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GF: Ent Porch, Ent Hall, Dining Room/bedroom four, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Utility, W.C, Study, cloakroom.
FF: Master Bedroom with dressing area, two further bedrooms, family bathroom.
Equestrian facilities and good range of outbuildings
Double carport with attached children’s playroom, timber framed stable block, tack and feed room, workshop.
3 Bay Barn, 2 Bay barn, lambing shed, Hay Barn, Brick outbuilding (currently split into two offices)
Malpas 2m| Whitchurch 4.5m | Nantwich 12m | Chester 17m | Shrewsbury 25m |
Holly House occupies a beautiful rural location off Bradley lane, approximately 2 miles from the village of Malpas which offers a comprehensive range of amenities and recreational facilities. There are easy and convenient links with Whitchurch and Wrexham, whilst Chester is also within a short distance.
On the educational front there is a choice of both private and state schooling; including Kings and Queens, The Firs, and The White House in Whitchurch. Malpas offers well known primary and secondary schools (including Bishop Heber High School) that are renowned as some of the best in Cheshire.
There are excellent communication links with easy access to the A55 expressway serving North Wales and the M56 is within a short distance. Chester Station offers a 2-hour service to London Euston and for travel further afield Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester International Airport within 40 and 45 miles respectively.
For the equestrian enthusiast the area is extremely well situated within the Wynnstay Hunt country; Racing locally is at Chester, Bangor on Dee, Haydock or Aintree; Polo at Cheshire Polo Club in Little Budworth near Tarporley. Tushingham Arena Equestrian Centre, Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre and Somerford Park Equestrian Centre all being within easy reach.
Holly House is a charming period dwelling blessed with a superb location in the rolling Malpas countryside. The black and white timber framed house offers a wealth of period features, exposed ceiling and wall timbers and has been tastefully refurbished.
Externally the property is approached through a five bar wooden gate into a private gravel drive which leads onto a cobbled courtyard. The country garden is private and predominantly laid to lawn with hedge and picket fenced boundary. Holly House benefits from a good selection of outbuildings and a superb rural outlook over its land and beyond.
Main entrance, large porch to the side, tiled floor, door to
Hall hardwood stairs to first floor, tiled floor, exposed wall and ceiling beams.
Dining Room/bedroom four dual aspect windows, tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, feature range.
Sitting Room two windows to side elevation, French doors to garden, oak floor, brick fireplace with multi fuel burner, exposed ceiling beams.
Utility Room external rear half glazed stable style door to garden, tiled floor, built in range of base and eye level units, laminated work surface, single sink, plumbing for washing machine, cupboard.
Study window to side, tiled flooring.
Shower Room window to side, tiled floor, cubicle with electric shower, w.c, wash hand basin, heated towel rail.
Kitchen dual aspect windows, French doors to rear garden, tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, built in range of base and wall mounted units, marble effect work surface, sink and drainer with mixer tap, plumbing for dishwasher, space fridge and microwave, oil fired twin oven Rayburn set within wall recess with oak mantle above, electric oven with 4 ring halogen hob.
From the hall oak stairs lead to
First Floor Landing Velux window, oak floor, doors to:
Bathroom window to side, panelled bath with shower mixer tap, w.c, wash hand basin, fully tiled walls.
Bedroom One window to front, airing cupboard with fitted shelving and hot water tank, space for double bed.
Bedroom Two dual aspect windows, space for double bed.
Master bedroom suite
Bedroom area triple aspect windows, pitch pine floor, built in wardrobes.
Dressing area extensive built in wardrobes, window to side.
The property is approached along a ‘No Through Road’ Council maintained lane which continues past the property to give access to further properties beyond. There is a private brick pillared entrance with a gravel drive leading to a brick paviour courtyard to the side. The front garden includes a lawn bordered by a picket fencing and a high hedge giving privacy to the garden.
Twin Carport having concrete flooring, power and lighting, brick and block construction with pitched slate roof and clock tower. Connecting Children’s Playroom, stable door, carpet, galleried storage, double glazed window to front
3 Bay Barn steel portal frame, half brick walling with Yorkshire boarding and galvanised steel roof. Concrete flooring with 3 dividers, ideal for youngstock pens or large stables, automatic water drinkers.
Further Timber Framed Detached Shed with pitched roof currently split into two pens with concrete flooring and automatic water drinkers.
Lambing Shed 30’ x 18’ Yorkshire boarding with box profile roof, part concrete flooring.
Hay Barn 32’ x 17’1 Yorkshire boarding with box profile roof and concrete base. Power and lighting.
Three Loose Boxes of timber construction under a slate roof, concrete base, power lighting and water. Currently used as Tack Room (bridle and saddle racks), Feed Room and Workshop.
Brick built Outbuilding currently used as two Offices, which has a damp proof course and is fully insulated. Four double glazed windows, double glazed doors, electric fire.
There is approx 8.5 acres of very good predominantly flat land, split into four paddocks with interconnecting gates with hedging and post and rail perimeter fencing. All paddocks have automatic water drinkers.
Cheshire West Council
Tel: 0300 1238123
Council Tax Band E
Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil central heating. Double glazing throughout. EPC – E
From Malpas proceed east bound on the B5395 and after about a mile turn left towards Macefen. Go over the railway bridge and turn immediately right on Chapel Lane. Follow this lane to Holly House which is the first property on the left hand side.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.