'The Secret Garden' is a stylish and contemporary property that sits on the very fringe of Altrincham's rejuvenated town centre. Despite lying within such close proximity of the shops, restaurants and train station, the property is tucked away in a quiet and private setting on picturesque Osborne Place, just off The Downs. It is ideal for those who seek the convenience of town centre living without compromising on privacy and security.
The property has been constructed by renowned local developer Novo Property Group, who have been involved in a number of other prestigious schemes in the area. In The Secret Garden they have designed a unique property that offers sophisticated living that will appeal to a broad range of prospective purchasers including those who are downsizing from larger homes in the area but who are not ready for apartment living. As the name suggests, there is a delightful and extremely private garden which is perfect for al fresco entertaining. The garden is accessed directly from bi folding doors in the large open plan living/dining/kitchen. There are three excellent sized bedrooms and two stylish bath/shower rooms. Unusually for a property that is located in such a central position there is secure off road parking.
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The apartment forms part of a small development on Osborne Place, a quiet cul-de-sac just off The Downs. The property lies within a stroll of the shops/restaurants, the market hall and train station in Altrincham's rejuvenated town centre - perfect for those who seek the convenience of town centre living without compromising on privacy and security. The property also lies within walking distance of Hale Village with its independent shops and boutiques.
From Altrincham Bus and Train Station, turn left and continue along Stamford New Road. Continue through the two sets of traffic lights where the road becomes Railway Street. At the next set of traffic lights bear right into The Downs. Continue up The Downs and Osborne Place will be seen on the right hand side.
An oversized hardwood entrance door, leads into a centralised hallway. Access spreads off to the bedrooms and bathrooms. At the end of the hall unveils the open plan, living, kitchen, dining space. A herringbone oak floor is laid throughout the main areas, below a tall skirting board, and wide architraves.
The main living area is a tranquil, indulgent space. Tall ceilings are highlighted with backlight LED lighting. The room benefits from a lot of natural light, with bi-folding doors onto the secret garden, and a roof lantern centrally positioned above the kitchen.
Highly functional U shaped layout
German made 18mm Cabinets
Bespoke painted doors
Brushed steel handles
Quartz worktop and up-stand
Integrated NEFF Appliances
Blanco Sink & Tap
Porcelain floor and wall tiles
White Duravit Bathroom suite
Duravit Walll Mounted Vanity Unit & Mirror
Wall mounted WC with concealed flush and
soft close seat
Thermostatic Ideal Aqualis shower
Herringbone oak flooring
Tall skirting boards & wide architrave detailing
Sumptuous carpeting to bedrooms
Brushed steel sockets and light switches
Stainless steel with brushed satin inlay ironmongery
Media and BT points
Low energy down lighters
Recessed LED lighting (in main living are)
NOVO PROPERTY GROUP
Novo Property Group, an innovative and highly regarded local developer are behind the scheme. Novo have developed a number of landmark sites in Altrincham such as 'Victoria House' and 'The Tannery' and have played a significant part in increasing the number of residential units in the town centre itself, which in turn which has helped fuel the thriving social scene that Altrincham now enjoys.
Careful consideration has gone into how to seamlessly join the internal and external spaces. A low threshold elegantly crosses over into paved area. Offering a private sanctuary, in a central town centre location. Materials have been selected that
require minimal maintenance, designed for maximum enjoyment.
The building work is expected to be completed in January 2018.