- Two bedrooms
- Period home
- Original wooden flooring
- Sunny south facing courtyard
- Tardis terrace
- Excellent location
- Bright spacious rooms
- Original sash windows
Jennie Platt Estates loves! Tardis terraces, and this gorgeous period home does not disappoint! Milton Road is a firm favourite in Prestwich, lined with period terraces and semi detached homes. Just 0.5 miles to the glorious Heaton Park and Metrolink and the delights of Prestwich Village are a short walk away.
Charm and character are in plentiful supply in this two bedroom terrace, easy to spot from your arrival, a pillar box red door greets you and inside, high ceilings, statement fireplaces and original wooden floors.
The ground floor, has a lounge to the front, the perfect cosy retreat, with carpeted floors and a large feature fireplace. The heart of the home has to be the dining room through to the kitchen. The light drencehes the dining room and this is the perfect spot for entertaining, this leads straight into the kitchen. Lined with fitted units, making the most of every space, and the original tiled floor is a delight!
The outside space is what we fondly refer to as a "Yard-en", the typical yard that comes with a terrace home, but given a modern twist, a raised decking area the ideal spot to dine alfresco and easily brightened up with some colourful leafy pots.
Upstairs, there are two good size bedrooms, the master is a roomy double, with a handy built in storage space. This gorgeous room is made complete with the original fireplace. The second room is ideal as a guest room, nursery or home workspace. The bathrooms is also a great size, the walls are Metro tiled with a shower over the bath. A picture perfect home in an ideal location!
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