Cholmondeley 1m | Whitchurch 8m | Malpas 8m | Tarporley 8m | Nantwich 8 miles | Chester 18m | Manchester 43m | Liverpool 36 miles
Roseground Farm is located along Chorley Green Lane, only a short distance from the A49. Its location offers the best of both worlds, being a rural and tranquil setting, yet within easy access to local towns and villages. Local shops can be found in the nearby Cholmondeley and Wrenbury, whilst further amenities are available in the nearby village of Malpas or the market town of Whitchurch. The property is located only a short distance from Cholmondeley, which offers an awarding wining pub and the popular Cholmondeley Castle and Gardens.
In terms of transport links, Roseground Farm is located less than a mile from the A49, being a main trunk road running through Cheshire. The property is also just a short distance from the A41 linking Whitchurch to Chester and beyond to Liverpool. Whitchurch has a popular train station linking Shrewsbury to Crewe, where further express trains to London, Liverpool and Manchester are available.
On the educational front, there are a number of primary and secondary schools located in Whitchurch and Malpas. The property being located within the catchment area for the popular Bishop Heber High School. Further afield there are both private and comprehensive schools available, including the well know Queens and Kings in Chester and Ellesmere College. All of which are served by local school bus runs.
There are several golf courses locally at Whitchurch and Carden Park. The area has plenty of sporting clubs available, including Whitchurch Rugby Club, Malpas Football club and Cholmondeley Cricket and Tennis Clubs. There are gym and spa facilities in Whitchurch and plenty of well know footpaths in the area.
The area is ideal for the equestrian enthusiast, with plenty of hacking along the local country roads to arena and fun ride facilities at the local Marbury Equestrian Centre and Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre. Southview equestrian centre is only a short distance, which also offers plenty of events and facilities.
Roseground Farm is located off Chorley Green Lane, via wrought-iron electric gates. The entrance to the property has a large sweeping driveway, with plenty of space for turning vehicles.
The former farmhouse is an ideal family home with original beams and rural charm running throughout. Built with brick and rendered elevations under a slate roof, it offers the perfect rural location yet within a short distance to local amenities.
The property is entered via an oak porchway leading into the welcoming entrance hall, ideal for entertaining. Off the entrance hall is the double aspect living room with feature fireplace and woodburner. Adjacent the living room is a large study and formal dining room, the latter being the centre of the house with access into the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of hand-made wall and base units with integrated appliances and a separate 6 x hob range. The Kitchen has a back door with an oak framed porch and a good-sized utility with kitchen units, plumbing for washing machines and a separate WC and access to the side of the property. A morning room/conservatory with excellent views and a separate WC and cloakroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
Adjoining the kitchen is a smart double garage with tiled flooring and integrated cupboards along one wall. This space is very practical or alternatively could be considered suitable for a kitchen extension should a purchaser want to make their own improvements to the property.
The first floor boasts 3 double bedrooms, one of which is the master, with the benefit of fitted wardrobes and a large bath en-suite. There is a further family shower room with modern fittings.
The second floor contains 3 double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Roseground Farm has a large parking and turning space to the front and side of the property. There are also mature gardens running around the property, whilst the majority of garden space is located to the rear.
The rear of the property enjoys a westerly view and benefits from the evening sun, perfect for entertaining on the surrounding patio. The garden contains a number of mature trees and boarders with a range of brick buildings for storage. At the bottom of the garden is a large pond, filled with carp and a small island in the centre.
Beyond the pond is a timber range of stables with concrete base and surrounding pad, all well fenced in post and rails. There are 3 stables, tack room and storage space for hay and feed. Beyond a mature hedge is another paddock with great views across to Peckforton and Bickerton hills.
Mains water, electricity, oil fired central heating, LPG gas, and private drainage.
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the sole agents Jackson Property on 01948666695 or 01743709249
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