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Birtles Hall is an impressive Grade II listed Georgian manor house believed to have been built in around 1819, which has been converted in to 6 luxurious apartments.
Named after the original owner of the Manor House, Hibbert Court is located on the first floor, enjoying views from a south east aspect across the formal grounds.
The approach is exceptional, following a long and sweeping private driveway leading to the Hall. Private parking is located to the rear with an allocated garage and additional sheltered parking.
The majority of its original features have been carefully retained with remarkable amounts of character and opulence throughout.
Though each apartment is different, it is refreshing to have the main formal living room with almost ceiling to floor sash windows.
Entering the formal entrance to the atrium the stair leads to three apartments where Hibbert Court can be found.
Internally the property briefly comprises of; Entrance hallway that reaches the length of the property, formal living room that accommodates both dining and entertaining, an open plan dining kitchen with a sitting room, three bedrooms, two of which have their own en-suite facilities with the third utilising a separate shows room. The master bedroom has a dressing room and en-suite.
This exclusive residence stands in approximately 11 Acres of manicured formal gardens, a croquet lawn, Japanese garden and woodlands.
Alderley Edge, Wilmslow and Prestbury centres are within a 10 minute commute to this highly private and idyllic location, offering a range of boutique shops, restaurants, rail links and popular schools. The motorway and Manchester Airport are also easily accessed. Viewings come highly recommended.
Maison Haus, Booths Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 8GS
Tel: 01565 748 748 | Email: Moving@Maison.Haus
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