Sutton House is a spacious four bedroom detached house on the edge of Frodsham with extensive views over the Weaver valley towards the Pennine hills and with open fields to the rear. In brief the accommodation, with original features, includes entrance hall, kitchen, breakfast room, three reception rooms and a cloakroom to the ground floor. To the first floor there is a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also a useful loft room accessed from the landing via its own staircase ideal for use as a study or occasional bedroom.
Sutton House is set in grounds of approximately 2/5 acre approached through impressive iron gates. There are private landscaped gardens to the rear with lawn, patio and mature planted borders. There is a recently constructed outbuilding, fully insulated with light and power which would be ideal as an office, games room or gym. To the side of the property there are two further outbuildings currently set up as a successful boarding cattery but with the potential to convert to other uses.
Sutton House benefits from gas central heating and has an energy efficiency rating of D.
"Rockdoor" front door opens to porch. Vaulted roof. Quarry tiled floor. Windows to side elevations.
Understairs storage. Stairs to first floor.
Full height double cupboards.
3.23m (10' 7") x 3.00m (9' 10")
Fitted with a range of good quality oak wall and base units. Complementary worktops with inset sink and drainer. Integrated oven, hob, extractor fan and dishwasher. Space for freestanding fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor. Wall mounted central heating boiler. Window overlooking the rear garden.
2.59m (8' 6") x 1.70m (5' 7")
Window overlooking the rear garden and door leading out.
3.76m (12' 4") x 3.18m (10' 5")
Cosy sitting room with feature fire surround fitted with inset gas living flame fire (with potential to fit an open fire or stove). Window to the front elevation.
5.28m (17' 4") x 3.33m (10' 11")
Dual aspect room with window to the front elevation and double doors leading out to the rear garden. Wooden fire surround with flagged hearth. Exposed ceiling beams.
5.13m (16' 10") x11'10"
Brick inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove. Windows overlooking the rear garden.
White suite comprising low level wc and wall hung wash basin. Part tiled walls.
4.01m (13' 2") x 3.35m (11' 0")
Double bedroom with windows to the rear elevation overlooking fields. Loft access.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
White piece suite comprising low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle. Window to front elevation.
3.76m (12' 4") x 3.38m (11' 1")
Double bedroom with built in wardrobes. Window to the front elevation with far reaching views.
3.10m (10' 2") x 3.02m (9' 11")
Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe. Window to the rear elevation overlooking fields.
2.16m (7' 1") x 1.88m (6' 2")
Single bedroom with window to the front elevation with far reaching views.
White suite comprising bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and bidet. Tiled walls. Tiled floor. Window to rear elevation.
5.77m (18' 11") max x 2.84m (9' 4")
Accessed from the landing via its own staircase, a spacious loft room with window to the side elevation. Eaves storage.
The grounds are entered through ornate iron gates which lead to parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with patio and mature planted borders.
5.89m (19' 4") x 2.92m (9' 7")
Recently constructed of pebbledash concrete panels and fully insulated with 2 upvc double glazed windows and French doors onto the patio. Light and power. Currently used as a workshop but also ideal for use as home office, gym or games room.
Both 10.06m (33' 0")x 6.10m (20' 0")
There are two outbuildings currently housing 16 cattery pens, an office area, kitchen and storeroom with the option to convert to alternative uses. The current owners have operated a successful and profitable boarding cattery business for 18 years and further information on the business is available on request.
Sutton House is located on the fringe of Frodsham, bordering open countryside but still convenient for local schools, the town centre and its amenities.
Frodsham is a much sought after market town, well supplied with a wide variety of shops, restaurants, a post office, new health centre, dentist surgeries, sports centre and excellent schools. There is easy access to Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and North Wales via an extensive roadway system including the M53 and M56 motorways and travel to London from nearby Runcorn station is less than two hours away.