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Hawthorn Road, Heaton Mersey
Property SummaryA beautifully presented two double bedroom mid terraced home in the heart of Heaton Mersey's Conservation Area. Feature open fires one with wood burning stove. Stylish kitchen and 4 piece bathroom. Lovely south facing rear garden. Close to the village centre and Heaton Mersey Common.
COMMON SCENTS A stunning two double bedroom mid terrace nestling in the heart of Heaton Mersey's Conservation Area. From the minute you step over the threshold you feel as though you enter the pastiche of true cottage lifestyle with stripped floors and doors, a wood burning stove, another open fireplace and shaker style bathroom that all combine to create a home of excellence.
Cottage spirit it maybe but space a plenty too with two generous entertaining rooms along with a spacious kitchen and bathroom. So far so very good but just as rewarding is the south facing lawned garden which is a positive sun trap.
Heaton Mersey was recently voted the third best place to live in the North West by the Sunday Times and it is because it has an intimate village atmosphere yet town and city are within easy reach whilst the motorway, international airport and rail systems including the Metrolink are also so accessible.
The icing on the cake with this home lies at the end of the road which leads onto the acres of woodland that forms Heaton Mersey Common. It is really quite idyllic and you might see the decision to buy this home isn't just simple common sense it is common scents.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES
LOUNGE 12' 8" x 11' 3" (3.86m x 3.43m) Measurement is into chimney breast.
Wood burning stove with stone flagged hearth. Stripped and stained floor boards. Single panel radiator. Glazed hardwood front entrance door with hand made stained and leaded glass window light above.
DINING ROOM 12' 8" x 12' 2" (3.86m x 3.71m) Feature cast iron fireplace and surround with open flue. Ornamental ceiling boss. Stripped and stained floor boards. Stripped hardwood doors to kitchen, cellar and upper floor.
KITCHEN 12' 4" x 6' 1" (3.76m x 1.85m) A range of base, wall and drawer units with contrasting worktops and tiled splash backs. Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. 4 ring gas hob with built in extractor above. Bosch oven. Worcester combi central heating boiler. Hand painted panelled ceiling. Tiled floor. Fitted track spotlights. Single panel door. Stable door.
BASEMENT 12' 8" x 11' 3" (3.86m x 3.43m) Light and power point.
LANDING 15' 8" x 2' 5" (4.78m x 0.74m) Access to loft.
BATHROOM 11' 10" x 6' 0" (3.61m x 1.83m) Hand painted panelled bath with tiled splashback. Pedestal wash hand basin with Westminster taps. WC. Shower cubicle with Victorian style shower head. Heated towel radiator. Inset spotlights. Tiled floor. Stripped hardwood door.
BEDROOM 12' 8" x 11' 2" (3.86m x 3.4m) Ornamental fireplace with tiled hearth. Curtained hanging space. Stripped and stained floorboards. Stripped hardwood door. Single panel radiator.
BEDROOM 12' 2" x 9' 9" (3.71m x 2.97m) Single panel radiator. Stripped hardwood door.
FRONT Pebble stone centre piece with adjacent pathway.
REAR South facing rear garden with paved patio and path. Lawned garden with herbaceous borders with a variety of plants and shrubs. Walled perimeter with gateway access to the communal passageway.