Buxton Road, Stockport, Cheshire, SK12

£290,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A beautifully presented, 3-bed, 2-recep, semi-detatched house with stunning views over open countryside and mature, well-stocked gardens front and back. Bonus boot-room, kitchen annexe and useable attic workspace. Popular commuter village with excellent connections, situated in the beautiful Goyt Valley on the edge of the Peak District. 

Overview

Sought after village on the edge of the Peak District with excellent transport links to Manchester, Manchester Airport and Buxton.

Semi-rural location offering wonderful walks; National Trust's Lyme Park five minutes away and Peak Forest canal path. Countryside views from front and back with stunning gardens.

Period property with modern, neutral decor, wooden flooring and Danish log-burning stove. Bonus hobby room in the loft and spacious boot/cloakroom porch with built-in storage.

Ground floor

Entrance porch / bootroom 12' (3.66m) x 12' (3.66m) L-shape narrows to 5' (1.5m) - L-shaped room with black porcelain floor tiles. Glazed entrance door, large windows with fitted roller blinds, tongue & groove pannelled back wall with coat rack and fitted storage seat below with hinged lid. Two narrow double-glazed internal windows give views into the adjoining hall. Power socket and oil-filled, free-standing radiator.

Hallway - Pair of double-glazed doors lead into wooden floored hall with halogen ceiling lights, radiator, staircase to first floor, panelled below with useful under-stairs storage cupboard. Three oak vaneered doors leading to further rooms.

Sittingroom 14' (4.27m) x 12' (3.66m) into curved bay - Secondary glazed timber bay window with attractive period leaded lights in upper tier. Coved ceiling, original stripped pine floor, open brick fireplace with painted surround and black ceramic tiled hearth. Fitted floating shelves in flanking alcoves, with power points, tv aerial, phone and internet connection.

Rear lounge / family room 16' 4" (4.98m) x 12' (3.66m) - Double-glazed sliding patio doors with side double-glazed window offering lovely open view of the South-facing rear garden. Fitted window-seat with storage in alcove. Eyeball spotlights with dimmer switch, radiator, power points and wooden floor. Recess in chimney breast houses modern style, Danish wood burner on stone hearth. 

Fitted kitchen 13' 6" (4.11m) x 6' (1.83m) - Double-glazed window overlooking rear garden with 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink, with goose neck, chrome, swivel mixer tap, with pull-out extendable hose. Range of fitted base and eye-level units with pale grey shaker-style doors with stainless steel rod handles. Wall-mounted plate and pan rack, solid oak worktops, Metro style, glass tiled splash-back. Four ring gas hob with extractor hood above, built-in Neff 'hide & slide' oven and grill, with built in Neff microwave below. Sizeable understairs pantry cupboard, provision for washing machine. Original quarry tiled floor. Wall mounted central heating combi-boiler; fuse box. Door leads to breakfast annexe.

Breakfast annexe 11' 6" (3.5m) x 5' (1.5m) - Potential utility room. Black ceramic tiled floor with large windows and glazed door to side garden. Oak-topped worktops over free-standing shelving units with powerpoints. Tall stainless steel fridge/freezer (optional). Wall hung shelving units. Recessed halogen spots, free-standing oil-filled radiator.

First floor

Landing - side double-glazed window, power point, loft access with ladder staircase. Stripped pine floor. 

Bathroom 8' 6" (2.59m) x 5' 11" (1.8m) - Double-glazed window to the rear over bath with power shower and clear glass shower screen. Self-closing low level w.c. Bowl basin with tall, chrome side mixer tap set on oak topped vanity unit. Metro style part tiled walls, black porcelain floor tiles. Ceiling spots and wall lights, extractor fan over shower, ladder style, chrome heated towel rail.

Front bedroom - double 11' 11" (3.63m) x 11' 11" (3.63m) - Secondary glazed wooden window with views across the Goyt Valley. Wooden floor, fire surround with period tiles, radiator, power points.

Back bedroom - double 12' (3.66m) x 12' (3.66m) - Double-glazed picture window with panoramic views of countryside. Wooden floor, painted fire surround, tiled hearth, radiator, power points. Built-in shelving to large alcove.

Third bedroom - single/nursery or Office 8' 6" (2.59m) x 5' 11" (1.8m) - Secondary glazed window with Goyt Valley view. Wooden floor, radiator, power point.

Second floor

Loft / hobby room 15' 6" (4.72m) x 14' 6" (4.42m) - Large space accessed via fixed loft ladder. Fully boarded out and carpeted with two velux windows. Plenty of fitted storage cupboards and drawers under the eaves, two exposed beams, power points and fluorescent lighting.

Outside 

Front garden - The property boasts an elevated position offering views to the front and rear. From the street, a dry-stone wall is topped by a substantial shrubbed area, steps lead up to a garden gate. A gravel and stone pathway, with wide shallow steps leads from the front gate to the front and side of the house. There is a large lawned area with mature herbaceous beds, feature trees and shrub borders with steps leading up onto a gravel terrace with covered seat outside the front door of the porch and bay window. Access steps lead back down onto the front lawn, flanked by raised beds on either side.

Rear garden - A sunken, private, south-facing patio with low walls and shallow steps, leading to a good sized lawn with covered, west-facing seat and four raised beds with mixed planting. A trellised archway leads to a fire bowl and a further raised bed with dry-stone wall and native hedging. From the terrace, a gravel path and deep herbaceous border lead to an old apple tree. Beyond, a painted gate leads out to adjoining fields with outstanding views of the hills to the south where horses graze. There is room for a barbeque on a gravelled area adjacent to the patio with useful stone wall/worktop.

Side garden - The front and rear gardens are connected by a wide, shallow stepped, stone and gravel path running along the side of the house with a coldframe, potting bench, log store and bin storage area. Outside the side door to the house is an outside tap and brick storage shed, housing the gas meter and with plenty of room for garden tools. 

Transport - There is ample on street parking outside the house, especially as there are no houses on the opposite side of the road. The 199 bus to Manchester Airport runs past the house; Disley and New Mills Newtown stations are both within walking distance, with regular trains to Stockport / Manchester and Buxton. Within walking distance are the Peak Forest Canal, the River Goyt and Lyme Park. Disley village boasts a Co-op, Post Office, bakery, butchers, hairdresser / barbers / beautician, doctors surgery, dentist and various other shops, restaurants pubs and bars, including the very popular Rams Head pub.

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