4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleSouth Road, Liverpool, L19
- A Beautiful Late Victorian Villa
- A Grade II Listed Building
- Situated Within Grassendale Park
- A Designated Conservation Area
- Detached Coach House
- Beautiful & Established Gardens
- Many Original Features Retained
- Accommodation Over Four Floors
- Elegant Entrance & Open Lobby
- Charming Reception Hall, Cloakroom & Wc
Sutton Kersh have been appointed to offer for sale this beautiful late Victorian semi detached residence situated in the heart of this leafy, established and affluent private park. The property enjoys Georgian influenced design throughout including scribed white render to the external elevations as well as stucco details and beautifully proportioned windows with iron balconies. The imposing front elevation sets a precedent for the remainder of the property which is accessed via stone steps leading to the main entrance. Upon entering the property via the open lobby you are greeted by a charming reception hall with the elegant return staircase leading to the upper floors. The accommodation is spread out over four floors and briefly comprises open lobby leading into a reception hall, drawing room and sitting room which have parallel doors allowing through light and views of the beautiful gardens from the two main living areas. There is also a ground floor wc situated off the open lobby. From the reception hall stairs lead down to the lower ground floor which offers a kitchen with utility and tool store as well as a formal dining room. The first floor is accessible via the elegant return staircase and offers the principal bedrooms as well as a serving bathroom. The second floor is laid out in the same fashion with bedrooms three and four as well as a serving bathroom. Externally the gardens are well proportioned, beautiful, established and mature. Ample off road parking is allowed in the front garden and the rear garden is of an excellent size, walled and offers an abundance of mature, trees, shrubs and wild flower borders. To the right hand side of the plot there is a coach house which is currently used for storage and is a suitable garage or potentially a conversion to an annex to the main dwelling.With close proximity to the River Mersey and well-proportioned accommodation throughout we believe that this property will offer any prospective purchaser with an enviable lifestyle.The front elevations are detailed in design and approached via a gated entrance. The Georgian style front elevation is built in brick and has a scribed white render finish with stucco details typical of most properties constructed during this period. The windows are beautifully proportioned with inset casement sash windows and delicate glazing bars. Further stucco details have been applied. The roof is weathered in slate with decorative header stones.
Grassendale Park is one of Liverpool’s finest residential addresses and provides residents with an enviable lifestyle. In the 1840’s the Aigburth land company embarked upon an exciting project and formed the society of persons to set about building well proportioned villas for their own residence. The venture was so successful and demand so high the second suburb, Cressington Park, was laid out on the adjoining land using similar principles. A selection of properties have gained Grade II status.Grassendale Park has a private entrance and is maintained to a fine standard. In order to protect Grassendale Park and similar areas of architectural and historic interest, it was designated a conservation area in 1968 and subsequently extended in 1996. Cressington Park and Fulwood Park hold the same status.For the benefit of residents, Cressington Park Railway Station was opened in 1873 to provide easy access to Liverpool city centre and beyond. Many years later speed restrictions were applied to the roadways to provide a safe and enjoyable environment in which people could reside.
This beautiful property is approached via a walled entrance with decorative iron works and a mature and established garden with a beautiful weeping Ash tree and stone steps with decorative iron railings lead up to the entrance. Traditional entrance door leading into:
The entrance door has wide architraves, a glazed window and a black and white Amtico tiled floor. Off the lobby there is a cloakroom and wc.
With a black and white tiled floor, hanging rails and a stunning leaded light and stained glass door with crested portrait leads into:
WC - 6' 6'' x 5' 6'' (2m x 1.7m)
Comprising close coupled wc, vanity unit with wash basin and cosmetic storage under, laminate floor, radiator, French window looking into the rear garden.
The focal point being an elegant return staircase leading to both the lower and upper floors, wide architraves to door casings, deep skirting boards, dado rail, coved ceiling.The drawing room and sitting room are situated to the front and rear of the property and the doors are parallel providing ample through light.
DRAWING ROOM - 17' 11'' x 15' 9'' (5.48m x 4.81m)
A beautiful room with a full height sash window overlooking the front garden, marble fire surround with open fire, raised marble hearth and fender, wall light points, radiator, deep skirting boards, wide architraves to door casings, picture rail, coved ceiling with pierced relief, ceiling rose.
SITTING ROOM - 18' 0'' x 15' 7'' (5.5m x 4.77m)
Again with a full height sash window with delicate glazing bars overlooking the rear garden, period fire surround with free standing log-effect electric fire and tiled hearth, radiator, wall light points, deep skirting boards, wide architraves to door casings, picture rail, coved ceiling with pierced relief, ceiling rose.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
DINING ROOM - 16' 8'' x 15' 6'' (5.09m x 4.73m)
Sash window overlooking the front garden, wall light points, two radiators, deep skirting boards, wide architraves to door casings.
DINING KITCHEN - 17' 10'' x 15' 5'' (5.45m x 4.72m) increasing to 5.84m (19ft 1in)
A traditional country style kitchen having a range of base, wall and drawer units with a peninsular bar, mosaic tiled work surfaces incorporating two stainless steel sink units, open chimney breast finished in exposed brick with solid timber lintel housing a range cooker with double oven, four burner hob, plate and griddle, there is plumbing for American fridge freezer and an understair storage area. One radiator and double aspect glazing looking into rear garden.
LAUNDRY ROOM - 12' 9'' x 7' 10'' max (3.89m x 2.41m)
Double bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, lighting, part tiled walls, plumbing for washing machine, ample shelving, radiator, service meter cupboards.
TOOL STORE - 7' 10'' x 5' 2'' (2.39m x 1.6m)
Housing the gas fired Valliant boiler, hot water cylinder, radiator. Off the kitchen there is a rear hallway leading into the garden.
Continuation of the return staircase leading to the second floor, deep skirting boards, wide architraves to door casings, picture rail, coved ceiling.
MASTER BEDROOM 1 - 17' 10'' x 15' 4'' (5.46m x 4.68m)
Sash window overlooking the rear garden and providing beautiful views of the surrounding gardens with a panelled surround, fitted wardrobes offering hanging space, storage and mirrored doors, vanity area with pedestal wash basin, tiled splash back, mirror over with complimentary lighting, radiator, deep skirting boards, picture rail, coved ceiling.
BEDROOM 2 - 17' 11'' x 15' 4'' (5.47m x 4.7m)
Sash window with delicate glazing bars complimented by decorative wrought iron balcony, period fire surround with cast iron grate and decorative green glazing tiling, deep skirting boards, wide architraves, picture rail, coved ceiling.
SERVING BATHROOM - 12' 3'' x 8' 11'' (3.76m x 2.73m)
A bath unit with panelled surround, pedestal wash basin, close coupled wc, double length shower enclosure with power shower, tiled floor, part tiled walls, radiator, shaver point, panelled ceiling with down lighters, double glazed window.
BEDROOM 3 - 17' 4'' x 15' 4'' (5.3m x 4.68m)
Sloping ceiling with a double glazed Velux roof light, double glazed window to side, radiator, internet access point.
BEDROOM 4 - 15' 5'' x 17' 3'' (4.71m x 5.26m)
Sloping ceiling with a double glazed Velux roof light, double glazed window to side, attractive fireplace, radiator.
A bath unit with panelled surround and electric shower over, pedestal wash basin with illuminated mirror over, close coupled wc, part tiled walls, radiator, chromed heated towel rail, access to roof void, double glazed window.
The gardens are beautiful and appropriately sized for the property. The front garden is well proportioned has a gravel walkway, is walled and has decorative railings. Directly outside is a traditional lamp standard which is an integral part of the fabric of this beautiful, private and leafy park. The garden offers mature lawns, an abundance of flowers and shrubs set into the surrounding borders and several established trees including a weeping willow and mature silver birch. There is driveway parking leading to the coach house which is suitable for housing vehicles.The rear garden is beautifully proportioned extending to both the rear and the side and having a terrace serving the property in addition to an area of decking. Indian stone stepping stones with pebble surround lead in a clockwise direction to a pergola and barbeque area which is softened by an abundance of mature climbing plants. The walkway continues to a rear decked terrace and a further brick built barbeque area. There is a wild flower area and a mature lawn of an excellent size surrounded by a number of mature trees, flowers and shrubs. The garden is predominantly walled with decorative trellis work and softened by climbing plants. To the side of the property there is a gravelled area ideal for outdoor entertaining and social space which serves the coach house and gardeners wc. There is a garden shed and solid fuel store. Access from the main dwelling is available from the lower ground floor and the ground floor.
THE COACH HOUSE
(The Rear Section) 4.14m (13ft 6in) x 3.85m (12ft 7in)(The Front Section) 4.61m (15ft 1in) x 4.16m (13ft 7in)The rear section has power, light and an overhead flooring area, a door into the garden. The front section has twin timber doors, a side window, power, water and light is laid on and there is a Yorkshire stone flooring.This area of the property may provide an ideal opportunity to create an annex to the main dwelling and could be used for a multitude of purposes including office space, a teenage suite or general storage area.
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