Delamere Drive, Macclesfield

  • Ref: ESL1001462
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Two Bedroom Terraced Property
  • Generous Living Space
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Large Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Pleasent and Private Location
  • Double Glazed UPVC Windows Throughout
  • Close to Local Amenities

Property Summary

Ideal as a starter home or for buyers downsizing, this beautifully presented terraced house looks out over a picturesque green, and benefits from well-tended enclosed gardens to both the front and rear.

Inside, the tastefully decorated property includes a comfortable lounge with direct access to the patio in the back garden, a separate contemporary kitchen, two double bedrooms and a house bathroom.

Numerous amenities close by include good schools, a leisure and retail park, a couple of pubs, a post office and regular buses to Macclesfield town centre. Trains from Macclesfield run direct to Manchester and London while Manchester Airport is only half an hour away by car.



The covered, glass-panelled front door opens onto a reception hall with carpeted stairs to the left rising to the two double bedrooms and house bathroom on the first floor. The reception hall also benefits from a wall mounted radiator.

A glass-panelled internal door immediately to the right opens onto the lounge while another ahead leads through to the kitchen. Decorated in soft, neutral colours, the hall also includes storage cupboards beneath the stairs.

15’ 7” (4.76m) x 10’ 4” (3.15m)

Also benefiting from warm but neutral décor and heated by two wall-mounted radiators, the lounge boasts an attractive lime stone hearth and mantle.

There are power sockets, a TV, phone and Wifi connection to the right. Adjacent are the double French doors opening onto the rear garden with plenty more natural light flooding the room through three-panel casement windows overlooking the front of the property.

The lounge is carpeted, lit after dark by twin ceiling arrays with ample room for soft furnishings. Both the French doors and windows are already fitted with adjustable blinds. In addition, warmth is provided by two wall mounted radiators.

10’ 4” (3.15m) x 9’ 5” (2.87m)

The fully-fitted kitchen has been well thought out to offer space for appliances including a washing machine, upright fridge/freezer, a double electric oven, grill and four-ring hob and a stainless steel sink and drainer, the latter complete with chrome mixer tap and detachable rinser.

Base and wall units in white are included above and below laminate worktops on three sides while a handy breakfast bar is just to the left on entry. White ceramic splash-back tiles with kitchen-themed highlights have also been fitted above the cooking and preparation areas.

The room benefits from an easy-to-clean wood-laminate floor, a wall mounted radiator for warmth and a dark grey feature wall to add a little contrast. Casement windows above the sink overlook the gardens to the rear while a glass-panelled door leads through to a small lobby, which can also be accessed from the patio.

12’ 3” (3.74m) x 10’ 9” (3.27m)

The slightly larger of the two bedrooms, Bedroom 1 includes a three-panel casement windows overlooking the rear gardens ensured privacy by the mature woodland at the back of the house.

Warmth in winter is provided by a wall-mounted radiator. The room is carpeted with integral storage units including a dressing table, bedside cupboards, lockers above the bedhead and wardrobes either side.

11’ 8” (3.55m) x 9’ 3” (2.81m)

Bedroom 2 also overlooks the private rear gardens through three-panel casement windows and currently includes an eye-catching mural of a sunlit forest landscape. Otherwise decorated in bright white, the room is carpeted and heated by a wall-mounted radiator.

Also included are a double wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors with light after dark provided by an adjustable overhead spotlight array.

7’ 8” (2.34m) x 5’ 11” (1.80m)

The fully-tiled bathroom incorporates a pedestal hand basin, dual-flush WC and a panel bath, the latter equipped with separate hot and cold taps and chrome grab rails.
The bathroom also includes a wall mounted radiator.


The terraced house in on a sloping residential road and fronted by an open green, dotted with established trees. The property is separated from the footpath by a delightfully maintained courtyard garden bordered by timber fencing and including decorative, stone-edged gravel beds either side of a flagstone path leading to the covered front door.

The generously-proportioned rear garden backs onto wooded parkland. Green boundaries on all three sides surround established lawns, a flagstone path up the middle leading to a decorative brick arch.

Doors from both the lobby off the kitchen and the lounge lead out onto a flagstone patio with flower beds to the left. The patio also incorporates a raised, crazy-paved stone deck, separated from the lawns by an authentic, drystone sleeper wall.

Additional features include some exterior lighting and an outdoor tap.


The property is on the northern edge of a residential area approximately a mile north-east of the town centre, conveniently located close to the Hurdsfield leisure, retail and industrial parks, offering numerous employment opportunities, a McDonald’s drive-through outlet, a kids’ play barn, an indoor climbing wall venue and a number of home improvement and DIY brands.

Other amenities within easy reach include a post office, a Chinese takeaway and the cosy Britannia Inn. The recently refurbished, dog-friendly Three Crowns pub is only a little further and well-known locally for its pleasant beer garden, generous pub grub, real ales and regular entertainment.

Buses from stops on Hurdsfield Road also run to New Mills, Hayfield and central Macclesfield. Here, you will find everything you would expect from a relatively large town centre, including a good selection of superstores, high street brands, independent shops and businesses as well as pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and cafes.

Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry and Northern rail services all serve the town’s station offering direct services to Manchester Piccadilly, Stoke, Reading and London Euston, the latter usually no more than an hour and 45 minutes away.

For those interested in travel further afield, Manchester Airport is no more than half an hour away by car, with regular flights available to popular European holiday destinations as well as others around the globe.

Schools within relatively easy reach of the property include Tytherington Secondary School, rated as good following an Ofsted inspection in 2016. Meanwhile, Hurdsfield Primary School is just 350m from the house with Pussbank a little further away also rated as good in 2014.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.

None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.

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