24 to 24 Ac(9.71 to 9.71 Ha)
Guide price £1,100,000

Warrington RoadWarrington Road, Mickle Trafford, Chester

    Key features

    • Six bedroom farm house
    • Attractive presentation and décor
    • Set in 24 acres of low lying meadows
    • Four reception rooms all complete with wood burning stoves
    • Three lakes currently run as a day ticket fly fishery
    • Several outbuildings

    A superb six bedroom detached farmhouse amidst a circa 24 acres of meadow with three purpose built lakes, a four acre field suitable for grazing and a paddock

    About this property

    • THE FISHERY Meadow Farm Fishery consists of three purpose built lakes, Meadow Lake, Willow Lake and Mallard Lake situated in 17 acres of low lying meadow. They are spring fed which artificially raises the existing high water table. The lakes are stocked with rainbow, blue and brown trout to a density of 150 to the acre and are restocked regularly on a 'put and take' basis, ensuring consistent stocking levels. Although initially man-made, care has been taken to make the lakes look both natural and attractive, it's hard to tell that they haven't always been there. All three lakes have islands which help attract a diverse range of wildlife The sale includes fish stocks within the lakes. Savills are not liable for the quality or quantity of the fish stocks, nor any death or disease that may affect such stocks. Purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the quality and quantity of the fish stocks prior to purchase. THE HOUSE This attractive six bedroom farm house was originally built in the 18th century. It has been extended and modernised over the years to produce a versatile family home. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with rooms well-proportioned in size. The ground floor consists of four reception rooms including, triple aspect garden room incorporating two bay windows, dining room with exposed beams, snug and spacious sitting room with views over the garden to the rear. All four reception rooms have wood burning stoves. There are two fully functional kitchens which have potential to be knocked into one large open plan kitchen diner. There are two staircases leading to the first floor. The master bedroom has built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There are four further doubles and one single bedroom along with two family bathrooms which have recently been refurbished. Outside the gardens wrap around the property. There is an attractive patio to the back and side of the house that offers a fantastic spot in which to relax or entertain, while the lawned areas are a delight for the keen gardener, or the perfect opportunity for younger members of the family to play. OUTBUILDINGS Upon entering Meadow Farm Fishery, on the left hand side of the driveway is an agricultural barn with wood store and tool shed. Adjacent to the house the shippon has been converted into a fully functional angling store, complete with two storey workshop, office and WC. Stock from the store will not be included within the sale. There is a quadruple garage block and store room on the far side of the car park. All of the outbuildings have potential for alternative use, subject to the necessary consents.

    Local information

    • Meadow Farm & Fishery is situated in the heart of Mickle Trafford, about four miles from Chester city centre. The village of Mickle Trafford has a shop, post office and a popular primary school.
    • Chester is a thriving and historic county town offering an excellent range of retail, leisure and commercial services. These include a burgeoning restaurant and café scene and the new Story House theatre.
    • Chester is also home to a range of popular state and independent schools (at both primary and secondary levels) including Kings and Queens in the city centre, and Abbey Gate College in Saighton.
    • Mickle Trafford is very well placed for the commuter with easy access to the motorway network linking Manchester and Liverpool. There is a regular direct rail service to London Euston from Chester station (from about 2 hours).
    • The A55 trunk road offers direct access to the North Wales coast and the extensive and varied leisure opportunities in the region.

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