Situated within a popular residential area and within reasonable walking distance of the town centre, this deceptively spacious and well presented semi detached family home has the advantage of being set well back from the road and offers two receptions plus a good sized conservatory. It has a driveway and a good sized rear garden.
The property is ready to move into and offers deceptively spacious accommodation which is well presented and has been well maintained with a good standard of decoration throughout, it also has cavity wall insulation,, it has the added benefit of gas fired central heating and has full uPVC double glazing. An early viewing is a must to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer along with the superb location. In brief comprises a porch, good sized lounge which opens into the dining room and has sliding patio doors to the conservatory. The kitchen which is fitted with an excellent range of units. To the first floor there are three well proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom which is fitted with a four piece suite in white.
Outside, the property is approached via a driveway providing off-road parking and this leads to the integral garage with further storage available under the stairs, there is an area laid to lawn. To the rear the garden is laid to flags it also has a decked and lawn and is tiered. It is enclosed by fencing.
Situated in the area of Buglawton it offers two excellent primary schools and a couple of local shops. Congleton has a good range of facilities are available including a modern Leisure Centre and swimming pool. It has its own railway station, whilst commuters whose preference is for travel by road will no doubt appreciate the proximity of the motorway network with Junction 17 on the M6 at Sandbach being only 15 minutes drive away. For a more extensive range of shopping facilities, the Potteries is located within easy driving distance, and the area is surrounded by a number of popular towns including Leek and Macclesfield, Macclesfield offering a main-line railway station giving Inter-City access to Manchester and London.
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