A beautiful Grade II listed home including a generous 2-storey annexe and further outbuildings, set in approx 1.3 acres. A further 16.5 acres may be available by entirely separate negotiation.

The Grange Originally built c1629, with later extensions, The Grange has retained a wealth of period features.

To the left of the entrance hall is the spacious redesigned fully fitted kitchen / breakfast room, and rear hall, off which leads the utility, larder and downstairs wc. To the right is the dining room with impressive feature inglenook, multifuel burner and french doors to the rear patio. Leading on from the dining room is the welcoming and cosy sitting room, with glass door access to one of the two staircases, this one ascending directly to the principal bedroom. The main staircase from the entrance hall leads to three further bedrooms (one with en suite facilities) and the family bathroom.

The Barn The converted barn currently provides an open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with multi-fuel burner, main bathroom, principal bedroom with en suite wc and further bedroom to the first floor while the drawing and utility rooms are on the ground floor. The double garage, gardener's wc and store are also incorporated within the building and are each accessed externally.

This property has 1.3 acres of land.

Outside

The properties are approached via a gravelled driveway with a large parking area for multiple vehicles. The Barn also has a private driveway, with an external gate providing pedestrian access between both. The outbuildings consist of the brick workshop with log store, the adjoining 'Old Stables' with double doors allowing for vehicle storage. The beautifully kept rear garden has two well sized greenhouses and a large wooden shed with shutters for nature watching as well as a large lawned area with a wildlife pond, fruit trees, vegetable garden and a paved patio with brick built feature well. A further 16.5 acres may be available by entirely separate negotiation.

Situation

The Grange is situated in a tranquil location just outside Tilston, and 4 miles from the popular, larger village of Malpas which has a range of amenities including excellent local schools (Bishop Heber High School), restaurants, pubs and shops. There are many recreational facilities in the area including golf at Carden Park and walking or riding on the Sandstone Trail. The historic market town of Whitchurch provides a variety of independent shops, schools, supermarkets and other major retailers while its train station is on a direct line between Crewe and Shrewsbury with onward connections to all major UK cities. Wrexham, Chester and Crewe are all accessible by road within 20 miles.

Directions

From Chester head south on the A41 towards Whitchurch. Continue straight over the Broxton roundabout and after about 1.6 miles turn right (signposted Tilston). On reaching the village of Tilston, turn right and then left onto Church Road. Follow the road for about 1.4 miles, taking the left turn on to Green Lane and The Grange will be seen on the right hand side.

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Other features

  • Beautiful Grade II Listed period property, c1629 with later extensions
  • Kitchen opened out to kitchen/breakfast room
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 with ensuite
  • Dining room with inglenook fire, and sitting room with private stairs to principal bedroom
  • Converted 2/3 bedroom barn with private driveway
  • Range of outbuildings
  • Extensive stunning gardens including wildlife pond
  • Semi-rural location with close proximity to the popular large village of Malpas
  • A further 16.5 acres may be available by entirely separate negotiation

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Ref: SBY220027

Horton Green, Tilston Malpas Cheshire SY14

Offers In Excess Of
£1,100,000

Ref: SBY220027

Horton Green, Tilston Malpas Cheshire SY14

Offers In Excess Of
£1,100,000