Late Victorian Semi
Victorian semi-detached house are pretty common across the whole of the UK – there really are very few towns that don’t them. You can even find them in Milton Keynes, the bastion of new town modernity.
In most Cheshire towns they are ubiquitous.
This particular one has has been refurbished keeping some of the original features, such as plaster Corbels in the hallway. But, like most, it has largely been modernised, losing mummy of the key features of Victorian properties.
However the owners have kept the spirit of the Victorian and blended it with modernity to create a home that is both spacious and liveable.
From the Belfast sink to the fire surrounds, bare-brick walls and replacement tiled floors, it’s modern, contemporary and filled with old world character.