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Broadstone Hall Road North, Heaton Chapel, Stockport, SK4

Guide Price £425,000

A truly exceptional and extended three bed 1930s-style family home on Broadstone Hall Road North in Heaton Chapel, offered to the market on a commanding corner plot leaving little to be desired inside and out. The property has been sympathetically improved throughout and now enjoys a seamless blend of character and contemporary throughout presenting the next owner with a 'turn-key' condition home in a very popular setting. An internal inspection is essential to appreciate the quality of home on offer – a true Heatons gem!

Broadstone Hall Road North is ideally situated off of the main roads in Heaton Chapel, but within easy walking and driving distance to a host of local amenities to include an array of retail outlets and shops in Reddish, Heaton Chapel itself, and transport links into and out of Manchester via road or rail. The property is also zoned for highly reputable primary and secondary schools making it particularly attractive to growing families. The property is also within easy

Entering through the front porch, the property itself is briefly comprised of: entrance hallway with understairs cupboard that includes a downstairs WC, a spacious living room to the front with a south-facing characteristic bay window that enjoys the sun through the day and an Inglenook-style fireplace, a second versatile reception room to the rear that currently serves as an office that enjoys the sun in the morning and French Doors opening onto the garden, an open-plan kitchen/diner spanning almost 20' deep that features a rustic 'shaker-style' kitchen with a full range of integrated and freestanding appliances included that is well-lit by two skylights and a separate utility area plumbed in for utilities to the side. Completing the floor is a downstairs wet-room that is fully-tiled that could be used in tandem with the rear reception room to offer accessible downstairs living for those with mobility issues.

The downstairs enjoys a myriad of original and restored features such as the original floorboards and stairs that ooze character and effortlessly fit in with the rest of the aesthetics in the home. There are also beautiful log-burners in the office area and dining rooms adding to the cosey feel of the home.

The sanded wooden stairs leading to the first floor grant access to all rooms upstairs via the original restored four-panel 1930s doors. Three double bedrooms that are well-proportioned and ideal for the growing family offer ample accommodation with the two to the front enjoying bay/Oriel-style windows. The family bathroom completes the floor with a tasteful three-piece suite and Victorian-style heated towel rail. There is a drop-down ladder on the landing granting access to a large boarded loft with electric that offers extra opportunity for internal storage.

Externally, there are gardens to three sides: to the front, low-maintenance shale, to the side a strip of lawn, and to the rear a combination of flags and raised shale area that enjoys the sun throughout the day and also offers off-street parking on the driveway with extra parking and storage in the detached garage, which also enjoys an electric supply. This is secured by large double gates fitted by the owners since moving in.
  • Square Meterage: 106 m²
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Sat Nav Directions: SK4 5LA
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