Hoole Lane, Hoole, Hoole

Hoole Lane, Hoole, Hoole



  • 4/5 Double Bedrooms
  • Large contemporary living area
  • Modern kitchen with Siemens appliances
  • Quarter of an acre plot
  • Huge potential with large garage

Perfectly poised an easy walk from Chester city centre and a short stroll to the boutique shops and eateries of Hoole village, discover Number 265 Hoole Lane.

Occupying a double plot, letting residents enjoy the abundance of space, this property is set back behind solid fencing. The large gravelled driveway has turning space and room for several cars. Further parking is available behind the wooden gates along the side, where a car port sits at the front of the quadruple garage.

Step into the light, bright porch before heading through into the entrance hallway with original oak parquet flooring, continuing through into the living room. The high ceilings above and front window allow light to fill the space, a stone surround houses a gas fire, creating a cosy ambience. Alcoves to either side of the fireplace contain inset down lighting, complementing the atmosphere of relaxation. Close the doors and bespoke blinds to create a snug living room or throw open the doors that open onto the kitchen/diner/orangery, with the expansive rear garden beyond delivering a true sense of the size and scope of this home.

To the right of the hall you enter a reception room, suitable as a sitting room, study or home office. With honey-toned Amtico flooring this room is dressed in neutral, warm tones with an aspect across the front.

At the rear of the property lies an open plan family kitchen-diner, with light serenading the space from the bifold doors ahead, and high roof lantern orangery – fringed by inset spotlighting. Karndean tiles extend underfoot.

LED lighting highlights the granite topped island for a truly modern feel whilst plinth lighting adds atmospheric glow to the base of the flint grey gloss kitchen units. Housing an array of storage within their sleek, handleless cabinetry, they also contain a Siemens built-in double oven and separate microwave.

Beneath the smooth granite worktops lies a Siemens dishwasher, whilst inset within is a Bosch gas hob and overhead Siemens extractor fan.

Myriad windows frame the view out to the lavishly-sized lawn of the garden beyond. In the summer months, open the bifold doors and enjoy barbecues, lunchtime picnics and unencumbered freedom between the outside and in.

A large utility area, with larder cupboards, provides pantry space in a room large enough to house a clothes airer for drying in the winter months.

Continue on to where a WC with wash basin is tucked privately away from the main footfall of the home. Beyond, and with access out to the side and washing line is a utility room with traditional quarry tiled floor and plumbing for washer and dryer.

Returning to the entrance hall, take the carpeted staircase up to the first-floor landing, from where four double bedrooms await.

Cross the landing to discover a generous master bedroom, flooded with light from front to back, this bedroom has built-in wardrobes providing plentiful storage, with a fitted dressing table beneath the window, soaking up the natural light.

The adjoining ensuite bathroom is fitted with corner shower with rainfall head, wash basin with vanity storage, WC and heated towel rail. A window to the left of the wash basin draws in the daylight.

Also overlooking the front of the house is a second light-filled double bedroom. Fitted with beige carpet and neutral décor to the walls, there is space for a desk, ideal for school-aged children.

Indulge in a pampering soak in the deep, corner tub, located in the recently refurbished family bathroom, supremely spacious, this family-sized bathroom has a separate shower with Rainfall head. A wash basin with storage, WC and heated chrome towel rail also feature.

Located to the rear of the home, are two further double bedrooms overlooking the expanse of lawn in the rear garden.

Outside, gates to both sides help retain a private and secure feel to the outdoor space, with a large open space beyond the gates in front of the garage

From the kitchen-diner, step immediately out onto the spacious patio, perfect for summertime socialising.

Beyond the patio the lawn stretches out bordered to the left by mature shrubs which come together to create hedging. An apple blossom provides blooming interest in the springtime, with a striking willow tree located to the far end of the garden.

An extensive, quadruple size garage, with light and power is ripe with conversion potential, subject to the relevant permissions. Quite separate from the main house, why not create a cottage for extended family?

Out and about

Within easy walking distance of Hoole’s collection of independent shops and cafes, Number 265 could not occupy a more premier position.

Why not take the scenic route and walk along the canal, calling in at The Old Harkers Arms to warm up with a bowl of soup, a hot sandwich or even braised shoulder of lamb; their menu is quite comprehensive! Further along the walk, discover Artichoke, a fantastic café bar bistro.

Close to the Greenway cycle route, cycle the whole 16-mile round trip up towards North Wales, turning around down the River Dee.

For the ultimate family home with space to grow your flock, Number 265 is perfectly positioned close to the city, surrounded by swathes of garden and grounds, and holds huge potential for additional accommodation for multigenerational living.

Book your viewing today to discover its potential for yourself.




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