Converted approximately ten years ago, Agden Hall Farm is a delightful mews development of just seven units converted from the original farm outbuildings.
The accommodation which is laid out over three floors comprises an entrance hallway, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a second bedroom and bathroom, whilst at first floor level is a good sized dining room, fully fitted kitchen and lounge and at second floor level leading from a galleried landing is a third bedroom. Externally is a more than useful utility room, car port for two cars and extensive communal gardens.
It is fair to say that this is an extremely interesting property. The development which was completed in 2004 sits roughly half way between Altrincham and Lymm and looks over green belt farmland. Altrincham’s busy market town centre with its Metro system into Manchester is within ten minutes drive and Lymm is just a little closer with its range of shops and restaurants. Hale’s fashionable village is also close at hand, the urban motorway network and International Airport are close by.
From the centre of Hale proceed to the Bowdon roundabout at Junction 7 of the M56 following the signs towards Lymm. Continue for approximately two miles, on the right hand side you will see a static home caravan sales area, turn left there into Park Lane which in turn follows round to the left. Continue along a long straight piece of road where the entrance to Agden Farm will be found shortly before the road starts to incline.
ENTRANCE HALL 17’9” (5.41) x 9’9” (2.97) max oak front door with glazed inset. Solid oak flooring and staircase to first floor. Full height double glazed windows, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Eight halogen downlighters, single radiator with thermostat. Built-in store cupboard housing Ideal mini central heating boiler and slatted shelf.
MASTER BEDROOM 17’9” (5.41) max into door recess x 11’8” (3.56) four double glazed windows with extensive farmland views. Single radiator with thermostat, seven halogen downlighters. Telephone and television aerial point.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 7’11” (2.41) x 4’0” (1.22) limestone tiling to walls and floor. Phillip Starck white suite with chrome fitments comprising low level wc with concealed cistern and shelf above. Wash basin with mixer tap. Electric shaver point. Fully tiled double width shower cubicle with Hansgrohe thermostatic fitment. Double glazed window. Three halogen downlighters. Extractor fan. Chrome ladder radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 10’9” (3.28) x 10’1” (3.07) including full height built-in wardrobes with sliding doors, hanging rails and shelving. Three double glazed windows with extensive farmland views. Single with thermostat. Four halogen downlighters.
BATHROOM 6’8” (2.03) x 6’6” (1.98) with limestone tiling to walls and floor. Phillip Starck white suite with chrome fitments comprising low level wc, wash basin with mixer tap and electric shaver point. Panelled bath with central mixer tap and shower attachment. Chrome ladder radiator. Four halogen downlighters. Extractor fan.
FIRST FLOOR & LANDING
DINING ROOM 17’2” (5.23) max x 9’8” (2.95) solid oak flooring. Two single radiators with thermostats. Four halogen downlighters. Two wall light points. Double glazed window with elevated views over farmland. Understairs store cupboard. Staircase to second floor. Steps up to lounge. Open to kitchen.
KITCHEN 10’5” (3.18) x 8’11” (2.72) excellent range of Siematic fitted units with satin chrome handles comprising base cupboards, drawers and pan drawers, granite work surfaces and splashbacks with concealed lighting over. Inset 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, granite integrated drainer and integrated dishwasher. Inset Neff stainless steel five ring gas hob with illuminated extractor canopy above. Tall cupboard unit housing fridge and freezer with adjoining tall cupboard housing Neff stainless steel oven and grill with microwave above. Matching wall cupboards. Peninsular unit incorporating breakfast bar with granite work surface. Oak flooring. Double glazed window with elevated views over farmland. Four halogen downlighters.
LOUNGE 18’2” (5.54) x 11’9” (3.58) large double glazed circular window with extensive elevated views over green belt farmland. Two single radiators with thermostats. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and feature lighting. Oak flooring. Television aerial point. Telephone point.
Overlooking dining room, open to bedroom three.
BEDROOM THREE 17’11” (5.46) max including galleried landing x 17’2” (5.23) max oak flooring. Single radiator with thermostat. Velux double glazed roof light and four halogen downlighters. Restricted headroom. Telephone point and broadband.
UTILITY ROOM/STORE 18’10” (5.74) x 6’8” (2.03) with loft space above. White base cupboard and drawers with granite effect bevel edged work surface. Plumbing for washing machine and vent tumble dryer. Power and light. Extractor fan.
CAR PORT car port for two cars. Power and light.
GARDENS to the front of the property there are extensive communal gardens with lawned areas, mature trees, barbecue and seating areas alongside farmland. To the rear of the property there is a communal courtyard with wooden seating.
SERVICES: All mains services are connected, a telephone is at
present installed and there is a more than adequate supply of
ASSESSMENT: Macclesfield Borough Council Council Tax Band ‘F‘
VACANT POSSESSION UPON COMPLETION
VIEWING: By appointment through the Agent.
N.B. The appliances at this property have not been tested by ourselves.
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