A fantastic five bedroom, two bathroom, three reception room, period property with large, quality kitchen and outstanding family bathroom. Featuring a four chamber cellar and stunning, mature, west-facing gardens. Situated on this most popular road in M20, with easy access to the village, Didsbury, a 15 minute walk to the Metrolink and excellent links to the city centre and airport. Call JP & Brimelow to arrange a viewing.
Enter the property via a period wooden door, with inset glazing. With carpeted stairs to first floor, and doors to reception room and cellars, there are a collection of period features including coving, picture rail, casings and skirting.
Open Plan Living Room: 29'9 x 14'5 max (9.07m x 4.39m max)
A stunning open plan living space, with two fire places, two large bay windows giving front and side aspects and both lounge and dining areas which can be best described as follows:
Lounge Area: 16'3 x 12'1 (4.95m x 3.68m)
A delightful, Upvc double glazed, bay fronted reception space, with a working, period style open- fire, period picture rail, skirting and coving and stylish, neutral decor.
Dining Room: 14'5 x 14'4 (4.39m x 4.37m)
A second reception space, with side aspect Upvc double glazed bay. With a feature fire place, period features, a continuation of the stylish decor and a door to the large kitchen.
Kitchen: 16'10 x 11'0 (5.13m x 3.35m)
A stunning, high spec fitted kitchen, with an exposed brick chimney breast with space for a range cooker. There are a collection of base and eye level fitted kitchen units, with a matching island that incorporates the sink, dishwasher and a breakfast bar, all with a stone work surface. There is a triple pendant lighting feature, plus under unit lighting, grey tiled flooring, a side aspect Upvc double glazed window and an open double doorway to the conservatory.
Conservatory: 13'2 x 9'2 (4.01m x 2.79m)
A really well thought out and finished, modern conservatory, that very much feels like an addition to the living space and incorporates a snug. A typically bright space, with extensive views of the west-facing gardens.
Downstairs W.C: 7'2 x 3'10 (2.18m x 1.17m)
A stylish and modern space with W.C, wall-mounted wash hand basin and rear aspect Upvc double glazed window.
First Floor Landing:
Contemporary wall paper gives continuity from the entrance hall, up the stairs to the landing and top floor.
Master Bedroom: 16'10 x 15'10 (5.13m x 4.83m)
A stunning master bedroom with front aspect bay window and further front window. A large room, extending the full width of the house, with neat, contemporary decoration and period coving.
Bedroom Two: 14'2 x 10'11 (4.32m x 3.33m)
A large second double bedroom, with period feature fire place and a side aspect window.
Bedroom Three/Study: 7'10 x 5'5 (2.39m x 1.65m)
A single bedroom, or study/home office space, with views over the rear gardens.
Family Bathroom: 10'11 x 10'10 (3.33m x 3.30m)
A marvellous, contemporary, four-piece bathroom, with two sided walk-in shower, with heated tiled flooring, floor to ceiling light grey wall tiles, with glass mosaic, vertical borders. With a centrally positioned bath, with low level W.C, wall-mounted wash-hand basin, with vanity unit and a large rear aspect window, with garden views.
Second Floor Landing:
A top floor landing with Velux window, integrated storage and access to two double bedroom and a second bathroom.
Bedroom Four: 11'4 x 12'5 max (3.45m x 3.78m max)
A double bedroom, with additional space, leading to integrated storage and with a large side aspect window, in neutral beige tones.
Bedroom Five: 13'4 x 11'4 (4.06m x 3.45m)
A fourth good-sized double bedroom, with Velux window, side aspect window and feature fire place.
Bathroom: 10'6 x 5'5 (3.20m x 1.65m)
A three-piece monochrome bathroom with integrated storage. Including a panel bath, low level W.C, and pedestal wash hand basin. Also including a heated towel radiator and Velux window.
Cellars: Typical, indicative height c 6'3 (Typical, indicative height c1.91m)
Accessed off the entrance hall there is a landing with stone flooring and steps.
Chamber One: 16'3 x 12'1 (4.95m x 3.68m)
A large front chamber, with bay and natural light, with period black and red flooring.
Chamber Two: 14'3 x 14'1 (4.34m x 4.29m)
A second large chamber, with flagged stone floor and a period range cooker, forming an interesting feature. There is also a half sized door, leading to the side of the property.
Chamber Three: 16'10 x 11'0 (5.13m x 3.35m)
A large room, with cobbled floor and extending the full width of the property. Currently used as a utility room, with plumbing for a washing machine.
Chamber Four: 7'4 x 7'3 (2.24m x 2.21m)
A smaller chamber with direct, level access to the rear gardens.
A large single garage space with up and over doors and side window.
An imposing period property situated on this most popular road. Garden fronted with a driveway to the side and a simply fabulous rear garden with pond, split in to three parts. There is a patio area adjacent to the property, a central lawn with mature borders and a denser planted section with pathway, to the rear of the property. West facing and together with the large neighbouring gardens, creates an urban oasis.
Please note that we have not checked any of the appliances or the central heating system included in the sale (if any). All prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves on this point prior to entering into a contract.
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