- Landscaped rear garden
- 951 sq ft
- 2 bedooms
- Central location within easy walk of RPH
- Heritage features throught
If you are a busy working professional or couple that loves character homes and entertaining, then this home should be on your viewing list.
Every detail of this home has been meticulously thought about and designed by the owners to be in keeping with the period of the home whilst being stylish and practical.
From the moment you pull up onto the double driveway, you get a sense of the character and style to be found inside.
The ground floor is open plan and at the heart of the design is a bespoke kitchen from Mark Wilkinson including the all-important island with breakfast bar. There is an abundance of storage solutions as well as feature details such as a water purifier. I could go on, but I don’t think I could adequately describe the quality of the kitchen.
The other ground floor rooms can be used flexibly around your needs. Currently, the front room is used as the formal lounge and the room to the middle would make for a great formal dining room and is currently used as a music area with more than enough space for a piano.
As the rooms are all interconnected, they also free flow brilliantly and lend themselves perfectly to entertaining. There is also a characterful period-style WC located off the inner hall.
Perhaps one of my favourite features of this home is the landscaped garden area which really does feel like an extension of the house. The garden is separated into three areas all of which lend themselves to alfresco dining or relaxing and enjoying the warmer weather. One thing that really impressed me was the feeling of peace and tranquillity given the convenience of the location of the house.
The standout feature of the first floor is undoubtedly the bathroom. The William Holland copper enamel bathtub offers a great place to have a soak after a long day in the office and the feature exposed brickwork gives texture to the room. The heritage suite is a nod to the history of the home.
There are two bedrooms, one to the rear and one to the front. Both have cast iron feature fireplaces which act as focal points to the rooms. The main room also has a useful walk-in wardrobe.
The convenience of the location can’t be overstated. All the amenities to be found in Fulwood are within easy walking distance and if you commute for work then the motorway is just a short drive away.
Council tax band: C
Parquet flooring, radiator, access to the WC.
Lounge 5.1m x 4.1m
Stairs to the first floor, window to front aspect, origionsl butlers bell, original quarry tiled flooring, characterful coving, ceiling rose and picture rail, radiator, cast iron feature fireplace with inset gas fire with black granite hearth, heritage wooden surround, centre light, open plan through the remainder of the ground floor.
Dining Room 3.94m x 2.59m
Feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove, red brick finish, flagged flooring, hertatge byikt n storage, celing light with celing rose.
Two Velux fitted roof windows, two additonal windows to rear sepct framing the views of the rear garden, Mark Wilkinson bespoke hand crafted kitchen with a range of wall and base cabinets, feature centre island with warmer drawer, breakfast bar and sink, cashmere gold granite bespoke worktops, Franke taps with purified water filters and integrated insinkerator, space for range cooker, vaulted ceiling and exposed beam
Spotlights over the centre island, two hertage radiators, stone flagged flooring, space for fridge freezer and plumbing for washing machine and separate dryer.
Fitted witha two piece Thomas Crapper suite comprising high level cistern WC and wall mounted sink.
Wooden flooring, skylight, loft access, ceiling light, original doors leading to all rooms.
Bedroom 1 4.28m x 3.77m
Window to the front aspect, picture rail, coving, ceiling rose, wooden flooring, radiator, feature cast iron feature fireplace with quarry tiled hearth, walk in wardrobe. .
Bedroom 2 3.1m x 2.12m
Window to the rear aspect, cast iron feature fireplace with tiled hearth, wooden flooring, radiator, cupboard housing boiler, picture rail.
Velux window, window to rear aspect, fitted with a two piece Thomas Crapper suite comprising high level cistern WC, wall mounted sink, William Holland copper enamel bathtub with shower over and additional shower attachment, red brick feature wall behind, wooden flooring, cast iron radiator towel rail.
Double width driveway for two vehicles, steps and terrace to front door, outside light, outside tap.
Enclosed and secure rear garden, hedge and fencing perimeter, separated into three parts which flow seamlessly into each other.
The first part offers a flagged patio seating area, outside lights.
The second part is a courtyard style with cobbled pathways and seating area, raised stone planter with mature tree, seating area.
The third part has a circular patio seating area, storage shed, summer house with power and lighting.