Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11

9 bed Detached House For Sale

£1,100,000
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  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • Property at Wildboarclough, Nr Macclesfield, Cheshire

Property Description

View this property on a map A majestic Grade II listed Georgian period family home with a high enviable approach leading to this highly imposing and handsome stone facade property with it's striking features, set in attractive gardens extending to approximately just under 1 acre including its own woodland, the charming accommodation is arranged over three floors and offers a flexible and versatile layout, it is in need of general updating and gives the purchase an opportunity to appoint to their own particular taste and requirements.

For anyone wanting to live amidst the splendid scenery and wide open spaces of the Peak District National Park, this property will be of much interest. Wildboarclough is one of the area's most colourfully named localities and owing to its natural beauty and local accessibility is held in the highest esteem. Whilst enjoying a setting and views of surroundings evocative of many wilder, more remote beauty spots in Britain, the property also has the benefit of easy access to the nearby towns of Macclesfield, Buxton and Leek - a superb combination.

This highly desirable and impressive family home offers an excellent opportunity to purchase a stunning Grade II listed home that does need updating, but it provides extensive accommodation three floors. Due to the nature of the accommodation, it is extremely flexible and versatile, it enjoys an abundance of natural light creating a bright and airy home. On the second floor, it has its own access and this could easily be used as a separate annexe or teenager suite.

The accommodation has a number of appealing features and offers charm and character with a property of this magnitude, yet still retains a distinct number of characteristics. Internally there are a number of period features still evident including floors, doors and fireplaces, tall ceilings with main focal point being the attractive leaded windows. It has excellent room dimensions, and it could be altered or re configured to suit your requirements, which in brief comprises to the ground floor a wide entrance hall, leading to the library/study which has history has been the old post office room as the name may suggest. There is a large lounge with a feature fireplace. There is a breakfast kitchen, which has access to a pantry. In addition there is a dining room, utility room and separate WC.

To the first floor there are 6 bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC, whilst the second floor could be a further 2/3 bedrooms with lounge, sitting room/games or kitchen, bathroom and a separate WC, and as previously mentioned could have a variety of uses.

Externally it is set in approximately 1 acre of woodland, attractive and pleasant formal gardens which have an interest at every turn with a fine selection of herbaceous borders, ornamental pond, vegetable plot, areas laid to lawn and a large patio area which would be ideal for alfresco dining etc, the approach to the property is high enviable with gated access, with a driveway leading to a car port area. There is a stone outbuilding which is perfect for storage. The woodland area is mainly located to the side of the property, were there is further access to the property and there is large stone built high walls surrounding.

Macclesfield has comprehensive facilities for shoppers, scholars and the sport and leisure orientated, whilst commuters have a wide range of road and rail options, the latter including almost hourly Inter-City trains to both Manchester and London. Buxton is approximately a 20 minute driveway and has been well known as a Spa Town for centuries and is popular with visitors from around the world for its many historical buildings and leisure facilities such as The Opera House, The Natural Baths and the Pavilion Gardens. The market town of Leek has good shopping and other facilities together with a modern leisure centre. Well known for its antique shops it is also close to the abundant scenic attractions of the Churnet Valley and the North Staffordshire moorlands.

Key Features

  • Magnificent Grade II listed Georgian period family home
  • Highly Enviable approach with a stunning stone facade
  • Accommodation over three floors
  • In need of modernisation
  • Set in approximately 1 acre of gardens and woodland

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