Impressive Georgian house in Cheshire village for sale for £1.05m

This stunning Georgian house in Warrington is for sale for £1.05million.

The imposing period building in Lymm, on New Road, was built in 1809 and has been in the same family for 38 years.

Bank House has four bedrooms and three bathrooms within the property – which spans 3,342 square feet.

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Close to the heart of the village, the owners are within walking distance of the amenities, cafes and restaurants that Lymm has to offer.

The village still has a quaint appearance with an independent butcher and bakery. There is a local Sainsbury’s branch and post office.

Since its construction over 210 years ago, the property has been greatly extended making it an important family home.

Period features include: dado rails, cast iron fireplaces, paneled doors, cornices, working sash windows and deep plinths.

It is set back from the main road into Lymm behind a white gate and has space on the driveway for many cars alongside a single garage.

You enter the property through an impressive Georgian front door with a decorative transom.

This opens into a small entrance hall with a staircase leading to the basement of the four storey property and five steps down to the ground floor.

On the ground floor there is a living room with a bay window overlooking the front garden, with an open fireplace and doors opening onto the walled garden on the other side.

Another reception room with a bay window has the potential to be used as an office, TV room, games room or formal dining room.

A large open kitchen with a dining area has an impressive working cast iron cooker.

Passing through the kitchen there is a Victoria style conservatory overlooking the garden.

There is also a utility room which could be used as a pantry and a downstairs bathroom.

In the basement there are windows in all four rooms overlooking the front garden. The family room has the potential to be a playroom or a bedroom, with a pantry in the back.

A study offers a quiet escape from the rest of the house. An old cellar is perfect for a wine cellar, or a storage room.

On the first floor are four good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. The second floor is an attic accessible by a wooden staircase, with the potential to become a bedroom.

The Bridgewater Canal towpath is close to Bank House, allowing occupants access to wonderful walks in the Cheshire countryside.

The property is for sale with Gascoigne Halman, who described the property on Rightmove as “one of the finest detached Georgian houses in Lymm”.

They wrote: ‘Bank House is well situated in a good sized plot with gardens to the front and a path to the front door.

“A gated side path leads to a lovely walled garden with a large lawn, well-stocked deep border, paved walkways and storage outbuildings.

“The current owners have lived in Bank House for 38 years.”

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