HIGH STREET, FRODSHAM WA6 7AN
Library House is a development of 14 one and two bedroom apartments and duplexes within a converted Chapel in the centre of Frodsham.
Library House began life in 1837 as a Chapel and was converted into a Library in the 1930’s before being closed in 2013. House Crowd Developments has stepped in to give the landmark building a new lease of life.
The building is well known locally for its fabulous bee motif stained glass windows and these, along with many other period features, have been restored and retained to offer modern apartment living with period charm and character.
Each of the 14 apartments has been designed to maximise space, light and to incorporate stunning period features.
The lower ground floor offers a choice of four apartments; three with one bedroom and one with two bedrooms. All apartments on this floor include a modern open plan kitchen/dining and living space and a main bathroom.
On the ground and first floor are a choice of 10 two-bedroom duplex apartments with between 440 sq ft and 844 sq ft of living accommodation. With the exception of apartment 14, they offer an open plan kitchen/dining and living room with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the upper floor. Apartment 14 provides a kitchen/dining room and separate lounge.
The apartments have been finished to an exacting standard with high quality fittings and fixtures from leading designers and manufacturers. Where possible, natural wood, brushed chrome and timber have been used in keeping with the style of the building.
Contemporary style kitchens finished in matte shades are handleless with soft closing doors and drawers. Work surfaces and porcelain floor tiles are provided in complementary colour tones. Integrated into the scheme is an induction hob, oven and fridge freezer and a washer/dryer.
Contemporary designer bathrooms include complementary large format porcelain wall and floor tiles. There is an alarm and smoke detector and satellite TV and telephone points are provided in the lounge and all bedrooms (subject to subscriptions).
Situated just 10 miles from Chester, 20 miles from Liverpool and 28 miles from Manchester, Frodsham presents itself as the ideal location for those looking for the relative calm of the country whilst being close to vibrant city centres.
It’s a thriving market town that can trace its roots back to the 13th century and features a wealth of attractive period buildings, many with Blue Plaque honours. The market is in full swing every Thursday and on other days there are a range of shops, cafes and swanky restaurants to frequent as well as the beloved Devonshire Bakery and 13 different pubs!
Let off steam along the Sandstone Trail, an 11 mile walk that rises over the Cheshire Plains or head to the Castle Park Arts Centre for art galleries, workshops, craft stores, a café and a walk through acres of parkland.