Bridge House is a magnificent two-acre gated development nestled in a conservation area on the edge of the picturesque village of Thelwall. The village is fast becoming one of Cheshire’s creme de la crème places to live.
The development is centred round an historic farm house . The house and barns are to be converted into country homes with a modern twist, while four new homes are being built in the grounds.
The farm house, which dates back to mid 1700 is believed to be the last remaining smallholding in the village, but it has not been a working farm for the last 80 years.
The development, which is surrounded by woodland , will epitomise history, luxury and exclusivity . Architect Steve Brougham had married old and new. The four-bed farmhouse and barn conversions will appeal to those wanting a country home with character, while the four bedroom new houses with garages are being built in a mixture of brick, slate, aluminium and lots of glass.
“This is our first development in Cheshire so we want to leave our mark. We think it will be a real stunning mix of old and contemporary with exclusive views and will be a welcome addition to the village which has always been a favourite of ours,” says Redwaters director, Sean McCaul.
Thelwall boarders the village of Lymm which was has been featured in the Sunday Times Best Places To Live in Britain list. It is best known for the Thelwall Viaduct – which carries the M6 motorway across the Manchester Ship Canal. The village lies between the Manchester Ship Canal and the Bridgwater Canal.
It contains a designated English Heritage National Monument and a conservation area, lots of canal walks and an attractive village centre. It also has its own parish council two schools, a church and numerous pubs and restaurants.