If one is looking for a home with a generous garden and fabulous views, then this superb semi-detached property will undoubtedly impress, boasting a simply stunning rear aspect over adjoining countryside and beyond towards Rivington, which one will really struggle to match. Aside from this obvious appeal, the living accommodation itself similarly has a few surprises in store, not least the generous levels of space which includes four double bedrooms and two reception rooms, as well as a well-proportioned kitchen with separate utility room. The location is a real joy, located in the highly coveted parish of Wrightington, with ease of access to the abundance of local shops and amenities within the neighbouring villages of Shevington, Standish and Eccleston, as well as being extremely convenient for access to the M6 motorway, ensuring the commuter can enjoy ease of travel throughout the North-West and then retire to their rural retreat after a stressful day in the office, perhaps partaking in a relaxing walk with the family over the local countryside. This characterful home was constructed in 1911 and, as one would expect of a home of this period, the room sizes are generous and benefit from high ceilings, whilst our client has kept the decor neutral throughout. The living spaces extend to in excess of a generous 1,260 square feet in total, with accommodation arranged over three levels, to include a thoughtful conversion of the roof space, complete with dormers to both the front and rear, taking full advantage of the space available. One enters via the entrance vestibule and into the 13' lounge, which is filled with natural light via the large picture window to the front elevation, whilst there is a feature fireplace with inset coal-effect, living flame gas fire for those cold winter evenings. The open plan layout through into the 14' dining room works very well, creating a wonderfully sociable environment for the family or when one has friends over for dinner, the Oak flooring linking the spaces seamlessly. The 13' kitchen is fitted with a modern range of high-gloss wall and base units in cream, with contrasting laminated work surfaces, whilst there is a most useful separate utility room, where one can gain access to the rear. The four double bedrooms are split equally between the upper two floors, with the 13' master bedroom, located to the first floor, benefitting from lots of built-in storage ones, whilst the rear-facing bedrooms take full advantage of those incredible views. The family bathroom completes the accommodation and is fitted with a three piece suite, comprising of WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with overhead shower. Further highlights include double glazing and gas central heating, complete with modern boiler. Externally, the property is garden-fronted, with the driveway extending around to the side and providing access to the large detached brick-built garage, with electrically-operated door. The lengthy rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs to the perimeter, whilst our clients have carefully created a seating area which takes full advantage of the breath-taking position, where one can relax with a glass of wine in complete privacy. Available with the benefit of no onward chain.
4 bd Shevington