2 bedroom terraced house for saleMillstone Lane, Nantwich
- Beautifully appointed bay fronted period Property
- VERY CLOSE to Nantwich Town centre
- Ideal FIRST TIME or INVESTMENT purchase
- Double Glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- Parking Space to front
- Full of Character
- Large Garden
- Modern Kitchen
This truly is a little gem, set in a very popular residential area within walking distance Nantwich town centre. Nantwich Itself is much sought after, and rightly so because this is a jewel in the crown of Cheshire. Nantwich is a charming market town with a rich history, 250 speciality shops and 3 major supermarkets. The four major motorways that cross Cheshire, and the west coast main line, ensure fast access to the commercial centres of Britain if required. Liverpool and Manchester Airports are both within 55 minutes drive. The west coast main line runs fast trains from Crewe to London in Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes. Which could be improved with the prospect of HS2!
Location And Amenities - Nantwich contains an excellent range of facilities and social amenities, with a number of brand named stores along with renowned local retailers. Sainsburys superstore is located off Middlewich Road, less than 5 minutes drive. The larger business centre of Crewe is 4 miles distance and contains fast intercity railway service (London Euston 90 minutes, Manchester 40 minutes). The M6 motorway (junction 16) is 10 miles, Chester 20 miles.
Description - The property is of brick construction under a slate roof having undergone a number of sympathetic improvements by the existing vendors. The house boasts deceptively spacious accommodation, feature fireplaces and many period features. A further important factor is there is off road parking to the front.
Entrance Vestibule and hallway
From the word go attention to detail is everywhere in this property. The front door sets the standard under a door light which is etched with the house number, Great start with a beautifully proportioned frontage. From the doorstep you step onto a decorative quarry tiled floor which follows through into the living room. Traditional coving to ceiling which also follows through into the hallway.
Front Room 3.52m (11' 7") x 2.28m (7' 6")
When I was growing up I had an auntie who called this the parlour or best room and If you didn't know what the living room looked like (I think its just as good) you would be justified in calling it this. Again with original coving and central ceiling plaster boss, a proper cast fireplace and delightful bay window which allows light to flood this room. Even the meters are in a hand made pine cupboard! With laminate flooring.
Living Room 4.10m (13' 5") x 3.70m (12' 2")
You just know that this room is the place to be for cosy family evenings or to relax at the end of the day. With gas ''wood fire'' set in original fireplace with decorative timber mantelpiece. Window with small bay having rear aspect. A repetitive feature of this home are the lovely original internal doors with brass fittings.
Kitchen 4.14m (13' 7") x 1.99m (6' 6")
In perfect balance with the rest of the property. Everything easily to hand and a lovely space to create those culinary delights. With ceramic tiled slate effect floor, space for large fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Period style ceramic sink with contrasting mixer tap. At the kitchens head, space for gas cooker. The velux keylight roof window was a master stroke as the entire space is superbly lit with natural daylight further enhanced with the side window to side. Upvc security door to rear garden.
Stairwell and landing
Surprisingly light landing with access to loft.
Bedroom 3.80m (12' 6") x 3.53m (11' 7")
Anyone buying this house will want to make an offer on the furniture in both bedrooms because the rooms could not of been better dressed and appointed. It isn't often that you come across rooms so sympathetically and beautifully adorned. With period fireplace and views to front.
Bedroom 2 3.11m (10' 2") x 2.80m (9' 2")
When you are in this room ask the vendors to look in the Narnia cupboard. Don't blame me if it takes you to another land - its that big! Period features throughout with rear aspect over garden.
The owners have bought a period property and even in the smallest room of the house (and this is not a small room) the attention to detail is impressive. With High wainscotting to the walls and matching bath panels. Shower above bath with circular bath screen and feature fittings to the three piece suite.
Exterior and Garden
From the kitchen there is a small gravelled path leading along the side of the house, past two useful sheds to the main garden. This has a number of mature shrubs and a small pond and lawned area, cleverly divided into two areas - one serving as a surprisingly private oasis of calm followed by a lovely area ideal for nature lovers. A real wildlife habitat not a garden that's just out of control. To the front the parking space has recently been professionally laid with no sign of any wear or tear. This is a very happy house with a lot to smile about.
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