What’s in a postcode? A lot. If this three-bedroom contemporary modernist property in Droylsden, Manchester was located elsewhere, it wouldn’t be up for well under £200k.
But it’s an interesting design and if you fancy Droylsden, which is around 15 minutes from the centre of Manchester, you could get a lot of house for your money.
This architect-designed house was built in 2008 and sits on the banks of the Aston Canal. It’s also described as energy efficient, with a ‘comfortable,fresh and controlled temperature environment’ at all times. It also has a lot of contemporary features packed in too, including the ‘super insulated’ timber framed panelled construction and underfloor heating, plus an External door and windows that are aluminium double glazed.
Enter via an outside canopy, taking you into an entrance hall with cloakroom/WC, then onto a through lounge, a dining area and kitchen area, along with a utility room on the ground floor. Heads upstairs and you’ll find a picture window on the landing overlooking the canal, plus the master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite plus two further bedrooms and the bathroom. Outside space consists of gardens and a patio area, plus off-road parking for at least two cars.
All of that for around £185,000.
Thanks to Mark Waugh for the tip off!