Single glazed leaded stained glass feature window to the front elevation, stairs to first floor accommodation, double radiator, door leading to cellars, laminate flooring, original coving to ceiling, dado rail and doors leading to reception rooms and kitchen.
14' 9'' x 11' 10'' (4.49m x 3.60m)
Three double glazed bay windows to the front elevation, original coving to ceiling, beautiful and original embossed decorative ceiling, double radiator, electric fire and matching surround, deep original skirts, dado rail and wall mounted lights .
12' 9'' x 11' 9'' (3.88m x 3.58m)
French doors leading to the rear garden, coving to ceiling, radiator and ceiling fan and light.
8' 3'' x 7' 7'' (2.51m x 2.31m)
Kitchen is fitted with a range of eye level and base level matching units, rolled top work surfaces, sink inset with mixer tap over, double glazed window to the rear elevation, splash back tiling, laminate flooring, extractor fan and ample power sockets.
Dry and boarded ceilings.
First floor landing
Entrance to the loft area and light point.
12' 9'' x 11' 1'' (3.88m x 3.38m)
Double glazed window, radiator, picture rail and ample power sockets.
12' 8'' x 11' 1'' (3.86m x 3.38m)
Double glazed window to the rear elevation, radiator, picture rail and ample power sockets.
7' 9'' x 7' 8'' (2.36m x 2.34m)
Double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, picture rail and ample power sockets.
7' 8'' x 7' 8'' (2.34m x 2.34m)
Double glazed frosted window, bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite consisting of low level w.c. hand wash basin and panelled bath with shower over, tiled to walls, radiator and storage space.
To the front of the property is a paved garden, whilst to the rear is an enclosed paved garden with some mature bushes and shrubs.
Extra Location information
Boggart Hole Clough is a large urban park in Blackley, a district of Manchester, England. It occupies an area of approximately, part of an ancient woodland, with picturesque cloughs varying from steep ravines to sloping gullies. Clough is a local dialect word for a steep sided, wooded valley. Boggart Hole Clough was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 2008.The park stages a number of cross-country events and mountain bike rides, along with summer fundays and an annual bonfire and firework display. It also provides facilities for a number of other activities, ranging from boating to athletics.It has been claimed that the clough is haunted by a boggart, a mischievous spirit found mainly in Lancashire and Yorkshire, perhaps in an attempt to explain the unusual name. In 2008, Boggart Hole Clough attained the Green Flag Award for the eighth year running