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5 bedroom cottage for sale

Staley Road, Mossley, OL5

£295,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period Features
  • Unique Building
  • Beams
  • Enclosed Garden
  • A Great Family Home

Full description

REDUCTION FOR 3 MONTHS ONLY * Bridges are proud to present this grade 2 listed stone cottage, which thrives with both character and charm. Finished to a high standard throughout, whilst still maintaining many period features, this is an ideal and desirable home for families. The 5 bed stone cottage on offer comprises briefly of hallway, WC/Utility, lounge, study, kitchen and dining room to the first floor, and also has a cellar and an en-suite to the master. Original wooden beams and oak flooring are just few of the many traditional features, which this property possesses, again only adding to the character to this country style cottage. Externally, the property further benefits from the larger than average lawned area, and further flagged area. The property is fully central heated. Located in an enviable position, with links close by to Manchester, Ashton and Huddersfield, viewing is a must in order to assess just how much this property has to offer.



Entrance Hallway.
The entrance hallway gives access to all ground floor rooms, and the stair case leads up to the first floor.

WC/Utility
The utility area incorporates a range of base units with granite work surfaces. Fitted with washing machine, dryer, and freezer, the room provides an ideal wash area, which is an added benefit within a family home such as this. Furthermore, the utility area also comprises of a WC and a wash hand basin.

Lounge 5.46m x 5.40m (17' 11" x 17' 9")
The light and spacious lounge area consists of original wooden beams which add to the originality of the room. The lounge also incorporates a feature stone fireplace with wooden mantle and fuel burner. Windows to the side and rear allow for plenty of natural light.

Study 3.28m x 1.85m (10' 9" x 6'1")
The study has a window to the front, which creates a light and pleasant working environment.

Kitchen 4.06m x 3.68m (13' 4" x 12' 1")
The contemporary country style, fully fitted kitchen comprises of a range of solid oak wall and base units with black granite work surfaces and under unit lighting. The kitchen is inclusive of an exposed stone chimney, with electric oven with extractor fan overhead, double Belfast sink, integral microwave, fridge and dishwasher. The kitchen in finished with a stylish limestone floor, spotlighting and the single glazed windows to the front allow vast amounts of light, making this a bright, spacious and desirable room.

Dining Room 3.91m x 3.68m (12' 10" x 12' 1")
The character dinning area has original oak flooring, exposed beams and period fireplace making this a comfortable room, filled with charm. The single glazed window to the rear again makes this room a bright and airy room in which to dine.

Cellar 3.66m x 3.43m (12' 0" x 11' 3")
The cellar again provides that extra living space ideal for families, and has exposed stone walls and flagged flooring, which gives this room a homely and traditional feel.

Hall & Landing
The landing has a window to the front and rear, which provides a well-lit access up to the second floor.

Master Bedroom 5.44m x 4.5m (17' 10" x 14' 9")
Again the charm and character is carried through to the master bedroom, where the focus is upon the exposed wooden beams and fireplace, with solid oak mantle. There is also a single glazed window situated to the rear, which provides good views. The master bedroom also benefits from the en-suite bathroom.

En-suite
The bright and spacious, full tilled en-suite bathroom incorporates a white three piece suite inclusive of WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle, and has a single glazed window to the side.


Bedroom 2 3.7m x 3.6m (12' 2" x 11' 10")
The second double bedroom has lovely original beams and wall lights, and a single glazed window provides views over the garden area.

Bedroom 3 3.7m x 3.66m (12' 2" x 12' 0")
The third double bedroom again had the original exposed wooden beams, and a single glazed window to the front which again provides nice views.

Family Bathroom 3.15m x 2.54m (10' 4 x 8' 4")
The larger then average, light and airy bathroom comprises of a four piece white suite of WC, wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle and original enclosed bath with tile surround. The traditional feel is also carried through to the bathroom, where there are exposed beams and partially wood panelled walls. Vast amounts of light are provided by the single glazed front facing window, and ceiling spot lighting.

Hallway & Landing
The hallway leads up the loft conversion, and has a single glazed window to provide natural light.

Bedroom 4 4.98m x 1.75m (16' 4" x 5' 9")
The loft room is currently used as a fourth bedroom by the present owners and has exposed wooden beams.

Bedroom 5
The second loft room has obtained planning permission to open up, in order to provide a further double bedroom.

Externally
To the rear of the property there is a well-maintained lawned area, and a further flagged area, ideal for relaxing on those warm summer nights!

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bridges , Uppermill

63 High Street, Uppermill, OL3 6AP

01457 363032 Local call rate

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