We believe Higher Den House was built in the early nineteeth century and is a traditional style property. Offering spacious family living accommodation throughout with many original features still retained that provides a wealth of charm and character. The farmhouse has been lovingly improved and maintained yet still has some potential for further enhancement. In addition there is an opportunity to potentially convert the former dairy into on office or annexe subject to the relevant planning permission being obtained.
The property is pleasantly situated on a good sized plot with far reaching, stunning views over open countryside.
Whilst described in greater detail below, the accommodation which is arranged over three floors briefly comprises of an entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, snug, bathroom and utility to the ground floor and basement cellar, whilst at first floor level there are four bedrooms and to the second floor are three further bedrooms and a shower room. Externally there is a decorative stone chipped driveway providing parking along with a substantial garden with well established borders and vegetable garden. There are also some outbuildings providing a good amount of storage space along with a former dairy which could potentially offer an opportunity to make it an office or annexe subject to correct planning being obtained.
Wrinehill is located to the north west of Staffordshire and sits close to the village of Betley which is a popular village, offering convenient amenities which include a church, primary, pre school and playgroup, along with adoctors´ surgery, vets, village shop and post office. There is also a public house, a popular restaurant and leisure facilities nearby. For commuting purposes the M6 Motorway (Junction 16) is close by (10 - 15 minutes) as are the towns of Nantwich, Crewe and The Potteries. The mainline stations at Crewe and Stoke on Trent offer frequent services to major city centres and airports.
Leave the M6 at Junction 16 and at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A500 (signposted Crewe, Nantwich). Proceed straight on at the next two roundabouts and at the third roundabout take the second exit onto the A531 (signposted Keele) and proceed for approximately 3 miles before turning right into Den Lane and about a mile along the lane the property can be found.
In further detail the accommodation comprises:
All measurements are approximate and are converted from the metric for the convenience of prospective purchasers. The opinions expressed are those of the selling agents at the time of marketing and any matters of fact material to your buying decision should be separately verified prior to an exchange of contracts.
Covered Entrance Porch
With quarry-tiled flooring, single-glazed window to either side.
With entrance door, quarry-tiled flooring, radiator, stairs rising to the first floor, exposed timbers and door leading to the cellar.
18´ x 15´11" (5.49m x 4.87m)
Fitted with a tiled fire surround housing an open fire, built-in bookshelves, radiator, dado rail, single-glazed window to the front elevation.
18´ x 16´1" (5.50m x 4.90m)
Fitted with an attractive brick-built fireplace housing an open fire, single-glazed window to the front elevation, dado rail, picture rail and radiator.
18´2" x 15´11" (5.54m x 4.86m)
Fitted with an excellent range of wall and base units with worksufaces above, incorporating two circular sink units with mixer tap, built-in oven with electric hob and extractor fan above. Quarry-tiled flooring, inglenook-style fireplace, loft access, single-glazed window to the side elevation, single-glazed French doors leading to outside.
Steps from the entrance hall lead to:
16´3" x 14´ (4.95m x 4.26m)
L-shaped and with quarry-tiled floor, single-glazed window to the side elevation, log store and exposed timbers.
Finished in a coloured suite comprising of a low-level w.c., wash hand basin, panelled bath, built-in cupboard and shelving, radiator, part tongue and groove walls, part tiled walls, exposed timbers, single-glazed window to the side elevation, shower unit.
16´6" x 12´11" (5.03m x 3.94m)
Fitted with wall and base units with worksurfaces above, incorporating a sink unit, single-glazed windows to the rear and side elevations, door to outside, quarry-tiled flooring, central heating boiler, shelving.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the cellar.
17´8" x 15´9" (5.38m x 4.81m)
With power and lighting.
With exposed timbers and stairs to second floor.
18´10" x 16´ (5.74m x 4.89m)
Single-glazed window to the front elevation with views, exposed floorboards, radiator.
18´10" x 16´ (5.74m x 4.89m)
Single-glazed window to the front elevation with views, radiator, exposed timbers.
18´11" x 16´ (5.77m x 4.87m)
Two radiators, exposed floorboards, exposed timbers.
21´3" x 14´5" (6.49m x 4.40m)
Single-glazed window to the side elevation, built-in cupboard.
With radiator, single-glazed window to the front elevation.
18´10" x 16´ (5.75m x 4.88m)
Single-glazed window to the front elevation, radiator and exposed timbers.
19´ x 16´1" (5.79m x 4.91m)
Fitted with a cast iron fireplace, single-glazed window to the front elevation with views, radiator, exposed timbers.
16´1" x 12´2" (4.90m x 3.72m)
Exposed timbers, radiator, single-glazed window to the side elevation.
Finished in a white suite comprising of a low-level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled shower cubicle, radiator, part-tiled walls, extractor fan.
There is a driveway providing parking for several vehicles, along with mature, well-established large gardens, which incorporates a vegetable garden. The garden also provides stunning views over Cheshire countryside.
15´3" x 11´11" (4.66m x 3.63m) &
15´ x 11´ (4.57m x 3.36m) (Split into two sections.)
Offering great potential subject to planning for this to be used as a granny annexe or home office.
11´11" x 5´9" (3.64m x 1.75m).
11´10" x 11´5" (3.61m x 3.49m).
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SERVICES AND APPLIANCES HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED