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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Mill Lane, Scholar Green, ST7


Property Description

Key features

  • Beautifully presented and painstakingly conceived barn conversion.
  • Superb family accommodation.
  • Lovely open views over adjoining farmland.
  • Various striking contemporary features.
  • Double garage, and additional parking.
  • Delightful and peaceful rural setting.

Full description

Beeston House is undoubtedly one of the most stylish and well conceived barn conversions that we have come across in some considerable time, on a number of levels. All too often the conversion of redundant agricultural buildings can be tricky when it comes to forming a dwelling with accommodation that "flows", partly because of the location of windows, and invariably, architects end up "robbing Peter to pay Paul". That is not the case with this particular example however, because the accommodation is superbly configured and the building as a whole is particularly well "windowed", providing an abundance of
natural light.

In addition to that, everyone these days is well acquainted with the crucial nature of the location of a property and that enjoyed by Beeston House is magnificent - it is quiet and secure, with an
attractive approach, and with wonderful views over the adjoining farmland up to the quirky Mow Cop "castle". The accommodation has the comfort and warmth of gas fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing, and it provides a superbly configured lay-out of well proportioned rooms with the initial impact on entering being particularly dramatic because of the wonderful and extremely grand Reception Hall with its full height ceiling and a contemporary version of a Minstral's Gallery! The reception areas provide great versatility and comprise a splendid and substantial Lounge opening out onto the sunny and extremely secluded patio, a separate Dining Room, and a Study, but in addition to that, there is the modern concept of the Living Kitchen which other than the practical, and well equipped and well appointed working area, is a substantial Living/Family Room that enjoys the impact of the previously mentioned views.
Completing the ground floor are a useful Cloakroom, and the Utility Room, whilst upstairs, leading from the Landing, are four extremely well-proportioned double Bedroom, three of which
have en-suite facilities. The Master Suite is particularly impressive because apart from being an attractive Bedroom with pitched ceiling and access to the Gallery, it features an adjoining good
sized Dressing Room, and beyond that, a magnificent and palatial Bathroom with whirlpool bath, large shower cubicle, and twin basins, all in contemporary style.

Outside, in addition to the previously mentioned and painstakingly and expensive fashioned sun terrace, there are lawned gardens together with a detached brick built double Garage, and additional parking. This part of the world has become popular in recent times, given the swift access along the A34 to Congleton, and beyond that, the south Manchester conurbation, and the city itself and its international airport. There are good local day-to-day facilities in the vicinity, including primary schooling.

From Macclesfield or Wilmslow, proceed south to Alderley Edge on the A536 or A34, respectively, and pass through Congleton, continuing on the A34. Pass Astbury village on the left hand side, and then Little Moreton Hall, also on the left, and turn next left into Stone Chair Lane. Turn left at the "T" junction, and cross the Macclesfield Canal. Turn right a third of a mile further on, into Mill Lane, then after a hundred metres or so, just before the brown gates, bear left and enter the farmyard. Turn right, and then immediate left, before the livery and continue onto the driveway and to the garage.



The property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway from Mill Lane, serving this and only one other property and leads to a private parking area for several vehicles and:
The formal front garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a large Indianstone flagged patio area and takes full advantage of the views beyond. To the side is a lovely enclosed and private courtyard
garden which is laid with Indian-stone flags with a further raised seating area, external lighting and gate to the rear of the property. To the rear is a further crushed-slate seating area, enclosed by fencing with gated access to Mill Lane.

All mains services are connected. Gas fired central heating supplying radiators. Sealed unit double glazed windows.
We must advise all prospective purchasers that none of the fixtures and fittings have been tested. Prospective purchasers are advised to obtain their own independent reports.

Council Tax Band G
Cheshire East Council

We are informed is freehold and free from chief rent, however this detail has not been confirmed from the title deeds.

EPC Band C


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Added on Rightmove:
18 November 2016


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