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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Floor area 2,210 sq. ft


  • Freehold
  • Detached Character Cottage
  • Sought After Location
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Spacious Living
  • Extended Kitchen
  • Fireplace
  • Garden Room
  • Music Room
  • Range Cooker
  • Integrated Appliances

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Bank Cottage is a beautifuly presented, 19th century extended house boasting original period features; an ideal home for a growing family. Tastefully decorated throughout, the accomodation is bright and spacious, where modern meets homely.

The cottage is on a large plot approached off the main road, a few metres down Townfield Lane. There is a five bar gate on to a gravel driveway and parking area, with space for at least three cars.

The Cottage has a welcoming entrance hall which opens in to the Music Room.

Off the hallway is a large Living Room featuring an open fire place which makes this a really cosy space in which to spend winter evenings.

To the rear of the house is a spacious, extended, open - plan Kitchen/Dining Room, full of light, character and charm - a perfect place for entertaining loved ones and friends.

The kitchen has a plenty of workspace, a range cooker, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar. There is also a light and airy south - facing Garden Room overlooking the totally private walled garden.

From the dining area is a good sized Office/Study. The essential Utility Room and the downstairs toilet also lead off the dining area.

The first floor features four double bedrooms, one with en suite, and a large family bathroom. The four bedrooms, two with original fireplaces, are all larger than average and afford ample storage.

The south- facing Master Bedroom, provides light and privacy; on a clear day, the Peckforton Hills are visible. A superking sized bed fits easily in to this spacious room which also features an en - suite with 1.5 base shower, and a full sized bath. The walk- in wardrobe provides useful storage space.

Totally private gardens to the side and rear are mainly laid to lawn, bordered by mature hedges and trees, with a small vegetable patch next to the log store and bike shelter.

The original pump to the rear of the cottage is a reminder of a time when water was pumped up from a well and is dated 1865.

Mains lighting around the walled garden extends warm summer evenings and brightens the dullest winter night.

An attached outbuilding provides a space for garden tools and furniture. There are a number of sheltered Sitting Areas throughout the garden, ideal for al-fresco entertaining. The built in BBQ completes the scene.

Gates to the side and rear of the property allow pedestrian/cycle access to Tarvin's Woodland Walk, nearby stables, country lanes, playing field, tennis courts, and the surrounding Cheshire Countryside.

Tarvin is one of Cheshire's highly regarded villages boasting a small High Street with a diverse selection of shops and services including convenience stores, post office, hair and beauty salons, cafes, public houses, and the Cornichon, an award winning wine bar and restaurant.

The village is also known for its excellent educational facilities with an abundance of outstanding establishments in both the state and the private sector, located in the surrounding area.

Tarvin is six miles from Chester City Centre, and four miles from the motorway network.

A regular bus service is available from the village that travels to Chester City centre in one direction, and Crewe via Nantwich in the other. The village is located within the heart of Cheshire and is surrounded by some of the most glorious walking, cycling and horse riding countryside, with Delamere Forest and the Peckforton Hills within four miles.

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Local Amenities

  • Mouldsworth 2.9 miles
  • Chester 4.5 miles
  • Tarvin Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Barrow CofE Primary School 1.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Mouldsworth 2.9 miles
  • Chester 4.5 miles
  • Tarvin Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Barrow CofE Primary School 1.4 miles

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  • £393,790
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  • £29,295
  • (8.037%)
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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
23rd Nov 2020 £600,000 Price reduced by £25,000
14th Oct 2020 £625,000 First listed
28th May 1999 £128,000 Last sold

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