- 19th Century Grade II listed terraced cottage
- Open plan lounge/ kitchen
- Useful loft space
- Conservation area
- Viewing a must
- Unique industrial influenced architectural theme
- One bedroom with contemporary en suite and dressing room
- Stunning family bathroom
- Secure gated access
Karen Ritchie Estates are delighted to be instructed with the sale of this stunning period stone property dating back to1847.
This immaculately presented cottage has been subject to a unique restoration using an industrial influenced architectural style and finished to the highest specification.
The property is located in the conservation area overlooking St Pauls Church, Halliwell but close to all local amenities to include shops, schools and major transport links. A perfect home for the style conscious executive with an appreciation of the finer things, suitable for someone looking to down size but retain a home with charm and comfortable living space or equally as a quality buy to let investment opportunity ready for immediate occupation.
From entering the unique character of this cottage is evident retaining many period features, tall ceilings, large sash windows to the front and rear and a carefully designed industrial influenced architectural theme throughout. Both floors offer fully open planned living to maximise the internal space and add a contemporary twist to the period style.
The lower floor comprises of a good sized principal lounge, the beautiful arch shaped original window to the front of the property has been fitted with quality wooden internal shutters providing extra security for the premises whilst flattering the interior design.
The log burning stove in an attractive feature surround stands central to the room and the brick effect feature wall throughout complements its surroundings .The flooring comprises of a high quality marble offering a striking but low maintenance option.
The lounge gives open access to a stunning contemporary kitchen/ diner in a crisp white finish. A range of floor and wall mounted units with complementary work surfaces house a selection of integrated appliances- fridge freezer, washing machine and wine cooling unit whilst the oven and cooking hob are again showcased in a carefully designed central feature The matching island provides additional preparation space plus storage.
To the first floor the space has been re aligned to create one supreme master bedroom with en suite and dressing area, further the creative use of support walls add character and definition to the open planned nature of this floor.
The free standing bath set on a raised plinth comes complete with integrated shower attachment, there is a good sized washbasin with chrome mixer tap set in a complementary vanity unit and a wc.,.ample space for wardrobe and storage units remain.
The original fireplaces have been preserved and add tasteful focal points to the room.
If the preference is to create a second bedroom this can easily be achieved by a partitioning wall returning the upper floor to its former state.
The staircase leads up to the accessible loft space which has been adapted to a useful storage area.
The property also offers sizeable basement room. This has been adapted to a stunning bathroom "sanctuary", Beautifully refurbished and comprising of a three piece bathroom suite in white finish, tiled flooring with fully tiled contrasting wall elevations, the perfect retreat for some well deserved "me time".
To the exterior of the building the original York stone paving remains in place front and rear and this end terraced property is flattered by a small side garden area of established shrubbery.
An absolute dream character cottage and one not to be missed, deceptively spacious with an attractive outlook to the front and rear. This accommodation must be viewed to fully appreciate and we recommend early inspection to avoid disappointment.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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