- Convenient Location Close To Hale And Altrincham
- In Need Of Modernisation And Offering Potential For Further Extension And Upgrading
- Dining Room/Lounge Opening Onto The Rear Garden
- Two Double Bedrooms And One Single Bedroom
- Ample Parking Facilities And Neat Gardens To Front And Rear
- Dining Area And Kitchen Which Could Easily Be Combined And Extended
18 Orchard Drive, Hale.
We are in receipt of an offer of £430,000 subject to contract for this property. Anyone wishing to place a higher offer must do so before legal exchange of contracts.
Occupying a highly convenient location within easy striking distance of both Hale and Altrincham this house whilst in need of some modernisation also offers potential for further extension and upgrading.
The accommodation which is laid out over two floors comprises a good sized entrance hall approached via a small porch, to the front is a bay fronted sitting room and to the rear is a dining room/lounge opening onto the rear garden. Completing the ground floor is a dining area and kitchen which could easily be combined and extended, whilst at first floor level are two doubles and one single bedroom with a family bathroom and separate wc. Externally are ample parking facilities and neat gardens to front and rear.
Orchard Drive is characterised by a mixture of semi detached and detached properties, all set within five minutes drive of Hale’s fashionable village with its range of shops and services. Altrincham with its busy market town centre and Metro system into Manchester also lies within walking distance and sporting and recreational facilities abound. The urban motorway network and International Airport are also within ten to fifteen minutes drive.
From the centre of Hale proceed along the main Hale Road in the direction of Hale Barns turning left onto Hermitage Road, first left onto Bancroft Road and at the bottom of Bancroft Road turn right onto Orchard Drive where the property will be found on the right.
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