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House for sale, Sale, Trafford

£276,328

8th of april, 2014 23:07
Bedrooms: 3
Description A substantial, traditional three bedroom semi detached property offering spacious and versatile family accommodation. Located on a popular road in Sale conveniently placed for Sale town centre. The internal accommodation has been finished to a high standard retaining the original features and comprises briefly: Entrance porch, reception hall, lounge, sitting room, garden room, extended kitchen and downstairs W.C. To the first floor there are three well proportioned bedrooms, and a large family bathroom with four piece suite. Double glazing and gas central heating are installed. A gated and paved driveway to the front of the property provides parking for several vehicles and an attractive well-stocked south facing rear garden, complete with detached outbuilding with power, lighting, attic storage areas and french doors opening onto the patio area of the garden, making an ideal home office. Viewing of this fine home is highly recommended. Entrance Porch A fully enclosed double glazed porch with tiled floor, and cupboards housing the gas and electric meter. Entrance Hall 14'06 x 8'11 4.42m x 2.72m The property is entered via the original 1930's hardwood front door with leaded and stained glass inserts, original stained glass side panel windows and wood panelling below. Spindled staircase to the first floor and original dado, skirting and ceiling cornice. Telephone point, two double panelled radiator and doors to the following: Sitting Room 14'04 x 12'02 4.37m x 3.71m Of generous proportions with UPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect, original ceiling cornice and skirting, and laminate wood flooring complete the room. Television point and double panelled radiator. Lounge 14'09 x 11'09 4.50m x 3.58m Another sizeable reception room with laminate wood flooring, two wall recess areas, two wall lamps, original cornice and skirting. An original 1920's reclaimed enamel fireplace is included in the sale. Television point and two double panelled radiators. Archway leading through to the garden room. Garden Room 16'00 x 10'05 4.88m x 3.18m A great addition to the property with laminate wood flooring, and UPVC double glazed french doors leading to the patio area of the garden. Two wall lamps, suspended electric fan, and double panelled radiator. Archway leading through to the kitchen. Extended Kitchen 22'00 x 9'00 6.71m x 2.74m With an extensive range of wall, eye level and floor to ceiling units. Roll top work surface areas incorporating a stainless steel double sink unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for all white good and an integrated electric oven with five ring gas hob with chimney style extractor above. Inset halogen spotlights, laminate wood flooring and UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation and french doors leading out to the patio area of the garden. Downstairs W.C 4'08 x 2'07 1.42m x 0.79m With two piece suite comprising low level W.C and wash hand basin. Opaque UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. Tiled walls and flooring. First Floor Spacious landing area with original leaded and stained glass window to the side elevation. Doors leading to; Master Bedroom 14'02 x 11'11 4.32m x 3.63m A sizeable master suite with an abundance of fitted wardrobes, and UPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Original picture rail and skirting, and laminate wood flooring. Ceiling light point and double panelled radiator. Bedroom Two 14'05 x 11'11 4.39m x 3.63m Another good sized double bedroom with UPVC double glazed bay window to the front elevation and built in wardrobes. Original picture rail and skirting. Ceiling light point and radiator. Bedroom Three 9'00 x 7'10 2.74m x 2.39m With built in wardrobes and UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation. Laminate wood flooring, original picture rail and skirting, ceiling light point and double panelled radiator. Bathroom 10'08 x 8'11 3.25m x 2.72m Four piece suite comprising low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin, corner bath and separate shower cubicle. Tiled flooring and walls with accent border. Heated chrome towel rail and opaque UPVC double glazed windows to both the side an rear aspect. Externally The front of the property is accessed via wrought iron double gates and enclosed by red brick wall and mature trees and and planting. A paved driveway provides ample off road parking for several vehicles and leads down the side of the property to a second set of wrought iron double gates, to the garage. To the rear of the property the garden stretches to 100ft and is mainly laid to lawn edged with privet hedges and fence panels, a patio area provides space for alfresco dining. Outbuilding 25'10 x 12'05 7.87m x 3.78m Accessed via an up and over door, with power lighting and UPVC double glazed french doors and window to the side elevation. There is access to divided loft space, via two separate access points with hatch and pull down ladder. The loft space if boarded and provides lighting. Would make an ideal home office/studio. These particulars are believed to be accurate but they are not guaranteed and do not form a contract. Neither Jordan Fishwick nor the vendor or lessor accept any responsibility in respect of these particulars, which are not intended to be statements or representations of fact and any intending purchaser or lessee must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. Any floorplans on this brochure are for illustrative purposes only and are not necessarily to scale. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1905083/
House for sale, Sale, Trafford

£163,455

13th of february, 2014 19:41
Bedrooms: 3
Offered with NO CHAIN this Spacious three double bedroom semi-detached family home is situated in the popular South Manchester suburb of Sale within walking distance of Sale Moor Village. With a reception room, dining room, kitchen, sun room and a “snug” the property provides a wealth of highly versatile living accommodation. Externally, to the front of the property there is ample off road parking with a gated driveway leading to the spacious rear garden which boasts a heated swimming pool, lawned garden, garage a workshop and a patio/barbeque area. With the location and the size of the property an early viewing is highly recommended. Ground Floor Lounge 13' 11" x 12' 1" (4.24m x 3.69m) Large upvc double glazed window to front aspect, Radiator, Electric fire with wood surround, set within a tiled hearth and with a decorative tiled inlay, TV point. Dining Room 11' 8" x 13' 8" (3.57m x 4.18m) UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect cornice, TV/internet point, Telephone point and Radiator Snug 13' 6" x 7' 8" (4.11m x 2.35m) Upvc double glazed window to the side aspect, Radiator, doorway leading to living room and kitchen Kitchen 12' 8" x 9' 11" (3.87m x 3.02m) Fitted with a range of base and eye level units and granite effect round edge work surfaces over and a tiled splashback. Stainless steel sink with hot and cold mixer tap over. Space for electric range style cooker with extractor fan over. Upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect. Door with glass inset leading to the sunroom. Space for freestanding fridge freezer. Wall mounted Worcester boiler. Conservatory 14' 6" x 12' 1" (4.42m x 3.69m) Radiator, Single glazed windows overlooking rear garden and swimming pool. First Floor Master Bedroom 13' 10" x 10' 6" (4.21m x 3.20m) Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect, Radiator, TV and Telephone point. Second Bedroom 13' 8" x 9' 1" (4.18m x 2.77m) Upvc double glazed window to the side aspect, Radiator Third Bedroom 11' 10" x 7' 1" (3.60m x 2.17m) Upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect, Two radiators, TV point. Bathroom 8' 1" x 7' 11" (2.47m x 2.41m) Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of corner bath with electric shower over, pedestal hand wash basin, tiled splashback and low level WC. Radiator. Upvc double glazed window to the side aspect. Garden Garden To the front of the property is a driveway providing off road parking and wrought iron gates providing access to the side. Privet hedging encloses the property to the front and to one side. To the side of the property is a continuation of the driveway, bordered with mature shrubs, which extends to the full length of the rear garden and leads to the garage. To the rear of the property, a flagged patio area provides an ideal space for outside dining. There is a lawned area as well as a heated swimming pool surrounded by flag stone paving. A Useful outbuilding provides additional storage. The rear is enclosed by fencing and mature trees and shrubbery, which provide a good degree of privacy. Garage Property Ref:84_2218_3208314. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1485725/
Studio for rent, Sale, Trafford

£249 /month

8th of april, 2014 22:49
Rooms: 1
Please Note: Pictures are from the last time we had the property and will be upodated ASAP This studio comprises a spacious all round living/bedroom area with a separate kitchen. This property is unfurnished. The bathroom is separate from the living area. OTHER INFORMATION Sale is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, in Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Cheshire, the town lies on flat ground on the south bank of the River Mersey, 1.9 miles (3.1 km) south of Stretford, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) northeast of Altrincham, and 5.2 miles (8.4 km) southwest of the city of Manchester. As of the 2001 United Kingdom census, it had a population of 55, 000. Evidence of Stone Age, Roman, and Anglo-Saxon activity has been discovered locally. Throughout the Middle Ages, Sale was a rural township, linked ecclesiastically with neighbouring Ashton upon Mersey. In this period, its fertile fields and meadows were used for crops and cattle farming. By the 17th century Sale, had developed a thriving cottage industry, manufacturing garthweb, the woven material from which horses` saddle girths were made. The Bridgewater Canal reached the town in 1765, providing transport for goods and people, stimulating Sale`s urbanisation. The arrival of the railway in 1849 triggered Sale`s growth as a commuter town for Manchester and beyond, leading to an influx of middle class residents; by the end of the 19th century the town`s population had more than tripled. Agriculture subsequently declined as service industries boomed. Sale`s urban growth resulted in a merger with neighbouring Ashton upon Mersey, following the Local Government Act 1929. The increase in population led to the granting of a charter in 1935, giving Sale honorific borough status. Since then, Sale has continued to thrive as a commuter town, supported by its proximity to the M60 motorway and the Manchester Metrolink network. Retail, real estate, and business sectors have developed. Two of the town`s main attractions are the Sale Water Park, which contains an artificial lake used for water-sports, and the Waterside Arts Centre. Sale Sharks rugby union club was founded in the town, as was the Sale Harriers athletics club, although both have now relocated elsewhere TRANSPORT The first turnpike road in the area was the latter-day A56 Chester Road between Manchester and Crossford Bridge (on the border between Sale and Stretford). Turnpike trusts collected tolls from road users and used the proceeds to maintain the highway. There was a toll booth on the Sale side of Crossford Bridge. Another section of road between Altrincham and Crossford Bridge was turnpiked in 1765. The commencement of "swift packet" services on the newly opened Bridgewater Canal in 1776 made commuting from Sale into Manchester both practical and convenient, with boats travelling at a relatively swift 10 mph (16 km/h). However the arrival in 1849 of the Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway sounded a death-knell for both the canal packet services and turnpike trusts. Many trusts went into terminal decline, mirroring a national trend. By 1888 almost all roads and highways were the responsibility of the local authority. Sale`s railway station, originally named Sale Moor, was renamed to Sale in 1856. Three years later Brooklands railway station was opened, followed in 1931 by the opening of Dane Road railway station along with the electrification of the entire line. The line was renovated in the early 1990s and is now part of the Metrolink. Following the completion of a tramway between Manchester and Stretford in 1901, the British Electric Traction Company applied to Parliament for an extension to Sale. The proposal was amended to continue the line further south, into Altrincham. The line through Sale was owned by Sale Urban District Council and leased to the Manchester Corporation. Services to Sale commenced in 1907. A branch along Northenden Road from the line to Sale Moor was created in 1912. Sale Moor`s line had only a single track which in 1925 resulted in a head-on collision between two tramcars, injuring eight passengers. Bus services were first introduced to the area in the 1920s, but became more widespread in the 1930s. The buses did not suffer the drawback of being limited to tracks and were therefore more practical than the tram services which from the 1930s went into decline. The tramlines along Northenden Road were removed between 1932 and 1934, and throughout Sale in the 1940s. The Metrolink system connects Sale with other locations in Greater Manchester. Trams depart the town`s three stations every six minutes between 7:15 am and 6:30 pm, and every 12 minutes at other times of the day. The nearest main line railway station is Navigation Road in Altrincham, from where trains run to Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport and Chester. Bus routes operated by various companies provide services to Manchester and Altrincham. The A56 road runs between Chester and North Yorkshire via Sale, Manchester, and Burnley, and the M60 motorway – which encircles Manchester – can be accessed via junction 7, just to the north of Sale. The M56 and M62 motorways are about 4 miles (6 km) away, and the M6 motorway, which runs between Warwickshire and Carlisle, is about 7 miles (11 km) to the west. Manchester Airport, the busiest airport in the UK outside the London area, is 4 miles (6 km) to the south Notice All photographs are provided for guidance only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1448948/
House for sale, Sale, Trafford

£163,455

9th of february, 2014 07:08
Bedrooms: 3
Situated within walking distance of Sale Moor village this three bedroom detached house is ideal for those who wish to immediately move in. Three reception rooms provide a generous amount of living space, accompanied with a complete fitted kitchen. The property also benefits from three double bedrooms, and a generous bathroom. To the rear of the property is a spacious garden, surrounded by mature shrubbery and fencing which offers a good degree of privacy, and boasts an outdoor heated swimming pool. In brief the property comprises: Three reception rooms, fitted kitchen, and a utility to the ground floor, and three double bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor. LOCATION Sale is a vibrant town which enjoys a strong variety of differing housing stock, varying from contemporary apartment developments through to many beautiful period and traditional homes. The area is popular due to the strong links into Manchester City Centre via the three Metrolink stations. The nearby North West Motorway Network and easily accessible Manchester International Airport provide further valuable commuter links. The town centres of Sale and Altrincham provide for all comprehensive shopping needs, including a large number of multiple retail outlets. One of Europe's largest shopping centres, The Trafford Centre can be found only a few miles away. Trafford is also well known for its excellent educational facilities and there are several good schools situated close by to suit children of all ages. DIRECTIONS From our Sale office head out of Sale towards Northenden, along Northenden Road. Follow Northenden road through the one way system and continue for another half a mile. The property will be on the left hand side clearly marked by a Gascoigne Halman For Sale board. For SatNav purposes: M33 2PG IN FURTHER DETAIL THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES Please note that we have not checked any of the appliances or the central heating system included in the sale (if any). All prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves on this point prior to entering into a contract. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Door Hardwood door with opaque inset leading into lounge. Lounge 10'4 (3.15m) x 13'7 (4.14m) Large upvc double glazed window to front aspect. Ceiling cornice. Ceiling light point. Radiator. Electric fire with wood surround, set upon tiled hearth and with decorative tiled inlay. TV point. Hallway Ceiling light point. Ceiling cornice. Stairs leading to the first floor. Upvc hardwood door leading to the side aspect. Living Room 11'8 (3.56m) x 13'8 (4.17m) With upvc double glazed window to the side aspect. Ceiling light point and cornice. TV/internet point. Telephone point. Radiator. Dining Room 7'4 (2.24m) x 13'7 (4.14m) Upvc double glazed window to the side aspect. Radiator. Ceiling light point and cornice. Open arch doorway leading to living room . Kitchen 9'2 (2.79m) x 12'7 (3.84m) Fitted with a range of base and eye level units with granite effect round edge work surfaces over and a tiled splashback. Stainless steel sink with hot and cold mixer tap over. Space for electric range style cooker with extractor fan over. Upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect. Door with glass inset leading to utility and conservatory. Space for freestanding fridge freezer. Wall mounted Worcester boiler. Utility Room 14'1 (4.29m) x 12'7 (3.84m) Opaque single glazed window to one side. Single glazed windows to the remaining two. Single glazed door gives access to the rear. Ceiling light point. Radiator. FIRST FLOOR First Floor Landing Two ceiling light points. Loft access. Bedroom 1 10'5 (3.18m) x 13'8 (4.17m) Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect. Radiator. Ceiling light point. TV point. Telephone point. Bedroom 2 11'9 (3.58m) x 8'2 (2.49m) Upvc double glazed window to the side aspect. Radiator. Ceiling light point. Bedroom 3 9'2 (2.79m) x 13'7 (4.14m) Upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect. Two radiators. TV point. Ceiling light point. Bathroom Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of corner bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin with separate hot and cold taps, tiled splashback and low level WC. Radiator. Space for storage. Upvc double glazed opaque window to the side aspect. Ceiling light point. OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a driveway providing off road parking and wrought iron gates give access to the side. Privet hedging encloses the property to the front and to one side. To the side of the property is a continuation of the driveway, bordered with mature shrubs, which extends to the full length of the rear garden. To the rear of the property, a flagged patio area provides an ideal space for outside dining. There is a lawned area as well as a heated swimming pool surrounded by flag stone paving. A Useful outbuilding provides additional storage. The rear is enclosed by fencing and mature trees and shrubbery, which provide a good degree of privacy. Energy Efficiency Rating TENURE Freehold. Subject to verification by solicitor. SERVICES (NOT TESTED) No tests have been made of mains services, heating systems or associated appliances and neither has confirmation been obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services. We cannot therefore confirm that they are in working order and any prospective purchaser is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. LOCAL AUTHORITY Trafford MBC - Tax Band D POSTCODE M33 2PG POSSESSION Vacant possession upon completion. VIEWING Viewing strictly by appointment through the Agents. MORTGAGE INFORMATION Gascoigne Halman Private Finance Ltd offers independent financial advice, which is regulated by the Financial Services Authority for mortgage, life assurance, pensions, unit trusts and individual savings accounts. Our financial advisers will be advised of all offers made. They have a wealth of experience in the highly competitive area of mortgage rates and available products. By our arranging an appointment to discuss your requirements, you will receive professional and independent mortgage advice that will be entirely appropriate to your own circumstances, may well save you money and speed up the whole transaction. Disclaimer Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage. Please contact our Independent Financial Adviser Mark Roberts on . Authorised & Regulated by the Financial Services Authority. SURVEYS Gascoigne Halman offer a range of surveys for prospective homebuyers which are undertaken by Chartered Surveyors. We can carry out Building Surveys, Home Buyer Reports or Condition Reports on a wide range of property types. If you would like to arrange a survey on this house or on any other property you might be considering, please call the Survey Department on to discuss your requirements. RESIDENTIAL LETTING & MANAGEMENT If you already have or are considering purchasing a property to let please contact your local office for specialist advice or email. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t650528/
Semi-detached house for sale, Sale, Trafford

£548,818

10th of april 16:09
Bedrooms: 5
Formally known as Temple Villa this beautifully arranged five bedroom detached residence offers a wealth of character with original features throughout the property. This truly is a stunning home for those looking for spacious rooms with high ceilings, cast iron open fires, original cornices and sash style windows. Each room has been decorated in keeping with the style and age of the property. Temple Villa offers substantial accommodation over three floors with the lower ground floor presenting a converted cellar now boasting a large reception room that can be versatile in use, a converted study with Internet access and all the comfort needed to use as an office. The ground floor presents a sitting room with open slate iron fire, a grand living room with a beautiful open slate iron log fire, large floor to ceiling original doors proving access to the rear landscaped garden providing stunning views, a grand dining room with large bay sash style windows, original wooden flooring and open fire, kitchen with breakfast bar opening to a utility area. The first floor offers FOUR DOUBLE bedrooms, master bedroom with large en-suite modern shower room/WC, access to a loft room, and further bedroom with arched feature window, and a modern bathroom/WC. The property stands in stunning gardens to both front and rear which have been carefully designed and feature holly trees, plants and borders. The rear garden is of substantial size offers a large lawned area being surrounded and edged by plants and trees. There is a hard stoned patio area for outside dining and a outbuilding for storage. EPC Grade = F Lower Ground Floor Study 10' 4" x 11' 7" (3.15m x 3.53m) Converted cellar now creating space currently used as a study with desk area and utilities for broad band, double glazed window to the front and side elevation, wood effect flooring, recess ceiling down lighting, gas central heating boiler incorporated into a cupboard. Converted Cellar 18' 2" x 10' 11" (5.54m x 3.33m) The cellar has been converted and now creates a great space to use as a further bedroom or entertaining room an offers a window to the front elevation and recess ceiling down lighting. Ground Floor Entrance Hall Covered arched porch with steps leading to the entrance door, hard wood door with glass insert, access to the sitting room, dining room down stairs W/C, kitchen and main living room, radiator, spindle staircase to the first floor. There is also a staircase that leads down to the lower ground floor. Sitting Room 11' 11" x 10' 9" (3.63m x 3.28m) Double glazed window to the front elevation, two double glazed windows to the side elevation, beautiful cast iron arched feature fire with wood burning stove set upon a dark tiled hearth, high picture rail, radiator. Main Living Room 19' 10" x 16' 4" (6.05m x 4.98m) The feature of this main living room is the large floor to ceiling windows and double doors providing ample lighting throughout the room and stunning views of the garden, an attractive open cast iron fire stands central, double glazed window to the side elevation, high picture rail, decorative centre ceiling cornice bringing the room together, two antique slate iron radiators. Dining Room 18' 5" x 12' 4" (5.61m x 3.76m) The dining room offers a room ideal for entertaining and presents space for a large dining table, double glazed bay panelled window to the front elevation, cast iron open fire set upon tiled hearth and wooden surround, built in cupboard, dark effect original wooden flooring, high level skirting boards, ceiling coving, high picture rail, radiator, centre ceiling rose. Kitchen/Breakfast Room 16' 8" x 12' 11" (5.08m x 3.94m) A spacious family kitchen fitted with a range of base and wall units with granite complimentary work surface over, built in AGA stove, breakfast bar, Belfast sink incorporated into work surface with stainless steel mixer tap, space for dish washer, space for fridge and freezer, mosaic style part tiled walls, tiled flooring, double glazed window to the rear elevation, access to the utility room. Utility Room 10' 7" x 5' 2" (3.23m x 1.57m) Accessed from the kitchen this area provides the washing machine and dryer, stainless steel sink with drainer unit and mixer tap, double glazed window to the rear elevation. Cloakroom/WC Accessed from the hallway, Cloak room recess, W/C and wall mounted W/C, wash hand basin. First Floor Landing Master Bedroom 15' 10" x 15' 6" (max) (4.83m x 4.72m (max)) Two large double glazed sash style windows to the rear elevation with views over the rear garden, high picture rail, radiator, door to en-suite shower room/WC and access via wooden stairs to the converted loft room. En-suite Shower/WC 10' 3" x 7' 9" (3.12m x 2.36m) Larger than average recently re-fitted en-suite shower room with walk in free standing shower, with two shower screens, part tiled walls, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low level W/C, stainless steel heated towel rail, recess ceiling down lighting, arched double glazed window to the side elevation. Converted Loft Room 17' 1" x 4' 5" (5.21m x 1.35m) Stairs access from master bedroom to the converted loft space with velux window and space for ample storage. Bedroom Two 14' 9" x 13' 1" (4.5m x 3.99m) Double room with double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the gardens, high picture rail, coved ceiling, built in storage cupboard and sink incorporated into vanity unit, radiator. Bedroom Three 12' 6" x 11' 10" (3.81m x 3.61m) Double bedroom with double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, high picture rail, built in cupboard. Bedroom Four 11' 11" x 11' 8" (3.63m x 3.56m) Fourth double bedroom with double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, high picture rail. Bedroom Five 8' 5" x 6' 1" (2.57m x 1.85m) Beautifully designed feature arched double glazed window, radiator. Bathroom Modern fitted bathroom with a curved bath and shower over, low level W/C, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, recess ceiling down lighting. External The property stands in beautifully arranged gardens the front presents a driveway providing off road parking, there is a large high hedge boundary offering a degree of privacy with plants shrubs, rockery and borders. The rear garden is of substantial size offering a large lawned area, patio area and edges with plants and trees. There garden also presents a beautiful water feature located to the rear. Directions :- From the sale office proceed onto Northenden Road turn left onto Temple Road where the property will be identified on the right hand side by a Reeds Rains board. F24. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3649585/
Studio for rent, Sale, Trafford

£249 /month

21st of june, 2013 14:29
Rooms: 1
Wow this great studio comprises of a good size living area.This room is a bright spacious living accommodation and features large bay windows and laminated flooring. The best feature in this property is the fact that the kitchen is separate from the living area giving you that extra living space you need. The kitchen comprises plenty work surfaces and cupboards and houses most white goods. The bathroom comprises a walk in shower perfect for a busy life style along with a toilet and sink of course! The surrounding grounds features small gardens for you to enjoy all weathers. HAVE YOU GOT A POOR CREDIT STATUS? We can help! Always be upfront & discuss your credit history Always be honest with us from the beginning and if you have bad credit, we may not have a problem renting to you. Get recommended A good reference from your previous landlord or agent, showing how prompt you have been with paying your rent and that you have looked after your current property could stand you in good stead with your application. Prove your income If you have been in a stable job for some time and can prove this with a reference from your employer, wage slips & bank statements showing your salary being paid into your account. This can be more important than your previous credit history. Get a guarantor Try to get someone with a clean credit history to stand as a guarantor for you. A guarantor is a person who signs an agreement to guarantee the rent, which means if you don`t or can`t pay the rent - they`ll have too! Advance rent Pay 6 months rent payments in advance. Whatever your situation, contact us and we will let you know immediately if we can help? Sale is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, in Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Cheshire, the town lies on flat ground on the south bank of the River Mersey, 1.9 miles (3.1 km) south of Stretford, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) northeast of Altrincham, and 5.2 miles (8.4 km) southwest of the city of Manchester. As of the 2001 United Kingdom census, it had a population of 55, 000. Evidence of Stone Age, Roman, and Anglo-Saxon activity has been discovered locally. Throughout the Middle Ages, Sale was a rural township, linked ecclesiastically with neighbouring Ashton upon Mersey. In this period, its fertile fields and meadows were used for crops and cattle farming. By the 17th century Sale, had developed a thriving cottage industry, manufacturing garthweb, the woven material from which horses` saddle girths were made. The Bridgewater Canal reached the town in 1765, providing transport for goods and people, stimulating Sale`s urbanisation. The arrival of the railway in 1849 triggered Sale`s growth as a commuter town for Manchester and beyond, leading to an influx of middle class residents; by the end of the 19th century the town`s population had more than tripled. Agriculture subsequently declined as service industries boomed. Sale`s urban growth resulted in a merger with neighbouring Ashton upon Mersey, following the Local Government Act 1929. The increase in population led to the granting of a charter in 1935, giving Sale honorific borough status. Since then, Sale has continued to thrive as a commuter town, supported by its proximity to the M60 motorway and the Manchester Metrolink network. Retail, real estate, and business sectors have developed. Two of the town`s main attractions are the Sale Water Park, which contains an artificial lake used for water-sports, and the Waterside Arts Centre. Sale Sharks rugby union club was founded in the town, as was the Sale Harriers athletics club, although both have now relocated elsewhere TRANSPORT The first turnpike road in the area was the latter-day A56 Chester Road between Manchester and Crossford Bridge (on the border between Sale and Stretford). Turnpike trusts collected tolls from road users and used the proceeds to maintain the highway. There was a toll booth on the Sale side of Crossford Bridge. Another section of road between Altrincham and Crossford Bridge was turnpiked in 1765. The commencement of "swift packet" services on the newly opened Bridgewater Canal in 1776 made commuting from Sale into Manchester both practical and convenient, with boats travelling at a relatively swift 10 mph (16 km/h). However the arrival in 1849 of the Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway sounded a death-knell for both the canal packet services and turnpike trusts. Many trusts went into terminal decline, mirroring a national trend. By 1888 almost all roads and highways were the responsibility of the local authority. Sale`s railway station, originally named Sale Moor, was renamed to Sale in 1856. Three years later Brooklands railway station was opened, followed in 1931 by the opening of Dane Road railway station along with the electrification of the entire line. The line was renovated in the early 1990s and is now part of the Metrolink. Following the completion of a tramway between Manchester and Stretford in 1901, the British Electric Traction Company applied to Parliament for an extension to Sale. The proposal was amended to continue the line further south, into Altrincham. The line through Sale was owned by Sale Urban District Council and leased to the Manchester Corporation. Services to Sale commenced in 1907. A branch along Northenden Road from the line to Sale Moor was created in 1912. Sale Moor`s line had only a single track which in 1925 resulted in a head-on collision between two tramcars, injuring eight passengers. Bus services were first introduced to the area in the 1920s, but became more widespread in the 1930s. The buses did not suffer the drawback of being limited to tracks and were therefore more practical than the tram services which from the 1930s went into decline. The tramlines along Northenden Road were removed between 1932 and 1934, and throughout Sale in the 1940s. The Metrolink system connects Sale with other locations in Greater Manchester. Trams depart the town`s three stations every six minutes between 7:15 am and 6:30 pm, and every 12 minutes at other times of the day. The nearest main line railway station is Navigation Road in Altrincham, from where trains run to Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport and Chester. Bus routes operated by various companies provide services to Manchester and Altrincham. The A56 road runs between Chester and North Yorkshire via Sale, Manchester, and Burnley, and the M60 motorway which encircles Manchester can be accessed via junction 7, just to the north of Sale. The M56 and M62 motorways are about 4 miles (6 km) away, and the M6 motorway, which runs between Warwickshire and Carlisle, is about 7 miles (11 km) to the west. Manchester Airport, the busiest airport in the UK outside the London area, is 4 miles (6 km) to the south Notice All photographs are provided for guidance only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t53510/
Flat for rent, Sale, Trafford

£291 /month

6 days ago 10:41
Bedrooms: 1
Please Note: Pictures will be updated ASAP This property is in a great location and a great size for a one bed flat - so lets take a look around. The large living area is fully furnished and features laminated flooring and large bay windows. The separate kitchen comprises plenty work surface`s, drawers and cupboards for you to prepare and store your weekly shop. The bedroom is a great size and can be fully or unfurnished. The bathroom comprises a shower cubicle for quickness. Over 25`s in full time employment, DLA will be consider for Over 35`s`s only with a home owner guarantor in place and the fees upfront. OTHER INFORMATION Sale is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, in Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Cheshire, the town lies on flat ground on the south bank of the River Mersey, 1.9 miles (3.1 km) south of Stretford, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) northeast of Altrincham, and 5.2 miles (8.4 km) southwest of the city of Manchester. As of the 2001 United Kingdom census, it had a population of 55, 000. Evidence of Stone Age, Roman, and Anglo-Saxon activity has been discovered locally. Throughout the Middle Ages, Sale was a rural township, linked ecclesiastically with neighboring Ashton upon Mersey. In this period, its fertile fields and meadows were used for crops and cattle farming. By the 17th century Sale, had developed a thriving cottage industry, manufacturing garthweb, the woven material from which horses` saddle girths were made. The Bridgewater Canal reached the town in 1765, providing transport for goods and people, stimulating Sale`s urbanization. The arrival of the railway in 1849 triggered Sale`s growth as a commuter town for Manchester and beyond, leading to an influx of middle class residents; by the end of the 19th century the town`s population had more than tripled. Agriculture subsequently declined as service industries boomed. Sale`s urban growth resulted in a merger with neighboring Ashton upon Mersey, following the Local Government Act 1929. The increase in population led to the granting of a charter in 1935, giving Sale honorific borough status. Since then, Sale has continued to thrive as a commuter town, supported by its proximity to the M60 motorway and the Manchester Metrolink network. Retail, real estate, and business sectors have developed. Two of the town`s main attractions are the Sale Water Park, which contains an artificial lake used for water-sports, and the Waterside Arts Centre. Sale Sharks rugby union club was founded in the town, as was the Sale Harriers athletics club, although both have now relocated elsewhere TRANSPORT The first turnpike road in the area was the latter-day A56 Chester Road between Manchester and Crossford Bridge (on the border between Sale and Stretford). Turnpike trusts collected tolls from road users and used the proceeds to maintain the highway. There was a toll booth on the Sale side of Crossford Bridge. Another section of road between Altrincham and Crossford Bridge was turnpiked in 1765. The commencement of "swift packet" services on the newly opened Bridgewater Canal in 1776 made commuting from Sale into Manchester both practical and convenient, with boats traveling at a relatively swift 10 MPH (16 km/h). However the arrival in 1849 of the Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway sounded a death-knell for both the canal packet services and turnpike trusts. Many trusts went into terminal decline, mirroring a national trend. By 1888 almost all roads and highways were the responsibility of the local authority. Sale`s railway station, originally named Sale Moor, was renamed to Sale in 1856. Three years later Brooklands railway station was opened, followed in 1931 by the opening of Dane Road railway station along with the electrification of the entire line. The line was renovated in the early 1990s and is now part of the Metrolink. Following the completion of a tramway between Manchester and Stretford in 1901, the British Electric Traction Company applied to Parliament for an extension to Sale. The proposal was amended to continue the line further south, into Altrincham. The line through Sale was owned by Sale Urban District Council and leased to the Manchester Corporation. Services to Sale commenced in 1907. A branch along Northenden Road from the line to Sale Moor was created in 1912. Sale Moor`s line had only a single track which in 1925 resulted in a head-on collision between two tram cars, injuring eight passengers. Bus services were first introduced to the area in the 1920s, but became more widespread in the 1930s. The buses did not suffer the drawback of being limited to tracks and were therefore more practical than the tram services which from the 1930s went into decline. The tram lines along Northenden Road were removed between 1932 and 1934, and throughout Sale in the 1940s. The Metrolink system connects Sale with other locations in Greater Manchester. Trams depart the town`s three stations every six minutes between 7:15 am and 6:30 pm, and every 12 minutes at other times of the day. The nearest main line railway station is Navigation Road in Altrincham, from where trains run to Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport and Chester. Bus routes operated by various companies provide services to Manchester and Altrincham. The A56 road runs between Chester and North Yorkshire via Sale, Manchester, and Burnley, and the M60 motorway – which encircles Manchester – can be accessed via junction 7, just to the north of Sale. The M56 and M62 motorways are about 4 miles (6 km) away, and the M6 motorway, which runs between Warwickshire and Carlisle, is about 7 miles (11 km) to the west. Manchester Airport, the busiest airport in the UK outside the London area, is 4 miles (6 km) to the south Notice All photographs are provided for guidance only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3754585/
House for rent, Sale, Trafford

£763 /month

25th of april 05:15
Bedrooms: 3
This fantastic size house has plenty of space and is waiting for the right family to come and make it there own. Even as you walk through the front door you are amazed by the space you get with the property so what are you waiting for lets explore. This property provides you with a large living area ready to occupy all your home furnishings. The large bay windows allows the natural light to flow through the room. The second reception room is perfect for a child`s playroom so while mum is preparing tea she knows the little ones are safe, this room could also be used as a living area if two friends decide to set up home together. - Through to the back of the property you have a long but wide open plan kitchen and dining room with large double doors leading into a well kept garden. The large dining area will easily fit a good size dining table in which will be great for family meal times away from the television. The Large rear garden is perfect for all festive seasons. Back inside now and up the stairs to the sleeping quarters where we will find one large master bedroom and two good sized double bedrooms - you can`t get better than that if three friends decide to set up home together. The family bathroom will allow you to enjoy a long hot relaxing bubble bath after a hard days work or take advantage of the separate shower cubicle for those late morning rushes. The house is in a great location, just walking distance to all your local amenities including Brooklands Tram Station, making access to the city centre very easy. If you have children there is always going to be room to hide away if you need piece and quite and also plenty of room for toys! The property is unfurnished No DSS. No Pets. Available Now. View while you can it wont be on the market long! OTHER INFORMATION Sale is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, in Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Cheshire, the town lies on flat ground on the south bank of the River Mersey, 1.9 miles (3.1 km) south of Stretford, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) northeast of Altrincham, and 5.2 miles (8.4 km) southwest of the city of Manchester. As of the 2001 United Kingdom census, it had a population of 55, 000. Evidence of Stone Age, Roman, and Anglo-Saxon activity has been discovered locally. Throughout the Middle Ages, Sale was a rural township, linked ecclesiastically with neighboring Ashton upon Mersey. In this period, its fertile fields and meadows were used for crops and cattle farming. By the 17th century Sale, had developed a thriving cottage industry, manufacturing garthweb, the woven material from which horses` saddle girths were made. The Bridgewater Canal reached the town in 1765, providing transport for goods and people, stimulating Sale`s urbanisation. The arrival of the railway in 1849 triggered Sale`s growth as a commuter town for Manchester and beyond, leading to an influx of middle class residents; by the end of the 19th century the town`s population had more than tripled. Agriculture subsequently declined as service industries boomed. Sale`s urban growth resulted in a merger with neighboring Ashton upon Mersey, following the Local Government Act 1929. The increase in population led to the granting of a charter in 1935, giving Sale honorific borough status. Since then, Sale has continued to thrive as a commuter town, supported by its proximity to the M60 motorway and the Manchester Metrolink network. Retail, real estate, and business sectors have developed. Two of the town`s main attractions are the Sale Water Park, which contains an artificial lake used for water-sports, and the Waterside Arts Centre. Sale Sharks rugby union club was founded in the town, as was the Sale Harriers athletics club, although both have now relocated elsewhere TRANSPORT The first turnpike road in the area was the latter-day A56 Chester Road between Manchester and Crossford Bridge (on the border between Sale and Stretford). Turnpike trusts collected tolls from road users and used the proceeds to maintain the highway. There was a toll booth on the Sale side of Crossford Bridge. Another section of road between Altrincham and Crossford Bridge was turnpiked in 1765. The commencement of "swift packet" services on the newly opened Bridgewater Canal in 1776 made commuting from Sale into Manchester both practical and convenient, with boats traveling at a relatively swift 10 MPH (16 km/h). However the arrival in 1849 of the Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway sounded a death-knell for both the canal packet services and turnpike trusts. Many trusts went into terminal decline, mirroring a national trend. By 1888 almost all roads and highways were the responsibility of the local authority. Sale`s railway station, originally named Sale Moor, was renamed to Sale in 1856. Three years later Brooklands railway station was opened, followed in 1931 by the opening of Dane Road railway station along with the electrification of the entire line. The line was renovated in the early 1990s and is now part of the Metrolink. Following the completion of a tramway between Manchester and Stretford in 1901, the British Electric Traction Company applied to Parliament for an extension to Sale. The proposal was amended to continue the line further south, into Altrincham. The line through Sale was owned by Sale Urban District Council and leased to the Manchester Corporation. Services to Sale commenced in 1907. A branch along Northenden Road from the line to Sale Moor was created in 1912. Sale Moor`s line had only a single track which in 1925 resulted in a head-on collision between two tram cars, injuring eight passengers. Bus services were first introduced to the area in the 1920s, but became more widespread in the 1930s. The buses did not suffer the drawback of being limited to tracks and were therefore more practical than the tram services which from the 1930s went into decline. The tram lines along Northenden Road were removed between 1932 and 1934, and throughout Sale in the 1940s. The Metrolink system connects Sale with other locations in Greater Manchester. Trams depart the town`s three stations every six minutes between 7:15 am and 6:30 pm, and every 12 minutes at other times of the day. The nearest main line railway station is Navigation Road in Altrincham, from where trains run to Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport and Chester. Bus routes operated by various companies provide services to Manchester and Altrincham. The A56 road runs between Chester and North Yorkshire via Sale, Manchester, and Burnley, and the M60 motorway – which encircles Manchester – can be accessed via junction 7, just to the north of Sale. The M56 and M62 motorways are about 4 miles (6 km) away, and the M6 motorway, which runs between Warwickshire and Carlisle, is about 7 miles (11 km) to the west. Manchester Airport, the busiest airport in the UK outside the London area, is 4 miles (6 km) to the south Notice All photographs are provided for guidance only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3707746/
Farm for sale, Crewe, Cheshire East

£1,266,503

7th of march 16:19
Bedrooms: 5
A most attractive and fertile small farming estate with a substantial five bedroomed detached farm house, outbuildings, office with planning for conversion to a separate dwelling and land extending to 66.25 acres or thereabouts enjoying a delightful and convenient position. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3567689/
Farm for sale, Crewe, Cheshire East

£1,266,503

11th of february 16:01
Bedrooms: 5
A most attractive and fertile small farming estate with a substantial five bedroomed detached farm house, outbuildings, office with planning for conversion to a separate dwelling and land extending to 66.25 acres or thereabouts enjoying a delightful and convenient position. Subject to an agricultural occupancy condition. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t2906156/
Farm for sale, Olney

£882,714

8th of april, 2014 22:53
Bedrooms: 7
An impressive country home set in an idyllic rural location on the edge of a highly desirable North Buckinghamshire village, within close proximity to the market town of Olney. This wonderful property has been formed from the re-development of farm outbuildings and now provides a principal four bedroom family home, with a three bedroom detached annexe. The flexible accommodation is a sympathetic blend of traditional characteristics and high level modern amenities. The property enjoys outstanding countryside views and has total grounds approaching 8 acres. Full Property Features: Formal Grounds in the region of 1 acre., Approx 7 acres of paddock/farm land, New driveway from Weston Underwood, Main reception room with Inglenook, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Sandyford range, Four bedrooms with 2 bathrooms & 1 shower room, Detached 3 bedroom Annexe, Substantial off road parking, Double glazing, oil fired central heating, mains water & elec, Drainage via shared septic tank. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1787687/
Farm for sale, Boncath, Dyfed

£460,547

14th of july, 2013 12:20
Bedrooms: 4
DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED FREEHOLD SMALLHOLDING OCCUPYING A BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE LOCATION WITH RIVER FRONTAGE, LARGE 4 BEDROOM CHARACTER FARMHOUSE, OUTBUILDINGS, GARDENS AND 14 ACRES (approx.) OF GOOD PASTURE LAND TENURE: freehold PRICE : 600, 000 inclusive of fitted carpets, blinds, fixtures & fittings as specified in the sales particulars. COUNCIL TAX: 1381.94 to march 2014 band f SERVICES: we are advised that the property is serviced by- mains water & electricity Private Drainage. Telephone installed. Broadband available. VIEWING : strictly by prior appointment with the selling agents. all negotiations must be conducted through the offices of Fred Rees & Son. LOCAL AUTHORITY: pembrokeshire county council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire The original farmhouse is of solid stone construction with painted rendered elevations together with a two storey block built extension all under a new tiled roof. The farmhouse provides unique, excellent and spacious four bedroom accommodation with oil fired Central Heating, Double Glazed Windows and part underfloor central heating and Solar Heating. Internally there is ample family accommodation or is equally suitable for the Bed & Breakfast Trade. Externally there are ample parking facilities with lawned gardens running down to a small river. Separately sited with its own vehicle access off the driveway is a range of general purpose outbuildings with direct access to the land. Viewing is highly recommended to anyone seeking an excellent well presented and maintained property enjoying a beautiful private country location. The Accommodation is as Follows- Ground Floor front entrance to- Hallway oak flooring. custom made oak staircase to first floor. power points. recessed cupboard. MODERN CLOAKROOM half tiled. tiled floor. fitted wash hand basin. w.c. door to rear Utility Area tiled floor. recessed shelving. stainless steel sink unit worktop. plumbing for automatic washing machine. wall cupboards. power points. access to insulated loft. rear entrance door. BOILER ROOM large hot water cylinder with solar heating system. worcester oil fired boiler. shelving. power points. Door from front hallway leads into- LOUNGE 22' (6.7m) by 18'3' (5.56m) oak 'a' frame beam ceiling. oak underfloor heating. side windows. power points. t.v. and telephone points. wide bi folding oak frame double glazed windows to front elevation providing lovely views over lawned gardens and river and with access onto a galvanised framed wood decking area. recessed raised feature electric fire. DINING AREA 17' (5.18m) by 14' (4.26m) modern ceiling down lighting. power points. wide bi folding double glazed doors lead out to wrap around galvanised wood decking area and access to large paved rear patio and gardens. lovely views over gardens, river and woodland. New MODERN FITTED KITCHEN with Breakfast/Dining Area (installed 2014/15) 27’ (8.23m) by 12’6” (3.8m) overall Open beamed ceiling with modern down lighting. Oak flooring. Fully fitted kitchen area with 1 bowl sink unit, large wide worktop space. Wide deep drawer units. Large fitted AEG 5 ring electric Hob Unit with Air Extractor above. Fitted AEG refrigerator. Fitted dishwasher and wine rack. Glass fronted matching wall units. 14 Power points. Telephone point. Radiator. Dining Area 3 Wall lights. Radiator. Power points. T.V. Connection Wide doorway leads into- WINTER SITTING ROOM 16’ (4.88m) by 14’ (4.27m) max. open beamed ceiling. natural stone walling. corner wood burning stove. centre light fitting and 2 wall lights. radiator. power points. telephone and t.v. points. wide slate top display areas. Part glazed door leads into- STUDY/OFFICE 10’ (3.05m) by 9’ (2.74m) ceiling down lighting. radiator. power points. wide slate top window sill. telephone point. 1st Floor Landing radiator. linen cupboard with radiator. smoke alarm. access to insulated loft. BEDROOM 1 double 13'10' (4.2m) by 11'10' (3.6m) underfloor heating. custom made floor to ceiling modern wardrobes units with matching chest of drawers and side cupboards. power points. t.v. point. large sliding patio doors lead out to sun terrace with glass side panels. Walk in EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM tiled floor. under floor heating. large tiled shower cubicle. modern fitted wash hand basin with mirror above and cupboards below. glass shelving. long ladder style radiator. w.c. BEDROOM 2 double 15'8' (4.57m) by 9'8' (3m) two front windows. radiator. power points. t.v. points. BEDROOM 3 double 14'6' (4.45m) by 11'8' (3.55m) radiator. power points. t.v. point. MODERN BATHROOM tiled floor with under floor heating. large tiled shower cubicle. pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. ladder style radiator. rear views overlooking adjacent fields and countryside. BEDROOM 4 double 14'10' (4.52m) by 14'8' (4.47m) long window sill with three central windows overlooking fields and countryside. radiator. power points. ENSUITE SHOWER large shower cubicle. fitted wash hand basin. w.c. ladder style radiator. underfloor heating. OUTSIDE The property is approached along a quiet minor council road and over a private hard based 'NO Through' road of about 200yards which leads to and terminates at the farmhouse. Spacious front tarmacadam parking/Yard Area. Outside lights. Oil tank. Separate gated and gravelled laneway leads to the farm outbuildings. OUTBUILDINGS Concrete Collecting Yard with multi purpose buildings. Steel framed Atcost Building 60' approx.. by 30' approx.. with electric roller shutter door. Electric light and power connected. Water supply connected. Within this building is a very solid, fully insulated timber frame, secure Workshop. Three bay Hay Barn with large 'Lean To' with a fully insulated and secure timber frame storage unit. Hardstanding area. There is direct access from the buildings to the land. Garden & Grounds Well presented gardens and grounds surround the farmhouse with lawns to the front, side and running down o he river. Flowering shrubs and plants. Large Scree garden with slate areas and gravelled pathways. Large table with slate top and barbeque area. Low stone walling. Pathway leads to buildings and productive level Vegetable Garden. LAND 14 ACRES approx.. The land is divided into easily managed gently sloping paddocks all laid to permanent pasture. Below the house and buildings is a wet river meadow which is a haven for wildlife and an ideal area to create a lake (subject to planning consent). The small river that flows through the property and forms part of one boundary is one of the many attractive features of this very desirable property. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t481288/
Farm for sale, Ross--Wye

£921,093

11th of april 20:36
Bedrooms: 4
Impressive farmhouse full of charm and enjoying some particularly fine views. Set within about 11 acres to include a two bedroom annexe and substantial range of outbuildings offering huge potential. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3656706/
Farm for sale, Boncath, Dyfed

£268,652

24th of april 01:35
Bedrooms: 3
Registered Smallholding 6 ACRES The freehold detached traditional stone built Farmhouse Enjoying fine views over the Teifi Valley TENURE: freehold PRICE: 350, 000 o.n.o. inclusive of fitted carpets and fixtures & fittings as specified in the sales particulars. SERVICES: we are advised that the property is serviced by - MAINS WATER & ELECTRICITY, PRIVATE DRAINAGE. Telephone installed. COUNCIL TAX: 1461.33 to march 2016 band f LOCAL AUTHORITY: pembrokeshire county council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. This traditional Welsh Farmhouse is of solid stone construction under a slate roof and provides unspoilt character accommodation with open beamed ceilings, flagstone floors and a large inglenook fireplace. Externally the house stands within 2 Acres approx.. of lovely private gardens together with general purpose stone outbuildings and an excellent 4 ACRE grass paddock. The property enjoys fine views over unspoilt countryside and the Teifi Valley. The Accommodation is as Follows: Ground Floor entrance door leads into- Lobby /Reception Room flagstone floor. plumbing for automatic washing machine. door to- Larder flagstone floor. fitted cupboard and slate worktop. shelving. power points. Door from Lobby to- FARMHOUSE KITCHEN 14'2' (4.32m) by 14' (4.26m) flagstone floor. large belfast sink with fitted pine base units and worktops. shelving. rayburn royal solid fuel range providing cooking, hot water and central heating. two wall lights. power points. electric cooker point. telephone point. Door to- SPACIOUS LOUNGE 32' max (9.79m) by 15' (4.57m) open beamed ceiling. flagstone floor. large wide and deep inglenook fireplace with oak beam above and large multi fuel stove on a raised slate hearth. two front windows overlooking gardens. 2 radiators. power points. enclosed staircase to 1st floor. door to- STUDY 16'6' (5.03m) by 6'8' (2.03m) open beamed ceiling. flagstone floor. fitted bookshelves. radiator. power points. Door to- OFFICE 8'4' (2.54m) by 6'8' (2.03m) open beamed ceiling. flagstone floor. radiator. power points. side entrance door. 1st FLOOR landing. access to loft. power point. BEDROOM 1 double. 14'6' (4.42m) by 12'10' (3.91m) radiator. power points. BATHROOM panelled bath with tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c. radiator. BEDROOM 2 11'6' (3.5m) by 8' (2.43m) radiator. power points. dimplex wall heater. BEDROOM 3 double 14'6' (4.42m) by 13'8' (4.16m) front and rear windows. radiator. power points. airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater. ALL THE BEDROOMS ENJOY LOVELY VIEWS OF THE GARDENS, LAND AND COUNTRYSIDE OUTSIDE The property is approached over a quiet minor council road with a gated vehicle entrance leading into a parking area and pedestrian access leading to the house. In addition there is a hard based short laneway leading to the building and additional large level concrete and grassed parking area 126' long approx.. by 66' wide approx.. providing ample space for horse boxes/ farm machinery etc. OUTBUILDINGS Sited at a convenient distance from the house is a range of traditional stone outbuildings. Stone and slated roof two storey former- STABLE 15'6'(4.73) by 12' (3.66m) presently used for garden equipment. Attached to this building is a derelict stone built former Outbuilding 73' long approx. by 13'8' wide approx. which internally is a planted garden with a wide variety of shrubs and plants. Stone and slated roof range of 5 stall Pig Sties with slate sub dividing walls. Concrete hardstanding area leading into a large gently sloping former grass paddock of about Acre and is an ideal area for stock handling, chickens, goats, large poly tunnel etc. Detached stone and slated roof OUTBUILDING 36'6' (11.13m) by 16'6' (5m) and Small 'Lean To'. This building has electricity, water and drainage connected and is presently divided into four rooms and is ideally suited for conversion into self contained accommodation for dependant relative or for holiday letting purposes subject to Planning Consent. Outside lights, stand water taps are sited around the garden and buildings. Sited off the laneway is a former Piggery Building 110' long approx.. by 33' wide approx.. Block built open fronted GARAGE 20' (6.1m) by 20' (6.1m) Range of 18 stall Pig Sties. GARDENS & GROUNDS 2 ACRES (Approx.) The house, buildings & gardens stand within 2 Acres. The gardens are well established and private with grass pathways leading into a variety of garden areas with lawns wildlife areas, two topiary areas, together with numerous mature flowering shrubs, plants and trees. Attached to the house is a separate W.C. with wash hand basin. Sited within the paddock is a timber built Summer House . All the garden areas enjoy lovely views over the land and Teifi Valley. LAND 4 ACRES Approx, Adjacent to the garden with gated vehicle access is an excellent fertile clean gently sloping field laid to permanent pasture. Remarks The gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property and up until 2014 were part of the National Garden Scheme whereby the gardens were open to the public in the Spring & Summer (April to June). The gardens have featured in 'Discovering Welsh Gardens' by Stephen Anderson and Charles Hawes. The gardens have also featured in 'Country Living'. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3707084/
Farm for sale, Ashford, Kent

£610,988

9th of february, 2014 07:42
Bedrooms: 4
Biddenden is a village and civil parish in the Ashford District of Kent, England. The village lies on the Weald of Kent, some five miles (8 km) north of Tenterden. It was centre for Wealden iron industry and also of cloth making. During the reign of Edward III some Flemish cloth workers settled in the area. The ready availability of raw materials led to the establishment of an industry for the production of broadcloth. An important cottage industry is established to the west, where wine and cider is produced. In 1100, Mary and Eliza Chulkhurst, a pair of conjoined twins, were supposedly born in the village. The Biddenden Maids, as they became known, are celebrated on the village sign. THE PROPERTY Nimrod Hall Farm is an enchanting 4 Bedroom detached Grade II Listed Character farm house, accessed through electrically operated wrought iron gates with a sweeping shingled driveway to the house, this property is brought to the sales market extremely well presented with many desirable aspects and is overwhelming with style plus many original features. The property is arranged over 3 floors and has recently been renovated to include Kent Peg tile roof, large working Inglenook Fireplace to the Lounge plus a detached 1 bedroom Barn conversion annex, workshop, garden room outbuildings, beautiful varied gardens, 3 natural ponds with very picturesque seating areas and a 2 acre paddock approximately. This stunning property is located in a rural yet not isolated setting THE ANNEX Detached converted barn with own private garden area, open planned Lounge/Kitchen/breakfast room under a vaulted ceiling, en suite wet room to master bedroom, Staircase to first floor bedroom. THE GARDENS Mostly laid to lawn secluded by mature shrubs and trees. There are 3 natural ponds with very private seating areas OUTBUILDINGS To the rear of the farm house you will find the summer house with its beamed ceilings and door, which opens on to a decked area over looking the pond. To the end of the summer house is a purpose built utility area, nearby and detached is the original brick built outside toilet still used and in good working order. A smaller barn has been renovated and is now used as a functional workshop. LAND Approximately 2 acre paddock with natural pond. SERVICES: Mains water. Mains electricity Oil fired heating. Private drainage. VIEWING: Viewings are arranged solely through Philberts. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t672592/
Farm for sale, Grantham, Lincolnshire

£153,515

4th of april, 2013 05:42
Bedrooms: 5
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents Escritt Barrell Golding. All prospective purchasers are invited to discuss any matters of particular interest to them with a staff member who has seen the property before making an appointment to view. DIRECTIONS From our offices on St Peter's Hill proceed along to the traffic lights on St Peter's Hill taking the left hand lane straight over to London Road, continue along following signs for A1 south, leave the town joining the A1 south taking the turn off signposted Great Ponton. Upon entering the village take the right hand turn onto The Terrace, continue along joining Archers Way, follow the road around and the property is located on Cringle Way and identified on the corner with Cringle Drive Bridlepath. SatNav - NG33 5DL SITUATION The property is located in the ever popular village of Great Ponton with convenient access to the A1 north and south, ideal for the commuter. The village itself has primary school, public house, playing field, social/community club. Grantham is an historic and growing market town situated on the old Great North Road (A1) and East Coast main line linking the town to London (Kings Cross) in just over an hour. Within the town there are both girls' and boys' grammar schools, also a number of primary, secondary and nursery schools. Grantham boasts a wealth of further amenities such as health, leisure and shopping including a variety of independent boutiques and National chain shops as well as a Saturday street market. DESCRIPTION We are pleased to offer for sale the unique opportunity to acquire a part converted former cattle store and farm outbuilding being constructed of stone under a pantile roof and at present the attached property is in the midst of undergoing renovations by the present owner and is being brought to the market to allow any purchaser to finish to ones own taste. At present the property has a variety of materials available on site to be left with the property (further information available). The accommodation currently comprises Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Family Room, downstairs WC, store and office. To the first floor are Five Bedrooms and outside there is an integral double garage with potential further bedroom above and gardens to front and rear. ACCOMMODATION All dimensions are approximate and are taken from plaster to plaster or internal wall faces. Photographs are taken using a wide-angle lens. GROUND FLOOR Storm Porch with Front Door and glazed windows, main access door leading to: ENTRANCE HALL Having stairs to first floor landing, feature beams and opening through to: LIVING ROOM 5.54m x 4.98m Spotlights to ceiling, allowing insertion of two glazed windows, power point and door through to: STORE ROOM Tiled flooring and doors off to: SPACE FOR DOWNSTAIRS WC Tiled walls and tiled floor, fittings for shower tray, WC and wash hand basin. STUDY AREA Having tiled flooring and power gabling. LIVING ROOM Having archway through to: DINING ROOM 5.59m x 5.18m Space for insertion of three windows, spotlights to ceiling, York stone flooring, central beams and feature stone built fireplace with wooden breast insertion over. Steps lead down to: KITCHEN 3.56m x 6.10m Having beams, door to rear garden, base for insertion of window, electric power points, units are within the property ready for installation, appliance space for fridge freezer, doorway through to: FAMILY ROOM 9.53m x 4.70m Beams to ceiling, two windows overlooking rear garden ready for insertion and french door into rear garden, suitable for variety of possible uses for family living space or annex accommodation. Presently accessed from the outside. (There is provision for internal access through to:) PRESENT STORE ROOM 4.70m x 3.66m approx This room presently allows occupation to be taken with variety of uses including secondary study area, store facility, games room or if annex accommodation to be used, as a downstairs bathroom. Stairs from entrance hall lead to: FIRST FLOOR LANDING Having beams to ceiling, electric sockets and opening through to: MASTER SUITE 4.57m x 5.46m Having two glazed windows, feature beams, step down and space for verandah, room allows for possibility of division to allow extra bedroom or en-suite to main suite and wardrobe space. BEDROOM TWO 3.38m x 2.29m Having power sockets, glazed window, feature beams, at present ladder leads to: LOFT SPACE Which can be converted to sleeping/living facility over the second bedroom. BEDROOM THREE 3.99m x 2.29m Having feature beams, glazed window and power sockets. BEDROOM FOUR 4.01m x 2.18m Having glazed wndow, feature beams and power sockets. LANDING Additional space which can be utilised by knocking through into further bedroom above the Garage. BED FIVE / OFFICE / BATHRM 2.95m x 2.34m Having power sockets and feature beams, plans for Velux or skylight window to the ceiling of the room. OUTSIDE FRONT GARDEN Being enclosed by perimeter stone walls, gated access leading to front garden, provision for parking and made to ones own taste, access to front of property and: INTEGRAL DOUBLE GARAGE Having single metal up-and-over door, consumer unit for electrics set and ready for connection, possibility of door to rear garden, at present storage space above but as mentioned can be made into additional bedroom with one velux window installed and provision for another. Gated access leads to: REAR GARDEN Main garden divided into two sections, being enclosed by perimeter panel wooden fencing at present and stone walls with space through to planned patio seating area. AGENTS NOTE Interested parties should note that Cringle Barn, Cringle Way, Great Ponton, Grantham, NG33 5DL does sit within the curtilage of a Grade II listed building. For further information please contact the selling agents. TENURE The property is understood to be freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion of the sale. SERVICES Please note that the services and any associated fittings and appliances referred to in these particulars have not been tested and the property has services still to be connected. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATION Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale. MORTGAGES We are pleased to offer a FREE mortgage consultation with our independent mortgage consultant if you wish to take advantage of this service please speak to a member of staff on YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR OTHER LOAN SECURED ON IT. RENTED PROPERTIES We can provide support and advice for those thinking of becoming Landlords. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t9706/
Farm for sale, Penzance, Cornwall

£268,652

8th of april, 2014 22:30
Bedrooms: 2
Situated within the historic village of Gulval Churchtown, sits this substantial south-facing barn conversion which has two double bedrooms (one of which is en-suite) as well as a couple of granite outbuildings within its grounds. The reverse-level accommodation offers spacious areas with exposed timber flooring and beams and comprises large hallway with two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room) and family bathroom/wet room on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a lounge with gas fire, open-plan kitchen/dining room, each of which enjoys lovely views across the village towards Mounts Bay. The property is approached over a driveway leading to an area of parking for several vehicles and is set within established gardens with the aforementioned outbuildings and sun room/conservatory. Lower Churchtown Barn is offered for sale with no onward chain. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1692713/
Farm for sale, CA6, Brunstock

£153,477

17th of november, 2012 06:50
Bedrooms: 3
An excellent, three bedroom Grade II listed terraced mews, a stylish conversion (2000) from the original Dairy Farm outbuildings. The Hayloft is a traditionally built property with allocated off road parking, driveway and garage. Finished to a high specification with many traditional features alongside modern fittings. The property benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. The accommodation briefly comprises: Hall, living room, study dining kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom/wc. Externally there is a well maintained garden to the front and an attractive, open landscaped courtyard area to the rear. Whilst situated in a quiet village the property provides excellent access to the M6 and A69 making it perfect for commuters * 3 Bedroom Mews Property * Double Glazing * Oil Fired Central Heating * Gardens * Garage Accommodation comprises: * Hallway Oak flooring, large double glazed window to the front, stairs to landing, double glazed window to the side and radiator. * Living Room: 6.4m x 6.05m (21' x 19' 10") Calor gas fire with brick and wood surround, wood flooring, exposed wood beams, double glazed window to the front and two radiators. * Study: 3m x 2.59m (9' 10" x 8' 6") Oak flooring, double glazed window to the front and radiator. * Dining Kitchen: 4.58m x 3.45m (15' x 11' 4") Wall and base units, sink drainer unit, splashbacks, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, built-in electric oven and hob with extractor fan, radiator, wood flooring, double glazed window to the front and door to the garden. * Stairs to Landing Exposed wooden beams and radiator. * Master Bedroom: 4.6m x 3.6m (15' 1" x 11' 10") Exposed ceiling beams, two double glazed windows to the front and radiator. * En-suite/wc Shower cubicle, low level wc, pedestal washhand basin, part tiled walls and extractor fan. * Bedroom 2: 4.64m x 2.21m (15' 3" x 7' 3") Double glazed window to the front, 2 x slit windows, exposed ceiling beams and radiator. * Bedroom 3: 3.58m x 2.21m (11' 9" x 7' 3") Double glazed window to the front, exposed ceiling beams and radiator. * Externally To the front there is a lawned garden, mature shrubs and flower beds. To the rear there is paved courtyard and garden, driveway and garage. The tenure for this property is yet to be confirmed. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t1757680/
Farm for sale, Carlisle

£132,023

2nd of april 09:41
Bedrooms: 3
An excellent, three bedroom Grade II listed terraced mews, a stylish conversion (2000) from the original Dairy Farm outbuildings. The Arches is a traditionally built property with allocated off road parking, driveway and garage. Finished to a high specification with many traditional features alongside modern fittings. The property benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. The accommodation briefly comprises: Hall, living room, study dining kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom/wc. Externally there is a well maintained garden to the front and an attractive, open landscaped courtyard area to the rear. Whilst situated in a quiet village the property provides excellent access to the M6 and A69 making it perfect for commuters * 3 Bedroom Mews Property * Double Glazing * Oil fired central heating * Gardens * Garage Accommodation comprises: * Hallway Oak flooring, large double glazed window to the front, stairs to landing, double glazed window to the side and radiator. * Living Room: 6.4m x 6.05m (21' x 19' 10") Calor gas fire with brick and wood surround, wood flooring, exposed wood beams, double glazed window to the front and two radiators. * Study: 3m x 2.59m (9' 10" x 8' 6") Oak flooring, double glazed window to the front and radiator. * Dining Kitchen: 4.58m x 3.45m (15' x 11' 4") Wall and base units, sink drainer unit, splashbacks, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, built-in electric oven and hob with extractor fan, radiator, Rhino flooring, double glazed window to the front and door to the garden. * Stairs to Landing Exposed wooden beams and radiator. * Master Bedroom: 4.6m x 3.6m (15' 1" x 11' 10") Exposed ceiling beams, two double glazed windows to the front and radiator. * En-suite/wc Shower cubicle, low level wc, pedestal washhand basin, part tiled walls and extractor fan. * Bedroom 2: 4.64m x 2.21m (15' 3" x 7' 3") Double glazed window to the front, 2 x slit windows, exposed ceiling beams and radiator. * Bedroom 3: 3.58m x 2.21m (11' 9" x 7' 3") Double glazed window to the front, exposed ceiling beams and radiator. * Bathroom Bath, wash basin, low level wc and double glazed window. * Externally To the front there is a lawned garden, mature shrubs and flower beds. To the rear there is paved courtyard and garden, driveway and garage. The tenure for this property is yet to be confirmed. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t99968/
Farm for sale, Warrington

£489,714

23rd of june, 2013 10:19
Bedrooms: 4
Spacious barn conversion situated within a delightful rural location. Ent. hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, family room, dining/kitchen, utility. 4 bedrooms, en suite facilities, family bathroom. Garage, various outbuildings and extensive grounds. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t149281/
Farm for sale, Harrogate, North Yorkshire

£978,661

23rd of june, 2013 08:47
Bedrooms: 4
A magnificent opportunity to acquire a stone built barn conversion with fantastic outbuildings and approximately 13 acres of grassland. Situated within this extremely sought after area to the south of Harrogate, enjoying a rural location a short distance from town. The property benefits from versatile accommodation with potential to increase the living space to meet the purchasers requirements. Outside the property enjoys a formal lawned garden bound by a dry stone wall to the front and a large open courtyard to the rear enjoying the far reaching countryside views. The adjoining outbuildings vary in size and range from a large barn to numerous multi purpose sheds. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall 12’2” x 5’6” Cloakroom 8’3” x 5’3” Laundry Room 8’3” x 6’8” Living Room 20’9” x 16’10” Breakfast Kitchen 20’1” x 16’9” Dining Room 19’2” x 13’3” Annex Living/Dining Room 19’4” x 17’4” Utility Kitchen 10’4” x 7’10” FIRST FLOOR Landing Bedroom One 20’8” x 15’10” En-suite Bathroom 13’1” x 9’ Bedroom Two 16’ x 12’5” narrowing to 10’ Bedroom Three 12’4” x 10’4” Shower Room 10’3” x 6’4” Mezzanine Landing 10’10” x 7’4” Mezzanine Bedroom Four 10’6” x 8’ En-suite Shower Room 8’9” x 5’6” There is a lawned formal garden to the front of the property, and a courtyard to the rear with a gate to the rear paddocks. The concrete driveway leads to - Barn - Outbuilding 1 58’ x 58’ Outbuilding 2 51’ x 19’ Outbuilding 3 14’2” x 11’5” Outbuilding 4 14’2” x 11’8” Outbuilding 5 30’ x 28’9” Outbuilding 6 14’2” x 13’8” Timber Barn 7 45’ x 18’1” Open Shed 8 18’ x 15’ Courtyard Building 9 Former Stable Block Room One 13’7” x 11’5” Room Two 13’7” x 10’6” Room Three 13’7” x 10’7” Room Four 13’7” x 10’11” COUNCIL TAX The property has been placed in band G. TENURE The tenure of the property is freehold. DIRECTIONS - HG3 1QL Take the B6162 Otley Road out of Harrogate towards Beckwithshaw. Travel past the turning for Howhill Road on the left, and take the next lane on the left. Follow the lane to the end where The Old Barn is situated on the left hand side. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t217943/
Farm for sale, Llantwit Major

£1,600,000

17th of november, 2012 01:42
Bedrooms: 6
Moorlands Farm comprises of a farmhouse and wing with up to 6 bedrooms, extensive period outbuildings with planning permission for conversion to two dwellings and 127 acres of agricultural pasture land. The farmhouse is a classic rendered stone building with an 'L' shaped return. It has three well proportioned reception rooms along with various domestic offices. The 4 main bedrooms are in use with 2 further ones currenty not.This extensive accommodation gives enormous potential for varying different formats and usage. Moorlands Farm has a good south east facing garden with lawns and a pair of interesting Monkey trees and a large courtyard to the rear. There are a number of traditional stone built outbuildings stillused for agricultural purposes. 2 principal buildings total 494 sq m and the main building has planning permission for conversion to 2 residential units. There are a number of more modern farm buildings to the south and west of the house used for rearing livestock. The land lies in a ring fence around the property and extends to 127 aces.The soil is associated with the Ston Easton soil series and noted for cropping and land use of dairying, livestock rearing and cereals Cowbridge 5 miles Cardiff 20 miles (Distances approximate)
Farm for sale,

£115,136

27th of june, 2013 23:09
Traditional range of agricultural barns/outbuildings benefitting from full detailed planning permission for their conversion into 7 residential units (full residential use) together with installation of a mini sewage plant. Access to the outbuildings is via a newly constructed driveway. Situated in pleasant rural location surrounded by open countryside. Description Planning permission has been granted under planning reference 47C105B for the conversion of existing outbuildings into seven residential units (full residential use) and installation of a mini sewage plan. Access to the outbuildings is via a newly constructed driveway. Notice Of Decision Granted Planning notice dated 14th January 2008. Reference number 47C105B. We are informed by the Local Authority that as works have commences at the entrance of the site, they confirm that planning permission has been safeguarded. Planning Authority Anglesey County Council, Council Offices, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7TW. Planning Authority A copy of the decision and proposed units may be inspected at Morgan Evans & Company Limited, Head Office, 28-30 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey at any time during normal office hours. Services To be connected by the purchaser. NB The plan provided with these particulars is not to scale and is merely provided as a means of identifying the approximate location of the plot. Range of traditional agricultural barns. Planning permission for conversion. 7 residential units. Construction of new vehicular & pedestrian access. Pleasant rural location with open countryside. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. All measurements are approximate. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t299853/
Farm for sale, United Kingdom

£518,115

16th of april, 2013 23:28
Bedrooms: 3
Summary A unique chance to purchase a small holding ideal for farming or equestrian purposes, with approximately 22 acres, 3 bedroom detached bungalow, numerous outbuildings and barns, access to water, hard standing, pond, canal frontage and situated in the popular village of Ansty. Description A unique chance to purchase a small holding ideal for farming or equestrian purposes, with approximately 22 acres, 3 bedroom detached bungalow, numerous outbuildings and barns, access to water, hard standing, pond, canal frontage and situated in the popular village of Ansty. Bungalow Entrance Hall Entrance via an opaque double-glazed front door with double-glazed front and side windows onto the entrance porch with a further multi-paned door and side panel onto the entrance hall. Having two electric storage heaters, access to the loft area which is partially boarded and has light point and doors off to all accommodation. Through Lounge 27' 9" Max x 11' 6" ( 8.46m Max x 3.51m ) Having an open arch, double-glazed bow window to the front aspect, double-glazed sliding patio doors onto the conservatory, two radiators, two wall light points, feature fire place with coal effect gas fire, canopy and concealed lighted glazed display, television and telephone points. Conservatory 12' 4" x 9' 5" ( 3.76m x 2.87m ) Having a dwarf brick wall, Upvc double-glazed units with top opening lights, double-glazed door, electric storage heater, polycarbonate roof and wall light. Kitchen Diner 26' 3" Max x 11' Max ( 8.00m Max x 3.35m Max ) Having two double-glazed windows to the front aspect, radiator, a range of base and eye level with wood block style work surfaces over, welsh style dresser, two Belfast style sinks with mixer taps over, tiling to splash backs, space for table and chairs, space and plumbing for washing machine, integral fridge and freezer, rangemaster cooker with recessed spot lighting above, airing cupboard and further storage cupboard, wall mounted boiler, door to wet room and arch way to vestibule with double-glazed door to the front and coat hanging area. Wet Room Having a low flush W.C. shower area with shower screen, radiator, tiling to the floor and opaque double-glazed window onto the vestibule area. Bedroom One 13' 1" x 9' 7" To wardrobe fronts ( 3.99m x 2.92m To wardrobe fronts ) Having a double-glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator, a range of fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving and matching dressing table unit. Bedroom Two 13' 1" x 10' 4" To back of wardrobes ( 3.99m x 3.15m To back of wardrobes ) Having a double-glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator, fitted wardrobes, bonnet cupboards and drawer units. Bedroom Three 16' 4" x 9' 2" Plus door recess ( 4.98m x 2.79m Plus door recess ) Having a double-glazed window to the rear aspect and radiator. Bathroom Having an opaque double-glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator, panelled corner bath, wash hand basin with vanity unit below, low flush W.C. and tiling to splash backs. Outside The small holding is accessed via a gated lane. At the front of the bungalow is a block paved driveway leading to a double and single garage with up and over doors, power and light and water supply in the double garage. Gardens to front mainly laid to lawn with raised flower beds. Side garden laid to lawn with access to the rear garden which has raised flower beds, patio area and lawns. The barns and outbuildings lie to the side with ample hard standing and the acreage, comprising of fields, paddocks, event field and pond surrounds to all sides with a water supply, outside toilets and canal frontage. 1. Money Laundering Regulations: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale. 2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. 3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture. 4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase. 5. These Particulars Are Issued In Good Faith But Do Not Constitute Representations Of Fact Or Form Part Of Any Offer Or Contract. The Matters Referred To In These Particulars Should Be Independently Verified By Prospective Buyers Or Tenants. Neither Sequence (UK) Limited Nor Any Of Its Employees Or Agents Has Any Authority To Make Or Give Any Representation Or Warranty Whatever In Relation To This Property. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2884347/
Farm for sale, Rochdale

£330,058

10th of may 00:22
Bedrooms: 4
A rare opportunity to purchase this 3/4 bedroomed traditional stone built farmhouse, with attached barn, outbuildings and approx. 4.5acres of land. The property comprises of an open plan lounge dining room, kitchen, utility room, office/bedroom, 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. The property is set in the foothills of the Pennines and benefits from extensive views over Whitworth and surrounding moors. The property is surrounded by farmland with access to the moors, but still has the benefit of easy access to Whitworth. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3720140/
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