The house buying public must find the attempts of an Agent to highlight the location of a property as being "unrivalled" somewhat tedious these days but we genuinely believe that the setting enjoyed by Underbank Farm is indeed well worthy of that "tag". That setting renders it surrounded by countless acres of rolling Cheshire countryside and yet it is within a few minutes drive of the town centre - an isolated but convenient location, if that doesn't sound too paradoxical!
Compounding that glorious setting is the extent of unrealised potential which will no doubt be relished by the many in today's society looking for that all too elusive unique "project" from which a bespoke country home can be fashioned.
The property originates from the mid 19th century and carries a Grade II listing whilst the accommodation incorporates a traditional layout comprising a central Entrance Hall with a Reception Room either side and complemented by a good size farmhouse Kitchen. Also on the ground floor is a useful Utility Room with a Shower room off, and finally, a substantial Pantry, effectively a room in its own right given its dimensions and extent of natural light. The first floor provides four good sized Bedrooms together with a family Bathroom whilst the substantial roof void forms a Landing off which are a Washroom/Toilet, and two further excellent double Bedrooms.
Outside across the farmyard is an magnificent two storey detached brick built Barn extending to approximately 4,000 square feet and in addition to that, there are a variety of farm buildings commensurate with a traditional working farm but which may be superfluous for the needs of many.
There are open views together with a formal garden area and orchard together with an area of grazing land with the area in total extending to 7.29 acres or thereabouts. As previously mentioned, convenience is key with Underbank Farm notwithstanding its extraordinary setting and the shops in Broken Cross provide good day to day facilities with more comprehensive amenities available in the centre of Macclesfield including direct Inter-city rail services to London on an almost hourly basis on weekdays. Other centres such as Knutsford, Alderley Edge and Wilmslow are within comfortable driving distance as indeed is the south Manchester conurbation, Manchester International Airport and to a slightly lesser degree, the city itself.
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