Rosefield House sits in a tranquil location, set back from Dairy Lane and neighbouring properties, within the village of Aston-Juxta-Mondrum. There is a village shop, pub, local hotel spa and gym at Rookery Hall and primary school, all within walking distance of the property. The property lies in the heart of South Cheshire with access onto the B5074 and only a short distance from the market town of Nantwich. The M6 is a 20-minute drive away, while Crewe railway station is only a short distance with direct links to London, Manchester and Liverpool.
The charming market town of Nantwich has a rich history with a wide range of independent shops and supermarkets, making it a pleasant and friendly place to visit. There is an excellent range of primary and secondary schooling in both the state and private sector within the Nantwich and surrounding areas.
There are numerous sports facilities, including: football, tennis, rugby, cricket and hockey clubs in Nantwich. There are 18-hole golf courses at nearby Alvaston Hall, which also includes a health spa with gyms and indoor swimming pools.
Equestrian interests are vast in the area including drag hunting with the Cheshire and North Shropshire Hunts, British Eventing at Kelsall & Somerford Park and racing enjoyed at Aintree, Chester, Bangor-On-Dee and Haydock Park to name but a few. Reaseheath Equine College, Nantwich Riding Club and Southview Equestrian Centre are all close-by. Whether is it watching or competing there are many other places for training and schooling horses & ponies locally, as well as access to miles of quiet hacking on local lanes.
Rosefield House is a brick-built property under a tile roof and has all the benefits of a quiet rural location yet within a short distance to local amenities. All the rooms benefit from double glazed windows with uninterrupted views in all directions, making it a light and bright property.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a rear entrance door into the utility room with access to the cloakroom and downstairs toilet. Beyond is the kitchen with a range of wall and floor units, electric oven and hob, integrated dishwasher and separate pantry. From the kitchen is the dining room with large bay window leading to a good-sized living room with feature fireplace and woodburner. Access to the hall with has French doors leading directly on to a small patio area and the gardens beyond and stairs leading to the first floor.
The first floor comprises three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property has planning permission to create a separate porch and new front door access, a two-storey extension to one elevation and a single storey extension to the side elevation. This would create an open plan kitchen/dining/family room with a vaulted ceiling and French doors leading to the garden, along with a larger utility/ boot room and a study/ 5th bedroom on the ground floor and a master bedroom with en-suite on the first floor.
The property has a single garage attached which could be further incorporated within the main house or converted to an office if required.
The property is surrounded by mature gardens, flower beds and mature trees. There is an attractive pond to the front and far reaching views over the Cheshire countryside.
Adjacent to the property is a timber framed L- shaped stable block with two 12’ x 12’ stables, a 12’ x 10’ tack room, a 12’x’10 hay shed/ 3rd stable and a covered tool storage area. The timber stables are particularly light and airy and have a concrete floor and cantilever roof, with mains water, lighting and power connected. There is another galvanised steel implement shed to the side. The concrete stable yard, manege, and paddocks all have post and rail fencing with the yard providing a secure area for horse box parking.
The land equates to circa 2.19 acres.
Mains electricity & water
Private drainage via septic tank
Oil fired central heating and hot water
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with sole agents Jackson Property on 01948 666695 or 01743 709249.
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