17th Century Cottage
This 17th century oak framed cottage sits at the end of no-through road and has only a handful of neighbours.
It appears to be very rural and has amazing views across several miles of open fields. However, it is just 800 meters from the main A54.
It’s been sympathetically extended at the back with local Cheshire bricks to create quite a substantial home that retains its original character.
Once you get inside it is a cottage lovers delight. There are quarry tiled floors, oak beams, exposed oak frames, oak windows, a stunning vaulted ceiling on the third floor and an inglenook fireplace with log burner in the lounge.
A rare country cottage that does what is says on the tin.