- DELIGHTFUL STONE BUILT END OF ROW COTTAGE
- TWO BEDROOMS
- LOUNGE WITH BAY WINDOW, FITTED BREAKFAST KITCHEN
- SUN ROOM ENJOYING ELEVATED VIEWS TOWARDS MANCHESTER
- MODERN BATHROOM WITH CRISP WHITE SUITE
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING & PVCU DOUBLE GLAZING
- TIERED REAR GARDEN IDEAL FOR ALFRESCO DINING
- ELEVATED POSITION AT EDGE OF TOWN LOCATION ON THE FRINGE OF PEAK DISTRICT
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Aptly named "Alderley View" due to the captivating front views, this delightful stone built end of row cottage really could not be more characterful or indeed pretty if it tried! On the fringe of open countryside, and enjoying an open aspect to the front, with special mention made of the rear garden; tiered over three levels, with a pleasant patio seating area found to its top level.
The cute, and useful porch, opens into the characterful lounge with bay window and beamed ceiling, with the open plan stairs leading up to the first floor. The breakfast kitchen, fitted with traditional oak units, makes for pleasant dining, and off here is the rear porch with access into the rear garden.
The first floor landing leads to the main front bedroom with fitted bedroom furniture. The bathroom is complemented with a crisp white suite, with shower over the bath, and the second bedroom neatly opens into the ideally positioned sun room which enjoys elevated views to the front towards the city of Manchester.
Complete with full gas central heating and PVCu double glazing, this special country cottage is sure to appeal....so why not call us now to view...we'd love to help.
Rainow Road, Higher Hurdsfield, is long established as a favourable and sought after location. A prime residential area given its abundance of established individual properties. This glorious, elevated, edge of town setting assures fantastic views over the surrounding wooded hills and valleys. The property lies only 1.5 miles from Macclesfield station (London Euston from 1hr 45 mins, Manchester Piccadilly from 25 mins), the thriving town centre and many of the town’s amenities.
The Peak District National Park is similarly close, with fantastic walks and outdoor activities. Golf clubs, the leisure centre, cricket and rugby clubs, gyms and even sailing at Rudyard or Redesmere are all close at hand. The picturesque Macclesfield Canal meanders through the town and there are many restaurants, bistros and bars from which to choose.
The main supermarkets, M&S and many specialist shops are represented here.
The market town of Macclesfield serves a wide rural area and has a good range of schools in both the state and private sectors including Beech Hall and King's School Macclesfield. A number of Manchester’s private schools have coach services from the town.
It is rare to find a property which is semi rural yet not isolated, with splendid views yet conveniently placed for a town centre and station. A fantastic combination.