Constables is delighted to present to the market this most impressive period home situated along a private lane off The Parade, Parkgate.
‘Bracton’ is a substantial residence which dates back to the early 1900s and it has been significantly improved by the current owners with high quality fittings and finishes that synergise perfectly with many retained period features including original doors, panelled walls and fully restored original windows.
The accommodation is incredibly spacious and arranged over three floors. Externally there is an enclosed and private rear garden that has been designed for ease of maintenance with gravel areas and a paved patio. The property also has a garage and outbuilding.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming hallway with parquet flooring and briefly comprises; front sitting room with feature fireplace and space for log burning stove, kitchen-breakfast room with Raeburn oven and separate Smeg electric oven, the kitchen looks into a spacious Amdega orangery with bi-folding doors opening to the rear garden. There is a useful utility room and cloakroom and the ground floor is completed with a large drawing room with panelled walls, wood block flooring and a gas fire.
On the first floor are four good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom. A turned staircase off the landing leads to the second floor where the fifth bedroom is located; this room would also make an ideal home office.
This impressive property must be seen to be appreciated and early viewing is highly recommended.
The property is located in the highly sought after conservation village of Parkgate in Cheshire. Parkgate has a number of restaurants, pubs and cafes and is popular with bird watchers and walkers along The Wirral Way. Neston is a short distance from the property and offers an excellent range of amenities including supermarkets, independent retailers, and a number of restaurants, pubs and cafes. A weekly market is held on a Friday. There are bus links and a train station in the town centre.
Schooling is well provided for with a good selection of schools nearby including Neston High School, Grammar schools in Calday, West Kirby and Wirral, Birkenhead School and closer to Chester; Abbey Gate College and the Kings and Queens, Chester.
On the recreational front there are football, rugby, cricket and tennis clubs locally, sailing on the Dee Estuary and several golf courses including Heswall, Calday and Royal Liverpool at Hoylake. For the equestrian enthusiasts there is racing at Chester and Aintree.
The A540 is approximately 1.5 miles away, this provides access to the national motorway network via the M56. The property is ideally placed for commuting to the major commercial centres of the region including Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.
Approximate Distances: Chester: 11 miles. Liverpool: 12 miles. Liverpool Airport: 30 miles. Manchester Airport: 39 miles. Manchester: 45 miles.
4.22m x 3.99m (13’10” x 13’1″)
3.89m x 3.53m (12’9″ x 11’7″)
6.53m x 5.08m into bay (21’5″ x 16’8″ into bay)
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4.01m x 4.22m (13’2″ x 13’10”)
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3.76m x 3.58m (12’4″ x 11’9″)
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