A well proportioned Cheshire interlocking semi-detached family home extending to 3070 sq ft with the accommodation arranged over four floors, including cellars, offering perfectly balanced family accommodation. There are two reception rooms to the ground floor, arranged around a stunning reception hallway, with a family kitchen, utility room, and a separate cloaks / W.C. The first and second floors reveal six well proportioned double bedrooms which are served by a family bathroom and a shower room. In addition there are cellars with two chambers.
The property occupies an attractive garden plot measuring 0.09 of acre, with the rear garden being 75 ft in length. Kingston Road is located within walking distance to Didsbury village and Park, with the Metrolink station being within reasonable reach.
The accommodation retains many original character features and reveals an entrance porch leading into the reception hallway which is laid with the original 'Minton Hollins' encaustic tiled flooring. The lounge is positioned at the front of the property, with excellent natural light flooding through the sash bay window, and has a high cornice ceiling with a picture rail surround, varnished wooden floors and a feature open fireplace, with decorative tiling. The second reception room is at the rear of the property and currently used as a second living room, but is suitable for use as a formal dining room. There is a patio door leading to the attractive rear garden and also has a high cornice ceiling, varnished wooden flooring and an open fireplace. The kitchen has an exposed brick chimney breast fitted with a gas fired 'Aga' double oven, and a range of solid wooden units complemented with an integrated oven, grill & hob. There is ample space for a table and chairs, suitable for day-to-day informal family dining. An opening leads through to the utility room with ample space for a dishwasher. Accessed via a staircase in the hallway is the cellar, which provides two chambers offering a valuable storage space with plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The cellars have the potential to be converted into additional living accommodation subject to the necessary planning and permissions being sought.
The first floor has been reconfigured to reveal three well proportioned bedrooms, with the master bedroom originally being two separate rooms and having ample space for fitted or freestanding wardrobes as well as a feature fireplace. The other two bedrooms are both doubles with varnished wooden floors and fireplaces. One of the rear bedrooms has access to an external spiral staircase leading down to the patio area in the rear garden. The top floor has a further three double bedrooms, with the rear having double doors leading to a small balcony which provides elevated tree-top views towards the tennis courts. The property is served by a family bathroom on the first floor which provides a bath with shower, wash basin and a W.C. In addition there is a separate shower room on the second floor which provides a corner cubicle, wash basin, W.C and bidet.
Externally the property is approached via a driveway which provides off road parking for one vehicle, and has an area of garden to one side, and a stone flagged pathway leading to the entrance.
The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped, and has York stone patio area. There is a feature pond, and expanse of lawn laid beyond, surrounded by mature borders and trees. The garden offers a high level of privacy and would be ideal for al-fresco dining and barbeques.