Rushy Lane, Barthomley Crewe, Cheshire
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IN THE COURSE OF RENOVATIONA MAGNIFICENT DETACHED, GRADE II LISTED, RESIDENCE WITH ANNEXE IN A MATURE GARDEN SETTING , ENJOYING A DELIGHTFUL POSITION, COMMANDING VIEWS OVER SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE, ONE MILE FROM BARTHOMLEY VILLAGE CENTREEntrance Porch, Dining Hall, Drawing Room, Study, Kitchen, Utility Room, Lounge, Second Kitchen, Porch, Landing, Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom, Four Further Bedrooms, Bathroom, Landing, Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Bedroom No. 7, Games Room, Bathroom, Propane Gas Central Heating, Gardens, About 1.50 Acres or thereabouts.
Entrance Porch, Dining Hall, Drawing Room, Study, Kitchen, Utility Room, Lounge, Second Kitchen, Porch, Landing, Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom, Four Further Bedrooms, Bathroom, Landing, Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Bedroom No. 7, Games Room, Bathroom, Propane Gas Central Heating, Gardens, About 1.50 Acres or thereabouts.
A handsome L-Shaped brick, under a slate roof, house made up of a three storey south-facing dwelling with an adjoining rear two storey wing. This particularly fine 18th Century house is being restored to its original glory by Chamberlain Developments. Detached and directly adjacent to the rear wing, along the western elevation, is an annexe. The house extends to about 6000sq.ft. (gross internal) plus the annexe (approx. 400sq.ft gross internal).
LOCATION AND AMENITIES
The small picturesque village of Barthomley lies near the south-eastern boundary of Cheshire, close to the border with Staffordshire. The White Lion Inn, a thatched building dating from 1614 and formerly the home of the Parish Clerk, offers a home-cooked traditional menu. The name derives from the Coat of Arms of the Crewe Family, aristocratic local land owners, which included a white lion. Barthomley is dominated by its red sandstone church, with its rare dedication to an 8th Century Saint, Bertoline, who is said to have preformed a miracle on the site. A church may have occupied a site in Saxon times, but the present building dates to the late 11th Century. The Wulvarn Brook, which runs through the village is so named as legend states that the last wolf in England was killed in Barthomley Wood.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage system. Fibre broadband available.
N.B. Tests have not been made of electrical, water, drainage and heating systems and associated appliances, nor confirmation obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services. The information given should therefore be verified prior to a legal commitment to purchase.
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- In the course of renovation
- Four Reception Rooms
- Seven Bedrooms
- Three Bathrooms
- Games Room
- Propane Gas Central Heating
- About 1.50 Acres
- Rural Location
Rushy Lane, Barthomley Crewe, CheshireBetley/Wrinehill,CW2 5PB
Crewe 5 miles, Nantwich 10 miles, Stoke on Trent 11 miles, Stafford 25 miles, Chester 30 miles, M6 motorway (junction 16) 2 miles.
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