Broseley Lane, Kenyon, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 4HW
Price On Application
Leigh Hall is a stunning residence located adjacent and overlooking the prestigious Leigh Golf Club, within the popular semi rural village of Culcheth, Cheshire, with its horseshoe driveway this imposing property stands in its own grounds and offers nine bedrooms, four reception rooms, three bathrooms, cloakroom, kitchen, utility and a cellar. Within the grounds of the property there is an additional detached Coach House, providing scope for additional living space/annexe/dual-generational living. The current owner has had plans drawn to extend and convert the property in to 13 apartments but we feel it would also make a desireable spa/hotel because of the location.This fine home has been lovingly updated and maintained by its current owners yet still retains many period features such as high ceilings, ornate coving, original fireplaces and a super stained glass window dated back to 1906. To arrange a viewing please call our Culcheth office
Potential Commercial Development Opportunity
Plans drawn for converting in to 13 apartments
Stunning detached period property built in 1906
Adjacent and overlooking the prestigious Leigh Golf Course
Set in beautiful, substantial landscaped grounds
Main residence set over three floors
Additional detached Coach House.
Entrance Porch & Hallway
The entrance porch has mosaic tiled flooring providing access into impressive entrance hallway incorporating a turned carved wood staircase and feature stained glass window, corner sink and coving. The basement level is separated to three areas.
Blue Room & Dining Room
The blue room is an entertaining lounge with high ceilings, original cornicing, feature Inglenook fireplace creating a beautiful fire as a focal point to the room. The dining is an opulent room in which to dine, with feature walk in Tarrant window this room also benefits from an original open fireplace with period surround and tiled back.
Sun Room & Panel Room
The sun room provides panoramic views over the gardens and the Golf Course beyond. Whilst the panel room in keeping with its area, this is an ideal second reception room with feature Georgian window overlooking the front elevation and feature wooden panelling to the elevations.
Kitchen & Utility Room
Fitted with a range of wall and base units with complementary work surfaces, integral appliances to include a dishwasher, Domino range gas and electric hob with deep fat fryer, fridge freezer and oven. Window to the rear, stable door to the side giving access externally. The utility room provides an excellent storage area with shelving equip for utilities. The rear porch provides access to the rear with a downstairs cloaks area and wc.
Two tiered landing with a stained glass window dated back to 1906 and further stairs ascending to two further galleried landings.
Dual aspect windows providing views of the golf course to the side, access to the en-suite.
There are a further four bedrooms on this level and a family bathroom.
On this floor there is a sitting room and four further bedrooms.
To the front there is a brick wall with pillar entrance which gives access to the horseshoe driveway and a further driveway leads to the side of the property allows ample parking for several vehicles. A further parking bay is situated to the rear of the property. The front garden has been tenderly landscaped with feature brick built gazebo, ideal for those alfresco barbeque evenings and an ornamental style area. The vast lawn continues around the perimeter of the property with a green house and open views across the golf course. There is an additional detached Coach House with access to storage facilities upstairs and feature dual windows (this building could easily be converted into an additional living accommodation, subject to planning permission).