Jack's Cottage,
3 New Street,
Havannah,

Nr. Eaton,
Congleton,
Cheshire.
CW12 2NF


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A three bedroomed cottage, located in a terrace row of nine with a private garden and fields to the rear.

This cottage offers underfloor heating to the stone flagged and oak floors. Carpeted first floor rooms.

Britannia stove cooker, beech work tops and salt glazed sink in the kitchen.

The sitting room is divided by the granite topped breakfast island from the kitchen with its rear aspect and oak stable door to the rear garden.

Wood effect pvc and lead glazed rear windows and french doors onto the rear patio.

Open fire to the large lounge and wood burning stove to the sitting room.

Oak ledged doors with wrought iron Suffolk latches and "T" hinges.

 

History

Jacks House is in the hamlet of Havannah, so named after the battle of Cuba in 1762 when the British defeated the Spanish and took over the island.

The street was built in 1826 for mill workers. At on stage there were upwards of 92 cottages. Jacks is one of those that had been two cottages.

Trade for the mills failed in the 1880s and the workers moved out. The village became known as the "deserted village" attracting tourists as shown by the adjacent photograph.

The Marsuma cigarette company took over the mills utilitsing the village name and produced "Havannah Cigars".

The houses were refurbished in 1922 into what you see today.

The mills provided their own electricity from the water wheels. The foreman who lived in the village turning the electric supply off when he went to bed.

The "deserted village" in 1898
The row on the right are no longer there having been demolished.

Accommodation

Ground Floor:

Sitting room: Stone flagged floor, wood burning stove and beamed ceiling.

Kitchen: Stone flagged floor. Oak stable door to rear garden. Recently fitted modern kitchen with base and wall units incorporating salt glazed white sink unit, granite topped island with drawers and cupboards below. Under stairs store position for fridge. Oak stable door to the rear.

Cloakroom: High flush w.c. plumbing for washing machine.

First Floor:

Landing:

Large Rear Bedroom: Double fully opening windows. Ensuite: Fully tiled wet room with under floor heating. Shower, low flush w.c. and wash hand basin.

2nd Bedroom: Original feature fire place.

3rd Bedroom:

Bathroom: Panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush toilet. Heated chrome towel rail.

Outside:

Rear garden laid to lawn with cheadle chip gravelled patio and flagged area outside the French doors. Outside weather proof electrics and floodlighting.

Fishing: Subject to licence we are able to provide day tickets for fishing on our stretch of the River Dane off the rear fields.

Bookings: Below is the inclusive price per week. Should you require the cottage for a longer period please enquire as to price.

Dates 2008
Price per week
Dec 22nd - Jan 4th, 2008
£420.00
Jan 5th - March 14th
£320.00
March 15th - April 4th
£420.00
April 5th - May 2nd
£320.00
May 3rd - May 9th
£350.00
May 10th - May 23rd
£320.00
May 24th - Aug 29th
£420.00
Aug 30th - Oct 17th
£350.00
Oct 18th - Oct 24th
£420.00
Oct 25th - Dec 19th
£320.00
Dec 20th - Jan 2nd, 2009
£430.00

How to contact us:-

Mark & Susan Bullock.
Tel:- 01260 223388
Mobile: 07711 350758

Email:- lettings@acorncottages.co.uk

Or write to:-

Oaklands Farm,
North Rode,
Congleton,
Cheshire.
CW12 2PH.

 

Restrictions
No pets, no smoking.