- Unique Detached House
- Separate Detached Partially Converted Barn
- Combined Five Double Bedrooms
- Set In Approx. Six Acres
- Spacious Living Room With Open Fire
- Bespoke Kitchen With Dual Aspect Views
- Utility Room
- EPC Rating D
- Three En-Suites
**FREEHOLD** **BEAUTIFUL SOUTH FACING GARDENS** **STUNNING LOCATION** **DESIRABLE AREA** **EXCELLENT COMMUTER LINKS TO MANCHESTER AND SHEFFIELD** **MANCHESTER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS ALSO WITHIN EASY COMMUTE** **GREAT PRIMARY SCHOOL AND LOCAL AMENITIES** **IN THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AND CONSERVATION AREA**
"Heatherlea" is situated on Maynestone Road in the picturesque semi rural village of Chinley, on the western edge of the Peak District National Park, which offers excellent day to day shopping facilities, lovely independent cafes and pubs, great train links to Manchester and Sheffield, along with a highly regarded primary school. There are also a great many stunning local walks such as South Head, Cracken Edge and Kinder Scout the highest point in the national park, and birthplace of the Right to Roam movement brought about by the Mass Trespass of 1932 nearby. The neighbouring small towns of New Mills, Whaley Bridge and Chapel-en-le-Frith are also within a few minutes drive.
This spectacular traditional stone built property, is set within approximately one and a half acres of mature gardens and is approached through automated gates at the foot of a long sweeping driveway, where you are immediately immersed by the magnificent views towards Eccles Pike, Cracken Edge and the surrounding countryside of the Peak District. There are extensive gardens to three sides of the property with mature trees, shrubs and lawns. York stone pathways connect the gardens, and the beauty of the surroundings can be enjoyed from the front patio seating area. The garden wraps around to the rear, where there are two decked areas, one raised to take in the last of the evening sun, an ornamental pond and further lawns. There are approximately a further four and a half acres of land comprising five stables, a small holding and grazing land. This lovely family home has been updated by the current owners whilst retaining many traditional features, making it an extremely unique place to live. Internally the property comprises, an impressive, characterful living room with an open fire which gives a cosy feel to this spacious area, a truly magnificent bespoke kitchen which the owners have thoughtfully designed with dual aspect views, an office, good size utility room housing a shower unit, separate WC, a hallway with mirrored door to the cloakroom/boiler room and stairs to the first floor. From the first floor landing are three double bedrooms, the spacious main bedroom has a fantastic roof terrace which looks up towards Cracken Edge and Chinley Churn where you can watch the ever changing seasons. The entrance to the large en-suite bathroom has been specially designed, it's like stepping into a magical wardrobe where you will find a sumptuous bathroom. There is a huge walk-in wardrobe with ample space. The second bedroom also has an en-suite, and there is a further shower room. All three showers upstairs are fitted with Premium Quadrant Steam Shower Cabins.
The detached barn has been partially converted and is in need of completing. Internally comprises; spacious bedroom with views to the front, has a pull down double bed and office desk area, there is access to the first floor via a spiral staircase. There is further access from the small hallway to the first floor and the garage, the first floor space is in need of completion but has a sitting room and bedroom area with a finished shower room. Externally there is a small separate garden with an ornamental pond, York stone paving, established shrubs, trees and gated side access.