Price £110,000 - Available


  • Two Bedroom Property
  • Closely Located to Eccles Town Centre
  • Communal Garden
  • Modernisation Required in Places
  • Perfect Home, or Investment Project
  • Excellent Transport Links

**PUBLIC NOTICE 25/03/2019: We are now in receipt of an offer of £105,000. Interested parties may submit higher offers in writing to the selling agent prior to exchange of contracts taking place.**

Case McNair are delighted to showcase this well presented two bedroom semi-detached home to the market. In need of some modernisation/updating in places, this spacious property could represent the either the perfect home, or investment project for the discerning buyer.

In brief, the property is comprised of an entrance hallway with doors leading through to a separate well-sized kitchen area, downstairs WC, and lounge. Exiting the lounge area to the back of the property is a communal garden space shared with neighbouring properties. Venturing upstairs the property boasts two spacious bedrooms with large windows allowing floods of natural light within, and in addition a master bathroom.

Closely located to Eccles Town Centre, the property is well situated for a host of amenities and schools. In addition the property is positioned well for excellent transport links to Manchester City Centre, Media City, and the motorway network.

Enquire now as we anticipate interest to be high in this property.

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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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