Beech Lane, Macclesfield, SK10

Beech Lane, Macclesfield, SK10
  • £385,000


  • 257696
  • Property ID
  • Town House
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 1
  • Bathroom

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  • Address Beech Lane, Macclesfield
  • City Macclesfield
  • Zip/Postal Code SK10 2DR


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A Stunning 4-Storey Period Townhouse. Fringe of Town Location. 3/4 Bedrooms & Attic & Basement Conversion. 2 Reception Rooms, Lovely Shaker Fitted Kitchen, Huge Bathroom & Downstairs WC. Cottage Garden & Hill Views.

Dating from the late Georgian/early Victorian era, this character townhouse retains many original period features and offers rather grand and most substantial accommodation; typical of this particular era.

The living space has been further-extended to include four floor levels, providing truly flexible accommodation which will appeal to a wide audience.

For the many who find themselves working from home on a regular basis, the accommodation will enable work from home space to be easily separated from quality home living. For the extra challenge of two home workers, this home offers the perfect solution – two spacious offices located on completely different levels; attic and basement.

The property is most deceptive; certainly no more so than from first glance. The period traditional red brick façade, portrays a rather handsome garden-rail-fronted townhouse, however, on entering the magnificent reception hallway, complete with original high ceilings and grand sconce mouldings, it quickly becomes apparent just how understated this home really appears.

The hallway is long and elegant and features a magnificent staircase and downstairs cloakroom/WC. The front reception room benefits an amazingly high ceiling, with original plaster cornicing and ceiling rose. The chimney features a lovely cast iron fireplace.

Neighbouring the front room, a lovely bright dining room provides ample space for family eating or entertaining, and features a high corniced ceiling, chimney breast, picture rails and French doors, which open to the cottage garden.

The glorious adjoining kitchen brings the dining area alive, making this the true hub of the house – an area most likely to utilised to greatest effect. The kitchen has recently been sympathetically renovated and features a stunning dove grey shaker-style kitchen – truly in keeping with the period style, but enhancing with a little contemporary flair.
The kitchen is spacious and features a breakfast/informal eating area, oodles of cabinets to store all the cookware, along with an array of integrated appliances – this is the place to be!

Accessed via the hallway; the original cellar has been transformed into fabulous living space – ideal as an office, occasional bedroom or, perhaps a teenagers getaway?

The split-level landing finds two double bedrooms to the rear and middle, along with a smaller toddlers room and a very spacious bathroom, complete with a freestanding four-claw bath and walk-in wet room – both having been adapted from the original front master bedroom.

An original fixed staircase leads to a top floor attic room with good ceiling height, Velux window and walk-in storage cupboard. This room is presently utilised as a work from home office, however, it would prove ideal also as an occasional bedroom.

The rear cottage-style garden enjoys super Peak hill views, is fully enclosed and easy to manage.

Beech Lane is conveniently situated within a five minute walk of the town centre, railway station and also the tranquil leisure areas of the Bollin Valley and glorious West Park. Good schools are in easy walking distance, including Park Royal Academy and Bollinbrook Primary’s and Tytherington & All Hallows High Schools.

The property has had substantial investment injected recently, with a major roof overhaul carried out in 2022, where the whole roof cover was replaced. The kitchen was also remodelled and replaced with a comprehensive range of cabinets and integrated appliances, and quality floor coverings were also renewed throughout the ground floor living areas.

This super home offers features and accommodation on a scale hard to beat at this price level and will be sure to appeal to a wide audience of space-hungry home-hunters, therefore early viewing appointments are considered essential to fully appreciate all on offer.

Reception Hallway: Composite period-style security front door incorporating ornate external column pillars & an arched glazed panel over; original pull-door bell; high cornice-moulded ceilings; original plaster wall sconces; deep skirting boards; two matching shoe & storage units; built-in electric fusebox & meter; central heating radiator; Hive remote App thermostatic heating control; dimmer light switch; cloaks hanging space; Spectre oak plank-effect flooring; staircase to basement.
Downstairs WC: Pedestal wash basin incorporating a chrome mixer tap; tiling to the wall splashback; ceiling coving; recessed ceiling spotlights; original door with twin glazed panels.
Basement: Carpet laid stone staircase leading to a good open storage area & further to a carpeted office or occasional bedroom – recessed ceiling spotlights; original chimney breast with storage shelving and cupboards to either side; PVCu double glazed window to the front aspect; dimmer light switch.
Lounge: Accessed from the ground floor reception hallway. High corniced ceiling; original ceiling rose; original picture-hanging rails; deep skirting boards; chimney breast incorporating built-in book case shelving & storage cupboards below; original period cast iron open fireplace with decorative tiled inserts & tiled hearth; 3 x wall light points; central heating radiator; oak plank-effect flooring; PVCu double glazed window to the front aspect; wood & glazed panel door.
Dining Room: High corniced ceiling; original picture-hanging rails; chimney breast with open recess; 2 x wall light points; central heating radiator; oak plank-effect flooring; PVCu French doors.
Breakfast Kitchen: A fully re-fitted kitchen presented in a shaker-style and finished in dove grey with brushed-chrome handles & knobs & featuring a comprehensive range of base, wall & tall cabinets, comprising of soft-close cupboards and drawers with contrasting solid beech-block worktops and wall splashback risers. Enamel one-&-a-half bowl, single drainer sink unit incorporating a chrome swan neck-style mixer tap. Integrated appliances comprising: Electric double fan-assisted oven & grill; 4-burner gas hob & splashback panel; extractor canopy over the hob; tall fridge & freezer; independent fridge; dishwasher – space & plumbing for a washing machine & dryer. A fitted breakfast bar provides an informal eating/occasional work station & provides further storage below by means of contrasting blue presented shaker cupboards. Ceiling coving; recessed ceiling spotlights; tall contemporary tubular central heating radiator; oak plank-effect flooring.
First Floor – Split-level landing: Original turning-staircase spindle framed balustrade; deep skirting boards; high ceiling.
Bedroom 1: A double bedroom with elevated views to the Peak hills – Vaulted ceiling with feature exposed ceiling timbers & recessed spotlights; built-in range of wardrobes providing hanging & shelving storage, with sliding doors incorporating a mirror front; fitted dressing table & shelving; central heating radiator; column-style door architraves; PVCu double glazed windows to the side and rear aspects.
Bedroom 2: Affording elevated Peak hill views; high coved ceiling; original picture-hanging rails; period-style tubular central heating radiator; original chimney; dimmer light switch; PVCu double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Bedroom 3: Original wide-plank flooring; ceiling coving; central heating radiator; PVCu double glazed window to the front aspect.
Bathroom: Sited in the original master bedroom, this is a very spacious bathroom and offers the best of both worlds – a fabulous freestanding roll top 4-claw bath, as well as a walk-in wet room-style shower. The bath incorporates a chrome period-style mixer shower, whilst the shower benefits a chrome monsoon rainfall shower head and separate hand-held attachment and incorporates a folding glazed shower screen & white period-effect wall tiling. A high cistern, chain-flush, Victorian reproduction WC with chrome pipework & ornate chrome cistern mounting brackets, complements the period -style of the bathroom and is complemented by a Heritage wash basin with vanity storage cupboard below & chrome mixer tap. The ceiling is high & part-corniced with recessed spotlighting & the original picture hanging rails are retained. The walls are partly tongue & groove panelled & a built-in storage cupboard and open storage are provide useful hideaway storage for bathroom towels and other items. The flooring is finished in a lovely mosaic tile and a central heating radiator, two wall light points, an extractor fan & a PVCu double glazed window to the front aspect, complete the fixtures & fittings.
Second Floor – Landing: A continuation of the original turned staircase leads to small landing area with roof eaves storage access.
Attic Room: A good sized room with pitched ceiling, exposed roof timbers & a Velux double glazed skylight window; central heating radiator; oak plank-effect flooring; walk-in store/wardrobe with hanging rails & oak plank-effect flooring.
Rear Cottage Garden: To the rear of the property is an enclosed cottage-style garden which is fully enclosed and offers easy low-maintenance. The boundaries are enclosed by brick walls and the ground laid with stone flags. The garden offers good privacy as it is not directly overlooked to the immediate rear & provides lovely views of the Higher Hurdsfield area & further Peak hills. A timber gate provides access to a rear passageway to access neighbouring Fowler Street.
Front: To the front, there is a small garden area which is stone flagged & has a stocked flower bed border. The garden is fronted by a dwarf brick wall which is surmounted by cast iron period-style railings. A path leads from Beech Lane to the front door & an outside light is installed.
Tenure: We are informed by the vendor that the property tenure is leasehold & of a term of 999 years from approximately 1840. Ground Rent: £1 per annum. Council Tax Band: D

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