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7 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Glenmore Road, Oxton, CH43

Sold STC £420,000

Property Description

Key features

  • No Onward Chain
  • With Seven Bedrooms
  • 4 Piece Bathroom
  • And 1st Floor Wash Room
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Family Kitchen/B'fast

Full description

If you look on the old plan of 1876 you'll see this land was once a market garden. If you look at a more recent plan you'll see how the plot to No.30 is ever so slightly wider and longer than its neighbours - and all the little difference makes a big difference when it comes to outdoor day to day activities especially; take a look at the width of the drive, for example.....

Even before studying the plan, you can see and feel (as well as compare with the floor plan below) how much wider the room sizes are of this Edwardian house, again compared to many outside of the immediate area. Each room is magnificently proportioned and introduced via a hall and landing which are similarly grand in scale - most noticeably the hall.

In fact this hall comprises three key areas; the main reception area; a particularly spacious and more or less square area (an area most suited for the first Christmas tree in the house); an inner hall area (walls a ready for the 'hall of fame' photos, and which leads onto the kitchen/breakfast room) and a third useful area, under the stairs, which also gives you access to the exterior side of the house.

It's probably worth noting here that whilst most of the windows are in a pvc finish and some that have duplicated stained glass inset into the window units; there are a couple of original frames that have been repaired and look as good as new and boast the most delicate of stained glass and pattern.

There are two fine reception rooms, both with not insignificantly sized bay windows and both with contemporary fireplaces. Along the lower hall area and you'll find the kitchen breakfast room. A room with a mix of modern and old. The latter being the original china cupboards, the modern a display of a considerable amount of black granite work top, together with a little glass work and a generous range of oak units integrated into which are a range of smart appliances.

There's ample room for seating at the granite breakfast bar for at least four whilst watching the chef prepare the evening meal, for idle chit chat with a glass of wine and a stare out to the garden.

There's packs of space for storage within this kitchen, a room which is also serviced by a utility area just off. Behind the utility are a number of outhouses attached. Meanwhile, and to the other end of the hall, is a very nicely presented full shower room facility.

Up to the first floor and passed one of two stained glass windows at half landing points, to the first of the seven bedrooms. The master bedrooms is as roomy, as spacious, as impressive as the main living room reception in size but especially in width. A somewhat luxurious room, not just for its size but for its generous built in wardrobe furniture and of course, good lighting always makes an impact.

The second bedroom mirrors the size of the second reception. A great room, very comfortable. The third double bedroom to the rear of the house is like the previous two, immaculate and well decorated. Next to a thoroughly modern four piece bathroom (separate 'P' shaped shower unit) is a wash room. Again, not long installed, and with vanity units, generous storage, basin and second loo to this first floor. A very handy facility with a full house, we imagine. A fourth bedroom, currently commandeered as a den or study, is to be found at the front of the house.

Head towards the top of the house and to another generous landing area and to three further double bedrooms and to the 'tank' room, useful for more storage. Good to find the top floor as well looked after and maintained.

If you just do a little check outside and compare neighbours frontage you'll appreciate the parking area at No 30 is that little wider; the front garden has been made considerably private too by natural screening. Around at the rear of the house is an established family garden, again considerably private and with a mix of raised patio, lawn and deep borders.

Locator - The house stands about a five minute walk from the centre of Oxton Village. It's probably a ten minute walk to either BHSA or Birkenhead School and you might want to get your parents to drive you (less than 5 minutes) if you're a St Anselm's student. For Sat Nav CH43 2HG

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These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute and part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of this property. We have not tested any services nor appliances and cannot give any assurances or warranties as to their condition or reliability. All measurements are approximate having been taken with an electronic measuring device.

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14 July 2016


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