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4 bedroom semi-detached bungalow for sale

2 Racefield Hamlet, Chadderton

Withdrawn from Market £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Unique Edwardian property
  • four double bedrooms
  • built circa 1903
  • initially part of a hospital
  • idyllic location
  • double garage
  • good motorway connections
  • EPC Rating E
  • approx. half an acre
  • fabulous family home

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

DESCRIPTION Here is a superb opportunity to purchase a unique and individual Edwardian semi-detached bungalow situated in the exclusive and private location of Racefield Hamlet, close to the well regarded idyllic Healds Green area of Chadderton Heights. Racefield Hamlet provides quiet and tranquil countryside style living whilst being a stone's throw away from all the necessary local amenities including well regarded schools, shops and motorway connections.
The property was built circa 1903 and was initially part of a hospital before being transformed into the wonderful residence it is today, comprising of five individually designed houses and six luxury apartments. The current occupiers have lived in the property for 30 years and have lovingly maintained and modernised it throughout their residence.
Upon approaching the property there is a wonderful stone stepped pillared entrance that leads into the main hall. To the left of the hall is a fantastic sizeable lounge with a captivating airy feel that simply oozes elegance; on from this comes an inner hallway which leads to the kitchen, a second lounge/sitting room and a lovely spacious dining room providing the perfect ambience and setting for a warming meal with your loved ones. Additionally there is a double garage with electric doors to the front and the rear.
To the right of the main hall there are four small steps which lead to the bedrooms, all four of which are double bedrooms. The master suite has a lovely modern feel to it as well as having its own en suite bathroom which boasts a contemporary five piece suite, there are a further three bedrooms with the larger of the three, again, having its own en suite shower room along with family bathroom.
The hamlet itself is contained with a woodland area spanning some 10 acres and the property is set in approximately half an acre of garden area that are maintained to a fabulously high standard, keeping the property and its surroundings in the best of order. There is large open aspect to the rear of the property which enables access to Tandle Hill Country Park.
With almost 3,000 sq ft of internal living space and the enormous outside space this marvellous property provides ideal living accommodation for any family's needs. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the location and quality on offer.
 

ENTRANCE HALL  

LOUNGE 25' 11" x 24' 11" (7.91m x 7.60m)  

INNER HALLWAY  

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 18' 8" x 8' 8" (5.69m x 2.66m)  

REAR HALLWAY  

WC  

UTILITY ROOM  

DOUBLE GARAGE 19' 6" x 18' 8" (5.95m x 5.69m)  

SITTING ROOM 18' 8" x 11' 11" (5.69m x 3.64m)  

DINING ROOM 18' 10" x 18' 4" (5.75m x 5.59m)  

BEDROOM 12' 4" x 11' 1" (3.76m x 3.39m)  

BEDROOM 13' 2" x 10' 1" (4.03m x 3.09m)  

BEDROOM 17' 2" x 11' 1" (5.24m x 3.39m)  

ENSUITE  

BEDROOM 16' 11" x 14' 4" (5.17m x 4.37m)  

ENSUITE  

FAMILY BATHROOM  

HISTORICAL NOTES This is a former late Victorian/ Edwardian brick built isolation hospital, hence the country location to the west of the urban areas, away from their smoke and pollution, and providing light and exercise in the sheltered internal area, where beds could be rolled out in good weather.
The wards have been converted to provide luxury modern accommodation.
Streetbridge is a reference to Roman occupation of the area, as "straight" roads were unusual in the so-called "Dark Ages" after the Romans left Britain. Such roads were called "street", that is straight, so Streetbridge was where the Roman road crossed the river Irk somewhere in the area near here.
"Racefield" is a reference to early water powered cotton mills which were situated along the Irk in the second half of the 18c - The field of the "race", that is the supply run off the river for the mill's water wheel.
 


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