A stunning 17th century house in Cheshire's Golden Triangle has is now up for sale.

Estate agents Bridgfords describe it as a 'rare and exciting opportunity to acquire one of the oldest longest standing properties in Alderley Edge'.

Listed at £2m on Rightmove, the grade-II listed house in Davey Lane dates back to 1634 and the reign of Charles I.

In their description, Bridgfords say: "This property boasts an abundance of warmth and character few others can capture.

"Nestled on the doorstep of Alderley Edge village but boasting the privacy and security of a more rural location, Stone House is extremely convenient for shops, schools and fantastic transport links.

Northwich Guardian:

"Tree-lined gardens enclose the plot which also offers detached annex and garage."

On entering the property, guests are greeted by a 'show-stopping' entrance hallway, with features 'giving a real sense of its history'.

Northwich Guardian:

The ground floor also includes three reception rooms, as well as a study, a dining kitchen and a toilet. There is also a downstairs bedroom/fourth reception room.

Moving upstairs, visitors will find five 'generous and versatile' bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The property also comes with a detached garage, which also boasts annex accommodation above, with bathroom facilities.

Northwich Guardian:

Anyone interested in the house is encouraged to arrange a viewing to fully appreciate its location, layout and size.

Enquiries can be made to Bridgefords via 01625 920 323.