A 'CHARMING' canalside property has been put on the market for less than £800,000.

The unique converted stables, in Minshull Vernon near Middlewich, covers more than 2,400 square feet.

Sitting beside the Middlewich branch of the Shropshire Union Canal, the property comes with a brick-laid sun terrace to enjoy the spectacular views.

The home, off Nantwich Road, is being marketed at £795,000 by estate agents Strutt & Parker.

Inside, guests are greeted by a spacious reception hall, which features an open stairway with glass balustrade and flows through to an expansive 27-foot sitting room.

In this space, there is ample room for dining while a log-burning stove with exposed flue catches the eye.

The listing on Rightmove continues: "From here, stairs rise to the peaceful mezzanine above which is currently being utilised as a home office.

Northwich Guardian: The kitchen and dining areaThe kitchen and dining area (Image: Strutt & Parker)

"Further is the open-plan kitchen and dining space with a cloakroom, pantry cupboard and bi-folding doors to the southwesterly sun terrace.

"The stylish kitchen features a wide array of modern handless cabinetry, a breakfast bar and a range of integrated appliances including a Neff 5-burner induction hob, twin ovens microwave, wine fridge, tall fridge-freezer and dishwasher.

"To the east wing is a useful utility room and a contemporary family bathroom.

Northwich Guardian: The sitting areaThe sitting area (Image: Strutt & Parker)

"There are two bright well-proportioned bedrooms and a sunroom/fifth bedroom all with far-reaching aspects.

"Both the principal and second bedrooms benefit from sleek en suite shower rooms. On the first floor there are two further bedrooms and a loft storage area."

Outside, the plot includes a 'considerable' garden, which is primarily laid to lawn with a dedicated wildlife area and greenhouse.

The property also includes a gravelled driveway, which offers plenty of parking and leads to a detached double garage, with a 20-foot workshop and loft storage.

Northwich Guardian: The property and gardenThe property and garden (Image: Strutt & Parker)

The listing adds: "Although rural, the home’s location is incredibly well served by the towns of Middlewich and Nantwich, together providing a wide array of everyday amenities including shops, supermarkets, public houses and schools."