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A fabulous, Victorian, detached house providing extensive family accommodation of considerable character. Original features, sought after location, early viewing advised.
An early inspection is essential to appreciate the layout and features of the accommodation offered by this individual, Victorian detached residence. The centrally heated and part double glazed accommodation includes; entrance hall with turned staircase to first and second floors, dining room, lounge, hand built conservatory, dining kitchen, utility and cloakroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate wet room and a further bedroom and storage located on the second floor. Established gardens adjoin the property and there is off road parking for a number of vehicles. The property is situated in a sought after popular, residential location convenient for Hesekth Park and the facilities of both Churchtown Village and the Southport Town Centre.
Delightful features of the property include magnificent stained glass motif to the entrance door, the stained glass windows and turned staircase, original marble fire surrounds.
Double outer storm doors. tiled floor, inner door featuring a quite magnificent stained glass hand painted and leaded insert, featuring 'Cecelia' the goddess of music, matching side windows and oval windows.
Turned staircase to first floor with mahogany newel post and hand rail and white painted spindles, feature stained glass and leaded window to half landing, attractive fire surround concealing radiator, decorative coving.
16'8" into bay x 11'4" to chimney breast, 5.08m into bay x 3.45m to chimney breast
Open coal fire with basket grate with attractive white marble surround and polished granite hearth. Fixture book shelving to chimney recesses. cupboard and drawers below. Bay window with stained glass and leaded transoms.
9'10" extending to 15' x 13'6" extending to 25'3", 3.00m extending to 4.57m x 4.11m extending to 7.70m
Windows to front with decorative stained glass transoms, marble fire surround with open coal fire, basket style grate, polished granite hearth, decorative coving, double glazed double doors.
19' x 9'7" extending to 15'2", 5.79m x 2.92m extending to 4.62m
Fabulous timber conservatory designed to be in keeping with the house, having double glazed windows and roof and double glazed double doors to rear deck. Slate floor with under floor heating.
12'5" x 21' to chimney breast, 3.78m x 6.40m to chimney breast
Log burner to chimney breast, fixture cupboards and drawers to recess. Inset 'Belfast' style sink unit with granite working surfaces, hand made kitchen with reclaimed pine and including substantial larder cupboard with shelving, pull out vegetable drawers, base units with cupboards and drawers, six burner gas range with double electric ovens and rotisserie, cooker hood above, 'Bosch'; dishwasher. Island unit with base units and granite top, breakfast bar, recessed spot lighting, tiled floor. Double glazed double doors to rear deck with steps down to garden.
9'6" x 6'3", 2.90m x 1.91m
Belfast sink unit, base unit, larder cupboard, plumbing for washing machine,granite working surfaces, tiled floor.
3'6" x 5'2", 1.07m x 1.57m
Wash hand basin, low level Wc, tiled floor, double glazed windows to ceiling.
There are a number of rooms measuring 12'10" x 8 and 6'4" x 9'2" with useful storage and housing 'Glow Worm' central heating boiler,
First Floor Landing
15' reducing to 10' x 13'4" extending to 25'6" , 4.57m reducing to 3.05m x 4.06m extending to 7.77m, overall measurements to rear of wardrobes
Windows to the front and rear, some with stained glass transoms. Laminate flooring attractive cast iron fire surround. A range of built in mirrored sliding door wardrobes to recess, further wardrobes to one wall,
13'10" x 12'10", 4.22m x 3.91m
Windows to front with stained glass transoms, attractive fire place with tiled interior and hearth.
12'6" x 12'10", 3.81m x 3.91m
Attractive fire surround with tiled hearth.
12'4" x 6'5", 3.76m x 1.96m
Windows to front with stained glass transoms.
8'10" x 6'6" extending to 9'5", 2.69m x 1.98m extending to 2.87m
Including double ended bath, free standing water fall tap, vanity unit with drawers below, low level Wc, tiled floorm tall powder coated wall radiator, double glazed and etched window, recessed spot lighting.
8'7" x 6'1", 2.62m x 1.85m
'Aqualisa' thermostatic shower, wash hand basin, low level Wc, tiled walls and floor, electric under floor heating. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving.
12'6" x 15'7" extending to 18'8" average measurements, 3.81m x 4.75m extending to 5.69m average measurements
Recessed spot lighting, two windows overlooking the rear garden, Door to extensive loft storage.
established gardens to the front and rear, the front garden having driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles, the front garden screens the property havingt lawn and a range of established shrubs and trees. The walled rear garden is planned with lawn and patio area.
Please note we have not verified the tenure of this property, please advise us if you require confirmation of the tenure.
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Registered office: 6-8 Botanic Road, Churchtown, Southport, PR9 7NG. Registered in England and Wales.
Company Number: 05388167. Managing Director Mr E C Tinsley.