Standing on a favourable corner plot position, this most handsome 1930's semi detached property demands an early inspection to avoid disappointment.
Boasting many selling features, which include a brick built detached garage and a tasteful internal décor, this ideal family home in brief comprises: entrance vestibule, inviting hallway with a W.C. off, front reception room with a lovely walk-in bay window which has the 'Sun Burst' stained glass design, rear lounge with a multi fuel fire inset to the chimney breast, morning room with an additional side bay window and a stylish fitted kitchen with modern units, complimentary work surfaces and a Belfast sink. Turning staircase leading to the first-floor landing with original Pine doors to three bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom. The current owners have sympathetically restored the property in recent years. The balance of the 1930's features and modern components really works well. The original features include: stained glass entrance door and windows, picture rail borders, stripped pine floorboards and doors. Externally there are gardens to three sides and a driveway creating off the road car parking, which runs to an attractive 16 foot x 9 foot brick built detached garage.
Zoned for reputable Primary and Secondary schools, Napier Road is a sought-after postcode in the heart of Heaton Moor. All local amenities including the fashionable bars and restaurants are within strolling distance and Heaton Chapel train station is just down the road, which provides direct links into Manchester City Centre and beyond.