House-hunters have a rare opportunity to live IN a graveyard – after a cemetery lodge went on the market. The unique property spans the entrance to Alderley Edge Cemetery in Cheshire.
With a guide price of £150,000, it has most recently been used as office space housing a staff room and storage, but has the potential to be converted into a unique three or four bedroom dwelling subject to the necessary consents, according to auctioneers Landwood.
The property comprises a part single-storey, part two-storey brick built building under a pitched slate roof – with an attractive traditional timber design, typical of many buildings in this affluent corner of Cheshire.
The village of Alderley Edge itself lies just 0.75 miles to the east with Wilmslow approximately two miles to the north.
Landwood Property Auctions Director, Kate Lay comments: “This characterful lodge presents a rare opportunity to create a genuinely unique family home in one of the most sought after villages in the north west.
“The property will certainly benefit from some care and attention, but in the right hands it has the potential to become a truly delightful dwelling.”
Landwood Property Auctions are offering the property for a guide price of £150,000 as part of an upcoming online auction on January 19th.
Manchester-based Landwood hold all their property auctions online. Doing so allows them to dispense with a traditional auctioneer – delivering better returns for sellers and a seamless experience for buyers.