Property of the Day: Henbury Park, Cheshire

A rare chance to own a part of a historic English estate

THE PROPERTY: Henbury Park is home to Henbury Hall, the most important classical house built in 20th-century England, which sits at the heart of 517 acres of rolling countryside. Comprising the Hall, three further houses and eight distinct areas of land, the estate is available to buy as a whole or in 12 separate lots.

THE LOCATION: Set in the fine Cheshire countryside, the Henbury estate is beautifully landscaped, featuring parkland, agricultural land, woodland, a polo ground and farmland. The closest large town is Macclesfield, while the edge of the Peak District National Park lies just a half-an-hour drive away.

THE INTERIOR: The Hall itself is a peerless architectural masterpiece, featuring high celings and light-filled, spacious rooms, including six bedrooms, a drawing-room, morning-room and a library, as well as a built-in lift and extensive ancillary accommodation. The Grade II-listed Cave property sits within 13.9 acres of parkland and offers five bedrooms, while Pale Lodge and Horseshoe Lodge have four and three bedrooms respectively.

WHY WE LOVE IT: The expansive land and historic value of this home is second-to-none, and the opportunity to purchase just one or a combination of lots allows for every buyer’s tastes.

BUY IT NOW: Price on application via On the Market



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