Park Road, Leek

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£925,000
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Property Description

A rare opportunity to acquire a magnificent Grade II listed period property dating back to 1912 offering an abundance of charming character features with extensive family accommodation situated in just under one acre of attractive gardens. The location is truly splendid overlooking the park and backing onto woodlands overlooking the Peak District whilst enjoying easy access to the town centre, Manchester, Birmingham and the Roaches.

This quite stunning and remarkable period property offers a number of distinctive features that one might expect from a property built in this era. The grand facade is highly distinctive and this continues with the internal accommodation which is set over three floors. In the 1930's the property was converted into two dwellings called Bettyswood & Gunside. Due to the nature of the conversion it would be easy to reinstate into one special single dwelling offering extensive accommodation and potential.


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