5 Bedroom Detached house in Key Green



'Grand Designs, Location Location Location, A Place In The Country!' This striking architect designed 'eco house' would certainly be the feature property on any of these well known TV shows and this is your chance to take the rare opportunity of owning such a special home!Located within the highly desirable rural hamlet of 'Key Green' in Timbersbrook, stunning local countryside views are enjoyed from every single aspect whilst the ample grounds of approx 0.

3 acres comprise plentiful parking, stunning gardens plus a useful paddock of approx 2.

5 acres to suit a number of uses as well as the obvious and locally popular equestrian use.

The attractive 'Bridestone' bricks used to construct the home were sourced from the nearby quarry and they contrast perfectly with the timber cladding thus giving this building a strikingly pleasant appearance, however, it's inside that the property really starts to impress!As you enter into the oak framed entrance hall awash with light from the windows and skylights then we're sure you'll be smiling from ear to ear! Being an 'eco house' you can expect efficiency as standard and underfloor heating runs throughout the well proportioned and stylish accommodation.

This accommodation could suit a range of buyers whether you're looking to house the busy family or after a quiet country retreat! Completing the whole package is the equally attractive detached double garage.

We could talk for hours about this one but an internal viewing of this stunning, unique and practical home is simply paramount to fully witness everything on offer and we implore you to call us for further information and indeed to book your viewing!Local Area - Timbersbrook is a quiet and picturesque rural village, surrounded by beautiful countryside and situated on the 'Gritstone Trail', a well known local walk.

The Macclesfield Canal below Bosley Cloud has a tow path providing a pleasant walking/cycling route and extends to the major canal networks.

The market town of Congleton, in the foothills of the Peak District, is a small, thriving old textile town straddling the river Dane and serves a large rural community.

It has a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and commercial facilities and is well placed for access to Macclesfield, Wilmslow and Manchester.

Junction 17 on the M6 is about 9 miles away and provides convenient access to The Potteries and to the commercial and industrial centres of the North West.

Both primary and secondary education is catered for in the state and independent sector and all manner of recreational facilities are within easy reach, including Astbury and Congleton Golf Courses, Cloudside shooting club and countless equestrian centres.

Most of the windows and external doors throughout the house are triple glazed.

Some (e.

g.

In the hall and landing, and velux-style windows) are double glazed.

Most windows and external doors are constructed from solid timber with an external aluminium cladding (made by Skaala, a Finnish company).

The property benefits from a heat recovery ventilation system.

Fresh air is circulated into all rooms, with the heat from the extracted air being used to warm the incoming fresh air.

This provides a continual source of fresh air and substantially reduces heat loss.

Heating and hot water is supplied from a ground source heat pump, drawing heat from the ground through a borehole in the garden.

Walls to the house are insulated to a high standard, with the internal skin of the wall being constructed from high thermal mass concrete blocks.

CAT5 cabling is installed throughout the house.

There are also telephone and television aerial sockets in most rooms.

Note: The vendors have explained that the current patio area between the lounge and kitchen could be made into a conservatory, creating additional living accommodation.

The foundation for the external wall is already constructed.

Planners advised, when we were constructing the house, that permission was likely to be given.

EntranceOak framed covered porch.

Entrance HallPorcelain tiled floor.

Feature oak frame with double glazed windows.

Stairs to first floor and stairs down to basement.

Guest W.

C.

Triple glazed window.

Suite comprising: W.

c.

With concealed cistern and wall hung wash hand basin.

Infinity illuminated mirror.

Porcelain tiled floor.

Snug & Office (16' 8'' x 12' 8'' (5.

08m x 3.

86m))Three triple glazed windows.

Partitioned office area.

(Note: Wall between the snug and office is only a stud wall and could easily be removed to create one larger room.

)Lounge (17' 8'' x 15' 10'' (5.

388m x 4.

816m))Triple glazed windows and doors to side, opening onto patio at rear of property.

Feature wood burning stove with tiled hearth.

Dining Room (15' 10'' x 11' 4'' (4.

82m x 3.

45m))Triple glazed bi-fold doors to front patio.

Triple glazed window to side aspect.

Breakfast Kitchen (16' 6'' x 14' 2'' (5.

03m x 4.

31m))Range of base and wall mounted units by Pronorm matte grey with white Silestone working surfaces.

One and a half bowl inset sink unit with flexi hose mixer tap.

Separate hot water tap for instant boiling water.

Integrated appliances including: Miele ovens, combination microwave and neff dishwasher.

Space for American style fridge/freezer with plumbing for water supply.

Centre island with base units and Silestone working surfaces with neff hobs (induction and ceramic) and Elica extractor hood over.

Triple glazed windows overlooking gardens and Bosley Cloud.

Two Sky lights.

Triple glazed doors to patio.

Porcelain tiled floor.

Utility Room (6' 5'' x 4' 4'' (1.

95m x 1.

32m))Base units and storage cupboard.

Space and pluming for washing machine and tumble dryer.

BasementGames/Family Room (20' 4'' x 12' 0'' (6.

195m x 3.

647m))Radiator.

Ideal for use as games room, home cinema or home office.

Plant Room / Boot RoomHousing ground source heat pump and hot water tank.

Storage cupboard.

Stairs To First FloorLandingFeature oak windows to landing.

Blinds to roof windows.

Feature lighting.

Master Bedroom (18' 5'' x 12' 6'' (5.

61m x 3.

81m))Double glazed windows and sky lights, with integral blinds, looking onto the Bosley Cloud.

Triple glazed windows to front.

Access to fully boarded roof space.

Master En Suite Bathroom (9' 4'' x 5' 5'' (2.

84m x 1.

65m))Triple glazed window.

Suite comprising: W.

.

With concealed cistern and wash hand basin integrated into range of cupboards with mirror, corner bath with shower mixer and separate shower cubicle housing a thermostatically controlled mains fed shower.

Marble tiling to walls and floor.

Bedroom 2 (15' 10'' x 11' 11'' (4.

826m x 3.

627m))Triple glazed window.

Built in wardrobes.

En Suite Wet Room (7' 9'' x 4' 10'' (2.

36m x 1.

47m))Suite comprising: W.

c.

With concealed cistern, wall hung wash hand basin and walk in shower with glass screen housing a thermostatically controlled mains fed shower.

Triple glazed window.

Travertine tiling to walls and floor.

Bedroom 3 (11' 4'' x 11' 7'' (3.

45m x 3.

53m) plus recess)Triple glazed window.

Built in understairs storage cupboard.

Feature curved wall.

En Suite (7' 6'' x 3' 6'' (2.

28m x 1.

07m))Suite comprising: W.

c.

With concealed cistern, wall hung wash hand basin and shower cubicle with glass sliding door and mains fed shower.

Triple glazed window.

Illuminated mirror.

Travertine tiling to walls and floor.

Stairs To Second FloorLandingBuilt in storage cupboard.

Sky light with blind.

Bedroom 4 (15' 10'' x 11' 3'' (4.

82m x 3.

43m))Triple glazed window.

Sky light with blind.

Bedroom 5/Office (11' 6'' x 8' 8'' (3.

50m x 2.

64m) extending to 15ft 9in)Triple glazed window.

Sky light with blind.

Bathroom (6' 7'' x 5' 7'' (2.

01m x 1.

70m))Suite comprising: Concealed cistern w.

c.

, wash hand basin and P shaped bath with mains fed shower over and fitted screen.

Mirror.

Tiling to walls and floor.

OutsideApproximately 2.

5 acres of separate land in addition to house curtilage of approximately 0.

3 acres.

FrontLawned to all sides.

Off road parking for up to 6 vehicles.

Double Detached Garage (18' 6'' x 17' 5'' (5.

63m x 5.

30m))Two vehicular doors.

Sink and storage units with hot water heater.

Ladder to boarded roof space.

Pedestrian door to side.

RearLawn.

Fruit trees.

External power points.

Rainwater harvesting unit.

PaddockGrounds of approx 0.

3 acres with a paddock of approx 2.

5 acres with large timber shed.

The meadow also includes 2 ponds and a wooded copse, attracting a variety of birds.

The second pond was recently constructed by Cheshire Wildlife Trust to encourage local wildlife.

They have also planted several species of wildflowers in the meadow.

The timber shed, subject to planning permission, could be replaced with a loose-box / stable.

The vendors have informed us that in addition to access from the garden, there is a legal right of way into the paddock along the track from Pedley Lane.

ServicesHeating via a ground source heat pump.

Bore hole hot water base heating and underfloor heating throughout.

Cat 5 cabling throughout.

Electricity, mains water supply.

Drainage via Kingspan digester.

TenureFreehold (subject to solicitors' verification).

ViewingStrictly by appointment through sole selling agent timothy A brown.




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