Cotebrook House
559.28 sq m
Guide price £2,500,000(73.857.520.558 ₫)

CotebrookTarporley, Cheshire, CW6 9DS


    Key features

    • Situated in one of Cheshire's most sought-after areas
    • Arts and Crafts house built in the style of CFA Voysey
    • Set in extensive grounds with several outbuildings and ancillary accommodation
    • Thatched main house with views over its land and beyond
    • Within easy access of the major road networks

    A fine Arts and Crafts house with a cottage and extensive grounds of about 14.37 acres.

    About this property

    • Cotebrook House is a magnificent Arts and Crafts house built in the style of CFA Voysey, the well-known English architect and textile designer. It is an handsome thatched property in a prominent position overlooking its land, which is bisected by a long sweeping drive through grassland leading to the rear of the house.

      The front door opens into an impressive reception hall providing access to the main reception rooms. These include an elegant drawing room with a fireplace and a door from a rectangular bay to a veranda. The adjoining sitting room and dining room also have access to the garden via French doors. At the western end of the house is a kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted storage units, a utility room and a snug. There is a wine cellar and a side hall with back stairs to the first floor and a door to the garden.

      The main staircase rises from the reception hall to a half landing with a cloakroom off and stairs continue to the main landing serving the bedrooms. There are seven bedrooms in all, including two with access onto the balcony, each of which with fitted wardrobes, and five bathrooms (three en suite). The total internal area is around 6000 sq ft.

      The house is set in delightful landscaped gardens with a mixture of formal planting, including wonderful herbaceous borders, and less structured areas. At its heart is an outdoor swimming pool framed by a paved terrace and adjoin a glazed garden room/conservatory connected to the garaging and office block.

      The garaging provides a link to the delightful two storey thatched cottage with a hall, kitchen, and two reception rooms on the ground floor. A bathroom is accessed off a half landing and on the second floor are two bedrooms.

      On the far side of the garden room are changing rooms, an office and a workshop/store with gardeners w.c. Opposite is a stable block with a small grooms flat.

      The land, which is currently in grass, slopes gently away from the house and is bisected by the tarmac driveway. It is currently unfenced and mown but offers potential for equestrian uses.

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    I love the wonderful setting of Cotebrook House. The style and design of the house creates a unique and impressive space, and I am very impressed by the number of exciting opportunities the outbuildings present.

    Charlie KannreutherProperty agent

    Local information

    • Cotebrook House is in a prominent position on the edge of Tarporley with far reaching views over beautiful rolling South Cheshire countryside.
    • Tarporley is a highly sought-after village with an attractive Georgian high street offering an excellent range of amenities including a community centre, tennis courts, convenience stores, fashion boutiques, cafes, restaurants, dentists and doctors surgeries, public houses, three churches and a comprehensive bus service.
    • The village is also renowned for its excellent educational facilities with Tarporley Primary School and Tarporley High consistently maintaining a strong reputation. Those seeking a wider choice of schools will find ample provision with the Grange School in Hartford and in Chester with the impressive choice of Kings, Queens and Abbey Gate College.
    • The City of Chester (12 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.
    • The leisure opportunities are also excellent. Portal Golf Club and Carden Park Hotel and Spa both have championship golf courses and a range of other facilities. There are also numerous walks in the area and polo at the Cheshire Polo Ground.
    • It is only 15 miles from Crewe where there is a direct and regular rail service to London Euston (approximately 1.5 hours).

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E