The sale of Fairoak represents a truly rare opportunity to construct a contemporary 5,100 Sq Ft property within a 0.5 acre south facing plot in one of Wilmslow's most sought after addresses.
The sale of Fairoak represents a truly rare opportunity for perspective buyers to construct a property in one of Wilmslow's most sought after addresses.
Planning permission has been granted (reference: 18/1831M) for a stunning contemporary residence extending to over 5,100 Sq Ft over two floors. Set within a generous and particularly private 0.5 acre south facing plot, the property will enjoy a high level of seclusion yet the convenience of town centre amenities under 1 mile away.
Attention has been lavished on every detail resulting in a design of architectural merit and a home which will be perfectly suited to modern living. The highlight of the living accommodation is the impressive open plan 29'6 reception hall. Double height glazing to either end connects the living space to the gardens and a suspended first floor galleried landing acts as a stunning centrepiece. The dining kitchen and living room are open plan to either side of the hall and overlook the rear gardens. In addition there are three separate rooms to the ground floor which are particularly versatile and would suit a variety of uses such as a home cinema/snug, study/play room, and a gym/games room. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a generously proportioned utility room, downstairs WC, a changing/cloak room and an integral double garage.
To the right of the galleried landing on the first floor there are two almost identically proportioned guest suites with matching en-suite shower rooms. To the left of the landing is the house bathroom, two double bedrooms with balconies to the front and an indulgent master bedroom suite with twin walk-in wardrobes, wide south facing balcony to the rear balcony and a generously proportioned en-suite bath/shower room.
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A rare opportunity to construct a property in one of Wilmslow's most sought after addressesAndrew Thorpe