Situated in the historic village of Hawarden is this superb Grade II listed property - a three bedroom semi detached cottage and probably one of the most recognised properties in the Village.
Built as Elms Cottage in the early C19th - this property oozes character and charm throughout and offers fantastic views across open fields. Having been brought back into the current century by the landlord, this spacious family home has been modernised but is within keeping of its heritage and this blend of character and modernity works really well.
To the ground floor - an entrance porch that welcomes you into a large living area - the eye here is imediately drawn to the fire place with log burner and oak mantelpiece. Beyond is the excellent kitchen and dining area - a spacious and cosy room complete with another log burner- its a great space to entertain your guests or unwind with family. There is also a utilty room toward the rear of the property. Just before you head upstairs, there is another room, currently being used as a familty room, again complete with log burner.
Upstairs, a very large master bedroom, with fantastic views accross the open fields, a second, decent sized double bedroom and a third double to the rear. The family bathroom offers you the opportunity to relax and gaze at the stars through the glass roof whilst enjoying a jacuzzi bath.
Outside - a small courtyard with outbuildings and a very large rear garden, complete with outside dining space and pizza oven!
Location-wise is spot on - located right in the heart of the Village and close to good local schools. The City of Chester is a quick trip via car and Hawarden Train Station offers services to the Wirral for Liverpool or Wrexham in the other direction.
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