Detached house 5 3 For Sale

6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR

Offers Over £725,000

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  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
  • 6, St Boniface Close, Bunbury, CW6 9YR
Village setting
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and swap traffic for trees, as main roads reduce to quiet country lanes in the picturesque village of Bunbury. Surrounded by fields crisscrossed with footpaths and walks to be discovered, arrive at No. 6, St. Boniface Close.

A handsome home, yet looks are only one layer of No. 6’s prestige. Constructed by renowned, award-winning developers, Duchy Homes, the build quality is instantly distinguished; built in a traditional layered brick manner, its superior quality is exemplified in its detailed stonework and attractive windows. The finish, inside and out, is exemplary.

High quality build
Park up on the driveway, or in the handy double garage. Set amidst a collection of around 15 homes, No. 6, St. Boniface Close is private with the security of neighbours nearby.

Make your way to the front entrance, stepping directly into a long, wide entrance hallway, where the staircase ascends on the left, before returning on itself.

Contemporary shades of grey and white comprise the palette for No. 6, a neutral décor allowing for personalisation whilst retaining warmth.

A comfortably luxurious home, spacious living awaits, with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and open-plan living spaces offering the perfect flexibility for modern families.

Tiling flows out underfoot, continuing through to the cloakroom on the left, containing wash basin and WC and part tiled in contrasting tones to the walls.

Relax and unwind
Across the way, on the right step through to the lounge, onto plush grey carpet, upgraded for added comfort underfoot. The ultimate relaxation room, close the shutters on a winter’s evening and stretch out on the sofa in front of the contemporary glass-fronted living flame fire, inset within the media wall, and watch a favourite show.

Directly ahead from the front door, make your way on into the open plan kitchen-family-dining room.

Feast your eyes
Immediately ahead, a large dining table is set beneath a stylish modern pendant light, with views out through a window over the lush green garden to the rear. To the left, the functionality of the kitchen area is bridged by a central-island breakfast bar, topped in robust Silestone, resistant to heat and stains. Pull up a stool and swap chatter with the chef. Cook up your favourite meals on the double oven and induction hob. Integrated appliances contained in this Moores kitchen include wine chiller, dishwasher and fridge-freezer.

An abundance of storage can be found within the soft-close cabinets and drawers. LED strip lighting adds a subtle ambience whilst spotlighting above provides full illumination. Natural light flows in through the window above the stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink with Bristan stainless-steel chrome mixer tap. Off the kitchen, the utility room houses all the practical elements of the home, including the central heating boiler (with one thermostat downstairs, another thermostat is housed upstairs in bedroom two – allowing the two zones to be controlled independently) and plumbing for the washer and dryer. From here there is access directly into the garage and also outdoors via a separate door.

Soak up the views
Beyond the dining table, sink into comfort in the open-plan sitting room section of this capacious kitchen-family room. Unwind and catch up with your favourite show on the wall-mounted television above the sideboard beneath or drift out onto the patio through the bifold doors and enjoy a cold drink in the summer sunshine.

Returning to the entrance hall, admire the solid oak doors; featured throughout the home they are another motif of the high quality of finish in this upgraded new build home.

Ascend the staircase, with oak handrail, emerging on the light landing, before making your way left into an inviting double bedroom, with leafy views over open fields out to the rear. Fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors in a contemporary style provide ample storage.

Versatile spaces
Next door, overlooking the garden and fields to the rear, a spacious study can also serve as a large, single bedroom – ideal as a nursery or for those working from home. Connectivity is effective, with fibreoptic broadband to the home.

Also peacefully set with panoramic views over the fields to the rear is a third bedroom. A comfortable double bedroom where shades of grey and white are accessorized with blush pink cushions, there is ample space for wardrobes and a chest of drawers.

Soak and sleep
Follow the landing along, peeping at the storage available in the linen closet before opening the door to bedroom two, a spacious double overlooking the front of the home. Containing fitted wardrobes, this bedroom also features an ensuite with wall-mounted wash basin and vanity unit storage set beneath an LED mirror, alongside a walk-in shower with drench head and handheld attachment and a WC.

Continue around the landing to arrive at the main bedroom, set somewhat apart from the other bedrooms above the double garage, affording it a sense of seclusion and privacy.

A spacious bedroom, with an open and airy feel, the plush carpet lends it a cosy ambience too. Spotlights in the dressing area illuminate above the wardrobes, with further wardrobes in the main bedroom area. Refresh in the ensuite, featuring a large walk-in shower, vanity unit wash basin with mirror over and WC. This bedroom also has its own thermostat, enabling you to control the heating in this room independently of the rest of the home.

Refreshment awaits in the house bathroom, at the end of the landing. After a busy day, sink into the deep, centrally filling bath with shower head attachment, for a relaxing soak. There is also a large walk-in shower, alongside a wash basin with storage set beneath an LED mirror, WC and two chrome heated towel rails.

Relax and unwind
Bifold doors open out from the kitchen to a paved patio, offering ample space for relaxing with a glass of fizz in the sunshine or stoking up the coals on the barbecue in the height of summer. Securely fenced to the side, to the rear, the garden blends into the rolling fields and countryside beyond. A haven for nature, watch out for visiting wildlife and listen for the soundtrack of birdsong. Seek shelter beneath the boughs of the large tree offering its shade to the far end of the garden. A large lawned area is perfect for games, a blank canvas for any keen gardener.

On your doorstep
Step out of the front door and walk for miles in any direction, discovering the myriad footpaths and lanes that cover the village of Bunbury. A dog walker’s wonderland, roam the open fields behind the house or head out to nearby Peckforton and Beeston, just down the road and admire the panoramas.

Why not pick up the Sandstone Trail or amble along the canal. The choices are endless. Quench your thirst in one of the three fantastic local pubs, including The Yew Tree (the nearest to home), The Nag’s Head and The Dysart Arms.

A pretty, traditional village, brimming with handsome stone-built homes and cottages, take a tour around Bunbury, calling in to admire the Church of St. Boniface, dating back to around 1370. A village with a traditional community village feel, involve yourself in the annual fete every year, or join the tennis or cricket clubs.

Pick up the essentials at one of Bunbury’s handy shops, which includes not only a well-stocked Co-op but also Burrows, a fourth generation, award-winning family butchers and deli.

For a wider selection, Tarporley is only five miles away, whilst the traditional market town of Nantwich, brimming with small, independent shops is only six miles away.

Families are well placed for schools, with easy access to Early Birds Pre-School in Bunbury, Bunbury Aldersey Church of England Primary School, and convenient bus links to Tarporley High School and Sixth Form as well as the independent Kings and Queens Schools in Chester, The Grange in Hartford and Abbey Gate College in Chester.

Separated from the A49 by the village itself, No. 6, St. Boniface Close enjoys a peaceful outlook over fields, away from the traffic, yet the accessibility cannot be underestimated, with fantastic links to Liverpool and Manchester, whilst Crewe train station also provides convenient connections to London.
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