A substantial Victorian residence in a desirable Cheshire village location.
Entrance hallway | Three Principal reception rooms | Garden room | Kitchen/breakfast room
Guest cloakroom and WC | Utility room | Shower room
Six Bedrooms (two with en suite bathrooms) | Dressing room
Two Additional bathrooms | First floor utility/laundry room | Linen cupboard
Annexe (comprising first floor living room and bedroom)
Outdoor swimming pool | Pool house
Wood store | Triple garage and workshop
Gardens | EPC rating F
In about ¾ acre
Built in 1840, Fairfield House is a fine example of a Victorian residence. This period still has much of the Georgian influence in the size and proportion of the rooms and the quality of design. The house is approached via a remote gate over a gravelled sweeping driveway to the front with parking and turning area, continuing to a triple garage with remote doors and a workshop. The property sits proudly within its grounds which include lawns, outdoor swimming pool and a delightful enclosed courtyard.
The gardens are a particular highlight of the property and include lawns with mature well-stocked borders and fine specimen trees, including camellias, magnolia, lilac and ornamental cherry. A laburnum archway leads to the beautiful enclosed courtyard which is accessible from the kitchen and annexe. There is a wood store and further access to the cellar. To the north eastern corner of the property is the fabulous pool garden with paved terrace and stocked borders. There are two outbuildings adjacent to the house, one a useful store and the other the pool plant room and there is also a detached pool house.
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