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Alderley Villas, Cheshire

An elegant development of just four large family homes, Alderley Villas is located in the heart of Cheshire’s most desirable residential location.

Set over three storeys, these Victorian-inspired villas are designed in a traditional style reflecting the elegance of the Trafford Road Conservation Area, with the addition of some contemporary twists.

Award-winning architects Calder Peel have referenced the important heritage features which make this street so appealing. Finished in a familiar Cheshire blend red brick with stone lintels and slate roof, Alderley Villas respects the archetypal character of the conservation area, while giving a sense of modern drama to the façade with contemporary finishes and a glazed balcony across the apex.

Each of the spacious three bedroom homes enjoys a considered layout. An open plan kitchen and family room opens onto the rear garden through bi-fold doors. A separate lounge at the front has a traditional square bay window. Plots three and four enjoy an additional 165 sq ft garden room with glazed roof, extending the kitchen area and creating a bright and airy feel.

The first flight of stairs gives way to two large bedrooms, two bathrooms and a storage area. The top floor is one vast master suite, complete with bathroom, dressing room and lounge. Making the most of its views over the Cheshire plain, doors lead out onto a glass enclosed terrace creating a relaxing private space.