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Sandiway Road, Altrincham

£300,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 10480
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Two Double Bedroom Terrace House
  • Private Rear Patio Garden
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Ten Minute Walk to Altrincham Town Center
  • Near Navigation Road and Altrincham Metro Link Stations
  • Ideal Home for a Young Couple
  • Beautiful Period Features
  • Built in 1806
  • Range Cooker
  • Nearby to John Leigh Park

Property Summary

A beautiful period terrace constructed in 1806! Offering two double bedrooms, separate lounge and dining room, private rear patio garden and off-road parking. Just ten minutes walk to Altrincham town center. This is an ideal home for a couple or small family. Viewing highly recommended.

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SUMMARY DESCRIPTION Viewing available for this property on Wednesday 26th of June 4.30pm - 6.30pm and Saturday 29th from 10.30am - 12.30pm. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

A beautiful period terrace, built in 1806! Offering two large double bedrooms and a separate lounge and dining room. This property offers off-road parking and a private rear courtyard garden. The house retains it's original period features including large sash windows and a range style cooker in the dining room. This quaint property would be an ideal buy-to-let purchase or a perfect home for a young couple.

The property offers easy access to transport links and local amenities with Altrincham town center just a ten minute walk away and Navigation Road metro link station also within ten to fifteen minutes walk.

ENTRANCE HALL The entrance hall is reached via a hard wood period door leading from the front drive, with semi circular window over. The entrance hall offers solid wood floor boards; a pendant light fitting; a single paneled radiator; hard wood paneled doors leading to lounge and under stairs storage cupboard, plus an opening leading to the dining room. There is also space for coat hooks and shoe storage rack.

LOUNGE 11' 11" x 12' 8" (3.65m x 3.88m) The lounge offers continued wooden floor boards; a large sash window facing the front aspect; a stunning period cast iron fireplace with decorative tiles and wooden surround; a single paneled radiator; a pendant light fitting; Television and telephone points; and ample space for two sofas, a coffee table and storage shelves or cabinets.

DINING ROOM 12' 2" x 10' 0" (3.73m x 3.05m) The dining room is accessed via an opening from the entrance hall and allows access to the kitchen via an opening; and to the first floor accommodation via a carpeted stair case. This room is bright and spacious with natural light entering from French doors leading to the rear patio garden. The dining room benefits from tiled flooring; a double paneled radiator; a pendant light fitting; a range style cooker with a tiled splash back; build in storage cupboards and draws with space for an American style fridge-freezer.

KITCHEN 6' 11" x 5' 10" (2.12m x 1.78m) The kitchen offers a window to the side aspect; tiled flooring; matching base and eye level storage units with wooden worktops over; five ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor fan over; tiled splash back; large recessed Belfast sink with flexible multifunction chrome tap; ample chrome power points and opening to dining room.

MASTER BEDROOM 12' 0" x 16' 7" (3.68m x 5.06m) A large master bedroom with sash window to front aspect; single paneled radiator; carpeted flooring; pendant light fitting; farm house style door with latch.

BEDROOM TWO 10' 1" x 10' 4" (3.09m x 3.16m) The second double bedroom benefits from carpeted flooring; two windows to rear aspect; a fitted wardrobes across with bi-folding doors and one with a mirror fronted door; along side the wardrobe is fitted shelving; a single paneled radiator; and a pendant light fitting.

BATHROOM 5' 2" x 7' 1" (1.60m x 2.18m) The bathroom offers a window to the rear aspect; a large paneled bath with shower over and glazed shower screen and tiled splash back; a pedestal hand wash basin with tiled splash back; low-level WC; a storage cupboard with a combi boiler and shelving; there is also a single paneled radiator.

EXTERNAL To the front of the house is a good sized driveway which is laid with cobbles and enclosed from the adjacent properties by a tall hedge on each side; in additional to parking of-road on the drive, residents can obtain a residents parking permit to park on the street and can also purchase guest parking permits which are very inexpensive.

To the rear of the property lie a paved patio garden which is accessed via French doors from the dining room. This space is enclosed by a tall brick wall offering ample privacy. The patio garden allows access to a gate leading behind the row of terraces for bin storage and to allow rear access to the property if required. Within the rear garden is a small wooden lead to which houses the washing machine and offers additional storage space.

COMMON QUESTIONS 1. When was this property built?

The property was built in 1806, which is the Georgian Era. This property retains a wealth of original period features.

2. Is this property freehold or leasehold?

The vendor has informed us that this property is freehold, so there is no ground rent or service charge.

3. How much do the utility bills cost at this house?

The current Council tax band for this property is band D, which is costs £1,567.47 per annum in 2019. These rates can be revised annually and some discounts are available.

4. What is the internet speed like in this location?

The vendor has advised us that the broadband speed is very fast and fiber optic internet is available in this location.

5. How soon could a purchase be completed?

The property is currently tenanted and the owner will be moving overseas. Therefore, the transaction should be relatively swift and based on the desired timescale of the correct buyer.

6. Which aspects of this property has the owner most enjoyed?

The vendor purchased this property as he loved the properties unique character offered by it's age and associated history. He has also enjoyed the open fire and using the Aga, which gives this property a homely and cosy feel.