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Poplar Street, Heaton Mersey
Property SummaryA superbly presented two double bedroom end of terrace home situated on a desirable cobbled street in the heart of the Conservation area. Easy access to the village centre and the Metrolink as well as Heaton Mersey Common whilst it is in the catchment for popular schools.
WE'LL SHOW YOU THE ANGLES Period properties are loved by so many for their history and character and this home is no exception. It is an end terrace Edwardian home chocked full of character with picture rails and cornice detail throughout along with feature fireplaces, stripped floors and doors and excellent cubic living space.
What's also intriguing is that with being an end home the builders used licence to construct the walls at angles and so there isn't a linear room in the home, talk about quirky and it does add a unique aesthetic to what is on offer. Independent of the compelling story is the luxury bathroom with freestanding bath, a wet room shower and drying area and Victoriana fittings to add to the special atmosphere. The kitchen has been updated too with a stylish arrangement in a Shaker style and quality built in appliances.
Heaton Mersey is within easy reach of the motorway network, main line train station, international airport and the popular Metrolink. The village boasts a wealth of green space including Heaton Mersey Common with 10 acres of woodland, the River Mersey and even a community orchard.
This is a snap shot of what is on offer and when you consider the location in Conservation Area and close to the village centre it really is a cherry of a home in a Poplar location.
THE ACCOMODATION COMPRISES
HALL 13' 8" x 3' 4" (4.17m x 1.02m) Picture rail and cornice detail. Stripped pine floor. Single panel radiator. Rock style front door and UPVC double glazed window.
LOUNGE 11' 1" x 9' 8" (3.38m x 2.95m) Feature cast iron fireplace. Built in meter cupboards. Picture rail and cornice detail. Stripped pine door and floor. Double panel radiator. UPVC double glazed window.
DINING ROOM 13' 8" x 11' 2" (4.17m x 3.4m) Feature fireplace. Picture rail and cornice detail. Original built in cupboards and drawers. Stripped and sealed pine floor. Striped traditional pine doors with access to kitchen, hall and basement. Double panel radiator. 2 x UPVC double glazed windows.
KITCHEN 10' 6" x 6' 2" (3.2m x 1.88m) A range of base, wall and drawer units with tiled splash backs and solid wood worktops. Samsung 4 ring gas hob with stainless steel cooker hood above. Samsung oven. Double bowl Belfast sink with mixer tap. Wall stand with plate rack. Tiled floor. Fitted spotlights. UPVC double glazed window and door to rear garden.
BASEMENT 14' 3" x 14' 2" (4.34m x 4.32m) Measurement reduces to 11'9
LANDING Picture rail and cornice detail. Hand painted timber panelled flooring.
BATHROOM 10' 6" x 5' 6" (3.2m x 1.68m) Claw foot free standing bath with Victoriana central tap system and shower attachment. Shower cubicle with mains fed Victoriana style shower and drying area. WC. Victoriana style pedestal wash hand basin. Extractor. Stripped pine door. UPVC double glazed window with opaque glass.
BEDROOM ONE 13' 10" x 9' 9" (4.22m x 2.97m) Measurement is into chimney breast. Picture rail and cornice detail. Hand painted floorboards. Fitted shelves. Stripped pine door. Double panel radiator. UPVC double glazed window.
BEDROOM TWO 11' 4" x 8' 8" (3.45m x 2.64m) Built in cupboards. Access to insulated and boarded loft with light. Stripped pine door. Double panel radiator. UPVC double glazed window.
REAR Paved courtyard with brick built lean to which has plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted shelving and central heating boiler. Artificial turfed lawn to the wall garden with a westerly aspect.