St. Annes Avenue, Grappenhall, Warrington, Cheshire
- 3 bedrooms
- 1 reception
- 1 bathroom
- Highly Sought After Location
- Two Reception Rooms
- Fabulous Kitchen
- Modern Family Bathroom
- Three Bedrooms
- Utility Room
- Driveway Parking
- Good Local Schools
- Fantastic Motorway Links
- Beautifully Presented
A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED property in the HIGHLY REGARDED area of GRAPPENHALL. This fantastic FAMILY HOME has an abundance of living space and offers the new owners THREE superb bedrooms and TWO fantastic reception rooms. This lovely home has a STUNNING rear garden and driveway parking to the front.
A beautifully presented property in the highly regarded area of Grappenhall. This fantastic family home has an abundance of living space and offers the new owners three superb bedrooms and two fantastic reception rooms. This lovely home has a stunning rear garden and driveway parking to the front.
Access into this wonderful home is into a welcoming hallway leading to a brilliant bay fronted lounge, a lovely dining room and a modern kitchen. There is also the added benefit of a utility room and WC. To the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom.
To the rear of this wonderful home there is a well maintained garden which is mainly laid to lawn and bordered with a range of shrubs and plants. There is also a delightful patio area, perfect for alfresco dining in the summer months. To the front of the property there is driveway parking.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION
● Entrance Hall
● Lounge 3.62m x 3.41m
● Dining Room 3.55m x 2.93m
● Kitchen 2.53m x 2.35m
● Utility Room 3.93m x 1.81m
● Bedroom One 3.62m x 3.30m
● Bedroom Two 3.55m x 3.30m
● Bedroom Three 2.26m x 1.98m
● Bathroom 2.38m x 1.98m
● Gas Central Heating
● Mains connected: Gas, Electric, Water
● Drainage: Mains
● Broadband Availability: Up to 76Mb (Via BT)
The leafy suburb of Grappenhall is located alongside the Bridgewater canal and just a stone’s throw from the vibrant village of Stockton Heath. The area is surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside and scenic canals, meaning residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to walking routes.
The village was first listed in the Domesday Book and is home to St Wilfrid’s Church which features a cat carving on the tower façade. Legend has it that this was the inspiration behind Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire Cat in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Despite it’s semi-rural setting, Grappenhall benefits from a great range of shops, restaurants and coffee houses. The area also boasts a great selection of schools which are consistently reviewed as outstanding, making it an ideal area for families.
● Grappenhall Village 11 minute walk
● Warrington Town Centre 2 miles
● Manchester Airport 13 miles via M56
● Manchester City Centre 23 miles via M56
● Chester City Centre 25 miles via M56
● Liverpool City Centre 26 miles via M62
(Distances quoted are approximate)