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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Church Road, St Annes

Sold STC £299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Family House
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen & Utility Room
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms/Wc
  • Large Rear Gardens
  • Double Garage
  • Gas Ch & Dble Glz

Full description

Moss Lea was originally built in 1887 as The Church House for the Reverend Arthur Sharples by the Parish Church and offers very spacious family living accommodation set in large gardens. This detached property is situated within just a few minutes walking distance to local shopping facilities and having transport services adjacent running to both St Annes and Lytham centres. The house is very convenient for four/five primary schools and Ansdell High School. On the ground floor is a central porch entrance, hallway, lounge, conservatory, study, rear reception room which could be easily used as a further lounge or dining room, well fitted kitchen, shower room/WC & utility room. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, family bathroom & separate WC. Gas central heating and double glazed through out. To both the front and rear are large lawned family gardens. The rear garden is approx. 58ft x 56ft. Double garage. Viewing strongly recommended.

Ground Floor -

Central Porch Entrance - 2.08m x 1.55m - Spacious central porch entrance with pitched slate roof having two double glazed windows overlooking both the front and side elevations. Single panel radiator. Polished exposed wood floor. Side light. Hardwood glazed inner door opens to:

Entrance Hall - 4.93m x 1.85m - Well appointed central hallway. Original staircase leads off with spindled balustrade and side wood panelling. Exposed polished wood floor. Corniced ceiling and delph rack. Panel radiator set behind a decorative screen. Under stair useful storage cupboards beneath the stairs.

Lounge - 4.95m x 3.99m - Large principal reception room. Polished exposed wood floor. Double glazed sash window enjoys elevated views of the front garden. The focal point of the room is a detailed fireplace with over mantle and tiled hearth and having a gas coal effect living flame fire. Corniced ceiling and original picture rails. Centre rose. Panel radiator set behind a decorative screen. Hardwood French door gives access to:

Conservatory - 6.78m x 3.20m - uPVC double glazed windows and insulated pitched ceiling. The room is used as a third reception room with the benefit of the double glazing and two double panel radiators. Exposed wood floor. Double opening, double glazed doors overlook and give access to the extensive walled rear garden.

Study - 3.28m x 3.25m - Superb further reception room. Quarter wood panelled walls with upper Delph rack. Feature period fireplace. Panel radiator. Double glazed sash window overlooks the front garden. This room has been recently used a study but lends itself to a variety of uses.

Rear Hall - 3.40m x 1.04m - Original stone flagged floor. Approached from the main hall from hardwood glazed door. Outer door with upper single glazed obscure fan light and corniced ceiling.

Rear Reception Room - 5.66m x 4.32m - Well planned large reception room used as a lounge or separate dining room. Exposed wood floor. The focal point of the room is a cast iron multi fuel stove standing on a raised stone flagged hearth and having period surround and over mantle. Side open bookshelves. Detailed corniced ceiling and centre rose and original picture and dado rails. Original single glazed window enjoys pleasant views of the rear garden.

Kitchen - 3.00m x 2.74m - Modern extremely well fitted kitchen with original stone flagged floor and part ceramic tiled walls. Range of wall and floor mounted cupboards and drawers. Canopied downlights. Turned laminate working surfaces and further concealed downlighting. One & a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with chrome mixer tap. Smeg stainless steel electric and gas cooking range double oven and five ring gas hob with stainless steel splashback and matching stainless steel illuminated extractor canopy above. Adjoining Bosch microwave oven. Neff integrated dishwasher. Housing for fridge and freezer. Original single glazed window overlooks the rear garden. 'Kickspace' floor heater. Corniced ceiling. Walk in pantry (5ft2 x 4ft2) with ceramic tiled floor and open shelving. Inner door opens to:

Shower Room/Wc - 2.44m x 1.42m - Ceramic floor and part wall tiles. Modern three piece white suite comprises: step in shower compartment with a plumbed shower and curved sliding outer doors. Fixture wash hand basin with cupboards beneath and chrome mixer tap and glass shelf and mirror over. The suite is completed by a low level WC. Chrome heated ladder towel rail. Double glazed obscure outer window with top opening light and tiled sill.

Laundry Room - 3.73m x 2.46m - Leading from the door from the kitchen with two steps giving access to the quarry tiled floor. Glazed 'Belfast' sink with hot and cold water supply. Plumbing facilities adjoin for automatic washing machine. Double panel radiator. Wall mounted gas central heating boiler. Outer door gives garden access. Single glazed window gives natural light. Range of useful cupboards and drawers.

First Floor - 5.89m x 1.85m - Approached from the previously described staircase leading to the upper central landing with matching spindled balustrade. Part wood panelled walls. Single panel radiator. Double glazed sash window overlooks the front elevation. Stripped pine doors to first floor rooms. Access to loft.

Bedroom One - 4.32m plus wardrobes x 3.96m - Well appointed principal double bedroom. Two double glazed windows overlook the front and side elevations. Double panel radiator. Original cast iron fire surround has been retained. Extensive range of wardrobes to one wall with open side shelving. Over bed fitted lights. Original picture rails and centre rose.

Bedroom Two - 4.98m x 3.66m - Nicely appointed second double bedroom. Two double glazed windows again overlook the front and side elevations. Panel radiator. Picture rails. Original cast iron fire surround.

Bedroom Three - 4.01m x 3.05m - Third good sized double bedroom. Original single glazed sash window overlooks the rear garden. Panel radiator. Picture and dado rails. Cast iron fire surround.

Bedroom Four - 3.23m x 3.07m - maximum 'L' shape measurements. Fourth double bedroom. Original sash window enjoys views of the walled rear garden. Panel radiator. Picture and dado rails. Contemporary designed open bookshelves and lower storage cupboard.

Bathroom - 2.03m x 1.57m - With ceramic floor and part wall tiles. Two piece white suite comprises: freestanding cast iron bath with a Triton electric shower above. Twyfords pedestal wash hand basin. Single panel radiator. Obscure outer window with top opening light.

Separate Wc - 2.03m x 0.69m - With ceramic floor and part wall tiles and dado rail. Low level white suite.

Central Heating - The property enjoys the benefit of gas fired central heating from an Alpha wall mounted boiler in the laundry room serving panel radiators and domestic hot water.

Double Glazing - Where previously described the windows to the front and side of the house with the exception of the loft have uPVC DOUBLE GLAZED units.

Outside - To the front of the property there is a 60ft wide garden laid to lawn with well stocked shrub and flower borders with mature trees and having a stone paved pathway rising up to the centre porch. External gas meters. Garden tap.
To the immediate rear there is an extensive walled garden 58ft x 56ft approx, laid principally to lawn with stone flagged pathways and rear patio and having additional high fencing giving further privacy and established trees and shrubs. Raised stone flagged terrace adjoining the house and side conservatory. External lighting. Range of brick outbuildings include high flush WC, adjoining coal/wood store (13ft4 x 4ft4) useful store room with single glazed windows giving natural light.

Outside -

Double Garage - 6.40m x 5.64m - With two up & over doors and rear personal door. Double glazed window gives natural light. Power and light supplies connected. Pitched tiled roof with underdrawn storage space.

Tenure/Council Tax - The site of the property is held Freehold and is free from any chief rent or other encumbrances. Council Tax Band F.

Location - Moss Lea was originally built in 1887 as The Church House for the Reverend Arthur Sharples by the Parish Church and offers very spacious family living accommodation set in large gardens. This detached property is situated within just a few minutes walking distance to local shopping facilities and having transport services adjacent running to both St Annes and Lytham centres.
The house is very convenient for four/five primary schools and Ansdell High School.

Vendor Notes - Outbuilding refurbished and double garage added circa 1999
Large conservatory added circa 2001
Roof refurbished 2012 (10 year guarantee)
Double sash windows added to the front of the property 2013 (5 year guarantee)

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The Guild - John Ardern & Company are proud to announce that we have been appointed as the only Estate Agent practice in the South Fylde to be appointed as members of 'The Guild of Professional Estate Agents'. As well as a network of carefully chosen independent Estate Agents throughout the UK, we now have an associated London office, 121 Park Lane, Mayfair with our own dedicated telephone number: -
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Viewing The Property - Strictly by appointment through 'John Ardern & Company'.

Property Misdescription Act - John Ardern & Company for themselves and their clients declare that they have exercised all due diligence in the preparation of these details but can give no guarantee as to their veracity or correctness. Any electrical or other appliances included have not been tested, neither have drains, heating, plumbing and electrical installations. All purchasers are recommended to carry our their own investigations before contract. Details Prepared February 2016


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11 February 2016

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