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Warnford Street, Swinley, WN1 2EQ

Spacious 3 bed Victorian terrace with distinctive 1970's interior design.

  • Pretty Victorian terrace house
  • Warm retro-inspired interior
  • Three reception rooms
  • Recently updated kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Modernised bathroom
  • Double glazing & gas central heating
  • 1078 SQ.FT. No Onward Chain

If you’re tired of bland colours and boring interiors, you’ll love this charming Victorian terrace in the heart of Swinley. It’s a stone’s throw from the trendy Mesnes Road and Mesnes Park, and it has been transformed by the current artist owner into a retro-inspired haven with the added benefit of no onward chain.
The property has been carefully refurbished to preserve its original features, such as high ceilings, plastered coving and wooden flooring whilst injecting a sense of fun and character.
The pretty traditional exterior belies the properties true size. Much larger than you expect the expansive floor plan totals nearly 1100 square feet comprising a charming vestibule with tiled floor and entrance door featuring a bespoke stained glass leaded window that creates a wonderful 1st impression.
A hallway leads to two reception rooms which have sliding doors in-between which can be opened to provide an open plan feel. Located to the rear there is a dining room and a modern kitchen with handleless high gloss units and integrated appliances. The kitchen window overlooks the private rear garden, which is a lovely spot to unwind. The original wooden stairs lead to a landing with beautifully preserved original stripped wooden flooring, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The master bedroom occupying the front of the property is spacious and bright. The second bedroom is currently used as a studio, but it can easily accommodate a double bed and has mirrored robes for storage. The third bedroom is a cosy single room that serves as a study with more fitted storage. The bathroom has a modern white three-piece suite complimented with a retro design that matches the rest of the property.
The home also benefits from a new boiler 18 months ago and a boarded loft space. The decor will not suit everyone, but this home is filled with personality and warmth. If you don’t like it, you can always change it with a fresh coat of paint. But we think you’ll fall in love with it once you see it. We are advised that the property is leasehold with a 999 year from 12 May 1892. The council tax band is B.

Council Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E Band F Band G Band H  
Wigan Council £912.44 £1,064.51 £1,216.58 £1,378.40 £1,672.80 £1,976.95 £2,281.10 £2,737.32 Website
West Lancashire £1,001.18 £1,168.05 £1,334.92 £1,501.77 £1,835.49 £2,169.23 £2,502.95 £3,003.54 Website
South Ribble Borough Council £1,014.34 £1,183.41 £1,352.47 £1,521.52 £1,859.63 £2,197.76 £2,535.86 £3,043.04 Website
Chorley Borough Council £1,003.58 £1,170.85 £1,338.11 £1,505.37 £1,839.89 £2,174.43 £2,508.95 £3,010.74 Website

All council Tax Bandings are indicatory. Please check the precise banding for a property of interest.

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