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The average price of Terraced properties in WA4 is £223,147.
The most recent sale of the same type on this road was 126 Ellesmere Road on Feb 18, 2022 for £325,000.
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About this propertyDESCRIPTIONMark Antony Estates
are pleased to introduce to market a charming Victorian
mid-terraced home with canal views, located within walking distance
to Stockton Heath village. Boasting three double bedrooms,
including loft conversion, the property benefits from an open-plan
layout and two gardens. Viewings are highly recommended.
Access into this wonderful family home is through a gated entrance
to the front, leading into a long and light hallway. The ground
floor, with wooden flooring throughout, consists of an open-plan
layout concept with a bay-front window, high ceilings and an
exposed chimney breast feature. To the rear, there is an open
kitchen design with ample storage space with access to the rear.
The first floor accommodates two large double bedrooms, both
allowing plenty of space for wardrobes and office desks, and large
family three-piece suite bathroom.
The second floor has been loft converted, with building
regulations, and accommodates the main bedroom. This includes
built-in storage in the eaves and a large area perfect for working
from home, with beautiful views of Manchester Ship Canal.
GARDENSThis property has the
added benefit of an enclosed courtyard and separate grass verge
garden, both with outdoor storage facilities. The courtyard is
mainly flag paving and raised stone beds, which provides a great
space for Al-Fresco dining and entertaining guests. Access to the
garden can be accessed through the gate of the courtyard or pathway
to the rear of the property. With minimal interference from
neighbouring properties, this property provides optimal lighting
throughout the day and has fantastic scope for further
• Entrance Hall
• Lounge Dining room 7.93m x 3.21m
• Kitchen 3.28m x 3.81m
• Utility Room m x m
• Bedroom Two 3.76m x 4.30m
• Bedroom Three 4.07m x 2.68m
• Bathroom 3.28m x 2.38m
• Bedroom One 5.55m x 4.30m
• Gas Central Heating
• Mains connected: Gas, Electric
• Drainage: Mains
• Broadband Availability: Up to 516Mb (Via Virgin Media)
This urban sanctuary sits around Walton Gardens, home to 32 acres
of beautiful parkland. Once home to the Greenall brewing magnates,
Walton Hall was originally built in 1938. The estate is now open to
the public and houses plenty of family amenities, including a
children‘s zoo and park. The area benefits from handy shops, cosy
pubs and a golf course, making it an ideal rural suburb. Plus,
Walton falls into the catchment for some of Warrington‘s
most-highly regarded schools, making it a sought-after location for
families. Thanks to its leafy setting, the area attracts those
looking for a well-connected countryside retreat. The meandering
canal paths and parkland provide the perfect place for lazy picnics
or hikes for the more actively inclined.
• Stockton Heath 10 minute walk
• Walton Gardens 1 mile walk
• Warrington Town Centre 2 miles
• Manchester Airport 15 miles via M56
• Manchester City Centre 18 miles via M56
• Liverpool City Centre 20 miles via M62
(Distances quoted are approximate)
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