Presenting a truly unique opportunity to own a piece of architectural history. This period semi-detached, four-bedroom, bay-fronted, residential property is designed and maintained to the highest standard from a bi gone era when homes were a work of art. Combining period aesthetics – stained glass windows, decorative coving, and original fireplaces – with modern convenience – gas central heating, garage with off-road parking – this stunning family home has to be viewed to be appreciated. Extremely spacious, spanning over three floors, and featuring the following; To the ground floor, two large reception rooms, kitchen, ground floor WC, and three-chamber basement. To the first floor: Four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Stylishly designed and immaculate throughout, located on a tree lined street within a short distance of transport to and from the city centre, local amenities, award-winning Levenshulme High School for Girls and cringle park.
Enter via the arched, church style hardwood doors, featuring stained glass panels with attractive design, into the storm porch with tiled flooring and period wall tiles as well as a ceiling light point.
Into the spacious and very welcoming hallway, with access to the ground floor rooms and featuring a stairway to the first floor.
Lounge: 16'04 x 12'11 (4.98m x 3.94m)
A beautifully realised front aspect lounge, bathed in natural light from the lead and stained glass window bay. Featuring the stunning, original period feature fire place surround, picture rail, ceiling light and power points, wall mounted radiator.
Dining Room: 16'08 x 11'10 (5.08m x 3.61m)
A bright and relaxing space set to the rear and looking out to the garden through a stained glass and lead window bay. Featuring a second, gorgeous, original, feature fire place and wooden surround, picture rail, ceiling lights, wall mounted light and power points, wall mounted radiator.
Kitchen: 14'06 x 7'02 (4.42m x 2.18m)
Fitted with a range of base and eye level units. Ample work surfaces. Inset stainless steel sink. Tiled splash back. Space for an
oven and hob. Space for white goods. Ceiling light points, windows to the rear and side aspect. Access to the rear garden. Last but not least there is a fully working servant bell system,
Ground Floor WC:
Low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, frosted glass.
Spacious three chamber basement, running the width and length of the ground floor, used as storage and utility room as well housing the boiler.
First Floor Landing:
Access to the first floor rooms with lead and stained glass window.
Bedroom One: 14'11 x 12'11 (4.55m x 3.94m)
A spacious double bedroom, featuring, original fire place and surround, picture rail, ceiling light and power points, wall mounted radiator,
Bedroom Two: 16'06 x 12' (5.03m x 3.66m)
Second, double bedroom looking through sash windows, overlooking the rear garden, featuring: original fireplace and surround, picture rail, ceiling light and power points, wall mounted radiator.
Bedroom Three: 8'11 x 7'02 (2.72m x 2.18m)
Fourth front aspect double bedroom with, lead and stained bay windows, ceiling light and power points, wall mounted radiator.
Bedroom Four: 8'03 x 7'02 (2.51m x 2.18m)
Fourth bedroom set at the rear aspect, with sash window, ceiling light and power points, wall mounted radiator, feature fire place.
Family bathroom with tiled wall, panel bath and overhead shower, low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, frosted windows and a wall mounted radiator.
To the front aspect there is a garden and driveway leading to the side aspect and garage, To the rear there is a breath-taking lawn garden with mature borders and patio area.
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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