Limefield Terrace, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M19

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A rare opportunity to buy a large character property with a south-facing garden in a conservation area 10 minutes by train from Manchester Piccadilly station.

The Fallowfield Loop, an 8 mile car-free cycling and walking route thought to be the longest urban cycleway in Britain, is a few minutes from the front door.

This stunning and spacious three-bedroom terrace is located in a quiet residential area in Levenshulme, Manchester. The sought after location is close to local amenities including accredited primary and secondary schools, independent shops, parks, supermarkets and bars/restaurants, with easy access to Manchester City Centre, Stockport and the motorway network for those who commute via car. Public transport is very easily accessible with buses and a train station nearby.

Briefly comprising: Entrance hall, large dining room, large second reception, and a spacious kitchen (dimensions 4.8 x 3.1 metres) with solid-wood cupboards and worktops, integrated storage and significant amounts of light, looking out to the large private garden. Access to the extensive four-chamber cellar is from the oak-floored hallway.

On the first floor, from the oak-floored landing, you access three very generous-sized bedrooms, a walk-in wardrobe, the three-piece family bathroom and a staircase leading up to the spacious attic. Currently being used as an in-home office and storage space, the attic (dimensions 7.3 x 5.3 metres) also features solid oak flooring. The attic and cellar spaces offer considerable expansion potential.

Alongside modern comforts such as large high-quality double-glazed windows at the back, and a newly-installed Vaillant central heating system, there are many original features that have been preserved or restored. These include high lathe-and-plaster ceilings, stunning coving, picture rails and door surrounds, an original fireplace, old pine doors, and original wooden sash windows at the front. There are stripped oak or pine floorboards in many rooms.

Externally, the double-fronted property has a large driveway for multiple cars, which leads to the front door. Established shrubs afford privacy, while the Cotswold stone ground cover mirrors the elegance of the turn-of-the-century house design.

To the rear is a beautiful, very well-maintained and cared for large (30 metres long) private garden paved in York stone and with mature trees. Edible fruit includes cherry, redcurrant and raspberry. The south-facing garden has seating, perfect for warm summer evenings.

Early viewing is highly advised!

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