Richmond Place is a particularly handsome Grade II listed building, believed to have been constructed circa 1817, by Thomas Bagnall, a surgeon but also a Sheriff of Chester in
1816. The property was originally built as a pair of grand Georgian semi-detached villas.
The building has recently been converted into eight properties, comprising two penthouse apartments, two triplex townhouses, two mews properties and two cottages.
Every element of the superior specification at Richmond Place is designed to enhance this special property. Original features have been skillfully revived, now complemented with integrated high-quality contemporary fixtures that blend sensitively with the building, providing all the comforts for modern living.
This stunning mews house occupies the rear of the building boasting urban views over the grounds of Richmond Place, towards the site of the former stable buildings.
The property comes fully furnished with high-end fixtures and fittings on the ground floor there is a spacious lounge with two comfy sofas as well as an electric fire. The well-appointed dining kitchen has a good range of integrated appliances and a dining table with four chairs.
A staircase rises to the first-floor landing, with access to a principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, the bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes and a double bed with a mattress. A second double bedroom is next door that comes fully furnished with a double bed, fitted wardrobes, and bedside tables. A luxurious shower room is to the rear that is complete with a glorious rain shower.
Location This property occupies a prominent position on Boughton, with wonderful views towards the River Dee, Chester Meadows and Welsh Hills.
Opportunities for walking, boating and picnicking are close at hand and Chester city centre, with its premium retail, restaurant and cultural destinations is only a short distance away. Waitrose is approximately 100m from the property.
Chester has direct access to the motorway network, linking to Manchester, Liverpool and their airports and to the North Wales coast. There is a direct and regular rail service to London Euston (about 2 hours).
Please note: all times and distances are approximate.