Situated in a rural setting with views over the valley towards the nearby village of Cheddleton, is this beautifully converted ground floor apartment.
Enter the property into a bright hallway, on your left you will find an equally light and airy double bedroom, a relaxing space with beautiful countryside views.
Continuing down the hallway you will find a contemporary bathroom with large electric shower and an open-plan living area.
This second room comprises of a fully appointed kitchen with dining area as well as a sitting space with a comfortable leather sofa and armchair positioned around an electric fire and wall mounted TV.
This tastefully decorated room also benefits from patio doors that lead out to the private garden.
Overlooking the Roaches, this pretty outdoor space is the perfect place to relax in the late afternoon sun.
A mix of terrace and landscaping, it offers a delightful venue for alfresco dining.
The village of Cheddleton is within walking distance from the property and offers a number of shops, pubs and a restaurant, serving delicious meals.
There is plenty to do in the surrounding area.
The Roaches and the Peak District both offer walking, cycling and rock climbing opportunities.
Nearby Stoke-on-Trent offers plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as the Emma Bridgewater Factory, World of Wedgewood, Moorcroft Heritage Visitor Centre and Gladstone Pottery Museum.
Located within easy driving distance of both the Peak District and the many attractions of Staffordshire, this property is the ideal base for a couple’s holiday.
About the location
Leek 3.5 miles.
The lovely, traditional Staffordshire village of Cheddleton is situated in the Staffordshire Moorlands, near to the market town of Leek, with a handful of shops, pubs serving food and a lovely restaurant. Visit the nearby Churnet Valley Railway, originally opened in 1849, and now a lovely attraction for steam enthusiasts and families alike. The Cheddleton Flint Mill is a prime example of Staffordshire's industrial past, a flint-grinding watermill previously used for supplying the pottery industry further along the canal in Stoke-on-Trent. Nearby is Leek, surrounded by lovely moorland countryside. The town has a charming cobbled market place and many examples of fine Victorian architecture - a reminder of the town’s prosperity when it was renowned as a silk manufacturing centre. Today Leek offers a wide selection of shops including vast antique emporiums, bookshops and galleries and a good selection of restaurants and real ale pubs. Alton Towers is less than a 20-minute drive away; throw in the mix of walks, cycle routes, rock climbing on the Roaches and the area’s wealth of historic houses and visitors will be returning again and again!