Searching for that quintessential, cosy Victorian terrace?
Brimming with period features and exuding charm, discover Number Ten, Mackenzie Street, delightfully well presented and tucked just off Broad O Th Lane in Astley Bridge.
Follow the stone steps and enter into a useful porch, where you can remove your coats and shoes before entering the hallway.
A prominent striped carpet welcomes you in.
Follow the solid oak door to the right into the lounge, light and airy courtesy of the large window looking out over the front garden.
A traditional style gas fire with ornate black surround lies between the feature wallpapered alcoves.
Soft grey carpeting complements the pale grey walls bringing a modern twist.
Next door, the spacious dining room is decorated in a soft blue hue beneath the traditional picture rail. A perfect contrast to the stained original floorboards.
Another fireplace provides a focal point to centre a large dining table around. Enjoy entertaining guests in this spacious reception room whilst gazing through the sash style out onto the rear patio garden.
Beneath the stairs, a handy cupboard provides additional storage space.
Continue ahead to discover the kitchen.
Terracotta coloured tiling gleams underfoot, reflecting the light from the spotlights above.
Cream country style units curve around into a u-shaped, providing plentiful storage with plumbing beneath for a washing machine and space for a freestanding rangemaster oven and fridge/ freezer.
Sneak a peek out to the quaint yard, from the window above the Belfast sink, seamlessly set within the wooden countertops.
Escape from the cooking and enjoy dinner alfresco on the outdoor patio, via the rear kitchen door.
Back in the hallway, follow the staircase up to the first floor, where two luxuriously styled bedrooms await.
Overlooking the front of the house, is the elegant and inviting master bedroom. Light streams in through both windows, reflecting off the feature wallpaper behind the double bed. With space for bedside tables, drawers, wardrobe and a sofa, this sumptuous bedroom is serene and relaxing. Why not set some candles in the ornamental fireplace to highlight the features?
Coated in cosy, beige carpet like the master bedroom, bedroom two is a sumptuous space in which to relax and recline; a shimmery tree patterned wall-covering making it the ideal guest room.
To one side, there’s plenty space for a desk by the window which overlooks the rear garden, quiet and peaceful for those looking to work from home.
Next door lies the main bathroom, immaculate and as delightfully presented as any room at Number Ten Mackenzie Street.
Sleek white tiling to the walls, providing a modern setting for the traditional style three-piece suite.
In addition to a traditional high level WC and wash hand basin, there is a white freestanding roll-top bath in which to relax, fitted with an overhead shower curtain rail for a morning spritz before starting the day. A cast iron radiator is on hand to warm towels.
Step outside and enjoy a morning coffee in the neat stone paved patio garden to the rear of the home. Mature shrubs set in built-up planters add privacy and greenery for perfect relaxation. A timber gate provides access to the rear.
Out & about:
So close to all the conveniences, there are a number of shops, bars and amenities close by.
Asda, is a couple of minutes’ walk from the doorstep, while for commuters Hall’ith Wood train station is only 15 minutes away on foot from Number Ten, Mackenzie Street.
Shops nearby include The Range, a boutique clothes store and pet supply shop.
For fresh air and exercise, there are a number of parks, rivers and green spaces to explore.