The mansion, situated in a quiet village, will provide security and tranquility. Mediadrumimages / Fine & Country

By Alex Jones


FANCY living like one of the Housewives Of Cheshire? Now you can after this EXTRA Georgian mansion became available for a mere £4m.

Staggering photos of the Grade II listed property, which comes with several residential properties included in the sale, shows the stunning walled garden, perfect for keeping the paparazzi at bay; a grand drawing room perfect for lavish drinks parties in front of the floor to ceiling stone fireplace; and a decadent barrel-vaulted wine cellar to ensure that the night never ends too soon.

And in true WAG style, the six-bedroom home also has its very own tennis court and orchard.

The garden has plenty of outdoor seating. Mediadrumimages / Fine & Country

The main mansion house is located in Antrobus, a picturesque village just a short commute from Cheshire’s famous Golden Triangle, and is on the market for £3,950,000 with luxury estate agent Fine & Country.

“An exquisite Cheshire Estate comprising a stunning fully renovated Grade II listed Georgian mansion nestling in circa 10 acres of exquisite formal gardens and grounds benefiting from a rear courtyard with a number of residential properties,” states the Fine & Country listing.

The spacious open plan kitchen makes way for a cooking area and a seating area together. Mediadrumimages / Fine & Country

“The property includes the main mansion house, spread over 10,000-foot square feet, and a range of properties featured around a most attractive cobbled courtyard to the rear of the main property with separate driveway – Handan Court, a charming hormer 18th Century coach house; Handon Court Barn, a fully converted Dutch holiday home; Pole Court, a pleasing two-storey residence; and Pole Mews, a space in need of renovation but with over 3,000 square feet to play with. There is a further single storey barn which would easily convert into a compact one/two bedroom holiday let.

Guests have the option of six bedrooms. Mediadrumimages / Fine & Country

“The main house was originally constructed in 1792 and was modified in the late 1900’s, over the past few years the property has enjoyed a complete ‘back to brick’ restoration where a tremendous amount of research was undertaken to ensure that the residence remained true to the Georgian style whilst making it complicit with modern living standards.”

A living area provides a cosy seating area next to the fire. Mediadrumimages / Fine & Country

Alongside the six bedrooms and five bathrooms, the stunning property features an eye-catching glass dome which cascades light into the heart of the house, a lavish 40-foot kitchen (with accommodation for a live-in chef if required), a games room, a capacious library, a roof terrace, and a master suite to die for.

With excellent access to the M56 and M6, and Manchester Airport within easy reach, the mansion proves to be the perfect base for your jetset lifestyle.


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