This could the house to change your mind about 1970’s houses.
Built on the site of Second World War army camp and post war Polish resettlement, the Delamere Park estate is full of green spaces, broad streets and community facilities. Over the last 50 years it has become one of the most desirable locations in Cheshire.
This home has extensive, but manageable gardens, plenty of parking and views across the Cheshire countryside.
As with many desirable 70’s properties, it has plenty of light and space, particularly in often forgotten hallway and landing. But this house also has a stunning orangery extension that sucks in light, giving views of the gardens on three sides and when the sun goes down the stars fill the glass ceiling.