Mustard Lane, Croft, Warrington, WA3


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful, period semi-detached property, total floor space approx 219.7sq m, oozing with character and charm, offers a stylish and unique home, with views over greenbelt land. The accommodation has been renovated, extended and restyled to provide a deceptively spacious residence, whilst still retaining many of the original features, resulting in a lovely family home. Whilst the property currently offers three bedrooms, the Vendor has advised that the foundations for some of the extended downstairs area is to the depth required to provide a further extension to the first floor, if required. The property benefits from three large reception rooms, each with views, plus a tasteful high specification kitchen/dining room. Each of the bedrooms is a double, Master benefiting from en-suite. Located in the semi-rural village of Croft, approx five miles North of Warrington town centre and less than two miles from Culcheth village, a private livery is within walking distance that stables horses. Both St Lewis's and Croft Primary Schools are within less than a mile, with three further Primary Schools and Culcheth High School. Alternatively fee paying schools are within 10 miles. Though located within 10 mins drive of M6, M56 and M62, no motorway traffic is audible. A mainline train to Euston runs directly from Warrington and both Manchester and Liverpool airports are less than 30 mins drive.


Accessed via the front porch the large welcoming entrance room features exposed beams, stairs to the first floor, double glazed window to the front, feature exposed brickwork wall. The downstairs cloakroom/wc fitted with a low level wc, oak/marble wash stand and hand made pottery hand basin, Victorian style towel rail/radiator and tiled flooring.


There are three reception rooms. The dining room is a most attractive room, featuring a large feature double glazed window and door overlooking the rear garden, revealed beams. the focal point to the dining room is a double-sided wood-burning Vesta stove with brick surround.

The light and airy living room has a large double glazed window, which overlooks the rear garden and fields beyond. Three further windows, along with two skylight windows. The room features a wonderful vaulted ceiling, exposed beam work and two antique-style cast iron radiators. The focal point of the room is a 16kw Churchwood cast iron multi-fuel stove, set in a York stone lined chimney breast recess, with revealed herringbone brick base a wooden mantle over.

The lounge features a large double glazed window, exposed beams, open fireplace, with brick surround and wooden mantle over.


High specification kitchen, fitted with Mark Wilkinson painted oak and ash wall and base units with nickel furnishings, a central island with drawers beneath. Within the units are Bianco sink unit with nickel San Marco mixer tap, Granite drainer and integrated waste bin. There is a built-in Amano American-style fridge freezer, housing a water filtration system and an integrated Smeg dishwasher. There is the space within the kitchen for a 'Range' style cooker, Novy extractor canopy over. An integrated tall larder unit houses a 'Kubbersbuch' micro speed microwave oven. Two skylights and double glass window doors onto a secluded patio. While the focal point of the room is the contemporary double-sided 8kw wood-burning stove, set within an exposed brickwork chimney breast. The utility room has wall and base units, with Belfast style sink, space for a washing machine, slate flooring.


To the first floor there is a spacious landing area overlooking the rear, approx. 3m X 2m could be used as a study, leads to three double bedrooms, featuring exposed beams and with differing views over local the local countryside.


The master suite is a wonderful dual-aspect bedroom, with double doors leading out onto a Juliette balcony, offering rural views to the rear. French Oak flooring and an antique style cast iron radiator, High specification en-suite with a low level wc, wash hand basin, bath and tiled walk-in shower cubicle, featuring a multi-jet system, limestone flooring, Victorian style heated towel rail/radiator and an integral light and Summer heating system, skylight window. There are two further double bedrooms, featuring exposed beams and with differing views over local the local countryside.


Four piece family bathroom features an antique-style bathroom suite, comprising low level wc, pedestal hand basin, bath, limestone tiled shower cubicle, traditional chrome heated towel rail, partially tiled walls and a double glazed window.


To the front is a driveway, offering ample parking with access to the garage. The front garden has been landscaped, with a mixture of mature shrubs, trees and flower borders with paved pathways. To the rear of the property there are two flagged patio areas, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining, with a wood store and outside gas store. Steps lead up to two lawns, surrounded by flower beds, and planted borders, with mature hedging to the boundary and a low level rustic-style wooden fence to the rear, offering views over to the fields beyond.

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