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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Osborne Street, Winshill

Sold STC £229,950

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Built in 1895 as a semi-detached home, later evolving into a terrace, this home has the unique combination of large rooms, long views to the Peak District, and a garden extending to 185 feet. Original features such as fireplaces, floorboards, doors, cornicing, and picture rails have been preserved, and the conservatory provides views over the mature landscaping and fruit trees in the garden. 

In brief the gas centrally heated and double glazed accommodation comprises; entrance porch, entrance hall with stained glass door, Minton tiled flooring and decorative arch to ceiling, three good sized reception rooms, re-fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, conservatory and cloakroom. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and family bathroom with four piece suite. Outside, the home benefits from it's own side entry which takes you to the extensive enclosed rear garden featuring a fish pond, lawn, herbaceous borders and trees. This tranquil garden needs to be seen to appreciate the size. Viewing strictly by appointment only.


Ground Floor 
With a UPVC leaded double glazed front entrance door to:

Entrance Porch 
With original Minton tiled flooring and a stained glass door through to:

Entrance Hallway 
With original Minton Tiled flooring, original decorative ceiling arch with moulding, dado rail, double radiator, moulded coving to ceiling and stairs rising off to the first floor.

Refitted Kitchen 
10' 5'' x 9' 2'' (3.17m x 2.79m)
With a UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation and an obscure glazed window to the rear elevation. Fitted with a range of custom cabinetry with raised-panel doors and hammered pewter handles, under-cabinet LED lighting, Italian granite work surfaces and upstands, under-mount sink with mixer tap, ceramic hob with flexible burner arrangement, brushed stainless steel splash-back and extractor fan, Neff oven with slide under door feature, integrated Hotpoint slimline dishwasher, integrated Zanussi washer-dryer, plumbing and appliance space for fridge freezer, tiled flooring and a sliding door through to:

14' 7'' x 10' 9'' (4.44m x 3.27m)
On an elevated position offering views over the extensive landscaped gardens to the Peak District. Of brick and UPVC construction with windows to rear and side elevations, French doors to side elevation, terracotta tiled flooring, ceiling light, storage heater, power and a door through to storage cupboard and additional door through to:

Guest Cloakroom WC 
With continuation of tiled flooring and fitted to comprise of a low level WC and wash hand basin with tiled splash-backs.

First Floor Landing 
With balustrade handrail off staircase, two double radiators, dado rail, large over-stairs linen/storage cupboard, moulded coving, decorative window, large hatch to loft access (with potential for a full stairway into a future loft conversion via the storage cupboard).

Master Bedroom 
15' 1'' x 13' 10'' (4.59m x 4.21m)
With a UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation offering extended views over the gardens to the Peak District., double radiator, painted floorboards, moulded coving to ceiling and an original cast iron fireplace with tile accents.

Bedroom Two 
13' 11'' x 11' 11'' (4.24m x 3.63m)
With decorative UPVC double glazed windows having arched top (to replicate original windows) to the front elevation, picture rail and an original cast iron fireplace with tiled accents,

Bedroom Three 
10' 5'' x 9' 2'' (3.17m x 2.79m)
With an oversized UPVC double glazed picture window to the rear elevation offering extended views over the gardens to the Peak District, radiator, exposed wooden floorboards, coving to ceiling and original cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom Four  
8' 4'' x 11' 7'' (max) (2.54m x 3.53m)
With a UPVC double glazed arched top window to the front elevation (to replicate the original windows), decorative window and a radiator.

Mature landscaped garden extending to 185 feet, with a mix of evergreen and deciduous trees, shrubs, and perennial flowers in brick-edged planting beds surrounding lawns and paved terrace areas. There is a small (6 foot by 5 foot) pond with a fountain and four goldfish. To the rear of the garden are fruit trees including two varieties of apple, Victoria plum, white cherry, and productive raspberry canes. Plant varieties include hydrangea, roses, golden bamboo, black bamboo, box topiaries and arch, redbud, smoke bush, lilac, yucca, jasmine, ash, clematis, variety of ferns, outside power and water.

Please note there is a Peppercorn rent payable with the property of £1.00 per year. for the extra garden land.

Owners Comment 
"As soon as I walked into this house, I felt at home. I loved the unusually large rooms with original features, particularly the fireplaces in three of the bedrooms! The garden is the result of a 30-year labour of love by the previous owner, and due to their careful planning and design skills, it is colourful and interesting throughout the year. The conservatory is a great place even on rainy days, as there are often double rainbows. I am a bit sad to leave the home, garden, and neighbours who have become friends - but must relocate for work. So now it is time to pass along this great home to a new caretaker."

Front Reception Room 
12' 8'' x 11' 10'' (3.86m x 3.60m)
With a UPVC double glazed bay window to the front elevation with decorative wood panelling, ceiling rose, moulded coving to ceiling, dado rail and picture rail. The focal point of the room being the decorative oak fireplace with tiled cast iron inset and gas fire with brick hearth and bevelled mirror, wide polished floorboards and a double radiator.

Rear Reception Room Two 
12' 9'' x 15' 4'' (3.88m x 4.67m)
With a UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, wide polished floorboards, decorative brick fireplace surround with mirror and a vintage cast iron style gas stove with external flue and original tiled hearth, picture rail, dado rail, moulded coving to ceiling, ceiling rose and double radiator. Door through to:

Reception Room Three 
10' 5'' x 12' 2'' (3.17m x 3.71m)
With two UPVC double glazed windows to the side elevation, double radiator, coving to ceiling, under-stairs storage cupboard and tiled flooring. The focal point of the room being the decorative oak fireplace with tiled cast iron inset and gas fire with tiled hearth and bevelled mirror, Door through to:

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