This is a large semi detached property built in the early 1900’s of Accrington brick and is located in a desirable area which is sometimes referred to as the ‘Park Lane’ of Great Lever. The house has full gas central heating and is largely double glazed.
The property boasts a wide frontage and red tarmac drive with parking for 4 to 5 cars with borders on three sides. To the side of the house there is an attached double length tapering garage with up and over door.
On entering the property through a well lit porch you enter a wide tiled hall way with doors to the through lounge and kitchen and wide stairs to the first floor. The lounge with a large bay window to the front of the house and large window to the rear over-looking the back garden has 3 m ceilings with covings and a feature fireplace fitted with a coal effect gas fire.
The tiled dining kitchen some 5 m in length and nearly 4 m into the bay window is fitted with modern units, stainless steel sink and drainer, dishwasher and refrigerator. The carcases of the units are made from marine ply so if desired door and drawer fronts could be easily replaced to suit the new owners’ taste.
Leading off to the rear of the kitchen is a utility room with fittings for a washing machine, dryer, a second stainless steel sink and gas central heating boiler. There is a downstairs WC, hand basin and shower cubicle to the side.
The back door leads onto an easily maintained garden with stone chippings, flags and a flower border. There is a door in the walled garden to a cobbled lane at the back of the property. There is a rear entrance into the garage.
Moving to the first floor at the top of the stairs is the bathroom with a ‘p’ bath and shower unit and the fourth bedroom. This currently is used as an office at home. Going back along the hall up the split landing you pass the second bedroom which has a fitted modern bedroom suite and single glazed leaded window overlooking the back garden. To the front of the house is the master bedroom with fitted dressing room – the dressing room could be easily converted into a nursery should this be required by the new owners.
From the landing, the stairs lead to the second floor with a fitted dressing room at the top of the stairs and a large bedroom with windows to the front and side elevations. To the rear of the bedroom is a play room or store room. This room currently does not have a window but a sky-light could easily be fitted.
The garage to the side of the house has an attic room which could be modified to become an en-suite for the adjacent master bedroom.
There is no chain.