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*no chain* A substantial four bedroom detached family home set in a splendid rural location with open views, mature gardens, a hillside paddock and ample off road parking. Viewing recommended. Cloud Fields House is located on the outskirts of the .
A substantial four bedroom detached family home set in a splendid rural location with open views, mature gardens, a hillside paddock and ample off road parking. Viewing recommended.
Cloud Fields House is located on the outskirts of the sought after rural village of Rushton Spencer and offers the most glorious views over open farmland towards Bosley Cloud.
The house, we understand from our client, was constructed in 1976 and subsequently extended in 1991 and now provides substantial family accommodation, with the impressive reception rooms being located on the first floor, to take maximum advantage of the splendid views. A driveway for several cars sets the house back from the lane, whilst a tiered front garden is laid to lawn and provides the space to build a double garage (pp had been granted, but has since lapsed, fuller details available at our office). The mature garden is laid to lawn with a great summer house, patio and access to the hillside paddock.
We strongly recommend an internal inspection and your attention will be drawn to the impressive room sizes and alternative layout, with the night time accommodation being located on the ground floor. There are three double bedrooms, with the master benefiting from an en-suite shower, a good size single/study and a larger than average family bathroom fitted with a four piece suite. In addition there is a utility room/cloaks.
At first floor level the generous landing gives access to two impressive reception rooms, with the focal point in the main lounge being a marvellous open grate fireplace with decorative mahogany surround and doors opening onto a long balcony taking in the views. The second sitting room features wood flooring and an attractive living flame gas fire, with two windows again taking in the views. Double doors open to the generous breakfast kitchen with solid fuel burning Rayburn and stable style doors leading into a useful long rear porch with access to the garden, which completes the accommodation. A superb family home with a unique but versatile layout, with further potential, in an idyllic countryside setting.
Rushton Spencer is a sought after rural village, which boasts some local amenities, in particular its own primary school, classed as "outstanding" by Ofsted, with the centres of Congleton, Leek and Macclesfield just a short drive away.
Macclesfield is a thriving market town that provides a comprehensive range of shops, varied social and recreational amenities and good schools for children of all ages. For the commuter, Manchester International Airport and its connection with the North West motorway network are approximately thirty minutes away by car and the railway station in Macclesfield provides fast and frequent Intercity and commuter links with Manchester, London and the surrounding business centres.
Entrance Hall (16? 4? x 7? 2? (4.97m x 2.18m)
Hardwood front door with leaded glazed inset and matching side panels. Stairs to first floor with understairs storage cupboard. Storage heater.
Inner Hall (7? 5? x 2? 9? (2.26m x 0.84m)
Leading to bedroom 4/study and master bedroom.
Bedroom 4/Study (9? 10? x 6? 0? (2.99m x 1.83m)
Timber framed sealed unit double glazed leaded window to front aspect. 13 Amp power points.
Bedroom 1 Front (13? 9? x 12? 3? (4.19m x 3.73m)
Timber framed sealed unit double glazed leaded window to front aspect. Single panel central heating radiator. 13 Amp power points. Vanity unit with wash hand basin and cupboard below. Sliding door to:
En Suite Shower/W.C. (6? 4? x 2? 5? (1.93m x 0.74m)
Leaded frosted window to side aspect. Suite comprising: Low level w.c. And enclosed shower cubicle housing thermostatic shower. Fully tiled walls.
Inner Hall (26? 11? x 3? 3? (8.20m x 0.99m)
Bedroom 2 Front (14? 6? x 7? 11? (4.42m x 2.41m)
Storage heater. Timber framed sealed unit double glazed window to front aspect. 13 Amp power points.
Bedroom 3 Front (14? 6? x 8? 0? (4.42m x 2.44m)
Double glazed leaded window to front aspect. Storage heater. 13 Amp power points.
Family Bathroom (9? 9? x 9? 7? (2.97m x 2.92m)
Double panel central heating radiator. Timber framed sealed unit double glazed window to front aspect. Four piece suite comprising: Low level w.c., bidet, pedestal wash hand basin and tiled panelled bath with telephone style shower attachment. Double glazed frosted window to front aspect. Extractor fan. Part tiled walls.
Utility Room/Cloaks (6? 7? x 5? 2? (2.01m x 1.57m)
Work tops. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Wall mounted cupboards. Double glazed frosted window to side aspect. Loft access. 13 Amp power points.
Spacious Landing (15? 5? x 7? 1? (4.70m x 2.16m)
Timber framed sealed unit double glazed leaded window to front aspect. Single panel central heating radiator. Loft access. Double opening doors into sitting room and doorway to:
Lounge (16? 6? x 15? 4? (5.03m x 4.67m)
Timber framed sealed unit double glazed windows to side aspect. Feature period style fireplace with attractive mahogany surround, tiled hearth and open grate. Dado rail. Ceiling rose. Double opening leaded doors with matching sidescreens to balcony affording splendid views over farmland towards Bosley Cloud.
Sitting Room (20? 1? x 12? 4? (6.12m x 3.76m)
Two timber framed sealed unit double glazed leaded windows to front aspect taking maximum advantage of the glorious open views towards Bosley Cloud and window to side aspect. Coved ceiling and ceiling rose. BT telephone point (subject to BT approval). Television aerial point. Feature fireplace with attractive decorative tiling and living flame gas fire (propane bottles). Natural oak flooring. Double opening doors into:
Breakfast Kitchen (19? 11? x 9? 3? (6.07m x 2.82m)
Timber framed sealed unit double glazed leaded window overlooking the garden. Fitted with a range of medium oak fronted units comprising cupboards, drawers and display cabinets. Complementary wall tiling. Wood style work surfaces incorporating one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Plumbing for dishwasher. Integrated refrigerator. Space for electric oven and hob. Solid fuel burning Rayburn Novelle supplying hot water and central heating to radiators. Stable style door to the side porch. Access to roof space housing the hot water cylinder.
Rear Porch (45? 7? x 7? 6? (13.88m x 2.28m) max)
PVCu part glazed doors opening to the garden. Built in cupboards. Space for tall fridge/freezer. Tiled flooring.
To the front the driveway provides parking for several cars, bordered by a raised stone built well stocked flowerbed, setting the house back from the road. There is a tiered front garden which is laid to lawn, with (now expired) planning permission for A double garage with room above. Steps lead up to the mature well stocked lawned garden with patio and large summer house with power and lighting.
Hillside paddock of around a third of an acre to the rear of the property, adjoining open farmland.
Freehold (subject to solicitors? verification).
Mains gas, water and electricity are connected. Drainage is via a septic tank.
Strictly by appointment through sole selling agent Timothy A Brown.4 bedrooms
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