200-year-old black and white period property, with parking and garden, in the heart of Chester. The perfect location for historians, sports enthusiasts, culinary and cultural connoisseurs alike.
Historic Chester boasts fabulous shopping, culinary delights around every corner, cultural events to attend and attractions to visit. Walk the old city walls, visit the Roman amphitheatre and impressive cathedral, explore the Tudor 'Rows' offering a range of boutiques, interesting shops and galleries whilst the Storyhouse hosts a cinema and theatre. The property is central, with access to a large supermarket just over the road. Stroll beside the River Dee and in Grosvenor Park, take a boat trip or visit world renowned Chester Zoo. Head off to National Trust houses and gardens or to North Wales mountains and coastline, visit the quaint towns and villages of Cheshire and the Wirral. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy Chester Races and golf courses nearby. Liverpool and Manchester are within easy reach, what a great location this is.
This former school house is creatively and stylishly furnished with exposed beams, open fireplace and interesting features throughout. The entrance leads into the spacious lounge with feature fireplace and open fire, comfortable sofas, TV and views over the pretty garden. At the other end of this large room you will find the dining table, well positioned by the window to see views of the secluded courtyard whilst enjoying a meal together. Down a step and in to the kitchen you have all the equipment you need to rustle up a meal with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. There is also a separate WC on the ground floor. Heading up the quirky oak staircase there are two bedrooms, one double and one king-size with stunning views of the city wall and cathedral, both have dual aspect windows, soft linen, quality towels and bathrobes. On this floor is the shower room with shower and WC. Throughout the property there are numerous books and games to enjoy during your stay.
Heading outside, the garden to the front of the house leads down from the gravel parking area with two paths sided by mature shrubs, flower plants and herbs. The secluded courtyard garden is accessed from the kitchen with potted specimen plants, paved area, table, chairs and BBQ, a perfect spot to enjoy refreshment whilst planning your holiday activities. The courtyard is home to beautiful wild flowers, honey suckle and moss which is encouraged by the property's owners. There is private parking for two cars at the property. Easy access to Train and Bus Station ,Please note the caretaker is on site though privacy is assured.