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Aspley Cottage, Abney Road, Mossley For Sale


Postcode: OL5 0AG
Property Type: Character Property
Bedrooms: 3
Price: £219,950

A stone period home with off road parking and an outdoor space for seating and recreation! Located only a few minutes walk to the local train station! This spacious three bedroom family home was formally part of a grand Victorian house, and has charming features throughout including high ceilings, original coving, a stone bay window, fabulous wooden sash windows and a Victorian tiled entrance hallway with double doors. The house is tucked away via a shared driveway off Abney Road and remains only a few minutes walk from the local railway station, offering easy access to Manchester and Huddersfield. Internally, the house has four floors of available accommodation, and briefly comprises an entrance hallway, a grand hallway with a solid wood staircase, a beautifully finished lounge, and a reading room leading to the kitchen. The house also has a hidden treasure by means of an ornate fully wood panelled loft space which currently offers storage but could be converted into further living space, subject to the usual planning permissions. There is also an extremely generous cellar with ample storage, which could be converted into further family space. Externally, there is a shared gated driveway to the front with a private area of 24 square metres directly to the front of the house in which to park one vehicle and put a table and chairs with potted plants. Mossley is popular with commuters and families, as it has a selection of good and outstanding local schools. This is a superb family home with excellent potential to extend into the loft space, and viewing is essential! Formal Entrance Hallway The front door opens into this attractive entrance space with a grand high ceiling and original period tiles on the floor. Wooden French doors lead to the hallway. Hallway and Stairs 1.45m (4' 9") x 5.01m (16' 5") This recently redecorated space has attractive paper to the walls, and display shelving. A grand staircase then leads to the first floor. A door leads to the lounge. Lounge 5.37m (17' 7") x 5.32m (17' 5") The lounge is a generous room with grand proportions and a high ceiling, a fabulous front facing wooden window provides natural light. There is ample space for a selection of seating, and a dining table and chairs. Reading Room 1.93m (6' 4") x 2.24m (7' 4") The reading room is a reception room which connects the lounge with the kitchen, and could be used as a display area, a space to put seating or use as storage with wardrobes. Kitchen 4.50m (14' 9") x 3.70m (12' 2") The kitchen is a bright room with a slate effect floor, a tiled splash back and a series of wooden units with an integrated cooker, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The kitchen is part of a former extension. Landing The solid wood staircase from the hallway has a half landing and leads to the first floor landing with a leaded sky window allowing natural light in and is a charming Victorian feature. The landing then leads to the bedrooms and bathroom. Master Bedroom 4.73m (15' 6") x 2.72m (8' 11") The master bedroom is a generous room which has recently been redecorated and has ample space for a bed and wardrobes. The room has a feature stone bay window with a window seat. Bedroom Two 3.21m (10' 6") x 4.21m (13' 10") Bedroom two is a dual aspect double room which has recently had new decor and blinds. The room easily accommodates a selection of furniture. Bedroom Three 1.77m (5' 10") x 3.15m (10' 4") Bedroom three is a front facing bedroom. Bathroom 2.39m (7' 10") x 1.58m (5' 2") The bathroom has been finished with white tiles to the walls and a slate effect tile to the floor. The room has a bath with over head shower and a wash basin. A frosted window provides natural light. Separate WC The separate wc has attractive decor and a frosted front facing window. Attic Room This fabulous attic is currently only accessed via a ladder, but reveals a stunning room with dual aspect windows and a fully wooden panelled ceiling with intricate carvings and lighting. The room would require some work to create access and a floor, but would create an outstanding master suite if required, subject to planning permission. Cellar The cellar is a generous space located under the lounge and hallway, and offers storage. The room could be converted to adjoin the house as living accommodation in the future if required. Externally A shared gated driveway from Abney Road leads to a private area of 24 square metres directly to the front of the house. This space offers room to park one vehicle and to also put a table and chairs with potted plants. A three bedroom stone period home in central Mossley only a few minutes walk to the local train station!
This spacious family home was formally part of a grand Victorian house, and has charming features throughout including high ceilings, original coving, a stone bay window, fabulous wooden sash windows and a Victorian tiled entrance hallway with double doors.
The house is tucked away via a shared driveway off Abney Road and remains only a few minutes walk from the local railway station, offering easy access to Manchester and Huddersfield.
Internally, the house has four floors of available accommodation, and briefly comprises an entrance hallway, a grand hallway with a solid wood staircase, a beautifully finished lounge, and a reading room leading to the kitchen. The house also has a hidden treasure by means of an ornate fully wood panelled loft space which currently offers storage but could be converted into further living space, subject to the usual planning permissions. There is also an extremely generous cellar with ample storage, which could be converted into further family space.
Externally, there is a shared courtyard space to the front with a small place for a table and chairs.
Mossley is popular with commuters and families, as it has a selection of good and outstanding local schools.
This is a superb family home with excellent potential to extend into the loft space, and viewing is essential!

Formal Entrance Hallway  
The front door opens into this attractive entrance space with a grand high ceiling and original period tiles on the floor. Wooden French doors lead to the hallway.

Hallway and Stairs                1.45m (4' 9") x 5.01m (16' 5")
This recently redecorated space has attractive paper to the walls, and display shelving. A grand staircase then leads to the first floor.
A door leads to the lounge.

Lounge                 5.37m (17' 7") x 5.32m (17' 5")
The lounge is a generous room with grand proportions and a high ceiling, a fabulous front facing wooden window provides natural light.
There is ample space for a selection of seating, and a dining table and chairs.

Reading Room                 1.93m (6' 4") x 2.24m (7' 4")
The reading room is a reception room which connects the lounge with the kitchen, and could be used as a display area, a space to put seating or use as storage with wardrobes.

Kitchen                4.50m (14' 9") x 3.70m (12' 2")
The kitchen is a bright room with a slate effect floor, a tiled splash back and a series of wooden units with an integrated cooker, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The kitchen is part of a former extension.
 
Landing  
The solid wood staircase from the hallway has a half landing and leads to the first floor landing with a leaded sky window allowing natural light in and is a charming Victorian feature.
The landing then leads to the bedrooms and bathroom.

Master Bedroom                 4.73m (15' 6") x 2.72m (8' 11")
The master bedroom is a generous room which has recently been redecorated and has ample space for a bed and wardrobes. The room has a feature stone bay window with a window seat.

Bedroom Two                     3.21m (10' 6") x 4.21m (13' 10")
Bedroom two is a dual aspect double room which has recently had new decor and blinds. The room easily accommodates a selection of furniture.

Bedroom Three                 1.77m (5' 10") x 3.15m (10' 4")
Bedroom three is a front facing bedroom.

Bathroom                  2.39m (7' 10") x 1.58m (5' 2")
The bathroom has been finished with white tiles to the walls and a slate effect tile to the floor. The room has a bath with over head shower and a wash basin. A frosted window provides natural light.

Separate WC  
The separate wc has attractive decor and a frosted front facing window.

Attic Room  
This fabulous attic is currently only accessed via a ladder, but reveals a stunning room with dual aspect windows and a fully wooden panelled ceiling with intricate carvings and lighting. The room would require some work to create access and a floor, but would create an outstanding master suite if required, subject to planning permission.

Cellar
The cellar is a generous space located under the lounge and hallway, and offers storage. The room could be converted to adjoin the house as living accommodation in the future if required.

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