The Larches, Warford Park, Mobberley

2 Bedroom Apartment To Buy

£229,950
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The Larches is a splendid development of fine modern apartments all of which afford most interesting and imaginative accommodation. The exterior of the building has recently undergone an extensive programme of refurbishment including repainting, replacement windows and guttering. The Larches stands within approximately 2ΒΌ acres of garden. The management of the complex is carried out by the Directors of the Management Company.


The apartment is a stunning first floor Duplex apartment which has been extensively updated and improved by its present owner. The property affords stylish and contemporary accommodation arranged on two floors and features many modern finishes including steel hand rails and high quality integrated appliances and bathroom fittings. There is high quality engineered board oak veneer flooring to the Lounge, Dining Room and Principal Bedroom.

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