Savills | Sutton, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0NJ | Property for sale
615.11 sq m
Guide price £1,150,000

SuttonMacclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0NJ

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2020
  • Far reaching rural views
  • Ideal for extended family living and equestrian
  • Cottages have previously been successfully premium let
  • Beautiful stone set driveway and turning area
  • Outbuildings including open barn, store, 2 workshops
  • 2 garages and 2 further stores
  • Further 23.5 acres available

Impressive renovated attractive stone built farmhouse and 2 adjoining cottages with outbuildings and barn - gardens and grounds to 7.5 acres with a further 23.5 acres available.

About this property

  • Little Pethills Farm
    Sutton, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK1 0NJ

    Farmhouse with two cottages & outbuildings in over 7.5 acres

    Stunning rural setting with views and further 23.5 acres available

    Stone built farmhouse
    Four bedrooms & two bathrooms
    Two 2 bedroom cottages
    Outbuildings & barn
    Superbly presented
    Long private lane and drive
    Attractive gardens & terrace
    Perfect for extended family or letting

    Little Pethills Farm offers not only a charming and beautifully presented stone built farmhouse but two adjoining self-contained cottages. These have previously let very well and could suit either an extended family or could be integrated into the main house to suit buyer's needs.

    As a farm, the property will suit not only a family but also equestrians with a range of barns and outbuildings and included within the sale, about 7.5 acres. An additional 23.5 acres are owned by our clients and are available by separate negotiation if required. These are currently let under annual licence to a local farmer creating the opportunity to buy as a mixed use property.

    The property has undergone an impressive renovation with plenty of rare pitch pine, quarry tiled flooring, wood burning stoves and a farmhouse kitchen with ‘in frame' cupboards, an AGA and integrated appliances. A cloaks/shower room and boot room are perfect for those with dogs. There are two excellent adjoining reception rooms with French doors opening to the stone flagged rear terrace: ideal for barbeques on a summer evening while watching the sun setting over the hills.

    There are four good double bedrooms in the main house, all with superb views and fitted bedrooms and with the cottages integrated, there could be at least 6 bedrooms and another bathroom or two.

    Currently there are two adjoining cottages which have been used as premium letting properties. They are both self-contained and have well equipped kitchens, shower rooms and two bedrooms with an open plan living/dining room each. An adjoining laundry serves both cottages.

    The outbuildings include an open barn and dry store, a pair of workshops with a large store to the rear and a yard area. A double garage and adjoining store and second store lie across the beautiful stone set driveway and turning area. In addition there is an oil tank and fuel store.

    The gardens include a lawned garden and terrace area to the south east, a green house and to the rear, a deep terrace and further lawn with a dry stone wall to the boundary with wonderful views over the stream through the valley and fields beyond.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A great opportunity for extended family living with land and stunning views

Mark HoldenProperty agent

Local information

  • Macclesfield: 4.5 miles, Prestbury: 8 miles, Alderley Edge: 11 miles, Buxton: 11 miles, Wilmslow: 13.5 miles, M6 Junction 17: 15 miles, Manchester Airport: 16.5 miles, City Centre: 25 miles
  • On the fringe of the Peak District National Park amidst undulating hills on the lower slopes of the Pennines lies Little Pethills Farm. Set within over 7.5 acres with a further 23.5 acres available, this beautiful stone-built farmhouse and cottages lies at the head of a single track country lane.
  • Although rural, the property is not isolated and the occasional walkers will stroll through the yard using the footpath which winds down the valley linking two sections of the Gritstone Trail. The main West Coast line passes through Macclesfield about 4.5 miles away, placing London 1hr 42 minutes away. This charming market town serves the local rural community well with all the main supermarkets, specialist shops and good schools in both the state and private sectors.
  • Naturally the surrounding countryside and hills are breathtakingly attractive and a full range of leisure facilities are close by including splendid walks, cycling routes, climbing, livery and sailing at Rudyard Lake Sailing Club. There are plenty of golf courses to choose from including nearby Macclesfield and the cultural centre of Buxton with its annual festival is only a 20 minute drive away.
  • A more delightful location with all the benefits of the countryside and yet the convenience and services of a nearby market town would be hard to find.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold