The subject property is located in an exclusive development of just nine properties in a beautiful semi-rural setting, in the hamlet of Ridley. Ridley is located within the centre point of a triangle of
Nantwich, Tarporley and Malpas, three highly ought-after areas renowned for individual retail outlets and immense character and charm. Whilst Malpas and Tarporley offer a broad range of day-to-day amenities, the Market Town of Nantwich and historic Roman City of Chester provide a comprehensive offering.
On the recreational front, Portal Golf Club and Carden Park Hotel and Spa both have Championship Golf Courses and a range of other facilities. The area is well-renowned for excellent walking opportunities along the Sandstone Trail and Bulkeley Hill Wood, polo at the Cheshire Polo Ground and racing at Oulton Park Circuit.
There are numerous highly regarded schools in the area, including Bunbury Primary School and Tarporley High School, the latter deemed "outstanding” by Ofsted. Reaseheath College,
a further education college, offers a diverse range of courses, with a coach service for pupils.
Ridley is well-placed for commuting to the commercial centres of the North West, with Junction 16 of the M6 within 10 miles. Both Crewe and Chester Railway Stations offer direct services to London Euston within 1¾ and 2 hours respectively.
The subject property was built circa 1988 to a particularly high standard of specification and finish, within an exclusive development of just nine dwellings in total. The development is run by the Residents’ Management Company, with a well-planned programme of maintenance.
The front door opens into a welcoming and spacious reception hall, having beautiful hardwood parquet flooring and exposed beamed ceiling, with access to a WC.
French doors open into a beautiful sitting room, having a noteworthy exposed Cheshire brick chimney piece housing a dog grate open fireplace on a tiled hearth. This room also enjoys exposed ceiling beams and wide light oak floorboards. Opening off this reception room is a wonderful Orangery, having porcelain tile flooring and double-glazed uPVC French doors opening to
the rear garden, affording delightful rural views.
At the hub of the house is a kitchen, having space for a breakfast table. The kitchen itself is fitted with a broad range of bespoke cabinets, including display units under roll top work surfaces, including a one-and-a-half drainer sink unit and exposed brick feature wall. A comprehensive range of appliances include a four-ring LPG gas hob with extractor hood, double eye-level oven, integrated microwave, integral fridge and freezer, and a
dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room with matching range of wall and base cabinets, single drainer sink unit and plumbing for laundry appliances.
To the rear of the property, also having superb views across the garden towards open countryside, is a well-proportioned dining room with hardwood parquet flooring, exposed beamed ceiling and double-glazed uPVC French doors with sidelights opening to a rear paved terrace.
A contemporary light oak spindle staircase leads up through a stairwell with vaulted ceiling and exposed Cheshire brick feature walls. The master bedroom is particularly noteworthy, having a range of bespoke fitted wardrobes and tremendous views
towards Beeston and Peckforton Castles. This bedroom enjoys a luxurious en suite bathroom having a contemporary white suite. There are three further bedrooms, two of which have built-in
wardrobes, all served by a luxurious family bathroom featuring a corner shower, panelled bath, WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a chrome heated towel radiator.
The property is approached through an imposing splayed walled entrance, along a sweeping communal driveway. The property benefits from a double garage with twin remote doors, having
power, lighting and cold-water supply, in addition to private parking for three vehicles.
The rear garden is mainly lawned with well-established floral and evergreen borders. A block paved terrace runs to the rear of the property, affording a wonderful place to sit. At the head of the garden is a timber-framed potting shed and a natural stone paved seating area, from where to enjoy the rural views. Shared amenities include an enclosed all-weather tennis court, a small paddock with two stables, and an eco-composting facility.
Barn Conversion For Sale6, Ridley Hill Farm, Ridley, Tarporley, Cheshire
Guide price £450,000 Sold
A beautifully presented barn conversion in a superb semi-rural setting with exceptional views.
- Situated in an exclusive development of just nine properties
- Imposing reception hall, spacious lounge through Orangery
- Breakfast kitchen, well-proportioned dining room, utility room, WC
- 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Double garage, generous parking
- Gardens, superb rural views, communal all-weather tennis court
- Approx 1,629 sq ft GIA (excluding garaging)