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Central Avenue, Eccleston Park, St Helens, L34








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Key features

  • Victorian three storey family home
  • Six excellent bedrooms
  • Three large reception rooms
  • Impressive interiors throughout
  • Mature & landscaped gardens
  • A wealth of impressive features
  • Highly regarded tree lined location
  • Handcrafted secure gated access
  • Basement with scope for development


Since acquiring this original six bedroom Victorian residence occupying a mature private plot in treelined Central Avenue, the vendor has extensively refurbished the property to the highest of standards in the most sympathetic manner, retaining period features whilst enhancing them in a contemporary style, to provide a truly exceptional home with superb living space both inside and out.

Sunnyside is situated on Central Avenue in leafy Eccleston Park, a highly regarded residential suburb of St Helens on the borough’s western fringes bordering Knowsley and less than 10 miles from Liverpool City Centre.

Eccleston Park Railway Station is within 0.3 miles of the property providing railway access to Liverpool and commuting by car is generously catered for with the M57 motorway nearby giving access to the local and regional motorway network and the Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 10 miles away.

The town of Prescot is just 1 mile away providing local shops and is home to the Shakespeare North Theatre and Knowsley Safari Park.

You approach the elegant Victorian frontage framed by mature trees through bespoke designed electrically operated gates leading onto an extensive slate coloured patterned concrete driveway extending to the front and side of the property. The manicured low maintenance planted areas with specimen trees soften the exterior and a hedgerow provides a privacy screen along the length of the driveway.

The property has the benefit of extensive cellars beneath the full footprint of the house offering storage space that could be developed into additional useable space subject to the necessary planning consents.

Built in the late Victorian period as part of the Beecham family estate the property is a perfect blend of period and modern, bright and breezy, cosy and comfy.

Throughout the house you’ll notice period details such as the generous ceiling heights, stained glass windows and deeply moulded cornicing and skirting boards.

The current owner has created a calm, contemporary feel, with a coherent neutral colour palette throughout, that perfectly complements the period features.

EPC rating: E. Tenure: Freehold,


An imposing entrance hall with herringbone
arranged wooden flooring, period style half glazed entrance door with stained glass and matching side panels and fan light. Panelled walls, storage cupboard and grand staircase with half landing and stained glass window.


The herrigbone flooring continues into the well lit room with bay window dressed in plantation shutters and an elegant period fire surround with open fire.
The high ceiling, decorative cornicing and smooth clean lines further enhance the feeling of space and light.


The hub of the home, a great place to entertain. The focal point must be the lovely open fireplace with solid fuel burning stove. Used regularly to add ambience as well as toasty warmth – it’s perfect for extra magical Christmas gatherings.The current dining table comfortably seats six, but this room could easily accommodate more on a larger table. The french windows have been carefully retained to bring in extra light from the rear garden.


The oppulence continues into a comfortable
lounge where the trademark herringbone floor and exquisitely panelled walls are complimented by the box bay window and open period fireplace. The owner has created a living room that is as functional as it is esthetically pleasing and is an ideal space to relax into at the end of a busy day. Subtle details such as the wall lights, cast iron
radiators and invisible television cabling make this space eminently liveable while remaining calm and clutter-free.


Serving the dining room is this classic working kitchen with an array of pastel blue shaker style kitchen units that are generously framed
from floor to ceiling to provide ample storage space. Windows from two aspects provide generous light onto the granite work surfaces that houses a white belfast style sink and elegant polished crome mixer taps.
A superb range cooker takes centre stage with wide extractor canopy and open storage units to the side. Hidden within the kitchen units are the functional necessities: fridge freezer and washing machine.


To the front of the house, the master bedroom is flooded with light through the box bay windows.
This tastefully decorated bedroom, with sumptuous carpet, upholstered panelling contrasting feature timber clad wall, comfortably accommodates a super king-sized bed with ample space for bedside cabinets, a chest of drawers and an ottoman or crib to the foot of the bed.


The light, bright and airy second bedroom also
comfortably houses a super king sized bed and features the upholstered panelling present on all of the first floor bedrooms.


Another super king sized double bedroom perfect as a
guest bedroom with luxury carpet. A modern wall
mounted radiator fits seamlessly below the picture window overlooking the rear garden.


The back to the wall freestanding bath with
separate glass panelled wet room shower makes
this family bathroom perfect for both long relaxing soaks and quick showers. The room is part-tiled in ceramic stone-effect tiles with an attractive contrasting detail.

To the end of the bath, the wide vanity unit has a traditional style mixer tap and sits atop a cabinet.The over-basin mirror has a bright shaving or makeup light. Inside the shower enclosure is a backlit shelf for handily placing those shower gel and shampoo essentials and there is a large ladder style radiator.


With window to side elevation this beautifully finished convenience has part tiled walls and close coupled WC with hidden cistern.


The centrepiece of the first floor with galleried landing, panelled walls and magificent chandelier. There’s a useful storage cupboard and stairs up to the second floor


Ideal for guests, this generous bedroom has a
vaulted ceiling and two windows to the front
elevation and is conveniently served by the second floor shower room.


Pack the kids away to the second floor in one of the two cosy king size bedrooms with dormer window to the side and fitted wardrobes


Two kids? No problem. A mirror image of Bedroom
5 with vaulted ceiling and hidden TV points.


A vaulted ceiling and fully tiled walls surround this contemporary shower room with slate grey fitted units housing vanity sink and wet room style shower enclosure with rainfall shower.


The property has the benefit of extensive cellars beneath the full footprint of the house offering storage space that could be developed into additional useable space subject to the necessary planning consents.


The garage has been converted into a private gym and whilst retaining the original up and over door, there are also french windows to the side to allow more than enough ventilation during one of those more intensive workouts!


You may feel we’ve saved the best till last with the enclosed garden and its many different areas to enjoy. To begin with, there’s the composite decking area immediately outside the dining room ideal for reading the morning paper with a cup of coffee. Moving along the decking is a covered canopy housing an outdoor hot tub with integral TV that is enclosed by timber ballustrade.
From here you’ll notice a paved patio area, the perfect alfresco dining spot to enjoy an evening meal or entertain friends. Keep walking and you’re into the chill-out zone, just to the side of the garage/gym and an external store which provides another covered and screened sitting area to while away those Summer evenings with a glass or two of your favourite tipple. From here steps lead down from the decking onto the lawned rear garden landscaped and bordered with mature trees and
shrubs that can be maintained with minimal fuss.


The property is approximately 0.5km from
Eccleston Lane Ends Primary School which is
rated as “Outstanding” and 1.1km from Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School which is rated as “Good”. Secondary education is available at The Prescot School (1.8Km), St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic Academy (1.9Km), De La Salle (2.6Km) and Rainhill High School (3.2Km)


Heating and hot water are mains gas fired.

There are thermostatically controlled radiators

The property is fully alarmed.


According to Openreach’s website, Superfast fibre (up to 80Mbps) is available.

According to OfCom, mobile coverage is “Good”
for voice, data and enhanced data through EE,
Three and O2. There is also a very high confidence
of coverage for 5G data.


Our client has advised that subject to negotiations, some pieces and/or furniture can be purchased as part of the property sale.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: These particulars are intended only as general guidance. The Company therefore gives notice that none of the material issued or visual depictions of any kind made on behalf of the Company can be relied upon as accurately describing any of the Specified Matters prescribed by any Order made under the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. Nor do they constitute a contract, part of a contract or a warranty. Floor plan is for illustrative purposes only. Measurements are approximate and not to scale. ‘The services and or Appliances have not been tested’

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Band: F
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
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Central Avenue, Eccleston Park, St Helens, L34

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Eccleston Park Station0.2 miles
  • Prescot Station0.9 miles
  • Thatto Heath Station1.0 miles
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Belvoir, St Helens

21 Hardshaw Street, St. Helens, WA10 1RD

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Belvoir is one of the largest independent estate agency franchises with over 160 offices across the UK. Our St Helens branch now incorporates JB&B Leach which has been trusted since 1856 by generations of local residents to provide exceptional service for all of their property needs.

The business is locally owned and operated by St Helens born businessm

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