THIS stylish barn conversion is set over three floors is ideally located in between Knutsford and Alderley Edge.

The contemporary designed semi-detached townhouse is one of seven homes that form a bespoke courtyard development in a lovely rural, yet convenient location.

It has been brought to the market by Gascoigne Halman in Knutsford and the four-bedroom home comes with an asking price of £495,000.

Knutsford Guardian:

Situated in the rural hamlet of Marthall, bordering open countryside, Pear Tree Farm Barns is a superb conversion of former agricultural buildings into stylish homes finished to an exacting high-quality specification by The House Maker Ltd about five years ago.

The attractive courtyard now comprises seven barn conversions each with its own courtyard garden and allocated parking.

Knutsford Guardian:

Number One forms the end of a row with just one party wall, and provides deceptive accommodation arranged over three floors suitable for couples or families alike.

It extends to approximately 1703 square feet with a hallway and WC, a large and open plan living dining kitchen with high gloss stylish cabinets with integrated appliances, French doors to the courtyard garden and a utility room.

The first floor provides a spacious principal bedroom with smart ensuite bathroom and a study or bedroom four and to the second floor two further double bedrooms with high vaulted ceilings, both with ensuite, one a bathroom the other a shower room.

Knutsford Guardian:

The nearest train station to the property is Chelford which is just one mile away, with Knutsford and Alderley Edge just over three miles from the front door.