We are extremely pleased to have taken instruction in the sale of this traditional 1930's semi detached property, which has benefitted from two extensions to the rear and a loft conversion internally, and now provides deceptively spacious yet substantial three / four bedroom accommodation. The first extension at the rear was a double storey extension, increasing the size of the lounge, kitchen, bathroom and second bedroom. The second extension has then extended the dining kitchen further and also provided a utility room.
There is a small garden frontage to the property with a driveway to its left hand side and an attached single garage, which also has a door at the rear, allowing access from the front of the property to the garden at the rear. The rear garden is certainly not expected, its over 100 ft in length and an ideal and safe environment for the children to play. Having said that there is extensive space to landscape the garden and create garden/entertaining spaces and rooms.
The property is situated on the ever popular St. Anns Road and is extremely convenient that everything that Prestwich has to offer.
The village centre with its increasingly eclectic mix of bars, cafes and restaurants together with its many independent and corporate retailers is literally only a short walk away. Manchester City Centre is about 15 minutes away and is easily accessibly by either car, bus or tram and for those needing to travel further afield, the M60/M62/M66 motorway networks are all on the Prestwich/Whitefield border at jct 17 of the M60.
The property is heated by gas central heating and the vendors inform us that a new boiler was installed in 2017, it is also fully double glazed and vacant possession is being offered, so there is no onward chain - so should be a nice easy transaction.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance porch through to the hallway with its staircase off to the left hand side and doors off to the dining kitchen at the rear and the reception rooms to the right hand side. The bay windowed dining room is to the front and opens through to the extended lounge area with its laminated flooring and patio doors to the rear garden. The chimney breast in the lounge area has been recessed and now housed a decorative gas fire.
The dining kitchen is to the side of the lounge area and is quite spacious at ove 20ft in length, with its laminated flooring, fitted units to two elevations and with its integrated appliances to be included, there are doors from this area into the rear of the garage and sloe the utility room at the rear.
On the first floor you have access to all three bedrooms and also the extended bathroom and separate w.c. Both of the double bedrooms are generous in size and from the front bedroom runs a second staircase to the loft conversion which has a velux window to the rear and also a central heating radiator.
(If you wanted to make the front bedroom more private and give independent access to the loft conversion, it would be quite easy and cost effective to create a stud wall to the side of the staircase and also a separate door opening to the front bedroom)
The bathroom at the rear is like the rest of the property, very generous in proportion and is currently a wet room with shower, bidet, wash hand basin and w.c., but with a second w.c. adjacent this could be the ideal opportunity to combine the two and create a huge 'WOW' factor bathroom.
This is a very spacious family home which in places may require a little TLC but I feel the potential and opportunities with this property are potential and would strongly recommend making an early appointment to view.