Inside the stunning £1.2 million pad with seven bedrooms and a huge kitchen
A dream home, worth an eye-watering £1.29 million, is up for sale and boasts an array of impressive features.
The detached house, based in Stockport, went on sale on on Zoopla on Monday in the semi-rural location of Poynton.
It comes with 4,500 square foot of land, and more living space than the average family would ever need – but probably wants.
Everything is spaced out across three large floors, with a south-west facing garden.
And, the Manchester Evening News reports, the garden also overlooks open farmland, if you're an animal fan.
The house is priced higher than most in the area, as the average cost on Lostock Hall Road is just £820,000.
The driveway, which can fit at least four rather large cars, is protected by a gate, and there is also a garage.
Everyone's favourite room is the kitchen, and this open-plan room kitchen/diner room looks newly done, and can fit and entire party of MPs in it, too.
The cupboards are in the popular shaker style, with a large island in the middle.
The kitchen area is so large that it has three sets of bi-fold doors that open out onto the garden, which has a patio area with various seating.
The ground floor contains a large lounge, and a huge fireplace, as well as a home office – handy in the world of Working From Home.
The house also contains a cloakroom, utility and, more importantly, a downstairs toilet.
The upstairs has five spacious bedrooms, two with en-suites, and a family bathroom, with the main bedroom containing a dressing room.
There are two more bedrooms and a joint bathroom on the other floor.
The house is also within walking distance of two train stations and two schools – one of which is Lostock Hall Primary School.
This does appear to back onto the property somewhat, which could be an issue if you're planning to live the quiet life.
It is up for sale on Zoopla, with Richard Lowth and Co estate agents.
According to Propertywire.com, there is still a chance of the pandemic playing a factor in the housing market this year.
Their expert said: "The trajectory of Omicron is uncertain and we may become more closely acquainted with the tail end of the Greek alphabet if new variants emerge, but with each piece of encouraging data about the ability of hospitals to cope with the current wave the answer feels more like a ‘yes’.
"Indeed, the path of the pandemic is the second thing to watch this year – perhaps more closely than anything else.
"The impact of Covid-19 on the UK housing market has become primarily a question of sentiment, as the anti-climactic end of the furlough scheme showed.
"Buyers and sellers need the confidence to plan without the prospect of an abrupt change of direction and that sense of certainty could begin to materialise in coming weeks."
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