It is very rare that properties on the in this stunning location becomes available to the open market especially one with such a beautiful elevated position. The cottage, whilst in need of modernisation offers the potential to be extended (subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents) and reconfigured to take full advantage of the views on offer.
The accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway leading through to a large open plan kitchen/dining room, fitted with a range of wall and base storage units with large picture windows to the front elevation. The kitchen flows through into a good size living room offering far reaching views. A rear hallway offers access to a large utility room which offers potential to be converted into a sitting room.
On the first floor three are three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom, each offering delightful rooms. There may be the opportunity to create a fourth bedroom above the utility room (subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents).
To the rear of the property is a wonderfully mature garden, mainly laid to lawn and made private by mature hedging. Further paddock land is available subject to further negotiation.
*Please note that the property is subject to an agricultural tie, please call the office for further information*
In it's elevated and prominent setting the nearby Birtles Hall stands within manicured grounds amidst undulating parkland on the southern slopes of The Edge'. Well placed for access to the villages of Alderley Edge and Prestbury, the town of Wilmslow and the market town of Macclesfield and especially easy to reach via the new Alderley Edge bypass, only five minutes drive away. A local Spar at Monks Heath supplements independent butchers and grocery shops in Chelford and Waitrose and other supermarkets in the nearby villages and towns.
For the more adventurous, the Peak National Park is close by as are many golf courses, Spas and Health Clubs. Livery is available locally and even sailing at Redesmere Sailing Club just up the road. A croquet lawn and small pavilion lie beyond the formal garden to the front of the hall. The hall is approached by a sweeping driveway through the parkland which forks to Birtles Lane or the Chelford Road. For regular commuters to London or Manchester you are spoilt for choice, with main West Coast line trains from Macclesfield or Wilmslow (potentially 1hr 48 & 1hr 52 mins respectively) and Manchester Trains (about 30 mins) from Chelford and Alderley Edge or the main line stations. The airport is usually about a 30 minute drive away.