Nestling on a tree-lined cul-de-sac, this home enjoys the peace and quiet characteristic of a village location but within 15 mins walk of Chester’s bustling centre. This is a neighbourhood in which faces are familiar and everyone greets you with a nod and a smile.
Built in 1904, this Edwardian Art Nouveau home was a unique development by local builder William Sumpter. It boasts original fireplaces, doors and other architectural detail. There are even the old servant bell pushes in the living rooms.