4 bedroom detached house for saleThorn Bank, Croston Road, Garstang, Preston, Lancashire
Offers in Region of £460,000
North and Junction 32 of the M6 to the South. Garstang itself includes amenities, such as a range of independent shops, supermarkets, cafes, pubs and restaurants, along with schools and health care providers. The property is entered via a driveway which leads through to the garage and parking area at the side of the property. There is also a path from Croston Road to the front door which passes through attractive lawned and bedded gardens areas. There are matured trees to the front of the property, offering good levels of privacy. There is a veranda to the front of the property and a semi-glazed door leading into the entrance hall. The spacious entrance hall has features that you would expect of a property of this age, including coving and a picture rail. There is also the electric cupboard to the rear of the
front door and there is a storage cupboard which provides plenty of cloak storage. The doors lead off to various ground floor accommodation and the staircase rises up to the first floor. A door opens into the family room which enjoys a part-stained glass bay window with views to the front of the
property. There are bookshelves and storage cupboards built into the alcoves and an open fire is positioned centrally within the room, providing an attractive focal point. This room has the benefit of picture rails and dado rails, providing additional character. The kitchen includes a range of wall and base mounted kitchen units with a work surface
over and a tiled splash-back. Integrated appliances include a Neff double oven, microwave, a Bosch dishwasher and a Bosch gas hob with an extractor over. There is also an integrated fridge and there is a hatch which leads through into the utility room space. A 1 ½ sink and drainer in white is also provided. There are views to the vegetable patch at the side of the property. There is an opening into the dining room. The dining room has views to both the side and the front of the property, providing a lovely light space full of the original character of the property, including a picture rail and stained glass in the windows. An attractive gas
fire provides a focal point to the room and a display cupboard and storage cupboard is found within one of the alcoves. The floor covering in the dining area and kitchen is tiled. The utility room has a semi-glazed door to the side of the property and a range of wall and base mounted units. There is a point for a washing machine and condensing dryer, along with a sink and drainer set over a cupboard unit. The floor covering in this space is linoleum and the boiler is also housed in the utility room. The main lounge is positioned to the rear of the property and enjoys super views over the extensive gardens. There are also windows to the side of the property. This is a lovely light room with a gas fire providing a focal point. There is also a picture rail surrounding this
room and large glazed sliding doors lead out to the patio space and the gardens to the rear which offer exceptionally good levels of privacy with mature trees encompassing them.Off the entrance hall there are three well-proportioned bedrooms with windows to the side of the property (one is currently used as a study). The rear bedroom has
windows to two elevations and a semi-glazed door to the side of the property. The ground floor family bathroom has a bath, w.c., pedestal wash-hand basin and is fully tiled. The staircase rises up to the first floor where there is a landing with doors off to two further bedrooms. Both bedrooms have windows to two elevations and one has a range of fullyfitted wardrobes. The family bathroom includes a bath, shower cubicle, w.c., bidet and pedestal wash-hand basin. There is timber floor covering and the walls are tiled. A heated towel rail is also provided.
Externally, the property is set in extremely mature gardens, surrounded by attractive mature trees, offering excellent levels of privacy. There is a driveway, parking area and a path to the front of the property which sweeps round to the front and the side. There is a coal bunker and shed to one side and a garage to the other. Raised beds also provide a vegetable patch area to one side around an attractive circular feature. There is a patio
with a low wall to the rear and a large expanse
of lawn, surrounded by mature shrubs and trees, offering a truly exceptional plot. The garage is of part-rendered block construction with an asbestos cement sheet roof. There are electric doors to the garage which are not currently in working condition.
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