Mr & Mrs Herd, Greater Manchester
After two years of other agents failing to sell our home, we had at last found the right team. You certainly put all other agents in the shade.
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Beautifully appointed throughout, Woodbine Cottage is a deceptively spacious three storey residence dating back to 1859 that has been much improved by the present owner over the years. A ground floor entrance porch opens to an impressive living room dissected by a central staircase, a bespoke dining kitchen, utility and shower room, whilst to the first floor there are two double bedrooms and stairs to the second floor where there is another double bedroom and the bathroom. Outside there is a pleasant garden to the front and a large rear garden with outbuilding.
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Entrance door and glazed windows to side, quarry tiled floor. Door to
Double glazed windows to front and side, radiator, feature illuminated stone built arched recess, ceiling beams, four wall light points, a bespoke handmade staircase with storage cupboard under, plus a deep walk in cloaks cupboard with light and fitted shelf. A 'Le Foriester' French enamelled free standing wood burning stove on flagged hearth with feature timber beam mantel, acid etched glass window with honeysuckle pattern reflecting the country name for Woodbine, an original arched stone over with oak beam and down lighting and a stone arch with concealed lighting through to
Fitted with bespoke wall and base units with roll top work surfaces over including an inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer, space for a range oven with over hob extractor, space for fridge freezer. Stable door to side opening onto the patio, double glazed windows facing the rear and side overlooking the gardens, double radiator, tiled flooring, tiled splashbacks, a vaulted ceiling and down lighting, original wall mounted feature 'Peak Millstone'. Opens to
Fitted base units with roll top work surface over, space for a dishwasher, space for a washing machine, double glazed window facing the side, tiled flooring, boiler. Doors to
Comprising of a single enclosure shower with thermostatic shower, a pedestal wash hand basin and a standard WC. Extractor fan, double glazed velux window, a heated towel rail, tiled flooring, part tiled walls to dado rail.
Stairs to second floor landing, doors to
Double glazed window facing the front, double radiator, picture rail, coving and a cast-iron feature fireplace.
Double glazed window facing the side, double radiator, coving and a cast-iron feature fireplace.
Double glazed uPVC window facing the side, beamed ceiling.
Double glazed window facing the front, double radiator, beamed ceiling.
Comprising of a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over, a pedestal sink wash hand basin and a close coupled WC. Double glazed window facing the rear, built-in storage cupboard, beamed ceiling.
An impressive vernacular beamed building with stone flagged roof, complete with carved stone gargoyle heads, a date stone of 1865 and a coat of arms. Arched windows to front and side, a quarry tiled floor and stable doors to front and side. A very useful store and with adjoining coal store, again with stone flagged roof. Variety of uses subject to Peak Park Planning.
There is a very pleasant flower garden to the front of the property and a large rear garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with stone boundary walls and a spacious outbuilding with the potential for conversion subject to planning.