Boasting a generous garden, very rarely seen in such a fabulous and central Didsbury location is this most handsome period home, dating from CIRCA 1860. Boasting extensive accommodation over 4 floors including full height cellars, this unusual home is one of the oldest in the area and offers excellent room sizes owing to the extra wide plot. Whilst the property would benefit from a general program of decorative modernisation throughout, there is no doubt this will appeal to the market having been sensibly priced and bearing in mind the gardens which are bound to excite the family buyer!
The accommodation comprises a spacious entrance hall, bay fronted dining room, a huge 19 ft wide lounge which enjoys triple aspect windows, a characterful kitchen/ diner with a much loved aga, a garden room extension and separate utility room with patio doors leading out to the rear gardens.
On the first floor the split level landing leads to the large master bedroom which also enjoys the triple aspect windows to the side, the second bedroom which spans the whole width of the house at the front, the third bedroom positioned towards the rear and the family bathroom.
On the second floor is another double bedroom with access into the roof space and a useful shower room/ WC.
At basement level there are 2 large full height chambers with access via steps to the outside from the side chamber, plus the smaller original coal store chamber.
Externally you will find a generous garden frontage which extends to the side of the house giving ample off road parking owing to the unusually wide plot. The rear gardens are lovely with paved patio areas adjacent to the rear of the house leading on to lawned sections and a number of characterful and mature garden areas bound to appeal to families and those with green fingers!
- Square Metrage: 2340.97 m²
- Tenure: Freehold
- Sat Nav Directions: M20 2QW