Built in the early 1900’s long before many of the properties nearby, stone-built double fronted cottage in Summerhill which has plenty of character. Exposed timber-beams, solid internal walls, log burner and slate-tile roof all contribute to the property’s cottage style.
The internal specification briefly comprises; living room, kitchen, utility and study to the ground floor; three bedrooms, additional study/single bedroom, and bathroom to the first floor. There is driveway parking behind the property, with mature front and rear gardens.
EPC scheduled to be completed after the lockdown period. After 9th November 2020.
EPC rating: D.
The front door opens into the uPVC porch, which is separated from the entrance hall by an internal door.
Stone fireplace with inset log burner and sandstone mantle, exposed ceiling beams, shelving recesses, television connections and electrical sockets. uPVC door opening onto the patio area.
This reception room could be utilised in a number of ways, currently used as study. Cupboard in space under the stairs.
Base units which are matte-white with brushed metal handle-bars, laminate worktop over with stainless steel sink and chrome mixer tap, four-ring gas hob, chest height electric double oven. Wall mounted is the Ariston One e-combi gas boiler.
The former outhouse has been renovated and turned into a utility room which has a pantry, plumbing and connections for appliances. Roof replaced in 2012.
The first of three double bedrooms, this room overlooks the front of the property with some magnificent views over Cheshire and North Wales on a clear day.
Also a double bedroom; SKY television connection.
The third bedrooms will also accommodate a double bed and some bedroom furniture.
This room has been used as a study by the current owners, but could be used as single/childrens bedroom.
Bathroom suite consisting of low-level w.c. pan with hidden cistern, bath with electric shower over, wash-hand basin with chrome mixer tap and vanity unit. Walls tiled around the bath; window overlooking the back garden.
Insulated, electricity (lighting), not boarded and no fixed ladder.
The property is rated as Council Tax Band D.
The property has mains supplies/connections of gas, electricity, water and sewerage.
The owners of the adjoining property has right of access to their garage, via a two-metre wide pathway along one side of the driveway which belongs to Ash Cottage. The property was re-wired in 2012. The central heating, including radiators and pipes, was updated in 2010, with the boiler being upgraded more recently (less than 3 years old). SKY connections and SKY dish.
Every care has been taken with the preparation of these property particulars but complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the correctness of the information given. We have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for purpose. All dimensions are approximate.