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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

High Lea Road, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK22 3DP

Removed £167,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Two Bed Stone Terraced Home
  • Immaculate
  • Lounge with Stove
  • Fitted Dining Kitchen
  • Useful Cellar
  • Modern Bathroom/WC
  • Overlooking High Lea Park
  • Lovely Garden

Full description

A charming TWO BEDROOM STONE terraced home opposite HIGH LEA PARK. We are pleased to offer this attractive and beautifully presented two bedroom stone terraced home with lovely rear garden which has been presented to a very high standard. Comprising Upvc double glazed windows and modern central heating system, lovely well appointed lounge with cast iron gas stove, inner hall with staircase, quality dining kitchen with Beech tops. To the lower ground floor there is a dry cellar. To the first floor there is a good sized master bedroom with views towards High Lea Park, bedroom two with views over garden and modern bathroom/WC. Outside there is a lovely rear stone patio with feature stone wall, with steps leading up to a further patio area and lawn with shed. Small wall frontage.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 October 2016

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