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6 bedroom country house for sale
Church Street, Malpas, Cheshire
Tenure: FreeholdAccommodation in Brief
Vestibule Hall Drawing Room Sitting Room Dining Room Kitchen Studio Cellars 6 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Separate wc Attic Storage South Facing Part Walled Gardens Formal Lawn Vegetable Garden Views of the Surrounding Countryside
Georgian House is a truly elegant property being a superb example of unspoilt Georgian architecture. The property was constructed in circa 1830 of Flemish bond brown brick work under a slate roof and has an abundance of period features. The front faηade remains untouched with 5 sash windows on painted stone sills and a front door set in a panelled door case with columns either side which are thought to have been modelled on the Tower of the Winds, Athens. Above is an elegant glazed
Internally Georgian House still retains its original character with a Vestibule having a tiled floor and glazed door to the Hall. From the Hall all the reception rooms can be accessed, in particular the impressive Dining Room with a fine coffered ceiling, floor to ceiling windows, French doors to the garden and a carved marble fireplace on a tiled hearth.
Off the Hall is a Kitchen with breakfast area containing bespoke fitted wall and base units under work surfaces incorporating a gas Aga, 2 ring halogen hob, Belfast sink, Neff oven and dishwasher and a separate Pantry. A back staircase leads up to the first floor and a further side door leads to an alternative external entrance and passageway to a Studio and housing 2 Glow Worm gas boilers. Adjacent to the Kitchen is a further Sitting Room and a Drawing Room which has a large multifuel burner and lovely garden aspect. There are substantial Cellars which consist of 3 rooms underneath the Sitting Room and Drawing Room.
The first and second floors of the house are approached via an attractive turned staircase with a half landing with far reaching views across Shropshire towards North Wales and include 4 double bedrooms and a recently fitted bathroom with separate wc on the first floor. Back stairs lead from the kitchen to the second floor where there are two double bedrooms with oak beamed ceilings, and a bathroom.