- BEAUTIFUL CANAL SIDE POSITION
- HISTORIC AND CHARACTERFUL DETACHED COTTAGE
- LIVING/DINING ROOM & STUDY/SNUG
- GAS FIRED HEATING & DOUBLE GLAZING
- GATE ACCESS AT REAR OPENING ONTO TOWPATH & MACCLESFIELD CANAL
- HIGHER POYNTON LOCATION ON THE EDGE OF OPEN COUNTRYSIDE
- 3 BEDROOMS
- 29" MODERN WHITE DINING KITCHEN
- LANDSCAPED COTTAGE STYLE GARDENS
- DRIVEWAY PROVIDES OFF ROAD PARKING
- BEAUTIFUL CANAL SIDE POSITION for this 3 BEDROOM DETACHED COTTAGE heaped with CHARACTER FEATURES and a lovely MODERN DINING KITCHEN with attractive white suite and 2 RECEPTION ROOMS.
- The property is set in this SOUGHT AFTER HIGHER POYNTON location on the edge of the surrounding open COUNTRYSIDE with super access directly from the rear garden onto the Macclesfield Canal with the walking routes beyond including The Middlewood Way and across to local and National treasure, Lyme Park and Hall. Given all this though, Elm Beds Road is just off the top of Coppice Road and is still convenient for POYNTON VILLAGE.
- You enter the property via the feature entrance porch and into the hallway with stairs to first floor and into the 29` LIVING/DINING ROOM with oriel window to the rear and with French style window to the side opening to the rear garden. There is an attractive feature fireplace here too with brick built surround and recess housing the cast iron stove and log burner. The STUDY/SNUG is set off the living/dining room and has window to the rear elevation. As is the MODERN DINING KITCHEN with attractive white suite having twin aspect to the front and side and stable door opening to the side, this is a super room with modern fitted goods and some super built in cupboards to a feature wall including the fridge, freezer and washing machine area. The BATHROOM is also set on this floor to the front with modern 3 piece suite including shower bath with tiled walls, this room is set off the entrance hall.
- This attractive detached home with cream rendered elevations also has the date mark set onto the front elevation stating 1820, a very different England to the one the property looks out on from that of today. A turbulent time, the Regency Period was a period when the cruelly named `Mad King`, King George III was deemed unfit to rule and his son ruled in proxy as Prince Regent until his death in 1820, when the Prince Regent became George IV. All this takes place just a few short years after Jane Austen has died too, makes you think...
- The property has gas fired heating and double glazed windows being partly leaded.
- There are ATTRACTIVE LANDSCAPED GARDENS to 3 sides with cobbled parking area and steps at the rear leading up to a gate which opens onto the tow path and the canal, a super feature! There is also a built in shed to the side at the rear.
***Please Note: In addition to the garden space owned by the property, the further gravelled drive area and garden space to the rear of the gravelled area are rented from a neighbour. This long standing arrangement has been in place for many years now, for both our present client (who moved in 1994) and also for the previous owners before this we understand. However, to note this additional area of land is not available to buy.
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.
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