- Two reception areas and two bedrooms
- Beautiful rural setting
- Convenient transport links & other amenities within easy reach
- Extensive rear gardens & off road parking
- Bursting with original charm and character
A truly charming country cottage bursting with original features, nestled in an idyllic setting overlooking open fields. Originally constructed during Victorian times (circa 1850), to house workers of one of the many farms forming part of the picturesque ancient parish of Hassall.
No. 3 is the middle of just three properties within the mews and the charming internal accommodation is well complimented by an attractive frontage which provides off the road car parking and extensive rear gardens which are beautifully mature. Accommodation comprising: An inviting lounge with stunning open fireplace constructed of locally sourced stone, light and airy open plan dining / kitchen stretching more than 24ft, a fitted bathroom with roll top bath and limestone basin. A wooden staircase rises to the first floor landing with access into a generous principle bedroom with forward facing views and a smaller double bedroom with fitted cupboard and views to the rear gardens.
Externally, French doors from the kitchen open onto a patio seating area which leads to an enclosed terrace and long stretching garden with wildlife pond, mature birch and fruit trees. Hidden away we find a sun-trap decked area with solar lighting. The property also benefits a reclaimed timber log and tool shed.
Nestled in the rural hamlet of Day Green within the sought after ancient parish of Hassall, the cottage has abundant rural walks on the doorstep. The best of both worlds, it is also excellently situated for transport links to both M6 (jcts. 16 and 17 are 10 mins drive away) and mainline trains direct to Birmingham, Manchester and London from both Crewe station and the local award winning 'Best Kept Station' of Alsager.