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Roan House Way, Macclesfield

3 beds | 3 baths | 2 receptions | £350,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


Roan House Way is a unique development of houses and apartments which were designed by the renowned local architect Rod Hackney. It is a perfect setting for this fabulous three storey town house with an integral double garage.

The property offers spacious, well lit accommodation with the benefit of both gas fired central heating and double glazing.

On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, cloakroom, double garage, rear porch and utility room whilst to the first floor there is a lounge with a balcony, dining room and kitchen. The first floor has three bedrooms with one benefitting for an en-suite and a family bathroom.

One of the attractions of this property is the view over to Hovis Mill, that and the sunny aspect which can be fully appreciated from the balcony, an ideal place to sit, relax and enjoy the vista. Number 10 has its own parking space and there is additional visitor parking available.

Covered Porch
Courtesy light.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall
Front door with double glazed panel. Spindle balustrade and handrail to the staircase. Coat cupboard. Double glazed window. Double panelled radiator.

Cloakroom/W.C.
The suite comprises a hand basin with cupboards below and a low suite W.C. Extractor fan. Partially tiled wall. Single panelled radiator.

Integral Double Garage 5.00m x 4.57m (16'5 x 15'0 )
Electric up and over door. Fitted cupboards. Power and light.

Rear Porch
Worcester central heating boiler. Understairs storage cupboard. Door with double glazed panel to the rear garden.

Utility Room
Stainless steel sink unit with a base cupboard below. Additional base and eye level cupboards with work surfaces and splashbacks. Space for a fridge/freezer. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for a tumble dryer. Double glazed window.

First Floor

Landing
Spindle balustrade and handrail to the staircase. Porthole window. Velux window. Single panelled radiator

Lounge 4.83m x 3.73m at maximum (15'10 x 12'3 at maximum)
Wood burning stove set within a wooden surround and mantel with a marble hearth. T.V. aerial point. Ceiling cornice. Wall light points. Sliding patio doors onto a balcony. Double glazed window. Single panelled radiator.

Kitchen 3.25m x 3.00m (10'8 x 9'10)
Single stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap and base cupboard below. An additional range of base and eye level cupboards with contrasting work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. There is also a matching island breakfast bar with in-built cupboards. Single oven. Four ring gas hob with extractor hood over. Integrated appliances including a dishwasher and fridge. Tiled flooring. Double glazed window. Single panelled radiator.

Dining Room/Bedroom Four 3.71m x 3.56m at maximum (12'2 x 11'8 at maximum)
Double glazed windows. Wall light points. Single panelled radiator.

Second Floor

Landing
Spindle balustrade and handrail to the staircase. Cupboard with shelving housing the hot water cylinder.

Bedroom One 3.61m x 2.95m (11'10 x 9'8)
Loft access. Hanging rail. Double glazed window. Single panelled radiator.

En-Suite
The suite comprises a cubicle with thermostatic shower over, wash hand basin with mixer tap and a low suite W.C. Partially tiled walls. Double glazed window. Single panelled radiator.

Bedroom Two 3.18m x 2.97m (10'5 x 9'9)
Double glazed window. Single panelled radiator.

Bedroom Three 3.61m x 2.06m (11'10 x 6'9)
Velux window. Single panelled radiator.

Bathroom
The suite comprises a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over, a pedestal wash basin with mixer tap and a low suite W.C. Tiled walls. Velux window. Single panelled radiator.

Outside

Garden
To the rear is a small patio and lawn bordered by hedging. There is also small shed located under the rear steps leading from the first floor.

Council Tax A fee submitted to your local authority to cover expenses related to local amenities such as schools, libraries, and waste management. The payment amount is determined based on the property's value. Read our glossary page

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Ground Rent A recurring payment issued by the tenant to the landlord or property management firm. Read our glossary page

£100.0

Ground Rent Review Period When will your ground rent be assessed and how frequently will it be reviewed. Read our glossary page

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Annual Service Charge An estate's shared area expenses, such as building insurance, lighting, cleaning, and maintenance, are typically covered by a periodic payment that is commonly made on a yearly basis. Read our glossary page

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Length of Lease The duration of time you have acquired the leasehold, or the right to reside in a property. Read our glossary page

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