The Gorstella is a magnificent seven bedroom detached country property designed by the highly commended local architect, John Douglas built in 1885.
The 19th Century property has lovingly undertaken a scheme of modernisation throughout the years and the accommodation is presented throughout to a very high standard briefly comprising; reception hallway with original flooring and oak staircase to the upper floors, drawing room with feature open fireplace, sitting room with feature fireplace, cloakroom, impressive open plan kitchen, dining, family room fitted with a range of kitchen units made bespoke by Cheshire Furniture Company in Aldford with stone worktops and large contrasting island unit with two sets of double doors onto a raised terrace, large shelved pantry, first-floor landing, principal suite with two dressing rooms and well-appointed en-suite with five piece suite, bedroom 3, shower room, study/bedroom 6, second-floor landing with guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom and three further double bedrooms all with far-reaching views.
The property benefits from a host of original features, cast iron radiators and spectacular views.
The Gorstella is approached via a tarmac driveway that provides parking to the rear. The garden is a particular feature with mature gardens to two sides of the property and are principally laid to lawn with fully stocked mature trees, shrubs and borders. There are raised terraces and a number of external outbuildings.