An impressive 5-bed, new build equestrian property, set in the most unique and unrivalled position in Beeston, Cheshire.
- 5-bed principal cottage with 5-ensuite bathrooms
- 1-bed self-contained grooms’ accommodation
- Fabulous rural views of Beeston and Peckforton Castle
- Garden & patio areas
- Automatic entrance gates with separate driveway to stable yard
- Commercial opportunities
- 12 stables built to the highest of standards with wash box, feed room & tack room
- Staff welfare cabin & large parking area for horseboxes
- Planning granted for a 30m x 60m manege
- Post & rail paddocks in all approx. 8.57 acres
Distances in miles (approx.)
Beeston 1m | Tarporley 4m | Tattenhall 4m | Chester 11m | Nantwich 11m | Crewe Railway Station 16m | Liverpool 29m | Manchester Int. Airport 32m
Horse Shoe Cottage is a recently constructed equestrian property, finished to an extremely high standard. The property is set in arguably the most beautiful setting in Cheshire, looking up to both Beeston and Peckforton Castle. The property offers spacious, well-presented family accommodation with well-proportioned rooms and stunning views. The newly built stable yard and grooms\' accommodation, combined with the post & rail paddocks, provide a superb equestrian setup. Planning permission has also been granted for a 30m x 60m manege which is a great opportunity for the future owner to expand the facilities.
The property is conveniently located about 4 miles southwest of the popular village of Tarporley, which offers an extensive range of shopping and other facilities including highly regarded schools, public houses, a hospital and several golf courses. Situated just below Beeston Castle, in some of Cheshire\'s most attractive countryside, the property enjoys far-reaching, rural views. Within the landscape is also Peckforton Castle which has a restaurant and guest accommodation, hosting weddings and events. The property is also within easy reach of the principle northwest cities of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool. Crewe train station also offers a regular service to London Euston from just 1 hour and 34 minutes.
The Cathedral City of Chester, a Heritage City with Roman and Tudor origins, has a great array of shops, notable schools including Kings & Queens School, an expanding university and sporting facilities.
Local Equestrian attractions are vast and include Horse Racing at Chester, Aintree, Haydock and Bangor on Dee; Hunting with the Cheshire and Wynnstay Hunts; Polo at Cheshire Polo Club; Eventing and training at Kelsall Hill & Somerford Equestrian Centre; International show jumping at Bolesworth Castle, Southview Equestrian Centre, Reasheath College & Aintree Equestrian Centre; fitness training at Broxton Hall Gallops; or quiet hacking from the property on the Bishop Bennett Way & the Delamere Loop.
There are several golf courses locally at Carden Park Hotel, Macdonald Portal Hotel, Tarporley, Waverton, and Aldersey Green; motor racing at Oulton Park; walking along the Sandstone Trail over the Peckforton and Bickerton Hills and in the Delamere Forest.
The area has several popular visitor attractions including the renowned Cheshire Ice Cream Farm, Cholmondeley Castle gardens, Chester Zoo, BeWILDerwood and many more.
Horse Shoe Cottage is approached off Crimes Lane via an impressive entrance with electric gates set between brick piers with sandstone finials. The gates open onto the drive which sweeps across the front of the house to the parking area which has provision for quick charge electric car charging points from a 3-phase supply. The newly constructed cottage has been built with care and exacting standards, using sympathetic materials to sit well within the local countryside. The property is made up of handmade brick and St Bees sandstone windowsills and lintels with a Welsh slate roof and oak framed porch canopy over the front entrance door.
The house is surrounded by a limestone patio and bound by a low-level permitter brick wall to lead you up to the property\'s front door. On entering, the inner porch has a w.c. and cloakroom either side, and then opens into an impressive reception hall with vaulted ceiling and stairs to first floor. The skylights allow vast natural light to flood into the reception hall, providing the property with a lovely feeling of light and space.
The open plan kitchen has space for a dining table and sitting area, benefiting from windows surrounding the room that overlook the entrance drive and paddocks beyond, along with the glazed bi-folding doors to the rear patio and garden. The fitted kitchen has a number of integrated appliances including a dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, stainless steel range electric cooker with extractor above, all sat within a range of base and wall mounted units. A central island has an overhang worktop to allow for seating, creating a division between the dining and living space. There is underfloor heating within the room along with space for a log burning stove within a brick surround.
From the reception hall, you come to the sitting room which enjoys views to the front over the paddocks and up to the castles beyond. The room also has a side entrance door to the gardens and stables and has been constructed with the future consideration of extending the property, subject to the relevant permissions.
The property also has a useful utility room having wall and base mounted units with integrated washer dryer and inset sink within.
Further on from the reception hall are two ground floor bedrooms, both with ensuite facilities and French glazed doors to the rear patio and garden.
At first floor level, the master bedroom is large with fabulous views over the paddocks to the front of the property and castles beyond. The ensuite bathroom has a bath with shower and there are two walk-in wardrobe areas and further storage cupboard which houses the hot water cylinders. The guest bedroom is similar in size and specification with the third bedroom off the landing having a feature round window overlooking the rear aspect. This bedroom also has ensuite facilities with a separate shower room and w.c.
The home is served by an intelligent electric heating system with wall mounted radiators which can be individually set and timed to suit, along with underfloor heating in all hard floor areas (kitchen, bathrooms, cloakrooms, hallway and utility).
Outside, limestone paving surrounds the property and creates a large patio area to the rear. The gardens beyond have been seeded to lawn and are bound by the low-level brick walls from the front. To either side of the property there is vast scope to landscape the gardens to create your own bespoke garden design.
The stable yard consists of 12 stables constructed with concrete block walls that are timber clad with Siberian larch weatherboarding. The stable doors are top and bottom swing doors with bespoke metal frames and a high-density wood effect plastic inset panelling.
Each stable has a rear window that can be opened for increased ventilation, individual lighting, internal drain and automatic water drinkers. The yard is designed on a traditional courtyard being a horse shoe shape with a fully concreted yard area. The stables have a canopy overhang with low level spotlights inset. There are also various power and water points across the yard.
A wash bay has front facing tie-up posts, a hot water shower and drainage. The large feed and hay store is in one corner of the yard with rear double access doors. The secure tack room is accessed from the side of the yard and could alternatively be used as an office, depending on requirements. The installation of the electrics has been completed to a high-end, commercial standard, having a 3-phase external connection to the back of the feed room/store. Lights around the yard are also on a timed lighting arrangement.
The stable yard has a self-contained grooms\' accommodation consisting of an open plan kitchen and living area with French doors to the front aspect, enjoying the excellent views. The flat has one double bedroom and an ensuite shower room and has the benefit of underfloor heating in the kitchen/living room and ensuite. There is a separate entrance door into the kitchen and a w.c. which can also be accessed from outside.
The equine yard has its own separate entrance off Crimes Lane with a long drive between the paddocks. The drive sweeps around the back of yard itself onto a large hardstanding parking area which is securely fenced with post & rail fencing. Off the parking area is a steel framed building with Siberian Larch cladding, this was built to be used as a staff welfare cabin, housing a kitchen/sitting area and separate shower room with w.c.
The stable yard has 3-phase electricity connected and ducting already fed from the main supply to the rear yard area for any future developments to the equestrian facilities subject to the relevant permissions.
The property has full planning permission granted for a 30m x 60m manege, which can be developed to the buyer\'s own specifications, in terms of their preferred riding surface and finishes.
The property consists of 8.57 acres, containing a series of flat, post & railed fenced paddocks with hedging on the boundary.
Mains water and electricity
Electric underfloor heating in all hard floor areas within the house and grooms\' accommodation
Electric wall mounted radiators in all other living space
Private drainage via a sewage treatment plant
EPC rating C
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Council Tax Band - Not yet been assessed by the local authority
Town and Country Planning Act
The property not withstanding any description contained within these particulars, is sold subject to any development plan, tree preservation order, town planning scheme or agreement, resolution or notice, which may or may not come to be in force but also subject to any statutory provision or by law, without obligation on the part of the vendor to specify them.
The stable building and manege have been constructed following permission being granted under Planning Application Number: 19/03270/FUL and associated restrictions contained within the Local Authority\'s decision notice.
The residential property has been constructed following permission being granted under Planning Application Number: 20/01747/FUL and associated amendments.
The occupation of the dwelling hereby approved shall be limited to a person solely or mainly working, or last working at Horse Shoe Cottage & associated stables, or a widow or widower of such a person, and to any resident dependants.
The property comes with a 10-year build guarantee, subject to terms and conditions, which expires in March 2032.
Easements, Wayleaves and Public Rights of Way
The land and property is subject to all existing wayleaves of electricity, pipelines and all public rights of way, whether specified or not. It is understood there are no public rights of way over the land.
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Please note the post code is not accurate to the property
Heading south on the A49 from Tarporley to Whitchurch, turn right at Bunbury onto Moss Lane, signed to Beeston and Beeston Castle. Continue on this road for approximately 1 mile and at the end of the road turn left signed to Beeston Castle and the Candle Workshops and then take the next right signed to Burwardsley and Tattenhall. Follow this road for another mile and Horse Shoe Cottage will be found on the right, 150 yards before a sharp bend to the left.
Strictly by prior appointment with the agents Jackson Property on 01743 709249 or 01948 666695 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
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