Savills | Greaves Lane, Threapwood, Malpas, Cheshire, SY14 7AR | Property for sale
2,029 sq ft(188.50 sq m)
Guide price £700,000

Greaves LaneThreapwood, Malpas, Cheshire, SY14 7AR

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Delightful country cottage in a popular location
  • Open plan family kitchen
  • Detached brick built garage
  • Beautiful gardens and far-reaching views
  • Conveniently situated for access to local amenities and the major road networks

A delightful, rural property overlooking fields.

About this property

  • Pear Tree House is a charming period property which provides well-balanced family accommodation over two floors.

    The front door opens into a hall which leads into an open plan family kitchen with a good range of contemporary fitted units and dining area. French doors open onto the garden and stairs lead to the first floor.

    There is a nicely balanced sitting room with exposed beams, a fireplace with a log burner and an attractive conservatory links to this room. The study adjoins a utility room and WC.

    On the first floor is a principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    Outside is a detached brick garage and gardens, terraced areas and hard standing for parking, flanking the house. There are far reaching southerly views across the adjoining fields.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The position on a very quiet lane with lovely southerly views sets Pear Tree House apart from many country properties. The ground floor office and superfast broadband is an excellent feature for those looking to work from home, as well as for modern family life.

Charlie KannreutherProperty agent

Local information

  • Pear Tree House sits on the outskirts of the small village of Threapwood in a delightful elevated position with lovely views across the surrounding landscape and on a quiet no-through road.  It lies about four miles from the popular village of Malpas, offering an excellent range of day to day services.
  • Malpas is a picturesque English country village, recorded in the Doomsday Book, with a fine gothic church (St Oswalds) and buildings in a mixture of architectural styles. It has a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants and Heber High is a popular secondary school situated on the outskirts of the village.
  • The property is only 24 miles from Crewe and a regular rail service to London Euston (from 1 hour 34 minutes) and Manchester Piccadilly (from 43 minutes).
  • There are well-regarded private schools in the region including King's and Queen's schools in Chester, Shrewsbury School, Ellesmere College, Moreton Hall and Packwood Haugh Preparatory School.
  • The City of Chester (17 miles) is one of the north west's leading retail and commercial centres serving a catchment area extending from Manchester to Shrewsbury and covering the whole of North Wales. Chester also gives access to the motorway network providing a link to other north west and midlands conurbations and to Liverpool and Manchester airports.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = F