Chester CH3 Hoofield Hall Cottages, Corkscrew Lane, Clotton Hoofield
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- D Council Band
Features at a glance
- Three bedrom semi-detached home
- Gardens to the front, side and rear
- Situated in a semi rural location
- Offering excellent potential
- Superb communication links
A three bedroom semi-detached cottage located in a sought-after rural area and with potential for cosmetic modernisation.
1 Hoofield Hall Cottages is a property with both character and potential. The traditional red brick family home offers flexibile accommodation arranged over two floors, wrap around gardens with surrounding rural views.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming entrance hall and briefly comprises a spacious dual aspect sitting room with exposed brick open fireplace, a generous rear aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units and space for modern integrated appliances, together with a neighbouring through side hall with doors to both front and rear aspects, giving access to a storage area and versitile study room.
On the first floor, the property offers three well-proportioned double bedrooms together with a modern family bathroom
The property is approached through a five-bar gate over a gravelled driveway offering ample private parking, the whole flanked by an area of level lawn and screened by mature shrubs and trees. The well-maintained rear garden is laid mainly to level lawn and features a generous wraparound paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining and giving access to the detached garage. The property also benefits from a separate fenced triangular side garden, also laid mainly to level lawn and suitable for a variety of uses, the whole enjoying far-reaching views over surrounding farmland.
Hoofield Hall Cottages are located between the peaceful small villages of Huxley and Clotton Hoofield in Cheshire. The nearby award-winning village of Tarporley lies near to the Cheshire Plain and Portal Golf Course and offers a good selection of day-to-day shopping amenities and an historic High Street featuring boutiques, art galleries, a florist, butcher, hairdresser and chemist together with two churches, a petrol station, hospital, public houses and restaurants. .
The property benefits from excellent road links with access to the M53 and M56 motorways beyond Chester facilitating daily travel to key regional centres throughout the north west as well as links to the national motorway network. Nearby Mouldsworth station links to Chester and Stockport, both offering regular services to London Euston.
The area offers a wide range of state primary and secondary schooling including Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College (rated Outstanding by Ofsted), together with a good selection of independent schools including The Hammond, Abbey Gate, The Firs and The Kings and Queens Schools.
From Tarporley, take the A51 towards Chester. After approximately 1.5 miles, turn left onto Corkscrew Lane immediately after the Bulls Head pub on the left. Continue along this lane until the T-junction comes into view and the proeprty will be on your left hand side.
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