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Cherry Tree Lane, Woore Crewe, Cheshire

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Baker Wynne & Wilson, Nantwich
Country House

Key features

  • A Fine Detached Country Residence extending to nearly 10,000 sg ft GIA, standing magnificently in approx. 27 Acres
  • Enjoying panoramic views over rolling open countryside across the horizon a stunning and memorable vista .
  • Positioned at the end of a rural lane on an elevated plot, standing in magnificent landscaped gardens
  • Classic aesthetic qualities, lovingly constructed to such a high and exacting specification, rarely seen today.
  • Created from a passion for attention to detail with its subtle palette of oak and natural stone, all handpicked to age gracefully and add real character to the otherwise contemporary form.
  • Range of useful outbuildings and garaging totalling 685 sg ft .Backup electricity generator and tariff producing wind turbine.

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

GUIDE PRICE £2,500,000 TO £3,000,000


Summary - Reception Hall. 37' 6'' Sitting Room, Dining Room. Snug, Luxurious Handmade open plan 43'0'' Breakfast Kitchen with AGA and Miele appliances, Sitting and study areas, Oak conservatory / Dining room with oak bar,, Large boot room, Laundry/ prep Kitchen, Utility / boiler room, Wine Cellar, Butlers pantry, Cinema room, Gym , Sitting room/ former office, kitchen/ shower / w/c, Store room, Drying room, shower room, Various cloaks rooms/w/c's.

First floor-Master Bedroom suite with dressing room and bath/shower room. Four further double bedrooms with en-suites including the guest suite. Family bathroom.
East wing self-contained accommodation including guest suite with sitting room, bedroom and bathroom and further bedroom 7 above the office. Astro- turf floodlit Tennis court; Vegetable garden; Two large agricultural storage/ workshop outbuildings with mezzanine floor and generator; Large pond, Formal lawns and mature gardens.

NOTE: A technical specification is available on request summarising the overall qualities on offer throughout the property . Please contact Mark Johnson. FRICS for further details.
- In all approximately 26.46 acres (10.70 ha)

Location - Cherry Tree Farm lies just outside the sought-after village of Woore, meaning boundary', on the Cheshire/Shropshire borders. The house is approached via a no through road and is set in beautiful rolling countryside with superb panoramic views. The centre of Woore Village, is within half a mile.
It is very well placed for the commuter lying about 12 miles from Crewe Station which offers a direct train route to London Euston (approximately 1hour 25 minutes)

And 5 miles from the M6 motorway. There is also easy access to major road networks such as the A50.
The highly sought-after historic market town of Nantwich dating back to Roman times lies about 7miles away and offers an excellent range of retail leisure and commercial services including primary and secondary schooling.
Some of the region's most popular schools are accessible within an hour of the property, including Repton and Shrewsbury Schools,

Wrekin and Ellesmere Colleges.
The King's School in Chester and The Grange at Hartford are also easily accessible.. As well as the primary school in Woore village, there are larger schools locally at Audlem and Nantwich.

Cherry Tree Farm is approached via electric timber gates and a sweeping driveway leading to the front of the house. It stands in a private, commanding position with far reaching views over its own grounds and land and the beautiful countryside beyond.
It offers highly versatile accommodation within the main house to the west and in the substantial east wing or annexe with leisure facilities, office space

And secondary accommodation. The property is entered through a timber front door opening into an impressive reception hall with a bespoke sweeping staircase at the far end. The house offers outstanding entertaining spaces with a stunning drawing room, a useful adjoining butler's pantry and an elegant dining room. The drawing room has a substantial stone fireplace and French doors opening on the garden terrace. A further door from the hall leads to the wine cellar.

The entertaining areas extend into the garden with a structure known as The Folly providing a dining room, with storage units and a WC opening up on three sides by use of bifold doors.

The heart of the house is found in the family kitchen with high quality bespoke units, an island and an Aga with an electric companion. French doors open to the garden and into an oak framed conservatory, a wonderfully light room with light sensitive blinds and a bar area. Again French doors open into the garden. On the opposite side of the kitchen is a sitting room.

Beyond the conservatory is a hallway doubling as a boot room with useful storage. Beside the hall is a laundry room with a cloakroom and drying room opposite.
The rear hall, adjacent to the conservatory, forms a link with the east wing/annexe providing the opportunity of incorporating some or all of this accommodation with the main part of the house. There is a large cinema room, gym, office, kitchen, sitting room, shower room, two bedrooms and a wc.

The curved staircase from the reception hall opens into a grand and light landing space with space for an informal seating area on the first floor. From here there are wonderful views across the front lawns through a triple-aspect timber framed window. The master bedroom suite offers great accommodation with an impressive walk-in-wardrobe and a beautiful, bespoke marble en suite with a bath and separate shower.

There are 4 further spacious bedrooms in this part of the house, 3 with en suites. There is also a large family bathroom.

Outbuildings And Facilities - To the side of the West wing of the main house, you will find a bijou brick and timber summerhouse, named The Folly', overlooking the tennis court and patio towards the rear of the property. This is complete with storage units, wine and beer coolers, a WC and ample dining space. Adjoining the back of this is a storage unit with power sources and the oil tank for the main house.

The tennis court is in fantastic working order with floodlights and is surrounded by fencing and a great variety of shrubs and plants.
Past the East wing of the house are two large metal framed agricultural buildings providing useful storage/garaging and workshop spaces. The rear shed has an area to store a motor home and also contains a powerful backup generator, perfect for supplying electricity for garden events or in case of power shortages.

Gardens And Grounds - Mature gardens and grounds encapsulate the large family home with stunning panoramic views across Shropshire and Cheshire. This is an outstanding feature of Cherry Tree Farm. The driveway sweeps through to a turning area with access to the gardens at the front of the house. An apple tree archway lead into the orchard beyond which is an open field offering equestrian potential.

Further round is an impressive pond and a vegetable garden. Away from the house, behind the pond, a wind turbine has been installed which provides a sustainable electricity source and also benefits from The Government's Feed-in-Tariff scheme.

Moving past The Folly off the West wing of the house, more hedge lined mature gardens flow around the tennis court with tall hedges offering complete seclusion and privacy. A long pathway surrounded by an array of flowers, specimen shrubs and trees leads to a wonderful timber feature in a similar style to an ancient Greek urn. The garden then curves round to a mature space with a statuesque ash tree providing even more character to the grounds.

To the rear of the property is an open haven with a stunning outlook and a specially designed ha-ha making the views appear to roll into the garden. Below the recessed level of the garden beyond a fenced boundary is a series of fields. The land is crossed by a public footpath. The total area is approximately 26.46 acres.
Square Footage: 10,426 sq ft ( SEE ATTACHED PLAN ).

Directions To Cw3 9Sr - Proceed out of Nantwich along the London Rd/B5074 . Turn right onto Elwood Way/A51 . Turn left onto London Rd/A51 at the traffic lights and Continue to follow A51.
On entering the Village of Woore turn left onto Cherry Tree Lane and continue to the end of the lane.

Woore Village centre 0.5m Nantwich 9m Crewe Station 12.2m ( approx. 20 mins ) Stoke on Trent 14m ( Bet365 Stadium - ST4 4EG - 13.1 miles ) Chester 30m Manchester 48m.

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Cherry Tree Lane, Woore Crewe, Cheshire


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Baker Wynne & Wilson, Nantwich

38 Pepper Street, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5AB


Baker Wynne and Wilson is owned and run by two partners, John Baker and Simon Morgan-Wynne. They have a combined experience of over 75 years, having worked in all types of property markets, good and bad!

A well known full time addition is Estate Agent & Professional Valuer , Mark Johnson FRICS , who as well as selling properties locally for over 40 years is a registered RICS Valuer , qualifie

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