddocks have automatic water troughs connected and the perimeter fencing is a combination of post and rail fencing and mature hedges with a small coppice at the far end of the property. 

Directions The property benefits from two accesses, one being directly off the A41 owned by the property and the other having a right of access with the neighbour over a back drive. We advise to use the back drive when visiting the property and not to access directly from the A41. Following the A41 South from Chester, on reaching the Hampton Heath roundabout (between Malpas and Bickerton) by the 'Forts of India' restaurant take the fourth exit onto Witney Lane. Follow this road straight on for less than a mile and the entrance to the back drive of the property will be found on the left hand side. Access through the automatic gates and follow the drive down to the buildings where you will enter the property to the left after a small brick barn.  

Services Mains water and electricity, private drainage via a septic tank.
Oil fired central heating and hot water assisted by the log burning stove in the living room.
Under floor heating in the kitchen and radiators elsewhere throughout the property.
Double glazed windows throughout.
EPC rating C 

Local Authority Cheshire West & Chester, Council Tax Band - A,

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5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 15 369995Bovis Homes Merciarightmove


This home offers great living space with stylish and flexible areas suitable for the whole family. Enjoy the view to the garden from the dining area and the spacious living room that connects through – opening the space up to its best potential. Hide the appliances away in a utility room complete with sink, toilet and storage and for those that work at home you can use the study room.

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Located close to the Welsh border Hampton Lea offers a range of spacious family homes in a popular village location. The local school is outstanding and well sought-after making it ideal for the youngsters and the local community offers creative classes and family friendly activities.




Our new range has just launched here which includes new layouts and design! We've just upgraded the new playground area and we also have bat boxes situated in the trees to encourage local wildlife and nature.




This small and pretty development offers fantastic views across green fields and is the ideal place to grow your family.



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Room Dimensions

Ground Floor
  • Kitchen/dining area - 8.00 x 3.60m ( 26' 3" x 11' 10")
  • Sitting room - 5.80 x 3.80m (19' 0" x 12' 6")
  • Study - 2.54 x 2.12m (8' 4" x 6' 11")
First Floor
  • Bedroom 1 - 3.88 x 3.62m (12' 8" x 11' 11")
  • Bedroom 2 - 3.08 x 3.01m (10' 1" x 9' 10")
  • Bedroom 3 - 3.62 x 2.70m (11' 11" x 8' 10")
  • Bedroom 4 - 3.05 x 2.97m (10' 0" x 9' 9")
  • Bedroom 5 - 3.05 x 2.18m (10' 0" x 7' 2")


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 22 550000Cheshire Lamont, Tarporleyrightmove

Tenure: Freehold


Yew Tree Cottage is a beautifully presented 4 Bed Cottage which in part dates back to the mid-1600's. The property has been sympathetically remodelled and refurbished to a high specification, retaining many original features. There are front and rear gardens, in addition to extensive off-road parking and garaging.


Location 
The prosperous village of Malpas with its bustling High Street, historic church and the highly sought-after Bishops Heber High School. Outstanding walks can be enjoyed from the property or alternatively just a short drive to the Bickerton and Peckforton Hills (3 miles) where one can pick up the Sandstone Trail and enjoy far reaching views across the Cheshire Plain and Welsh Hills. There are many recreational facilities available within the area including golf clubs, cricket, tennis, football, hockey and rugby clubs as well as horse riding schools. The historic City of Chester is just 14 miles. Malpas Village centre 200 meters - Whitchurch 5.5 miles Wrexham 12 miles - Nantwich 13 miles - Chester 15 miles

Accommodation 
An Oak-framed canopy porch over the front door, opens into the Sitting Room with exposed ceiling beams and polished oak floorboards, which run through to the Dining Room and Kitchen. The Sitting Room 4.36m x 5.80m has a central chimney breast linking the Kitchen, housing a double-sided Stovax wood-burning stove. Off the Sitting Room is a Dining Room 4.36m x 3.20m which featurs an open cast-iron fireplace with marble mantel and York stone hearth. The Dining Room offers space for a substantial dining table, ideal for formal entertaining. At the opposite end of the house the Breakfast Kitchen 4.46m x 4.96m is fitted with bespoke Shaker-style cabinets with granite work surfaces, including a central island with breakfast bar. A twin oven gas Aga, with a back-up gas hob and built-under electric oven.

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Additional appliances include a dishwasher, Rangemaster wine fridge and American-style fridge freezer with ice-making facility. To the rear of the house the Snug 3.44m x 4.4m features an Inglenook fireplace featuring a Jotul wood-burning stove within an exposed brick chimneypiece. Stone-flagged flooring runs into the adjoining contemporary Garden Room 5.45m x 2.25m, which has bi-fold doors opening onto a stone-paved terrace with arbour. Also to the ground floor there is a Boot Room incorporating a WC and wash hand basin. Accessed from the Snug, enclosed steps lead down to a useful Cellar 4.18 x 3.06m, currently being used as a games room, offering a multitude of uses such as home gym or just additional storage.

First Floor Accommodation 
The first-floor accommodation is inter-linked, the property benefits from two staircases including an ornate spiral staircase from the Sitting Room. The Master Bedroom 4.46m x 4.96m benefits from built-in wardrobes and has an En-Suite Shower Room with walk-in shower enclosure, wash hand basin, low level WC and chrome heated towel rail. Bedroom Two 4.57m x 3.37m also offers En-Suite Shower facilities and there are two further generous Double Bedrooms. Bedroom Three 4.36m x 3.19m overlooks the front gardens, Bedroom Four 4.27m x 3.63m has the advantage of an Adjoining Room 3.61m x 2.86m, having restricted headroom, which could be used as a nursery, dressing room or occasional Bedroom. The Family Bathroom includes a contemporary free-standing oval bath, corner shower cabinet and heritage-style WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Externally 
A brick retaining wall with beech picket fencing with a gate opening onto a stone pathway to the front door. The front cottage gardens are laid to lawn with floral borders, including poppies, rose and a mature yew tree. A stone paved pathway leads to the side of the house giving access to an extensive south-west facing terrace with well-stocked borders. Vehicular access is to the western side of the house leading to an extensive gravel courtyard to the rear and parking for four vehicles, which in turn gives access to the attached Single Garage. Beyond the hard standing there is a landscaped garden, laid to lawn with deep stocked borders, with a small ornamental pond. The garden also includes an aluminium-framed greenhouse and raised vegetable beds.

Directions 
From the Monument in the centre of Malpas, turn right into Church Street, past the Church on your right and continue down Church Street. The property is situated on the left-hand side.

Services (Not Tested) 
Mains Gas, Electric, Water and Drains are connected.

Tenure 
Freehold

Viewings 
Strictly by appointment with the Agents Tarporley office.

6 Bedroom Farm House For Sale
6 bedroom farm house for sale 20 1649500Barbers Rural Consultancy LLP, Market Draytonrightmove

Brookside Farm enjoys a semi-rural position within the adjacent hamlets of Cuddington and Chorton. Although small, Cuddington and Chorlton have a strong community ethos which centres around the village hall. Nearby Malpas has a range of local shops, restaurants, pubs and amenities including two small supermarkets and is home to an impressive, and well-supported, 14th Century church. The market town of Whitchurch was described in The Times:

"Few market towns are as unsullied as Whitchurch, in Shropshire. This is another place with a big heart, where church and community groups have been working tirelessly to help those in need during the Covid-19 crisis. The surrounding countryside is a rolling delight. It feels reassuringly remote despite being only 20 minutes by rail to Crewe, from where you can get pretty much anywhere by train."

The historic City of Chester, which boasts defensive walls constructed by the Romans, provides extensive shopping along with a broad range of commercial and social facilities.

The area is extremely well served educationally with a superb selection of both primary and secondary state and private schools with the well respected Bishop Heber High School and Malpas Alport Primary School being only two miles distant.

The local area is steeped in history and natural beauty. The Sandstone Trail is considered by many to provide the best walking in South Cheshire and there are a number of footpaths and bridlepaths, including the lengthy Bishop Bennett Way, criss-crossing the surrounding farmland. There are a plethora of equestrian facilities in the vicinity and the network of quiet country lanes and bridlepaths surrounding the property offer excellent opportunities for riding out.

With excellent road links and nearby rail links, along with a number of international airports within 1.5 hours' drive, this property would be ideal for those needing to commute further afield for work. This attractive area combines the best of both worlds offering the opportunity for a truly rural lifestyle whilst still being within close proximity of urban facilities.

This attractive and imposing period farmhouse offers a blank canvas for buyers to renovate and modernise the property completely to their own tastes, having not been occupied for a number of years. There are a wealth of original features throughout the property which could be enhanced to reinstate the property to its former glory. Externally these include decorative chimneys and leaded sash windows. Internally there are attractive tiled floors, exposed beams and open fireplaces.

The ground floor is formed around a central reception hall which gives access to the four main reception rooms with the current kitchen and utility room situated in a single storey lean to on the side of the house. Three bedrooms are found to the first floor all of which have the benefit of built in wardrobes and these are serviced by a substantial sized bathroom and a separate WC. A further staircase leads to the second floor, and whilst currently divided in to three attic rooms these could readily be altered to provide further accommodation.

The farm benefits from a range of traditional brick farm buildings with potential for continued agricultural or equestrian use or conversation to residential dwellings subject to any necessary planning consent. These buildings are located in close proximity to the farmhouse and are formed around a concrete yard. The house and buildings sit in 16.54 Acres.

Mature gardens encircle the house with a cottage-style garden extensively planted with flowering plants and shrubs to the front and a more open-lawned style garden, with stream meandering through, to the rear. A charming fruit tree orchard, which includes apple and pear trees, is found beyond. Mature trees and shrubs border the roadside and ensure that the house has a feeling of total privacy and seclusion. Although these gardens have become somewhat left to their natural course in the last few years it is clear that with some work they could be returned to their original glory.

Additional adjacent land is also For Sale. For more information download the full Sales Brochure.



6 Bedroom Farm House For Sale
6 bedroom farm house for sale 20 11049500Barbers Rural Consultancy LLP, Market Draytonrightmove

Brookside Farm enioys a semi-rural position within the adjacent hamlets of Cuddington and Chorton. Although small, Cuddington and Chorlton have a strong community ethos which centres around the village hall. Nearby Malpas has a range of local shops, restaurants, pubs and amenities including two small supermarkets and is home to an impressive, and well-supported, 14th Century church. The market town of Whitchurch was described in The Times:

"Few market towns are as unsullied as Whitchurch, in Shropshire. This is another place with a big heart, where church and community groups have been working tirelessly to help those in need during the Covid-19 crisis. The surrounding countryside is a rolling delight. It feels reassuringly remote despite being only 20 minutes by rail to Crewe, from where you can get pretty much anywhere by train."

The area is extremely well served educationally with a superb selection of both primary and secondary state and private schools with the well respected Bishop Heber High School and Malpas Alport Primary School being only two miles distant.

The local area is steeped in history and natural beauty. The Sandstone Trail is considered by many to provide the best walking in South Cheshire and there are a number of footpaths and bridlepaths, including the lengthy Bishop Bennett Way, criss-crossing the surrounding farmland. There are a plethora of equestrian facilities in the vicinity and the network of quiet country lanes and bridlepaths surrounding the property offer excellent opportunities for riding out.

With excellent road links and nearby rail links, along with a number of international airports within 1.5 hours' drive, this property would be ideal for those needing to commute further afield for work. This attractive area combines the best of both worlds offering the opportunity for a truly rural lifestyle whilst still being within close proximity of urban facilities.

This attractive and imposing period farmhouse offers a blank canvas for buyers to renovate and modernise the property completely to their own tastes, having not been occupied for a number of years. There are a wealth of original features throughout the property which could be enhanced to reinstate the property to its former glory. Externally these include decorative chimneys and leaded sash windows. Internally there are attractive tiled floors, exposed beams and open fireplaces.

The ground floor is formed around a central reception hall which gives access to the four main reception rooms with the current kitchen and utility room situated in a single storey lean to on the side of the house. Three bedrooms are found to the first floor all of which have the benefit of built in wardrobes and these are serviced by a substantial sized bathroom and a separate WC. A further staircase leads to the second floor, and whilst currently divided in to three attic rooms these could readily be altered to provide further accommodation.

The farm benefits from a range of traditional brick farm buildings with potential for continued agricultural or equestrian use or conversation to residential dwellings subject to any necessary planning consent. These buildings are located in close proximity to the farmhouse and are formed around a concrete yard. The house and buildings sit in 16.54 Acres.

Mature gardens encircle the house with a cottage-style garden extensively planted with flowering plants and shrubs to the front and a more open-lawned style garden, with stream meandering through, to the rear. A charming fruit tree orchard, which includes apple and pear trees, is found beyond. Mature trees and shrubs border the roadside and ensure that the house has a feeling of total privacy and seclusion. Although these gardens have become somewhat left to their natural course in the last few years it is clear that with some work they could be returned to their original glory.

Brookside Farm as a whole totals 62.58 Acres (25.34 Ha). The farm is offered for sale as a whole or in lots dependent on requirements. The land is all in permanent pasture and as such is ideal for grazing of stock or mowing.

Lot One is sold with the benefit of 16.54 Acres (6.69 Ha). A small portion of this land is adjacent to the farm buildings and yard, with the majority found on the other side of the access track. This land is permanent pasture and is split into two parcels.

Lot Two comprises 1.84 Acres (0.74 Ha) of pasture land.
A small parcel of land which is found within close proximity of the hamlet of Chorlton and has frontage to Chorlton Lane.

Lot Three is a separate block of pasture land of 15.08 Acres (6.10 Ha) with access either via the Shocklach Road or via the bridlepath. The field is split in to two parcels.

Lot Four adjoins Lot Three and totals 6.88 Acres (2.78 Ha).

Lot Five is found to the adjacent side of the Shocklach Lane and totals 7.84 Acres (3.17 Ha).

Lot Six is found slightly distant from the main holding being located further along Chorlton Lane. This parcel is split into two paddocks totalling 14.40 Acres (5.83 Ha) and can be accessed via the bridlepath.

For more information please download the full Sales Brochure


3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 12 215000AJ Reid Estate Agents , Whitchurchrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

In property terms, LOCATION is probably one of the paramount features for most people; hence the appeal of this particular property and why the current owner has stayed here for the last 20 years!
It is pleasantly situated in a quiet backwater within an established location, tucked away from the main road that leads into Malpas and yet is within walking distance of the highly acclaimed Bishop Heber High School and Malpas Alport Primary School, whilst also being within easy access of local shops, doctor, dentist, pubs and restaurants.
It is well placed for travel by car for the A41 trunk road, allowing easy access to Chester when heading north and Whitchurch to the south. It is close to the foothills of Wales and nearby scenery is superb.
A further endearing feature of this property is the good sized plot, including a lovely mature rear garden which allows ample scope to extend the house, if required (and subject to obtaining planning consent).


GROUND FLOOR 

Covered Porch 

Entrance Hall 
Staircase to first floor.

Lounge 
12' 11'' x 11' 9'' max (3.93m x 3.58m max)
Exposed brick feature fireplace with open grate and decorative timber surround on quarry tiled hearth, front facing double glazed window, radiator and double doors leading to:-

Dining Room 
9' 10'' x 9' 2'' (2.99m x 2.79m)
Rear facing double glazed window, laminate flooring and radiator.

Kitchen 
9' 3'' x 9' 0'' (2.82m x 2.74m)
Stainless steel sink and drainer inset in rolltop working surfaces having drawers and cupboards below, matching wall cupboards, free-standing electic cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, BAXI wall mounted gas central heating boiler, rear facing double glazed window, external side door and built-in cupboard under stairs.

FIRST FLOOR 

Landing 
Loft access hatch and side facing double glazed window.

Bedroom 1 
11' 8'' x 10' 2'' (3.55m x 3.10m)
Front facing double glazed window, radiator and built-in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted linen shelves.

Bedroom 2 
12' 8'' x 9' 2'' (3.86m x 2.79m)
Rear facing double glazed window and radiator.

Bedroom 3 
9' 0'' x 8' 9'' (2.74m x 2.66m)
Front facing double glazed window, radiator and built-in single bunk bed.

Bathroom 
White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Rear facing double glazed window, part tiled walls and radiator.

OUTSIDE 
Concrete driveway with car parking space leads to the garage. Lawned front garden screened from the road by low wall with wrought iron railings and mature bushes and shrubs. A passageway connects between the garage and the gable end of the property, offering useful enclosed access from the garage to the house and leads to the rear which has a paved patio area. Access to the lawned rear garden is through a honeysuckle covered archway. It is bordered by mature trees and shrubs including philadelphus, clematis, rambling rose and rhododendron. Timber garden shed.

Garage 
25' 6'' x 8' 11'' (7.77m x 2.72m)
Larger than average single garage with light, power, 2 windows, metal up-and-over door plus connecting door to the side passageway.

Services 
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

Central Heating 
Gas fired boiler supplying radiators and hot water.

Agents Note 
The property benefits from replacement reinforced concrete floors on the ground floor in 2000 – works overseen and certificated by a structural engineer.

Directions 
From Whitchurch, head north, along A41 through Grindley Brook, signposted for Chester. Follow this road for just under 4 miles and at the Hampton roundabout, take the first exit, signposted for Malpas. Continue along the road into Malpas itself and after passing Bishop Heber High School (on the right) take the second turning on the right hand side into Oathills and the property is located on the right hand side.

Legislation Requirement 
To ensure compliance with the latest Anti-Money Laundering regulations, buyers will be asked to produce identification documents prior to the issue of sale confirmation.

Brochure 
The property has been inspected by the selling agents prior to Covid-19 lockdown, although room measurements and photographs have been provided by a third party.

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