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.
This charming property ( approx 2,500 sq ft) comprises of an entrance hallway, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, separate W.C, four bedrooms, en suite and family bathroom. The property further benefits from cottage style gardens, a spacious garage, gas central heating and mullioned windows. A wonderful piece of history which would make a beautiful family home for the discerning buyer.
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Traditional timber panel door, diamond set ceramic tiled floor.
3 central heating radiators, stairs to first floor, 3 stone mullion windows, recessed, seating area
Original stone mullioned windows to the front with single glazed windows, feature beamed ceiling, central heating radiator, original stone fireplace with raised stone hearth incorporating a coal effect cast iron dog grate style fire and over canopy,
Open gas fire in stone fireplace, beamed ceiling, 2 radiators, stone mullioned windows
Range of wall and base units with complementary granite work surfaces, integrated dishwasher, belfast sink, 5 ring range style oven set into chimney breast, tiled floor, beamed ceiling, under stair pantry with lighting and shelving, 2 stone mullion windows, 2 ceiling light points
W.C, wash vanity hand basin, tiled floor, part tiled elevations, stone mullion window.
Doors leading to excellent sized eve storage cupboards, radiator, fitted book shelves, dormer style window, loft access. Additional roof void area suitable for storage.
Original stone mullion windows, radiator, ceiling coving and light point, dado rail, fitted wardrobes
Three pieces suite comprising W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and corner bath, coving, ceiling light point, radiator, extractor fan, dado rail, stone mullion window.
Stone mullion window, coving, beamed ceiling, radiator.
Two stone mullion windows, two radiators, fitted wardrobes and chest of drawers. Access to large roof void which could be suitable for further development (subject to relevant building approval and consents)
Stone mullion window, radiator, ceiling light.
Four piece suite comprising bath with shower fitment and screen, wash hand basin with shaver point and light above, W.C, bidet, extensive built in cupboards housing central heating boiler and hot water cylinder, part tiles elevations, stone mullion window
There is a driveway which leads to an integral garage. Electric up and over door, light, power, water supply and space for washer, radiator, door to inner hallway. The side of the house offers parking for approximately 4 vehicles on the private road.
The garden lies to the front south elevation and is mainly laid to patio with raised beds, mature shrubs, rockery and flower borders. This is enclosed with a stone column and fenced perimeter in keeping with the property.
The property is offered Freehold, Grade II* listed, Council Tax band G and offers mains electric, water, gas and sewers. The property is steeped in history and the current vendor has a transcript of this available on request dating back to 1525.
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