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3 bedroom detached house
- A stone built rural property dating from 1635
- Spacious detached farmhouse with deceptive accommodation
- Land totalling 5.84 acres or thereabouts
- Garaging and gardens
- Magnificent views, situated in a highly desirable location
The property has been extensively improved and overhauled in recent times, and a number of striking and thoroughly stylish features have been incorporated, including underfloor heating throughout, superb sanitary ware and kitchen units, and the use of light tunnels.
Hardwood sealed unit double glazing also features, together with stone flagged and porcelain flooring, and although there are a number of tremendous concepts throughout, the highlight of these may well be the superb lounge which effectively, is actually underground and which has a range of patio windows bringing those previously mentioned views into the room.
The main bedroom is also at this level next to the lounge and has a full length range of patio doors. In addition this bedroom also has and intelligently conceived dressing area with extensive wardrobes and a superbly appointed and recently refitted bathroom with whirlpool bath, full width walk-in shower area and twin wash basins.
Also on the ground floor there is a delightful sitting room and splendid 24' living/dining kitchen which has distinct dining and kitchen areas. The kitchen area is extensively fitted with an excellent range of bespoke units in white complemented by granite worktops and a Breakfast bar. There is an inner hall that has a number of fascinating elements and completing the ground floor is a cloakroom and large utility room.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms accessed from a partial galleried landing and the bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite in white with separate shower cubicle that is tandemed with the second bedroom.
Outside is an attached double garage which is currently divided, however can be put back with ease, plenty of additional parking, garden areas and land that extends in total to 5.84 acres or thereabouts. Around 50% of the land forms hill grazing and woodland while the rest is permanent pasture, but nevertheless contributes to what is a really wonderful and desirable setting.
Swythamley, as previously mentioned is a delightful location amidst the Peak District Nation Park. It has a nearby public house and excellent array of walks close by. Macclesfield town centre a short drive away and comprises a mixture of different styles of property. Macclesfield's heritage is in the silk industry and it became the 'Silk' capital in the 1750's, and still retains that traditional "theme" today. The town centre offers an excellent range of facilities to cater for all needs. There is a popular monthly "Treacle Market", which is a bustling Arts, Antiques, Crafts, Food and Drink Market, held on the cobbles of the town centre. There are a number of recreational facilities, including a Leisure centre, rugby, football and cricket clubs. Excellent educational needs are catered for in the local private and state primary and secondary schools, which are highly regarded. Access to the North West Motorway network, Manchester International Airport and some of Cheshire's finest countryside are close at hand. Macclesfield railway station lies on the main Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston, providing regular Inter-City services.
SERVICES: Mains electricity. Spring water supply. LPG underfloor heating with individual thermostat controls. Septic tank drainage. TENURE: We are advised Freehold and free from Chief Rent. Council Tax Band: G (Cheshire East Council) Energy Efficiency Rating - Band:- D VIEWING: By appointment through the Agents.
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Meller Braggins - Knutsford
Preference House 101 King Street, Knutsford WA16 6EQ
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