- Four Bedroom Semi-Detached House
- Double Glazed Throughout
- Off-Road Parking
- Ideal Family Home
- Cul-de-Sac Location
- Well Maintained Rear Garden
- In Catchment for Trafford's Schools
- Utility Room
- En Suite to Master Bedroom
Property SummaryWell proportioned and extended four-bedroom semi-detached property located on a quiet Cul-de-Sac, just off of Heyes Lane, Timperley. This ideal family home is also within the catchment of Trafford's renowned Grammar Schools.
SUMMARY DESCRIPTION Well proportioned and extended four-bedroom semi-detached property located on a quiet cul-de-sac, off of Heyes Lane. The property offers a beautifully maintained rear garden and retains a portion of the garage prefect for storage, utility room and conservatory.
There is off-road parking to the front of the property; an impressive open-plan shaker style kitchen/diner; lounge; en-suite to the master bedroom; and modern family bathroom. This ideal family home is also within the catchment of Trafford's renowned Grammar Schools and several sought after primary schools.
ENTRANCE HALL 6' 5" x 13' 11" (1.98m x 4.26m) The property is entered from the front drive via a uPVC double glazed door leading into a porch. From the porch a further hardwood half glazed door leads to the entrance hall. The entrance hall is fitted with solid wood parquet flooring; a double panel radiator; a pendant light fitting; under stairs cupboard for storage; wooden panelled door with glazed upper panels to kitchen/diner and lounge; and a carpeted balustrade staircase to first floor accommodation.
LOUNGE 12' 3" x 24' 11" (3.75m x 7.62m) The lounge is bright and spacious for entertaining guests or relaxing with your family. This room offers floods of natural light via uPVC double glazed sliding doors to the conservatory and a uPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect. The lounge features solid oak wood flooring; two sets of multi-directional spot lights; a gas fire with decorative surround; two double panelled radiators; and ample room for a three piece suite and coffee table.
KITCHEN/DINER 22' 8" x 12' 10" (6.92m x 3.92m) Accessed via a wooden panelled door with glazed upper panels, the kitchen-diner is an impressive dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed window to the rear garden. There is entrance to under-stairs larder through painted wooden door; entrance to garage/store room through wooden panelled door; and entrance to the utility room via a wooden panelled door with glazed upper panels. This impressive shaker style kitchen, fitted by cottage kitchens, offers matching base and eye level storage units with granite worktops over; recessed ceramic one and a half bowl sink unit with chrome mixer tap over; and recessed induction hob with extractor fan over.
The kitchen includes a range of integral appliances, including a full size dishwasher; fitted oven with combination microwave oven above and warming drawer below; under counter fridge; and full-height freezer. The kitchen offers recessed spot lighting; Karndean flooring with kickspace fan heater below the hob and wall mounted double panel radiator at the dining end.
UTILITY ROOM 12' 0" x 5' 5" (3.66m x 1.67m) The utility room is reached from the kitchen/diner. This room is the perfect place for hiding the washing out of sight, or letting your dog dry off after a muddy walk. This room comprises of uPVC double glazed window to the rear garden; ceramic tiled flooring; strip lighting; recessed one bowl stainless steel sink unit, with chrome mixer tap over; Worcester combination boiler; plumbing and ample space for washing machine and tumble dryer. From the utility room, you also have access to the rear garden via a uPVC double glazed door.
MASTER BEDROOM 12' 2" x 16' 3" (3.71m x 4.96m) From the first floor landing you enter the large master bedroom. This room benefits from a large uPVC double glazed window to front aspect; wood effect laminate flooring; pendant light fitting; two wall mounted light fittings; double panel radiator; wooden panelled door leading to the en-suite; and ample space for double bed, dressing table and bedside tables.
ENSUITE 12' 0" x 6' 7" (3.68m x 2.02m) Located off the master bedroom is an en-suite bathroom. The bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite, comprising of: low-level WC; panelled bath tub with chrome thermostatic shower system over; pedestal hand wash basin; double panel radiator; wood effect laminate flooring; two wall mounted double light fittings; extractor fan; two uPVC frosted glass windows to the side and rear aspect; and part tiled walls.
BEDROOM TWO 12' 2" x 12' 9" (3.73m x 3.90m) Bedroom two is again another good sized double bedroom. This room is fitted with a uPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect; wood effect laminate flooring; a single panel radiator; multi-directional spotlights; and ample space for a double bed, bedside tables and wardrobe.
BEDROOM THREE 11' 3" x 12' 5" (3.43m x 3.80m) The third bedroom is another large double bedroom. This room is fitted with a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect; wood effect laminate flooring; a double panel radiator; a multi-directional spotlights; and ample space for a double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers and wardrobe.
BEDROOM FOUR 8' 3" x 7' 7" (2.53m x 2.33m) The fourth bedroom is a single bedroom, currently being used as a children's room. This room is large enough for a full size single bed, and would be perfectly suited to a baby's room, or home office. The fourth bedroom is again fitted with wood effect laminate flooring; a pendant light fitting; a double panel radiator and a uPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect.
FAMILY BATHROOM 7' 11" x 6' 6" (2.43m x 2.00m) The family bathroom is located off the first flooring landing and has a uPVC double glazed frosted glass window to the rear aspect. The bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite, comprising of: low-level WC; pedestal hand wash basin with mirrors fronted cabinet over; a panelled bath tub with glazed shower screen and chrome thermostatic shower system over. The bathroom also benefits from tiled flooring; part-tiled walls; multi-directional spotlights; an extractor fan and a wall mounted chrome heated towel rail.
EXTERIOR To the front of the property lies a paved driveway, offering off-road parking for two vehicles. The front drive is enclosed to the side by low-level timber panelled fencing.
To the rear of the property is a private garden, which can be accessed via the utility room or conservatory. This impressive rear garden is part paved, with two circular lawned areas to the rear of the garden. It has been maintained to an excellent standard with well stocked borders filled with mature shrubs and trees. Also featuring a paved seating area adjacent to the house. The rear garden is enclosed by timber panelled fencing.
COMMON QUESTIONS 1.When was this property built?
The vendor has advised that they believe this property was built in 1956.
2. Why is the vendor selling the property?
The vendors are looking to downsize and would like to be in a more rural area.
3. Has the vendor carried out at work recently?
The property was significantly extended over two stories in 1991 to add a garage, utility room, master bedroom and en-suite. The property was then further extended in 2012 to create a larger kitchen-diner. At this time the vendors replaced the kitchen, and all new integrated appliances were installed. All relevant local authority permission was obtained at the time.
4. Is this property freehold or leasehold?
This property is currently leasehold, but with no service charge and ground rent of just £8.50 per annum. There is a very long lease of 943 years left on the property and the freehold is owned by G. H. Brown. This can easily be purchased during the transaction and was last quoted at under £200.
5. When was the boiler last serviced?
The vendor has advised us that the boiler is in good working order. The boiler is serviced annually on a service contract, this was last done in August 2020.
6. What is the broadband speed like in this area?
The vendor has advised us that the broadband speed is excellent in the area and fibre optic is available here. The vendors currently have an upload speed of 21Mbps and a download speed of 362 Mbps.
7. Is the vendor willing to include any furniture or white goods?
The vendor intends to include the integrated white goods, carpets, and fixtures and fittings.
8. How much is the council tax for this property?
This property is rated as a band E. At present in Trafford, this is £2010 per annum.
9. Who lives next door?
The vendor has advised us that the neighbouring properties are occupied by pleasant families and couples. The cul-de-sac is a very quiet and friendly community.
10. Is this property listed in conservation area?
No, this property is not located within a current conservation area.
11. Is there access to the loft space for storage, has it been boarded?
Yes, there is access to the loft space, and it has been part-boarded for storage.
12. What are the vendor's favourite aspects of the property?
The vendors have loved living here and have informed us that their favourite aspects of the house are:
1) Quiet and secluded cul-de-sac location, perfect for children.
2) The impressive open-plan shaker style kitchen/diner, fitted by cottage kitchens.
3) Large master bedroom with three-piece en-suite bathroom
4) The beautiful garden that the vendors have enjoyed keeping well maintained.