A common sight in many parts of Cheshire and other counties is this late C18th former farmhouse.
NPA were asked to undertake a Listed Building Survey of this interesting village property close to the River Dee. In many respects this has all the hallmarks of a typical Georgian property, except the symmetry that normally defines this type of building is not been applied so strictly. The front door which is normally centrally placed is offset, when the building is viewed from the rear and inspected internally, it becomes apparent that this is almost certainly an older building that has been given an early C19th makeover. Exposed oak ceiling joists and painted Georgian joinery rub shoulders here to produce a slightly quirky but handsome period residence.