- Beautifully Presented Semi Detached Family Home
- Well Appointed Modern Fitted Kitchen
- Separate Lounge And Dining Room
- Bedroom Three Dimensions - 13’1” x 7’10” (4 x 2.4)
- Large (approx. 85ft.) Southerly Facing Rear Garden - With Two Large Patios
- Easy Walking Distance Of Hale And Altrincham
Set within easy walking distance of both Hale and Altrincham, this family home offers well planned accommodation spread over two floors.
This lovely Edwardian style semi offers an ideal opportunity to purchase a well proportioned three double bedroomed home.
Briefly, the accommodation comprises a light, bright entrance hallway, beautiful part stained glass bay window in the dining room and a separate lounge, together with a well appointed modern fitted kitchen. At first floor level, are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the rear, is a large approximately (85ft. long) southerly facing rear gardens with two large patio areas.
This well loved and maintained family home, which is within easy walking distance of many amenities. Hale’s fashionable village lies within ten to fifteen minutes walk, as does Altrincham, with its expanding town centre with its many bars, restaurants and historic market. The area is well served by the Metrolink and train services to Manchester/Chester and within easy driving distance of Manchester Airport, having quick access to M56, M6 and M60.
The area is served by excellent Ofsted rated primary/secondary and grammar schools, as well as numerous bus services to schools in Manchester/Cheadle.
There are many beautiful parks, Dunham, Tatton and Lyme, as well as many local parks, such as Stamford Park and Hale Croft Park in Hale Barns.
From the centre of Hale proceed along the main Hale Road in the direction of Hale Barns, turning left onto Westminster Road. Westminster Road then runs into Bancroft Road, turn right into Grove Lane where the property will be found on the right.
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