Newlyn
6,524 sq ft(606.10 sq m)
Offers over £750,000

Crossings RoadChapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 9RY


    Key features

    • Impressive, spacious Edwardian residence
    • Upgraded & retaining many period features
    • Wonderfully proportioned reception rooms
    • Period fireplaces, galleried landing
    • Rear annex wing with 2nd kitchen
    • Four car garage currently gym, office and store
    • Lawned and landscaped grounds ample parking

    Magnificent and impressive 6,500 sq ft Edwardian residence with independent annex on the fringe of town and countryside. NO CHAIN

    About this property

    • Newlyn
      Crossings Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire
      SK23 9RY

      8 bedroom main house including duplex 2 bedroom annex/games area

      8 bedroom suites
      Duplex 9th bedroom or office
      guest or staff annex with atrium
      3 principal reception rooms
      2 kitchens
      4 car garage, presently gym, office & store
      Over ¾ acre gardens

      Description

      Newlyn dates from the early part of the last century and reflects many of the attractive Edwardian features typical of the period. Clearly built regardless of cost with the finest materials the property has been sympathetically upgraded and improved in recent years to provide 6,500 sq ft of impressive accommodation.

      Leaded and stained glass original windows have been encapsulated within double glazed sealed units and many of the original doors and their furniture are retained. The bathrooms throughout have been upgraded with contemporary classic white suites, in keeping with the original style of house.

      The main house features 6 en suite bedrooms, a wash room and laundry on the first floor of the main house along with a 9th bedroom which has a staircase up to a galleried second floor. Previously used as an office with storage there is plenty of scope to use as a further bedroom with a dressing room and study off.

      The ground floor provides a range of three impressive principal reception rooms with original fireplaces and wonderful proportions redolent of the period. These all lie off the equally splendid hall with a superb period staircase leading to the galleried landing.

      The kitchen has oak door base and wall cupboards and a range cooker and the rear wing includes a utility room, cloaks/shower room (perfect for those with dogs) and a second service staircase to the first floor.

      To the rear of this wing is the annex. Designed to be independent of the main house, although connected, this area includes a main reception room, a well fitted kitchen and a ground floor bedroom suite, a fantastic 2 storey atrium conservatory with a spiral staircase to a mezzanine floor and a further bedroom suite. All this area could be utilised for a home office or games/entertaining space.

      The generous four car garage lies across the courtyard style rear gardens and has been subdivided to create a large gym, a workshop/office with a sink and a further store room. It offers well-presented additional space but could be reinstated for garaging if required.

      The grounds extend to about 0.75 acre and include deep shrubbery borders to the front with a lower lawn area and raised beds in stone. Lawned gardens extend to the side and rear with a covered walkway to the side and a courtyard style lawned garden to the rear. A sunken pond area lies to the side and the long driveway leads up to the garaging area with further parking and a turning area.

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    Local information

    • Situation
    • Town centre: 0.7 mile, Buxton: 6 miles, Macclesfield: 11.5 miles, Wilmslow: 15.5 miles, Manchester Airport: 18 miles, Manchester City Centre: 20 miles, Sheffield: 25 miles
    • Set within gardens of 0.75 acre, this impressive home lies on the fringe of the market town of Chapel-en-le-Frith and glorious countryside.
    • Newlyn is superbly placed for the town and country being about ¾ mile from the market square of this delightful town, often known as ‘The Capital of The Peak'; surrounded by the Peak National Park.
    • The countryside and surrounding hills are just as convenient, as is the railway station providing a regular service to Manchester city centre and the cultural centre of Buxton. For those travelling regularly to London the main West Coast line passes through Macclesfield with a 1hr 48 minute service.
    • The high school is rated outstanding by Ofsted and complemented by the primary school rated Good. There are a number of excellent private schools within reach including Stockport Grammar, King's School Macclesfield (both with coach services to the town) and Cheadle Hulme School.
    • The town has a wonderful array of independent restaurants, pubs and shops and a Morrisons supermarket plus a full range of leisure facilities including golf courses, a leisure centre, livery and all the Peak District National Park has to offer for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D