2 bedroom terraced house for saleBrassington Terrace, Den Lane, Crewe
- NO CHAIN INVOLVED
- Semi Rural Terraced Cottage
- 2 Double Bedrooms & Staircase to adjoining Loft Room
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen, Walled Indian Stone Patio, additional 150ft Private Garden with off road parking for 2 vehicles.
A semi rural set well maintained mid terrace cottage set on a countryside lane with open field views to the front and easy access of all main road links. Walking distance of Betley village and lane also giving access to Wybunbury. Convenient for Crewe, Stoke, A500 and M6. Property benefits from oil fired central heating, PVC double glazing and being in good decorative order throughout. Accommodation: Two Reception Rooms, one having an original period cast iron fire surround with inset log burner. Dining Room having a Victorian style pine open fireplace. Cottage style pine fitted Kitchen. Two double bedrooms to the first floor. Generous Bathroom accessed by the main bedroom 1 to the rear. Bedroom 2 possessing a paddle staircase ascending up to a useful loft conversion room having three double glazed velux skylight windows in excellent decorative order with spotlighting and power. Rear garden having an Indian stone set patio with brick outbuilding and set beyond we have a further 150 ft rear garden with off road parking area for two vehicles with ease.
Accommodation - The property is approached having a Victorian hooped topped wrought iron Victorian railings and spearhead finished gate to the front garden. Being a Victorian style front garden with square design boxed hedging features. Red quarry tile footpath leads to the front door. Front door being a period style oak door with leaded and bevelled glazed inset top panels which gives access into the front lounge.
Front Lounge - 12'x 10'11" (3.66m x 3.33m) - (into recess)
Lovely cosy lounge set to the front elevation. Main feature of the room being a beautiful original ornate black cast iron period fire surround in which is set a 3 kilowatt cast iron log burning stove set upon a red quarry tiled hearth. Set into the chimney breast recesses either side we have a built- in shelved bookcase set to one set. Set to the opposite side we have a tallboy style built-in range of double opening storage cupboards which extend from floor to ceiling height with shelving enclosed. PVC double glazed window with two locking opening lights to the front elevation. Radiator with thermostat control. Original wood panelled door with brass knob trim handle with locking latch fittings gives access through to the bottom of the staircase ascending off to the first floor with handrail which divides the two reception rooms. Smoke detector to ceiling. Open access through to the dining room.
Dining Room - 11'10" x 11'10" (3.61m x 3.61m) - (into recess)
Excellent proportioned second reception room. Main feature of the room being a solid period style pine fire surround in which is set a cast iron horseshoe design Victorian open fireplace with floral inset tiling set upon a cream tiled finished hearth. Double panelled radiator with thermostat control. Ample space for dining table and chairs. Large PVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with large locking opening light also acting as a fire escape window. Two original wood panelled doors with brass trim and locking original latch fittings, one giving access through to the kitchen and other through to the built-in understairs shelved storage cupboard with internal light and wall mounted shelving.
Kitchen - 9'5" x 7'4" (2.87m x 2.24m) - Having a range of stylish cottage style pine door finished wall, base and storage drawer units finished with cornice to top and plinth to bottom offering ample storage facilities. Speckled granite effect roll edge work surfaces having a stainless steel sink and drainer inset with mixer tap. Electric cooker point. Extractor hood and light canopy above. Sufficient space for tall upright fridge freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and slimline dish washer appliance. Floor standing Potterton oil central heating boiler and the oil tank is located in the brick outbuilding set to the foot of the patio. PVC double glazed window with locking opening light overlooks the rear patio garden. Original cottage style door with wrought iron and latch fittings gives access to the external rear of the property. Radiator with thermostat control. Walls being partially tiled finished in a white high gloss ceramic tile with floral border tile surround. Ceramic tiled finished floor. Three directional spotlight fitting to ceiling.
Landing - Smoke detector to ceiling. Two original wood panelled doors with brass knob trim handle fittings give access off to both double bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 - 11'10" x 11'10" (3.61m x 3.61m) - (into recess)
Excellent decorative order. Radiator with thermostat control. Large PVC double glazed window with large locking opening light to the rear elevation also acting as a fire escape. Wood panelled door with brass knob trim handle fittings gives access to the adjoining bathroom.
Bathroom - 9'4" x 7'5" (2.84m x 2.26m) - (to widest points)
Nicely proportioned adjoining bathroom. Having a period style white three piece suite. Comprising of low level WC with push button cistern. Column pillar design pedestal large ceramic wash hand basin. Pine panelled side to the bath which co-ordinates with the tiled walls which extend to ceiling height with border tile surround. Wall mounted electric shower over the bath. Door giving access to the built-in slatted shelved airing cupboard housing the lagged hot water tank. Radiator. PVC opaque double glazed window with locking opening light to the rear elevation.
Bedroom 2 - 11'11" x 10'11" (3.63m x 3.33m) - (into recess)
Nicely proportioned second double bedroom. Having two PVC double glazed windows to the front elevation with locking opening lights. Having views over the farming well kept fields opposite. Bedroom retaining the original cast iron horseshoe design fireplace. Good decorative order. Radiator with thermostat control. Set to the corner of the bedroom we have a carpeted paddle finished staircase and balustrade finished handrail which ascends off to the loft conversion.
Loft Conversion - 15'11" x 10'10" (4.85m x 3.30m) - Excellent proportioned loft conversion space. Having been built to regulations but not having been signed off due to partitioning of the staircase access. Beautiful decorative order. Having been fully plaster boarded insulated. With inset down halogen spotlighting to ceiling. Three double glazed velux opening skylight windows, two to the rear and one to the front with fitted blinds. Ample power points and TV aerial point. Built-in low level storage cupboard to eaves area with low level padded cushioning seat.
Externally - To the rear of the property we have a low maintenance enclosed patio garden which has been laid to Indian stone having walled boundaries. External coach lantern light. Garden dimensions being approximately 24 feet in length by 12 feet in width. Set to the foot of the patio garden we have brick built outbuilding store with power and light supply. Arched top scroll wrought iron gate gives access to the shared vehicle access to the rear which opposite is set the off road parking area providing sufficient space for two vehicles with ease and potential space for garage. Parking area then gives access to the extensive large lengthy cottage style garden. Parking area having timber log stores. Garden accessed through the parking area via trellis work archway and latch cottage gate where we have an aluminium and glazed greenhouse and timber garden storage shed. Garden having screened foliage between each section of the garden with winding lawned area and footpath leaded passed a variety of shrubs and plants including four apple trees, two being cooking and two being eating. Variety of attractive shrubs and trees screen and make the garden private. Set to the far end of the garden we have inset feature wildlife pond and further timber garden shed set to the foot of the garden where established vegetable and plant growing area is. Total length of garden being approximately 150 ft in length including the parking area.
Directions - The property can be accessed from two directions. One direction coming through Wybunbury village and turning left in front of the church onto Wrinehill Road which leads and adjoins directly onto Den Lane after proceeding over the railway bridge. This road being approximately 3 miles in length where to property is located on the LH side. Second direction would be passing the Crewe Railway Station to the main roundabout taking fourth exit right onto Weston Lane and at the second roundabout proceed straight across following the signpost for the A500 and Keele. Keep following the signpost for Keele and Betley passing Wychwood village, continue through the picturesque village of Betley. After passing Betley hall take the second turning right into Den Lane and also signpost for the Crown Public House. Continue where the property will be located on the RH sde identified by our FOR SALE BOARD.
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Tenure - The tenure of the property is understood to be freehold (this should be verified prior to completion)
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