Designed by renowned Chester architect Thomas Jones and built in 1850, Cedar House is an original nineteenth century rectory with an architectural style drawing from the picturesque vernacular and Tudor Gothic.

With its distinctive stone features, wisteria creepers and tall chimneys, the house is one of the most handsome in the area and its mature garden setting ensures all-round privacy and shelter.

view of Cedar House

The accommodation is spacious and full of character with the latest ?state of the art? kitchen and bathrooms. There is a delightful octagonal hall leading to a beautiful staircase with galleried landing above. Lime stone flooring, marble fireplaces and plaster moulded ceilings can be found throughout the property which includes spacious dining and drawing rooms and five well-appointed bedrooms.

Unlike many period properties, the original outbuildings at Cedar House are totally intact. To the south west there is an attractive flagged and cobbled walled courtyard with ornamental pond and fountain and a lean to greenhouse. Stables with original stalls, a tack room and a former coach house are accessed from an inner walled courtyard with a dog kennel and run.

The gravelled drive is flanked by an enormous cedar tree and lawns with impressive herbaceous borders and established woodland surround the property.

the kitchen at Cedar House

The sale of Cedar House is being handled by the Chester office of Jackson-Stops & Staff and the price guide is £1.15 million.

For further details please call Graham Admitt or Nick Withinshaw on +44(0)1244 328361.