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http://manchester.gumtree.com/manchester/00/39093300.html

We apologise for the lack of pictures but at the present time.

This property has had brand new decor throughout.

The large living area has everything you need to set up home - so you can come home sfter a hard days work and relax on the comfy sofa`s provided.

The large kitchen area houses all white goods and plenty work surfaces and cupboards for you to prepare and store your weekly shop.

To the rear of this property you have french doors that lead to the massive back garden - a safe place for the little ones to play and ideal for summer time get togethers.

The sleeping quarters provides you with three large spacious bedrooms - perfect for a family home.

The family bathroom allows you to enjoy a long hot relaxing soak in the bath or a quick freshen up under the shower over bath.

There is a large driveway waiting for your car to be parked.

This property benefits from gas central heating.

Withington has bus links into the Manchester city centre because of its position on the Oxford Road corridor which is served by buses very frequently and has been said by some analysts to be the busiest in Europe.Under the Metrolink plans for expansion, a tram line following the former train-track from Chorlton-cum-Hardy to Stockport was due to run though the south end of Withington (near the West Didsbury border) however these plans have been shelved, for the time being at least. It is thought they were rejected by the government due to escalating costs. New plans were drawn up in 2007, with at least some of the money required for the construction of the line planned to come from the proposed Manchester Congestion Charge, which was initially not expected to be put into operation until 2010 but this has been delayed further, possibly to 2012.

The village does not have a named or direct railway station—instead it has rail links on the eastern edges, served by Mauldeth Road railway station.

Withington Girls` School was established in 1890 and provides private education for girls aged 7 to 18. Notable alumni include Judith Chalmers and Amrita Mishra.

In the 1930s, the Manchester Grammar School moved to new premises in Fallowfield, from its original position near the site of the present Manchester Cathedral. Although seen to be in Fallowfield, its location could be argued to be within the boundaries of the Withington locality. The school has been attended by actors such as Sir Ben Kingsley and Robert Powell, cricketer Michael Atherton, and writer and broadcaster Martin Sixsmith.

Withington is served by the following local primary schools

Rah rah ah

Phone: gemma on 0161 366 9111

Call her; it'll be filthy. :P

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We apologise for the lack of pictures but at the present time.

This property has had brand new decor throughout.

The large living area has everything you need to set up home - so you can come home sfter a hard days work and relax on the comfy sofa`s provided.

The large kitchen area houses all white goods and plenty work surfaces and cupboards for you to prepare and store your weekly shop.

To the rear of this property you have french doors that lead to the massive back garden - a safe place for the little ones to play and ideal for summer time get togethers.

The sleeping quarters provides you with three large spacious bedrooms - perfect for a family home.

The family bathroom allows you to enjoy a long hot relaxing soak in the bath or a quick freshen up under the shower over bath.

There is a large driveway waiting for your car to be parked.

This property benefits from gas central heating.

Withington has bus links into the Manchester city centre because of its position on the Oxford Road corridor which is served by buses very frequently and has been said by some analysts to be the busiest in Europe.Under the Metrolink plans for expansion, a tram line following the former train-track from Chorlton-cum-Hardy to Stockport was due to run though the south end of Withington (near the West Didsbury border) however these plans have been shelved, for the time being at least. It is thought they were rejected by the government due to escalating costs. New plans were drawn up in 2007, with at least some of the money required for the construction of the line planned to come from the proposed Manchester Congestion Charge, which was initially not expected to be put into operation until 2010 but this has been delayed further, possibly to 2012.

The village does not have a named or direct railway station—instead it has rail links on the eastern edges, served by Mauldeth Road railway station.

Withington Girls` School was established in 1890 and provides private education for girls aged 7 to 18. Notable alumni include Judith Chalmers and Amrita Mishra.

In the 1930s, the Manchester Grammar School moved to new premises in Fallowfield, from its original position near the site of the present Manchester Cathedral. Although seen to be in Fallowfield, its location could be argued to be within the boundaries of the Withington locality. The school has been attended by actors such as Sir Ben Kingsley and Robert Powell, cricketer Michael Atherton, and writer and broadcaster Martin Sixsmith.

Withington is served by the following local primary schools

Rah rah ah

Phone: gemma on 0161 366 9111

Call her; it'll be filthy. :P

I see the teddy bear in the garden never made far, must be a rough area if it's open season on teddy's.

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We apologise for the lack of pictures but at the present time.

This property has had brand new decor throughout.

But at the present time what?

The house is being held hostage by a gang of daleks?

The street has been contaminated?

I would call her, but she does go on, dont think id ever get off the phone.

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I see the teddy bear in the garden never made far, must be a rough area if it's open season on teddy's.

Quite right - It's a spunk haven of poo.

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