Barton Road, Worsley

£420,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This two storey commercial property which is currently being utilised as a restaurant is situated in an excellent location within the heart of the Historic Worsley Village. The property has been converted in order to provide a quality and extremely versatile business space. The property offers charm and character with original beams and a bowed bay window to the front affording delightful views over the Village with the Bridgewater Canal beyond. To the first floor of the property there is the added advange of two further dining areas, an additional kitchen, a storage room and a washroom/WC. A delightful rear garden seating area provides an ideal space for al-fresco dining. An early internal inspection is highly recommended. The accommodation briefly comprises of a dining area, the main kitchen, a hallway and a downstairs WC. On the first floor of the property you will find two dining rooms, a storage room, a further kitchen area and a washroom with a WC. There is also an extensive outside seating area. EPC Rating: F.

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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Worsley is located approximately 6 miles to the West of Manchester and 5 miles North West from Salford Quays. Worsley lies along the course of Worsley Brook.

Historic Worsley Village has been the chosen home for celebrities and professional business people alike for many years. Worsley's popularity is due to the combination of the convenience of the location, being only a few minutes drive from Manchester City Centre and Salford Quays and the picturesque setting of the Village. Worsley has a much photographed Village Green which is edged by pretty black and white timbered properties. Worsley Village is dissected by the 18th Century Bridgewater Canal and is a popular route for narrow boats today, the turning point adjacent to The Packet House has been the subject of many an artist. Worsley Woods is popular with walkers and families. The centre of the Village has a library and a small number of businesses which include a shop, a hairdressers and a number of bars and restaurants. Worsley is home to the Marriott Golf and Country Club and also has a wealth of other sporting and leisure facilities on the doorstep which include indoor skiing. Both Manchester City Centre and The Trafford Centre are only a short drive away and offer a world of shopping. Within the Village The Bridgewater Private School continues to be much sought after. The area offers an excellent choice of schools and colleges. Manchester Airport and the M60/62/61 and M6 motorways are all easily accessible from this location.

This two storey commercial property which is currently being utilised as a restaurant is situated in an excellent location within the heart of the Historic Worsley Village. The property has been converted in order to provide a quality and extremely versatile business space. The property offers charm and character with original beams and a bowed bay window to the front affording delightful views over the Village with the Bridgewater Canal beyond. To the first floor of the property there is the added advange of two further dining areas, an additional kitchen, a storage room and a washroom/WC. A delightful rear garden seating area provides an ideal space for al-fresco dining. The property is licensed to sell alcohol, has previously had planning permission for a 2 storey extension to the rear and also has the potential for domestic use subject to necessary planning consent. An early internal inspection is highly recommended.

The accommodation briefly comprises of a dining area, the main kitchen, a hallway and a downstairs WC. On the first floor of the property you will find two dining rooms, a storage room, a further kitchen area and a washroom with a WC. There is also an extensive outside seating area.

THE ACCOMMODATION:

DINING AREA: 27' 5 x 14' 1 (8.36m x 4.29m) The main dining area has a uPVC double glazed bowed bay window (front aspect), original beams to the ceiling and a door leading through to:

INNER HALLWAY: The rear hallway has doors leading through to:

WC: 9' 10 x 4' 7 (at widest point)(3.00m x 1.40m) The WC has a uPVC frosted double glazed window (rear aspect), pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, low level WC and a single radiator.

MAIN KITCHEN: 10' 6 (at widest point) x 9' 9 (3.20m x 2.97m) The main kitchen has a uPVC double glazed window (rear gardens aspect), wooden framed glazed window (side aspect), range of matching fitted base units with complementary working surfaces and contrasting tiled splashbacks, inset 1 bowl stainless steel sink unit and a further round stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. There is space for two gas ovens, a stainless steel extractor hood above.

From the main hallway there is a staircase leading to:

1ST FLOOR LANDING: The first floor landing has doors leading through to:

KITCHEN AREA: 9' 10 x 6' 2 (3.00m x 1.88m) The kitchen area has a wooden framed glazed window overlooking the rear gardens and a double radiator below. There is a range of base units with contrasting working surfaces and an inset 2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer taps. There is also a storage cupboard.

STORAGE ROOM: 7' x 6' 8 (2.13m x 2.03m) This room provides an ideal walk in storage space.

DINING ROOM 1: 14' 2 x 12' 11 (4.32m x 3.94m) This dining room has an original wooden framed glazed window (front aspect), two double radiators and four wall mounted lights. There is a door leading through to:

DINING ROOM 2: 8' 11 x 8' 8 (2.72m x 2.64m) This dining room has an original wooden framed glazed window (front aspect), a radiator below and a further double radiator. There is a door leading through to:

WASHROOM: 5' 10 x 4' 9 (1.78m x 1.45m) The washroom has part tiling to the walls and a door leading through to:

WC: 5' 8 x 3' 7 (1.73m x 1.09m) The first floor WC has a wooden framed frosted glazed window (rear aspect), wall mounted single bowl wash hand basin with mixer taps, low level WC, a single radiator and part tiling to the walls.

OUTSIDE:

From the main hallway of the property there is a further door leading out onto the side elevation. There is a store cupboard which houses the boiler to the side elevation of the property and a pathway which leads through to the rear garden seating area.

The extensive rear garden seating area can also be accessed via the front of the property and provides an ideal space for al-fresco dining.

TENURE: - To be advised. POST CODE: M28 2PD

EPC Rating: F

DIRECTIONS: From our Worsley office proceed along Worsley Road towards the M60 motorway roundabout and take your first exit onto Barton Road. The property can be found on your left hand side.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS - Strictly by appointment.

WARNING

The mention of any appliances and/or services within these sales particulars does not imply they are in full and efficient working order.

Please note that all measurements are approximate and should not be relied upon if considering carpets, curtains, along with any other fixtures and fittings.

While we endeavour to make our property details accurate and reliable, if there is any point, which is of particular interest to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the information. Do so if contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.

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