3 Bedroom House - Mid Terrace Sold Subject to Contract
Oakfield Road, Alderley Edge

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A Three-bedroom mid terrace property in the centre of Alderley Edge. With a good-sized rear garden in need of modernisation.

14 Oakfield Road is a good sized three-bedroom mid terrace home in the centre of Alderley Edge Village.

The house offers well-balanced accommodation which is in need of full modernisation throughout.

On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, dual aspect living room and kitchen. To the first floor three well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Externally there is a front garden with lawned area which could be converted to off road parking (subject to the necessary consent). To the rear is a garden with a stone flagged patio and lawned area, large shed offering ample storage.
The property has been re roofed recently.

Oakfield Road occupies a desirable convenient location within easy reach of the village centre. The village offers a good range of shopping including the Waitrose supermarket, stylish boutiques and fine restaurants. The area is renowned for its excellent schooling and The Edge is a well-known beauty spot of historical importance with excellent walks. The motorway network system is within easy access, as is Manchester International Airport, local and commuter rail links to Manchester and London.

The motorway network system is within easy reach and the nearby railway station at Holmes Chapel provides regular commuter services to Manchester and Crewe. The local villages of Holmes Chapel and Congleton provide good shopping and recreational facilities and the centres of Alderley Edge, Wilmslow, and Knutsford are within easy reach, providing further extensive facilities.

The property is for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Floorplan for Oakfield Road, Alderley Edge
EPC Graph for Oakfield Road, Alderley Edge

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