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An impressively proportioned Victorian semi detached home centrally located within fashionable West Didsbury village with a range of independent shops, bars and restaurants on the door step, as well as the Metrolink station being with a moments stroll. The property retains a host of character features and requires an element of cosmetic updating. Extending to an impressive 2810 sq ft the accommodation consists of an entrance porch, leading into the hallway which has an impressive spindle balustrade staircase rising to the upper floors. The living room is positioned at the front of the property and has a high cornice ceiling and window with the original shutter blinds. There is a separate dining room positioned in the middle, with oak flooring, and a feature sash window which also has the original shutters. There is ample space for a table and chairs, suitable for entertaining. There is access through to the kitchen which is fitted with a range of units including a breakfast bar, and space for freestanding appliances and white goods. In addition there is a utility area, with the original trough sink. Accessed from the hallway are the full leaf cellars which provide three chambers offering valuable storage, and the potential to be converted into additional living space. The first floor reveals three well proportioned double bedrooms, with all having space for freestanding furniture. The first floor accommodation is served by an en suite bathroom to the front bedroom, and en suite shower room to the rear bedroom. To the upper floor is an impressive double bedroom which has exposed timber beams and is served by an en suite shower room. Externally the property is approached via a pathway to the rear of the retail unit on Burton Road. To the rear is a village courtyard garden, with space for patio furniture and is suitable for barbeques.
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