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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Chester Road, Macclesfield

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Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial Period Residence
  • All Original Features & Character
  • Four Storey Accommodation
  • Versatile Living Space
  • Town Centre Location
  • Volume Ceilings & Period Plasterwork
  • Utility Room, Downstairs Cloaks & Cellar
  • Kitchen Featuring Island & Range Cooker
  • Private Rear Town Garden
  • Rare & Viewing Essential

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A rare opportunity to acquire a stunning four storey period residence, which retains original features and character, including; volume ceilings, original corniced moulded plaster-work to high ceilings, picture and dado rails, fireplaces, deep skirting boards, carved timber hallway archway, door architrave's, stripped doors and original floorboards and York stone flagged floors.
Located in a small row of similar attractive period properties, this lovely home lies within a couple of minutes walking distance of the town centre, and just five minutes, or so, to the railway station; for those that may wish to travel to Manchester, Stockport or London direct.
The accommodation is of course spacious and can be adapted, without alteration, to the occupiers needs or wishes - it is currently presented as a four bedroom, two reception room configuration, however, a fifth bedroom arrangement could easily be adopted if required.
The accommodation to the ground-floor briefly comprises of a long reception hallway, a spacious dining room with fantastic period features including a centre focus fireplace; a breakfast kitchen with fitted 'Shaker' style kitchen and island bar and a utility and boot-room with downstairs cloakroom and WC. To the basement and accessed via a stone staircase, there is a huge cellar with power and light, whilst to the first-floor will be found a roomy living room with feature open fireplace as well as a double bedroom and family bathroom. To the second floor there features three further spacious bedrooms.
To the outside, there are attractive and enclosed town style gardens to both the front and rear, the rear affording a high degree of privacy.
To summarise; this is a fantastic period property that offers so much more than just a home - it provides a different lifestyle experience to the norm - due in part to it's convenient and social location, and in another, to it's natural aura of by-gone period style and elegance....

Reception Hallway
Grand reception hallway featuring original period character, to include: solid hardwood front door with segmented arched glazed panel above, high corniced ceiling, elaborately carved feature archway, deep skirting boards and stripped door frames, architrave's and original doors leading to accommodation. More modern features include; an alarm control panel and single radiator.

Dining Room 15'10" x 12'11" (4.83m x 3.94m)
A fabulous entertaining room featuring a high corniced ceiling and incorporating the original picture hanging and dado rails, as well as a magnificent, period, cast-iron fireplace with naturally aged timber surround and slate hearth, deep skirting boards, quality 'Georgian style' reproduction double glazed sash window to frontal aspect, built-in cupboard housing electric meter and fuse-box, double radiator, stripped original door, frame and deep architrave's.

Breakfast Kitchen 13'11" x 13'10" [Narr to 11'9''] (4.24m x 4.22m)
A contemporary styled breakfast kitchen retaining a subtle period blend and fitted with a cream range of 'Shaker' style base and eye level kitchen units comprising of cupboards and drawers with contrasting dark marble effect work-tops and featuring a kitchen island incorporating cupboards, drawers, shelving and high seating.
A chrome gas range cooker features a double oven, grill, plate-warmer and eight burner hob and is a feature of the original chimney, with other period features including a large Belfast sink with 'swan neck' style mixer tap, feature beam spotlighting and slate flooring.
A mid-height wall power and aerial point provide the opportunity to install a wall-mounted flat-screen television and there is ample space for an American-style fridge/freezer.
Finally, there features a double central heating radiator, original stripped door, frame and architrave's and an archway that leads to:

Utility/Boot Room 11'6" x 6'0" [Narr to 4'5''] (3.51m x 1.83m)
Fitted with a range of base units comprising of cupboards and drawers and one double and one single wall mounted cupboards. Granite-effect, fitted work-tops, single drainer sink unit with monobloc tap, tiled splash-backs, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, double glazed window to side aspect, original feature York stone flagged floor, hardwood and partially glazed back door leading to rear garden - BRAND NEW COMBINATION BOILER INSTALLED JULY 2016.
Doors to downstairs WC and basement cellar.

Downstairs W.C.
A useful downstairs cloakroom, particularly handy for guests and children and is located with access from the hallway and kitchen, as well as the rear garden. The cloakroom features a modern white low-flush WC and cloaks wash-hand basin with tiled splash-back, extractor fan and original York stone flagged floor.

Basement Cellar 15'0" x 12'7" [plus small addition](4.57m x 3.84m)
Accessed from the hallway and utility room via a set of stone steps; the cellars are of good height and are served with power and light and house the gas meter.

First Floor - Intermediate Stairway Landing
Family Bath & Shower-Room
Featuring a white contemporary bathroom suite comprising of a paneled bath with mixer-shower attachment, low-flush wc, pedestal wash-hand basin and over-sized shower cubicle with chrome frame and glazed shower panels and incorporating a thermostatic controlled shower with hand held and waterfall head and featuring body massaging jets.
A spacious built-in storage cupboard provides ample towel shelving and airing space.
To one wall there is a chrome 'ladder style' heated towel rail/radiator along with a mirror-fronted medicine cabinet with fitted vanity light and shaver point.
Finally, the walls are all fully tiled and there features an original stripped door and a double glazed window to the rear aspect.

Galleried Landing
Single panelled radiator.

Living Room 20'7" x 12'11" (6.27m x 3.94m)
A very spacious and atmospheric room with an elevated outlook and featuring an open fireplace with cast-iron surround and slate tiled hearth, corniced ceiling, stripped antique pine, chimney-recess built storage cupboard with book/display shelving over, deep skirting boards, television and telephone points, double radiator, two double glazed 'Georgian' reproduction sash windows to frontal aspect, original stripped door, frame and architrave's.

Bedroom Two 13'3" x 12'0" (4.04m x 3.66m)
Featuring 'his & her' wardrobes built into the chimney recess's with louvre doors, deep skirting boards, single radiator, stripped original door, frame and architrave's and double glazed window to rear aspect.

Second Floor - Intermediate Landing
With double glazed picture window to rear aspect.

Galleried Landing
Access hatch to roof space incorporating a pull-down ladder with floor boarding, suitable for storage.

Master Bedroom 13'5" x 12'0" (4.09m x 3.66m)
Built-in wardrobe to chimney recess, single radiator, double glazed widow to rear aspect, stripped original door, frame and architrave's.

Bedroom Three 13'0" x 8'9" [ + recess] (3.96m x 2.67m)
Access hatch to roof space (presently boarded over), single radiator, 'Georgian' reproduction double glazed sash window to frontal aspect, original stripped door.

Bedroom Four 9'9" x 9'7" (2.97m x 2.92m)
Single radiator, 'Georgian' reproduction sash double glazed window to frontal aspect, original stripped door.

Outside - Gardens
There feature 'Town Style' gardens to both the front and rear of the property - The rear garden is very private and is fully enclosed by brick walling and is fully flagged with York stone.
To the rear of the garden, there is a clay wood burning pizza oven and a gate provides access via a pathway to Hall Street.
To the front, there is an enclosed garden area with black wrought-iron fencing to boundaries, with access to the front gained via double opening gates which lead to a flagged pathway to the front door. The garden area has been landscaped for ease of maintenance and is stocked with a variety of plants and bushes.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 November 2016

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