The Crown pub continues to grow in popularity in Hawk Green ever since its major refurbishment. The recommendations keep rolling in with a great selection of drafts and food. The Crown boasts a superb beer garden over looking the huge green so lots for all the family to do.
This three bedroom semi-detached property on Greenway, Romiley has been tastefully decorated throughout ready for someone to ‘walk into’, including Off Road Parking and a well sized rear garden which backs onto the surrounding countryside this property surely won’t be on the market long.
In brief this property offers to the ground floor; an entrance hallway which then leads into the generously sized lounge, at the rear of the property you will find the modern fitted kitchen/diner complete with french doors leading onto the rear garden. Upstairs you will find three well proportioned bedrooms, two of which are doubles, completing this floor is the three piece modern family bathroom. With UPVC double glazed windows throughout and a new boiler which was installed in 2014 this property is ready to go.
Externally this property offers off road parking at the front and well sized rear garden which backs onto the surrounding countryside.
This property is currently on the market for £149,950, the potential yield you would be looking to get is 6%. This beauty of this property is the location with it being in the catchment areas for both Romiley Primary School and Marple Hall High and close to Romiley train station and local amenities this would suit a family down to the ground.
Currently on the new market with Thomas Lardner, Romiley at £149,950.
The Brexit vote and the falling value of the pound have led some to think sales levels might have dipped in the market. However, as the chart shows, sales levels have remained steady throughout the year, contrary to the perceived negativity in the market. We expect steady sales levels in the coming 12 months.
Due to the government’s budget moving to the autumn, we are unlikely to see market activity affected by new policy changes in the short term. With market confidence strong and a positive outlook for the construction industry, we expect steady price growth. In fact, average sold prices of flats is up 10.2% in 18 months.
One of the main questions we are always asked is: when is the best time of year to sell or let a home? While there is no absolute optimum time to put your property on the market, seasonal patterns can affect buying, selling or letting habits. It is no different in SK6, with certain times of the year proving to be more fruitful than others.
Spring is often considered the season when the market picks up and hits its stride. The warmer weather and lighter evenings give people extra motivation to go on viewings, while the bright daylight can help your home look that extra bit lovelier. Your garden (if you have one) will also seem much more appealing in the spring months. It turns out that Marple and The Bridge saw 26.8% of properties sell during the months of spring.
August and early September can be a quiet time for the property market. The schools have broken up for the summer and lots of people go on holiday around this time of year. That means there are fewer people around for viewings — especially families. It is a different story in June and July though, which can be the busiest months for selling homes, with the market peaking before the schools break up. The summer months saw 25.4% of properties sold in Marple and The Bridge.