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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms

Features

  • Freehold
  • 3 Bedroom Former Miners Cottage
  • Approx 6.75 Acres Plot
  • No Vendor Chain
  • Breathtaking Views
  • Two Stables & Paddock
  • Private Driveway
  • Orchard
  • Two Additional Miners Cottages In The Grounds
  • Private Driveway

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Since listed: 499 page views

Description

New listing - no vendor chain *3 double bedroom detached cottage with 6.75 acres of land ** stables** stone outbuildings with potential for conversion residential/holiday cottages. Avona, an individual 3 bedroom cottage set within what has to be one of the most beautiful & secluded locations within the local area. Being obscured from the roadside, with the only clue to its existence being a bespoke signpost at the bottom of its private access road, which delivers you to immediate breath taking panoramic views over several counties, whilst providing an instant visualisation of just how wonderful your everyday life could be.
Upon immediate arrival you know this property is going to be special, by virtue not only of its previously mentioned surroundings but its classic stone cottage design which is framed by upvc hardwood effect windows and inviting covered porch. This charming cottage has been in occupancy by its present owners for over 3 decades, a true testimony to the delightful lifestyle it provides.
The sale of Avona not only represents an equestrian opportunity with its 6.75 acres of predominately flat grounds consisting of paddocks with two stables & impressive sized barn, log store, two hen houses set within a larger feed house, but also a superb investment opportunity, as included in the title are two stone outbuildings. These former miners cottages offer great potential for redevelopment (subject to approval) ideal for those looking to pursue a business opportunity for a holiday let. Or as a possible residential dwelling, which once converted would complement idyllic surroundings.
This cottage itself also offers much potential. At present the cottage is of a single storey with 3 double bedrooms & two bathrooms. It has been extended to take full advantage of its far reaching views, to include a contemporary style extension with vaulted ceiling having exposed oak beams & roof windows providing optimum light in cohesion to the full width windows.
In contrast there is a more traditional style open plan lounge which offers a relaxed & inviting ambiance courtesy of its two multi fuel stoves, which are a welcomed addition during the winter months & an additional accompaniment to the modern lpg fired heating system.
The kitchen is at the heart of the home with bespoke shaker style units & quality Neff appliances.
The formal grounds include established gardens which flourish during the spring & summer months that are a real delight to any keen gardener, which include a covered fish pond & attractive well stocked borders. In addition there are private woodlands to the curtilage, which are a delightful encouragement for nature & inquisitive children.
For those looking for a taste of the good life there is plenty of opportunity to be had. There is an orchard which includes an assortment of fruit trees plus a separate well stocked kitchen garden & serving greenhouses. There’s a useful utility store & further range of additional outbuildings which could inspire purpose such as a winery, hobbies room or an external office.
If you ever tire of your own picturesque grounds, neighbouring Bosley Cloud serves not only as dramatic backdrop, but as a wonderful hiking trail. This local beauty spot is owned by the national trust & is highly regarded national treasure, being one of many points of interest in the immediate area. The Gritstone trail also runs alongside, providing some of the best scenic hacking routes in the area.
An exciting & rare opportunity which will appeal to many purchasers looking to escape to the country whilst retaining the conveniences of the surrounding Staffordshire & Cheshire towns, their amenities & many available travel options.

Entrance Hall

Part glazed solid wood door to the front elevation, uPVC double glazed window to front elevation, Victorian style tiled floor to entrance, useful storage cupboard with clothes rail, radiator, and security alarm panel.

Bedroom Three (10' 5'' x 10' 8'' (3.18m x 3.26m))

UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation with views of the garden and surrounding fields, wood effect laminate flooring, radiator

Shower Room (8' 3'' x 10' 7'' (2.52m x 3.23m))

Corner shower cubical with chrome fitment over, hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap over, WC with push flush, chrome ladder style heated towel rail, tiled flooring, extractor fan

Family Bathroom (8' 3'' x 10' 7'' (2.52m x 3.23m))

UPVC double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation, panelled bath with chrome shower tap over, shower cubical, pedestal sink with chrome tap over, low level WC, tiled flooring, built in shelving, chrome ladder style heated towel raid, radiator

Bedroom Two (12' 2'' x 10' 3'' (3.72m x 3.12m))

UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with views of the gardens and surrounding fields, solid oak flooring, radiator.

Master Bedroom (11' 10'' x 13' 11'' (3.60m x 4.25m))

UPVC double glazed window to both the side and rear elevations with stunning views of Gun Hill & Leek, engineered oak flooring, radiator, x2 built in double wardrobes.

Kitchen (12' 2'' x 8' 10'' (3.70m x 2.69m))

UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, fitted shaker style units to both base & eye level offering plenty of storage space.Integral Neff dishwasher, Neff oven & grill with plate warming drawer, Neff microwave, and Neff gas hob, stainless steel extractor fan, stainless steel sink with drainer and stainless steel mixer tap over, radiator, window into sun room with elm window sill, tiled flooring, space for fridge freezer, space for washer, original beamed ceilings, loft access

Sun Room (18' 10'' x 9' 10'' (5.75m x 2.99m))

UPVC double glazed door to the rear elevation leading to gardens, uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with breathtaking over the surrounding hills, x 2 sky lights, x3 radiators, worktop space, fitted cupboard to eye level, boiler, space for dryer.

Living Room (26' 7'' x 12' 3'' (8.09m x 3.74m))

UPVC double glazed windows to three sides, uPVC double glazed door to rear elevation leading to gardens, solid oak flooring, x2 multi-fuel burners with oak mantels & stone hearths, built in shelving, beamed ceiling, x2 radiators, x3 wall lights

Outside

Front

The property is accessed via long private driveway from Red Lane. To the front elevation is a paved yard / parking area, an oak framed car port for two vehicles with Staffordshire blue tiled roof, and lawn area with established plants & shrubs

South Garden

Laid to lawn to all sides with flagged walk ways, fish pond, established trees, shrubs and plants, walled and fence boundaries, dairy ( currently used as a freezer store ) with light & power, green house also with light & power, stunning views of Gun Hill & over to Leek

West Gardens

Garden area laid to lawn with established plants & shrubs, paved seating area, large vegetable garden, wooden summer house, x 2 stones sheds, further workshop, lpg gas tank. There is a further garden laid to lawn with paved seating with views of The Cloud and Heather Moor and across Cheshire.

Further Land

The property sits on an approx 6.75 acre plot, featuring fields with a further two paddocks with water tanks. An orchard featuring apple, pear, plumb and chestnut trees, which leads to a wooded area a range of rhododendrons, camelias, magnolias and azaleas.

Outbuildings

In addition to the main house are x2 feed stores, hen house, goose house and x2 stables all with light and power, log stored, large barn of brick & steel construction with light and power. Further lean to of corrugated steel construction

Former Miners Cottages One (13' 8'' x 22' 10'' (4.17m x 6.97m))

Currently used for animals but would make excellent holiday cottages (subject to planning permission). Being stone construction under a pitched tiled roof.

Former Miners Cottages Two (18' 11'' x 7' 5'' (5.77m x 2.26m))

Currently used for animals but would make excellent holiday cottages (subject to planning permission). Being stone construction under a pitched tiled roof.

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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Congleton 2.3 miles
  • Macclesfield 6.4 miles
  • Bosley St Mary's CofE Primary School 1.5 miles
  • Rushton CofE (C) Primary School 2.1 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Congleton 2.3 miles
  • Macclesfield 6.4 miles
  • Bosley St Mary's CofE Primary School 1.5 miles
  • Rushton CofE (C) Primary School 2.1 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in CW12:

  • £364,084
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
28th Feb 2020 £695,000 First listed

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