4 properties with stunning bedrooms for sale in and around Cheshire
PUBLISHED: 00:00 03 February 2020
Lose yourself in dreams of romantic splendour in one of these simply glorious master bedrooms
Old Pen Rhewl Chapel
Where: Rhewl, Flintshire
If you're seeking the source of wedded bliss, this could be it. A beautifully converted chapel - no doubt the venue for many a wedding in its time - this property offers oodles of romance (the literary kind; the personal kind is very much up to you) from its vaulted ceilings to its gothic windows.
With four bedrooms there's plenty of room for the ensuing family (wink) and you can then train them up to play romantic melodies from the minstrel's gallery (yes, it was probably something completely different when this was actually a chapel, but a minstrel's gallery is considerably more romantic) while you gaze into one another's eyes in the breath-taking living room below. Seriously, if this bedroom gives you shivers of delight, you should see the rest. Wow.
What it lacks in outdoor space (there's a place to park and to set a deckchair, at least) it absolutely makes up for in indoor glory. And who needs a garden when you have your very own snooker room?
Lovebirds only need apply...
Contact: Strutt & Parker, Chester, 01244 354 880, struttandparker.com
Fern Gully, Prestbury
Two words: Prestbury and wow. This is a property that will have your jaw hitting the floor the moment you arrive kerbside. As you would expect of a modern mansion situated in the rarefied air of Prestbury, attention to detail has been paramount in every aspect of the build.
As you can see from just a glimpse of this super-sized master suite, space isn't exactly at a premium; with six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a cinema room and beautiful gardens, you'll be hard pressed not to lose one another!
Brickhouse Farm, Congleton
If this gorgeous Georgian manor house doesn't have you coming over all Jane Austen (think silk ballgowns, feisty heroines and dashing heroes, think Mr. Darcy rising from the waters... Oh, now you're getting it!) then you are a lost cause.
It's not all casement windows and walk-in butler's pantries however (though these are both excellent things), there have been some modernisations too, including super-smart kitchens and bathrooms. Best of all - there's a very pretty pond, just waiting for Mr D...
It was a room with a view that ignited the romance of Lucy and George in the novel of the same name, and this one can absolutely do the same for you. This Northern Design Award-winning home takes full advantage of its location and is a symphony in glass, with the entire rear elevation glazed and light tumbling in from every corner.
Five bedrooms and bathrooms and its very own leisure complex make this a boutique-hotel home away from home, except that you're actually at home, of course.