Alderney Brow is a three bedroom barn conversion, set in a large plot in a rural yet convenient position.
One of four exclusive barn conversions at Borras Hall Court, Alderney Brow is a three bedroom house with extensive living space. The barns are approached down a private driveway with ample parking to the front of the property.
The ground floor briefly comprises a spacious entrance hall with double doors leading to a dining room and open plan kitchen. Off the kitchen is a utility room and rear door giving access to the garden. The dual aspect living room is a bright room with a pitched roof, inglenook fireplace complete with gas fire and a large exposed beam, and there are double doors out to the garden.
There are three double bedrooms; the principal bedroom has an en suite shower room, a walk in wardrobe and double doors out to the garden. There is a further family bathroom with a separate w.c.
Upstairs the accommodation is flexible and currently used as an office with separate galleried sitting room overlooking the sitting room.
Outside the gardens have stunning rural views toward Beeston and Peckforton Castles, the Cheshire Plain and beyond. The rear garden is designed for easy maintenance and comprises an extensive lawn bordered by Borras Lane.
There are flagged pathways and patio areas, a barbecue terrace and fully stocked planted beds. There is also a brick built Garden Store with electricity and an alarm.
The boundaries are formed by the brick entrance wall and close boarded fencing. The property has outside lighting, security lighting and a cold water tap.
The sitting room is a fantastic space in which to relax or entertain. It has a pitched roof and inglenook fireplace with double doors out to the garden.Edward Morris