Forming part of this highly popular small development of attractive barn conversions around an attractive courtyard setting, this charming and deceptively spacious family home offers comfortable living, situated within easy reach of local amenities and good schools. it has a beautiful garden with parking and single garage.
Enjoying a peaceful setting, situated in a semi-rural location, yet is by no means isolated as it is within easy distance to Gawsworth where there is a primary school, convenience shop and the local pub is within a 1 minute walk, Macclesfield is a 10 minute drive away and offers an excellent range of local amenities and being located on the outskirts of the town the property also offers easy access to the beautiful Cheshire countryside.
This attractive barn conversion offers a flexible and versatile layout with a number of charming features including exposed brick work, beams and attractive stone flagged floors to name a few. It has a good standard of decoration maintained throughout and has abundance of natural light.
In brief the accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall, Dining Room/Bedroom, good sized Lounge with feature fireplace,. The stunning breakfast and family Kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of units comprising cupboards and drawers with space for all appliances, and there is ample space for a dining table and sofa, this leads to the single garage with utility area and the Cloakroom/W.C. To the first floor there is a split level landing which is a lovely feature, with the first level leading to an occasional room suitable for a number of uses, with the other level leading to two excellent double bedrooms with the master Bedroom having its own en-suite facilities. The remaining Bedrooms are served by the family Bathroom fitted with a three piece suite in white.
Externally, to the front of the property there ample off-road parking for a number of vehicles and leads to the single Garage. To the rear there is a private garden with views to the rear, and this is mainly laid to lawn, has a patio area, and is fully enclosed.
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 are close at hand. Macclesfield railway station lies on the main Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston, providing regular Inter-City services.
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