Bungalow 4 2 Sold

3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH

Offers Over £600,000

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  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
  • 3, Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH
FULL ADDRESS - 3 Meadows Gate, Crowton, CW8 2DH

A versatile home with a harmonious accord between the outdoors and within, No. 3, Meadows Gate enjoys the privacy of its own corner plot amidst a quiet cul-de-sac of a handful of homes.

Spacious living
Wrapped up in about a quarter of an acre of glorious gardens, screened from view of the cul-de-sac, No. 3, Meadows Gate was purchased brand new in 2009, presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this hidden gem.

Pull onto the broad driveway and tuck the car away in the double garage. A versatile, immaculately kept addition to the main home, one home nearby has expanded the size of their living room through an extension.

OWNER QUOTE: “Most people are surprised by its size – they don’t expect such a large living space.”

Breadth and light
Step inside, into a broad hallway, instantly sensing the height of the ceilings, imbuing the home with an airiness. A handy built-in cupboard to the left is ideal for stashing shoes and brollies. Solid double doors open ahead, delivering previews of the open plan kitchen-dining room.

A room which gives the home its heartbeat, the kitchen is a true hub. As the children complete homework tasks at the dining table, swap stories of your day whilst preparing dinner. Portuguese limestone flows through from the entrance hall, warmed by underfloor heating which pervades throughout the home to create a cosy and welcoming ambience.

Kitchen delights
Well furnished with sockets and switches throughout, this stylish, sustainable and durable German-design Häcker kitchen is a practical space in which to cook up a feast for family and friends. Integrated appliances include a Neff induction hob, extractor hood, double oven and microwave, with a Bosch dishwasher, whilst polished granite worktops and an array of drawer and cupboard space within the units and island provide an abundance of preparation and storage space.

Practical and secure
A handy utility room, styled in harmony to the kitchen, houses further storage with granite worktops and plumbing for a washer and a dryer. There is access through to the double garage from here – handy for returning home in inclement weather with the food shopping – and access out to the garden. In a home where some of its finest features are the ones you don’t see, pay particular mind to the high security of the three-point lock system. Each room is also part of an alarmed system, for added peace of mind when you lock up and leave for your holidays abroad.

Pockets of privacy
Light serenades the kitchen through a large window above the sink and grooved drainage, and also from the conservatory, tucked to the side.

A pocket of privacy to escape to, snuggle up in the cosy chair with a book, or curl up with a brew and simply watch the display of wildlife in the garden. A serene spot in summer or winter, the beauty of No. 3, Meadows Gate is the range of spaces in which people can gather together or drift apart to for a moment of peace.

OWNER QUOTE: “When guests come over, we tend to find people in different spaces. They say it’s peaceful, like a holiday home.”

Returning to the hallway, note the large handy cloakroom opposite the kitchen-dining room, ideal for freshening up before dinner.

Distinguished features
Solid wood doors are a feature throughout, another example of the high quality that pervades in every corner of the home; subtle touches that illustrate the excellence in design and build.

Flow through to the living room, a bountiful, interior design-led space where the sliding doors open all the way, blurring boundaries between the indoors and out. It is this harmonious composition of outdoor and indoor spaces which epitomizes No. 3, Meadows Gate, making it a stunning home for all seasons.

Soothing spaces
In winter, the working fireplace is a real draw, set within its creamy surround. An easy to fit gas connection allows you the option of a traditional style log-burning stove or a contemporary gas fire. Portuguese limestone underfoot is warmed by underfloor heating. Soothing earth tones coat the walls, with blinds fitted to the doors and windows to aid light-flow. The ‘Rolls Royce’ of sliding doors (Schüco) German engineering sees the lightest of touches move the heat-reducing glass, treated to protect fabrics and reduce glare.

As the entrance hall turns, note once more the superb flow and precision design of this home, whereby the bedrooms are set apart from the main entertaining spaces.

And so to bed…
Second on the left, arrive at the fourth bedroom, a room with cosy cottage appeal courtesy of its chocolate box window. Currently serving as a home office, and carpeted in cream underfoot, there is ample space for a desk and an array of other furnishings. Speedy, reliable internet connectivity is a bonus; essential for conference calls when working from home.

Bathroom bliss
Refresh and revive in the family bathroom opposite, styled in a boutique-spa fashion, with sandy tiles to the walls interspersed by a charcoal mosaic pattern in the shower. Indulge in a soak in the separate bath. A wall-mounted wash basin and WC are encased in fitted furniture and topped in granite for a luxury finish.

Next door to the fourth bedroom, arrive at bedroom three, a cosy chamber capable of accommodating twin beds and with a blissful outlook over the garden. With its peaceful, serene stylings, this room could serve well as a nursery.

Soak up the views
For truly idyllic garden views, make your way to the ‘New York’ bedroom, nestled at the end of the hallway. Carpeted and spacious, the double bed faces a broad window framing views which capture the shapely outline of one of the garden’s many feature trees. Soak up the serenity.

Finally, make your way through to the master suite, a room swimming in light, dressed in white and brimming with storage courtesy of stylish built-in wardrobes. Note the sockets above the bed for your reading light. Slip through to the luxury-feel ensuite, tiled to the walls and floor and with a walk-in shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.

Above the bedrooms and garage, a fully boarded loft provides plenty of storage space for summer suitcases, Christmas decorations and more.

Hidden Gem
Set within nearly a quarter of an acre, the gardens at No. 3, Meadows Gate are a hidden gem, invisible and screened from the front of the home.

With so much visual interest, admire the five mature European hornbeams, a shapely and landscaping addition to the established garden. Over 600 shrubs and perennials stock the borders, to provide year-round colour and seasonal interest. Swathes of lush lawn provide the perfect surface for children’s games. A patio is adorned with furniture, ideal for alfresco breakfasts and brunches, whilst seating dapples the garden in shady spots and sunshine.

OWNER QUOTE: “We have designed the garden so that each month there is a plant in focus. There is always something to draw the eye.”

Outstanding in every way, however, is the garden room, a sheltered spot in which to relax and unwind, for barbecues and afternoon drinks. Furnished with a log burning stove, escape to the garden in the depth of winter and snuggle up beneath a blanket.

Built from the same bricks used in the construction of the home, the garden room serves as a continuation of the home itself.

Stash your gardening tools in the small storage in-build shed, subject to the same secure alarm system as the main house.

Out and about
Surrounded by rurality, step out of the front door and explore the nature, walks and bridleways nearby.

The River Weaver tributaries off into brooks and streams, which wend their way around the local area. Cross one such brook over an ancient bridge (dating back to circa 1890) to arrive at your local pub, The Hare and Hounds, within five minutes’ walk. Feast on their gastro food or simply enjoy a Friday night drink to start the weekend.

Delamere forest is only five minutes away, a leafy oasis and Cheshire’s largest forest. Treat the children to weekends filled with fun at Wild Shore Delamere, a watersports and aqua park serving up wakeboarding, stand up paddleboarding and open water swimming.

Centrally situated, commute to Liverpool and Manchester in around 30 minutes, with Chester even closer to hand. Travel to Runcorn Station in 20 minutes and arrive in the centre of London within less than two hours. Commuting has never been so convenient.

With the local Church of England primary school only across the road and Sir John Deane’s award-winning Sixth Form College – regularly ranking as one of the top five schools in the country - within 15 minutes’ drive, No. 3 Meadows Gate is also perfectly placed for families.

An aspirational area, an exceptional home. No. 3, Meadows Gate is a hidden gem of a home with a harmonious connection between the indoors and out.

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