A water tower with planning permission to convert into a 4 bedroom house.
High Legh is convenient location, being situated approximately 4½ miles northwest of Knutsford town centre and having access to a wide range of local centres and to the motorway network.
The Water Tower stands within private grounds, which extend to approximately 0.76 acre and is surrounded by open countryside, the views of which can be fully appreciated over 360° from the rooftop. The Water Tower bears a date stone of 1938 and was constructed by the former Bucklow Rural District Council to provide water to the surrounding villages. The Water Tower is now not in use and has planning permission to convert the tower into a six storey home with stunning views from the rooftop over the Cheshire Plain. The planning permission was granted by Cheshire East Council on 13th December 2012 under Application Number 12/3773M and details of the plans and planning permission are available for inspection at our Knutsford office and on the Council’s website (www.cheshireeast.gov.uk). The approved plans will provide four en suite bedrooms, ground floor kitchen/diner with adjoining conservatory, separate dining room and top floor lounge with mezzanine above providing access to the rooftop. All floors are to be served by a lift. The Water Tower is set in established grounds with mature trees and grassland and will have its own private driveway with the planning permission also providing for a detached garage.
Location: Warrington Road, High Legh, Knutsford, Cheshire, England
Guide price: £315,000
House features: Planning permission, 4 bedrooms, 0.76 acre, 360° view, lift
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