Characterful 18th century cottage in about 0.43 acre on the edge of the village with planning permission for extension.
Clover Cottage is believed to date from the around 1790 so has inherent charm and character yet is attractively contemporary in both its presentation and styling.
Set alongside one of the most sought after roads in Prestbury the property layout embraces the wonderful views over the 0.43 acre gardens which are framed by mature and established trees.
Should buyers require even more space, our clients have recently received planning permission (Cheshire East Planning reference 19/3811M) to create a fourth bedroom and second bathroom along with conversion of the garage and the erection of an oak framed double car barn with an adjoining garden garage and workshop.
The front door opens into a hallway with a parquet wood block floor and a staircase leads off. A laundry/boot room with fitted cupboards lies to the rear of the hall and was formerly a cloakroom with WC.
To the left of the hall is an attractively appointed Shaker-style dual aspect kitchen with a 5 ring range cooker, granite surfaces over cupboards, a dresser unit and Amtico style slate flooring. A proper pantry lies off with a cold slab, a tiled floor and a range of cupboards.
To the right of the hall is the dining/sitting room/office with a quarry tiled floor and the original front door opening to the lane. This delightful room has a beamed ceiling and an ornamental brick fireplace and hearth.
A door leads off to the dual aspect living room with a real fire in a brick fireplace with a matching hearth. The ceiling is beamed and a French door opens to the rear courtyard terrace and gardens.
Off the landing there is a fitted dressing room or seasonal wardrobe, the third bedroom with a view over the gardens to the rear, a triple glazed double second bedroom with library shelving to the chimney breast recess and landing linen cupboard.
The principal bedroom is part vaulted, has a dual aspect and adjoins the house bathroom with its double ended bath with side mounted taps and an over bath shower, WC and wash hand basin.
A two car driveway lies beyond the garage which has Henderson doors and a mezzanine storage area. A garden store lies to the rear and there is a personal door to the rear terrace. A further store room/office has an external access door and adjoins the kitchen and pantry.
The gardens offer a good degree of privacy and are attractively landscaped extending to about 0.43 acre with a large flagged terrace area, rockery and a greenhouse to the upper garden. The lawns lead into mature woods on the northern boundary.
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This is a pretty detached cottage with lovely gardens and scope to extend if needed.Mark HoldenProperty agent