Beulah House, Stafford Street, Audlem
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A DISTINCTIVE, WELL APPOINTED, FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOM EDWARDIAN SEMI DETACHED HOUSE IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE.
Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Family Room, Cloakroom, Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Three Further Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Oil Central Heating, uPVC Double Glazed Windows, South West Facing Rear Garden, Open Fronted Double Garage, Car Parking Space.
Beulah House was built in around 1905 of brick with part black and white elevations under a tiled roof and is approached over quarry tiled steps and a gravelled garden forecourt. It is a unique, tastefully renovated and extended semi detached village house offering superb family sized accommodation, combining character with quality, and enjoying views towards the Church and Holmes Bank. The house is typical of its period with high ceilings, pine internal doors, and well lit rooms.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.
N.B. Tests have not been made of electrical, water, drainage and heating systems and associated appliances, nor confirmation obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services. The information given should therefore be verified prior to a legal commitment to purchase.
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