For Sale 2 Bed House - End Terrace 

Dartford Road, Urmston, £294,950

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  • About the Property

    POPULAR LOCATION! HOME ESTATE AGENTS are proud to bring to the market this charming period three bedroom end of terraced property. Dartford Road was built in 1887 and is the end of four terraces named “Laurel Villas” and was originally built for railway workers.
    This is the first time the property has been on the market in 30 years.A lot of time and care has been taken restoring the property over the years and no expense has been spared. It is brimming with old world charm and period features throughout rarely found today. It is a cosy and comfortable property yet still suitable for modern living. The location of the property is within walking distance of Urmston town centre and within the catchment area for several popular schools. The accommodation comprises of welcoming entrance hallway, front reception room, stove room/reception room and fitted kitchen. To the upstairs from the shaped landing are the two double bedrooms and the four piece fitted bathroom.
    Approaching the property it has a flagged front path this continues around the house.The original front door has been restored and double glazed with original door furniture and also the front gate which has been there since the owners purchased the property.There is a small quarry tiled open porch the interior has been painted white.

    Naturally planted front garden with cottage garden perennials and a lilac bush .A wooden picket fence separating you from the neighbour. The house is the end terrace and flagged down the side with a solid wooden gate leading to the rear of the house.The back is divided into two parts.The patio area and a garage/workshop.Great for storing bikes/motorbikes/cars or could be turned into great undercover play area.A large wooden partition separates the two areas which can be fully opened up.There is also the original toilet building which has been shelved for lots of valuable storage space. To book your viewing call HOME.

    • Great location
    • Close to Urmston town centre
    • Lovingly cared for
    • Many original features
    • Two reception rooms
    • Two double bedrooms
    • Parkray Chiltern 111 multi fuel stove
    • Four piece bathroom
    • Period property
    • Viewing advised
  • Property Details

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Outside

    Approaching the property it has a flagged front path this continues around the house.The original front door has been restored and double glazed with original door furniture and also the front gate which has been there since the owners purchased the property.There is a small quarry tiled open porch the interior has been painted white.

    Naturally planted front garden with cottage garden perennials and a lilac bush.A wooden picket fence separating you from the neighbor. The house is the end terrace and flagged down the side with a solid wooden gate leading to the rear of the house.The back is divided into two parts.The patio area and a garage/workshop.Great for storing bikes/motorbikes/cars or could be turned into great undercover play area.A large wooden partition separates the two areas which can be fully opened up.There is also the original toilet building which has been shelved for lots of valuable storage space.To the back of the house there is a concrete platform to house and keep tidy all the property's bins.
    Upon entering the property there are wide salvaged {from a church} solid pine floorboards and deep polished pine skirt boards these are in every room throughout the house.The staircase is also exposed wood and all the steps have been strengthened from underneath to cope with the wear and tear.Dado rails throughout and the original feature plaster work has been put back throughout the hall. Both door casings leading to the two reception rooms are also stripped and polished pine as are the doors which are also original to the house.
    The front room

    Lovely bright and airy room with two alcoves and a green pure wool carpet.The room has a working fireplace lovely on a cold winters evening.The fire is again original with art nouveau tiles and a solid pine surround.The windows were replaced throughout last year and are hard wood double glazed with K glass made to look like the original sash windows from the exterior.The original box window linings are also restored and intact. The gas and electricity meters are also housed in pine cupboards.The original feature coving has also been restored and painstakingly put back into this very inviting front room.
    The Stove room.

    From the front continuing through to the second reception/stove room.The floor is again wide pine boarding salvaged {from a church}.The house is heated by a Parkray Chiltern 111 multi fuel stove.This is housed in a brick exposed archway with copper piping into the loft it has two tanks in the loft giving you double the hot water you would get from gas central heating.The stove is run on coal throughout the winter and heats all the radiators and is on a timer and just slumbers when when the central heating is off so the house is never cold.You can also burn log and wood on it.The stove has a separate metal hatch on the wall in the side passage for cleaning/sweeping purposes. This is a very economic heating system and just wonderful to have.The room has two alcoves and the original coving has been put back and also the picture rail.Again the feature box window lining has been preserved when replacing the windows last year.This room is so cosy and warm in winter.
    The kitchen

    Going into the light and airy kitchen there is a fantastic storage space underneath the staircase extra large.A false floor was discovered and removed.It is shelved at one side for convenience and the stair steps are strengthened from in here and painted with floor paint.The door is again original to the house stripped and polished.
    The step into the kitchen and the kitchen itself is quarry tiled.The units are cream with wooden door knobs and in the shaker style with pine worktops.The cooker is a double oven with a working extractor hood it is the "Range Master classic 90".There is plenty of room for a washing machine and fridge.The kitchen is tiled with large vintage style classic black and white tiles which compliment the units perfectly.Again a double glazed hand wood window and the window inset is part tiled.The back door is a solid wood stable door which is lovely to keep half open in the summertime or when cooking.A nice compact space with room for everything you need.
    The bathroom

    The bathroom is surprisingly larger than average with a step down into it. The floor is again polished pine floorboards the ceiling is also pine which compliments the whole room.The room has a pedestal wash basin, high level cistern toilet and a roll top bath with ball and claw feet.The room is white painted wooden cladding half way around.There is also a walk in shower cubicle at the end of the bath and a working Victorian radiator.The window is again new with double glazed Art Deco patterned glass for privacy and the box lining is intact and restored.The whole room is just as if it has been taken from a bygone era but has all the functions and comforts of a modern bathroom.

    PORCH

    ENTRANCE HALLWAY

    Upon entering the property there are wide salvaged {from a church} solid pine floorboards and deep polished pine skirt boards these are in every room throughout the house.The staircase is also exposed wood and all the steps have been strengthened from underneath to cope with the wear and tear.Dado rails throughout and the original feature plaster work has been put back throughout the hall. Both door casings leading to the two reception rooms are also stripped and polished pine as are the doors which are also original to the house.

    FRONT RECEPTION ROOM

    3.48m x 3.25m (11'5 x 10'8)
    Lovely bright and airy room with two alcoves and a green pure wool carpet.The room has a working fireplace lovely on a cold winters evening.The fire is again original with art nouveau tiles and a solid pine surround.The windows were replaced throughout last year and are hard wood double glazed with K glass made to look like the original sash windows from the exterior.The original box window linings are also restored and intact. The gas and electricity meters are also housed in pine cupboards.The original feature coving has also been restored and painstakingly put back into this very inviting front room.

    STOVE ROOM/RECEPTION ROOMS

    3.68m x 3.43m (12'1 x 11'3)
    From the front continuing through to the second reception/stove room.The floor is again wide pine boarding salvaged {from a church}.The house is heated by a Parkray Chiltern 111 multi fuel stove.This is housed in a brick exposed archway with copper piping into the loft it has two tanks in the loft giving you double the hot water you would get from gas central heating.The stove is run on coal throughout the winter and heats all the radiators and is on a timer and just slumbers when when the central heating is off so the house is never cold.You can also burn log and wood on it.The stove has a separate metal hatch on the wall in the side passage for cleaning/sweeping purposes. This is a very economic heating system and just wonderful to have.The room has two alcoves and the original coving has been put back and also the picture rail.Again the feature box window lining has been preserved when replacing the windows last year.This room is so cosy and warm in winter

    KITCHEN

    2.74m x 2.34m (9 x 7'8)
    Going into the light and airy kitchen there is a fantastic storage space underneath the staircase extra large.A false floor was discovered and removed.It is shelved at one side for convenience and the stair steps are strengthened from in here and painted with floor paint.The door is again original to the house stripped and polished.
    The step into the kitchen and the kitchen itself is quarry tiled.The units are cream with wooden door knobs and in the shaker style with pine worktops.The cooker is a double oven with a working extractor hood it is the "Range Master classic 90".There is plenty of room for a washing machine and fridge.The kitchen is tiled with large vintage style classic black and white tiles which compliment the units perfectly.Again a double glazed hand wood window and the window inset is part tiled.The back door is a solid wood stable door which is lovely to keep half open in the summertime or when cooking.A nice compact space with room for everything you need.

    LANDING

    A good sized landing with a large storage cupboard with a wooden door which has been shelved.This is also original to the house.

    BEDROOM ONE

    3.48m x 4.32m (11'5 x 14'2)
    The master bedroom is a beautiful light and airy room.The original coving has been replaced.Again new double glazed hardwood windows with the box lining having been restored.The floor is a polished wooden floor.There is also a working cast iron fireplace with as original as possible a black tiled hearth which would have used with this particular fireplace

    BEDROOM TWO

    3.76m x 2.74m (12'4 x 9'0)
    The smaller room is currently being used as a storeroom.The room again has polished wooden floorboards and a dado rail.New hardwood window with the original box linings intact and restored.

    BATHROOM

    The bathroom is surprisingly larger than average with a step down into it. The floor is again polished pine floorboards the ceiling is also pine which compliments the whole room.The room has a pedestal wash basin, high level cistern toilet and a roll top bath with ball and claw feet.The room is white painted wooden cladding half way around.There is also a walk in shower cubicle at the end of the bath and a working victorian radiator.The window is again new with double glazed Art Deco patterned glass for privacy and the box lining is intact and restored.The whole room is just as if it has been taken from a bygone era but has all the functions and comforts of a modern bathroom.

    OUTSIDE

    Approaching the property it has a flagged front path this continues around the house.The original front door has been restored and double glazed with original door furniture and also the front gate which has been there since the owners purchased the property.There is a small quarry tiled open porch the interior has been painted white.

    Naturally planted front garden with cottage garden perennials and a lilac bush .A wooden picket fence separating you from the neighbour. The house is the end terrace and flagged down the side with a solid wooden gate leading to the rear of the house.The back is divided into two parts.The patio area and a garage/workshop.Great for storing bikes/motorbikes/cars or could be turned into great undercover play area.A large wooden partition separates the two areas which can be fully opened up.There is also the original toilet building which has been shelved for lots of valuable storage space.To the back of the house there is a concrete platform to house and keep tidy all the property's bins.

    TENURE

    The vendor has advised us the property is Leasehold.

    Property disclaimer

    PLEASE NOTE: Home Estate Agents have not tested the services and appliances described within this document (including central heating systems), and advise purchasers to have such items tested to their own satisfaction by a specialist. All sizes quoted are approximate. Making an offer: if you are interested in this property, please contact us at the earliest opportunity prior to contacting a bank, building society or solicitor. Failure to do so could result in the property being sold elsewhere and could result in you incurring unnecessary costs such as survey or legal fees. Most of our clients require us to advise them on the status of potential buyers, who make an offer to purchase, therefore you are strongly advised to make an appointment at this stage.

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Location:
Dartford Road, Urmston, Manchester, M41 9DE
Reception Rooms: 2
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
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1 Crofts Bank Road
Urmston
Manchester
M41 0TZ

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