3 bed Semi-detached house (for sale) Nicolas Road, Chorlton Cum Hardy, Manchester, Greater Manchester M21

£625,000
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Reeds Rains - Didsbury
713 Wilmslow Road, Manchester
0161 937 6696
First Published

13th Jan 2023

Last Published

16th Jan 2023

 

Features

  • Type: Semi-detached house
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England

Description



Important Note to Potential Purchasers & Tenants:
We endeavour to make our particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All photographs and measurements have been taken as a guide only and are not precise. Floor plans where included are not to scale and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Potential purchasers: Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller. Potential tenants: All properties are available for a minimum length of time, with the exception of short term accommodation. Please contact the branch for details. A security deposit of at least one month’s rent is required. Rent is to be paid one month in advance. It is the tenant’s responsibility to insure any personal possessions. Payment of all utilities including water rates or metered supply and Council Tax is the responsibility of the tenant in every case.

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Features

Nicholas Road is a well regarded and sought after address. Set within the idyllic Chorlton area with access to superb transport links to the city centre and also a variety of local shops, bars and cafes. In addition you have countryside walks and local parks in close proximity making this a popular spot for families. This home was built-in the early 1920's and has been maintained to a high standard keeping much of its original charm with sash windows, beautiful wooden units and original period features including stained glass feature windows, corbels and picture rails. The build quality of this property will impress the most discerning buyer, offering well considered floor space ideal for the growing family. All three bedrooms have impressive space and this property is served by a separate bathroom and WC for added convenience. The landing has a Gallery area ideal for use as a study and further potential is yet to be realised in the loft which spans the full home.

Outside you have a well maintained garden frontage and off road parking, solid gates secure the side offering further space and a store room accessed from the exterior with a variety of suitable uses. Our current owners are keen gardeners and the rear landscaped gardens feel really private when in bloom and offer a sanctuary to relax. This home is more than the sum of its parts and only a real viewing can do it justice so make an appointment to see this one today!

Entrance Hall (2m x 4.9m (6' 7" x 16' 1"))

This home has a superb grand entrance hall served by a large period style door framed with additional stained glass panels and covered by storm porch with pretty tile steps under. Wide floorboards lead off to the ground floor rooms and a staircase with wooden balustrade leads up to the first floor landing. Other features include ceiling light, radiator and plaster moulded corbels. The side elevation has a beautiful stained glass window overlooking the staircase which makes an attractive focal point.

Living Room (4.4m x 4.8m (14' 5" x 15' 9"))

The main front reception has a large bay window with sash window frames flooding the room with natural light. Picture rails, coving and feature bespoke shelving gives this room a cosy feel which is further enhanced by the wood burning stove inset to a traditional wooden fire place with tile hearth. Power points, TV point, ceiling light and central heating radiator.

Kitchen (3.9m x 3.1m (12' 10" x 10' 2"))

The kitchen is well designed for the family that likes to entertain and spend evenings and weekends together. A central island is the main hub of the home and the kitchen also has traditional fitted wall cupboards and additional drawers fitted to side walls for added storage. A tiled chimney recess accommodates a double range for cooking and the side alcove ideal for a large family refrigerator. With windows and double doors opening out to the garden and extra windows to the side and a Velux roof light, this is a light, bright room, cosy in the winter and cheerful in the summer. The room is semi open plan to the dining room again perfect for hosting. Ample power points, ceiling light and exposed wooden floors complete this fantastic room.

Dining Room (4.8m x 3.6m (15' 9" x 11' 10"))

Semi open plan this is a room you will spend many an evening in listening to music, entertaining friends and sharing stories round the fireplace. There is space for relaxing chairs and a dining table and storage. Again offering picture rails and coving and large wooden boards to the floor.

Stairs And Landing

A grand staircase winds around the outer side of the hall up to a 1/2 landing ideal for showcasing art work. The landing has a gallery space suitable for a small study area or reading and has a wooden balustrade. Ceiling light, power points and central heating radiator. Access to three good size bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC Access to the loft is also granted via the landing with potential to add a further staircase.

Bedroom 1 (4.8m x 4.3m (15' 9" x 14' 1"))

The master bedroom has a large bay with sash windows, bespoke fitted wardrobes with period style doors, power points, ceiling light, ornamental fire place, radiator, picture rails and coving.

Bedroom 2 (4m x 3.6m (13' 1" x 11' 10"))

The second bedroom has views over the rear garden and is again a large double with lots of space. With sash window to rear, picture rails, coving, ceiling light, ornamental fire place, ample power points, radiator and additional fitted robes to the alcove.

Bedroom 3 (4.2m x 2.5m (13' 9" x 8' 2"))

This third bedroom goes to show this home just keeps giving. Again able to accommodate a double bed and offering power points, sash window, radiator and ceiling light.

WC Room (2.4m x 1.1m (7' 10" x 3' 7"))

An oversized WC room with traditional Period high level tank WC, sash window to side elevation, decorative rail, radiator and ceiling light point. Separate from the main bathroom for added convenience.

Bathroom (2.5m x 1.9m (8' 2" x 6' 3"))

The classic style master bathroom has a panel bath with Mira thermostatic mixer shower over, traditional wash basin mounted to the side wall, space for free standing units and tiling to side wall and over the sink. Sash window ceiling lighting and central heating radiator.

Loft

The loft is partially boarded out for storage and offers great potential, Homes on this street have converted this space and the layout and size which means this home can grow further, subject to planning permission and has potential for extra rooms. If this vast home isn't already big enough it certainly makes for useful storage space.

Store Room (2.1m x 2.5m (6' 11" x 8' 2"))

The Store room is currently used as a workshop. Access from the exterior with power and light this room has potential for a home office or a variety of suitable uses, there is an additional tool store at the side of the house also so we feel there is further potential to knock through to make a utility room or small study.

Externally

This home has curb appeal that will be apparent as soon as you drive up to the front. Classic architecture and a good size front garden with ample parking space behind double gates are the first thing you will notice. Impressive side gates secure the access to the rear and side and lead to the outer work shop and on to a magnificent landscaped rear garden. Please note these pictures were taken in summer to showcase how pretty this garden is but even in the colder months it's well planted areas and lovely seating make it a delight to be enjoyed all year round.

Council Tax

Property information for
nicolas road, manchester, M21 9LT
Local Authority Manchester
Local authority reference number 1068242
Council Tax band C

Freehold

A: Property Register
This register describes the land and estate comprised in the title.
Greater manchester : Manchester
1 (15.07.1987) The Freehold land shown edged with red on the plan of the
above Title filed at the Registry and being Nicolas Road, Chorlton
Cum Hardy, Manchester (M21 9LT).

Other Information

 

Local info for M21

Floor plan

 

Property Value Data/Graphs for M21

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Semi-detached house 30.8% £507,148 3.7 1.5
Flat 26.2% £176,438 1.7 1.1
Terraced house 12.3% £366,250 2.8 1.1
End terrace house 9.2% £322,500 3.5 1.3
Town house 6.2% £402,500 6 3
Detached house 6.2% £780,000 4 1.5
Other 6.2% £221,000 1.8 1
Maisonette 1.5% £200,000 4 1
Link-detached house 1.5% £325,000 3 1

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£342,590

Sales

2526

Current Average Value

£371,483

Value Change

£28,893 8.4%

 

Current Asking Prices in M21 Average: £371,483

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £106,667 (3) £327,500 (4) £388,748 (20) £617,455 (11) £666,667 (3)
Flats £130,890 (5) £195,417 (12) - £200,000 (1) -
All £121,806 (8) £228,438 (16) £388,748 (20) £582,667 (12) £666,667 (3)

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