Plans have been submitted for the demolition a traditional brick villa and erection of three dwellings.
Permission is being sought to demolish Beechfield House on Beechfield Road, which lies within the Alderley Edge Conservation Area, and replace it with three detached houses.
Beechfield House sits within a 0.5 acre plot and was originally constructed pre 1900. Over time it has been extended and adapted.
In the 1970s it was sub-divided to create four apartments, since then, two of the apartments have been combined and two remain.
The application states "Given the various works that have been undertaken over the years, and with part of the building left exposed to the elements for a prolonged period, it is in run with many original features lost, unable to be restored. It would therefore be unreasonable to resist replacement."
The new residential development will consist of three 3-story dwellings, each with five bedrooms and three car parking spaces.
The plans can be viewed on the Cheshire East Council website by searching for planning reference 19/2893M. The last date for submitting comments is 25th July and a decision is expected by 14th August.