This stunning three-bedroom barn conversion has been recently refurbished and updated in a contemporary style, effortlessly blending period features and modern conveniences. The property is intriguing and unique in design, complimented by the finest of fixtures and fittings. Particular mention must be made of the beautiful dining kitchen with island unit, stone worktops, vaulted ceiling, velux windows and fitted appliances as well separate utility, snug/sitting room and en-suite bedroom. To the first floor are two further double bedrooms, accessed by galleried landing with views over the kitchen serviced by Jack & Jill bathroom. The development is formed by seven individually designed properties each with its own unique style with landscaped communal areas and immaculately presented grounds. There is an option to buy additional land and stabling attached to the development with the potential to keep horses and other outdoor pursuits, by separate negotiation. Located in an ever-popular position on a quiet leafy lane, forming part of an exclusive development of similar properties with far reaching views over adjoining countryside whilst being ideally positioned for all major network links to the Northwest and beyond. The property is approached through wrought iron electric gates over a sweeping gravel driveway leading to the detached garaging and over landscaped courtyard to the front entrance. The gardens are laid to lawn in the main with a range of planting, fully enclosed by dwarf brick elevations giving open views of surrounding countryside. Indian stone flagged patio accessed via the living dining kitchen gives ideal opportunity for alfresco dining and enjoying the southerly aspect. Directions From the roundabout in Canute Square travel along King Edward Road (A50) and at the traffic lights by the rail station continue straight onto Toft Road which continues into Holmes Chapel Road (A50). Turn right onto Middlewich Road (B5081) and continue along this road. Upon reaching the crossroads and The Three Greyhounds public house on your right continue straight across in the direction of Byley. Turn right onto Drakelow Lane and left onto Yatehouse Lane and continue along this road until the entrance to the barns will soon be seen. Reception 1
Externally The property is approached through wrought iron electric gates over a sweeping gravel driveway leading to the detached garaging and over landscaped courtyard to the front entrance. The gardens are laid to lawn in the main with a range of planting, fully enclosed by dwarf brick elevations giving open views of surrounding countryside. Indian stone flagged patio accessed via the living dining kitchen gives ideal opportunity for alfresco dining and enjoying the southerly aspect. Garage
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