Tracy Phillips Estates
Positioned within walking distance of Wigan town centre, this attractive traditional 1930’s three bedroom semi detached home offers a generous floor plan with excellent potential to further improve the property into the cellar areas, to potentially create more accommodation if required. The property extends to approximately 1449 square feet and is currently arranged with a traditional layout of two reception rooms and three bedrooms to the first floor. The accommodation briefly comprises of a lovely arched entrance vestibule, with pretty leaded light doorway and leading into the hallway with a traditional staircase rising to the first floor. The reception lounge is positioned at the front of the home and is centred around a traditional fireplace with walk-in bay window to the front elevation. At the rear of the home, the second reception room is currently being used as a dining room and leads into an additional conservatory, an ideal spot to enjoy the views over the gardens. The kitchen, which offers a range of units, is also positioned at the rear of the home and leads both outside and down a staircase to the cellar area which has been transformed into a handy utility and storage area. There is further potential to create extra accommodation to the cellar areas if needed and subject to any necessary building permissions. The first floor offers three super bedrooms. Bedroom one features a range of fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage, and mirrors the walk-in bay of the lounge. Bedroom two is positioned to the rear of the home. The family bathroom is well appointed with a large double walk-in shower, vanity wash hand basin and w.c. The room is finished with neutral tiling. Externally, the garden-fronted home is securely positioned behind a brick wall and offers mature planting with pedestrian access down the side of the property. Resident parking permits are available for on street parking. The rear garden has been created to provide a low maintenance area with gravelled beds and a patio for outdoor dining. There is also a separate brick built garage, ideal for storage of larger items. The property is well placed for easy access into Wigan town centre which is within walking distance. The town centre offers a range of facilities including the pretty Mesnes Park and a major train station, perfect for commuting to the nearby cities of Manchester and Liverpool. Viewings of this lovely home, available with vacant possession are now invited, through our office. Positioned within walking distance of Wigan town centre, this attractive traditional 1930’s three bedroom semi detached home offers a generous floor plan with excellent potential to further improve the property into the cellar areas, to potentially create more accommodation if required. The property extends to approximately 1449 square feet and is currently arranged with a traditional layout of two reception rooms and three bedrooms to the first floor. The accommodation briefly comprises of a lovely arched entrance vestibule, with pretty leaded light doorway and leading into the hallway with a traditional staircase rising to the first floor. The reception lounge is positioned at the front of the home and is centred around a traditional fireplace with walk-in bay window to the front elevation. At the rear of the home, the second reception room is currently being used as a dining room and leads into an additional conservatory, an ideal spot to enjoy the views over the gardens. The kitchen, which offers a range of units, is also positioned at the rear of the home and leads both outside and down a staircase to the cellar area which has been transformed into a handy utility and storage area. There is further potential to create extra accommodation to the cellar areas if needed and subject to any necessary building permissions. The first floor offers three super bedrooms. Bedroom one features a range of fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage, and mirrors the walk-in bay of the lounge. Bedroom two is positioned to the rear of the home. The family bathroom is well appointed with a large double walk-in shower, vanity wash hand basin and w.c. The room is finished with neutral tiling. Externally, the garden-fronted home is securely positioned behind a brick wall and offers mature planting with pedestrian access down the side of the property. Resident parking permits are available for on street parking. The rear garden has been created to provide a low maintenance area with gravelled beds and a patio for outdoor dining. There is also a separate brick built garage, ideal for storage of larger items. The property is well placed for easy access into Wigan town centre which is within walking distance. The town centre offers a range of facilities including the pretty Mesnes Park and a major train station, perfect for commuting to the nearby cities of Manchester and Liverpool. Viewings of this lovely home, available with vacant possession are now invited, through our office.
Floorplan for Upper Dicconson Street, Wigan
EPC Graph for Upper Dicconson Street, Wigan
  • Traditional Semi-Detached Home
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms and Conservatory
  • Cellar Areas
  • Low Maintenance Rear Garden
  • Walking Distance of Wigan Town Centre

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