Situated on one of Alderley Edge's prestigious roads, this double fronted gable residence is an exceptional example of modern family living, presented to the market in immaculate condition.
Situated on one of Alderley Edge's prestigious roads, this double fronted gable residence is an exceptional example of modern family living, presented to the market in immaculate condition throughout. Extending to over 2330 sq ft in total, attention has been lavished on every detail to create a very special home indeed. Design highlights include original floors, wall panelling, oak panelled doors, exposed beams, picture rail detailing and plantation shutters.
Double hardwood front doors open into a bright and spacious entrance vestibule and further into the delightful entrance hallway, creating the most welcoming impression. There are two formal double-aspect bay fronted reception rooms to the front of the property, both of which benefit from the very best of the morning sun. To the left of the hallway, the 13' living room is a wonderfully relaxing space featuring a window seat, log burner and stone surround. On the right is the 22'5 sitting room with a further log burner and double doors which open into the living/dining kitchen. This 32'2 space is without doubt the very heart of this home. Wooden roof beam supports provide visual interest and style and there are outstanding panoramic views of the landscaped rear gardens beyond. This magnificent kitchen includes shaker style cupboards with marble worktops and Indian stone flooring, all arranged around a central island ideal for informal dining. An AGA provides a central focus and the integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Of particular note here are the tremendous light levels from the bespoke glazing, including hardwood double doors and separate hardwood bi-folding doors framing the rear grounds, as well as further picture windows and a plethora of skylights in the extension roof. A fully fitted utility room with space for a washer/dryer lies off the central hallway and there is exterior side access. A handy downstairs WC and under stairs storage cupboard completes the ground floor accommodation.
A balustrade staircase leads to the first floor and there are four beautifully appointed bedrooms and a family bathroom arranged off the central galleried landing. The 14'8 principal suite is a haven of tranquillity with calming hues and upholstered furniture creating a calming and truly opulent space. The south west facing bay window floods the room with light and a contemporary en suite with bath and shower over offers white sanitary ware and plentiful fitted storage. Bedroom two benefits from an attractive bay fronted dual-aspect, fitted wardrobes and picture rail detailing. Bedrooms three and four have excellent aspects over the rear landscaped gardens and both feature window seats providing a pleasant space to relax. Bedroom three features useful fitted storage and bedroom four has a beautifully restored fireplace. The modern family bathroom is part tiled and features a rain shower over the bath. Plantation shutters provide privacy and period style sanitary ware and a chrome towel rail adds to the property's seamless blend of period charm interiors juxtaposed with modern details.
The rear gardens have been landscaped to provide a vibrant garden of spectacular proportions. A block paved patio off the kitchen provides an ideal space to relax and entertain and a further flagged patio further up the garden offers an additional dining area. The remainder of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with established trees and hedging providing a particularly private plot with an open aspect to the rear. The well-stocked borders offer year-round colour and interest.
The property is set within a sizeable plot, approached via a block paved driveway with extensive parking, wonderfully manicured front gardens and gated access to the detached single garage and rear gardens.
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This charming family home is perfectly designed for modern family livingAndrew Thorpe