A rare opportunity to purchase this charming three bedroom detached cottage situated in the small hamlet of Warburton in a conservation area on the outskirts of Lymm with stunning farmland views to the front elevation. A particular fine feature of this property is the original detached brick built piggery which had planning consent to be converted/extended. Unfortunately this lapsed in June 2011 and would need to be reinstated.
With quarry tiled flooring, light and door leading to
With continuation of quarry tiled flooring, central heating radiator, stone mullion window to the side elevation, telephone point and built-in understairs storage cupboard.
14'6 x 14'1 (4.42m x 4.29m)
With continuation of quarry tiled flooring, feature stone fireplace with wooden mantlepiece housing cast iron open fireplace, stone mullion window to the front elevation, central heating radiator, three wall light points and TV point.
14'11 x 14'7 (4.55m x 4.45m)
Fitted with a range of matching base and eye level units with wooden work surfaces comprising Rangemaster electric double range oven with five ring halogen hob and warming plate with extractor fan over, integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, Belfast sink, tiled splashback, continuation of quarry tiled flooring, three mullion windows to side and rear elevations and central heating radiator.
7'5 x 6'4 (2.26m x 1.93m)
With continuation of quarry tiled flooring, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, freestanding Grant oil fired boiler, windows to two sides and door leading to the rear garden and patio area.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR AND LANDING
With mullion window to side elevation and access to loft area.
15'9 x 11'10 to wardrobe fronts (4.80m x 3.61m to
Fitted with a range of wardrobes to one wall, mullion window to the rear, TV point, central heating radiator, door leading to
Fitted with a matching suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, corner Jacuzzi bath, fully tiled walls and ceiling with marble flooring.
14' x 9'6 (4.27m x 2.90m)
Fitted with a range of wardrobes to one wall, mullion window to the front elevation, central heating radiator, TV point, door to
JACK AND JILL SHOWER ROOM
With fully tiled walls and ceiling, low level WC, corner wall mounted sink unit, marble flooring, large walk-in shower and extractor fan.
10'5 x 7'5 (3.18m x 2.26m)
With mullion window to side elevation, central heating radiator, built in fitted wardrobe and door to Jack and Jill shower room.
There is a lawn garden to the front of the property with off road parking which leads down the side of the property to the fully enclosed rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn with mature trees and hedges and a large paved patio area.
12'3 x 101 (3.73m x 2.57m)
A particularly fine feature of this property is the original brick built detached piggery which has slate roof, window to front elevation and original chimney and has had planning permission to be converted/extended which unfortunately lapsed in June 2011 and would need to be reinstated by Trafford Borough Council the original application number was H/69451.
Electricity and mains sewerage are connected
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Tax band E
This attractive three bedroom detached cottage built in 1832 was originally the old school house, later to become the Sunday school and is situated in the small hamlet of Warburton. The property benefits from many original features including stone mullion windows and briefly comprises enclosed porch, entrance hallway, lounge with stone open fireplace, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. To the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two further bedrooms with Jack and Jill shower room. Externally to the front of the property there is a pleasant lawn garden with off road parking which leads to the fully enclosed rear garden with paved patio area and has the added benefit of the original brick built piggery which has the potential to be converted/extended subject to the relevant Planning Permission being renewed by Trafford Borough Council (original planning consent reference was H/69451)
AN INTERNAL VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO APPRECIATE WHAT THIS FAMILY HOME HAS TO OFFER
From our office proceed through the village over the bridge onto New Road which merges with Rushgreen Road. Continue along for approximately two miles then turn left into Townfield Lane then first left again into Wigsey Lane where the property can be found on your right hand side.
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