Set over three floors we present this spacious three bedroom Victorian terrace property in the desirable village location of Grappenhall close to Stockton Heath. This fantastic period property boasts high ceilings throughout and offers three double bedrooms fit with built in wardrobes, a large family bathroom and additional shower room. With ample living space and modern interior throughout it would make the perfect opportunity for first time buyers or a growing family.
Access in to this stylish Victorian home is via a welcoming hallway. The lounge, which has a bay fronted window looks out to the front of the property. The dining room benefits from double patio doors leading to the garden. There is a modern fitted kitchen and a family room which boasts sky lights as well as a floor to ceiling window allowing natural light to flow through the entire room.
The first floor consists of a large master bedroom at the front of the home which benefits from fitted wardrobes and two large windows. There is a double bedroom on the first floor, also with fitted wardrobes. There is also a family bathroom as well as a separate shower room. The top floor is home to bedroom three. GARDEN
To the rear of the property is a south facing patio area, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining friends and family. On street parking is available at the front of the property. SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION
• Entrance Hall
• Lounge\t3.58 m x 3.67m
• Dining Room 4.02m x 3.15m
• Kitchen 3.83m x 3.20m
• Family Room 4.25m x 3.20m
• Bedroom One 3.58m x 4.94m
• Bedroom Two\t3.67m x 3.18m
• Bathroom 2.15m x 3.20m
• Shower Room\t1.60m x 2.10m
• Bedroom Three 3.93m x 3.25m SERVICES
• Gas Central Heating
• Mains connected: Gas, Electric, Water
• Drainage: Mains
• Broadband Availability: Up to 65Mb (Via BT) LOCATION
This leafy suburb is located alongside the Bridgewater canal and just a stone's throw from the vibrant village of Stockton Heath. The area is surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside and scenic canals, meaning residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to walking routes.
The village was first listed in the Domesday Book and is home to St Wilfrid's Church which features a cat carving on the tower façade. Legend has it that this was the inspiration behind Lewis Carroll's Cheshire Cat in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Despite it's semi-rural setting, Grappenhall benefits from a great range of shops, restaurants and coffee houses. The area also boasts a great selection of schools which are consistently reviewed as outstanding, making it an ideal area for families. DISTANCES
• Stockton Heath 1.4 mile walk
• Warrington Town Centre 3.1 miles
• Manchester Airport 13 miles via M56
• Manchester City Centre 24 miles via M56
• Liverpool City Centre 22 miles via M62
(Distances quoted are approximate)