The steeply sloping garden leads down to a large area of orchard and lawns, a wildwood, two stable blocks, a menage, a large steel workshop and two timber cabins with a total area of just under 1.5 acres. The house was built to higher than the required building standards and is highly insulated, with roof-mounted solar panels giving a financial return of approx £2000pa and a highly B rated EPC (energy performance certificate).
Internally, there is an abundance of rustic brick and natural materials with a limestone fireplace in the large ground floor sitting room and a rustic brick fireplace in the downstairs snug. The large ceramic floored timber conservatory is double glazed and doubles as a games room. Entry is via a large ceramic tiled porch/cloakroom with the spacious utility/boot room off to the left, leading through hardwood glazed double doors to the rustic brick faced hallway, large kitchen with south facing juliet balcony and slate tiled floor, cloakroom, large lounge with two bay windows and very fine views of the Dee Estuary to the south and west and dining room with stairs leading to upper floor with three good sized bedrooms (master with ensuite with bath and separate shower cubicle), family bathroom (ditto) and large landing/study area.
The lower ground floor has been used as a separate apartment for a dependent relative and includes a further bedroom with doors leading on to the south facing terrace, a shower room, a modern fully fitted kitchen with electric hob and double oven, a large study/ fifth bedroom with doors leading into the conservatory and a cosy snug/second sitting room with a large rustic brick fireplace, double doors leading in to the conservatory and doors to the study. A glory hole leads off the shower room, giving a generous shelved storage area.
The brick-paved front driveway (owned by Sandpipers), leads from Neston Road through double gates into a large parking area, with access to the double garage and a side access wide enough for vehicle access, down to the garden. Steps lead up to the house on the left hand side, through a back door into the utility room.
Sandpipers is an unusual house in a quiet position, set back from the road, with magnificent views and limitless possibilities.
ENTRANCE PORCH: 8.4 x 8.5
Tiled floor, access to the utility room and access through a beautiful exposed brick doorway to the inner hallway.
UTILITY/BOOT ROOM: 19.3 X 8.3
Access to the garage and garden. There are wall and base units with single sink inset and mixer tap over, washing machine point and space for a dryer and tiled flooring.
Exposed brick wall to the staircase, stairs to the ground floor and access to the kitchen, lounge and dining room.
KITCHEN: 27.2 X 10.9
Double glazed windows to the side of the property and a beautiful inset doorway onto a julliet balcony to the rear. The kitchen comprises of a range of fitted wall and base units with complimentary work surfaces and splash back tiling. The kitchen incorporates a single sink inset with mixer tap over, integrated dishwasher, gas hob with extractor fan over and integrated double electric oven. There is also access to a pantry area.
DINING ROOM: 15.1 X 11.9
Well this room is certainly all about the view! Spectacular springs to mind. There is a double-glazed window to the rear, stairs to the first floor and one radiator.
LOUNGE: 22.3 X 11.4
This room is beautiful with the view also being enjoyed from here. There is a double-glazed window bay window to the rear which provides a stunning view of the rear garden and view and two to the side of the property. An attractive stone fireplace surround with living flame fire, tv point, coving to the ceiling and two radiators.
This comprises of a 2-piece suite to include a sink and low level wc.
This is a very impressive landing with seating area and large double-glazed window to soak up the view to the rear. The landing has Maple wooden flooring and a balustrade staircase to compliment.
MAIN BEDROOM: 19.9 X 10.8
Double glazed window to the rear and side of the property, Maple wooden flooring and one radiator.
Double glazed window to the front of the property. The ensuite comprises of a 4-piece suite to incorporate a bath, shower cubicle, sink and WC. The ensuite is complimented by Maple wooden flooring and tiled elevations.
BEDROOM: 11.4 X 13.0
Double glazed window to the front and side of the property, Maple wooden flooring and one radiator
BEDROOM: 15.0 X 8.9
Double glazed window to the side and rear of the property and one radiator
MAIN BATHROOM: 15.2 x 6.1
Double glazed window to the front of the property. The bathroom comprises of a 4-piece suite to incorporate a bath, shower cubicle, vanity sink unit and WC. The bathroom is complimented by part tiled elevations and Maple wooden flooring.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR:
LOUNGE: 15.5 X 12.2
Double doors to the study, or fourth bedroom and doors to the conservatory. There is a brick fireplace surround, TV point and one radiator.
STUDY / 5TH BEDROOM: 15.0 X 11.2
French doors to the conservatory and one radiator.
CONSERVATORY: 21.8 X 10.8
Tiled flooring, and access to the garden.
BEDROOM: 17.1 X 10.8
Double glazed window to the side of the property and a double glazed "French" door to the terrace, built in wardrobes and one radiator.
KITCHEN: 11.1 X 6.0
Double glazed window to the side of the property. There are matching wall and base units with complimentary work surfaces. The kitchen incorporates an electric hob with extractor fan over and integrated double electric oven, a single sink inset with mixer tap over and breakfast bar area. This kitchen is ideal if entertaining from the garden and can act as part of a self-contained flat for older children or relatives.
This comprises of a 3-piece suite to include a shower cubicle, basin and wc. The bathroom is complimented by tiled elevations.
To the front of the property is a block paved driveway leading to a detached double garage. To the rear is the most beautiful and stunning south facing garden that has a lovely outlook and mature shrubbery to compliment. The garden has two chalet style summer houses and a steel, double height secure storage shed. There is also a menage and paddock with two stables and stable yard.
Viewing is highly recommended.
Solar Panels: There are 16 South facing solar panels on the roof with an annual return of approx. £1800 per annum. There is a recently installed Worcester Bosch gas boiler which ensures constant hot water and temperature controlled heat....Read full description