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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Taylor Road, Haydock, St. Helens, Merseyside

£95,000

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An opportunity to purchase a three bedroom semi detached property with porch extension, large conservatory, off street parking and gardens. This well presented family home benefits from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. The spacious ground floor layout consists of an entrance porch, bay windowed lounge, open plan kitchen dining room and conservatory opening onto the rear garden. The first floor accommodation is made up of two double bedrooms located at the front and the rear and a generous third bedroom.

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Spacious Ground Floor Layout
Open Plan Kitchen Diner
Conservatory


Porch5' x 4'2" (1.52m x 1.27m). Double glazed uPVC front door opening onto the driveway and garden. Triple aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the front overlooking the garden. Laminate flooring, downlights.

Hall2'9" x 7'9" (0.84m x 2.36m). Radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light.

Lounge11' x 15'7" (3.35m x 4.75m). Double glazed uPVC front door opening onto the porch. Double glazed uPVC bay window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, under stair storage, ceiling light.

Porch5' x 4'2" (1.52m x 1.27m). UPVC double glazed door, opening onto the driveway. Triple aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the front overlooking the garden. Laminate flooring, downlights.

Cupboard1'5" x 2'6" (0.43m x 0.76m). Full height built in meter cupboard.

Lounge11' x 15'7" (3.35m x 4.75m). UPVC double glazed door, opening onto the patio. Double glazed uPVC bay window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, under stair storage, ceiling light.

Hall2'7" x 8'3" (0.79m x 2.51m). Radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light. Stairs to first floor.

Kitchen Diner14' x 8'6" (4.27m x 2.6m). UPVC sliding and patio double glazed door, opening onto the garden. Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear. Laminate flooring, spotlights. Roll top work surface, wall, base and drawer units, stainless steel sink with drainer, integrated, electric oven, integrated, gas hob, over hob extractor, space for washing machine, fridge/freezer.

Cupboard2'9" x 4'8" (0.84m x 1.42m). Under stairs storage cupboard. Laminate flooring, louvre doors.

Conservatory13' x 10'6" (3.96m x 3.2m). UPVC double glazed door, opening onto the garden. Double aspect double glazed uPVC windows overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, wall lights.

Kitchen Diner14' x 8'6" (4.27m x 2.6m). Double glazed sliding patio door opening onto the conservatory. Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear. Laminate flooring, spotlights. Roll top work surface, wall, base and drawer units, stainless steel sink with drainer, integrated electric oven, integrated gas hob, over hob extractor, space for washing machine, fridge/freezer.

Cupboard1'5" x 2'6" (0.43m x 0.76m).

Conservatory13' x 10'6" (3.96m x 3.2m). Double glazed uPVC doors opening onto the garden. Dual aspect double glazed uPVC windows overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, wall lights.

Cupboard2'9" x 4'8" (0.84m x 1.42m). Laminate flooring.

Landing4'10" x 10'4" (1.47m x 3.15m). Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the side. Carpeted flooring, ceiling light.

Cupboard2'7" x 2'3" (0.79m x 0.69m).

Bedroom 17'11" x 14' (2.41m x 4.27m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light.

Landing5'11" x 8'5" (1.8m x 2.57m). Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the side. Carpeted flooring, ceiling light.

Bedroom 27'9" x 10'1" (2.36m x 3.07m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light.

Bedroom 17'11" x 14' (2.41m x 4.27m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light.

Bathroom6'10" x 5'6" (2.08m x 1.68m). Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the rear. Radiator, vinyl flooring, tiled walls, ceiling light. Low level WC, panelled bath, electric shower over bath, pedestal sink.

Bedroom 27'9" x 10'1" (2.36m x 3.07m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light.

Bedroom 35'11" x 9'10" (1.8m x 3m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, built-in storage cupboard, ceiling light.

Bathroom6'10" x 5'6" (2.08m x 1.68m). Double glazed uPVC window with obscure glass facing the rear. Radiator, vinyl flooring, tiled walls, ceiling light. Low level WC, panelled bath, shower over bath and electric shower, pedestal sink.

Cupboard2'7" x 2'3" (0.79m x 0.69m). Boiler cupboard. Useful storage space.

Bedroom 35'11" x 9'10" (1.8m x 3m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, built-in storage cupboard, ceiling light.

Outside x . The front of the property consists of a driveway leading down the side with a turf lawn at the front. Gated access to the rear opens to a side patio with turf lawn and low level borders.

Haydock History x . Haydock is a village within the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, in Merseyside, England. Historically in Lancashire, the village is located roughly mid-way between Liverpool and Manchester, close to the junction of the M6 motorway and the A580 (East Lancashire Road). The place name is from the celtic heidd, meaning "barley, wheat" with the suffix aco meaning "place". An undated source refers to the name as Heidiog. The village is often referred to by the colloquial name of 'Yick', and its inhabitants may be referred to as Yickers. Haydock was one of the United Kingdom's richest areas in coal and coal mining, having up to 13 collieries working at one time. The last colliery in Haydock, Wood Pit, closed in 1971, bringing to an end coal mining in the area.

Haydock Community x . Recently, a Tesco supermarket has been built on the former site of the coal industry's central workshops. This development led to the demolition of the old Conservative Club and the subsequent construction of a brand new building, courtesy of the supermarket chain. Located nearby are Iceland and Aldi supermarkets along with other shops and restaurants. This area of Haydock is now considered the main retail section of the village. Haydock is probably best known as the home of the Haydock Park Racecourse. It was built between 1898 and 1899 on 127 acres of the historic Haydock Park land granted by Lord Newton to replace the older Newton le Willows course which was situated on Newton Common adjacent to Swan Lane and was closed in 1890. The origins of the Old Newton Cup can be traced back to 1752, when racing was taking place on Golborne Heath, not far from the present course.


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