Parr Green Hall is a notable period property which was formed from a former farmhouse and its farm buildings. Dating from the early 17th century, the house was renovated in 2004 and now offers a sizeable country house with secondary accommodation and extensive outbuildings.
Constructed of reclaimed Cheshire brick and period timber framing under a slate roof and the renovation has created an excellent family home with an open-plan feel. Period features include exposed wall and ceiling timbers, oak doors and a large sandstone chimney breast. The dining hall forms the centre of the house, and is constructed of oak and mainly glass walls.
Accommodation in full comprises: dining hal, kitchen/breakfast room with open plan sitting and dining areas, playroom, drawing room, study, sitting room, pantry and boot room on the ground floor; upstairs are the master suite and four double bedrooms (all en-suite).
Outside are two-bedroom coach house as well as the indoor swimming pool, party/games room and the outbuildings.
The orchard lies to the side of the forecourt, with a pond beyond that and a former shippon. The gardens lie predominantly to the south, and are mostly laid to lawn. The land is mostly pasture suitable for grazing horses; A young tree plantation lies along the west boundary. At the northernmost point is another pond from where there are wonderful views. The grounds come to over 14 acres.
Parr Green Hall is located in a scenic part of Cheshire on the edge of the village of Shocklach which has a pub, primary school and a church; Chester is 12 miles to the north.
The guide price is £2.25m. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01244 328361 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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