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Long Lane, Spurstow, Tarporley, CW6

Guide price £1,100,000

4 Beds 3 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: CHR190057


An attractive Grade II Listed former school house set within beautifully landscaped gardens, occupying a semi rural location on the edge of a popular Cheshire village. ACCOMMODATION - Porch; Former School Hall now Drawing Room with Dining Area; Kitchen/Breakfast Room; Study; Snug; Utility Room; W.C/Cloakroom - Galleried Landing; Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom and Walk-in Wardrobe; Bedroom 2; Family Shower Room; Bedroom 3 with En-suite Bathroom; Bedroom 4 with En-suite W.C OUTSIDE - Outhouse comprising: Utility Room; Former School Lavatory Block; Store Room; Log Store - Former air raid shelter/Store; Extensive Gardens; Formal Lawns; Separate front and rear drives with extensive parking areas; - In all circa 0.86 acres (0.34 ha) - Available by separate negotiation is the Woodland Reserve with pond & adjoining paddock which sits in a further circa 1.44 acres (0.58 ha). PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SALES PARTICUALRS RELATE TO THE PROPERTY AS A WHOLE HISTORICAL NOTE Old School House is a former Crewe Estate building and was used as the primary school for the village of Spurstow until 1983 when it was converted into a residential dwelling. The property was built by Lord Crewe in a Gothic Revival style, bearing the date 1872, and is fully deserving of its Grade II Listed status. It is constructed of brick on a stone plinth under a red and blue tiled roof with original octagonal clock tower. The property has distinctive blue brick detailing, white gothic barge boarding and stone dressed mullion windows. The house has recently undergone a comprehensive scheme of modernisation by the current owners and yet retains much of its original charm and character with an excellent blend of traditional features complemented by modern fitments.