Price £279,950 - Sold STC

Lovely End Terrace Period House, Two Reception, Refurbished Dining Kitchen, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom/WC., Double Glazing, Gas Central Heating, Outside Store, Garden, Off Road Parking, Walking Distance to Lytham Town Centre and Green, *NO CHAIN* EPC=D

This Mid Terrace Period House was built approximately 110 years ago and is of traditional brick construction, set beneath a slate roof.

The property is superbly situated and is just a short stroll away from Lytham town centre with all of its shops, restaurants and other amenities. Lytham Green and Foreshore are close by.

Approached by a panelled outer door with glazed light positioned above.
Dado rail.
Two tone terracotta tile floor.

Approached by a period part opaque glazed inner door with glazed light positioned above.
Staircase with side banister rail which leads up to the First Floor.
Corniced ceiling.
Decorative plaster arch.
Single panel radiator.

LOUNGE - 12'11" (3.94m) Into Bay x 12'0" (3.66m)
The focal point of the Lounge is pine fireplace with part polished cast-iron back set upon a granite hearth with inset living flame effect gas-fire.
UPVC leaded double glazed bay window with opening lights overlooking the front of the property.
Corniced ceiling.
Central ceiling rose.
Television point.
Telephone point.
Satellite TV point.
Wall light point.
Double panel radiator.
Park glazed sliding doors lead to the Dining Room.

DINING ROOM - 12'11" (3.94m) Max x 12'9" (3.89m) Max
Central ceiling rose.
Corniced ceiling.
Double panel radiator.
UPVC double glazed French doors which provide access to/from the rear garden.
A door which leads to an under stairs storage cupboard which houses the electric consumer unit, electric meter and telephone point.
ADSL point.
A door from the Dining Room leads through to the Dining Kitchen.

DINING KITCHEN - 16'10" (5.13m) x 10'0" (3.05m)
The Dining Kitchen has a range of eye and low level fixture cupboards and drawers in Beech wood effect with stainless steel handles.
Laminated working surfaces incorporate a one and a half bowl, single drainer stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap.
The built-in appliances comprise:
A Bosch stainless steel electric multi-function single oven.
An Electrolux four ring halogen hob.
An stainless steel illuminated chimney style extractor positioned above.
Space for and upright fridge freezer.
Space and plumbing for a washing machine.
Integrated dishwasher.
Two UPVC double glazed windows with opening lights overlooking the rear garden.
The Kitchen area walls have been partially tiled in matching tone tiles.
Corniced ceiling.
An outer door which leads to/from the rear garden.
Glazed light positioned above.
Space for a dining table and chairs.
One of the cupboards houses a Potterton gas-fired central heating boiler.
Ceramic tile floor.

Approached by the previously described staircase which leads to a split-level landing area with rooms leading off.
Loft access hatch.
Corniced ceiling.
Feature glazed skylight.

BEDROOM ONE - 16'2" (4.93m) x 10'10" (3.3m)
Two UPVC double glazed windows with opening lights overlooking the front of the property.
Double panel radiator.
Picture rail.
ADSL point.

BEDROOM TWO - 13'1" (3.99m) x 10'3" (3.12m)
Central ceiling rose.
Picture rail.
Television point.
ADSL point
UPVC double glazed window with opening lights overlooking the rear garden.
Double panel radiator.

BEDROOM THREE - 9'11" (3.02m) x 7'6" (2.29m)
UPVC double glazed window with opening lights overlooking the rear garden.
Single panel radiator.
ADSL point.

BATHROOM/WC - 8'10" (2.69m) Max x 6'7" (2.01m) Max
The Bathroom/WC has a three-piece suite which comprises:
A corner panelled bath with twin taps and Mira electric shower positioned above.
A close coupled WC.
A wash hand basin and pedestal with twin chrome taps.
The walls have been partially tiled in matching tone tiles.
UPVC opaque double glazed window with opening light overlooking the side of the property.
Single panel radiator.

The property benefits from UPVC double glazed windows throughout.

The property benefits from gas-fired central heating from a Potterton gas-fired boiler located in a cupboard in the Dining Kitchen. This supplies domestic hot water and thermostatically controlled panel radiators to the property.

To the front of the property the garden has been gravelled for ease of maintenance with feature flowerbeds hosting a variety of plants and shrubs.
A gated pathway leads to the front door.
A driveway provides off-road parking and leads down the side of the property to wooden gates which provide access through to the rear garden.

To rear of the property the garden has been laid to lawn with feature flowerbeds and borders which host a variety of plants, bushes and trees.
Outside water point.
Outside lighting.
To the rear of the property there is a brick built storeroom with electric light and power connected.

The site of the property is held Leasehold for the residue of a term of 999 years with an annual Ground Rent of £1.90.

Council Tax Band ‘D`.

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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These particulars are thought to be correct, though their accuracy is not promised. Any intending purchaser should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.

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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