An outstanding and spacious Period residence of considerable appeal and character commanding a superb position within extensive private tree lined gardens, adjoining Dorfold Hall grounds and nearby to Nantwich affording impeccably appointed and presented accommodation providing very attractive features and surrounding aspects. Reception hall, lounge with bay window, dining room, snug/sitting room, dining kitchen. Master bedroom with ensuite and dressing area, luxurious bathroom, three further bedrooms and loft room. Double garaging, courtyard, and two storey laundry room/workshop. Early viewing highly recommended.
Grove Cottage stands in delightful and extensive private mature gardens extending to the front, side and rear of the property with large lawned areas and established specimen trees. The house has been comprehensively and carefully improved over the last couple of years and affords delightful accommodation with a wealth of appealing features and character. The majority of the windows have been custom built and installed incorporating sectional double-glazing to compliment the original windows and period style.
The Cottage is situated in a delightful position overlooking the fields where the Battle of Nantwich was fought in the historic village of Acton. The house is surrounded by lovely countryside and is accessed via a private lane to the Dorfold Estate which forms a lovely approach to the cottage with rural surrounding views. Over sized double garaging stands to the rear and leads to a walled and paved courtyard patio. The rear gardens incorporate extensive terrace patios and ornamental pond. The town centre of Nantwich is within walking distance. Nantwich is a charming and historic market town in South Cheshire countryside providing a wealth of period buildings, 12th Century church, cobbled streets, independent boutique shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, historic market hall, superb sporting and leisure facilities with an outdoor saltwater pool, riverside walks, lake and nearby canal network with highly regarded Junior and Senior schooling and nearby to the M6 Motorway at Junction 16, Crewe mainline Railway Station and the forthcoming HS2 northern hub.
A handsome pillared tiled pitched door surround encloses a glazed arched framed doorway incorporating an original Oak panel door and leads to:
Principal Reception Hall
With stone flagged floor incorporating deep brass edged mat recess, half height Oak panelling to front elevation, spindled staircase with exposed handrail ascending to first floor, under stairs storage cupboard and open access leads to:
With quarry tiled floor, sectional glazed window to conservatory/garden room, cast iron column radiator, sectional double glazed windows overlooking rear gardens and a pine panel door leads to:
13' 9'' x 12' 8'' (4.20m x 3.87m)
With sectional double glazed window overlooking private front gardens and a handsome fireplace and surround with hearth and mirror over.
From the Rear Hall a sectional glazed panel door leads to:
13' 11'' x 14' 7'' (4.25m x 4.44m)
A delightful kitchen benefiting from lovely aspects over private rear gardens and courtyard with a large recessed fireplace and surround with mantel and panama coat of arms over and incorporating raised slate hearth and cast iron log burning stove, peninsular dining counter with granite working surfaces, four ring Bosch electric hob with filter canopy over and electric oven beneath, Belfast sink with mixer tap, cupboards and drawers, granite up stands, quarry tiled floor, sectional glazed window to side elevation overlooking courtyard, recessed ceiling lighting, contemporary column radiator, double glazed Oak panel door to rear courtyard and a sectional glazed pine door leads to:
13' 9'' x 9' 11'' (4.20m x 3.03m)
With an arched fireplace incorporating recessed Arts & Crafts cast iron and tiled grate, architectural heritage style cast iron radiator, sectional double glazed window, cupboards to side of chimney breast and fitted shelving unit with fitted pitch pine drawers beneath.
18' 11'' x 15' 0'' (5.76m x 4.57m)
With bay sash window to front elevation and further sash windows to front and side elevations, all incorporating original functional folding shutters, wide Oak plank flooring, half height wall panelling, coved ceiling and two cast iron column radiators.
12' 2'' x 15' 0'' max (3.70m x 4.57m)
A superior and substantial double glazed garden room/conservatory to the rear of the property with delightful surroundings and benefits from double glazed doors to rear patio terrace, tiled flooring, cast iron column radiator and wall light points.
First Floor Landing
With sectional glazed windows overlooking rear gardens, and steps ascend to:
With a doorway with stairs ascending to attic suite and fitted cupboards to sides.
From the landing a door leads to:
18' 11'' max x 15' 0'' (5.76m x 4.57m)
With sectional double glazed windows to front and side elevations, fireplace with hearth and surround, two cast iron column radiators and open access leads to a dressing area with sectional double glazed bay window to side elevation incorporating three sash windows overlooking side gardens and a door leads to:
Delightfully appointed with a large walk in shower area with full height screen, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, recessed ceiling lighting and cast iron column radiator incorporating chrome towel rail.
10' 11'' x 15' 0'' (3.34m x 4.57m)
A fine room with lovely aspects to the front and affording views in the Winter to the Buxton Hills via a sectional double glazed window, cast iron column radiator and a large original fireplace incorporating grate within surround.
14' 2'' x 10' 6'' (4.32m x 3.2m)
With a sectional glazed window affording fine aspects, cast iron column radiator, a chimney breast incorporating an original grate within surround and with fitted cupboard to side.
10' 8'' x 5' 6'' (3.24m x 1.68m)
With a sectional glazed window overlooking rear gardens and radiator.
A large bathroom with free standing roll top bath incorporating central shower taps, wide walk in shower cubicle incorporating full height screen and shower over, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, fitted cupboard with shelving over, sectional glazed window, recessed ceiling lighting, radiator and tiled flooring.
From the landing stairs ascend to:
Attic Room One
18' 11'' x 7' 4'' (5.76m x 2.23m)
With window to side elevation, purlins, beams, electric radiator and a doorway leads to:
Attic Room Two
18' 11'' x 7' 4'' (5.76m x 2.23m)
With a sectional glazed window overlooking side gardens.
Grove Cottage stands in delightful and extensive private mature gardens extending to the front, side and rear of the property affording lovely rear views to the Buxton Hills and incorporating large lawned areas, patio areas and three substantial trees consisting of two Oaks and a Sycamore. The property is accessed via a private lane to the Dorfold Estate which forms a lovely approach to the cottage with rural surrounding views. Over sized double garaging stands to the rear and leads to a walled and paved courtyard patio.
Rear Walled Courtyard
Large Courtyard Ancillary/Laundry Room
11' 11'' x 15' 0'' (3.62m x 4.57m)
With Quarry tiled flooring, light, power, plumbing for automatic washing machine, Worcester pressurised combination gas fired central heating boiler, large overhead storage and loft provision and two original hay feed grates.
Over Sized Double Garage Facility
With large up and over door, light, power, plenty of overhead storage, windows overlooking gardens, inspection pit and an abundance of additional storage space.
Mains drainage, LPG heating and mains electricity.
Strictly by appointment only via Cheshire Lamont Limited.
From Nantwich proceed along Welsh Row and under the canal bridge, pass Dorfold Hall on the left hand side and after the bend turn immediately left and 3 Grove Cottage is within the gardens on the left (refer to attached map/plan).