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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Knowsley Road, Cressington Park, Liverpool, L19

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Beautiful Period Property
  • Situated Within Cressington Park
  • A Fine Display of Premium Craftsmanship
  • Sitting Room, Drawing Room & Lounge
  • Dining Kitchen & Conservatory
  • Five Bedrooms Over Two Floors
  • Substantial Basement
  • Many Period Features Retained
  • Substantial & Established Gardens
  • Energy Rating E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Sutton Kersh have been appointed to offer for sale this beautiful period semi detached dwelling occupying a prominent position within this mature and leafy private park. Only by way of internal inspection can prospective purchasers fully appreciate the detailed craftsmanship, quality joinery and delightful display of building excellence.

The delightful approach to the property is via sandstone piers complemented further by established floral borders, manicured lawn and established trees. The accommodation is accessed via a beautiful reception hall with an elegant return staircase leading to the upper floor complemented by a sash window on the half landing providing generous natural light. In principal there are three reception rooms all of a good size and the spacious fitted dining kitchen with conservatory off. There is also a ground floor WC and access to the basement is available from the hall. To the first floor there are four well proportioned bedrooms all of which have original fireplaces as well as a family bathroom and WC. The second floor offers a spacious guest bedroom and traditional bathroom.

Externally the property is enveloped by beautiful and established gardens occupying a standard park plot and offer mature lawns, extensive in size and surrounded by a beautiful arrangement of flowers and shrubs providing an abundance of colour. There is a timber and glazed summer house and the gardens boundaries are finished in brick typical of the Victorian period. There is also a double garage with electronic door providing secure parking.

The property is in excellent decorative order, has been maintained well over the years and retains much of its original character and charm.

Beautifully proportioned sash windows, quality joinery work, fantastic coved and corniced ceilings all underpin both the attractability and value of this property.


Dining Kitchen 
15'5" x 13'2" - An arrangement of base, wall and drawer units with inset display cabinets, ample granite work surfaces incorporating an underslung Belfast sink with mixer tap, space for range cooker with extractor hood over, tiled floor, radiator. Appliances include integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and tumble dryer. Radiator, coved ceiling, sash window, door leading into:

Conservatory / Garden Room 
17'0" x 6'1" - A quality addition to the property constructed mainly of timber of a brick base with a pitched roof and double glazed units inset, two doors provide access to the garden.

First Floor Accommodation 

Half Landing 
Continuation of staircase to main landing, wide architraves, deep skirting boards, dado rail, coved ceiling, staircase leading to second floor.

Family Bathroom 
8'2" x 6'10" - A traditional three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, closed coupled WC, attractive green glazed and cream tiles, heated towel rail, tiled floor, sash window.

Master Bedroom 1 
20'11" x 15'3" - Spacious and beautiful room with a sash window overlooking the front garden with external decorative wrought iron to complement feature fire surround with open fire, original tiles finished in a light brown, wash basin sat on a chrome stand, radiator, deep skirting boards, coved ceiling.

Bedroom 2 
18'3" x 15'4" - Sash window overlooking the front garden with external decorative wrought iron to complement, stripped and varnished floorboards, attractive period fire surround with open fire and Victorian red glazed tiles, deep skirting boards, coved ceiling.

Bedroom 3 
15'4" x 13'6" - Sash window overlooking the rear garden, stripped and varnished floorboards, period fire surround with cast iron grate and Victoria tiles finished in pink, original cupboard, coved ceiling.

Bedroom 4 
15'5" x 13'1" - Sash window overlooking the garden, feature fire surround with inset cast iron grate with a blue/gray Victorian glazed tiled.

Second Floor Accommodation 

Bedroom 5 
23'0" x 15'3" - A bright and spacious room with three double glazed skylights with two aspects, part sloping ceilings, fire surround with cast iron grate, two radiators.

Serving Bathroom 
11'1" x 10'5" - Classic three piece suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, skylight over for those who wish to stargaze, pedestal wash hand basin with light over, closed coupled WC, radiator, tiled floor, part tiled walls, sash window.

Cellars 
First of all from the hall via the understairs.

Room 1 
18'3" x 15'7"

Ground Floor Wc 
Comprising close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, Victorian tiled splashback, radiator, tiled floor, double glazed window.

Accommodation 
The approach to the property is via sandstone gates with driveway complemented by beautiful and established trees. The stunning leaded light entrance door typical of the period with fanlight over leads into the reception hall.

Reception Hall 
With an elegant return staircase with spindles and polished balustrade leads to the first floor via a half landing with elegant sash window overlooking the rear garden which also returns generous natural light into the property. The hallway has deep skirting boards, wide architraves to door casings with decorative overhead joinery and coved and corniced ceiling.

Sitting Room 
18'2" x 15'4" - A bright and calming room with the focal point being a sash window with shutters overlooking the front garden, marble fire surround with a cast iron grate and decorative Victorian tiles set over a marble hearth with open fire, deep skirting boards, wide architraves, picture rail, coved and panelled ceiling.

Drawing Room 
20'11" x 14'2" - An elegant room with sash window overlooking the front garden, marble fire surround with tiled hearth and inset living flame gas fire, fitted book shelving, deep skirting boards, wide architraves, picture rail, coved ceiling with pierced relief.

Lounge 
14'6" x 13'4" - Sash window overlooking the rear garden, feature fire surround with arched head grate and tiled hearth, radiator, deep skirting boards, picture rail, coved ceiling.

Inner Hall 
Radiator, sash window, door leading to cellar, access to:

Room 2 
Original wine cellar.

Room 3 
Subfloor area.

Room 4 
10'1" x 6'7" - Two gas fired Worcester boilers and high capacity pressurised water cylinder.

Room 5 
10'0" x 3'7" - Storage.

Rear Garden 
Beautiful, established and mature rear garden finished in the typical Victorian style being walled and offering an extensive lawn surrounded by deep floral borders offering a variety of established trees, shrubs and wildflowers providing an abundance of colour. A timber and glazed summer house is situated at the far right hand side of the garden. There is a serving terrace to the rear of the property and access is available to the double garage.

Double Garage 
17'3" x 13'10" - plus potting / utility area 6' 5'' x 6' 2'' (1.96m x 1.87m)Spacious double garage with electronic up and over door, power and light, two windows and a sink unit.

Front Garden 
The approach to the property is delightful and via sandstone piers decorative ironmongery complemented further by established floral borders, manicured lawn and beautiful established trees

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17 May 2016

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