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Floor Area: 51m²
If You Are Searching For A Home Full Of Character & Located In A Highly Popular Location On The Fringe Of Sutton Village, Then You Must Look At This One! A Truly Unique Semi-Detached Home, With Original Features And Bespoke Hand Crafted Additions. Private Garden, Ample Parking & Large Workshop.

A truly fabulous and unique semi-detached home of traditional build style, that has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Lyme Green is a small hamlet in the Parish of Sutton, a very sought after location, and within walking distance of the local pubs, store/post office and primary school. The house is located on the fringe of open countryside and benefits from an abundance of both local, and Peak District walks/cycling on the doorstep. It is on the edge of the Cheshire town of Macclesfield, with it‘s fabulous main-line railway station which has trains directly to Manchester (22 mins) and London (1hr 46 mins) and the M6 is 25 mins drive away. Manchester airport, is also just a 25 minute drive.This lovely home really is a total one-off, featuring so many bespoke additions to the accommodation, it is nigh impossible to include every detail. Unique features, to mention just a few, include, doors, kitchen units, work-surfaces and ironwork . Offering spacious and extended accommodation, this property will undoubtedly appeal to those searching for something a little bit different. For those that may be mechanically minded, or creatively talented, or may wish to work from home, this property also benefits externally from another very rare feature - it‘s very own 32‘ workshop with inspection pit! Let‘s start with a little detail about the house... The property was originally constructed in the 1930‘s and is of a fairly traditional build-style - brick & render elevations, under a slate covered roof. The living accommodation as briefly mentioned, has been altered and extended to the ground floor, to allow maximum space and storage in the two most important living areas; the reception room and kitchen. The addition of a good-sized laundry/utility/boot room to the rear of the kitchen, permits the relocation of washing facilities to this area, freeing up far more space in the kitchen for storage and working space. The lounge has been altered to relocate the staircase to the kitchen area, which again, has added a huge amount of extra room to this living space. The lounge is now a great room to entertain or, just relax in and is bursting with character. An open fireplace with cast iron grate provides a lovely feature and offers the prospect of cosy warm evenings around a real fire. A reclaimed pine arched door and feature door opening, are immediately apparent the moment you enter the property; hand-crafted antique pine display shelving, stripped ceiling beams and varnished floors, all contribute to the unique features this property offers. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a full range of exclusive hand-crafted units, including a superb tall dresser-cum-larder storage cupboard and with the base units carrying solid slate worktops. The kitchen floor is solid Beech wood and slate tiles. The spacious utility room offers a separate laundry facility and provides practical storage away from the kitchen, with stable doors from the garden and kitchen allowing the flow of fresh air to the entire house when warm. The first floor has been reconfigured in recent years following the relocation of the staircase to the kitchen area; a long cottage-style landing serves the two light and well presented bedrooms and bathroom independently. The master bedroom has full-length wardrobes installed, facilitating ample clothing storage. Outside, the rear garden is a delight and offers total privacy, with complete screening to the rear and the creation of a peaceful and secluded seating area. To the front, there features a pebble-surfaced driveway and parking area with vehicle access to the side (shared with the neighbouring property), providing entry to the huge detached workshop/garage. The property is presented in ready-to-move-in condition and potentially may be chain-free. A gas combination heating system serves the central heating and hot water supply. As previously mentioned; viewings are imperative in our opinion, to fully appreciate the space, character and location of this fabulous home.

Ground Floor - Lounge 17‘5‘‘ [into bay window] x 13‘ Hardwood & glazed front door, uPVC double glazed bay window to front aspect incorporating a stripped wood window sill, stripped and varnished floor, stripped ceiling timbers, original picture rails, chimney with open fireplace, cast iron grate and tiled hearth, television aerial point, hand-crafted reclaimed pine shelving and pelmet to chimney wall recess, stripped antique pine fronted cupboard housing electric meter and consumer unit, 2 wall light points, double panelled radiator, arched door opening with antique pine church-style door with wrought iron latch and carved features, opening to - Kitchen 13‘ x 12‘8‘‘ [Maximum] Fitted with a comprehensive range of hand-crafted oak units, comprising of base, wall and open display shelving/units with cupboards and drawer storage, matching tall dresser-style unit, deep solid slate work-surfaces and matching splash-back risers, range-style cooker incorporating one fan-assisted electric oven, one conventional oven and a 5 burner gas hob, stainless steel extractor canopy over the range cooker, stainless steel cooker splash-back, single round inset sink unit with matching drainer, period style mixer tap, space for a large American style fridge/freezer, space for a slim dining table and chairs, small understairs arched recess with feature wrought iron door, double panelled radiator, uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, second window providing natural light from the utility room, pine staircase to the first floor, natural pine stable door to - Utility Room 10‘6‘‘ x 7‘3‘‘ 3 x tongue and groove hand-crafted wall cupboard units, fitted deep solid slate work-surfaces, plumbing and space for a washing machine, space and power for a tumble dryer, Worcester combination boiler, Velux skylight, double panelled radiator, granite tiled floor, windows to side aspect, stripped wood stable door to rear garden. First Floor - Landing Long ‘L‘ shaped landing featuring recessed low-voltage ceiling spotlighting, access to roof space, uPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Master Bedroom 11‘ x 11‘ [plus wardrobe recess] Full-length range of sliding mirror-fronted wardrobes featuring hanging/shelved storage, stripped and varnished floorboards, 2 x uPVC double glazed windows to front aspect, single panelled radiator, original antique pine stripped door. Bedroom 2 12‘7‘‘ x 8‘3‘‘ [Maximum width] single panelled radiator, uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, original antique stripped pine door. Bathroom 8‘7‘‘x 4‘2‘‘ Fitted with a white bathroom suite comprising of a panelled bath with chrome mixer tap shower over bath, pedestal wash-hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low-flush cistern WC, part-tiled walls, electric shaver point, double panelled radiator, uPVC double glazed window to side aspect, original antique pine stripped door. Outside - Garden To the rear of the property and accessed via the utility room and also by a side gate, there is a very pretty cottage-style garden which offers total privacy, being heavily screened to the far rear by mature trees and hedging. The garden area is fully enclosed by timber sectional fencing and two elevations of the workshop/garage. Deep borders are stocked with a variety of plants, small shrubs and bushes and a brick-block path weaves to the far rear of the garden from the gate and steps down from the utility room. A circular brick-block patio with pebble stone borders features to the far end of the garden and offers a very secluded seating area. To the rear of the workshop, a timber lean-to covered store with double doors provides useful garden storage, or, could be used to store firewood. Front & Side A newly laid pebble covered driveway provides parking and leads to a side driveway (shared with the neighbouring property), which in turn leads to a - Workshop/Garage 32‘5‘‘ x 9‘ A large workshop and/or tandem length garage, featuring power and light, inspection pit, solid-fuel burner, fitted timber shelving.


These particulars do not constitute or form part of an offer or contract nor may they be regarded as representations. All dimensions are approximate for guidance only, their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for purpose or included in the Sale. Buyers are advised to obtain verification from their solicitors as to the tenure if the property, as well as fixtures and fittings and where the property has been extended/converted as to planning approval and building regulations. All interested parties must themselves verify their accuracy.
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Date Listing Posted: 17/09/2020
Updated: 02/02/2021
Days on : 138

2 Bedroom Semi-Detached For Sale

Robin Lane, Macclesfield SK11


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Unit 5, Lemanis House, Stone Street, Hythe
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Nearby Stations
Macclesfield Station - 1.15 miles Prestbury Station - 3.13 miles Adlington (Cheshire) Station - 5.00 miles Alderley Edge Station - 5.53 miles
Nearby Schools
Park Lane School - 0.22 miles Macclesfield College - 0.26 miles Ivy Bank Primary School - 0.31 miles The Macclesfield Academy - 0.38 miles
Estimated running costs:
Mortgage £822
Energy £130
Water £50
Broadband £30
Home insurance £13
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