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The Greater Manchester house that’s far from the ‘typical terrace’ hiding beautiful countryside views

A stunning house has come up for sale in Greater Manchester that breaks the mould of the ‘typical terraced property‘, estate agents say. The end terrace in Ramsbottom, Bury might look pretty normal from the outside, but inside it boasts a luxury interior and hides beautiful countryside views.

The impressive Victorian home, which has been fully refurbished, is set over four floors with 2,000 square foot of living space. It has three large reception rooms, four bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as a southeast-facing garden.

The £625,000 home has been chosen as our Property of the Week. Each week our MEN property journalist picks out a different home that has come up for grabs across our region, whether that be for its standout interior, affordable price or desirable location.

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Described by estate agents as ‘ready and waiting’, the home is currently in a ‘blank canvas’ condition ready for its new owners to make it their own. It has been designed with modern fixtures and fittings, with a neutral interior theme running throughout, as well as retaining some of the original Victorian features.

The living space starts on the ground floor, with the first room being a bright and spacious lounge kitted out with LED spotlights, a central pendant and twin front-facing sash windows. It has been fitted with a plush carpet whilst the mouldings and a wooden mantle above the fireplace have been restored to give the space some original charm and character.

The modern fitted kitchen(Image: Zoopla / Burton James)

The ground floor also hosts a sleek navy kitchen to the rear, complete with an Italian marble-topped island bar and gold fixtures. The space is flooded with light from the French doors that lead out onto a raised terrace. The kitchen has a full suite of integrated appliances such as an electric hob, a double oven and microwave with warming drawer, a wine fridge, a concealed fridge-freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine.

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