A rare period home and one of Warrington’s oldest houses has been put on the market with Ashtons, which is looking for offers in excess of £349,950.

The large, detached, three/four bedroom Bewsey Hall Lodge in a lovely, secluded parkland location – adjacent to the Old Hall and within the Sankey Valley Park – boasts fabulous views and large, mature gardens.

A distinctive and charming property, it was built around 1863.

A substantial, award-winning extension was added in 2001, carefully designed to blend with the original building and retain many original features.

Set in an area steeped in history, the property benefits from the privacy of its park location, with rich wildlife habitats and numerous walking/cycling paths.

It is also within walking distance of local amenities and the town centre and has easy access to all major motorway and rail networks.

A truly immaculate family home, it has been lovingly maintained.

The ground floor consists of an entrance hall, two reception rooms, generous sized kitchen/diner, utility room and a cloakroom/toilet.

The first floor has three superb double bedrooms, with an en suite to the master, plus a study/office and a family bathroom.

The large, professionally designed gardens including an outdoor eating area are very private and well maintained.

There is a large detached garage and driveway with ample parking which is served by electronically operated gates.

Vehicle access is limited to the property owners, their visitors and park services only, providing a safe, traffic-free environment.

To arrange a viewing, contact Ashtons’ Great Sankey branch manager Nick Johnson on 01925 454300 or send an email to sankey@ashtons.net.