9 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Main Road, Goostrey, CW4

Offers in Excess of £760,000

Key features

  • Magnificent Manor House

  • 9/10 Bedrooms

  • Third of An Acre Plot

  • Period Property

  • Charming Character Carefully Retained

  • Traditional Features Within

  • Close to Local Amenities

  • Quiet Village Location

  • MOTIVATED VENDOR

  • RECENTLY REDUCED

  • INTERNAL VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

  • FANTASTIC VALUE FOR MONEY

  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

Overview

Tenure:
Freehold
Offers in Excess of:
£760,000

Guide Price £760,000 - £780,000.

**MAGNIFICENT MANOR HOUSE OFFERING AN ABUNDANCE OF CHARM AND CHARACTER SAT WITHIN ONE THIRD OF AN ACRE**


This unique and wonderfully proportioned central village property offers an abundance of living and sleeping accommodation. This excellent late Victorian period property provides traditional features and showcases the original charm within the character that is displayed throughout. This magnificent home boasts a fantastic plot and is located within a third of an acre. The property is in need of a full programme of modernisation in order to restore it to its former glory. However, there are fantastic features that when carefully retained can bring out the true potential this home has to offer. Within the property are nine/ten excellent sized bedrooms offered over the first and second floors. These seperate floors show the history this home offers with it still being clear where the servants and home owners differed in sleeping quarters. There are excellent views across the village and to the fields and Jodrell Bank in the distance from the top floor and plenty of natural light floods in ensuring these rooms are airy and bright. There are four double bedrooms offered to the second floor with the potential for a fifth. The first floor features a galleried landing where large stained glass windows make the focal point of this large space. There are five bedrooms to the first floor of which four are doubles and one is versatile in its use and could alternatively be used as an office, dressing room, nursery or potential to alter into an en-suite. There is also a large family bathroom and seperate WC located on this floor. To the ground floor again it becomes apparent which parts were the servants quarters and recreational areas and which were the homeowners’. There are three large and grand reception rooms of which all showcase traditional features such as the stained glass windows, traditional open fireplaces and the traditional large skirting and coving. There is also a spacious and grand entrance hall of which the original solid wooden door with the traditional glass insert enters into and the original doorbell features. Within the servants quarters there is an additional reception room that again has an open coal fireplace and features the servant's call bell system that has carefully been retained. There is also a fantastic feature within the inner hall where the traditional serving hatch, preparation and storage for cutlery and crockery can be found.  To the ground floor there is also a wood-effect fitted kitchen with an integral oven and hob. There is a shower room that has a recent addition of a shower suite and still features the traditional Minton tiled flooring. The traditional tack room also features the Minton tiled flooring that oozes the charm and character this home brings. From the outer hall the cellar can be accessed which again is of a great height and has further rooms that provide a fantastic space to expand into if so desired. Externally there is a driveway that leads to the front of the property and provides off street parking for several cars. The boundaries are flexible with the property and can be easily altered to suit a potential purchaser’s needs. There are well established gardens sat within the third of an acre plot that are well stocked with mature shrubs and decorative borders. There are also mature trees and hedgerows ensuring privacy and the brick built walls enclose them. 

Goostrey is a delightful rural village on the outskirts of Holmes Chapel. The village is ideal for those wanting to commute, with it being ideally situated for junction 18 of the M6 motorway network, Manchester Airport and local railway stations are available in both Holmes Chapel, Sandbach, and Winsford offering easy access to Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe and Stoke on Trent railway stations. There are local amenities within walking distance with the local newsagents being easily accessible and the local primary school a short walk away. There are also two country pubs offering places to meet with friends and dine out at. 

Entrance Hall
Large solid wooden door with frosted glass insert and detailed design within entering into the entrance hall. Traditional Cornice. Traditional large skirting. Solid wooden staircase leading to the first floor. Solid wood doors with traditional architraves leading off. Traditional dado rails. Traditional picture rails. Radiators. Door with frosted glass insert entering into the outer porch. Under stairs storage. 

Living Room
Traditional bay sash window overlooking the front elevation with stained glass inserts and lead inserts. Original open feature fireplace. Traditional large skirting boards. Traditional picture rails. Traditional cornice. Original decorative borders. Radiators. 

Drawing Room
Traditional bay sash window overlooking the front elevation with stained glass inserts and lead inserts. Original open feature fireplace. Large skirting boards. Traditional picture rails. Traditional cornice. Original decorative centre light piece. Radiators. 

Games Room/Board Room
Sash windows overlooking the front, side and rear elevations with stained glass and lead inserts. Solid wood flooring. Traditional skirting boards. Traditional picture rails. Traditional cornice. Original open feature fireplace. Radiator. 

Servants Quarters
Inner Hall
Doors with decorative glass inserts leading off. Original serving hatch with built in serving area and storage drawers for crockery and cutlery. Traditional skirting. 

Kitchen
uPVC double glazed door with window above providing access to the rear. Sash window overlooking the rear elevation. Wooden wall and base units with roll over work surfaces over. Integrated oven. Integrated hob with enclosed decorative extractor over. Void plumbed for washing machine. Integrated sink and drainer unit with tap over. Tiled flooring. Traditional skirting boards. 

Shower Room
uPVC double glazed frosted window overlooking the rear elevation. Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a corner shower cubicle. Heated chrome ladder towel rail. Partially tiled walls. Minton tiled flooring. Extractor fan. 

Breakfast Room
Sash bay window overlooking the side elevation. Stone hearth housing a traditional open coal fire. Wood panelling. Black and white Georgian style exposed beams. Servant call bell service. Radiators. 

Outer Porch
Door providing access into the side elevation. Double doors providing access into the cellar where plenty more space is provided to create more rooms. Traditional skirting boards. Traditional Dado rail. Traditional Picture rail.

Boot Room/Tack Room
Sash frosted window overlooking the side elevation. Integrated traditional vanity wash basin with complementary tiled splash back. Minton tiled flooring.

Galleried Landing
Beautiful large stained glass windows with lead inserts overlooking the side elevation ensuring plenty of natural light floods in. Traditional skirting boards. Traditional dado rails, picture rails and cornice. Wooden staircase to second floor. Radiator. Built under stairs storage cupboard. Large storage cupboard. Doors leading off.

Bedroom One
uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the front elevation. Traditional open feature fireplace. Traditional skirting boards. Traditional picture rails and cornice. Radiators.

Bedroom Two
Sash bay window overlooking the front elevation ensuring plenty of natural light spills through making the room airy and bright. Traditional skirting boards. Traditional picture rails and cornice. Feature light centre piece. Radiators. Traditional fire place.

Bedroom Three
Sash windows overlooking the side elevation. Original open feature fireplace. Traditional skirting boards. Traditional picture rails and cornice. Radiator. Feature light centre piece. 

Bedroom Four
uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the side elevation and onto the balcony. Traditional skirting boards. Original open feature fireplace. Original built in wardrobe. Traditional picture rails and cornice. Radiators.

Bedroom Five
Sash window overlooking the front elevation. Traditional skirting. A versatile room that could alternatively be used as an office or if desired altered into an en-suite.

Bathroom
Frosted sash window overlooking the side elevation. White suite consisting of a stand alone bath, pedestal wash hand basin and a fully enclosed shower cubicle. Original floor to ceiling height built in storage cupboard. Wood effect laminate flooring.

WC
uPVC double glazed frosted window overlooking the rear elevation. Wooden flooring. Low flush WC. Traditional skirting boards.

Second Floor Landing
Doors leading off. Wooden flooring.

Bedroom Six
Sash window overlooking the side elevation. Traditional feature open fireplace. Wooden flooring.

Bedroom Seven
Sash window overlooking the front elevation. Traditional feature open fireplace. Wooden flooring.

Bedroom Eight
Sash window overlooking the rear elevation. Wooden flooring.

Bedroom Nine
Sky light window ensuring light enters the room overlooking the rear elevation. Wooden flooring.

Bedroom Ten/Servants Kitchen Accommodation
Sash window overlooking the rear elevation. Wooden flooring.

External
 Externally there is a driveway that leads to the front of the property and provides off street parking. The boundaries are flexible with the property and can be easily altered to suit a potential purchasers needs. There are well established gardens sat within the third of an acre plot that are well stocked with mature shrubs and decorative borders. There are also mature trees and hedgerows ensuring privacy and the brick built walls enclose them. 

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 120 years
  • Council tax band: G (£2760.33 Per Year)
  • Chain position: No chain
  • Double Glazing: Part
  • Heating: Oil
  • Parking: Private Driveway

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