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Shaws, Uppermill, Saddleworth

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Property Description

Key features

  • End Terrace Cottage
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom & En-Suite
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Sought After Hamlet Location
  • Walking Distance To Uppermill High Street
  • Well Kept Garden
  • Energy Rating D

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This stone built end cottage is situated in a sought after hamlet located above Uppermill yet within walking distance to the high street and therefore all village amenities. The accommodation has a wealth of traditional features and provides deceptively spacious living and bedroom space with two reception rooms and two double bedrooms (one of which has an en-suite shower room). Externally the well kept landscaped garden is both private and low maintenance with a pleasing open aspect. Internally comprising briefly of: dining-kitchen, kitchen-utility, lounge, landing, two double bedrooms, en-suite shower room and main bathroom. Double glazed mullion windows further add to the character and the house is warmed with gas fired central heating. The rail network is approximately a mile away in Greenfield with access to motorway connections around a fifteen minute drive. Viewing come strongly advised to fully appreciate the space and character on offer and can be arranged seven days a week by calling 01457 810076.  

ENTRANCE Accessed via a pathway along the front of the property with the doorway leading into the dining-kitchen. 

DINING-KITCHEN 14' 3" x 9' 9" (4.36m x 2.98m) With a range of fitted and free standing wall and base units with a combination of marble and wood work surfaces to compliment. The range cooker has two ovens, grill and a six ring gas hob with overhead extractor hood. Exposed ceiling beams, mullion windows and rustic floor tiles add plenty of character to the space. 

KITCHEN-UTILITY 7' 6" x 9' 9" (2.30m x 2.98m) Partially open to the dining-kitchen with a range of base units with a combination of marble and wood work surfaces to compliment, plumbing for dishwasher and a double ceramic sink unit with chef's tap. Natural light is provided via a rear facing window and the rustic tiled flooring continues through the room. 

LOUNGE 13' 2" x 14' 0" (4.02m x 4.28m) Central to the room is a cast iron mutli fuel stove set within a stone inglenook fireplace and mantle. The room has oak wood flooring with natural light provided via the front facing mullion windows. The open plan stairs rise to the first floor landing. 

LANDING Providing access to both bedrooms and the main bathroom. There is also a small utility space with plumbing for washing machine. 

BEDROOM 14' 0" x 9' 8" (4.277m x 2.960m) With exposed trusses and beams to the high apex ceiling this bedroom oozes character and also has an open fireplace and stone mantle. The room has fitted carpeting and mullion windows. 

BEDROOM 9' 6" x 10' 2" (2.9m x 3.1m) With fitted carpet and dual aspect mullion windows. 

ENSUITE 5' 11" x 3' 4" (1.81m x 1.03m) Comprising low level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. 

BATHROOM 8' 1" x 5' 7" (2.47m x 1.72m) Comprising low level WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over. Natural light is provided via an obscure glazed window. Karndean black art select parquet flooring. 

EXTERNAL The landscaped garden sits at both the front and side with a mix of patio, lawn, flower beds and seating areas. There is also a garden shed and storage area. The garden is private and peaceful with a pleasing outlook. 

ADDITIONAL INFO TENURE: FREEHOLD - Solicitor to confirm details.


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS: Strictly by appointment with the agents. 

HISTORICAL NOTES This house is situated in the early 18c weavers hamlet known as "the Shaws". The word "Shaw" derives from the Old English "sceaga", "copse" or "thicket" - handloom weaving communities were often set up outside the cultivated areas on the borders of the "waste" and close to where the sheep roamed.
This is a late 18c weaver's house, unusually constructed of "weather shot" sandstone ashlar. Unusually, also, this was built as a lean to with pent roof and probably by the owner of the large earlier weaver's house against which it stands.
The standard pitched roof extension is a modern addition.
The Georgian fireplace with gargantuan stone lintel confirms that this was likely to have been occupied by a yeoman weaver rather than outworkers only and would have had a Georgian hob range at construction. The thin stone slab fireplace sides are typical of the area, as the local stone used for internal walling is rather poor.
The flat mullioned windows were very "modern" for the time.

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