Picture No. 27
3,072 sq ft(285.40 sq m)
Guide price £849,000

Mill LaneAlderley Edge, Cheshire, SK9 7TY


    Key features

    • Character cottage with contemporary space
    • Delightful rural setting with southerly views
    • Stunning open plan living dining kitchen
    • Dining room with French doors to rear gardens
    • Sitting room, study, utility room/boot room
    • Master bedroom en suite 3 further double beds.
    • Garage & store. South facing gardens.

    Wonderful fusion of contemporary space and character cottage in a rural setting. Superb south facing gardens leading down to a stream.

    About this property

    • Smithy House
      Mill Lane, Alderley Edge, Cheshire
      SK9 7TY

      Smithy House is a landmark property in a delightful rural setting adjoining a country lane with southerly views over a stream and up a small wooded valley to the rear.

      Description
      Smithy House, as its name suggests, is a former working smithy and an adjoining cottage which served this small hamlet and a long gone mill. The stream which powered the mill still runs along the southern boundary of the gardens, which have been landscaped to feature the wonderful views beyond.

      This is a delightful home and a wonderful fusion of contemporary open plan living space with the charm and character of the original cottage. A rare and very pleasing combination.

      The oak front door opens to a spacious entrance hall with a spacious cloakroom and a modern suite including a delightful wash stand. Wide double doors open off the hall into the magnificent open plan living kitchen. This is a stunning room, half vaulted with Velux windows and includes under-floor heating beneath the oak and slate tiled floor. A full complement of Miele ovens. Microwave and coffee machine are installed along with a 5 ring gas hob, dishwasher and Kohler sink. The sitting room area includes the stone topped forge area, a TV and gas point.

      Wide steps lead down to the dining room with French doors to the rear and a fireplace with a gas wood-burner. A garden kitchen/utility room/boot room lies off to the right with a garden entrance.

      Within the original cottage there is a lovely sitting room with a real fire and dual aspect, an entrance vestibule and a hall area with an oak staircase. Double doors open to a covered secondary front entrance door. There is a cloakroom/shower room, perfect for dog washing after a muddy walk, with a w.c. and wash basin.

      The third reception room is used as a music room/study and has a quarry tiled floor and a dual aspect with a bow window to the front.

      On the first floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is an en suite wet room to the vaulted master bedroom suite. The guest bedroom has a dressing area and fitted wardrobes and all are good sized double rooms. The house bathroom has a modern suite with an over bath shower.

      The garage stands alongside and it a generous size with an electrically controlled double width door and an inspection pit.

      The gardens include a wide rear terrace extending to a barbecue area for outside dining, all enjoying south facing views over the stream and natural habitat beyond. There is a surprisingly flat lawn There is an outside store and a gated wheelie bin area.

      Services: Mains water, electricity and mains gas are connected. Septic tank drainage.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A spacious character home with a superb open plan living dining kitchen.

    Mark HoldenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Location
    • Alderley Edge: 3 miles, Wilmslow: 4 miles, Knutsford: 4.5 miles, Airport: 9.5 miles, City Centre: 17 miles
    • The property is perfectly placed for access to the surrounding towns and villages, all providing a superb range of amenities, shopping, recreational and educational facilities. Wilmslow golf course is close by and Chelford village has a renowned butchers, village shops and a doctor's surgery.
    • There are good schools within easy reach at both junior and senior levels in the private and state sectors and transport to most of the region's top private schools run from Chelford or Alderley Edge.
    • There are some lovely rural walks on the doorstep and the area is very popular for cycling. Rural pubs nearby are a pleasant walk or cycle ride away and many offer excellent food.
    • The railway station in Wilmslow is on the main West Coast line and London is under 2 hours away, with Manchester trains available from Chelford, Alderley Edge or Wilmslow, from around 30 minutes. The M6 at Holmes Chapel (10 miles) or Knutsford (7 miles) is readily accessible for commuters to the north-west's commercial centres and Manchester Airport is about 30 minutes drive.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D