OIEO £275,000 - Available

  • Three bedroom detached
  • Driveway
  • Large utility
  • Fantastic garden
  • Village location
  • Vastly extended
  • Open plan kitchen breakfast room
  • Downstairs wet room
  • Lots of potential

A unique family home on Droughts Lane, Simister. In a much sought after location, a charming Village location, yet being a short drive to the M60 links, walking distance to Heaton Park and a short drive the City Centre, and in a great spot for local schools.

This much loved family home has an impressive, imposing exterior, typical of a 1930`s build, there are large curved bay windows, in addition, a front garden and driveway.

Generously extended over the years to fit the family`s needs, now stands a unique and versatile space with lots of potential.

The ground floor includes a lounge to the front. A kitchen and breakfast room, which leads to a large dining room overlooking the rear garden. There is a generous utility room and ground floor wet room. The part garage is perfect for additional storage and there is a large self-contained room accessible from the front of the property which would be ideal as a workspace, benefiting from heating and power and would easily lend itself to be converted into a usable part of the home.

Outside, there is an extensive garden, large lawns and colourful borders, well maintained and ready to be enjoyed.

Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, to the front, benefits from a large bay window, and the double room to the rear has stunning views over the rear gardens. The third bedroom is a single. There is a bathroom which is modern, tiled throughout with a shower over the bath and a separate WC.

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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