- Four bedrooms
- Period property
- Beautiful interior
- Two car driveway
- Large cellars
- Semi detached
- Excellent location
- Large open plan kitchen diner
- Master ensuite
In the search for a sizeable period home, large family rooms, original features and a generous cellar are always top of the list. This four bedroom family home offers all that and more. Tall ceilings, detailed coving and original fireplaces can be found all over this Bury New Road home.
Set back from the road with a two car driveway, the modest exterior of this home is deceiving as three floors of accommodation lie beyond the front door.
Step into the grand hallway there's original detail with every step; Victorian floor tiles, ornate cornices and a beautifully carved banister leading you all the way up to the first floor.
To the ground floor there are two reception spaces downstairs, one large but very cosy lounge to the front, containing a log burning stove and to the rear, a dining room – both rooms complete with sanded wooden floorboards.
To the rear of the property, the star of the show is the open plan kitchen diner. The ideal layout for modern family life, the extensive kitchen features lots of storage and worktop space, including an seating at the breakfast bar. This impressive space overlooks the beautiful gardens and sliding doors pull back to bring the outside in.
Outside, this staggered garden offers nooks and crannies to sit and relax, a large decked area and step down to the lawn. This low maintenance space is neatly presented.
The basement floor has two rooms, the first, kitted out as a home gym and the second a generous utility.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms. The master sits on at the front of the property. This bedroom enjoys a shower ensuite. There is a second double bedroom, two single rooms and a family bathroom.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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