LOCATED on a tranquil lane between Bunbury and Tarporley, with outstanding walks on the doorstep, this stunning home was only built in 2019.

With four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the property enjoys superb rural views and provides a notable dose of tranquillity.

It has been brought to the market by Gascoigne Halman of Tarporley and comes with a guide price of £895,000.

Robert Reed of Gascoigne Halman said of the home: “This is a gem of a property that enjoys a fantastic semi-rural position.

“It was constructed in 2019 by a well-regarded local builder, who specialises in one off houses and has a well-developed and impressive attention to detail."

Northwich Guardian:

“The lane is a no through road there are also excellent walks on the doorstep, without the need to get in the car.

“In addition to walks along the nearby canal and across open fields via a network of public footpaths, there is also the opportunity walk to nearby Bunbury within 15 minutes, the location of the iconic parish church and the fantastic Dysart Arms pub and restaurant.

“The house has a pleasing aesthetic feel, having been constructed with delightful reclaimed brick yet internally offering stylish and contemporary design concepts that are perfectly in tune with modern day living requirements.

“My favourite room is the open plan kitchen dining and family room. This is of outstanding specification and represents the best in modern day design and finish."

Northwich Guardian:

“In the spring and summer, the bi-folds can be opened up to bring the outside in, whilst in the winter, the space becomes cosy and warm with the wood burning stove as the focal point.

“Other features of merit in the house include a bespoke oak staircase in the hallway and the fantastic quality bathrooms to the first floor.

“Externally the lawned gardens are to front and rear, which make the most of the outstanding rural views surrounding. There is also a hidden landscaped courtyard, driveway parking and garage which in incorporates at the back a small home office.”

Northwich Guardian: