6 Diglands Avenue, New Mills, High Peak, SK22 4JD
TO BE SOLD BY ONLINE AUCTION
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY THIS EXTENDED FOUR BEDROOM + STUDY, GREAT FAMILY HOME,
MORTGAGE BUYERS WELCOME!
Hall, lounge, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, four bedrooms, study and a family bathroom
Front, side and rear garden
Gas central heating and double glazing
To be sold with vacant possession
Finance available on this lot; call us now to find out how on 0161 443 4740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Travel along Church Road, through Low Leighton and take Hayfield Road in the direction of Birch Vale. Diglands Avenue is the first left
Ground floor: Entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, sitting room
First floor: Four bedrooms, a study and bathroom
Exterior: Gardens front, side and rear
New Mills is set in an area of spectacular natural beauty standing above a natural rocky gorge, known as The Torrs, where the River Sett joins the River Goyt. The town is now home to a wide range of independent food retailers and has a good selection of restaurants, cafés and pubs. Two train stations, New Mills Central and Newtown provides links to Stockport, Manchester, Buxton, Sheffield and Leeds.
EPC rating - D
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Vacant on completion
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