End terrace house for sale in Dingle Terrace, Ashton-Under-Lyne OL6
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End terrace house for sale - 4 bedrooms
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- Master with En-Suite
- Study Room
- Three Cellars
- Beautiful Gardens
- Original Features
- Beautifully Presented
- Desirable Location
- Three Reception Rooms
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Double Driveway
Every once in a while a home takes your breath away, this huge Victorian property built-in 1893 is very hard to describe and needs to be seen to appreciate the beauty of this property. Originally the foreman's house and surrounded by a beautiful preservation area with fabulous walks around the old ironworks in Medlock Valley.
The home briefly consists of a lounge through diner, a music room, or third reception and open plan dining area leading to the Galley Kitchen the downstairs is beautifully decorated throughout and a perfect mix of original fireplaces and coving and original built-in display cupboards with a modern twist, the cellar is fabulous and just waiting for someone to come along and add three extra rooms to this already extraordinary home.
As we head upstairs we have a beautiful four-piece family bathroom, three out of the four bedrooms have the original Victorian fireplaces in them but they are all double bedrooms, plus we have the added bonus of an office. The Master Bedroom is magnificent with a full en-suite bathroom to give this property too full bathrooms.
Externally this property has a lovely outside seating area, a fabulous garden and a double driveway, this is probably the perfect family home.
Some history situated in Park Bridge is an area of Ashton-under-Lyne, in the Metropolitan Borough of Tameside, in Greater Manchester, England. It is situated in the Medlock Valley, by Ashton-under-Lyne's border with Oldham. Park Bridge anciently lay within the medieval manor of Ashton, however, there is no record of Park Bridge until the 17th century. The name is probably a reference to the medieval Lyme Park, in the northwest of the manor of Ashton. For nearly two hundred years from the 18th to the 20th centuries, it was the site of the Park Bridge Ironworks.
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