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High Street, Tarvin, Nr Chester, CH3

Guide price £345,000

2 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: CHR210038


A characterful and very individual former Mill House situated in a picturesque courtyard development with the village conservation area. Description The Mill House forms part of an exceptional restoration project by Matrec Developments and was a finalist in the North West RICS Building Conservation Awards when the scheme was completed in 2009. It forms part of a collection of town houses and cottage on a cobbled cul-de-sac just off the High Street in the centre of the village. The Mill House comprises an attractive 3 storey former mill constructed of brick under a slate roof. It offers well appointed accommodation throughout and retains many original period features with cast iron columns, exposed beams and timbers. From the courtyard a pathway and steps lead down to a shared alleyway, from which there is access to a private outhouse constructed of brick under a slate roof and access to Mill House itself. The front door opens into a hallway with tiled floor, under stairs storage and access to both the kitchen and utility. The kitchen offers open plan living with fitted wall and base units under oak worksurfaces incorporating 5 ring Rangemaster hob, Neff dishwasher and 1½ bowl sink with drainer. The kitchen has a tiled floor with cast iron columns in the centre of the room & exposed beams and extends to a dining and/or sitting area. The utility again has a tiled floor with base units under oak incorporating a sink and has plumbing for both washing machine & tumble dryer. The utility extends into a downstairs w.c./cloakroom with tiled floor, pedestal hand basin and low flush w.c. From the hall, the staircase leads to the first floor from which there is a small boiler/store room and access to the first floor sitting room. The sitting room is a well-appointed room with pine wood floor and panelling with exposed beams & timbers and 3 cast iron columns. The sitting room further extends into a study area which has wiring for internet connections. The staircase continues to the second-floor landing which has exposed trusses and skylights. Bedroom 1 is a double room having exposed trusses and ceiling timbers, with an en-suite shower room beyond containing laminate floor, low flush w.c, tiled shower cubicle, pedestal hand basin and heated towel rail. Similarly, Bedroom 2 offers a double room with exposed ceiling timbers and trusses with an en-suite bathroom, containing laminate floor, integrated bath with part tiled surround and shower fittings, low flush w.c, pedestal hand basin and heated towel rail. Accommodation in Brief • Entrance Hall; Kitchen with Dining Area; Utility; Cloakroom/w.c. • First Floor Sitting Room with Study Area off; Boiler/Store Room/ • Bedroom 1 with en-suite Shower Room; Bedroom 2 with en-suite bathroom • Parking & Seating Area • External Store Location The Mill House is situated in the centre of Tarvin village within walking distance of all village amenities to include Co-op supermarket, health centre, church, pub, restaurants, sports club and primary school. The nearby villages of Kelsall and Tarporley are 4 and 5 miles respectively offering a more comprehensive range of services whilst the historic county town of Chester which is 6 miles distant offers a good selection of high street retailers, high street banks, supermarkets complimented by out of town shopping centres at Broughton and Cheshire Oaks. In addition to the primary school in the village there are state primary & secondary schools nearby in the villages of Kelsall, Tarporley and Christleton. For those seeking private education there are private schools nearby including The Grange at Hartford, Abbeygate College at Saighton and the King's and Queen's in Chester. On the recreational front there is a tennis club and bowling green within the village and several golf courses locally at Vicars Cross, Delamere & Pryors Hayes at Oscroft. The nearby Delamere Forest provides extensive walking and is ideal for mountain biking & horse riding. For the equestrian enthusiasts there is polo at Little Budworth and a motor racing circuit nearby at Oulton Park. Communications The area enjoys excellent road links being within daily travelling distance of all of commerce throughout the North-West including Chester, Wrexham, Liverpool & Manchester. Both the M53 & M56 motorways are a short distance away allowing for travel to Liverpool and Manchester respectively, both of which are served by international airports. From nearby Mouldsworth station there is a regular rail service to Chester & Manchester and for travel to London there is a sub 2 hour inter-city service from Chester Station via Crewe. Distances • Tarporley - 5 miles • Chester - 6 miles • Liverpool - 30 miles • Manchester - 36 miles