THIS wonderful restored semi-detached home in Northwich offers substantial sunny gardens that extend to 300 feet to the rear.

Built in 1927, the home is located by the town’s Moss Farm Leisure Complex and is a fine example of traditional semi that has undergone a remarkable transformation.

It has been brought to the market by Edwards Miller Ltd and comes with a guide price of £400,000.

The house has been superbly renovated and extended enjoying well-presented accommodation throughout.

Northwich Guardian:

The entrance hall has a solid oak floor and feature arch door surround with bespoke coloured leaded lights. The lounge has a large bay window to the front and matching leaded lights and open fire. There is a lovely family room, multifuel stove and solid oak floor.

The spacious dining kitchen brings plenty of country vibes, with Smeg range cooker, Hotpoint fridge freezer and Zanussi dishwasher, utility room and cloakroom.

To the first floor there are notably three good size bedrooms and an upgraded bathroom with shower and fixed rain head. There are fold down steps to a mostly boarded loft space with roof window.

Northwich Guardian:

The property occupies a splendid position along Moss Road having a pleasant open front aspect and with a view across to Moss Farm sports complex at the rear.

There is a useful rear gate at the end of the garden gives direct access to Firdale Road and onto Moss Farm sports complex, Winnington Primary School and a doctors surgery.

One of many key features are the absolutely stunning rear gardens which have been beautifully landscaped and enjoy a sunny aspect.

They include a secluded summer house, a brick-built folly with seating area, Indian stone paving and meticulously well-maintained grounds and borders.

Northwich Guardian:

There is a front driveway with off road parking for 2 vehicles with garage store and gardens.

The home is part of a long established and much favoured location lying within close proximity of the town centre.