*Approximate distances in miles:*
Woore 0.5m | Nantwich 10m | Crewe 11m | Whitchurch 14m | Stoke on Trent 14m | Chester 30m
Manchester 47m | Birmingham 50m | Liverpool 55m
Cherry Tree Farm is located on the outskirts of the rural and picturesque village of Woore. The property is approached via Cherry Tree Lane, a no-through road, which culminates with the entrance to Cherry Tree Farm.
The rural village of Woore is located near the county boundaries of Cheshire and Shropshire. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the village is steeped in history whilst having most day-to-day requirements, such as a village shop and post office. The village also has a primary school, village church, couple of pubs, cricket and tennis clubs.
The nearby town of Nantwich is a charming and historic market town, providing a wealth of independent boutique shops, supermarkets, cafes, bars and restaurants with highly regarded junior and senior schools.
Cherry Tree Farm has excellent commuter options, located nearby the A51 with access to the M6 junction 15 (10miles). Crewe Train Station (10miles) offers excellent rail links to London Euston (1hr 34minutes) and Manchester Piccadilly (38 minutes); Manchester International Airport is also just 26 miles away.
The area has some of the most well-respected schools in the region, including Repton, Shrewsbury, Wrekin and Ellesmere College. As well as the primary school in Woore village, there are larger schools locally at Audlem and Nantwich.
As well as the local sports clubs within Woore, there are leisure facilities available in Nantwich, golf clubs available at nearby Onneley Golf Club or Wychwood Park Golf Club. Nantwich and Crewe have football and rugby clubs and plenty of nearby footpaths and PROWs for walkers. For the equestrian enthusiast, there is racing a Uttoxeter and Chester, hunting with the Cheshire and North Shropshire and eventing and show jumping at Kelsall Hill and Somerford Park.
Cherry Tree Farm is a former farmhouse which has been extended, modernised and refurbished to the highest of standards. It stands in mature, landscaped grounds and the position offers fantastic views across the Cheshire countryside. It has been seamlessly divided into three wings, offering modern day living accommodation with guest and annex accommodation.
The front door of the property opens into an impressive reception hall, perfect for welcoming guests. At the rear of the hall is a feature, bespoke, spiral staircase, leading to the first-floor. This part of the house is ideal for entertaining with a large drawing room and well-designed dining room adjacent, both with French doors opening onto the patio. There is a useful butler’s pantry adjacent the hall and further door leading to the tanked wine cellar.
At the heart of the house is the family kitchen with a range of high-quality units and integrated appliances. There is a large AGA and island in the centre of the kitchen with second sink. At one end of the kitchen is a sitting and dining area with French doors leading to the patio. Adjacent to the kitchen is a perfect snug with fireplace and access to the dining room.
Off the kitchen is a well-lighted conservatory with exposed beams and large windows to both elevations. The conservatory has double doors onto the patio area and a functional bar.
Beyond the conservatory is the second entrance hall with bespoke fitted cupboards and a stairway leading to a self-contained sitting room, double bedroom with dressing room and en-suite. Off the hallway is a large and functional utility with boot room, bespoke storage spaces, drying room and two WC’s, one with a shower. This part of the house is very functional and extremely well designed, offering two separate entrances and plenty of storage options.
The final wing of the property contains a cinema and games room, gym, office, sitting room and kitchen. From the office there is a staircase leading to a double bedroom above. This section can be easily separated to provide a self-containing living area with separate access to the rear yard. Alternatively, the leisure facilities could be extended to provide a swimming pool with sauna room and associated facilities.
The first-floor of the property consists of a large galleried landing with seating area looking over the grounds of the property. There is an impressive master suite with walk-in wardrobe and marble en-suite with bath and walk-in shower. There are four further double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite and a separate family bathroom.
*Gardens & Grounds*
The property is approached through electric wooden gates, opening onto a sweeping driveway leading through the mature grounds and to the front of the property. The front of the property has a mixture of lawn areas with mature oak trees and extremely well-kept borders. There is also an orchard with a range of fruit trees.
The side and rear of the property have a large area of patio surface, ideal for entertaining. Adjacent to the property is a summerhouse, named “The Folly”, which is ideal for those summer days. The rear has a large expanse of lawned area leading down to a ha-ha and fields beyond. There are a number of pathways, flanked with a mixture of evergreen and seasonal shrubs and trees. The entire garden has an irrigation system for ease of maintenance.
Beyond the summerhouse is an astro-turf tennis court with full fencing and floodlights.
There are two large Dutch storage barns suitable for workshops, hay/vehicles/trailers etc. having concrete floor, three-phase power and water. These barns have roller shutter doors and one contain a large generator, suitable for back-up power or outside functions.
Additional outbuildings include the double garage, log shed and kennels.
In all about 26.46 acres with a range of paddocks, most of which are post and railed fenced or mature hedgerow.
Adjacent to the agricultural barns is a vegetable garden with its own irrigation system.
The current owners have erected a wind turbine which provides sustainable electricity for the property and creates an income via the Feed-in-Tariff.
There is ample space surrounding the existing buildings to erect new stabling for equestrian uses. Alternatively, the existing buildings can easily be converted to provide stabling.
Mains water and electricity
Oil central heating
Irrigation system throughout the garden
Cheshire East Council
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