£475,000 - Available


  • BUILT SOME 200 YEARS AGO AND STEEPED IN CHARACTER
  • SEMI DETACHED
  • LARGE DINING KITCHEN
  • FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • SECLUDED SOUTH FACING GARDENS
  • MODERNISATION REQUIRED
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • UTILITY & WC
  • TWO BATHROOMS
  • DRIVEWAY PARKING & DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE

"The Old Farmhouse" is a characterful semi detached home built some 200 years ago offering approx 2000sqft of living space.

Although our floor plans give a good indication as to the size and shape of the property, viewing it in person always helps add an extra dimension.

Having entered the property you are met with the storm porch and through here is the entrance hallway which is also currently being used as the dining room due to its generous size. A downstairs wc can be located underneath the stairs and to your right hand side is the main living room. Finishing off the ground floor accommodation is the large open plan dining kitchen which has been opened up into the Orangery and found from here is also a utility room.

To the first floor is a landing area along with four good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms including an en-suite to the master bedroom.

The property also has gas central heating as well as double glazing.

Outside the property are private and secluded gardens which benefit from being south facing as well as driveway parking and a detached double garage.

Given the character and size of the property we would urge you to book in an internal viewing as soon as possible.


Directions
POST CODE FOR SAT NAV - SK8 6JZ

Notice
Please note we have not tested any appliances, including gas, electric, heating, water, showers, lights, boilers etc. We recommend if you have a particular concern, you consult a professional who is qualified in inspecting the type of appliance you are concerned about. Measurements are approximate and could change if a vendor has altered the property and failed to inform us of the change.

Floor Plan
EER Chart

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