Heyes Lane

Alderley Edge, Cheshire, SK9 7LA
£650,000   Guide price (£650,000 )


This timelessly attractive 1930's semi-detached home is a hidden gem. Sitting in an elevated position set back from the road, the property enjoys enviable views towards ‘The Edge'. Although now requiring modernisation, the spacious accommodation extends to around 1,700 Sq Ft. Parking and generous gardens are to the rear.

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Further Information

Alderley Edge train station: 6 minute walk (0.3miles), Wilmslow town centre: 1.8 miles, Handforth Dean: 4.4 miles, Manchester International Airport: 6.4 miles, Manchester city centre: 14.7miles


Set in an elevated position off Heyes Lane the property is conveniently placed only 0.3 miles from the village amenities and open countryside. The village centre offers excellent restaurants, bistros and bars as well as two supermarkets and a range of specialist shops. Larger shopping and recreational facilities such as Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, golf clubs and fitness centres are within a 10-minute drive.

The village primary school, The Ryleys and Alderley Edge School for Girls are all within walking distance.

The property is well placed for easy access to the M56 and A34 for commuters to Manchester and the North West commercial centres. Manchester Airport lies 6.4 miles away. The railway station in the village offers a 29 minute service to Manchester Piccadilly and a 10 minute service to Manchester Airport. London Euston can be reached from Wilmslow train station in under 2 hours.


This timelessly attractive 1930's semi-detached home is a hidden gem. Sitting in an elevated position set back from the road, the property enjoys enviable views towards ‘The Edge'. Constructed of rendered elevations surmounted by a stone slate roof with cottage style timber casement windows, this delightful property exudes charm and character. Extending to around 1,700 Sq Ft, the property offers a well balanced traditional layout with generous proportions to many of the rooms. Although now requiring modernisation, the property represents a very original example of a one owner 1930's home and is therefore a rare find. There is excellent potential for extension and remodelling, subject to the relevant consents.

The accommodation is entered through a side porch into a spacious ‘L shaped' hallway with original oak flooring, under-stairs storage and stairs to the first floor. There are three well proportioned reception rooms off the hall; the living room and dining room benefit from their original fireplaces and a south westerly aspect towards ‘The Edge'. The morning room with original fitted cupboards in turn leads through to the kitchen with pantry/utility room. A rear porch connects the kitchen to the downstairs w.c. and a useful storage room, completing the ground floor accommodation.

To the first floor the galleried landing is bathed in natural light from the oversized landing window whilst leading to the bathroom, w.c., box room and the four bedrooms. Original fireplaces are in three of the bedrooms. The front two bedrooms are favoured with elevated views.

Externally to the front there are mature gardens which are laid to a flat lawn with well stocked borders sloping down towards Heyes Lane alongside the pathway providing pedestrian access. Vehicular access is granted off Davey Lane from a shared driveway which in turn leads to a private parking area, derelict garaging and the rear gardens which directly adjoin the property. The rear gardens are of a good sized and mainly laid to lawn with established hedging to either side.

Only upon viewing will one truly appreciate all this charming property has to offer.

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Contact Property Agent

Andrew Thorpe

Savills Wilmslow

6 Water Lane




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