Charming 1930s semi-detached home with four well-proportioned bedrooms set in South-westerly facing rear gardens
This charming four bedroom 1930's semi-detached home is conveniently positioned for Wilmslow town centre and is set in an enviable south-westerly facing plot. The recently extended property provides 1,518 sq ft of spacious accommodation and offers further potential for development and extension (subject to the relevant consents).
The property is entered via an open porch into a generous hallway with downstairs cloakroom and WC. To the right of the hallway is the bay fronted living room which retains several original period features including picture rails, coving and a charming cast iron open fireplace. The highlight of the accommodation is the impressive living/kitchen/diner with underfloor heating, vaulted ceilings, sky lights and two sets of patio doors that open out onto the garden. The modern kitchen is appointed with a large kitchen island, a mix of handle less gloss and walnut style units, cashmere granite work surfaces and a comprehensive range of integrated Siemens and Bosch appliances including, double oven, six ring gas hob, microwave and dishwasher. Completing the ground floor is a useful utility room with sink, space for a washing machine, dryer and access direct to the garden.
To the first floor there are four well-proportioned bedrooms, two of which benefit from fitted wardrobes and house bathroom. The loft space is boarded with plastered ceiling and walls, has a sky light window and is well suited for conversion should a buyer be seeking to add another floor of accommodation (subject to relevant consents).
Externally the property is approached via a tegular block driveway with ample parking for multiple cars and a gate. To the rear the fully enclosed south-westerly facing garden is mainly laid to lawn and benefit from a high degree of privacy. A stone patio adjoining the house is the perfect space for outdoor entertaining.
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A stunning family home with further potentialSofia Da Silva