2 bedroom end terrace house
Saughall, Chester, Cheshire CH1
- For sale by Fisher German's Online Auction platform
- Which can be found on the Fisher German website
- Bidding is strictly online only with an end date of 12.30pm on 17th December 2019
- Guide Price £75,000 - £90,000
- Kitchen with walk-in pantry
- Utility room/potential bathroom
- 2 bedrooms
- Brick-built workshop
- Brick-built outdoor WC
Cromer sits in an attractive setting within the popular village of Saughall, offering an excellent array of local facilities, including a Co-operative Store, gastropub, pharmacy, doctor's surgery, Village Hall, 2 churches and a primary school. The nearby Greyhound Retail Park, providing extensive shopping opportunities, is within 3 miles.
On the recreational front there is a Golf Driving Range in the vicinity, and the Chester Route 5 Cycle Track is within a short distance.
Saughall is well-placed for commuting to the commercial centres of the North West, with the M56 being within 2.5 miles.
Cromer is an attractive end-terrace property of Cheshire brick construction under natural slate roofing, believed to be pre-Victorian. Whilst the property does require a comprehensive scheme of refurbishment throughout, it does benefit from majority uPVC double-glazing; some having been fitted in 2005 with the remainder in 2013.
A uPVC double-glazed front door opens into the lounge featuring a gas wall fire mounted on a tiled fireplace and hearth. Original quarry tile flooring runs throughout the lounge, with additional period features including built-in cupboards to one recess. At the heart of the property is the kitchen, fitted with a single unit with Belfast sink and electric hot water boiler. Quarry tile flooring runs throughout the kitchen into a walk-in pantry.
To the rear of the property, accessed from outside is a single-storey brick building, offering opportunities to be integrated into the house to create a ground floor bathroom.
A turned staircase rises to the first-floor landing giving access to two bedrooms, each having attractive wide original exposed floorboards.
Cromer sits behind sandstone walling with pedestrian access along the quarry tiled pathway leading to the front door. The front garden is of generous size, currently laid to rough lawn.
A gate to the side gives access to the rear of the property through a covered walkway, leading to a substantial brick-built workshop. To the rear of the house is a hard-landscaped enclosed walled courtyard, with a gateway opening to a further enclosed walled garden, requiring reinstatement.