Northwich Road, Higher Whitley, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 4PH | Property for sale | Savills
3,758 sq ft(349.13 sq m)
Guide price £850,000(€1,010,218)

Northwich RoadHigher Whitley, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 4PH


    Key features

    • Characterful four bedroom period cottage
    • Uninterrupted views of Cheshire countryside
    • Integral secondary accommodation
    • Triple Garage
    • Spacious south facing garden

    An idyllic four bedroom period cottage, boasting characterful period features and completed to the highest of standards, including a splendid integral secondary accommodation and barn.

    About this property

    • An idyllic four bedroom period cottage, boasting characterful period features, including splendid integral secondary accommodation and barn.
      Internally, the property has been completed to an exacting standard, featuring log burners, exposed solid oak beams and wooden flooring. The courtyard entrance door provides access to the light and spacious entrance hall, opening to the characterful dining room, incorporating dual aspect windows. There are two further reception rooms to the front elevation, both are very spacious and include charming feature fireplaces with exposed brickwork.
      The kitchen is positioned to the rear elevation, offering modern integrated appliances to include; a microwave, oven, warming drawer, coffee machine, dishwasher, two fridges, freezer and extractor fan. The double aspect windows and French doors fill the room with an abundance of natural light. To complete the internal specification, there is a cosy snug with feature log burner and panelling, a WC and large utility room with side door conveniently positioned next to the kitchen.
      There are three large double bedrooms situated on the first floor, all offering uninterrupted views of rolling Cheshire countryside, the bedrooms are serviced by a contemporary four piece bathroom suite.
      The secondary accommodation is a spectacular feature of the home, perfect for those seeking multi-generational living. There is a modern kitchen with bespoke wall, drawer and base units and a variety of integrated appliances. Leading on from the kitchen is a sizeable living room with Apex ceiling, feature log burner and two sets of French doors opening to the delightful courtyard area, it is a wonderfully bright and airy room.
      There is a large double bedroom with three piece en suite positioned on the first floor, in addition to a further reception room.
      Externally, the property is approached by wooden electric gates that opens to a spacious gravel courtyard, providing more than ample parking for numerous vehicles in addition to the triple garage. There is a sizeable front garden and large rear garden with orchard and a patio area enjoying the southerly aspect.
      The property also includes a sizeable undeveloped Cheshire brick barn, this could be converted into separate living space subject to planning permission. The barn also has a small courtyard area to the side elevation. This space is extremely versatile and could be used for a business from home. There is also a triple garage

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    The property has been completed to an exacting standard, the integral annexe creates endless opportunity with options for dependent living or holiday rentals.

    Isabella LyonsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Willow Tree Cottage has effective communication links with M6 9.7 miles away. The train from Warrington Bank Quay allows access to London Euston in about 1 hour and 48 mins.
    • (All distances and travel times are approximate)
    • The area has superb educational facilities catering for all age groups, there are a variety of local schools which are rated as good and outstanding. The nearest state primary schools are located in Antrobus, Appleton Thorn, Stretton. The Grange School at Hartford is an independent co -ed for children between 4-18. Cransley School is also an independent school which is caters for both Juniors and Seniors.
    • The Hollies Deli and Farm shop is well known locally selling artisan-made breads, cheeses and cured meats, to luxury wines, beers, champagnes and spirits, to farm-fresh, locally produced fruits and vegetables. The Birch and Bottle is also an extremely popular spot for locals.
    • On the recreational front there is a sailing club at Great Budworth and several golf courses locally including High Legh ,Knutsford, Sandiway and The Mere Golf& Country Club.
    • For the equestrian enthusiasts there is horseracing at the historic Chester Racecourse, Haydock and Aintree. There is also polo at Little Budworth, near Tarporley. The surrounding lanes adjoining the picturesque Arley Hall Estate are ideal for hacking.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax Band G
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G