Cheadle Road, Wetley Rocks, Stoke-on-Trent

For Sale: £225,000

3 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
3 Reception
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Property Details

This beautifully presented period property is situated in the delightful semi-rural village of Wetley Rocks. Located on the A520, the property is in the ideal location for those who commute to Stoke-on-Trent, the Staffordshire Moorlands or Macclesfield, and is only a 15 minute drive from the main A50. With local amenities such as a well-stocked 24 hour shop, petrol station, local walks, parking and a friendly local pub within a short walking distance. The busy market town of Leek with it's coffee shops, independent retailers and wealth of bars and eateries is only a 15 minute drive away - you can live the rural lifestyle with all the conveniences of town living nearby.
Originally built in the early 19th Century the cottage has a wealth of character including working fire places, exposed original stone walls and feature beams. The cottage has higher than average ceilings giving a spacious feel. Having been improved by the current owners over the years the accommodation is exceptionally well presented and briefly comprises: lounge, dining room, kitchen, bar and utility room to the ground floor. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a large, impressive bathroom complete with freestanding roll top bath. Externally, there is a drive which provides off road parking. To the rear, there is a quirky garden area terraced through the face of the rocks that is completely private - perfect for relaxing in after a hard day. The property benefits from Gas Central Heating with a 'Main' combination boiler that has been recently serviced, and double glazing.

DINING ROOM (DRAFT DETAILS) 15' 2" x 12' 0" (4.62m x 3.66m) Features a solid wood entrance door and solid wood flooring, feature beams and working chimney/fire place that is currently housing a gas fire. Containing open plan stairs to the first floor that have very recently been re-carpeted - there is also a large space under the stairs to place a piece of furniture or to convert into storage. The room easily houses a large 6 seater table with plenty of room to spare. Opening into:-

KITCHEN 11' 9" x 6' 10" (3.58m x 2.08m) Fitted with a range of units and integrated four ring electric hob, double oven, fridge and freezer. The kitchen is bigger than it looks on the photographs, and also includes a Belfast sink and feature beams. Opening into:-

BAR 7' 5" x 9' 8" (2.26m x 2.95m) Including window, feature beams and a beautiful exposed stone wall that was originally the back of the house before it was extended. This area could also be used to extend the current kitchen facilities, or as a snug or games room. Door leading into:-

UTILITY ROOM 7' 5" x 4' 11" (2.26m x 1.5m) Fitted with a range of units including supply/drainage for a washing machine. There is more exposed stone wall in this room and a stable door out to the side of the house that leads into a covered storage area, leading to a coal and wood store. There are doors to the front and rear aspects from this area.

LOUNGE 12' 2" x 11' 8" (3.71m x 3.56m) The good sized, yet cosy lounge benefits from far reaching countryside views. There is a feature fire place with slate tile hearth, working chimney and oak surround - allowing the opportunity to have a roaring open fire on cold winter evenings. The carpets have very recently been replaced in this room.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Recently re-carpeted with doors leading into:-

BEDROOM ONE 12' 2" x 11' 11" (3.71m x 3.63m) A large, bright and airy Master bedroom. There is a deep windowsill that can be used as a seat to take in the stunning views and sunsets, or to relax with a good book. Built in storage cupboard with plenty of space to store coats, bags and shoes.

BEDROOM TWO 12' 2" x 11' 11 (max)" (3.71m x 3.63m) The same size as the Master bedroom, the second bedroom easily fits a King sized bed and bedroom furniture with plenty of room to spare.

BEDROOM THREE 14' 2 (Max)" x 7' 4" (4.32m x 2.24m) Currently used as a study, this 'L shaped' room has enough space to accommodate the furniture associated with a single bedroom or garden room. French doors lead over a decked bridge to the rear garden.

FAMILY BATHROOM/WC 14' 2" x 7' 5" (4.32m x 2.26m) The large bathroom has feature beams and is fitted with a white bathroom suite comprising of a free standing roll top bath, wash hand basin, WC and large walk in shower cubicle.

OUTSIDE To the side of the property there is a low maintenance gravel driveway which provides off road parking for one car, with the potential to extend to provide space for two vehicles. Small, gated front garden with slate path and mature planted borders. Leading to:-

REAR GARDEN To the rear of the property there is a quirky yet delightful garden area that is completely private. Terraced into the rocks, there are 5 tiers including a patio, lawn, shed/BBQ area and a high level seating area, which benefits from far reaching countryside views and amazing sun sets. With Laurel borders, a rock face and mature planting, the garden is a haven for local wildlife, as well as being the perfect, private place to relax and unwind.


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