IntroductionA completely refurbished and extended four bedroom mid terraced cottage on a private estate, available on the market for the first time in over one hundred years located in the centre of the popular village of Leigh with no onward chain.
DescriptionAvailable to the market for the first time in over one hundred years, Garden Cottages is a private development of twenty two houses located around a communal green which have been extensively refurbished and extended by the current owners. Built in the Arts and Crafts style as workers cottages, the current developers have beautifully extended and modernised the properties to offer light and airy accommodation combined with the comforts of modern living. The entrance door leads through to a light and spacious living/dining room which has staircase rising to first floor, two storage cupboards and fireplace with wood burning stove. A door leads through to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room which has kitchen with solid wood worksurfaces with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath and wall mounted units above, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher, built-in oven with four ring gas hob and extractor hood above, door to the rear leading out to the garden and door leading through to the utility/cloakroom. This room has suite comprising low level wc and wash hand basin and space and plumbing for washing machine.
To the first floor, from the landing there are four bedrooms and a bathroom with suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, low level wc, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard beneath and a range of display shelves.
Externally to the rear, a patio runs adjacent to the rear of the house and opens onto a spacious garden which is mainly laid to lawn with rear gate. To the front there is a gravel driveway providing off-road parking and an additional area of lawn. Internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
(Internal photos taken from show home)
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