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Property Description

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  • 1,509 SQ FT /140.2 SQ M APPROX. EPC: D

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Tenure: Freehold

SPACIOUS, LIGHT AND FLEXIBLE TO A FAMILY'S GROWING NEEDS, THIS INDIVIDUAL DETACHED HOUSE ALSO ENJOYS A GREAT CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION. Comprising porch, hall, lounge, dining room, conservatory, breakfast kitchen, utility, wc, five bedrooms, bathroom, garage. (1,509 sq ft /140.2 sq m approx. EPC: D).

A lovely sought after location.

Leave our office and proceed to the end of York Street turning left into Well Terrace, over the roundabout into Waddington Road and left before the railway bridge into Railway View Road. Continue past the railway station and Booths Supermarket, crossing the railway bridge and continue into Edisford Road. Turn right into St Paul's Street between the Spar Supermarket and St Paul's Church and immediate right into St Paul's Close. The property can be found on the left hand side at the head of the cul-de-sac.

Mains supplies of gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating to panelled radiators from a Worcester condensing combination boiler. Council tax is payable to RVBC Band E. We are advised the tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features
There is a combination of both PVCu double glazed and triple glazed windows, engineered wood flooring to hall, lounge and dining room, halogen down-lighting, pine internal doors with brass handles. There is a likelihood that the land to the side of the rear garden will be developed with housing in the future. There is ample storage space in both the loft and the eaves above the garage (accessed via bedrooms).

Positioned to catch the rising sun at the front and the pm sun in the rear garden, the east/westerly orientation of this excellent detached home offers a place to enjoy the sun throughout the day. Lying at the head of a small select cul-de-sac, the spacious accommodation is ideal for a growing family. Built during the 1970s, the properties on St Paul's enjoy generous plots and Number 21 is no exception with garden areas to front, side and rear.

With a large front porch, the main entrance opens to a wide and welcoming hall with a staircase and understairs cupboard. In the lounge which looks over the front garden, you will see a cast iron multi-fuel stove in a feature surround with display shelving and a TV plinth. The dining room can accommodate a large table and chairs and has sliding doors to access the conservatory; framed in PVCu with sealed unit double glazed French windows to a patio and double glazed roof panels. From here you have rooftop views of Longridge, Waddington and Grindleton Fells. The breakfast kitchen has two large windows overlooking the rear garden with fitted base and wall units featuring granite effect counters and upstands, a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and built-in appliances consisting of a brushed stainless steel electric double oven and gas hob beneath an extractor and space for an upright fridge freezer. There is also a built-in pantry. The utility in part encroaches into the garage and has plumbing for washing machine and a separate wc.

The wide first floor landing gives access to all five bedrooms and there is a loft access hatch. The master bedroom overlooks the front garden and has a most pleasant wooded aspect. There are built-in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. Bedroom 2 is a rear facing double with wardrobes and Fell views and bedroom 3, another double with feature port-hole window. Bedroom 4 a rear facing single, also with a port-hole window and bedroom 5 is a generous single. They share a four piece house bathroom consisting of a bath, shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, pedestal washbasin and low suite wc. The walls have ceramic splashback tiling and tongue-and-groove timber panelling.

Lying at the head of a cul-de-sac, wrought iron gates open to a tarmacadam drive which leads to an integral garage. There is a hardstanding for a caravan with enough room on the drive to park two vehicles and a stone walled front garden with lawn, established hedging and an ornamental pond with frogs and newts. There is a further useful area of side garden where vegetables have been grown and to the rear a level lawn and raised patio for alfresco dining and a covered pergola to protect you from the summer showers.

We strongly recommend an internal inspection.

Strictly by appointment with the Agents. (PIQ available on request).

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15 August 2016


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