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46 Rope Lane, Wistaston Guide Price £715,000

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An outstanding and most spacious handsome detached double bay fronted Period residence of extraordinary and rare appeal retaining a wealth of character and original features, with superb contemporary aspects standing within large established gardens to quarter of an acre in a wonderful residential location with delightful open countryside views to the rear. Original fireplaces and leaded windows, Oak Herringbone wood block flooring, vaulted open plan living family dining kitchen, laundry room, morning/garden room, dining room, lounge and cloakroom. Master bedroom suite with en suite shower room and first floor garden terrace, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Large garage/workshop. Viewing highly recommended.


An outstanding and most spacious handsome detached double bay fronted Period residence of extraordinary and rare appeal retaining a wealth of character and original features, with superb contemporary aspects standing within large established gardens to quarter of an acre in a wonderful residential location with delightful open countryside views to the rear. Original fireplaces and leaded windows, Oak Herringbone wood block flooring, vaulted open plan living family dining kitchen, laundry room, morning/garden room, dining room, lounge and cloakroom. Master bedroom suite with en suite shower room and first floor garden terrace, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Large garage/workshop. Viewing highly recommended.

Agents Remarks

Salisbury House is a most handsome residence and was constructed in the early 1930's to exacting specifications of that era incorporating and retaining much of its original charm and appeal as well as many original Period features. The house has been subsequently maintained and enhanced in recent years to an incredibly high standard. Wistaston is a highly regarded location and the property is situated nearby to Junior and Senior schooling, Rope Green Medical Centre and shops for day to day requirements.

Property Details

A most handsome recessed porch stands to the front of the property with gabled elevation above and a quarry brick and tiled step leads to a Period lead and stained glass panelled door which leads to:

Glorious Reception Hall

14' 1'' x 10' 8'' (4.28m x 3.24m)

Beautifully appointed with an original Period spindled staircase with exposed panelling, handrail and banisters ascending to first floor, Herringbone Oak block flooring, high coved ceiling, picture rail, column radiator and a door leads to:

Cloakroom

6' 0'' x 4' 8'' (1.83m x 1.42m)

With radiator, WC, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, part tiled walls and picture rail.

From the Reception Hall a panel door leads to:

Lounge

17' 11'' x 12' 6'' (5.47m x 3.82m)

An exception reception room with a double glazed bow window with original Period leaded and stained lights to front elevation, Inglenook fireplace with a grand cast iron grate inset within Welsh marbled slate surround and mantel, two leaded and glazed windows to either side, picture rail, high coved ceiling and glazed sectional doors with leaded and stained glass lights over lead to:

Morning/Garden Room

16' 0'' x 11' 8'' (4.87m x 3.56m)

Impeccably appointed with porcelain tiled flooring throughout, recessed ceiling lighting, sectional glazed arched window to South elevation, column radiator and two uPVC double glazed patio doors with double glazed side panels lead to gardens and terrace.

From the Reception Hall a panel door leads to:

Dining Room

12' 10'' x 12' 5'' (3.9m x 3.78m)

With double glazed bow window incorporating radiator and leaded and stained lights to front elevation, two leaded and stained glass windows to side elevation, living flame gas fire inset within original 1930's Period tiled surround with Oak mantel over, picture rail and coved ceiling.

From the Reception hall a panel door leads to:

Glorious Living Family Dining Kitchen

21' 2'' x 12' 5'' (6.44m x 3.78m)

Impeccably appointed with a uPVC double glazed box bay window to side elevation, Oak Herringbone wood block flooring, column radiator, picture rail and open access to: Kitchen Area With high overhead uPVC double glazed lantern roof, superb range of base and wall mounted units comprising cupboards and drawers, granite working surfaces, under slung Belfast enamel sink, integrated dishwasher, kitchen range, porcelain tiled flooring, kitchen island with granite working surface above and cupboards and drawers beneath, double glazed windows to side and rear elevations, recessed ceiling lighting, column radiator and a panel door leads to:

Inner Hall

With full width fitted pantry cupboards incorporating shelving and an archway leads to:

Laundry/Utility Room

8' 11'' x 10' 8'' (2.72m x 3.24m)

With column radiator, tiled flooring, uPVC double glazed door to outside, uPVC double glazed window, recessed ceiling lighting, tall cupboard, base units with granite working surface and plumbing for automatic washing machine.

Large First Floor Galleried Landing

14' 4'' plus recess x 10' 6'' (4.37m x 3.20m)

With column radiator, thermostat, access to loft, high ceilings picture rail and a double glazed part Oriel window to front gable providing lovely aspects along Rope Lane. The loft is of considerable size and of clear span and high pitch roof line which offers excellent conversion potential.

Master Bedroom

17' 11'' x 12' 6'' (5.47m x 3.82m)

Delightfully appointed with full height and width fitted wardrobes incorporating cupboards above, railing and shelving, central cast iron fireplace with marble hearth, picture rail, double glazed bow window with leaded and stained glass light to front elevation, radiator and a panel door leads to:

En Suite Shower Room

12' 0'' x 5' 2'' (3.66m x 1.57m)

With porcelain tiled flooring, porcelain tiled walls, granite sills, granite topped vanity wash hand basin with cupboards and drawers and WC, large walk in shower cubicle with sliding screen door and tiled enclosure, double glazed windows to rear elevation and a uPVC double glazed door leads to:

Large First Floor Garden Terrace

9' 11'' x 22' 8'' (3.01m x 6.9m)

With low railed walling and providing delightful far reaching views over Cheshire countryside and to the Peckforton Hills and overlooking the rear gardens.

Bedroom Two

12' 10'' x 12' 5'' (3.9m x 3.78m)

With double glazed bow window with leaded and stained glass light to front elevation, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to side elevation and picture rail.

Bedroom Three

10' 11'' x 12' 5'' (3.33m x 3.78m)

With double glazed window to side elevation, uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, radiator and picture rail. This bedroom was formerly divided into two bedrooms and could be re-divided if required.

Bathroom

8' 5'' x 10' 8'' (2.56m x 3.24m)

A superbly appointed bathroom with a P shaped panelled bath incorporating curved shower screen and shower over, granite topped vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, WC, chrome towel radiator and uPVC double glazed windows with granite sills.

Externally

The property stands in delightful bordered established gardens to quarter of an acre with low neat hedging to the front and a brick walled driveway approaches the property from the front leading to a parking area and continues to the side and rear where there is a substantial detached garage. The garden to the front is principally laid to lawn within flowerbeds and borders and access from both sides of the property leads to the rear gardens. The rear gardens enjoy outstanding views and border open fields with an extensive Herringbone brick paved entertaining patio terrace with low brick walling retaining a raised lawned garden area incorporating flowerbeds and borders. A timber garage stands to the side of the property and a further useful garden storage area with timber trelassing and a large paved hardstanding area with timber garden shed.

Detached Garage

A superb Period over-sized garage and workshop with doors to front and ideal for further conversion to large home office/gym if required. With uPVC double glazed windows to side and rear elevations, high vaulted pitched roof with a central King truss, wall lights and a kitchen area fitted with a single drainer sink with mixer tap and cupboards beneath.

Services

All main services are connected (not tested by Cheshire Lamont).

Viewings

Strictly by appointment only via Cheshire Lamont.

Directions

From Nantwich proceed along Crewe Road to the traffic lights at Wells Green and turn right along Rope Lane where the property is situated on the right hand side.


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  • A magnificent double bay fronted detached Period residence
  • In a wonderful residential setting within grounds and gardens to a quarter of an acre
  • With large established rear gardens and entertaining terrace, bordering open fields
  • Affording outstanding original features and character
  • Master bedroom suite with en suite shower room and first floor garden terrace
  • Stunning far reaching rural views over open countryside and to the Peckforton Hills
  • Oak Herringbone wood block flooring, original fireplaces and leaded glazing
  • Large reception hall, open plan lantern vaulted living family dining kitchen, laundry room, cloakroom
  • Spacious principal lounge, dining room, morning/garden room
  • Two further double bedrooms and family bathroom
46 Rope Lane
Wistaston CW2 6RD
County: Cheshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 3301
Jen Page
Cheshire Lamont (North West) Ltd - Nantwich
P: 01270 624441
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