It is a pleasure to offer this imposing period town house for sale. This quirky property offers generous accommodation over four floors and is ideally situated a short walk from Davenport Village, with its eclectic selection of shops, bars and eateries. It Is also very convenient for both Davenport and Stockpot railway stations, Stockport town centre and bus station. This mid-Victorian property, comprises of vestibule, living room, kitchen/dining room on ground floor, two large cellar chambers, master bedroom and a huge bathroom on the first floor and two double bedrooms to second floor. Externally, the front garden is well stocked with attractive plants and bushes. To the rear is a further enclosed area to relax in, with paving and bushes.
Kitchen/Diner - A large, well presented room with upvc double glazed window and doors to the back garden and cellars. There is a one and half drainer sink with mixer tap over. There are a number of white gloss drawers beneath. This is a generous space which holds a variety of white units and space for a good-sized table and chairs. There is a Belling induction hob with stainless steel Neff double oven and integrated extractor over.
Master Bedroom - A light and airy room that benefits from a large upvc window that faces the front elevation. Triple, fitted white wood, shaker style wardrobe and laminate flooring.
Bathroom - This is an extremely generous bathroom with an Art Deco style suite , that includes; roll top bath, corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and low level wc. As if the bathroom wasn't big enough to hold plenty of storage - there is also a cupboard space under the stairs too and a Harry Potter style cupboard next to the stairs. The bathroom also has a good sized upvc double glazed window.
Bedroom Two - A generous, well presented double bedroom to the front of the property, with a range of fitted wardrobes, striking original beam and deep set upvc, double glazed window with views over the surrounding area.
Bedroom Three - The quirky, character filled bedroom is also another double and has a good sized upvc double glazed window overlooking the rear elevation.
Cellar Chambers - The cellar chambers represent untapped potential, as the nearest three terraces have all had cellar conversions. For local Historians, there is an original fire/cooking range in the front cellar and a World War II air raid shelter to the rear chamber. Both chambers have excellent height clearance and are of good size.