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Lumley House is a large attractive period property within the popular village of Eccleston.
The property is in an elevated position with commanding views over the Cheshire countryside and boasts being able to see three castles, Beeston, Peckforton and Bolesworth. The large private gardens to the side and rear are mainly laid to lawn and are fully stocked with established roses, shrubs, borders and hedges.
Having been fully refurbished to a high specification in 2018, the property offers generous modern family accommodation whilst retaining a great many period features.
Eccleston is thriving community with the Parish Church and village hall at its hub. The city of Chester is only 2-3 miles away and village has easy access to the motorway network. This sought-after location has a church of England primary school. The River Dee is nearby and there are many scenic walks along public footpaths.
Lumley House underwent a full modernisation and high specification refurbishment in 2018. It now offers generous family accommodation over two floors but still retains many of its original period features. The property sits in an elevated position with commanding views over the Cheshire countryside. The large private gardens are mainly laid to lawn with established shrubs and borders.
The property can be accessed via a pedestrian gate from Paddock Road or via a private driveway leading to the rear of the property where there is a double garage, large turning circle and ample off-road parking.
Downstairs, there is a spacious sitting room at the front of the property as well as a study/snug and separate family room with log burner leading to the adjacent sun-room. The wood-panelled hallway leads to the dining room, and open plan kitchen/breakfast room which are towards the rear of the property. The kitchen has a range of fitted units with space for a range cooker and other appliances as well as a generous island/breakfast bar. A door leads from the kitchen to the enclosed rear courtyard. There is also a large utility room, rear hallway/boot-room, and downstairs bathroom. The enclosed paved courtyard is a particular feature and provides for practical everyday use and an attractive entertaining space. Leading off the courtyard are a number of external storage rooms and a large double garage with electric up/over door.
To the first floor are five generous bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room. The large family bathroom has both a bath and separate shower cubicle. A particular feature of one of the bedrooms is an attractive vaulted ceiling with ‘secret’ stairs down to the rear hallway.
Outside, the property is approached along a private driveway leading to a parking area for a number of vehicles. The large double garage combines with a separate log store. The gardens are a particular feature; to the front of the property is a rose bed along the full frontage; to the side and rear are generous lawned areas, with gravelled pathways, rose-arches and established trees, shrubs and borders. There is an adjacent small paddock which is available by separate arrangement.
The property benefits from a biomass wood chip heating system, managed by the estate and charged separately, to provide sustainable and ‘green’ heating and hot water. There is secondary glazing throughout the property.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, biomass heating system
To be let unfurnished
Term: Two-year fixed term
Rent: £3,000 per calendar month, payable monthly in advance.
Deposit: £3,000, the equivalent of one month rent payable upon the commencement of the tenancy
Energy efficiency rating - D
Council tax band - F - Cheshire West & Chester Council
Please note the Eaton Estate, as a private Landlord, is not part of any client money protection scheme
Please note any measurements given are approximate and are for guidance only.
Eccleston has a thriving village community with the village hall and St Mary’s Church at its hub. Eccleston CofE Primary school also sits within the centre of the village and is rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. The River Dee is nearby and there is a network of public footpaths around the rural village and along the river.
The historic City of Chester is approximately 6 miles away and provides a wide range of amenities including state and private schooling, shopping, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities.
The city also provides a mainline railway station with a direct line to London Euston taking just over two hours. The property is perfectly placed for access to Chester and the motorway network into Liverpool, Manchester and the Midlands.
Location – Eccleston
Chester 2 miles, A55 2 miles, Wrexham 11 miles, Liverpool 24 Miles
If you are interested in this property, please contact
The Rural Property Team on 01244 684606 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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