Forming part of a row of ten cottages dating from around 1830, 29 Egerton Street is a handsome red brick house, located within the City Centre (Chester) Conservation Area. With light-filled accommodation arranged over four floors, the property is configured to provide ideal family and entertaining space.
29 Egerton Street has attractive retained period features including sash windows, high ceilings with fine cornicing and original fireplaces. Accessed through a gable end front door, the ground floor accommodation flows from a wooden-floored reception hall.
The generous front aspect reception room has exposed wooden flooring and feature fireplace with woodburning stove. A large open plan kitchen/dining room comprises a range of wall and base units, wooden worktops and modern integrated appliances, and the dining area with exposed wooden flooring, a feature cast iron open fireplace with bespoke storage to both sides and two large sky lanterns. Patio doors open from the kitchen onto the rear verandah flooding the area with natural light. The house also benefits from a fitted utility room and cloakroom, accessible from the covered verandah.
Concealed stairs from the reception hall lead down to a large lower ground floor with two 14 ft. rooms, both suitable for a variety of uses.
On the first floor, the property provides a generous principal bedroom with a feature cast iron open fireplace flanked on each side by built-in storage and contemporary fully-tiled en suite shower room, a second double bedroom with built-in storage and a feature cast iron open fireplace together with a family bathroom with freestanding slipper bath. The propertys two remaining double bedrooms can be found on the second floor, together with a family shower room.