Situated in Bunbury, detached house comprising superb four double bedroom family accommodation, extensive loft rooms, large cellar, impressive street facing retail space, lovely garden and outbuilding
Comment From Robert Reed Of Gascoigne HalmanIt is a real honour to be given instructions to market this wonderful residence, known as The Old Post Office.
This handsome and distinctive detached period property is rich in character and history and due to its unique combination of attributes, is without comparison in the locality. It is located in the very centre of Bunbury village and offers a wealth of features.
At its heart, this is a delightful family home. As presently configured it has four of the largest double bedrooms you are ever likely to come across, absolutely ideal for family life. One has an en suite and the other three are served by a stylish and well equipped family bathroom.
At ground floor level there is a particularly impressive collection of ground floor reception rooms and super breakfast kitchen with space for table and chairs. The ground floor has been substantially remodelled in recent times and opened up into a stylish open plan format, with a pleasing blend of traditional and contemporary features, these including an AGA wood burning stove, engineered oak flooring and bi fold doors. I also love the superb Minton flooring in the entrance hallway.Planning PotentialPlanning Feasibility Appraisal
An appraisal has been prepared by Richard Lee Project Planning to address the planning feasibility of developing The Old Post Office. Its purpose is to appraise potential development options for the property. It considers issues and policies that will need to be addressed in order to progress a development project through planning. Copy available on request from Robert Reed.Accommodation And DimensionsAs detailed on the floorplanLocationLocated within Cheshire’s beautiful countryside, Bunbury is highly sought after and well known as one of the most picturesque villages in the area.
The village itself has a wonderful community feel and boasts a variety of amenities, from the local’s favourite Tilly’s caf, to the very popular village fish & chip shop. There is also a thriving Co Op convenience store, modern medical centre and impressive children’s play park. Bunbury village also has an active scouts and guide group and a local newspaper.
Recreationally there are wonderful walking routes nearby including around the popular historic grounds of Beeston & Peckforton Castles. The village also has its own cricket and tennis clubs as well as three public houses; the Nags Head, Yew Tree Inn and the highly regarded Dysart Arms, which has a superb beer garden that overlooks the beautiful Parish Church.
Bunbury Primary School provides young families with easy access to a high standard of education and other highly reputable schools can be found in the surrounding areas including; Tarporley High School, Bishop Heber High School, Abbeygate, Kings and Queens of Chester and The Grange in Hartford.DirectionsLeave Tarporley High Street in the direction of Nantwich, passing the Texaco / Spa on the left hand side. At the traffic lights take the left turn and join the A49. At the Four Lane Ends Cross Roads with the Rasoi Indian restaurant on the right hand side, take a right turn onto the A49 in the direction of Whitchurch. Continue through Tiverton and Beeston. After passing the former Wild Boar Hotel on your left take the second left turn onto School lane. Proceed for a short distance, towards the centre of the village, passing the Primary School on the right hand side. Continue along, bearing left and reaching a T junction. Take a right turn and the subject property will soon be located on the left hand side.Tenure / Services / ViewingTENURE We believe the property is freehold tenure, this will be confirmed as part of the legal process.
SERVICES We understand that mains electricity and water are drainage are connected. Oil central heating.
VIEWING Viewing by appointment with the Agents Tarporley office.Want To Move But Need To Sell?If you are interested in this property but need to sell your own home in Cheshire, South Manchester or the Peak District, Gascoigne Halman can provide a free, no obligation market appraisal and valuation of your own home. We are proud to be the leading estate agent in the area, with a network of twenty three offices – full contact details can be located on our website. Robert Reed is the manager of the Tarporley office.
The Tarporley team consists of Robert, Pamela, Oliver, Sally and Julie- we pride ourselves on being not just professional and efficient but also warm and welcoming. If you are in the village and fancy a coffee, do come in and say hello. We are located at 62 High Street, Tarporley, six premises to the left of Tarporley Parish Church. Our building is a landmark in the village, having above the shop front a beautiful illuminated fully working heritage clock.NoticeGascoigne Halman for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: (i) the particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract; (ii) all descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them; (iii) no person in the employment of Gascoigne Halman has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this propertyLocationTarporley is one of Cheshire’s most highly regarded villages, well located within South Cheshire. It is renowned for its beautiful and architecturally striking Georgian High Street which has landmarks including the Swan Hotel and a delightful historic parish Church.
The village boasts a diverse selection of amenities including a community centre, tennis courts, two convenience stores, fashion boutiques, cafes, restaurants, four public houses, doctors surgery, dentists, three Churches and an extensive bus route that includes access to Chester City Centre.
The village is also renowned for its excellent educational facilities with Tarporley Primary School and Tarporley High consistently maintaining a strong reputation. Those seeking a wider choice of schools will find ample provision by virtue of the Grange School in Hartford, Bishop Heber High School in Malpas and in Chester with the impressive choice of Kings, Queens and Abbeygate. Many of the villages around Tarporley have their own local primary schools, many of excellent repute..