Bungalow 3 2 For Sale

Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU

Offers Over £550,000

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  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
  • Newcroft, 1, The Avenue, Marston, CW9 6EU
Commutable countryside living
Only a mile from the centre of the shops and cafes of Northwich, Newcroft offers versatile living, wrapped up in rurality and extensive, well-maintained gardens.

Pull up through the durable electric Accoya wood gates, and onto the driveway, where there is ample space for vehicles alongside two integral garages – perfect for parking and for storage. Mature planting ensures privacy from the moment you step out of the car.

Make your way to the front door, and into the broad, bright entrance hall. Calming neutral décor sets the scene, with solid wood flooring in maple and oak a feature throughout the home. A handy cloakroom with double doors provides ample space to hang your coats and hats, before sneaking a peek through double doors ahead into the dining room.

A room with a view
Glorious garden views greet you instantly through a large window ahead, also delivering plenty of daylight through. Spotlighting above adds a crisp, minimal feel. A spacious room, after dinner flow through beneath the archway into the living room, glass of wine in hand, and sink down beside the gas fire, inset within the authentic Cheshire brick fireplace. Recently swept, the fireplace could accommodate a log-burning stove, should you prefer.

Returning to the entrance hall, discover the heart of the home through the doorway on the left.

Brimming with light, both from the garden room ahead and an abundance of spotlighting overhead, the kitchen serves as the welcoming hub of the home. Spacious and well proportioned, this kitchen has been designed with the chef in mind. Plentiful preparation space is available on the lengthy worktops, with solid cabinetry affording ample storage space. Appliances include a Range cooker with induction hob, dishwasher, sink with waste disposal unit and filter tap. Handcrafted splashback tiles are an attractive feature. A sociable, central room, the Cheshire brick central island is the perfect length for crafting, sewing and children’s messy play. A kitchen to bring family and friends together over conversation and cake.

Family time
Borrowed light streams in from the garden room beyond, part of an extension that offers a seamless connection between the home and garden. Patio doors open to a paved patio, perfect for alfresco dining and summer barbecues. Soak up the sunshine or seek shade beneath the dappled light of the Forest Pansy tree, a spectacle of blazing colour in the autumn.


Also nestled off the kitchen is the utility room, with plumbing for a washer-dryer, also featuring the handmade tiles and a Belfast sink. The guest WC is also accessed centrally from the kitchen, meanwhile there is access through to both integral garages from here.

Flexible spaces
Work from home with ease, from the peaceful study, also tucked off from the kitchen. Bespoke, intricately inlaid cabinetry, handcrafted and fitted by a specialist joiner in Macclesfield, provides ample storage for your paperwork, with keen views out to the front, allowing you to keep an eye out for deliveries.

Returning to the entrance hall, follow the flow of the home to the quiet bedroom wing, where three sumptuous bedrooms await.

An ideal guest bedroom, with views out over the garden, bedroom three can accommodate twin beds or a double. Dressed in soothing shades, this bedroom is the only room to feature laminate flooring, the rest clad in either solid maple or oak.

Refresh and relax
Across the way, refreshment awaits in the family shower room. Fully tiled in sandy spa tones, soothe your aches in the bespoke steam room shower, with a tiled bench and LED colour changing, remote control lighting overhead. There is also a radiator/towel rail, Duravit vanity unit with bowl wash basin and wall mounted WC. This room also benefits from electric underfloor heating.

Continue along the hallway before taking the next door on the right to enter the second bedroom. Light and bright, wake up to leafy views out over the mature and well-maintained garden.

Finally, arrive at the main bedroom at the end of the hallway. Comprehensively furnished with a wall of fitted wardrobes and drawers, storage is also built in beneath windows to two sides, drawing in verdant views over the gardens and to the fountain feature. With ample space to create a dressing room, this bedroom also benefits from its own ensuite spa bathroom with double ended bath, served by a waterfall feature tap, separate double sports shower with jets, rainfall shower head and handheld attachment and twin wash basins. Duravit vanity unit drawers offer ample storage for lotions and potions, with mirrored cabinets above.

Oasis of calm
Outside the gardens at Newcroft offer an oasis of calm; manicured, mature and easily maintained. Established shrubs, trees and hedging provide a natural buffer of privacy to the outside world; a haven for birds and other wildlife. Take a seat on one of the many patios offering sunshine and shelter or seek shade beneath the boughs of the oak tree, watching the sun glow orange at the end of the day. As the day progresses watch for songbirds, an elusive kingfisher and nighttime hedgehogs.

A private patio is planted with an array of specimens including an acer and monkey puzzle tree; at its centre a bubbling fountain, adding a sensory ambience to the garden. Flat lawns could be perfect for a game of cricket or croquet.

Filled with potential, discover the allotment, a piece of land held under a separate land registry document. With caveats due to expire in 2026 consider the potential for development, perhaps building another house, subject to permissions.

Private and safe, a hidden 6ft mesh fence embedded within the established shrubbery ensures this garden is subtly secure for both children and pets.

Out and about
Only a mile from the centre of Northwich, the conveniences of shops, cinema, swimming pool and supermarkets including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Aldi are at your fingertips, alongside a monthly artisanal market.

Walks are in abundance from the doorstep. Bird enthusiasts can walk to Neumann’s Flash, a series of ponds with surrounding walks, a haven for moorhens, ducks, swans and their cygnets. In the opposite direction, walk to Marbury Park, a wildlife sanctuary where you can find the rare greater crested newt, a protected species.

Turning left at the end of the avenue, pay a visit to Lion Salt Works, part of West Cheshire Museums. A restored historic open-pan salt making site, learn more about the history of the salt works from its founding to the present day. After seasoning yourself in local history, slake your thirst at The Salt Barge. The choice for dining and drinking out in Northwich and nearby is extensive.

For commuting, Northwich Station is only a mile down the road, whilst Manchester and Liverpool are almost equidistant, with Chester and Macclesfield also within easy reach. Enjoy a day at the seaside; the beaches of north Wales are accessible in around an hour and 15 minutes.

Families are well served by local educational establishments, with Sir John Dene College on the doorstep and independent school The Grange only three miles away in nearby Hartford.

With its exceptional links to civilization, Newcroft remains a haven of peace and tranquility; a flexible, welcoming home. Enjoy the best of both worlds, at Newcroft.
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