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36 The Chronicle, Thursday, 19th November, 2009.


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On the market with agents Meller Braggins, of Macclesfield, the property is said to be a magnificent grade two-listed farmhouse, located within a prestigious rural area and offering superb family accommodation, upgraded out-

uildings and a good area of grazing.

The property, estimated to have been built in 1760, has

een restored in recent times although much of the original

uilding remains intact

Strip timber flooring has been laid where the original could not

‘Magnifi cent’ grade II listed farmhouse in rural locationThis week’s featured property is The Trees Farm at Endon, near Leek.

be retained and there are high moulded pine skirting boards which complement the original oak internal doors and beamed ceilings.

An imposing entrance hall leads to a cosy sitting room, and the main lounge which has a wide beamed inglenook with concealed lighting and brick fire recess with cast iron Living Flame gas burner.

The kitchen has a high pitched and beamed ceiling, together with a cream enamelled traditional AGA, granite worktops with hand painted base cupboards and drawers below and a moulded drainer to inset Belfast sink unit with traditionally styled

mixer tap with pine cupboards and drawers below. An adjoining dining/family room has two sets of French doors leading out onto the garden.

There is also a rear hall, a utility room and a cloakroom

On the first floor are two bedrooms, both with cast iron fireplaces, and a shower room with an ornate traditionally styled suite by Sanitan. There is a tiled shower cubicle with traditionally styled thermostatically controlled shower unit. The shower room also has a chrome heated towel rail/radiator and strip timber flooring.

On the second floor are two further bedrooms and the main

bathroom which includes a traditionally styled suite in white comprising: free-standing rolltop claws-foot bath with Sanitan mixer tap with telephone shower attachment, sculptured pedestal washbasin with traditionally styled chrome taps, bidet, and low flush WC.

Outside, the substantial detached outbuilding has been upgraded to provide a business premises.

There is a turning area together with a patio and herb garden, and beyond that, the large lawn with established trees. There is good grazing with its own lane access and water supply.

For more information or an

appointment to view, call Meller Braggins at The Roylance Building, Waters Green, Macclesfield, on 01625 434111.

The Roylance Building, Waters Green, Macclesfi eld. Tel: 01625 434111

The Roylance Building, Waters Green, Macclesfi eld. Tel: 01625 434111

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