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Bramhall Lane South, Bramhall, SK7

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Property Features



Situated within the Bramhall Lane South Conservation Area, this stunning Edwardian period family home dates back to 1913. Originally designed in the ‘Arts and Crafts’ style, the interior has been sensitively remodelled by its architect owner to reflect contemporary open plan living whilst retaining the charming features that only a property of this age can offer. This is a truly unique home with five bedrooms, two reception rooms, unconverted basement and a beautiful West-facing rear garden.


Set back from the tree-lined street, behind a generous paved driveway, is this substantial Edwardian semi-detached property. The gable frontage is finished in Accrington brick and white pebbledash with a raised porch entrance. The doors and bay windows, with their stained glass and leaded lights, set the tone for the period character this home has to offer. Once inside, past the generous cloaks area, you step up into the entrance hall with its original oak stair and love-heart motif balustrade. Built-in seating provides an attractive addition to the hallway. The layout of the ground floor then starts to unfold, as intriguing glimpses are offered into the kitchen, dining and lounge areas. Recessed alcoves displaying artwork add to the quirky nature of the interior and reinforce how unique this home is. A beautiful oak panelled kitchen sits at the front of the house with charming bay window seating allowing plenty of space to dine and catch the morning sun. The contemporary chunky black granite central island sits alongside a handsome oak fireplace, reflecting the balance of old and new. A horizontal opening above the main worktop allows a connection through to the lounge whilst keeping cooking detritus out of view. Towards the rear of the house the hallway opens into two large reception rooms that interlink with one another. A generous dining room with bi-folding doors leads out on to a veranda overlooking the west-facing gardens. The adjacent spacious living room benefits from beautiful stained glass sash windows, original cornice ceiling and another wonderfully preserved fireplace. The floors are oak engineered flooring throughout, with the dining area raised up by a single step. A recess off the dining area gives discrete access to a WC as well as access down to the basement.


The basement comprises of two large rooms with windows, a coal cellar with external hatch for deliveries, a WC and a laundry, with a sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine. The laundry also has a window and rear door providing direct access to the rear garden. The basement is a dry space and provides excellent storage, it also offers significant potential to convert.


The first floor offers three of the five bedrooms, one of which is the master bedroom. The master bedroom sits at the rear of the house and boasts generous fitted wardrobes and a beautiful en-suite with large walk-in shower, wash hand basin and bidet. Bedrooms two and three also offer fitted wardrobe space, with bedroom two further benefiting a generous bay window and an original fireplace. The family bathroom sits off the landing and offers a roll-top bath, double

shower and wash hand basin set within a vanity unit. There is a separate WC also off the landing and a handy linen cupboard off the stair landing.


A turning staircase leads to the top floor with two further bedrooms, the larger of the two having panoramic views over the neighbourhood.


Externally the mature rear gardens benefit from a westerly-facing aspect and is very private. The dining room veranda is elevated above the garden and the hardwood decking gradually cascades down to meet the large lawn. The decking is bookended with a water feature and a BBQ stand built into the structure. The lawn is surrounded by herbaceous borders, mature hedging and a fine copper beech tree. To the rear of the garden is more decking and a screened paved patio. There is generous space down the side of the property that leads to the driveway at the front. The driveway is screened from the road by further hedging and mature trees.


Material Information

Council Tax Band: F
Council Tax : £3,390
Local Authority: Stockport MBC
Construction Type + Roof: See main description.
Parking: Driveway - Capacity: 3
Tenure: Freehold


Electrictiy Supply: Ask Agent
Heating Supply: Ask Agent
Water Supply: Ask Agent
Sewerage Supply: Ask Agent
Broadband: Ask Agent
Mobile: See main description.


Has Restrictions?: Unknown
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Public Right of Way?: Unknown
Adaptations: Ask Agent


Has Flooded in the Last Five Years?: Unknown
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Sources of Flooding: Unknown

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