Enjoy a fairy-tale life in your own mini castle - on sale for £925,000

House-hunters can enjoy a fairy-tale life by snapping up in their own castle.

Tuesday, 2nd March 2021, 12:02 pm
High Morland Lodge was originally built in 1905 as a gatehouse.

This stunning, 115-year-old Grade II-listed property, High Morland Lodge, which was originally built in 1905 as a gatehouse, is now on the market.

Estate agent Savills, in its listing on property website Rightmove, said: “The unique and incredibly special property was designed by Richard Harding-Watt, a well-known designer whose designs are mostly in the Italianate style.“High Morland Lodge has been thoughtfully, sympathically and beautifully brought back to life since its current owner purchased it 44 years ago.”

The 'castle' features a bedroom on the lower-ground floor, sitting room and bespoke fitted kitchen on the ground floor and master bedroom suite on the first floor. The second floor features a roof terrace, while the third floor, the top of the tower, “has a space to work on your laptop and enjoy the stunning beautiful extensive views”.

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A gravelled driveway leads to the front door and provides parking for three cars.

Jamie Carter, Savills property agent, said: “This is a true one-off ‘mini castle’ with wonderful characterful accommodation throughout and incredibly impressive views.”

The property, in Knutsford, Cheshire, is on the market for £925,000.

The property is entered through reclaimed glass doors to a light and airy hallway.
With French doors, open fireplace and Juliet balcony.
High Morland Lodge has been thoughtfully, sympathically and beautifully brought back to life since its current owner purchased it 44 years ago.
With Danish log burner.
Bespoke fitted kitchen.
The main accommodation is arranged over three floors.
Stunning master bedroom on the first floor with fitted wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom.
The master bedroom is on the first-floor.
With bath and shower facilities.
The lower-ground floor offers a guest bedroom with modern ensuite facilities and access out to the courtyard.
The second floor features a seating area and access out to the roof terrace with plenty of space for table and chairs to sit and enjoy the views.
The top level of the tower has a space to work on your laptop and enjoy the stunning beautiful extensive views.
Overlooking the courtyard garden.
The properrty is described as "a true one-off 'mini castle' with wonderful characterful accommodation throughout and incredibly impressive views.
The property was designed by Richard Harding-Watt, a well-known designer, whose designs are mostly in the Italianate style.
There is an immaculate courtyard garden leading from the conservatory and winding down to the lower ground floor.
Designer Richard Harding-Watt lived on Legh Road until 1913.