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Ventnor Road, Heaton Moor

£1,250 PCM Fees Apply

Oozing charm and character is this beautifully presented three double bedroom period terrace house located in the centre of Heaton Moor village.
Located over 4 floors the property offers stylish accommodation with a host of original features.
The house opens up to a grand entrance hallway with stripped wooden flooring, there is a large, bay fronted lounge area with opulent cast iron feature fireplace, a spacious dining room with serving hatch to the kitchen which is fully fitted with a range of appliances and door leading outside.
To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, both with large windows and original fireplaces and a well presented bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower cubicle.
The attic space has been renovated to provide a large third bedroom with velux style window.
There is also the added benefit of a cellar chamber housing the washing machine and providing storage.
Outside, there is an L-shaped decked area providing a country-style rear courtyard and a small garden to the front.
The property is offered on a part-furnished basis (as seen) and is available immediately.
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ROOM DIMENSIONS Room Dimensions

Entrance Hall (8.18m X 1.70m)

With panelled door with stained glass inset and brass effect door furniture, stairs to first floor landing with stripped banister rail and wooden panelling to side, parquet flooring, radiator, high cornice ceiling, stripped panelled doors to all rooms, stripped panelled door to cellars.

Lounge (4.60m X 3.73m)

Walk in bay window to front, high cornice ceiling, picture rail, feature cast iron fireplace with quarry tiled hearth, television point, double radiator.

Dining Room (4.47m ( to window) X 3.10m)

Window to rear with Lancashire light over, double radiator, feature cast iron fireplace, stripped and polished floor boards, space for dining table and chairs, serving hatch to kitchen.

Breakfast Kitchen (3.66m X 2.95m ( including chimney breast))

Fitted with a range of base and eye level units with rounded edge work surfaces incorporating stainless steel one and half bowl single drainer sink unit with chrome mixer tap over, Homark stainless steel four ringed gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood over and stainless steel Homark built in oven below, space for fridge/freezer, breakfast bar with room for stools below, part tiled walls, window to side, panelled door to rear with stained glass inset, double radiator.

From entrance hall stripped panelled door with descending staircase to:

Cellars

Room One (4.60m X 3.78m)

With 7'9" ceiling height, window to front, concrete floor, light and power, plumbing for washing machine, Vokera Maxin Combination gas central heating boiler.

Room Two (4.11m X 1.07m)

Concrete floor, storage space.

From entrance hall stairs to:

First Floor Landing (4.09m X 1.70m)

With stripped panelled doors to all rooms, stripped banister rail, turning stairs to second floor landing.

Bedroom One (4.93m X 3.86m)

Three windows to front, high cornice ceiling, double radiator, feature cast iron fireplace, ample space for free-standing bedroom furniture.

Bedroom Two (3.99m X 3.10m)

Window to rear, high ceiling, feature cast iron fireplace, double radiator, space for free-standing bedroom furniture.

Bathroom (3.66m X 2.95m)

A particularly spacious bathroom with four piece period style suite comprising roll top bath with claw feet and period style chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, double enclosed tiled shower cubicle with chrome shower unit, large pedestal wash hand basin with 'Grohe' chrome taps, low level WC, patterned window to rear, double radiator, patterned windows to side and rear.

From first floor landing turning stairs to:

Second Floor Landing (1.83m X 1.55m)

With double glazed skylight window to rear, panelled door to:

Bedroom Three (4.98m X 4.62m)

With part angled ceiling, dormer window to front, feature cast iron fireplace, television point, telephone point, ample space for free-standing bedroom furniture.

Outside

The property is situated on road of period terraces in the heart of Heaton Moor within strolling distance of the Village centre. There is brick boundary walling to front, path and steps to main entrance. Formal, hard landscaped gardens to front, wrought iron fencing to side.

To the rear is an attractive, decked, courtyard garden enclosed by white washed brick boundary walling and timber gate giving access to beyond.

NB. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ESTATE AGENTS ACT 1979 WE ARE INFORMING YOU THAT THE VENDOR OF THIS PROPERTY IS INVOLVED IN ESTATE AGENCY WORK.

Please note these particulars have been prepared as a general guidance only. A survey has not been carried out, nor services, appliances or fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. Floor plans are for guidance and illustration only and may not be to scale. Neither Julian Wadden & Co, nor the vendor, accept any responsibility in respect of these particulars and if there are any matters likely to affect your decision to buy please consult your legal representative.

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