An attractive late 19th Century Gate Lodge requiring a programme of renovation and modernisation.
Red Lodge is a charming detached lodge built in the late 19th Century and is listed Grade II under the Planning (Listed building and Conservation areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest. The property has picture postcard' elevations with a mullioned bay window to the ground floor and pargeted panels to the gabled window above.
The property has 874 square feet of accommodation arranged over two floors. The ground floor includes a sitting room, dining room, kitchen bathroom and bedroom. On the first floor there is a master bedroom. There is scope to reorganise the layout to suit individual needs.
The lodge stands within a mature garden plot and adjoins woodland to the rear. It stands on the Western edge of the Tabley house estate in delightful rural surroundings with views over parkland to three sides.
Plans have been drawn up for the property to be extended, these would be subject to planning permission approval.
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One is immediately captured by the charm of this lodgeEdward Morris