Savills | Bosley, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0NY | Property for sale
3,705 sq ft(344.21 sq m)
Guide price £750,000(€868,256)

BosleyMacclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0NY


    Key features

    • Extensive tarmacadam driveway with secure gated access
    • Characterful and spacious family home set in a rural plot
    • 28' traditional farmhouse dining kitchen with log burner
    • Stunning 26'8 living room with Baxi fireplace
    • Impressive conservatory with spectacular countryside views
    • Generously proportioned bedrooms
    • Spectacular principal bedroom suite of over 430sq ft
    • Set within a generous mature plot with open fields to the rear
    • 34'5 Tandem garage with scope for development

    Dating back to the late 1700's, Boggins Hill is a truly delightful rural family residence extending to over 3700 sq ft, set in the most magnificent rural location.

    About this property

    • Originally dating back to the late 1700's, Boggins Hill is a truly delightful rural family residence extending to over 3700 sq ft, set in the most magnificent rural location with direct walking access to the Peak District National Park. The property has been extended over time, offering excellent family accommodation arranged over two floors with character features throughout.

      Set within a generous three quarters acre plot, the property is approached along a sweeping tarmacadem driveway through wooden gates. There are beautifully appointed grounds which include an extensive parking area, 34'5 detached garage, well stocked borders, an Indian stone patio to make the most of the views and a path leading to further gardens which are mainly laid to lawn.

      An open porch leads through a modern composite glazed door and into a bright and spacious welcoming hallway with original beams and solid oak flooring. To the right is a stunning 28' traditional farmhouse dining kitchen with a Belfast sink and stone flagged floor. The comprehensive range of appliances include an integrated fridge and freezer, gas hob and extractor over, double ovens and microwave. The room benefits from a simply delightful double-aspect, with doors opening onto the front and a Clearview log burner in the dining area providing a focal point of the room as well as a heat source for the hot water tank. Solar panels on the roof also fuel hot water and the property is run on a wood pellet boiler which provides instant heat.

      The entrance hallway leads into a reception hall and left into the triple-aspect living room which extends to an impressive 26'8, showcasing original exposed beams and a Baxi fireplace. From here there is access to both the impressive 19'1 conservatory with tiled floor overlooking the landscaped gardens, a library and a further inner hall leading to a spacious utility room with an expansive storage area. Beyond this is a bright and airy double aspect study with a stone feature wall. A cloakroom with WC completes the downstairs accommodation.

      To the first floor, a galleried landing leads to four particularly generously proportioned bedrooms. The principal bedroom suite is a truly exceptional space extending to over 430 sq ft, featuring original beams, a triple-aspect and a south westerly facing Juliet balcony with stunning views. The fitted dressing area provides extensive storage and the en suite bathroom is fully tiled with walnut units, a separate bath and shower, double sinks and a chrome heated towel rail. The tiled floor to the en suite bathroom is fitted with electrical underfloor heating. The family bathrooms to the front of the property are of a traditional style and feature a separate toilet and a useful extra shower room for flexibility.

      Externally, the property is sat in an enviable private tree-lined plot extending to over 0.75 acre and is served by mains water, electricity and a septic tank. A woodshed provides ample fuel storage and there is exterior access to the plant room.

      This well maintained property offers further scope for remodelling and development to suit a wide range of buyers (subject to necessary consents).

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This characterful family home set within beautiful gardens is a must view!

    Andrew ThorpeProperty agent

    Local information

    • Set at the head of a long-gated driveway, Bogginshill sits privately in a rural setting in the village of Bosley, 6 miles from the market towns of Macclesfield, Congleton and Leek, which offer a wide range of amenities including specialist shops, supermarkets, restaurants and private sporting clubs
    • The area offers excellent choices of schooling with highly regarded local state schools and a wide choice of private schools. Bosley St Mary's C of E Primary School is 0.5 miles, Beech Hall School is 7 miles and Kings Macclesfield is 8 miles.
    • The A523 allows easy access to the M6 and M56 for commuters to North West commercial centres and Birmingham. Manchester Airport lies 17 miles away. Macclesfield Train station is 6 miles away and offers a 1hr 48min service to London Euston and a 22min minute service to Manchester Piccadilly.
    • All times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = F