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Church Street, Malpas Offers Over £275,000

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  • Mid Terraced Victorian House
  • Spacious And Well Appointed Accommodation
  • 2 Reception Rooms & 3 Bedrooms
  • Faces St Oswalds Church
  • Within Walking Distance Of Shops
  • Catchment Area For Bishop Heber High School
  • Well Presented Accommodation
  • Popular Location
  • Council Tax Band = D

VIDEO AVAIABLE ON REQUEST - May the Lord be with you. Well, you will be very close to him if you choose to live here! Actually this is a lovely setting, within a Conservation Area and right in the heart of Malpas, directly opposite St Oswald's church. From here, this lovely Victorian mid-terraced house is within walking distance of local shops, restaurants and pubs. It is also within the catchment area for the highly acclaimed Bishop Heber High School. One of the main attractions of living in Malpas is the fast road link to the nearby market town of Whitchurch in the south, Wrexham to the west and the city of Chester to the north. There is a real sense of 'community' here and there is very pretty surrounding countryside with the foothills of Wales to the west. The attractive elevations (complete with coat of arms, no less!) are a forerunner to the well appointed accommodation to be found within. The first notable feature is the spacious entrance hall with its ornate timber wall panelling and staircase with its attractive spindles and balustrade. There are 2 separate reception rooms, which is typical of properties from this era and the kitchen has space for a small table and 4 chairs and has a recently fitted enclosed uPVC porch off. Upstairs, the split-level landing is light and airy and there are three bedrooms, the two at the front taking full advantage of the views towards the church, whilst the bedroom at the rear has far reaching open views in the distance. You could virtually hold a party in the spacious bathroom it's so large and the free-standing bath with its exposed gleaming 'ball-and-claw' feet is sure to impress. Now for the really good bit - there is a small, easily managed yard at the rear, so you won't spend all your time toiling in the garden, although if you do feel the need to 'get out', there is a lawned area of 'common land' directly to the rear of the gated rear pedestrian access. Whilst there is no immediate car parking outside the house, there is space nearby and the current owner does not find this to be an 'issue'. We genuinely rate this spacious home, but don't just take our word for it, give us a call and take a look for yourselves.


GROUND FLOOR

Storm Porch

Spacious Entrance Hall

Original timber wall panels with ornate features, uPVC double glazed front door, radiator and staircase to first floor with storage cupboard below.

Sitting Room

14' 4'' into bay x 13' 3'' (4.37m into bay x 4.04m)

Front facing bay window, corniced ceiling and radiator.

Dining Room/Living Room

12' 10'' x 11' 0'' max (3.91m x 3.35m max)

Corniced ceiling, rear facing window, full height built-in dresser cupboards and radiator.

Kitchen

14' 6'' x 9' 9'' (4.42m x 2.97m)

Belfast sink and solid wood worktops having cupboards below. Matching base units and wall cupboards, inglenook with tiled interior and incorporating 4 ring stainless steel gas hob with illuminated extractor hood above and electric double oven and grill below. Rear and side facing windows, ceramic tiled floor and radiator. Double glazed sliding doors lead to: -

Enclosed Rear Porch/Seating Area

8' 8'' x 3' 6'' (2.65m x 1.07m)

uPVC double glazed sliding door leading to the rear yard.

FIRST FLOOR

Split-Level Landing

Roof skylight window and loft access hatch.

Bedroom 1

13' 3'' x 11' 2'' (4.04m x 3.40m)

Original cast iron fireplace with open grate, double door built-in wardrobe, front facing window, loft access hatch and radiator.

Bedroom 2

12' 3'' x 11' 1'' (3.73m x 3.38m)

Cast iron fireplace with open grate, rear facing window, double door built-in wardrobe and radiator.

Bedroom 3

13' 4'' x 6' 0'' (4.06m x 1.83m)

Front facing window and radiator.

Family Bathroom

White suite comprising free-standing bath with chrome 'ball-and-claw' feet plus central mixer tap and shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Side facing window, extractor fan, part tiled walls, radiator and double door full height built-in airing cupboard with slatted linen shelves. Leads to:-

Shower/Utility Room

8' 9'' max x 4' 11'' (2.66m max x 1.50m)

An irregular shaped room, located off the bathroom and having corner shower cubicle with mains mixer shower unit and worktop with storage and plumbing for washing machine below, rear facing window, part tiled walls and wall mounted gas central heating boiler.

OUTSIDE

Easily managed forecourted front garden. Enclosed rear yard with raised flower beds, Indian stone paved patio and side path. Pedestrian gate to the 'common land' at the rear.

Services

Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

Services

Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

Central Heating

Gas fired boiler to radiators and also supplying the domestic hot water.

Tenure

Freehold.

Council Tax

Cheshire West & Cheshire Council. Council tax band D.

Directions

From Whitchurch head North along A41, out of the town and into Grindley Brook. Turn left at The Horse and Jockey public house and follow the lane (B5395) for about 3.5 miles into Malpas. Turn left at the obelisk into Church Street and the property is located after a short distance on the left hand side, opposite St Oswald's Church.

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Church Street
Malpas SY14 8PA
County: Cheshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 1856
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