Farm House For Sale

Spout House Farm, Middle Lane, Key Green, Congleton, Cheshire

Guide price £1,800,000


An exceptional equestrian facility with handsome stone farmhouse, 2 holiday lets and 11.32 acres of land

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bath/shower rooms
  • Breakfast kitchen and additional utility room
  • Drawing room/Dinging room
  • Sitting room
  • Study
  • Separate one & two bedroom holiday flats
  • Attached stone barn with potential to convert (subject to planning consent)
  • Stables
  • Detached double garage
  • Menage
  • Paddocks
  • In all measuring approximately 11.32 acres(4.852 ha)



Situation
Spout House Farm is situated in a tranquil setting between the hamlets of Key Green and imbersbrook, on the outskirts of the market town of Congleton. Congleton offers an excellent range of day to day amenities including shops, restaurants and a number of public houses. There are several primary and high schools whereas Kings independent school is found in nearby
Macclesfield. The town is well placed for commuting being bisected by the A34 to Manchester and A536 to Macclesfield. Manchester
International Airport is within 18 miles and acclesfield Train Station has a direct service to London within 1 hour 45 minutes. The local vicinity offers some excellent recreational facilities including wonderful walks, out-riding and fishing.


The property
Spout House Farm is a pretty stone farmhouse which has been sympathetically extended and enhanced by the current owners, creating a spacious and charming property, retaining a wealth of period features. The addition of the one and two bedroom flats offers further accommodation for a dependant relative or teenage complex. Both flat are currently being utilised as holiday lets producing an income of circa £230 per night. Vacant possession is available prior to completion. The adjoining stone barn offers potential to either further extend the main house or to convert into a further ground floor flat, subject to consent. There is now also separate access from Crouch Lane.


Accommodation
A pretty vestibule entrance opens into the hall off which is the study. This room has some attractive features and views across the rear gardens. The elegant drawing room is a generous room combining dining and seating areas. It has a dual aspect and an open fireplace. At the heart of the house is the sitting room which has original stone flags and a large multi-fuel burning stove. Glazed double doors open directly onto the terrace and gardens at the rear. The traditional farmhouse kitchen is fitted with a generous range of cabinets, incorporating space for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is ample space for a breakfast table beside the exposed brick recess housing a range style cooker. Off the kitchen is a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer. A turned staircase rises to the first floor from an inner hall, off which is an attractive cloakroom and the rear porch. Occupying one end of the house is the master bedroom suite, having wonderful countryside views, integrated wardrobes and a luxurious en suite bathroom with under floor heating and a Jacuzzi bath. There is a further double bedroom with ornate cast iron fireplace served by a substantial family bathroom off
the landing. Next door there is a further double bedroom. At the opposite end of the house are two bedrooms, both being served by a well-appointed shower room with twin washbasins.

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