Eccles Old Road, Salford
- Substantial Semi Detached With Four Bedrooms
- Three Impressive Reception Rooms / Many Original features
- New Large Dining Kitchen And Bathroom
- Cellars With Huge Potential To Convert
- Attractive Gardens Front & Rear, Driveway For Off Road Parking
- Fantastic Views Over Buile Hill Park
- Great Access Into Media City, Manchester City Centre & Salford Royal
- Recently Rendered Front
' I have lived here for over 25 years and really will be sad to leave. The house is just to big now as everyone has flown the nest, it's time to downsize. The location is great for getting into Manchester and we have loved spending time in the park facing. I hope the next owner is as happy here as we have been'
An imposing and original front door leads into a charming entrance porch with a beautiful stained glass period window to the side and a traditional terracotta tiled floor, a further door with stained glass feature leads into the entrance hall.
A simply gorgeous entrance hall which is a real addition to the downstairs space. Two large windows to the side bring in lots of natural light and a beautiful split level staircase leads to the first floor, finished with a quality walnut stained wooden floor, dado, picture rail and period coving. Internal doors lead to the lounge, dining room and kitchen, a further door leads to the cellar.
17' 2'' x 12' 4'' (5.23m x 3.76m)
An impressive and spacious lounge with a large hardwood double glazed bay window to the front, coal effect living flame gas fire set in a traditional grate, marble hearth and 'Regency' fire surround, finished with a solid walnut floor, period coving, centre rose and radiator.
Second Sitting Room / Dining Room
15' 1'' x 12' 4'' (4.59m x 3.76m)
An impressive large reception room which is currently used as a second sitting room and would also work well as a formal dining room, a fireplace with recess into the chimney breast offers a focal point, marble inset and hearth, traditional surround. A glazed door and side windows lead through to the sun room, wood effect flooring and radiator.
12' 4'' x 10' 1'' (3.76m x 3.07m)
The sun room is a great addition to the property, with French doors and side windows that open up onto the garden, a ceramic tiled floor..it has a Mediterranean feel, perfect for entertaining inside and out.
21' 6'' x 10' 1'' (6.55m x 3.07m)
A truly superb dining kitchen which offers that essential open plan social space, this kitchen really does feel like the heart of the home, with an open brick feature wall that's adds character and warmth, the recess houses a large Range Master double oven with a five ring gas hob. new wall and base units, space for an American style fridge freezer and washing machine, sink and drainer, a stable style door provides access to the rear garden, single glazed feature window to the side, rear and through to the sun room.
First Floor Landing
The landing provides access to all upstairs rooms and is finished with a solid walnut floor.
17' 2'' x 12' 4'' (5.23m x 3.76m)
A spacious master bedroom with views over Buile Hill Park to the front. a hardwood double glazed window to the front, wood effect flooring, storage cupboard, centre rose and coving.
12' 4'' x 11' 8'' (3.76m x 3.55m)
A great double bedroom with a Upvc double glazed window to the rear, stripped and varnished floors, storage cupboard, coving and radiator.
13' 8'' x 10' 5'' (4.16m x 3.17m)
Another spacious double bedroom with a Upvc double glazed window to the rear, wood effect flooring and radiator.
10' 5'' x 8' 0'' (3.17m x 2.44m)
The fourth bedroom has a single glazed window to the front with views over the park, stripped and varnished floor and radiator.
A new bathroom done in a period style to reflect the age and character of the property, a stunning cast iron bath with claw feet and a traditional telephone style shower head, new shower enclosure with drench shower head, low level WC and hand wash basin, heated towel rail and traditional tiling to four elevations.
The cellar is a superb space offering essential storage but also huge potential to convert into additional living space. Currently housing a modern combination boiler, power and lighting.
The property occupies a commanding position on Eccles Old Road, with superb views over the park, attractive front and rear gardens, driveway for off Road parking. This property is ideally located for access into Manchester City Centre, within the catchment area for some of the areas best schools, including All Hallows, close to Hope Hospital and on all major bus routes.
The vendor has informed us that the property is Leasehold, approx £7 per year.
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Eccles Old Road, Salford
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Weaste Tram Stop0.7 miles
- Ladywell Tram Stop1.0 miles
- Langworthy Tram Stop1.0 miles
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