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Holly Bank, Half Edge Lane, Ellesmere Park £549,950

  • Owen Knox Estates - Worsley

    4a/4c Worsley Road, Worsley, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 2NL

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Bedrooms: 6

Holly Bank is a classic Victorian semi detached house. Despite having been restored and renovated via a programme of works which have included the conversion and tanking of the cellars, great emphasis was placed in retaining as many period features as possible. This has resulted in a grand and spacious 6 bedroom home, which offers a totally flexible living space. The converted cellars have provided a self contained 3 bedroom lower ground floor apartment which would be ideal as a 'Granny annexe' or could be rented separately to provide income. Holly Bank has high skirting boards, tiled fireplaces, decorative cornicing and mouldings to the ceiling and magnificent two storey galleried landings and staircases all adding to the charm and character of this unique residence. Holly Bank briefly comprises; an impressive reception hall which leads through to the main lounge, a traditionally styled fitted kitchen/breakfast room, a second lounge, utility room, a side entrance vestibule and a guest cloakroom/bathroom. On the first floor of Holly Bank you will find the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, two further bedrooms and the main bathroom. Three bedrooms and a shower room can be found on the second floor. The property benefits from a lower ground floor apartment converted from the cellars, with a private entrance and yet the convenience of being accessed via the main house which comprises of a fitted kitchen, a lounge, three bedrooms and a shower room. Outside, Holly Bank has traditional enclosed gardens to three sides and a detached garage. EPC Rating: D.

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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Eccles is situated approximately 5 miles West of Manchester on the North bank of the Manchester Ship Canal. Ellesmere Park is located to the North of Eccles and to the East of Monton Village.

Holly Bank is a classic Victorian semi detached house. Despite having been restored and renovated via a programme of works which have included the conversion and tanking of the cellars, great emphasis was placed in retaining as many period features as possible. This has resulted in a grand and spacious 6 bedroom home, which offers a totally flexible living space. The converted cellars have provided a self contained 3 bedroom lower ground floor apartment which would be ideal as a 'Granny annexe' or could be rented separately to provide income. Holly Bank has high skirting boards, tiled fireplaces, decorative cornicing and mouldings to the ceiling and magnificent two storey galleried landings and staircases all adding to the charm and character of this unique residence.

Holly Bank is located on the periphery of Ellesmere Park which is an area of tree lined and highly sought after residential roads, which have always been much desired by the business and professional community alike. This area is very popular with medical professionals as Salford Royal Hospital is within walking distance as is Monton Village. Monton offers a range of boutique style shops, restaurants and bars. There is a bowling green with a club house, a cricket club and a pretty Village Green excellently maintained by the Monton Village Community Association. Shops and extensive transport links can be found at nearby Eccles, complete with rail, Metrolink and bus stations. Extensive shopping and leisure facilities can also be found at The Trafford Centre and nearby City Centre.

Holly Bank briefly comprises; an impressive reception hall which leads through to the main lounge, a traditionally styled fitted kitchen/breakfast room, a second lounge, utility room, a side entrance vestibule and a guest cloakroom/bathroom. On the first floor of Holly Bank you will find the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, two further bedrooms and the main bathroom. Three bedrooms and a shower room can be found on the second floor. The property benefits from a lower ground floor apartment converted from the cellars, with a private entrance and yet the convenience of being accessed via the main house which comprises of a fitted kitchen, a lounge, three bedrooms and a shower room. Outside, Holly Bank has traditional enclosed gardens to three sides and a detached garage.

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

IMPRESSIVE OPEN STORM PORCH: Frosted glazed side panels and a front door with inset frosted glazed panels leading through to:

HIGHLY IMPRESSIVE RECEPTION HALL: The reception hall is dominated by the two storey galleried landings and staircases which overlook the reception hall. The reception hall has a feature tiled floor with two traditional style radiators and twin arched feature etched windows (dual aspect). There is a useful walk-in guest cloaks and boot cupboard with a radiator and ornate cornicing to the ceiling and doors lead through to:

MAIN LOUNGE: 15' 11 x 14' (4.85m x 4.27m) The main lounge is a dual aspect room with sash windows overlooking both the side and the main garden. The lounge is dominated by a superb columned feature fireplace with a bevelled feature mirror above and a cast iron traditional style inset electric 'coal glow' effect fire mounted on a slate hearth with a tiled inner surround. There are twin radiators at either side of the fireplace. The room has a picture rail with ornate cornicing and a rose to the ceiling.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 23' 11 x 14' 11 (7.29m x 4.55m) This is a superb open plan family living space and is dual aspect with sash windows overlooking the front gardens and further sash windows overlooking the rear gardens. The kitchen has a central feature traditional style mock fireplace with a stone hearth. There is an extensive range of matching fitted traditional style wall and base units with complementary working surfaces and tiled splashbacks incorporating an inset single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. There is recessed feature display lighting beneath the wall units. Included in the sale of the property there is a range style cooker with a concealed fitted extractor hood above. There is an integrated fridge/freezer and also a second integrated single fridge and a single freezer. There is a picture rail with ornate cornicing and two roses to the ceiling. A door gives access through to:

SIDE ENTRANCE VESTIBULE: The entrance vestibule has a radiator and a door leading out onto the front gardens.

SECOND LOUNGE: 14' 1 x 14' (4.29m x 4.27m) The second lounge has a sash window overlooking the gardens. There is a feature fireplace with a wooden mantel surround and an inset brick open hearth fire with a bevel mirrored above. There is a picture rail and a rose to the ceiling. Door adjoining:

UTILITY ROOM: 10' 6 x 5' 10 (3.20m x 1.78m) The utility room has a sash style window (side aspect). There is a fitted wall and base unit with a working surface which incorporates a single bowl sink unit with a mixer tap. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer if so required. There is a wall fixed clothes drying horse and a double radiator with an extractor fan.

GUEST CLOAKROOM/BATHROOM: Frosted sash window (rear aspect) with a matching suite comprising of a vanity unit with an inset wash hand basin, a close coupled WC and a panel enclosed bath with a separate shower above. There is also half tiling to the walls and a radiator.

From the reception hall there is a turning spindled staircase leading to:

SPLIT LEVEL 1ST FLOOR LANDING: The first floor landing has a sash window overlooking the gardens with a traditional style radiator below. There is a useful built in storage cupboard and cornicing to the ceiling with doors leading to:

MASTER BEDROOM: 14' x 14' (4.27m x 4.27m) The master bedroom has a sash window overlooking the gardens with a double radiator below. There is a feature wooden fireplace which is mirrored above. There is cornicing and a rose to the ceiling with twin doors leading through to:

ENSUITE BATHROOM: 10' 5 x 5' 11 (3.18m x 1.80m) The ensuite bathroom has a sash window (side aspect). There is a matching suite comprising of a panel enclosed bath with a separate shower above and a folding shower screen, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. The bathroom has a mock feature fireplace and a double radiator.

BEDROOM 2: 17' 11 x 13' 10 (5.46m x 4.22m) Bedroom two is currently being utilised as a further reception room and is dual aspect with a sash bay window overlooking the front gardens and a further sash window overlooking the main gardens. There is a feature mock fireplace with an elevated stone hearth and a double radiator with cornicing and a rose to the ceiling.

BEDROOM 3: 18' 10 x 11' 9 (5.74m x 3.58m) Bedroom three has a sash window with a further turret style window (front aspect). There is a feature fireplace and cornicing to the ceiling.

MAIN BATHROOM: 11' 11 x 11' 10 (3.63m x 3.61m) The main bathroom is a real feature of this fine traditional family home and has a half frosted sash window (side aspect). There is a traditional suite comprising of separate 'his & hers' pedestal wash hand basins, with an open cast claw footed traditional style enamel bath with mixer taps and a shower attachment. There is a separate double width shower cubicle and a traditional WC with a wall mounted cistern above. The bathroom has a feature cast iron fireplace with picture inner tiling. There is also cornicing and a rose to the ceiling.

From the first floor landing there is a further turning spindled staircase leading to:

2ND FLOOR LANDING: The second floor landing has a small feature arched window (gardens aspect). There is a traditional style radiator and doors leading to:

BEDROOM 4: 16' 6 x 13' 11 (5.03m x 4.24m) Bedroom four has a window (front aspect) and a double glazed Velux skylight. There is a traditional mock fireplace and access to the eaves area.

BEDROOM 5: 16' x 10' 6 (4.88m x 3.20m) Bedroom five has an arched window (front aspect) with a double glazed natural skylight and a mock fireplace.

BEDROOM 6: 14' x 9' 6 (4.27m x 2.90m) Bedroom six has a double glazed natural skylight and a double radiator.

SHOWER ROOOM: The shower room has a double glazed skylight and a matching suite comprising of a curved shower cubicle, with a pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. There is also a radiator.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT:

The cellars have been converted and tanked to provide an excellent addition to the currently living accommodation, creating a self contained annexe with its own entrance and also having access to the main house if required. Ideal for use as a Granny flat or for a member of the family seeking independent living.

KITCHEN: 18' 2 x 5' 4 (5.54m x 1.63m) The kitchen has a double glazed window and a range of matching fitted wall and base units with complementary working surfaces and tiled splashbacks, incorporating an inset twin bowl sink unit with a centrally placed mixer tap. There is an inset four ring ceramic hob with a fitted extractor hood above and a built in electric oven and a grill below, with space and plumbing for a washing machine and a double radiator. There are doors leading to:

LOUNGE: 15' 3 x 13' 3 (4.65m x 4.04m) The lounge has a uPVC double glazed window (front gardens aspect) and a mock contemporary fireplace with a stone hearth and a wooden mantel. There is also a built in double cupboard.

BEDROOM 1: 13' 5 x 13' 3 (4.09m x 4.04m) Bedroom one is currently being utilised as a second reception room for the cellar annexe but could provide a dining room if so required. There is a uPVC double glazed window looking out onto the gardens with a double radiator below. There is also a feature fireplace.

BEDROOM 2: 14' 3 x 9' 11 (4.34m x 3.02m) Bedroom two has a uPVC double glazed window (front aspect) with a double radiator below.

BEDROOM 3: Bedroom three has a double glazed window (side aspect) with a radiator below.

SHOWER ROOM: The shower room has a tiled shower cubicle, a pedestal wash hand basin with mixer taps and a low level WC. There is also a double radiator and an extractor fan.

OUTSIDE:

This fine Victorian home has superb traditional gardens to three sides, as the property is positioned side on to the plot. There are private wall enclosed gardens to the front which are mainly laid to lawn with traditional flower and shrub borders and beds aside, including rhododendrons, pines and an array of various shrubs. From Half Edge Lane there is a gated pathway which leads to the front door where there is also a further enclosed front garden which is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds aside. Within the main garden itself and included in the sale of the property there is a summerhouse and a useful garden shed. To the left hand side elevation of the house there is a further enclosed garden area with steps down to a side entrance of the detached garage. The garage has an up and over door and benefits from both power and light. The gas central heating boiler and pump controls are also housed within the garage.

TENURE: - To be advised. POST CODE: M30 9AY

EPC Rating: D

DIRECTIONS: From our Worsley office proceed along Worsley Road towards Swinton and just before the traffic light junction with The East Lancashire Road turn right into Folly Lane. Follow the road round (this road then becomes Rocky Lane) to the roundabout and turn left into Monton Road. Continue along passing through the village and passing the Monton House Hotel on your left hand side. Continue across the mini roundabout and Holly Bank can be found on your right hand side.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS - Strictly by appointment.

WARNING

The mention of any appliances and/or services within these sales particulars does not imply they are in full and efficient working order.

Please note that all measurements are approximate and should not be relied upon if considering carpets, curtains, along with any other fixtures and fittings.

While we endeavour to make our property details accurate and reliable, if there is any point, which is of particular interest to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the information. Do so if contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.

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  • Owen Knox Estates - Worsley

    4a/4c Worsley Road, Worsley, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 2NL

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01612 584168

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