Inside the Cheshire mansion with outdoor swimming that rents at £5,000 a month

Inside the Cheshire mansion with outdoor swimming that rents at £5,000 a month

Keepers Nook, Congleton Take a look inside Keepers Nook, one of Cheshire’s most exclusive rental properties, which comes with a self-contained apartment, stables and an outdoor swimming pool.

But admirers of the beautiful Cheshire ‘mini-estate’ will need deep pockets to live here as it’ll cost you over a thousand pounds a week to take up residency. It is currently available to rent with Savills Lettings in Wilmslow for £4,995 a month – or almost £60,000 a year.

The pricey pad is thought to be among the most expensive rental properties in Cheshire , spanning more than 8,036 sq ft, with grounds of 5.7 acres.

Keepers Nook presents a rare opportunity to rent a South Cheshire ‘mini estate’ with extensive and beautiful grounds and a range of useful outbuildings, plus a separate self-contained apartment and good equestrian facilities.

The principal house has been thoughtfully designed to offer excellent family accommodation arranged over two floors with character features and light, airy well-proportioned rooms.

A covered entrance with an oak door opens into a spacious oak floored hall with a turning staircase leading up to the galleried first floor.

A cloaks cupboard and cloakroom with a w.c lie off. A door to the right of the hall leads through to the wonderful dining kitchen by Clive Christian in oak under granite surfaces with a four-oven AGA and integrated appliances by Siemens.

A large island and double French doors to a loggia area providing covered access to the main double garage and workshop with its office/store room above. The kitchen at Keepers Nook, with beautiful red Aga (Image: Savills) A utility room/boot room with a cloakroom and w.c. lie off with an outside door to the parking area and garages.

The dining room has double doors from the hall and has an oak floor and a window to the rear.

To the left of the reception hall is the drawing room which features a wood-burning stove in a brick fireplace. This extended room has a triple aspect and a bay to the front.

The hall leads through to a study with an oak floor and off this room is the family sitting room with a brick fireplace fitted with a gas wood-burner. Keepers Nook (Image: Savills) The study also provides access to a large orangery.

This vaulted room with its warm timber-clad roof provides a great additional reception room and has an oak floor and French doors opening to the side.

On the first floor, the gallery landing has a box room off with the pressurised hot water system.The master suite includes a dual aspect bedroom area with a fitted dressing room leading through to an en suite bathroom with a double-ended bath, separate shower and twin wash hand basins. One of the bathrooms at Keepers Nook (Image: Savills) The guest bedroom has fitted oak wardrobes and an en suite shower room and there are three further fitted bedrooms sharing a contemporary house bathroom with a double-ended bath, separate shower and fitted furniture.The main double garage includes a workshop area and has a staircase leading […]

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