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House for sale in Bank Lane, Congleton

Description

Tenure:
Leasehold
Length of lease:
2995

Barn Conversation SUCH A GREAT FAMILY HOME... Situated in this delightful picturesque location with views towards Bosley cloud and beyond. A stunning barn conversion with spacious superbly appointed accommodation, it has good sized gardens, a paddock and a single garage.

SUCH A GREAT FAMILY HOME...
One of the benefits of country living is being able to savour a spectacular rural view, and the outlook enjoyed from this particular dwelling is not just spectacular, but also wholly panoramic. It takes in many acres of rolling Cheshire countryside, together with the heights of Bosley Cloud and in the far distance The Roaches.

That apart, the dwelling itself has much to commend it by way of well planned accommodation, with the emphasis very much on the reception areas deriving the utmost of the previously mentioned views. There are two superb designated areas Reception Areas with the lounge area having have French doors together with mulit fuel burning stove, the Kitchen is comprehensively equipped with top quality units and will feature a separate Utility Room and Shower Room/WC. The night time accommodation consist of three bedrooms, with the master having built in wardrobes and a well appointed en-suite Shower Room, with the other two serviced by the well appointed family Bathroom.

Outside, there is a gated entrance which leads to the driveway with access to the single garage and attached Gym, and from the garden point of view, there are large gardens. In addition to that, there is also an extensive natural stone flagged terrace, and which will prove to be a wonderfully enticing alfresco dining environment of a summer's evening. Did we also mention its south facing...

Also with the property is some agricultural land separate to the plot but within 10 meters of the home. This is roughly measuring at three quarters of an acre.

Good facilities are available in Congleton, to the south with Eaton located down the road which has one the finest country pubs in the Plough! whilst to the north, those within Macclesfield are more comprehensive and include regular Inter-city rails services to Manchester and London.

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. Recently 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, is close at hand. Macclesfield railway station lies on the main Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston, providing regular Inter-City services.

Butters John Bee is the seller's agent for this property. Your conveyancer is legally responsible for ensuring any purchase agreement fully protects your position. We make detailed enquiries of the seller to ensure the information provided is as accurate as possible. Please inform us if you become aware of any information being inaccurate

  • Unique Barn Conversation
  • Stunning Views Of The Cloud
  • Rural Location
  • Immaculately Finished Throughout
  • Open Plan Living & Wooden Features
  • Off Road Parking & Garage
  • Comes With 3/4 of Acre of Agricultural Land (Appro
  • Spacious Plot
  • House

Location

Property Reference: BJB091001130

Area Guide

The pretty market town of Congleton, nestling at the foothills of the Pennines, is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain. Wildlife flocks to it, attracted by the River Dane, and its residents are...

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