Cadster House is a wonderful period property in the heart of the picturesque Goyt Valley in the Peak District. Believed to date from 1744, this delightful family home is spread over 3,250 sq ft and has only changed hands once in the past 50 years. The house exudes period character and benefits from well-proportioned rooms, panelling and architectural mouldings. All principal rooms have commanding views of the hills.
The accommodation is mainly arranged over two floors and has a superb double aspect drawing room with a period fireplace and French doors opening onto the conservatory. The farmhouse style kitchen has an Aga and opens to the inner kitchen area which has a beautiful pair of beautiful shuttered sash windows to the rear. The house has four double bedrooms.
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Outside there are between ½ and 1/3 of an acre of gardens which include a waterfall and a stream while the rear gardens are elevated and well stocked with a lawn and flower beds to the side. The potting shed also makes a delightful folly.
The house is situated near Whaley Bridge which is a wonderful village with a good selection of shops and amenities which would suit most daily requirements. There are good commuter links to Manchester and surrounding towns by rail and bus and the airport is under 20 miles distant.
The guide price is £595,000. For further information telephone 01625 417 450 or visit www.savills.co.uk.