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STRIKING, CLASSICALLY ART DECO, FOUR BEDROOM PROPERTY WITH THREE RECEPTION ROOMS, LARGE PRIVATE REAR GARDEN, PLENTY OF OFF ROAD PARKING, DETACHED GARAGE, GLORIOUS KITCHEN AND BATHROOMS, ROOF TERRACE AND OVER 1900 SQUARE FEET OF ACCOMMODATION.Originally built in 1935 and identified by Chorley Borough Council as a Property of Architectural Interest, one of only a handful in the area, this home has been in the same family from new. Over the last few years the property has been significantly renovated and upgraded with over £130,000 being spent to enhance the original features and introduce modern essentials, each of which tie together beautifully and includes a staircase to both front and rear, and landscaping of both gardens.To the front, bespoke wrought iron gates open onto the paved driveway with parking for two vehicles, which runs parallel to the gravelled garden with raised beds and mature shrubs which give additional screening.  Step inside into the Entrance Hallway with inlaid Karndean flooring and enjoy the space and style this home has in abundance.  Reception Two is to the front of the property, bay fronted with maple wood flooring and window seat and has traditionally been used as the dining room.  Just next door is Reception One with sandstone fireplace housing gas fire, vertical radiator to maximise wall space and patio doors opening onto the covered terrace.The fitted Kitchen is elegant and stylish, hand crafted, finished and painted in subtle colours by Matthew Marsden with a range of wall and base units, contrasting emerald pearl granite work surfaces including routed drainer next to the double sink, a walk in pantry and a plentiful wine rack.  Karndean flooring gives comfort to the feet and integrated appliances include double electric oven and microwave, warming drawer, five burner gas hob with extractor over, Bosch fridge, freezer and dishwasher.  The Breakfast Room is through an archway and opens on to both the terrace and a second internal hallway with separate access to the front of the property, stairs to the master bedroom, cloakroom and utility area with space, power, plumbing and venting for washing machine and tumble drier.  Step down to Reception Three, a beautiful and bright room with fire place in art deco style, picture window overlooking the garden and patio doors to the terrace – a perfect family room.The rear garden is a magical place in each of the four seasons, with spring blossom, summer and autumn colour and a wonderland in winter.  With a covered terrace by the house, the perfect place to take of muddy boots after a walk, two further sun terraces and a lovely long lawn bordered by mature shrubs to one side, a pathway with borders and pond to the other, and containing fruiting pear and apple trees, this delightful, private space faces southwest and has been sensitively landscaped by Robert Langrish who also constructed the front garden.  Further along is the detached garage with power and light on a separate circuit, and with parking for an additional two vehicles to the side with a right of access to Doctors Lane.The modern carpeted staircase to the front leads to the landing with Bedrooms Two, Three and Four all accessible and each having built in storage.  The Family Bathroom is fully tiled with three piece suite in white, separate shower over the bath, and wash hand basin and wc integrated into the vanity unit with a ladder heated towel rail completing the set.  Further along the landing steps lead to the Master Bedroom which overlooks the rear garden and has burr oak fitted furniture also hand crafted by Matthew Marsden.  The en suite is a lovely size with fully tiled elevations and flooring, walk in cubicle with waterfall shower and power attachment, side by side wash hand basins, wc and long ladder heated towel rail – such a glorious room you may never want to leave it.There is a picture handing system in the hall, stairs and landing and the first floor ceilings have been insulated and lowered.An enclosed staircase leads from the landing to the Rooftop Terrace which now houses 10 fully paid up solar panels generating approximately £1000 per annum in revenue and having 20 years to run with the revenue increasing in line with inflation.  The terrace has been floored with ProShield fibre glass and has a manufacturers guarantee with c 20 years left to run.  The views from the top are beautiful in every direction towards Chorley and the Lancashire Pennines, Preston and Longridge and Parbold and its Hill.  A wonderful place to watch the fireworks on Bonfire Night and New Years Eve or to soak up the sun with an art deco gin sling.This property, built originally for the Sagar family, now has gas central heating, double glazing, an alarm that will telephone you in case of fire or unwanted access, a hot water system that runs at mains pressure to give quick filling baths and tremendous showers, lots of parking, a large sunny garden, and, best of all, plenty of stylish, modern accommodation with an art deco heritage.  What more could you want.  Do give us a call to arrange your viewing.  Council Tax D, EPC C. 

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