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Philips Park Road West, Whitefield, Manchester, M45

Guide price £1,250,000

8 Beds 5 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: HAL180016

A beautifully presented eight bedroom Tudor house


  • 8 bedroom Tudor house
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/dining/family room
  • 2 detached two bedroom bungalows
  • Refurbished throughout
  • Period features
  • Over one acre of gardens
  • Private setting
  • Ample parking


A beautifully presented eight bedroom Tudor house with two detached bungalows. ***WATCH OUR AUDIO TOUR*** Hillcrest is set in an exclusive position adjacent to Philips Park and at the top of a hill via a long private drive. Originally dating back to 1564, this impressive character property has in recent years undergone a programme of refurbishment, creating a wonderful family home with a smart modern interior, whilst also respecting its period heritage. All windows have been double-glazed and, due to the positioning of the house, it is naturally incredibly light throughout. The large and well proportioned property offers great entertaining space and comprises of a drawing room with bay window and fireplace, second sitting room with space for dining area, conservatory (currently used as a gym), large kitchen/breakfast/family room with log burner, study, utility room and WC. To the first floor the master bedroom features a dressing room with walk-in wardrobe and en suite shower room, four further bedrooms, one laid out as a games room and three bathrooms. To the second floor there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. In addition to the main residence there are also two, two bedroom detached bungalows set around the front courtyard, perfect for dependent relatives or a home office. Outside All three properties are set around a pretty central courtyard in an elevated and incredibly private setting with over 1 acre of gardens. There is ample parking for multiple cars on the front drive, as well as a garage and stabling. There are far-reaching views over the countryside below.