- AGRICULTURAL LAND OF APPROX 0.5 OF AN ACRE
- IDEAL FOR GROWING YOUR OWN VEG, FAMILY RECREATION OR ENJOYING BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE
- SOUND GRASSLAND
- GREENBELT LAND WITH NO PROSPECT FOR DEVELOPMENT
- SEMI RURAL SETTING, CLOSE TO RURAL HAMLET OF TIMBERSBROOK
A RARE CHANCE TO OWN A LITTLE PIECE OF CHESHIRE COUNTRYSIDE!!
A block of approx 0.5 of an acre or thereabouts of sound grassland. The land provides an excellent opportunity for those searching for a little piece of Cheshire countryside; perhaps to potter on and while away the summer evening, or perhaps grow your own veg, or even special place just for you and/or family to enjoy.
This agricultural land is greenbelt and has no prospect for potential development.
Located in the heart of Cheshire within the stunningly picturesque rural locality of Timbersbrook, surrounded by countryside, extensive views across meadowland with panoramic views over the Cheshire Plain and on a clear day as far as the Welsh Mountains. Positioned close to Bosley Cloud, a prominent hill owned by the National Trust, popular with ramblers and local folk who, once at its pinnacle, enjoy the breathtaking, far reaching views over adjoining counties. The twisting country lanes are interesting to explore and offer enjoyable walks and are suitable for horse riding, as is the well known walking route of the ‘Gritstone Trail’ nearby and the Biddulph Valley Way bridle path.
Practically the towns of Macclesfield and Congleton are within 9 miles and 3 miles respectively, with Manchester Airport some 15 miles away offering flights to worldwide destinations. The main town of Macclesfield, is offered with its mainline railway station (London Euston in approx 1hr 45mins), excellent schools including Beech Hall Preparatory School, Kings School and a range of highly regarded secondary schools. The town offers an array of high street stores, shops, bars and restaurants. Equally the charming market town of Congleton is blessed with a thriving range of facilities, boasts a Marks & Spencer Simply Food, Tesco, butchers, florists and newsagents as well as essential services such as chemists, doctors and dentists.
The towns bustling train station gives access to both north and south. London Euston can be reached within two hours. Manchester Airport can be reached within 35 minutes. Schools in both public and state sector are readily accessible and a wide range of leisure facilities such as golf clubs, shooting clubs and equestrian facilities are nearby.