*OFFERED WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN* Believed to date back to 1704, this generous 3 bedroomed cottage has plenty of character and is steeped with local history. With lots of original features such as dark oak beams and staircase, this will make a lovely cosy home. The property is in need of some modernisation but has fully double glazed windows and gas central heating and with some TLC this cottage, which is situated on a quaint private side road close to the well loved Foresters Arms, (affectionately known as ‘The Piggy’), is a hidden gem.
The property comprises of good sized lounge, separate dining room. breakfast kitchen, 3 bedrooms and good sized bathroom. Pleasant garden to rear.
Entering through the large wooden entrance door, there’s a small hallway leading to the the lounge with oak beams and double glazed windows to front and rear. Brick build fireplace with open fire incorporating an original iron date plaque from 1704.
There is a separate dining room with log burner, again with oak beamed ceiling and stairs to the first floor. Wooden doors through to the spacious kitchen with access to a pleasant garden. Kitchen comprises of wooden base and wall units and space for appliances. Part tiled walls and gas central heating boiler. Double glazed windows to side and rear.
Upstairs, off the landing, there are 3 double bedrooms and a good sized bathroom with bath and overhead shower, hand wash basin and wc.
Outside there is a pleasant raised garden with mature trees and shrubs bordered with dry stone walls. Access path to the side.
Located just a short distance to Romiley Village which offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, theatre, leisure facilities, and countryside walks on your doorstep. Excellent local schools and transport links are to hand, with Romiley Train station which has a direct link to Manchester Piccadilly and access to the M60 motorway.
TENURE – FREEHOLD
EPC – D
COUNCIL TAX BAND – E