A magnificent Grade II listed Italianate tower house designed and built by renowned local architect Richard Harding-Watt, located on a no through road in the town centre. Stunning rear courtyard garden with views across The Moor. Parking Available.
A magnificent Grade II listed Italianate tower house dating back to circa 1899, designed and built by renowned local architect Richard Harding-Watt, forming part of the historic centre of the town. This unique property on Drury Lane sits in the heart of Knutsford, nestled amongst other Italianate style properties such as the Ruskin Rooms and Elizabeth Gaskell Memorial Tower located on King Street. The Tower House has been lovingly maintained over the years by the current owner and offers light and flexible accommodation over five floors. Particular mention must be made of the stunning period features found throughout the property such as exposed timbers, original floorboards and mullion windows, the beautiful rear terrace brimming with an array of plants, flowers and foliage as well as the tower wing with breathtaking uninterrupted views across The Moor. Located on a no through road, a short walk to all local amenities and Tatton Park whilst also being ideally positioned for all major network links to the Northwest and beyond. The rear terrace is a lovely feature of the property, being of a southerly, private aspect. Landscaped in a courtyard style for ease of maintenance with feature planting, block paving and brick elevations.