2 bedroom terraced house for saleGrade II Listed Property - Church Street, Croston
- Grade II Listed Terraced House
- Central Village Location of Historic Croston
- Circa 1830's with Ample Character Features Throughout
- Located On One Of The Oldest Streets in Lancashire
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Garden & Courtyard
- Offered with NO CHAIN
- Viewings Strictly Through MovingWorks
MovingWorks proudly offer to the market a rare opportunity to purchase Grade II Listed property set on the most picturesque Church Street, Croston dating back to circa 1830. Famed for it's use in period drama sets and one of Lancashire's oldest streets, Church Street boasts an idyllic village lifestyle all whilst hosting an abundance of period character features throughout, as you would expect for a property of this era. Upon entry, a long hallway guides one to a lounge with an open fire before leading through to the kitchen with a stunning open range cooker. A cloakroom and utility room complete the ground floor as well as a large cellar to the lower floor. To the first floor and two double rooms and a family bathroom featuring a quite simply, stunning Velux window giving the impression of a vaulted ceiling. Externally, the cobbled street allows for on-road parking whilst to the rear of the property a courtyard and spacious garden can be found with views over St Michael's Church. Viewings are highly recommended and MovingWorks politely ask you to contact the office before viewing internally or externally.
Beautiful, four piece suite comprising double walk in shower cubicle, corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc. Part tiled Porcelanosa ceramic tiled walls and tiled floor with underfloor heating. Feature Velux window to the rear creating the sense of a vaulted ceiling. Heated towel rail.
Flagged courtyard area leading to separate garden. Shared access across courtyards between neighbouring properties.
Mainly laid to lawn garden with a spacious patio area ideal for entertaining with stunning views of St Michael's Church. Well established plants, shrubs and trees border the garden.
Two piece suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin and low level wc. Part tiled walls and tiled floor.
14' 0'' x 11' 3'' (4.26m x 3.44m)
Excellent range of eye and low level units incorporating a ceramic sink and drainer unit. Stunning feature open fire range cooker with original stone surround and exposed brick chimney breast. Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer, electric oven and gas hob. Tiled worktop and tiled floor. Stable style door leading to the rear courtyard and garden. Sash window to rear.
Plumbed for washing machine and dish washer. Tiled floor.
13' 9'' x 13' 1'' (4.18m x 3.99m)
Character coal shaft. Integrated pump system.
First Floor Landing
Window to rear. Loft access.
16' 4'' x 14' 0'' (4.99m x 4.26m)
Feature decorative fireplace. Sash window to front.
10' 4'' x 9' 1'' (3.16m x 2.78m)
Sash window to rear. Fitted wardrobe.
13' 11'' x 14' 1'' (4.23m x 4.28m)
Feature open fire with beautiful decorative surround and tiled hearth. Sash window to front. Fitted cupboard and shelves.
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