Enjoying a pleasant open aspect to the rear across parkland, this well-proportioned home offers particularly well-presented accommodation which comprises: Entrance porch, entrance hallway. A spacious living room with feature fireplace and double-glazed French doors to the rear garden. There is an open-plan dining kitchen, also with doors to the garden.
To the first floor, a landing with storage gives access to two double bedrooms - both with fitted wardrobes, a single bedroom and a modern bathroom with mains shower over the bath.
The house stands behind a garden area which has been flagged and now offers off-road parking space with wrought-iron gates. To the rear is an enclosed garden which has been flagged for ease of maintenance with a gate giving access to the playing fields beyond.
Bleak Hey Road forms part of a well-established residential area, within easy reach of amenities, schools and transport networks: The Metrolink, Manchester Airport and the M56/M60 motorways are all readily accessible.
This is a well-cared form home which will appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers. An internal inspection is vital in order to fully appreciate the property.
Main and Main / Sellers will be conducting viewings through the government guidelines these, being as follows:
Finally, no viewings will take place where the Client does not have the property on the market. In the case of a First Time Buyer, or purchaser in rented accommodation, they will have to provide Mortgage in Principle from their lender and sight of balance of deposit monies. Should you be a buy to let investor or have no related sale, Proof of Funds/Mortgage in Principle must be shown prior to viewing.
Where agents are not adhering to the Government Guidelines, they are putting both yourself and the seller at risk along with viewing staff.