The quintessential English country house set in the middle of about 100 acres of parkland and farmland at the end of a long driveway. With stabling and extensive secondary accommodation and extensive leisure facillities including an indoor pool and spa and with breath taking gardens.
Cogshall Hall is an exemplary Grade II* Listed country house of national importance, built around 1830 for Peter Jackson. The Hall is constructed of Flemish bond brick, surmounted by a grey slate roof, with Derbyshire gritstone dressings and columned stone porticos to the
front and side elevations. This is a classical and quintessential country house, described in Peter de Figueiredo’s ‘Cheshire Country Houses’ as a house of note. The Hall displays the best of Georgian architecture, being symmetrical in proportions, with an exquisite suite of graceful reception rooms of extraordinary quality, and exceptional ceiling height to both the ground and first floors. This, combined with the large casement sash windows, makes the house very light and airy. The current owners have undertaken an extensive sympathetic scheme of renovation and restoration to bring the Hall back to its former glory, sensitively restoring the wonderful period features that adorn the interiors, whilst seamlessly adding the latest 21st Century fittings such as surround sound and Lutron lighting.
There is an impressive indoor pool complex with spa and doors out to the walled garden with its spectacular water feature. In addition is a beautiful secondary house with guest accommodation, an office and party room and a cottage with 3 bedrooms all around a cobbled courtayrd. There is a stable yard and outdoor manage adding to the all round facilities, together with landscaped designed gardens and parkland.
Cogshall Hall has the most magnificent setting and accessible location, ring-fenced by its own extensive grounds and off a quiet rural lane, yet under a 10 minute drive from the main arterial route of the M56 motorway, providing easy access to all parts of the North West and UK via the M6. The larger conurbations of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool are all within 25 miles, with both Manchester and Liverpool airports within a 30 minute commute. The village of Comberbach is close by with a post office, primary school and local public house.
M56 (J10) 3.5 miles, M6 (J19) 6 miles, Warrington 8 miles, Altrincham 12 miles, Manchester Airport 16 miles, Wilmslow 16 miles, Crewe Railway Station 18 miles, Chester 20 miles, Manchester 20 miles, Liverpool 23.5 miles, Birmingham 60 miles (all distances are approximate)