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2 bed cottage for sale

Kempnough Hall Road, Worsley, Manchester M28

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  • Period Property
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 15th Century Period Cottage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Spacious Lounge
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Lanscaped Gardens
  • Driveway

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A rare gem situated in the heart of Worsely, this absolutely stunning Grade II listed 15th Century period cottage situated at the end and most private position of the vary much sought after Kempnough Hall Road. This property was purchased by the current owners who have upgraded and renovated this property to the highest standard even winning 'Heritage Project of the year' award in 2013 hosted by the National Federation of builders. The living accommodation comprises: Entrance porch with utility room, a very beautiful and spacious lounge with many gorgeous features, a lovely kitchen/breakfast room with skylights, two good sized bedrooms and family bathroom. Externally there is a landscaped and easy to maintain garden with a driveway to give ample parking.

Until the early 20th century, Kempnough Hall formed the nucleus of the Kempnough Hall Estate, a landholding which can be traced back to the 13th century. When purchased by the current owners the property was in a considerable state of disrepair with poorly built extensions, rotting frames and an overgrown garden.

Contemporary features include underfloor heating, alarm system, hardwired smoke alarms. In keeping with the character of the property, most windows have been replaced with Oak framed leaded double glazed ones, unless where stated, where the Grade II listing required the maintaining of two original windows.


Up until the early 20th century, Kempnough Hall formed the seat of Kempnough Hall Estate. Parts of the building left standing today were first owned by the de Worsley family (c1100) whose descendants were in residence at Kempnough Hall for almost 400 years. The oldest retained timber dates back to circa 1350 and the remains of the original settlement circa 1200’s. The Hall was visited by Queen Victoria in 1851 and to pay homage to this, the roof finial has been carved with a crown to represent a royal visit. A fascinating and historic local landmark, further information on the history of the property and the archaeological findings of the renovation of Kempnough Hall are available upon request
Entrance porch & utility room

Spacious porch with window seating which also has concealed storage & meters, terracotta floor tiles, double glazed windows with Oak frames to the side, Oak timber front door and a centre light point. There is a door leading into a utility room which is plumbed for a washing machine, has a built in sink with vanity unit and does having plumbing to made into a cloakroom/wc.

A stunning bright and spacious room with many features including a brick inglenook fireplace with log burner, original roof beams to the ceiling, three Oak framed double glazed windows to front, two concealed radiators with easy access, stairs leading to the first floor landing and two ceiling lights.
Kitchen/breakfast room

Gorgeous kitchen with handmade fitted wall and base units with Belfast sink, integrated fridge, dishwasher, washer, gas hob and electric oven, extractor fan and light, built in Oak dresser. Built in window seating with concealed storage, York stone flooring with under floor heating, two triple glazed skylights and four Oak timber framed doubled windows and a door leading out to the landscaped garden.

Two spacious bedrooms with the master bedroom having a feature 'Jetted' window to the front, both rooms have beautiful wooden flooring and restored Oak wooden beams.

Three piece bathroom suite comprising of bath with shower over, wc and wash hand basin. Double glazed window with shutters, wooden flooring and original wooden beams.

A stunning landscaped and very easy maintained garden with private hedging, magnolia tree, mature shrubs and stone patio. There is also garden storage. The driveway is laid with gravel and provides off road parking for several vehicles.


Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Walkden 0.8 miles
  • Moorside 1.4 miles
  • St Mark's CofE Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Walkden High School 0.3 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Walkden 0.8 miles
  • Moorside 1.4 miles
  • St Mark's CofE Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Walkden High School 0.3 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in M28:

  • £155,041
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  • £3,799
  • (2.512%)
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
22nd Mar 2018 £400,000 Price reduced by £25,000
5th Aug 2017 £425,000 First listed

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