THIS stunning six-bedroom home in the Cheshire countryside is just a short walk to a village crammed with plenty going on.

Located in generous gardens with a southerly open outlook, the impressive period family home is on the edge of Mobberley.

Oakhurst is understood to have been the site of a former farmhouse and now one of a pair of handsome and most impressive properties constructed during the Edwardian period in around 1902.

Knutsford Guardian:

It is being listed for sale by Gascoigne Halman of Knutsford with offers in the region of £1 million being invited.

The house stands well back from the narrow lane accessed over a gravelled drive, which also provides access to the detached double garage.

Inside, the family accommodation is substantial and arranged over three floors and with a cellar chamber.

Fortunately, much of its original characteristic features of that period have been preserved including open fireplaces, moulded dados, picture rails and high cornicing along with a beautiful wide and easy turning staircase.

Doors are panelled and number of the large windows are double glazed.

The hub of the house is the now open plan living dining kitchen to the rear with bi-fold doors onto the sun terrace and feature a wood burning stove to living area.

Knutsford Guardian:

The kitchen itself is comprehensively fitted with a contemporary range of hand painted cabinets. Appliances including electric oven built in microwave and large wine fridge along with a full sized four-oven Aga. There is a huge matching island that can comfortably seat 10 people ideal for family and friends entertaining.

Externally, there are established mature gardens lying to the front and rear of the property bordered by mature trees and hedging. Those at the rear have a lovely, southerly and private open aspect over surrounding countryside.

Immediately to the rear there is a sun terrace with an adjoining gazebo ideal for al fresco entertaining and a useful brick building.

Knutsford Guardian:

With the train station in Mobberley a short walk away, links to both Manchester and Chester are easily accesible.