Rivenhall Close sits within the Woodville Place development, a large development within the popular residential area of Great Sankey. It’s located a stone's throw away from Chapelford Village which boasts its own schooling facilities (fantastic OFSTED reports), family-friendly public house (Yes Please), outstanding parkland and supermarket (Sainsbury's).
This is a beautifully presented 3 double bedroom family home that was constructed in 2020, the proportions are generous and provide ample living space for a modern-day family home. The bay window and broad canopy sheltering the entrance add an instant appeal to this superb family home. With its elegant large lounge, featuring french doors in the dining area and an en-suite master bedroom, it perfectly balances style with comfort.
When you leave the car at home and explore the local area by foot or bicycle, you get to know it so much better. And by using local shops and services, you’ll help to keep the neighbourhood vibrant and prosperous. Every place has its own personality, and once you move in you’ll soon find your favourite walks, and the shops you like best.
Shops in the area include a pharmacy in Barrow Hall Lane and a large Sainsbury store. A little further away, the Westbrook Centre incorporates a major Asda supermarket, a pharmacy and other smaller shops, a library and a 10-screen Odeon cinema. It is also the location of The Westbrook Medical Centre and a dental surgery. A little further north, the Gemini Retail Park includes major M&S and Ikea stores. There is another small local shopping centre with a post office around a mile to the south, close to The Woodlands pub where the car park has recycling facilities for most household packaging.
Local schools include Barrow Hall Primary, recently relocated to a new building just a few yards from the houses, which achieved an ‘outstanding’ assessment for leadership and pupil behaviour in its most recent Ofsted inspection, and Chapelford Village Primary. Both were recognised as ‘good’ overall, by Ofsted. Great Sankey High School, less than half a mile away, was described by Ofsted as an outstanding school, enjoyed immensely by pupils. The short trip into Warrington town centre opens up an eclectic choice of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés, as well as museums and galleries, the Pyramid Arts Centre, and the Parr Concert Hall, offering a wide choice of live entertainment and cultural activities.
You enter this elegant family home into the living room. The original home had an L-shaped lounge, however, the current owners decided to remove this wall to open up the space downstairs. Giving the current owners more space for their furniture.
As you walk through this beautiful home, you can feel just how new it is. The current owners have really taken care of this home but it's now ready for a new family to put their stamp on it and call it home. Between the stairs and kitchen, there is a w/c, to the rear of this home sits a very modern kitchen with an integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher & washing machine, and French doors leading out into the garden (we will come back to this later) and finally lets talk about one of my favourite rooms in the house which is the garage, you can access the garage through the kitchen. The garage is very deceptive from the outside. It looks like a standard side garage for 1 car, however, once you step foot in it you notice it is much wider and longer than the average garage. For me this room offers so much, it could be converted into another living space, possibly split in two so you still have a garage at the front and a snug room to the rear. Let your imagination get carried away by dissecting the floorplan!
Moving upstairs you can’t help but notice the quality of the carpet you are walking on, no expense was spared on the underlay for this flooring. Each bedroom is well presented, they are all large doubles with two of the rooms boasting floor-to-ceiling built-in mirrored wardrobes all on sliding doors. There is a good size family bathroom and the master bedroom also has an ensuite.
I believe the garden is an extension to your home, and for me the current owners have done a fantastic job to utilise the space to really think about what people need in the 21st century. With more and more people working from home, the current owner has constructed an outbuilding under permitted development, he has used high-quality material for the whole build and done this himself over 3 weeks, no stone went unturned constructing this outbuilding, with its own consumer unit separate from the home. The outbuilding is currently a blank canvas inside with plenty of lighting and power points. It could easily be used as an office from home, salon, gym and much more. Even with this large outbuilding, you are left with ample garden space to entertain in.
Tenure : Freehold
Council Tax : Band D - approx £1969.00 pa
Lounge - 3.77m x 5.24m
Kitchen / Diner - 3.68m x 3.77m
Bedroom 1 - 3.02m x 3.4m
Bedroom 2 - 3.68m x 4.07m
Bedroom 3 - 2.78m x 3.54m