*Approximate distances (miles)*
Charlesworth 1m • Glossop 4m • Hyde 9m • Stockport 9m • Manchester 15m • Wilmslow 15m • Manchester airport 16m
Thornlea Barn is located within an exclusive development, only a short distance from Chisworth. The elevated position, on the borders of the Peak District National Park, is renowned for its break taking views. Thornlea Barn doesn’t disappoint and the views can be seen from aspects of the house and the equestrian facilities.
The local village of Charlesworth caters for most day to day needs, including a village store, post office, junior school, cricket club and village pubs. Glossop is only a short drive away and offers several amenities and facilities, including superstores, schools and sports facilities.
In terms of transport links, Thornlea Barn is located nearby the A560, linking the M67 and M60. Glossop station is also within easy access and offers a direct service into Manchester Piccadilly.
There are local golf courses at both Romiley and Werneth Low. The area has plenty of sporting clubs available, including a cricket club at Charlesworth, Rugby, football and cricket clubs in Glossop and nearby tennis facilities.
The area is outriding heaven, with miles of quiet country roads and the Peak District within easy access. There is also hunting with the local drag hunt.
Thornlea Barn is a semi-detached 3-bed barn conversion, set in an idyllic location and with far reaching views.
The accommodation is ideal for modern living. In summary, the ground-floor comprises an entrance hallway with utility and WC off. There is an open plan dining room with double doors leading onto the patio area. The kitchen has a range of ground and wall mount units, an electric oven with 5x hobs and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Adjacent is the large living room with wood burner and rear porch leading to the front door.
The first-floor accommodation includes a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes. There are two further well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property is accessed off Sandy Lane and along a stone driveway leading to the rear of the property. There is parking for several vehicles and access to the enclosed garden. Adjacent to the garden is a timber-built building, ideal for storage or a workshop. To the side of the property is a patio area, perfect for entertaining.
The equestrian facilities include a timber-built range of stables with a cantilever roof and standing on a fully drained concrete pad. The building includes two 12x12 stables and a store/tack room. There is mains electricity and water connected, along with WIFI and security lighting and cameras.
The land equates to circa 1 acre and is post and rail fenced.
The property is connected to mains water and electricity with a septic tank for waste.
The property is heated via an LPG gas combi boiler.
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with Jackson Property on 01743 709249.
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