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3 Bedroom Property - £405,000

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First listed on: 22nd August 2019

Nearest stations: Crewe (3.3 mi)Alsager (3.3 mi)Kidsgrove (5.1 mi)Sandbach (6 mi)Longport (6.3 mi)

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Property Features

  • Developed By Chamberlain Developments
  • A joint venture with The Duchy of Lancaster
  • No Upward Chain
  • Finished to an exceptionally high standard
  • Allocated parking

Property Description

The Developers

Chamberlain Developments have won several awards for listed buildings, including multi barn conversions. The roots of the company lie in historic listed buildings. Currently on the management team Chamberlain have a conservation and listed building specialist who ensures vernacular tradition is adhered to whilst using up to the minute building specification detail.
On its own developments Chamberlain chooses premium site locations. They do not intend to compete with mass market developers. The locations they source are always the best available to them. They often incorporate listed buildings or are located in conservation areas, which can give added peace of mind in the future.

"We have a way with building - the Chamberlain way! Unlike the mass market developers, we pride ourselves on offering a unique customer experience - a range of opportunities to join with us to build and create your own individual home right from the start." Location

The small picturesque village of Barthomley lies near the south-eastern boundary of Cheshire, close to the border with Staffordshire. The White Lion Inn, a thatched building dating from 1614 and formerly the home of the Parish Clerk, offers a home-cooked traditional menu. The name derives from the Coat of Arms of the Crewe Family, aristocratic local land owners, which included a white lion. Barthomley is dominated by its red sandstone church, with its rare dedication to an 8th Century Saint, Bertoline, who is said to have preformed a miracle on the site. A church may have occupied a site in Saxon times, but the present building dates to the late 11th Century. The Wulvarn Brook, which runs through the village is so named as legend states that the last wolf in England was killed in Barthomley Wood.

Townhouse Farm House is in close proximity to an extensive range of amenities from the nearby towns of Crewe and Nantwich and the area provides excellent transport and communication links with the A500 trunk road and junctions 16 of the M6 motorway within 2 miles, making Townhouse Farm Barns very accessible.

Rail services are available at Crewe (London Euston) 90 minutes, Manchester 40 minutes. Manchester International Airport is about a 45 minute drive. Joined Forces with The Duchy of Lancaster

Follow the link for further details

https://www.duchyoflancaster.co.uk/2018/04/11/duchy-join-forces-with-chamberlain-in-cheshire/ Ground Floor Entrance Hallway

A front-facing exterior door with an inset glazed panel opens into the entrance hallway where there are stairs rising up to the first floor with glazed balustrade and under stairs storage. With tiled flooring with under floor heating, recessed spotlights to the ceiling and oak doors through to the guest WC and lounge. Lounge
20' 6'' x 17' 9'' (6.24m x 5.41m)
A spacious room having carpet laid to the floor and windows facing the rear aspect of the property along with side-facing glazed doors providing access onto the patio. There is carpet laid to the floor with under floor heating, recessed spotlights and a television connection point. The room opens up to the kitchen area. Kitchen
11' 2'' x 15' 0'' (max)(3.40m x 4.57m (max))
The kitchen is fitted with matching wall and base units having wooden worktop with matching upstands to finish. There are two ovens, a 70/30 split fridge freezer and a slimline dishwasher. Inset into the worktops is a ceramic one and a half bowl sink with drainer to the side and mixer tap above along with a ceramic hob beneath an extractor fan. There is also a microwave integrated into the units. The kitchen is finished with recessed spotlights to the ceiling, tiled flooring with under floor heating and a rear-facing door providing access to the rear garden. Cloakroom
4' 10'' x 3' 3'' (1.47m x 0.99m)
The guest WC is a useful room having tiled splashback and fitted with tiled flooring. Having a low level flush WC, a vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above and a vanity mirror. There is also a recessed spotlight to the ceiling and an extractor fan. First Floor Landing

A large landing with exposed beams to the ceiling and oak doors to all first floor rooms. There is a porthole window facing the front aspect overlooking the courtyard whilst there is carpet to the floor, recessed spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator. Master Bedroom
18' 4'' x 11' 6'' (5.58m x 3.50m)
A spacious double bedroom having a side-facing double glazed window with views over the surrounding Cheshire countryside. There is a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and A-frame, carpet to the floor, ceiling lighting, radiator and a television connection point. En suite Shower Rooom
9' 10'' x 6' 1'' (2.99m x 1.85m)
Having a walk-in shower enclosure with rainfall thermostatic mixer shower inside, low level flush WC and a floating vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above and there is also a vanity mirror. The room benefits from being tiled to the floor and splash areas. With recessed spotlights to the ceiling, exposed beams and a chrome heated towel rail. Bedroom Two
8' 4'' x 7' 11'' (2.54m x 2.41m)
A second bedroom having rear-facing porthole window, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, carpet to the floor, ceiling lighting, radiator and television connection point. Bedroom Three
8' 4'' x 8' 10'' (2.54m x 2.69m)
A further bedroom having exposed beams to the ceiling, rear-facing porthole window, carpet to the floors, ceiling lighting, radiator and a television connection point. Bathroom
7' 11'' x 6' 7'' (2.41m x 2.01m)
The bathroom is fitted with a panel bath having tiled sides and splashback with mixer tap above, a low level flush WC and a wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap above. There is a vanity mirror, tiled flooring and tiled splashback, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, recessed spotlights, chrome heated towel rail, skylight and an extractor fan. Exterior

The property sits on a corner plot with a large garden surrounding two sides. There is parking space to the end of the garden with gravel pathway leading to the rear door. The boundary is defined by post and rail fencing with views out over the surrounding countryside whilst the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio. Directions

From Junction 16 of the M6 Motorway take the exit towards Barthomley and Alsager. Turn left towards Barthomley just a short distance after the services. Drive through the village heading out towards Englesea Brook. This will put you on Rushy Lane. The development can be found just a short distance along this road on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale Board.
The Developers

Chamberlain Developments have won several awards for listed buildings, including multi barn conversions. The roots of the company lie in historic listed buildings. Currently on the management team Chamberlain have a conservation and listed building specialist who ensures vernacular tradition is adhered to whilst using up to the minute building specification detail.
On its own developments Chamberlain chooses premium site locations. They do not intend to compete with mass market developers. The locations they source are always the best available to them. They often incorporate listed buildings or are located in conservation areas, which can give added peace of mind in the future.

"We have a way with building - the Chamberlain way! Unlike the mass market developers, we pride ourselves on offering a unique customer experience - a range of opportunities to join with us to build and create your own individual home right from the start." Location

The small picturesque village of Barthomley lies near the south-eastern boundary of Cheshire, close to the border with Staffordshire. The White Lion Inn, a thatched building dating from 1614 and formerly the home of the Parish Clerk, offers a home-cooked traditional menu. The name derives from the Coat of Arms of the Crewe Family, aristocratic local land owners, which included a white lion. Barthomley is dominated by its red sandstone church, with its rare dedication to an 8th Century Saint, Bertoline, who is said to have preformed a miracle on the site. A church may have occupied a site in Saxon times, but the present building dates to the late 11th Century. The Wulvarn Brook, which runs through the village is so named as legend states that the last wolf in England was killed in Barthomley Wood.

Townhouse Farm House is in close proximity to an extensive range of amenities from the nearby towns of Crewe and Nantwich and the area provides excellent transport and communication links with the A500 trunk road and junctions 16 of the M6 motorway within 2 miles, making Townhouse Farm Barns very accessible.

Rail services are available at Crewe (London Euston) 90 minutes, Manchester 40 minutes. Manchester International Airport is about a 45 minute drive. Joined Forces with The Duchy of Lancaster

Follow the link for further details

https://www.duchyoflancaster.co.uk/2018/04/11/duchy-join-forces-with-chamberlain-in-cheshire/ Ground Floor Entrance Hallway

A front-facing exterior door with an inset glazed panel opens into the entrance hallway where there are stairs rising up to the first floor with glazed balustrade and under stairs storage. With tiled flooring with under floor heating, recessed spotlights to the ceiling and oak doors through to the guest WC and lounge. Lounge
20' 6'' x 17' 9'' (6.24m x 5.41m)
A spacious room having carpet laid to the floor and windows facing the rear aspect of the property along with side-facing glazed doors providing access onto the patio. There is carpet laid to the floor with under floor heating, recessed spotlights and a television connection point. The room opens up to the kitchen area. Kitchen
11' 2'' x 15' 0'' (max)(3.40m x 4.57m (max))
The kitchen is fitted with matching wall and base units having wooden worktop with matching upstands to finish. There are two ovens, a 70/30 split fridge freezer and a slimline dishwasher. Inset into the worktops is a ceramic one and a half bowl sink with drainer to the side and mixer tap above along with a ceramic hob beneath an extractor fan. There is also a microwave integrated into the units. The kitchen is finished with recessed spotlights to the ceiling, tiled flooring with under floor heating and a rear-facing door providing access to the rear garden. Cloakroom
4' 10'' x 3' 3'' (1.47m x 0.99m)
The guest WC is a useful room having tiled splashback and fitted with tiled flooring. Having a low level flush WC, a vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above and a vanity mirror. There is also a recessed spotlight to the ceiling and an extractor fan. First Floor Landing

A large landing with exposed beams to the ceiling and oak doors to all first floor rooms. There is a porthole window facing the front aspect overlooking the courtyard whilst there is carpet to the floor, recessed spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator. Master Bedroom
18' 4'' x 11' 6'' (5.58m x 3.50m)
A spacious double bedroom having a side-facing double glazed window with views over the surrounding Cheshire countryside. There is a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and A-frame, carpet to the floor, ceiling lighting, radiator and a television connection point. En suite Shower Rooom
9' 10'' x 6' 1'' (2.99m x 1.85m)
Having a walk-in shower enclosure with rainfall thermostatic mixer shower inside, low level flush WC and a floating vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above and there is also a vanity mirror. The room benefits from being tiled to the floor and splash areas. With recessed spotlights to the ceiling, exposed beams and a chrome heated towel rail. Bedroom Two
8' 4'' x 7' 11'' (2.54m x 2.41m)
A second bedroom having rear-facing porthole window, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, carpet to the floor, ceiling lighting, radiator and television connection point. Bedroom Three
8' 4'' x 8' 10'' (2.54m x 2.69m)
A further bedroom having exposed beams to the ceiling, rear-facing porthole window, carpet to the floors, ceiling lighting, radiator and a television connection point. Bathroom
7' 11'' x 6' 7'' (2.41m x 2.01m)
The bathroom is fitted with a panel bath having tiled sides and splashback with mixer tap above, a low level flush WC and a wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap above. There is a vanity mirror, tiled flooring and tiled splashback, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, recessed spotlights, chrome heated towel rail, skylight and an extractor fan. Exterior

The property sits on a corner plot with a large garden surrounding two sides. There is parking space to the end of the garden with gravel pathway leading to the rear door. The boundary is defined by post and rail fencing with views out over the surrounding countryside whilst the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio. Directions

From Junction 16 of the M6 Motorway take the exit towards Barthomley and Alsager. Turn left towards Barthomley just a short distance after the services. Drive through the village heading out towards Englesea Brook. This will put you on Rushy Lane. The development can be found just a short distance along this road on the right hand side as identified by our For Sale Board.
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Nantwich Office

52 Pillory Street

Nantwich

CW5 5BG

Telephone: See phone number 01270 445678

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