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Edge Grange Barns, Grange Lane, Tilston, SY14

Guide price £650,000

Under offer

4 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: CHR200050


  • Occupying a peaceful location set back from a quiet country lane.
  • Uninterrupted views across rolling countryside to the Welsh Hills.
  • Open aspect across west facing gardens and views from all principal rooms.
  • Adaptable and spacious accommodation.
  • Scope for home working with ground floor study or 4th double bedroom.
  • Characterful, well appointed and superbly presented throughout.
  • Extensive parking and garaging, also providing good storage.
  • Private and well landscaped gardens.
  • Part of a small, select development of 6 dwellings.


A SPACIOUS AND ADAPTABLE BARN CONVERSION OCCUPYING A LOVELY QUIET POSITION WITH SUPERB VIEWS ACROSS ADJOINING COUNTRYSIDE TO THE WELSH HILLS. DESCRIPTION Bay Tree Barn is a charming attached barn conversion created from a traditional agricultural building. Constructed of brick under a tiled roof the barn was converted in 2009 along with the other farm buildings to form the Edge Grange Barns Development, a select scheme of 6 individual properties. The site is superbly positioned, set well back off a quiet country lane and slightly elevated providing for far reaching views to the south and west. Bay Tree Barn occupies arguably the finest position on the site facing due west and with only two other properties passing it. During the present owner's tenure it has been well maintained and improved. It provides spacious and well appointed accommodation arranged over two floors served by LPG heating, providing an adaptable layout suitable both for family living and a single person or couple. The principal rooms are all across the front elevation taking in plenty of natural light and enjoying the views. The sitting room has a dual aspect onto the courtyard as well as bi-fold doors opening to the garden providing for both indoor and outdoor entertaining space. The kitchen has oak floor, vaulted ceiling, double French doors to the terrace, rear window with shutters overlooking the courtyard, half height feature wall dividing the kitchen from family room with feature beams above and incorporates a range of wall and floor units with cupboards and drawers beneath granite work surfaces, integrated dishwasher, Rangemaster cooker with double oven, grill, warming drawer and 5 ring LPG hob and griddle. The kitchen is open plan to the family room which also has French doors to outside, tiled floor, vaulted ceiling and a brick fireplace with woodburner. These two rooms are of generous proportions and have outstanding views, and provide open plan entertaining space with access to the terrace enabling indoor/outdoor living. The vestibule with half glazed stable door leads to the hall which is in the centre of the property and has a tiled floor with full height window providing views over the garden and countryside. There is a utility room, also with storage and a Worcester boiler, the study has a full height shutter window and oak flooring which could be used as a double bedroom, and a formal sitting room with bi-folding doors to the tawn. At first floor level the landing leads to all the bedrooms having shuttered windows and feature beams. There are three spacious double bedrooms, all having vaulted ceilings and fitted wardrobes and space for freestanding furniture, a family bathroom and en-suite shower room both with quality sanitary ware. The master bedroom is particularly impressive with solid oak fronted fitted wardrobes, uninterrupted panoramic views of the Welsh hills and feature beams. The main bathroom has vaulted ceiling, feature beams, and freestanding double ended bath with a view. LOCATION Bay Tree Barn occupies a rural and extremely peaceful location close to Tilston Village and some 14 miles to the south of the historic city of Chester. The property enjoys a prime position within a small barn conversion development, overlooking private gardens and surrounding countryside. Tilston is a popular village and has a blend of period and modern properties. It provides local services for everyday needs including a shop, pub, playing field and church with nearby Malpas having a more comprehensive range of shops, restaurants, high street banks and doctor's surgery. Chester, Wrexham and Whitchurch are within easy reach offering supermarkets and selection of sporting and leisure facilities. On the recreational front there are several golf courses locally including Carden Park and Aldersey Green together with a sports club in Malpas. For the equestrian enthusiast there is racing at Chester and Bangor on Dee and hunting with Sir Watkin Williams Wynn and Cheshire Beagles. Schooling is well catered for in the area with a primary school in the village along with several private and state schools within easy reach including Bishop Heber High School at Malpas, Kings and Queens in Chester, Abbey Gate College in Saighton Grange and Packwood Haugh at Ruyton XI Towns. COMMUNICATIONS Bay Tree Barn enjoys excellent road communications with the A41 approximately a mile away which connects with the M53/M56 motorways facilitating daily travel to Liverpool and Manchester. The A41 also links with the M54 serving the Midlands and beyond to the M5/M6. There is a fast rail service from Crewe to London Euston and international airports in both Liverpool and Manchester which are 30 and 50 miles respectively. OUTSIDE The property is approached off the gravel drive to a wide gravel parking area which can accommodate several vehicles. Beside the parking is a double garage, which is connected to the garage for the neighbouring property, constructed of brick and block beneath a tiled roof and measuring 18'8" x 18'2" the building has a pair of electric up and over doors and is served with light and power. The gardens are all to the west of the barn and have been well landscaped by the present owners. They comprise a wide lawn sub-divided by a stone flagged path, with brick wall and mature beech hedge on one side and beech hedge on the other side. There is a side access from the terrace through the pedestrian gate and rose arbor to further parking area and brick built utility and storage area. At the end of the lawn is a deep floral border with steps to the parking. Against the building and extending across three quarters of the width of it is an Indian stone flagged terrace from which are wonderful views across the garden and south west facing enjoying outstanding sunsets over the adjoining countryside and to the Welsh Hills.