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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
A classic Victorian ‘2 up, 2 down’ terrace it has recently been renovated to a high and exacting standard echoing that of a boutique hotel.
The ground floor space has been reconfigured to a modern day open plan layout where the kitchen melds seamlessly into the living area. Unusually for a property of this size 67 SPR boasts a substantial back garden including lawn and patio area.
The kitchen which enjoys views out to the garden draws in natural light and provides the ground floor space with a fresh spacious feel. The kitchen has been installed to a modern clean design and yields an integrated fridge freezer, fan oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. There is sufficient cooking utensils and tableware for a gathering of eight.
The dining area sits 6 adults and the living room enjoys additional seating as well as a real flame gas fire, BT TV and Wi-Fi broadband internet.
There are two double sized bedrooms on the first floor, the secondary one set up with two single beds.
The main bedroom is a sumptuous decadent space with a queen size bed and traditional French chandeliers. Both bedrooms are supplied with hotel grade linen and thick lofty duvets to envelope you into a luxurious slumber.
There is one main bathroom to the property with a full sized bath, power shower, twin sinks and WC. Additionally on the first floor there is a useful storage / utility room.
67 SPR benefits from being extremely well located, convenient to all major transport hubs:
• Manchester International Airport – 10 minutes by car
• All major motorways including the M60, M56, M6
• Peak District – 20 minutes by car
• Manchester City Centre – 30 minutess by car, 20 minutes by metrolink
Whilst more convenient local amenities are a short walk:
• Stamford Park – 2 minutes
• Altrincham Town Centre – 5 minutes
• Altrincham Metrolink Station – 5 minutes
• Hale Village – 10 minutes
Overall, 67 SPR is an ideal spot for those looking to stay in high end accommodation whilst visiting friends and relations, a base whilst relocating, or simply a home from home whilst staying in the North West.
Handover day is Friday and all sheets and towels are provided freshly laundered. Sorry no pets are permitted and this is a non-smoking house.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||North Wales 96 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester International Airport 8 km, Nearest railway: Altrincham Central (Including Metrolink) 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Access||Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Cheshire region
North West England is bounded to the east by the Peak District and the Pennines and to the west by the Irish Sea. The region extends from the Scottish Borders in the north to the West Midlands region in the south. To its southwest is North Wales. Amongst the better known of the North West's physiographical features are the Lake District and the Cheshire Plain. The highest point in North West England (and the highest peak in England) is Scafell Pike, Cumbria, at a height of 3,209 feet (978 m).
A mix of rural and urban landscape, two large conurbations, centred on Liverpool and Manchester, occupy much of the south of the region. The north of the region, comprising Cumbria and northern Lancashire, is largely rural, as is the far south which encompasses parts of the Cheshire Plain and Peak District.
The region includes parts of three National parks (all of the Lake District, and small parts of the Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales) and three areas of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (all of Arnside and Silverdale and the Solway Coast, and almost all of the Forest of Bowland).
Altrincham is a market town within the Borough of Trafford located about 8 miles (13 km) southwest of Manchester city centre. It is well served by transport links being 6 miles from Manchester International Airport, 7miles from the M6, as well as ferry ports in Liverpool and North Wales. It also enjoys being positioned in close proximity to the peak district and only 30 mins from Manchester City Centre when taking the metrolink from Altrincham Central Station.
Whilst Altrincham itself is not the shopping jewel it once was it remains a fiercely proud residential town with exceptional schools from infant through to secondary. Geographically well positioned with several local popular landmarks:
Stamford Park - The 16 acre park is listed as Grade II on the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England, and has won a bronze award from the Greenspace award scheme.
Dunham Massey Hall - On the town's outskirts is the 18th-century Dunham Massey Hall, surrounded by its 250-acre (1 km2) deer park, both now owned by the National Trust. The hall is early Georgian in style, and along with its stables and carriage house, is a Grade I listed building.
Of the 21 conservation areas in Trafford, ten are in Altrincham: The Downs, The Devisdale, Bowdon, Ashley Heath, Goose Green, Old Market Place, Sandiway, George Street, the Linotype Housing Estate and Stamford New Road.
Events and venues
Altrincham has two theatres, the Altrincham Garrick Playhouse and the Club Theatre.
Altrincham F.C., nicknamed "The Robins", were founded in 1903 and play home matches at Moss Lane. The club plays in the Conference North, the sixth tier of English football.
Altrincham is one of the few towns in North West England with an ice rink, and has had an ice hockey team since 1961, when Altrincham Ice Rink was built in Broadheath. The town now boasts a 2,500 capacity Ice Dome and is home to Trafford Metros (formerly Manchester Phoenix - a club having a professional presence in the English Premier Ice Hockey League). When not being used by Phoenix the Altrincham Ice Dome is open to the public.
Altrincham Kersal RUFC plays rugby union in North One, the competition below the National Leagues, and is amongst the top 80 clubs in England. Altrincham has been promoted five times in the past ten seasons. The club has produced England and Sale Sharks players Mark Cueto and Chris Jones and continues to produce players for the Sale Jets.
Altrincham and District Athletics Club was founded in 1961, and provides training facilities for track and field, road running, cross-country running and fell running. Seamons Cycling Club was formed in 1948 in the area of Altrincham known locally as Seamons Moss.
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2 Oct 2013
"Cute little 2 bedroom house in nice location with all the comforts of home."
We are a family of 4 (2 teenage children) and were visiting family in Manchester and this house was very close to them, and suited us perfectly for a short stay. The house is cosy and well furnished with all mod cons including WiFi. We would be very happy to stay here again for future visits.
22 Jan 2013
"Home away from home"
A very practical well equipped house with easy access to shops,cafes and excellent restaurants in Hale. Easy access to Altrincham with traditional market, ice rink and leisure centre. Used tram system to go to a very enjoyable Christmas market and science museum in Manchester. House is well located for local attractions.
20 Jan 2013
Had the pleasure of finding this little gem as a last minute crisis. We were let down by our booked accomodation and the owner was really obliging and helpfull in assisting us and getting us settled in. The house has everything we needed and was very comfortable - better than a home from home!
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