Situated in this peaceful little cul de sac, resting on the edge of this highly popular estate, this wonderful detached home rests on an extensive plot, which has the added benefit of not being overlooked. The current owners have recently completed refurbishments including a new kitchen, new windows and replaced soffits and fascias. The home has been in the hands of the current owners whilst their family has grown up and has been a perfect place in which to raise their family and the property offers even further potential due to the plot size and could easily be extended to the side or rear to increase the floor plan if needed (subject to any necessary planning consents. The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance porch leading into the large open plan lounge with dining area. This light filled room, with access into the rear garden, is centred around a lovely exposed brick fireplace, ideal for a perfect spot in those winter months, and a handy understairs storage area. There is an additional reception room, accessed from the main lounge, currently used as a sitting room, which could be perfect as a playroom or study if needed. The kitchen is positioned at the rear of the home and has recently been refitted with a good range of wall and base units and includes space for all of the usual appliances and access into the rear garden.
To the first floor there are three excellent bedrooms, all double, and the spacious family bathroom all centred around an open staircase and landing. Bedrooms one and three also provide lovely views towards Ashurst Beacon. The bathroom is fitted with a three-piece suite including a panelled bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin and w.c.
Externally, the home is approached via a flagged driveway offering off road parking and an established front garden. The plot then further extends to the side and rear to open into a particularly large rear garden, unusual for an estate property. The garden benefits from not being overlooked and offers a lovely patio area, ideal for outdoor dining, and reaches up to good sized lawns and well stocked borders with pretty trees including two cherry blossoms. The current owners grow fruit and vegetables and have even historically owned chickens. This garden is ideal for children.
This home borders the villages of Shevington and Appley Bridge both of which offer excellent facilities including excellent schools, easy motorway access, canalside and tree lined walks and even the famous ‘Fairy Glen’. There are local shops and eateries, all within walking distance.
Viewings of this delightful home are now welcomed.