An attractive and versatile family home with an annexe and land near Tarporley.
Tirley View is an outstanding family home offering well-presented and flexible accommodation.
The five bedroom main house is complemented by an annexe/flat above the garaging, which may offer space for further alteration, and the extensive grounds and paddock beyond. It has been a wonderfully happy family home for the current owners and is well suited to the requirements of contemporary living with flexible accommodation and outside space being at a premium.
It is approached from the road via a gravel drive leading to a parking and turning area beside the garaging. An enclosed porch with a coats cupboard opens into a spacious hall with a wooden floor, stairs to the first floor and offering access to the main reception rooms. These include a more formal drawing room, a dining room and a small sitting room or study with fitted cupboards and bookshelves.
The well-appointed kitchen has a dining area and beyond is a hall and utility and a sitting room.
On the first floor is a principal bedroom with en suite shower room, four further bedrooms (one currently used as a study) and a family bathroom, with a shower and bath.
Attached to the main building but accessed from the drive independently is the garage block with the annexe/flat above. The flat comprises a spacious living room, a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom with a shower and bath. Below are two garages and a useful storage area.
The extensive grounds include well-maintained gardens with lawns, shrubs and trees and bounded by mature hedging. The main lawn was previously a grass tennis court.
The extensive kitchen garden is a key feature of the property and is located beside a pretty brick built potting shed.
The paddock, which offers potential for the grazing of a pony or other livestock is situated beyond the kitchen garden.
Total area: about 1.8 acres.
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What a great example of the full package - a spacious family home, an annexe, impressive gardens and land!Charlie Kannreuther