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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

46 Town Road, Croston, PR26 9RB

Under Offer £330,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Fine and distinctive Grade II listed landmark residence
  • Sublimely presented accommodation throughout
  • Stretching into a superb orangery living space
  • Four spacious and light double bedrooms
  • Secluded south facing rear landscaped garden
  • Set in the heart of the Conservation Area
  • Luxuriously appointed kitchen and dining area
  • Sumptuously presented sitting room
  • Gas central heating and double glazing
  • Stone's throw from renowned village schools

Full description

A distinctive Grade II listed cottage, idiosyncratic by design being part rendered cottage a, part three-storey Georgian town house set in the conservation area and having a profusion of character amidst the spacious and opulently presented rooms within and having a landscaped terraced garden.

A broad timber door with glass inset opens into the hallway which runs centrally to the accommodation, has a turned staircase rising to the first floor and polished oak flooring which continues throughout almost all of the ground floor rooms. The sumptuously presented sitting room at the front of the property has a sash window with views of the village green to enjoy whilst sitting beside the open fire set in the full height brick chimney breast and the recessed spotlights and picture lighting give an intimate ambience.

Across the hall is the luxuriously appointed kitchen and dining area where 'attention to detail' are purely bywords and the Matthew Marsden range of hand painted furniture and island unit in muted shades, with every convenience covered, leaves you lost for word beyond 'wow'. On a practical level, the verdant shaded granite work surfaces have an etched drainer alongside the inset Butlers sink with swan neck mixer tap set beneath the front window and two integrated Bosch automatic dishwashers are positioned close by. The six-burner Falcon range cooker is set within a tiled niche and has a canopy extractor fan above and there is cabinet housing for an American style fridge freezer. Space for other essential white goods can be found in the utility room off the rear hallway which has also been furnished with complementary cabinets to an exacting standard and even includes space for a wine cooler.

The dining area has a wall mounted television point and an opening follows through into the orangery style living room with bi-folding doors to the rear terrace garden which open up to create a superb tranquil seating area come rain or shine. Completing the accommodation downstairs is a washroom with corner pedestal wash basin and w.c.

The staircase twists around to the first floor past a window to the rear at the half landing and a second one on arrival. The dual aspect master bedroom has windows to the front and side, exposed beams to the ceiling and fitted wardrobes to one corner, highlighted by the recessed spotlighting. Steps rise to bedroom two which also has a window to the front and an exposed brick chimney breast and bedroom three has a side window, exposed beams and a loft access point.

All are served by the travertine tiled bathroom with a white suite comprising an oak panelled bath, corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and w.c. plus a traditional style radiator with combined heated towel rail.

From the landing, double doors open to another turned staircase to the split level second floor bedroom with study area and having original broad floor boards, vaulted ceiling and stripped pine doors to the range of eaves storage cupboards and a window with an enchanting view over neighbouring rooftops towards the church tower.

The side parking area is accessed via timber double gates with coded security system and leads around to the rear south facing terrace garden which has been skilfully landscaped to include an ornamental pond with waterfall and a small bridge crossing to a secluded seating area overlooking the river and having climber-clad arbours and mature herbaceous planting mindfully interspersed.

Hall                                  6.7m x 1.6mKitchen Dining                  7.0m x 3.4mOrangery                          5.2m x 3.1mLounge                             4.0m x 3.0mMaster bedroom              4.9m x 3.7mBedroom two                   4.0m x 3.0mBedroom three                 4.0m x 3.3mBathroom                         3.0m x 2.0m Attic room                        4.6m x 3.7m
We are reliably informed that the Tenure of the property is FREEHOLD Viewing is strictly by appointment through Maria B Evans Estate Agents

Room measurements given in these property details are approximate and are supplied as a guide only. All land measurements are supplied by the Vendor and should be verified by the buyer's solicitor. We 
would advise that all services, appliances and heating facilities be confirmed in working order by an appropriately registered service company or surveyor on behalf of the buyer as Maria B. Evans Estate 
Agency cannot be held responsible for any faults found. No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by prospective purchasers.

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09 May 2018

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