This is the Jewel in the crown of Porter and Daughter's stunning Ladybridge Barns development of just four homes in Cheadle Hulme. The Hayloft is the only detached house on the development and sits in fantastic gardens to the front side and rear with views over the fields beyond. This four-bedroomed family residence is set over three floors and includes sumptuous living areas, beautiful bespoke bathrooms and an elegant SieMatic kitchen.
The impressive entrance hall shows off the stylish glass staircase and contemporary glass pivot door which takes you through to the grand living room which in turn leads into the show stopping kitchen and family space with bi fold doors making the most of the views out to the large garden and the fields. There is also a further snug, utility room and W.C on this floor.
The first floor has the boutique master bedroom with the wonderful double height glass arch flooding the room with natural light plus a private spiral staircase up to a mezzanine level which could make a great dressing or sitting area above. The master suite comes complete with a stylish en suite bathroom. There are two further spacious bedrooms and the main family bathroom on the first floor and bedroom four is on the second floor along with a further bathroom.
Ladybridge Barns are just a short stroll from the bustling Cheadle Hulme village which has some great places to eat, drink and socialise. Trains from Cheadle Hulme station run regularly into Manchester city centre making this an ideal place to commute from. Cheadle Hulme is also widely renowned for it's schools with an excellent choice of state and private Schools all nearby.
This development is personal for Nick Porter who has grown up in the local area. When the opportunity arose to develop this site, he jumped at the chance and started the process of painstakingly restoring and enhancing these buildings to guarantee their place in Cheadle Hulme for years to come. Nick's vision for these properties was to create a boutique hotel feel with the exceptional fittings and retain the original charm with the inclusion of the old beams and brickwork.
'Leather's Farm' is known to many people in the area which is why demand has been so high for the houses and the first phase of the three other barns all sold off plan and are now occupied.