Detached house 4 2 Under Offer

25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ

Offers Over £650,000

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  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
  • 25, Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ
Treelined, peaceful and on a spacious plot in one of Hartford's most sought after locations
FULL ADDRESS - 25 Park Lane, Hartford, CW8 1PZ

Roll a six to land on prestigious Park Lane, Hartford’s most prized location, treelined, peaceful and dappled with architecturally distinct homes set upon spacious plots.

Prestigious location
Nestled privately on one of the finest is Number 25. Pull up the broad driveway with its abundance of parking and admire the Arts and Crafts vibes of this handsomely imposing 1930s detached home.

Set within manicured gardens to the front and rear where borders of leafy hedgerows, hostas and established shrubbery sit alongside mature trees, illuminated at Christmastime for a festive feel, Number 25 is simply unmissable in this exclusive neighbourhood.

Architecturally unique
Honouring the heritage of the home, traditional features have been treasured; note the bespoke wooden windows, made in Altrincham to replicate the original period style.

Classic elements sit alongside contemporary innovations. Step inside to discover more.

Make your way indoors, via the arched, transom topped front door, showering light through to the entrance hall beyond.

Warm welcome
Chandelier lighting adds a sophisticated illumination to the broad square entrance hall, where creamy Laura Ashley tones coat the walls and original oak flooring extends underfoot. Note the manner in which the walls curve seamlessly up into the ceiling. Soft curves epitomise the warmth and welcome of this home, a recurrent motif throughout.

Directly ahead, a cloakroom with wash basin and WC provides handy access for guests when entertaining.

Dine in style
Host decadent dinner parties in the formal dining room on the right, where exposed timbers in the ceiling evoke the essence of a medieval feasting hall; the perfect party ambience.

Spacious and bright, with views overlooking the trees and planting to the front through the traditionally styled windows, an open fireplace is ideal for conjuring a festive mood at Christmastime.

Nestled to the left of the entrance hall is the large, family kitchen, capturing views out to the garden through wide windows to the rear and side.

Family living
Tiled underfoot, this recently installed contemporary kitchen serves as the ultimate entertaining space, with a sociable breakfast bar providing the perfect place to perch for casual conversation as meals are prepared.

Cook up a feast on the six-ring double oven Belling Range; other integrated appliances include a dishwasher and small fridge. Sneak a peek through to the utility room where there is space for a larger fridge and plumbing for a washing machine. In the garden, the attractively designed garage houses a tumble dryer too.

Entertaining haven
After dinner, make your way through to the lavishly sized living room, where European oak flooring extends underfoot providing warmth in its rich tones. Snuggle up on one of several large, inviting sofas and bask in the glow from the stylish gas fire, housed within a striking inglenook fireplace. Subtly curved archways serve to delineate the room into natural zones, creating pockets of separate areas whilst retaining an open flow. Why not house your desk to one corner and make the most of the excellent broadband to work from home?

Grandly sized French doors blur the boundaries between the indoors and garden beyond, allowing for a free flow, particularly during summertime soirees with barbecues on the decking.

OWNER QUOTE: “We live in the lounge, it’s a great space for the family to congregate.”

Returning to the entrance hall, take the impressively designed staircase with its ornate wrought iron spindles up to the first-floor landing, embellished by chandeliers and curved archways.

Soak and sleep
Soak away your cares in the refreshingly spacious family bathroom, traditionally tiled in black underfoot and white to the walls. Step into the substantially sized glass encased shower capsule, furnished with a rainfall head – for an invigorating wake up call. There is a separate bath tub, wash basin and WC and ample illumination through the large window above the bath.

Next door, step through to a double bedroom, spacious and dressed in relaxing tones, with views out over the front.

Also overlooking the front is a large square bedroom, ideal for furnishing with wardrobes, chests of drawers and a dressing table.

Nestled next door is the fourth double bedroom, which could also serve as a home office should you desire. Plans have been drawn up for a loft conversion should you require a fifth bedroom.

Bedroom bliss
Privately set overlooking the lush lawn and mature tree line of the rear garden is the master suite, where a wealth of fitted wardrobes provides plentiful storage for a clutter-free, serene sleeping environment.

Spacious, light and airy, move about the master bedroom with ease, soaking up the glorious garden views as you pass by the window.

OWNER QUOTE: “Space is everything, the bedrooms are big, the garden is big and so is the bathroom. Kids love it.”

Seek sanctuary and re-energise in your own ensuite, tiled in refreshing tones and featuring a quality shower with drench head, wash basin and WC.

Piece of paradise
Downstairs, step outside and onto the decking, running the breadth of the rear, and survey your garden kingdom. The result of years of loving landscaping and remodelling, this pocket of paradise is your haven at the end of a long, busy day.

Large trees and hedgerows maintain your privacy and seclusion, providing a screen of cover, yet allowing sunlight to bathe the lawn, decking and rear patio all day long.

Soak up the sunshine on the decking early on before moving to the newly installed, rear Indian stone paved terrace for the late afternoon sun, and a well-earned gin and tonic. In spring and summer, marvel at the profusion of colour and foliage as the garden blooms in oranges and pinks.

OWNER QUOTE: “I very much class the garden as a room; it flows on from the home.”

Note the attractive garage with its feature slate roof, which could be converted into a garden office or summer house should you wish.

Out and about
Nestled in one of the most sought-after locations of desirable Hartford, step outside into your friendly neighbourhood.

Dine out at Hartford Hall, a recently refurbished 16th century Grade II listed manor house along School Lane, serving up fried buttermilk chicken, curried cauliflower and sides of chorizo mac cheese. In the heart of Hartford, there are plenty of excellent eateries to choose from including Chimes, a beautiful local bistro.


For more traditional fare and a friendly welcome, head to your village local, the Red Lion pub or call in for a Friday night drink at The Coach Man by the train station on your commute home.

Snug in the countryside there are all sorts of ways to spend a day in the open air, from walks to Delamere Forest on doorstep, strolls along the river into Northwich for a pub lunch or a round of golf at Hartford or Sandiway Golf Club.

In the village, discover all your essential shops and amenities including hairdressers, Turkish barbers, chemist, newsagents, deli and Co-op.

Professionals are well served by Hartford’s unrivalled central location, served by two train stations (Hartford and Greenbank) providing links respectively to Liverpool and Birmingham and then on to London via Crewe and Chester and Manchester. London is a two-hour commute. Access Liverpool John Lennon Airport in 40 minutes and Manchester Airport in 30 minutes via the A556 and M6.

Ultimately, Number 25 Park Lane is a warm, welcoming family home, within easy reach of prestigious independent schools like The Grange and a well reputed local primary school among others; many within easy walking distance.

For a characterful, imposing home in an unrivalled, desirable location, Number 25 combines homely warmth with prestige, classic elements with contemporary conveniences.
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