Wybunbury Lane, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 7HD | Property for sale | Savills
372.36 sq m
Guide price £1,295,000(37,187,378 EGP)

Wybunbury LaneNantwich, Cheshire, CW5 7HD

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in February 2024
  • Standing in about five acres, within delightful grounds, gardens, orchard and three acre paddock with tennis court and woodland
  • Two storey former coach house incorporating garaging and versatile first floor suite
  • In a fine rural position on the border of Stapeley and Wybunbury and nearby to historic Nantwich
  • Sweeping twin entrance driveway, two courtyards, range of versatile garden buildings and summerhouse

An extremely attractive detached property sat in grounds of just over five acres with stunning views and a range of outbuildings suitable for a variety of uses.

About this property

  • The Moorlands is set back from the road, in an extremely attractive position behind mature hedging. The double entrance, pebble driveway provides ample off road parking along with the extensive garaging. The property dates back to 1800's with a wealth of character and original features yet has been lovingly maintained and enhanced to offer a fabulous family home.

    Quarry tiled steps lead to a period style panelled door, opening to a welcoming entrance hall. There are feature twin arches that are particularly attractive. The two spacious, front reception rooms are similar in size, with appealing Oak beams, bay windows and feature fireplaces. The bright kitchen / dining / family room is a fabulous area for entertaining with views onto the private grounds beyond. The kitchen offers a range of shaker style, wall, drawer and base units, granite work surfaces and high quality Neff integrated appliances. Off the dining kitchen is a family, living area warmed by a Clearview log burning stove and double doors open to the most appealing garden room. This delightful room offers a great deal of entertaining space with pitched ceiling, underfloor heating and double doors leading to the terrace area, perfect for al fresco dining. To the rear is a fully fitted utility / boot room with a door providing direct access to the rear courtyard area. Completing the downstairs accommodation is a formal dining room with an attractive fireplace and tiled hearth and downstairs WC.

    The first floor accommodation is extremely well proportioned. The generous principal bedroom suite has fitted wardrobes and a contemporary en suite shower room. There is a guest bedroom suite also to the rear elevation with a particularly spacious en suite shower room and views onto the open fields beyond. There are two further bedrooms to the front elevation with large windows allowing maximum light and the fifth bedroom is currently used as a home office. Serving the bedrooms is a family bathroom. There is additional accommodation on the second floor. This is currently used for storage, the space is versatile and could be used as a dependent relative suite, or office space. One can enjoy the far reaching views.

    Externally the property is set in just over five acres with extensive outbuildings. Across the enclosed courtyard is a large double garage with converted annexe / games space above. A former cattle byre provides room for a detached log store, gardeners store and tool shed along with previous stabling. To the side elevation is a paddock extending to just over three acres, there is an orchard with feature fruit trees, along with a large decked terrace area, feature patio areas and extensive landscaped gardens. A large decked area offers a lovely place to sit and enjoy the views onto the extensive gardens and Copse beyond, there is also the benefit of a large timber summerhouse which overlooks a professional floodlit tennis court and the paddock land.

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A fabulous position, rural yet so close to rail and motorway links

Ellis McQueenProperty agent

Local information

  • Wybunbury is a delightful village offering all the requisites of village life with a post office/shop, two well regarded public houses/restaurants, church and junior schooling. The village is famed for its leaning tower and annual fig pie rolling competition.
  • Four major motorways which cross Cheshire ensure fast access to the key commercial centres of Britain and are linked to Nantwich by the A500 Link Road. Manchester Airport, one of Europe's busiest and fastest developing, is within a 45-minute drive of Nantwich. Frequent trains from Crewe railway station link Cheshire to London-Euston in only 1hr 30mins.
  • Manchester and Liverpool offer alternative big city entertainment. Internationally famous football teams, theatres and concert halls are just some of the many attractions. Wychwood Park Golf Club, designed to European PGA tour standards, is approximately 4 miles distant.
  • The historic market town of Nantwich is about 3 miles away.
  • Nantwich is renowned for its beautiful architecture, market town character and good schools. Nantwich offers a good selection of independent shops, eateries, restaurants and bars but also provides more extensive facilities including supermarkets and leisure centre. The attractive Roman city of Chester is approximately 20 miles away.
  • (All travel times and distances approximate)

Additional information

  • Cheshire East Council , Tax Band G
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G