A superbly appointed and highly impressive individual detached residence of considerable appeal combining Period and contemporary character incorporating a wealth of attractive features and accommodation standing in delightful gardens and grounds to 0.85 of an acre affording lovely surrounding aspects over South Cheshire countryside. With triple garaging and extensive driveway. Viewing highly recommended.
This outstanding property stands within large delightful gardens affording beautiful rural aspects over South Cheshire countryside and stands in superb situation close to Wybunbury Village and within 200 yards of the prized Boars Head Restaurant and Public House. The cottage stands in a slightly elevated position from which its own private grounds and far reaching rural views can be enjoyed from a paved roof patio terrace. The cottage is situated just 4 miles away from the historic town of Nantwich.
A sweeping gravel driveway approaches the property through remote controlled electrically operated double gates within brick gate pillars and leads through attractive lawned front gardens to an extensive car parking area providing excellent car parking facilities and hardstanding and to a detached three bay Cheshire brick built garage. A large paved path and approach leads to a veranda porch with an Oak framed double glazed gable elevation incorporating a large double glazed Oak door leading to:
Superb Partially Vaulted Galleried Reception Hall
With an Oak and glazed staircase ascending to first floor gallery and landing, Oak flooring throughout and an Oak door leads to:
With wall mounted wash hand basin, WC, tiled flooring, double glazed window to front elevation and recessed ceiling lighting.
From the Reception Hall an Oak door leads to:
Cloaks and Airing Cupboard
From the Reception Hall a step leads to:
11' 1'' x 13' 2'' (3.38m x 4.02m)
With a uPVC double glazed window to front elevation with tiled sill, chimney breast incorporating a wall mounted electric log effect fire with shelving to side, double glazed window to front side elevation and recessed ceiling lighting.
From the Reception Hall Oak double doors lead to:
Large Open Plan Living Family Dining Kitchen
15' 2'' x 28' 11'' (4.62m x 8.81m)
Providing a delightful spacious living area with a contemporary cast iron log burning stove upon raised tiled hearth, recessed ceiling lighting, Oak flooring throughout and two sets of uPVC double glazed double doors to patio garden.
A superb range of contemporary base and wall mounted units, partially vaulted ceiling incorporating two Velux roof lights, granite working surfaces, window sills and upstands, large central island beneath granite working surface incorporating four ring induction hob, built in electric oven, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, uPVC double glazed window, Oak flooring, gate intercom and an Oak door leads to:
9' 0'' x 9' 8'' (2.74m x 2.95m)
With base and wall mounted units comprising cupboards and drawers, granite working surfaces, granite upstands, single drainer sink with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, uPVC double glazed door, tiled flooring, partially vaulted ceiling incorporating Velux roof light and a built in airing cupboard incorporating vented cylinder system.
From the Living Area a step ascends to:
16' 1'' x 13' 2'' (4.91m x 4.02m)
A lovely reception room with uPVC double glazed window to front elevation with tiled and sill providing rural aspects, door to front, chimney breast incorporating log burner with raised tiled hearth, mantel over and partial exposed Cheshire brick features and recessed ceiling lighting.
First Floor Galleried Landing
A superb spacious landing with lovely aspects to the front glazed gable elevation.
15' 2'' max x 12' 3'' max (4.62m x 3.73m)
With uPVC double glazed window to side elevation providing fine far reaching views over gardens and open countryside, recessed ceiling lighting and open access leads to:
En Suite Bathroom
A large bathroom with a contemporary freestanding double ended bath incorporating tap and shower tower to side, twin bowl vanity wash hand basins upon plinth and with cupboards beneath, WC, large walk in shower cubicle with full height screen, tiled shower enclosure and shower over, recessed ceiling lighting, chrome towel radiator, tiled flooring, tiled walls and uPVC double glazed window to front elevation.
11' 11'' x 13' 6'' (3.64m x 4.12m)
With a partially vaulted ceiling incorporating exposed ceiling beams, uPVC double glazed window to front elevation with tiled sill and a door leads to:
Jack and Jill Shower Room
With walk in shower enclosure incorporating sliding screen door, WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, chrome radiator, recessed ceiling lighting and uPVC double glazed window to front elevation with tiled sill.
11' 8'' x 13' 6'' (3.55m x 4.12m)
With door to Jack and Jill shower room and uPVC double glazed window to front and side elevations.
11' 7'' x 9' 7'' (3.53m x 2.93m)
With uPVC double glazed window to side elevation, recessed ceiling lighting and a door leads to:
En Suite Shower Room
With walk in shower enclosure, WC and wall mounted wash hand basin.
Oak House benefits from a delightful position commanding a slightly elevated situation within extensive gardens and grounds to 0.85 of an acre and affords lovely rural aspects to all elevations over surrounding South Cheshire countryside. The property is approached via brick pillared electric double gateway and a sweeping driveway leads through attractive front gardens to the front of the property and to a substantial triple garage. The gardens to the rear are laid out for a kitchen garden with outdoor dog kennel and a stable in the corner of the gardens provides superb garden storage. The grounds to the side elevation benefit from an extensive paved entertaining terrace which enjoys afternoon and evening sunshine.
Air source heat pump, underfloor heating, septic tank, mains water and electricity.
Strictly by appointment only via Cheshire Lamont Limited.
From Nantwich proceed South East along the A51 signposted towards Stone and continue out of Nantwich for approximately four miles passing The Boars Head Restaurant & Public House. Proceed for approx. half a mile passing the two left turns to Wybunbury village and Oak House is situated on the left hand side.