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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
School Lane, Warmingham
- Semi detached property
- Two reception rooms
- Oil fired central heating
- Many original features
- Highly sought after location
- Enchanting cottage style gardens
- Semi - rural location
- Call 01270 763200 to view
Originally part of a ?shippen? or cowshed serving the nearby Warmingham Grange, the building was first converted into cottages around 1850 before being enlarged to provide the village with a Post Office and store. The current owners have thoughtfully enhanced aspects of the original building to create a unique home seeped in history and offering a warm yet elegant ambiance.
Whilst enjoying a good level of seclusion, The Old Post Office is also intrinsically connected with the ancient village of Warmingham and ideal for those attracted to enjoying the benefits afforded by living within a small community. Rejuvenated 19th century inn The Bear?s Paw, the Village Hall and historic St Leonards Church are hubs of the community where activities and events from Bell Ringing to Film Nights take place. A number of local walking trails also invite Villagers to truly take in the Cheshire countryside.
To describe this home one must reveal the atmosphere within, elegant style and surrounding cottage style gardens - private, well stocked and tended.
Driving in off the road there?s ample off road parking space to the side of the property.
From the front door the accommodation leads from the Entrance Hallway into the Dining Room which has good proportions for a large table and chairs, delightful aspect to the front and ceramic tiled flooring.
Relax and unwind in the Sitting Room a spacious and peaceful venue warmed by a ?Nestor Martin? high quality cast iron log burner with French doors that open out to the rear garden.
The Kitchen has a Utility Area where the oil fired boiler can be found.
Original beamed ceilings and inset downlights co-ordinate well to soft-light the property, displaying another characterful aspect.
Two Bedrooms to the First Floor and 5 piece Bathroom suite complete the accommodation.
We strongly urge an internal inspection to fully appreciate this unique property.
Nearby Sandbach is a thriving South Cheshire market town with historical monuments dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. Day to day essentials are easily accessible, with a range of speciality shops including bakers, grocers, delis, restaurants, boutiques, coffee shops, Waitrose, florists, fashion shops etc. On Thursdays a popular traditional Elizabethan street market extends into the Town Hall.
Excellent travel and commuting links are provided by; quick access to the M6 Motorway junction 17, Sandbach railway station provides good links to Manchester, frequent trains from Crewe mainline railway station link Cheshire to London in 2 hours and Manchester International Airport is within a 40 minute drive. An ideal choice for the busy commuter. Local schools are held in high repute, many families move into the area with this in mind.
Directions: Leave Sandbach via Middlewich Road, turning left into Abbey Road after approx 1 mile, continue at the roundabout onto Elton Road and follow under the bridge and out to the T junction. Turn right onto Warmingham Road and follow into the village passing The Bears Paw on your left hand side. The property can then be found on your right hand side a short way along.
Ceramic tiled flooring, original beamed ceiling and ceiling spot lights. Wall mounted coat hooks. Doorway to:
Dining Room - 16'4 x 11' (4.98m x 3.35m )
Double glazed leaded window to the front elevation looking across the front garden and leafy aspect beyond. Ceramic tiled flooring and original beamed ceiling. Timber door with wrought iron latch opening to the staircase which leads to the first floor. Open hatch with rustic timber surrounds to the kitchen. Ceiling light point and three wall light points. Radiator.
Sitting Room - 16'1 x 14'1 (4.90m x 4.29m )
Inset ?Nestor Martin? cast iron log burning stove with exposed brick chimney breast surround, hearth and large rustic shaped timber mantle. Double glazed box bay window to the front elevation, window to the side and French Doors opening out to the rear garden and enjoying an extremely private aspect. Ceramic tiled flooring. Inset ceiling downlights. TV point and telephone point. Radiator.
Kitchen - 20' x 7'8 (6.10m x 2.34m )
Fitted with a range of wall and base units offering a farmhouse style area with 1½ bowl sink unit and mixer tap. Space for fridge/freezer. Electric point for cooker. Inset ceiling downlights. Exposed painted floor boards. Windows to the rear overlooking the substantial private rear garden.
Floor mounted oil fired boiler and controls above. Appliance space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Stone tiled flooring. Stable door leading to outside. Window to side. Inset ceiling spotlights. Original beams to ceiling. Radiator.
Loft access. Inset ceiling downlights. Radiator. Window overlooking the rear aspect. Built in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Further double cupboard for linen storage.
Bedroom One - 14'1 x 9'10 (4.29m x 3.00m )
Double glazed windows to the front and side. Radiator. Ceiling light point.
Bedroom Two - 16'5 x 9'10 (5.00m x 3.00m )
Double glazed window to the front. Original beamed ceiling and exposed purlins. Ceiling spot lights. Radiator. Exposed original floor boards. Exposed brick chimney breast with ornamental open fireplace.
Bathroom - 10'9 x 6' (3.28m x 1.83m )
Fitted with a five piece Jacuzzi suite comprising fully tiled corner shower cubicle with Mira thermostatically controlled power shower and shaped sliding screen doors. Panel bath with antique style mixer tap and shower attachment. Ceramic WC, bidet and large ceramic pedestal wash basin with coordinating individual chrome taps and ceramic handles. Tiled flooring and tiled surrounds. Double glazed window to the side. Wall lights, inset ceiling downlights and electric shaver socket. Wall mounted ladder style radiator.
To the front of the property is a gravelled off road parking area for several vehicles. Walled front boundary and wrought iron gate. Pathway to the front door and also leading to the side of the property. The front garden is well stocked with mature trees and a variety of shrubs and plants.
The rear garden offers substantial privacy and is laid predominately to lawn with extensively stocked borders with mature shrubs and plants. Range of mature trees bring an enviable cottage style garden space. Brick built outbuilding with gardeners WC. originally a pig-sty that now provides good storage for garden equipment. Outside hose point. Large timber shed with windows providing natural light and excellent further storage space. There are then fenced boundaries and an assortment of sitting areas to while away the afternoon whilst pottering at one?s own pace.