2 Double Bedrooms ** Charming Character Cottage ** Excellent Presented ** Spacious Lounge ** Modern Breakfast Kitchen ** Open Plan to Sitting Area ** Utility Room ** Modern Bathroom ** Lovely Large Rear Garden ** Ample Driveway Parking ** Sought After Church Lane Address ** No Onward Chain **
We strongly encourage you to look at the photographs and floorplans whilst reading this description, to get a good idea of the design, style, layout, and size of the accommodation on offer within this beautifully presented home. However, to fully appreciate the accommodation we would strongly recommend you arrange to view the property.
With this home, you are undoubtedly buying a little piece of the areas most sought after real-estate. Not often do these quaint, cottage style homes come to the market and rarely are they so well cared for.
Church Lane is considered by many as one of Woodfords best addresses! The lane still boasts a semi-rural to rural feel, with most of the lane having Green Belt fields on either side. Whether you leave Church Lane via the Wilmslow Road / Chester Road junction or Hall Moss Lane end, you have easy access back into Bramhall and you have easy access to the A555 Bypass which offers you routes into the City Centre, Manchester Airport or back towards Poynton. If you enjoy outdoor life then walks around the immediate vicinity can take you across the many bridle ways, with beautiful scenic views.
This home is set back from the lane, behind a grass verge and footpath and then a tandem length stone flagged driveway. Privet hedge borders separate the neighbouring driveways and an open aspect to the front, extenuates the countryside feel. Once near the property you will notice a shared ginnel to the left, and this shared space gives you access to gates leading to the private gardens of this home and next door.
At the rear the semi-rural feel continues, with a long garden which enjoys a South Westerly aspect. Mainly laid to lawn, with a stone flagged patio abutting the home and a covered canopy side area perfect for potting or just being able to take in some fresh air whilst protected from the weather. A further patio area has been positioned to the rear section of the garden where a shed is located and beyond the rear perimeter more open fields add to the privacy and tranquil feel.
You first enter the home via the front door and upon reaching the front of the house, you could be forgiven for already having fallen in love with this charming home. Once inside you have a small hallway with stairs leading to the first floor and access into the spacious main lounge. The lounge has a feature fireplace to one wall and window looking out over the front aspect. The lounge then leads into the modern fitted breakfast kitchen (see photo).
The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of units, including a small office desk area into the recess behind the stairs. There is ample space for a table to enable dining in this room and an open way into a further sitting area makes this an idea entertaining room. The sitting area has Velux style roof windows and double doors leading out to the rear garden. The kitchen also has a side door leading to the covered canopy side space, and there is access to a separate utility room with fitted appliances (see photo) and to a good size storage facility.
On the first-floor level you have two double bedrooms, both of which have fitted bedroom furniture against one wall. The main bedroom faces the front aspect, and the second bedroom overlooks the rear garden, whilst the good size bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising a panel front bath, walk in shower enclosure, wash hand basin and low-level WC. Chrome fittings and white tiled walls finish off the look. (See photo).
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Tenure: Leasehold properties will typically have a Ground Rent payable, but not always. No Ground Rent is usually in the case of the owner(s) also owning the Freehold. One example would be an apartment complex where all of the residents own an equal share of the Freehold and therefore do not charge themselves a Ground Rent. Please consult with a legal expert if you have any concerns.
Tenure: Freehold properties can often still have what is known as a "Chief Rent" payable, often referred to on the Land Registry Title as a "Perpetual Yearly Rent Charge". The amount is usually nominal and fixed and is not to be confused with a Ground Rent which relates to a Leasehold Property. The amount is often written in old money (Shilling) and sometimes no longer collected. The amounts are typically but not limited to between £5 and £20. Please consult with your solicitor if you have any concerns.
Floorplans: Our floorplan may not show some small recess areas and any floor or total area measurements quoted will include all of the areas shown on the floor plan, unless otherwise noted. Furthermore no appliances including main heating and electrics have or will be test by Snapes Estate Agents and we cannot be held responsible for a seller changing or removing fittings which are currently shown in our marketing.