Enjoying a highly enviable rural setting with stunning views over Cheshire and beyond and includes 20 acres of land including stabling, paddocks, a full size menage and adjoining Lyme Park with rights to ride your horse, a handsome stone built property with spacious rooms and a delightful garden, convenient for local amenities.
The property is perfect for those interested in equestrian pursuits especially as it enjoys it's own idyllic rural setting yet creates a perfect situation as you can explore or ride your horse on the land and through Lyme Park as you have full rights with easy access, meaning the security and conveniences of not having to use main roads if you so wish. It offers 9 loose boxes including a large hay store with ample storage ideal for a tack room, a timber double stable block and further stabling. There is a full size menage measuring 80m x 20m. It has in the region of 20 acres (to be confirmed) which is relatively flat. The land is enclosed by large dry stone walling around the perimeter of Lyme Park and post and rail fencing. There is a footpath right of way through part of the land, for more information please contact the office. Outside there is an outbuilding, ample off road parking and pleasant private gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with a good sized patio to the front.
This particular property enjoys superb views over the beautiful Cheshire countryside and beyond, including Alderley Edge and Manchester thus creating a stunning picturesque setting, along with easy access to Lyme Park.
This Grade II listed farmhouse has an abundance of charming features and bears a date stone of 1748 on the front elevation. It has attractive stone elevations under a pitched flagged roof. Internally the accommodation is spacious and offers excellent room dimensions and offers further scope to improve or alter. In brief the accommodation comprises: entrance vestibule, lounge which has a feature brick fireplace and an exposed stone wall and is open to the inner hall which gives access to the cellar. There is a spacious dining room which is currently being utilised as a study with a feature fireplace and views over the garden and towards Lyme park. There is a good sized breakfast kitchen which has duel aspects and it is fitted with an extensive range of units , ample space for a dining table and enjoys beautiful views. In addition there is a further reception room and a cloakroom/WC. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a good sized bathroom fitted with a three piece suite.
The property is located in the heart of the Peak District National park adjoining the grounds of Lyme Park, Pott Shrigley is a quaint village and a is a short drive to a number of popular towns and villages including Bollington, Poynton and Macclesfield. Poynton centre has a wide range of shops which more than adequately deal with your day to day needs. Including a wide variety of pubs, bars and restaurants. Macclesfield's heritage is in the silk industry, in that it became the country's 'Silk' capital in the 1750's, and still retains that traditional town feel. The town centre offers an excellent range of facilities to cater for all needs. More 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. Educational needs are catered for in the private and state primary and secondary schools in the town, 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 Inter-City line.
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