An exceptional 4 double bedroom, 2 bathroom extended Period terraced with well designed cellar conversion and fabulous garden that overlooks the Timperley brook! Beautifully presented throughout, and boasting a perfect combination of period features and modern appointments; including hardwood sash windows, high gloss fitted kitchen and a striking glazed partition wall from the hallway into the dining room will ensure this fine home appeals to buyers. The town centre is also within walking distance, not to mention excellent schools for all ages!
Accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance hallway with Karndean floor that continues throughout the majority of the ground floor, Fantastic bright and spacious bay fronted Living/Dining Room with fireplace, and a generous Fitted Kitchen extends into a pleasant sitting/dining area that overlooks the rear garden and brook. The well designed cellar conversion/independent relative suite comprises of a spacious open plan Sitting Room and Kitchen with access to the garden, Double Bedroom and a well-appointed Shower room.
On the first floor there is a split level landing with useful storage cupboards, 3 excellent sized double bedrooms with open grate feature fireplaces, and a family Bathroom with 3 -piece white suite and shower over bath. Externally the delightful rear garden and patio is ideal for outside entertaining, enjoys the Timperley brook meandering by, and in all honesty you could be forgiven for forgetting just how centrally placed you are for access to the town centre, metrolink and schools!
Great location, Versatile accommodation & Not to be missed!
Original leaded glazed light above. Power point. Original hardwood door with frosted glazed inserts to:
A well presented, spacious hallway with Karndean floor. Radiator. Telephone point. Staircase to the first floor accommodation. Pedestrian access down to the converted cellar. A striking feature is a glazed internal wall between the hall and dining room together with a glazed door that opens to the reception room.
White low level WC. Pedestal wash basin with chrome mixer tap. Hardwood frosted double glazed window to the side elevation. Karndean floor. Radiator. Floor to ceiling bespoke fitted cloaks cupboards with additional storage space above.
A bright and airy, beautifully presented reception room. The living room has a hardwood double glazed sash bay window. Stunning period style wooden fireplace with coal effect living flame gas fire. TV point. Bespoke fitted bookshelves with storage cupboards beneath to either side of the chimney breast. Deep ceiling coving. Picture rail. The room then opens to:
Boasting ample space for a dining table and eight chairs. Further hardwood double glazed sash window to the rear elevation. Double radiator. Picture rail. Bespoke fitted bookshelves to one side of the chimney breast. As mentioned, the glazed internal wall into the hallway floods the room with natural light.
A well appointed kitchen fitted with floor to ceiling black high gloss units. Contrasting black granite work surfaces. 1Â½ bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. 4-ring Whirlpool gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood above. Integrated stainless steel oven and grill. Integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Granite splash backs. Karndean floor. Hardwood double glazed sash window to the side elevation. The room then opens to:
A superb, bright and spacious sitting area which benefits from two double glazed skylights and hardwood double glazed windows to the side and rear elevations. A door provides access to the rear garden and paved patio area. Double radiator.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
A split level landing with purpose built storage cupboards. Loft access with fold down ladder. The property benefits from the original stripped panelled internal wooden doors on the ground and first floors.
An exceptional double bedroom, beautifully presented with two hardwood double glazed sash windows to the front elevation. The main focal point is the original open grate feature fireplace. Bespoke fitted bookshelves to one side of the chimney breast. Radiator. Telephone point.
Another immaculate double bedroom, again with a hardwood double glazed sash window to the rear elevation providing pleasant views over Timperley Brook. Open grate period style feature fireplace. Radiator. Telephone point.
The third of the double bedrooms, again well presented with a hardwood double glazed sash window to the rear elevation providing the same pleasant views. Purpose built storage cupboard housing the combi boiler. Radiator.
White suite comprising low level WC. Pedestal wash basin with chrome mixer tap and bevel edged vanity mirror above. Shaver point and light. Panelled bath with toughened glazed shower screen, chrome mixer tap and shower over. Fully tiled with white splash back tiles and contrasting slate effect tiled floor. Hardwood frosted double glazed sash window to the side elevation. Sunken spotlights.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
A well designed, spacious cellar conversion which was formally utilised as an independent relative suite. Hand cloaks/storage cupboard.
A pleasant living area/kitchen with fitted cream high gloss wall and base units. Stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. 2-ring halogen hob with extractor hood above. Integrated Whirlpool oven. Integrated fridge. Ample space for a breakfast table and two chairs. Karndean floor. A uPVC double glazed door opens to the rear garden.
Ample space for a settee. Fireplace. TV point. Telephone point. Radiator. Karndean floor.
Double bedroom with bespoke fitted bookshelves. uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation. Radiator. Recently re-laid neutral carpet.
White suite comprising low level WC. Pedestal wash basin with chrome mixer tap. Walk-in shower cubicle with integrated seat. Splash back tiles. Radiator. Extractor fan. Sunken spotlights. Karndean floor.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OUTSIDE
To the front of the property, there is pedestrian access via a paved walkway which is complemented by raised stone retained communal borders stocked with mature shrubs and bushes. The stunning, beautifully well tended and well stocked rear garden has a stone paved patio with ample space for a large garden table and chairs. This is accessed via steps with wrought iron fencing from the dining kitchen and can also be accessed direct from the lower ground floor conversion. The remainder of the rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with shaped borders stocked with a plethora of mature shrubs and bushes. The garden also meanders down parallel with Timperley Brook. To the far end of the garden, there are well established trees, a garden shed and outside cold water supply. A handy bespoke fitted storage area is ideal for wheelie bins and is out of sight of the fantastic views this property has to offer.
TENURE & COUNCIL TAX
This property is freehold and free from chief rent and is in the Trafford Borough, Council tax - Band C (£1,249.62 pa).
Leave Altrincham via Stamford New Road, passing the railway station on the right hand side, and at the lights, turn right into Woodlands Road. At the next lights, turn right into Stockport Road, taking the next right again under the flyover. Turn second right into Linden Avenue and proceed to the end of the cul-de-sac where pedestrian access to Woodlands Road can be found.