The Olde Cow Shed is to be found in a lovely secluded location discreetly tucked away yet only a very short distance from the popular Bunbury Locks. The accommodation which is immaculately presented throughout and has many features to include beamed ceilings and sash windows. The traditional farm building dates back to 1850 and was skilfully converted in 2012. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hallway, wc, large kitchen/dining/family room with vaulted ceilings, fully fitted utility room, living room with Inglenook style fireplace housing a wood burning stove, guest bedroom with ensuite shower room, bedroom three with ensuite shower room, landing/study area, principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe and delightful views over Bunbury Lock. Externally the property is approached via a gravel drive providing parking and access to further outbuildings incorporating garage, gym and large store. The gardens to the front have been laid mainly to lawn with fully stocked borders and raised borders. To the left hand side of the property is a giant garden chess board with a delightful outlook over the Cheshire countryside. It is essential to view the property in order to fully appreciate the fantastic conversion and location.
Bunbury Locks is situated on the Shropshire Union Canal a mile to the north of the village of Bunbury which is located just under four miles to the south of Tarporley. It is well known as one of the most picturesque villages in Cheshire, surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Within the village there are facilities catering for a wide range of everyday requirements. Of particular note is Bunbury Primary School that enjoys a longstanding reputation for academic excellence and is supported by the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers. Bunbury Primary School also feeds into Tarporley High School. There is also a new children's play park.
Other amenities include a thriving co-operative convenience store, superb village butcher and fish and chip shop. Tilly's café is open six days a week and has become a popular and well regarded hub of the community. The state of the art medical centre is located in a central position within walking distance of all parts of the village.
The natural beauty and history of the village is perfectly encapsulated by St Boniface Church an architecturally stunning building that dates back over 1,000 years. The Church is very well supported, has an active congregation and strong links with the Methodist Church, also located in the centre of the village.
In terms of recreation, there are both cricket and tennis clubs whilst there are three public houses the Nags Head, The Yew Tree and the highly regarded Dysart Arms, which has its own garden and overlooks the historical Parish Church.
The nearby village of Tarporley provides a wider range of amenities and the whole area is well placed for the business traveller with many commercial centres including Manchester, Liverpool, Crewe, Warrington and Nantwich, all being found within comfortable commuting distance. Read more
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