Werneth House, Guywood Lane, Romiley
- Splendid Victorian home built in 1863
- 6 Bedrooms set over three floors
- Garage, drive, cellar and stunning gardens
- Three beautiful reception rooms
- Fabulous kitchen and utility room
- Walking distance to Romiley village
- Peaceful location with easy access for walking and cycling
- No onward chain
Welcome to Werneth House, built in 1863 and said to be a former Captain's house this magnificent home sits discreetly at the top of Guywood Lane. You only get the full impact of the grandeur of this property once you have entered from the wrought iron gates to the side and stroll round to face your truly beautiful entrance.
You are welcomed home by the comforting sound of your stone water fountain which together with the sound of the birds is all you can hear in this idyllic spot.
You are given a very warm welcome as you enter through your regal front door into the grand hallway with its high ceiling, wide skirting boards and Amtico flooring.
Go left into your sumptuous living room, sit round your beautiful fireplace and living flame gas fire whilst sipping a glass of wine.
Continue down the hallway where you will find the heart of the home. The sleek white kitchen is beautifully designed and is a cook's paradise. With integrated Meile appliances, granite worktops and oodles of storage this kitchen has been designed for someone who loves to cook.
From here you can access your utility room which gives you more fabulous storage, space for your laundry white goods and your outdoor boots and coats.
Step back into the hallway and past your conveniently placed ground floor WC and into your lavish sitting room. Light a fire in your grand fireplace whilst your family and friends gather for an evening of conversation and company. This room has the proportions for the largest of sofa's, or variety of armchairs, plus space for several sideboard for your china and glass ware.
Head up your first flight of stairs where you can pause at your window seat and enjoy the view, carry on up the second flight where you will reach the top floor of your home.
A fabulous suite awaits a growing teenager - you may need a bell to inform them that dinner is ready! A sumptuous bedroom with room for a few friends to spend the night, a gorgeous window to watch the stars and an ensuite shower room.
There is a further double bedroom on this floor which could be used for a sibling or visiting family or friends.
Head back down to the first floor, the master suite occupies the corner position which is dual aspect giving you light from sun rise to sun set. Fitted wardrobes and a fabulous ensuite shower room with vanity unit completes this stunning room.
Bedrooms are certainly not in short supply, no fighting for the best room in this house - there is a choice of three further rooms on this floor, two doubles and one larger single. A delightful family bathroom completes this floor, with a roll top bath with shower over.
To the front of this grand Victorian property you have a formal patio area and stone fountain. Head down the steps to the lawn which is bordered with shrubs and trees shielding you from the road. You would be able to hold the most lavish garden parties, with space for a marquee for a more formal occasion.
An integral garage and separate storage area give you the ability to store the children's bikes, sledges or your own motorbike or classic car.
Out and About
Head up Guywood Lane, look back at the view and when you reach the top, Werneth House is waiting for you. You can stroll into the village with its fabulous facilities including a small theatre, an array of independent shops, a Sainsburys local for those bits that you run out of and bars, pubs and restaurants for a Friday night treat. You can also walk to the railway station in 8 minutes giving you direct access into Manchester for business or pleasure.
Werneth Low and Etherow County Parks are also within a few minutes' drive or a 20 minute stroll away, the fabulous countryside is on your door step to enjoy. The M60/M56 motorways and Manchester airport are also close by making commuting and travelling further afield easy.
We would love to welcome you to Werneth House, please download our brochure for more fabulous pictures and details.
Council Tax Band G
Year Built: 1836
Alarm and CCTV
Boiler location: Utility Room
Boiler type: Worcester Combination
Double glazed throughout
Easy walking distance to Romiley train station for access to Manchester and beyond
Manchester city centre - 25 minute drive away
Peak district - 20-minute drive away
Romiley is a short stroll away where you can shop, socialise and enjoy you some fantastic leisure activities