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Hollin Lane, Sutton, Macclesfield

3 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | Price Guide £500,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


A prime residential opportunity - Formerly known as the Sutton Gamekeeper/Lamb Inn, this attractive property, has been granted planning permission for the conversion into residential dwellings with associated external alterations, extensions, and carports in accordance with the planning application Ref 22/3765M. All plans and comments are available on the East Cheshire Website. The current plans are for a pair of semi-detached homes circa 1500 sq ft each, but other alternative configurations such as a single dwelling, single dwelling with annex, or multiple mews dwellings may be possible subject to planning consent being obtained.

https://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=22/3765M

Sutton village, located approximately 3 miles south of Macclesfield, offers a charming semi-rural escape edged by the Paek District National Park. With a population of around 2,500, Sutton exudes a close-knit community feel with good local amenities, including Hollinhey Primary Schol, Sutton Village Cafe and General Store, Sutton St James, the parish church of Sutton and the renowned Sutton Hallpub/restaurant and a host of other local popular pubs.

The river Bollin and Rosendale Brook, along with the Macclesfield Canal, weave through Sutton, offering many beautiful walks. It is also a good point from which to make the ascent of Shuttlingsloe, the Matterhorn of Cheshire, and access Teggs Nose Country Park.

Council Tax A fee submitted to your local authority to cover expenses related to local amenities such as schools, libraries, and waste management. The payment amount is determined based on the property's value. Read our glossary page

Exempt

Tenure Explains the various forms of property ownership, including freehold, leasehold, and commonhold, and how they determine your rights and responsibilities as a property owner. Read our glossary page :  

Freehold

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