Offers in Excess of £245,000
Offers in Excess of £245,000
Royal Fox Estates are very proud to offer to the open market with no chain this stunning semi detached character cottage that has been extensively refurbished to a very high standard by the present owner. Situated on a private road in the heart of Norley Village the cottage enjoys a double width paved drive to the front with two car parking, and a beautiful south facing cottage style courtyard garden to the rear. The contemporary style and feel exudes throughout the property to include gas fired central heating via a combination boiler, UPVC double glazed windows and 'state of the art' sound & lighting system. More traditional touches to include two wood burning stoves & a quality fitted Walnut kitchen. Briefly comprising: entrance into lounge, separate dining room, quality fitted kitchen with range style cooker, two first floor bedrooms and a bespoke four piece bathroom suite finished in white. The cottage overlooks neighbouring gardens to both the front and rear and is within very easy walking distance of the local convenience store. Norley village is surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside and is situated on the edge of Delamere Forest which hosts a wide range of outdoor activities to include, good walks, horse riding, mountain bikes & 'Go Ape'. For the commuter Norley is very well placed for access by road to the major commercial centres to include, Chester, Liverpool & Manchester. Delamere railway station around 1.5 miles away. Further shopping facilities and services can be found in Kingsley, Cuddington, Frodsham & Northwich. This property really does have it all and the Fox suggests early viewings to avoid disappointment.
Information On Norley Village
Norley lies in rural farmland to the north of Delamere Forest and is connected to the surrounding villages by unclassified roads. To the northwest is Kingsley, to the north Crowton, and to the east are Cuddington and Sandiway. Norley Church of England School was founded in 1883 as a Sunday school and became a day school in 1944. It was paid for by Samuel Woodhouse of Norley Hall and later supported by the Lascelles family of Norley Bank. In 1989 it was replaced by Norley Church of England County Primary School in Hough Lane. In the Domesday Book, Norley was included under the manor of Kingsley. During the reign of Henry III the manor of Norley was granted to Richard de Kingsleigh, and Roger de Norley was granted land within the manor. Later the area was dominated by two estates, Norley Hall and Norley Bank. The Church of St John the Evangelist stands to the northwest of the village. It is a Grade II* listed building dating from 1879 which was designed by J. Loughborough Pearson. In the churchyard is a monument to the Woodhouse family which is listed Grade II.The other Grade-II-listed building in the village is Norley Hall and its adjoining farm. The public house in the village is the Tiger's Head. This was originally a farmhouse and opened as a beerhouse in 1840. There's also a shop called the stores that services the local area.
Lounge 12' 2'' x 12' 1'' (3.71m x 3.68m)
(Measured into alcove) Half glazed wooden entrance door, UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, open plan through to the dining room. Neutral decoration, inset ceiling lights with dimmer switches, feature chimney breast with inset cast iron wood burner standing on a stone hearth, TV point, wood effect floor covering, built in floor to ceiling shelved storage unit & fitted radiator.
Dining Room 9' 10'' x 12' 1'' (3.00m x 3.68m)
(Measured into alcove) Open plan spindle staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, double glazed door opening into the rear garden, neutral decoration, inset ceiling lights with dimmer switches, wood effect floor covering, doorway through to the kitchen, fitted radiator.
Kitchen 16' 6'' x 5' 10'' (5.02m x 1.77m)
Top quality kitchen with an extensive range of Walnut matching wall and base units having complementary rolled edged work tops & concealed LED lighting. Fitted stainless steel sink unit having a mixer tap and fitted five ring Indesit range style cooker with canopy cooker hood above. Integrated appliances include a slim line dishwasher and larder fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for a automatic washing machine, wall mounted 'Worcester' combination boiler, inset ceiling lights, slate tiled flooring with under floor heating, two side facing and one rear facing UPVC double glazed windows, half glazed wooden exit door giving access to the rear garden.
First Floor Landing 9' 0'' x 5' 0'' (2.75m x 1.52m)
Spindle balustrade, neutral decoration, inset ceiling lights, doorways to each of the bedrooms & bathroom.
Master Bedroom 10' 0'' x 12' 1'' (3.04m x 3.68m)
(Measured into alcove) UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, modern decoration, double size room, fitted cast iron wood burner standing on a stone hearth, inset ceiling lights, loft access, telephone point & fitted radiator.
Bedroom Two 12' 1'' x 6' 10'' (3.68m x 2.08m)
(Measured to alcove) Rear facing UPVC double glazed window, modern decoration, fitted radiator.
Bathroom/WC 8' 11'' x 6' 0'' (2.73m x 1.84m)
Side facing UPVC double glazed window, sloping ceiling with inset ceiling lights. Four piece bespoke suite finished in white comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, corner walk in shower cubicle with power shower attachment and a free standing moveable bath with chrome mixer tap. Complementary part tiled walls, quality tiled floor covering & heated towel rail.
To the front is a double width paved driveway allowing for two vehicle parking. To the side are double gates with covered storage area running the length of the property. To the rear is a delightful cottage style south facing garden predominately paved with raised flower beds. Fabulous for Alfresco dining and enjoying the long summer nights, provisions & space have been made for a hot tub
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