Thornton le Moors, Chester, Cheshire, CH2

£225,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A Grade II Listed character barn conversion, forming part of a secluded courtyard of just 6 homes within the heart of the historic hamlet of Thornton le Moors. This charming property is believed to have been built around 1830 and was part of a working farm until the 1980s. The property offers beautifully presented accommodation, retaining all the character features throughout including exposed beams, natural brickwork, quarry stone, and oak flooring, that all blend with a most tasteful decorative theme to create a really captivating home.

Location

Thornton Le Moors is a small semi-rural hamlet, mentioned in the Domesday Book and currently having a population of approximately 250 residents. The village has a range of individual homes and buildings reflecting the farming history of the village. Thornton Le Moors also features its own farm shop and cafe and also the beautiful sandstone Grade I Listed St Mary's Church (now conserved), parts of which date back to the 14th and 16th centuries. The church is now vested in the Churches Conservation Trust and is used for visitors, community use and holds four services each year. The property is ideally situated for access to many parts of the North West with motorway links nearby for both the M53 and M56 (M6), therefore ideal for commuters requiring access to Chester, Wirral, Liverpool, Manchester, and beyond. Local shops are available in Elton and Helsby and at Ellesmere Port and at the Cheshire Oaks retail park.

Directions

Leave the M56 motorway at Chester services, continue along the A5117 towards Chester and Cheshire Oaks, passing through two sets of traffic lights. Turn left into Thornton-Le-Moors and follow the road through the village. The entrance to Glebe Farm Mews is on the left-hand side, opposite the churchyard.

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