The Stables, Bulkeley
- Exciting and unique property in stunning location
- Substantial light, airy accommodation of 4250 sq ft
- High quality, modern finish throughout
- Five bedrooms all with en-suite facilities
- Fabulous open-plan kitchen/family room, living/entrance hall, sitting room
- Attractive outlook over large ornamental pond, mature gardens
- Garage/workshop with storage space over
- Galvanised steel portal-framed agricultural building (65’ x 45’)
- Pasture land. 11.79 Acres in all (4.77 Ha)
- Peaceful location along private shared drive
- 10 minute’s walk from stunning Bulkeley Hill which connects to the Sandstone Trail
The Stables is situated in the most idyllic rural location along a private shared drive, which is within the property’s ownership, and provides access to only three other properties. This attractive area of South Cheshire is renowned for its limitless walking, cycling and riding opportunities and the well-known Sandstone Trail passes near the property. Bulkeley Hill is only one mile away and this provides endless off-road walking, biking and horse riding as it links with Beeston,
In spite of its never-ending outdoors opportunities, the area is exceptionally accessible with the nearby A41 and A49 offering easy access to Whitchurch, Chester and Warrington and the M56 motorway being only twenty miles away. The mainline rail station of Crewe is just sixteen miles away and the planned improvements in the next few years will improve the travel time to London dramatically.
It is not often a house of this size and standard come to the market and once you set foot through the gates you will not want to leave this tranquil haven.
The enormous kitchen/family room is undoubtedly the centre of the house offering space for the family to enjoy together. Within the house there is potential to create a versatile self-contained flat.
The five bedrooms each have private bathroom facilities with the principal bedroom benefitting from a dressing room.
This totally unique property was newly built in 2012/13 and offers fantastic light and airy modern accommodation. A range of eco-friendly features including air source heating, solar panels and rain water harvesting are all designed to minimise the cost of living in such a substantial property and this is reflected in the EPC rating which is ‘B’.
For those wanting to work from home, the cedar clad workshop would offer ideal workshop or office space subject to some small alterations.
The galvanised steel portal-framed ‘Browns of Wem’ shed was only completed six months ago and this offers ideal storage space or could be adapted to provide stabling or loose housing for stock.
The Gardens and Land
The wonderful mature gardens centre around the large ornamental pond with feature waterfall and fountain. Several well-placed seating areas and a summer house offer attractive positions from which to sit and enjoy this fabulous feature and enjoy a drink whilst watching the plethora of bird and wildlife which visit the water. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with an orchard area to the side of the house.
The land is split into several paddocks which are found to either side of the lane and offer excellent facilities for grazing stock or amenity purposes.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a property in this much sought-after area of South Cheshire and whilst much can be understood by downloading the sales details and inspecting the virtual tour, we would recommend viewing in order to fully appreciate the huge potential.
Please contact either Annabel or Steph on 01630 692500 or email@example.com to organise an appointment.