One of Heald Green's landmark properties, this impressive "Freehold" detached house with a Lakeland slate roof was architecturally designed and constructed in the mid 1950's.
A grand entrance hallway with sweeping staircase sets the tone for the property with a large internal feature window looking through to the dining room which boasts doors to the seating area and opens into a superb living room which spans the rear of the house and overlooks the garden. There is a well-proportioned modern dining kitchen fitted with stylish grey coloured units and granite worktop surfaces and a range of integrated appliances. There is a further sitting room positioned to the front of the property. The rear section of the ground floor accommodation comprises a large rear entrance porch with seating area and access to the attached garage. An inner hallway with a storage larder leads to a further store room, utility room and WC.
To the first floor, a superb galleried landing with long window to the front elevation and wrought-iron balustrade gives access to the four spacious double bedrooms, a large family bathroom which is fitted with a contemporary suite and a further separate WC.
The house stands in a well-proportioned garden plot, with a block-paved driveway providing ample off-road parking space in addition to the space provided by the large attached garage. An attractive paved seating area alongside the house leads on to a large lawned garden with well-stocked decorative borders featuring assorted trees and shrubs.