66, Syke Road, Syke, Rochdale, OL12
(4 Bedroom Character)
Being just one of 3 substantial properties, this exceptionally LARGER THAN AVERAGE 4 bedroom end of terraced property on 4 levels enjoys superb panoramic views to the rear over farmland to Blackstone Edge in the distance, Syke Common to the front and with the benefit of an enclosed garden. Having undergone an extensive renovation programme, the property is essentially a new house internally having been converted from the original Hunters Rest Public House dating back to 1863. With spacious accommodation over 4 levels, there are 3 reception rooms, study, large kitchen, utility room, ground floor WC, 4 bedrooms and 2 bath/shower rooms. Viewing is absolutely essential to fully appreciate this outstanding property, the immediate location and views. Conveniently located within easy reach of local amenities including schools and on the edge of beautiful countryside. The accommodation comprises, on the GROUND FLOOR: ENTRANCE HALL with staircase to first floor; SITTING ROOM with view over Common to front; LOUNGE with views to rear, staircase to lower level and opening to STUDY with window to side and door to WC with washbasin. On the LOWER GROUND FLOOR LEVEL there is a large DINING ROOM with window to side and fitted cupboards; BREAKFAST-KITCHEN with good range of white High Gloss fitted units, integral electric oven, 5-ring gas hob and walk-in cupboard under the stairs; UTILITY ROOM with space for several appliances and glazed door to back garden. On the FIRST FLOOR, BEDROOM 1 enjoys an exceptional panoramic view to the rear; BEDROOM 2 overlooks the Common and the BATHROOM comprises a bath with plumbed shower above, WC, washbasin and chrome ladder towel radiator. The SECOND FLOOR has a 3rd double BEDROOM with views to the rear; BEDROOM 4 which is a good sized room with skylight and partially restricted headroom; SHOWER ROOM comprising shower with electric shower, WC, washbasin and white ladder towel radiator. EXTERNALLY, there are steps and railings to the front and an enclosed lawned garden to the rear. The property was originally built in 1863 and is understood to be freehold; Gas central heating (combi-condensing boiler); uPVC double glazing; All certificates available for the work carried out; Council Tax Band yet to be assessed by the Council. Sound test certificate available - well exceeds minimum requirements.
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