Stunning lock up and leave
Set within the confines of a Victorian manufacturers ‘stately’ home, this apartment makes an amazing lock up ad leave.
Oakmere Hall was built in 1867 for John & Thomas Johnson, merchants and chemical manufacturers of Runcorn., but following financial catastrophe the first occupant was John Higson, a Liverpool merchant. In 1943 it was bought by the Miners Welfare coCommission as a rehabilitation centre. In later entered service with the fledgling NHS and was finally converted in to apartments.
The current owners benefit from a stunning entrance hall and staircase as well as extensive grounds that includes a fishing lake.
The double height ceiling in the lounger’s and kitchen areas cancels a second floor that holds the bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom on the main floor also has a stunning en-suite.
This really is a great second home with rural appeal and plenty of space for entertaining friends and family.