Price £254,500 - Sold


Stunning Period Mid-Terrace Cottage, Lounge, Refurbished Kitchen/Dining Room, Study Area, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom/W.C., Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing, Southerly Garden, Off Road Parking for Two Cars, Close to Wrea Green Village & Ribby Hall. EPC=C

This Mid Terrace Period Cottage was built in the early to mid 1800's and is of traditional brick construction with rendered elevations, set beneath a slate roof.

The property is superbly situated just a short walk away from the village green, school and village shops. Lytham, Kirkham, Preston and Blackpool are all easily accessible.

GROUND FLOOR
Outside coach light.

LOUNGE - 13'4" (4.06m) Max x 12'6" (3.81m)
Approached by a feature period outer door.
UPVC leaded double glazed window with opening light overlooking the front garden.
Three wall light points.
Staircase with side banister rail which leads up to the First Floor.
The focal point of the room is a feature fireplace with stone mantle and ‘Morso` woodburning inset stove set upon a stone hearth.
A low level cupboard houses the electric consumer unit and meter.
Single panel radiator.
Television point.
Telephone point.
Ceramic tile floor.
A door which leads to the Kitchen/Dining Room.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 17'8" (5.38m) Max x 13'5" (4.09m) Max
The Kitchen has been refurbished and has a range of eye and low level fixture ‘soft close` cupboards and drawers in cream with feature crystal handles.
Under cupboard lighting.
Feature plate rack with shelf.
Two feature inset basket drawers.
Feature solid granite working surfaces incorporate a single bowl, stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap.
The built-in appliances comprise:
A Lamona stainless steel electric multi-function single oven.
A four ring halogen hob.
Illuminated extractor positioned above.
Integrated slimline dishwasher.
Integrated washing machine.
Integrated fridge.
Integrated freezer.
The Kitchen walls have been partially tiled in matching tone tiles.
The focal point of the Dining Room area is a feature cast-iron and brass period fireplace with inset living flame effect gas-fire.
Feature exposed period beams.
UPVC leaded double glazed window with opening light overlooking the rear garden.
UPVC part opaque double glazed outer door leads to/from the rear garden.
Double panel radiator.
Ceramic tile floor.
A door which leads to the Study.

STUDY - 9'3" (2.82m) x 3'9" (1.14m)
The Study has a range of storage shelving.
Laminated working surface with open storage cupboards beneath.
Opaque glazed windows overlooking the side and rear overlooking the Kitchen/Dining Room.
Telephone point.
Ceramic tile floor.

FIRST FLOOR
Approached by the previously described staircase which leads to a landing area with rooms leading off.
Loft access hatch. The loft has retractable ladder is partially boarded and has an electric light.
Feature exposed period beams.
Period stripped and stained floorboards.

BEDROOM ONE - 13'4" (4.06m) Max x 12'8" (3.86m) Max
The focal point of the room is a period cast-iron fireplace.
UPVC leaded double glazed window with opening light overlooking the front garden.
Feature exposed period beams.
Two wall light points.
Single panel radiator.`
Feature period stripped and stained floorboards.

BEDROOM TWO - 12'10" (3.91m) Max x 7'6" (2.29m) Max
Leaded double glazed window with opening lights overlooking the rear garden.
Feature exposed period beams.
Single panel radiator.

BATHROOM/WC - 17'8" (5.38m) Max x 6'9" (2.06m) Max
The Bathroom/WC has a four piece white suite which comprises:
A panelled bath with chrome taps and chrome thermostatic shower positioned above and rainfall style shower head and bi-fold in screen positioned to one.
Feature twin vanity wash hand basins with chrome mixer taps set into a tile top with storage beneath.
A close coupled WC.
Integrated storage cupboards.
A further built-in storage cupboard which houses a Worcester condensing combination gas-fired central heating boiler.
UPVC leaded opaque double glazed window with opening light overlooking the rear garden.
Feature exposed period beams.
Single panel radiator.
Birch wood effect laminate floor.

CENTRAL HEATING
The property benefits from gas-fired central heating from a Worcester condensing combination gas-fired central heating boiler located in a cupboard in the Bathroom/WC.
This supplies instantaneous domestic hot water and thermostatically controlled panel radiators to the property.

DOUBLE GLAZING
The property benefits from double glazed window throughout.

OUTSIDE
To the front of the property the garden has been laid to lawn with feature flowerbeds and borders hosting a variety of plants, bushes and shrubs.
A gated crazy paved pathway leads to the front door.
Paved patio area.

To rear the property the garden benefits from a southerly facing aspect and has been paved for ease of maintenance.
Outside water point.
A wrought iron gate provides pedestrian access to a car parking area.
The car parking is accessed via the service road to the right side of the property leading to two parking spaces.
A wooden shed which is included in the purchase price.

TENURE
The site of the property is held Freehold.

COUNCIL TAX BANDING
Council Tax Band ‘C`.

VIEWING
By appointment through Dunderdale Asquith Estate Agents. All prospective purchasers will be accompanied through the property by a member of staff.

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Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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