A stunning six-bedroomed detached house backing on to Lyme Park is on the market priced at £2.75 million.
Lymewater Hall, a previously disused water works constructed in 1942, was purchased by Danish architect Tomas Bur Andersen in 2005 and meticulously transformed into one of Cheshire’s most unusual and magnificent grand design homes
Backing on to Lyme Park, which featured in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice, and was the location of the famous scene with Colin Firth’s Mr Darcy stepping out of the lake, the property, in Disley, is accessed from a private road through electric gates with CCTV.
It features a grand entrance hall, formal lounge, open plan family dining kitchen, snooker/games room, cinema room, a gym, and a playroom.
Lymewater Hall is situated on a large plot with gardens and woodland of approximately one and a half acres complete with a running brook through the grounds.
It also has a six space garage.
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