Back Back

Strines Road, Strines, Cheshire, SK6


'Ennerdale' is a rare example of a 1905 Edwardian home which, over the last 15 years, has been lovingly restored by the present owners. The result is a rare combination of classic style with all the convenience of modern functionality.

This unique property with its Art Nouveau style, is set in a semi-rural location with stunning views all around and country walks directly from the home. With its comfortable and varied living accommodation , designed to impress it has four double bedrooms and two attic rooms, Ennerdale provides perfect 21st century family living. The house is surrounded by beautiful, mature gardens with a separate area for growing fruit & vegetables, complete with greenhouse. It has a large double garage, combined with a workshop annex For Manchester commuters, the local station with its free parking, is less than 5 minutes away. The accommodation comprises; entrance hall with oak parquet flooring, bay fronted living room. Bay fronted dining room with oak parquet flooring and original Italian marble fireplaces. The rear hallway provides access to the morning room with French doors leading out to the side garden, fireplace and feature original servants'. Southerly facing conservatory with access direct into the stunning rear garden. The modern Shaker -style kitchen, fitted by Ryeflatt Interiors of Marple Bridge has a gas fired Aga and a restored 'Harlequin' pattern tiled floor, a lovely room to enjoy a bite to eat.

To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the principal bedroom has lovely views to the front as does bedroom two. bedroom four has the benefit of an en suite shower room. There is a family bathroom with separate shower cubicle, and further cloakroom.

The property has the added luxury of two impressive attic rooms, ideal for use as hobby space, home office or occasional bedrooms. There is also an internally accessed cellar/utility room which includes granite topped units, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for fridge/freezer, original stone bench and further WC.

Externally there is a large driveway providing parking for up to five cars which leads to the double garage including a separate workshop area which is accessed via electric roller doors. To the front, the garden includes an attractive selection of plants and shrubs. There are a vast, beautifully landscaped gardens to the rear and sides of the house, including patio seating area, lawn areas, well stocked beds and borders. The 'secret garden' is where you will find the children's play area and vegetable patch.
There are glorious uninterrupted views to the front, the garden backs onto fields to the rear and there is a wide network of footpaths to explore, with direct access from the house.
  • Square Metrage: 271.65 m²
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Sat Nav Directions: SK6 7GA
Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall 21'1" x 7 (6.43m x 7). Original Art Nouveau stained glass in front door and door to rear hallway. Doors to left and right leading to two reception rooms. Solid oak-block parquet floor, throughout hallway and both reception rooms. Original plaster mouldings and restored picture rails, which are found throughout the main rooms. Original feature staircase with mahogany banister ascending to feature half landing with original stained glass window.

Living Room 17' x 12'11" (5.18m x 3.94m). Double aspect with stunning views from Mellor Moor to Werneth Low. Solid oak-block parquet flooring. Original feature fire surround in black Italian marble. Fully restored with handmade Art Nouveau, tube-lined tiling panels. The original "Peveril" fireplace is fully functioning and is complete with an original copper canopy decorated with an Art Nouveau motif. Custom built display shelving and cupboards either side of the fireplace, built in 2006 at the same time as the flooring. Original, functioning butlers' call button.

Dining Room 17' x 12'10" (5.18m x 3.91m). This room mirrors the main reception room. Solid oak-block parquet flooring. Complimentary fireplace in white Italian marble (fully functioning). Custom built display shelving and cupboards either side of the fireplace. Large walk-in bay window with similar views to the main reception room.

Rear Hallway Leads to kitchen, morning room, cellar and conservatory. Restored original "harlequin" pattern ceramic tiled floor which extends across from the Kitchen to the Morning Room; a notable feature tying the rear of the house together.

Kitchen 12'10" x 11'11" (3.91m x 3.63m). A modern, solid wood custom-built kitchen, made and installed by Ryeflatt Interiors of Marple Bridge, finished in a Farrow and Ball paint. It has black granite work tops, double Belfast sink & with many features throughout (includes 3x larder cupboards, 2x "magic" corner cupboards, concealed cupboards for mixers, coffee maker etc, 4 concealed recycling bins). In-built Miele dishwasher. Gas AGA, with hand-made Fired Earth tiles up-stand behind. This is complimented by a two-ring Neff ceramic hob and Neff combination oven, grill & microwave. Space for American style Fridge/Freezer. Restored original "harlequin" pattern ceramic tiled floor

Morning Room 12'11" x 11'11" (3.94m x 3.63m). The French windows open onto a side patio which is finished in York stone. Gas, real flame fire in a traditional design fire surround. The fireplace has one original full length cupboard to the right of the fireplace and a custom-built modern replica to the left. Restored and functioning original servants' call board. Restored original "harlequin" pattern ceramic tiled floor.

Conservatory 15'9" x 12'10" (4.8m x 3.91m). This south facing room is delightfully casual and is designed for year-round use. Fully rebuilt in hardwood from the brickwork upwards 8 years ago. As part of the reconstruction, ventilation was massively increased to maintain comfort in the full sun. In particular, two double doors, 5 large top-hinging windows which open fully and two opening skylights. The ventilation is supplemented by Pinoleum ceiling blinds backed with heat reflecting material to keep the room well shaded. Two radiators and full double glazing make the conservatory comfortable during winter months.


Utility Room 25'4" x 7 (7.72m x 7). Enter from the rear hallway. Fitted with granite topped units. Sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and additional fridge and freezer. Large wine rack. Additional cloakroom/WC. Ceramic tiled floor. Original stone bench. Small window to front.

First Floor:

Principal Bedroom 17' (5.18m) into bay x 12'11" (3.94m). Double aspect. A large double room, with a bay window providing further spectacular views. The original fireplace, although no longer functional, has been meticulously restored.

Bedroom Two 12'10" x 12'10" (3.91m x 3.91m). Single aspect to the front. Large double room. Similar views to Principal bedroom and similarly restored fireplace.

Bedroom Three 12'11" (3.94m) x 13' (3.96m) max measurements. Double aspect. Currently used as an office/dressing room. With a range of built in wardrobes, cupboards and desk with drawers. Splendid countryside views to rear.

Bedroom Four 11'11" x 9'11" (3.63m x 3.02m). Double room with single aspect. Modern en-suite shower room. Walk-in wardrobe with in-built drawers, shelves and hanging space. Similar countryside views to bedroom 3.

En-Suite 6'6" x 2'11" (1.98m x 0.9m).

Family Bathroom 8'9" x 6'11" (2.67m x 2.1m). Modern bathroom fitted with high quality Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware. Includes a large, double ended bath, also with spectacular views over the surrounding hillsides. Separate walk-in shower. Villeroy & Boch white tiling throughout which features embossed, decorative edging and skirting tiles. Dual power heated towel rail plus separate radiator. Marble floor tiles. Electrically warmed floor.

Cloakroom 3' x 7'6" (0.91m x 2.29m). • With matching Villeroy & Boch toilet, hand basin & wall tiling. • Marble floor tiles. • Storage cupboard hidden behind double mirror.

2nd Floor

Attic Room 13' (3.96m) x 12' (3.66m) max measruement. Two large rooms, each suitable as additional bedrooms, home office space. The attic rooms are a recent conversion to the original house. The feature mahogany staircase from the ground floor to the first floor has been faithfully & seamlessly continued into the attic space. There is a second half landing, which currently functions as a children's 'reading corner'. There is additional storage space in a large airing cupboard and via several hatches, into the eaves. Both attic rooms have recently replaced white Velux windows.

Attic Room 13'3" (4.04m) x 12'5" (3.78m) max measurements.


Double Garage 15'10" x 22'3" (4.83m x 6.78m). The "L" shaped double garage and workshop is situated to the rear of the property and is attractively built from random local stone with a slate roof. Electric, remotely controlled roller doors.

Workshop 12'6" x 7'3" (3.8m x 2.2m).

Gardens There are extensive, mature gardens to three sides of the property plus an additional area set aside for fruit, vegetables & children's play area. This area also has a greenhouse. The rear gardens have several patio areas to make the most of the day-long track of the sun and natural shade. The rear of the property backs onto open countryside. There is a rear gate which gives direct access to the Cown Edge Way long-distance footpath, which leads across two fields to the Peak Forest Canal. The front of the property also overlooks open fields and the Goyt Valley Conservation Area.

Rent Icon RENTAL YIELD CALCULATOR Yield Calculator
Property Value £
Anticipated PCM Rent £


Annual Gross Yield %


Energy Performance Certificate

Curious about your property price or ready to move? With an ever changing property market you need to know the up-to-date sales or rental value of your property. Julian Wadden can provide you with a current value of your property and it’s marketability.
Be the first to know about new properties with instant Julian Wadden Property Alerts before they even appear on major property portals.