Substantial Victorian detached house with views.
Bird Hurst is an Victorian detached property set at the end of Vicarage Lane.
The property dates back to 1891 and was originally owned by the Crawford biscuit factory owner.
The property is set behind electric gates and there is a large parking area in front of the house and double garage.
The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a welcoming entrance hall, cloakroom, WC, Office, Utility, spacious Dining Room, Snug/Sitting Room, attractive Living Room with views and a Kitchen/Dining room. There is also a cellar
accessible from this floor.
On the first floor is a large principal bedroom with en suite which is currently being used as a playroom. The remaining first floor accommodation consists of five further bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Externally the property has attractive south west facing gardens laid mainly to lawn which are surrounded by mature hedges and trees.
From various aspects Bird Hurst enjoys far reaching views.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
Bird Hurst is a great family home and I always enjoy the views when I visit. The house is also great for commuting to Manchester, Liverpool, Chester and beyond with access to the M56 nearby.Jamie Bradshaw