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Property details

Property for sale

Sadlers Lane, Eccleston, St Helens, WA11 £800,000

  • David Davies Estate Agent (Rainford)

    22 Church Road, Rainford Street, Helens, Merseyside

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Bedrooms: 5

The impressive proportions and meticulous attention to detail by the present owners make this five bedroomed imposing stone former farmhouse a property of distinction in so many ways! Built over three floors the magnificent Oak staircase leads off the main hallway up to a galleried landing and further to a 'vaulted' ceiling serving five large bedrooms with en suite and dressing room (serving the master bedroom) and outstanding family bathroom on the same floor. To the ground floor there are two reception rooms, a beautiful fitted l kitchen, study, cloaks, conservatory, utility room ,and accessed also from the inside, a 40ft triple garage and workshop The grounds of some 0.90 acre are surrounded by farmland and there is a separate brick barn which has planning approval to convert into a three bedroomed detached house. We are looking for a discerning buyer and do not estimate to be waiting too long! Viewing is strictly by appointment and conducted by one of our company professionals. EPC:G

Ground Floor Entrance

Via a white UPVC double glazed door with over head borrowed light leading into the:

Hall

A magnificent entrance facing the open plan spindled staircase and looking upwards towards the galleried landing and feature vaulted ceiling as shown in the photographs. This wonderfully bright and inviting entrance is heated by a twin panel radiator, has an Oak and Georgian glazed door opening into the dining room and a similar door with matching side panels opening into the:

Lounge

25' x 15'6 (7.62m x 4.72m)

Wonderfully spacious and presented with style, this room could feature in the 'Ideal Home' magazine!

The Inglenook fire place with Oak lintel, brick and tiled fire place with log burner complements the room, which has a genuine beamed ceiling, replica full sash double glazed windows which are presented in white and supplied and fitted by Everest.

To the rear of the room the double glazed windows have conventional openers. The room is additionally heated with two twin panel radiators, leads off to the kitchen via in Oak door and via UPVC French doors access is gained into the:

Conservatory

15'7 x 9'5 (4.75m x 2.87m)

The lovely design of this bespoke Conservatory deepens to 11'2, providing an inset to the French doors which open out to the privacy of the side garden. The fabulous roof to the Conservatory is down lit, has openers and self cleaning glass. The floor is tiled and has under floor heating.

New room

14'6 x 13'8 (4.42m x 4.17m)

Stunning with a mock beam ceiling, double glazed window, quality tiled floor, a contemporary style radiator and down lit ceiling. The room is fitted with a range of quality units in a Shaker style in cream with contrasting Granite work surfaces, breakfast bar, kick board heating, inset Franke sink with mixer tap, five burner gas hob and waste to eye level integrated ovens and microwave to match all by Neff. A passage way leads on further to the rear access with heating via a twin panel radiator. Off from here there is an open way through to an ante space/cloak room and to the opposite side double doors open into the:

Dining Room

13'1 x 11'8 (3.99m x 3.56m)

The first impression here is the vast amount of natural lighting cascading through the three separate Sash windows and the view of the gardens and the neighbouring farmland. The room is stunning as would be expected, has a real fire, large twin panel radiator and a beamed ceiling.

Ante Space/ Cloak Room

Leading back to the remainder of the ground floor this area takes us through an Oak door with partial glazing to the utility room and via another flush door in Oak into the:

Cloak Room

Quite spacious, utterly modern with half tiling, tiled floor, integrated low level w.c, contemporary style wash basin and twin gas central heating boilers. Down lighting completes this room.

Utility Room

11'6 x 9'5 (3.51m x 2.87m)

A large most useful room (almost a mini kitchen) with an inset sink, a good arrangement of deep storage cupboards, twin panel radiators, double glazed window, double glazed rear door, access to the garage and access into the:

Study

11'6 x 8' (3.51m x 2.44m)

Another room fitted with three separate windows of more conventional style with Georgian bar double glazing in UPVC and heating via a twin panel radiator.

Triple Garage

40' x 19'7 (12.19m x 5.97m)

Attached to the house, built of brick and block with a kitchen and tiled roof with valuable open loft space, twin up and over electronically controlled doors, space to easily accommodate three large vehicles and the remaining area in itself measuring 20' x 10' providing a work shop.

First Floor Landing

'Ultra Special', 'Spectacular' and so beautiful with the Sash window looking straight across the farmland on the other side of Sadlers Lane cascading so much natural light onto the hall, first floor landing and staircase up to the second floor. This landing is heated by a twin panel radiator and leads off to a family bathroom and three of the bedrooms.

Master Suite (front)

15'6 x 10' (4.72m x 3.05m)

These measurements show only the beginning of this 'Master Suite', which has a Sash window, superb outlook, twin panel radiator, feature beam to the ceiling and a large open way leading through to the

Dressing Room

14'5 x 8'8 (4.39m x 2.64m)

Probably in itself twice the size of most fourth bedrooms in a conventional property, with twin panel radiator and double glazed window, from which there is a panoramic view over lush green farmland and wooded back drop. Six panel door opens into the:

En Suite Shower Room

Again bright and spacious with single panel radiator, double glazed window, tiled floor, partially tiled walls and a three piece suite in white comprising; low level built in w.c, built in wash basin and shower cubicle.

Bedroom Two (rear)

14'6 x 9'8 (4.42m x 2.95m)

Measured to to the front of the fitted wardrobes which run to the almost full length of the room. Again a stunning double bedroom with twin panel radiator and two double glazed windows over looking the grounds.

Bedroom Three (side)

10'6 x 10'6 (3.20m x 3.20m)

This room lengthens to 11'8, has a double glazed Sash window, superb outlook and twin panel radiator.

Family Bathroom

10' x 8'3 (3.05m x 2.51m)

Absolutely breath taking, throughly modern but very in keeping with the style of the house. With down lit ceiling, double glazed window, twin panel radiator, tiled floor with heating, partial wall tiling with shelf to complement the shower area and a four piece suite comprising; built in w.c, wall mounted wash basin, contemporary style bath and a large shower cubicle.

Second Floor Landing

Another stunning area with a feature window allowing additional lighting to come through onto this area, which has a down lit ceiling. Two further bedrooms lead off from here.

Bedroom Four

14'8 x 11'5 (4.47m x 3.48m)

What child would not like this room! It is almost 'out of a dolls house styling, coupled with an 'Ideal Home' presentation. The dormer window which can be seen from the front of the house and the small conventionally opening window at the side again provide interesting features and stunning views. The room has access to storage and a built in wardrobe.

Bedroom Five (rear)

11'7 x 11'8 (3.53m x 3.56m)

Another fabulous room with a vaulted ceiling, two separate double glazed windows with views, access to the loft eaves and down lit ceiling.

Outside

We are informed that the total plot measures some 0.9 of an acre and is best described by looking at the photographs. The garden wraps around this unique stone property with extensive lawns, unequalled views, tall conifer screening at the front of the 'courtyard' where the access is gained from twin five bar gates, past the decoratively shaped lawns with access to both the front and side entrances. In the grounds of these gardens there is a detached brick barn measuring some 30' x 20' which has been given planning approval for the conversion into a three bedroomed detached house. The work has been started on this conversion and therefore the planning approval is still current and cannot expire. Internally from the ground floor there is a new stair case leading up to the first floor which has been fitted with an open fire and is presently used as a games room. The building itself is built of brick with conventional slate roof and a twin potted chimney stack. The possibilities for the use of this building either sold on or retained by the eventual purchaser are rarely found in such a rural yet very accessable location.

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Neighbourhood average sold house prices

Terraced
£162,500
Detached
£673,000

Based on 4 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • David Davies Estate Agent (Rainford)

    22 Church Road, Rainford Street, Helens, Merseyside

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01744 302327