AN 'arts and craft-style' home with 'huge amounts of character' has gone up for sale in Plumley.

The five-bed property, in Trouthall Lane, was built in the 1930s before its current owners made further additons in the 1970s.

Offering potential new owners the chance to renovate the main family house, and possibly convert the included Dutch barn/stable block into more accommodation, the property is being marketed at £2.15m by Savills.

Inside, visitors are greeted in the reception, which has a high vaulted ceiling, a stained glass window and a bespoke staircase.

From here you can find an extended drawing room, which enjoys views of the garden and countryside, and a dining room.

Northwich Guardian: The games room annexeThe games room annexe (Image: Savills)

According to the property listing, it says: "The hub of the home is the bright kitchen/breakfast/garden room area which is a wonderfully spacious and flexible area that really does make the most of the views.

"The kitchen offers a range of wall, drawer and base units with central island and gas hob."

Upstairs is the principal bedroom, which also boasts spectacular views and comes with a dressing room and a recently-updated en suite shower room.

Northwich Guardian: The bathroomThe bathroom (Image: Savills)

Four further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor, while one of the guest bedrooms also benefits from an en suite shower room.

Outside, the property is appraoched by a 'sweeping' private driveway, which leads to a large parking area, with two car ports, an electric charging point and secure storage.

Northwich Guardian: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Savills)

The listing adds: "The property is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens with the rear south facing gardens leading down to the Peover Eye.

"To the west of the house is a paddock of three acres with a horse shelter, this also leads down to the Peover Eye.

"To the east is a rebuilt stable block that in part has been converted to offer an annexe/ games room or home office.

Northwich Guardian: A sitting roomA sitting room (Image: Savills)

"There are still three stables, and a good sized Dutch barn with work shop for further garden implement storage and hay loft above."