On a road where each house is different to the next, this detached abode is certainly recognisable, due to his traditional façade and imposing gated entrance, making it one which is sure to impress once seen in person. The property has undergone a comprehensive programme of modernisation by the current owners and the standard of finish is evident from the onset, giving the intending purchasers a property which is ready to move straight into.
The internal layout of the property in brief includes: entrance hall with oak staircase leading to the first floor with inset LED lighting, laundry room, sitting room with bay window to the front, open plan kitchen diner hosting a comprehensive range of bespoke fitted eye and base level wall units running along three sides and an open plan arch to the living room to the rear of the property where there is an exposed brick feature fireplace, two roof lights and a rear facing window overlooking the rear garden, rear hallway with external side access door and a further door to the ground floor WC. There is under floor heating to all ground floor tiled areas. The front and rear entrance are Rock composite doors which are one of the most secure composite doors in the UK.
To the first floor is a central landing, three bedrooms (two having fitted wardrobes,) the family bathroom with motion activated lighting and a door leading to a stairwell to the second floor loft room. The loft room offers potential for further conversion (subject to necessary consents) and currently offers a useful room which is boarded, has light and power, as well as a roof light. The partial loft conversion has a staircase installed with blue Led lighting, The floor joists suitable for a loft conversion are already in place as well as two velux windows and only the insulation and final finishing is required to complete the room. The loft conversion already has planning agreed.
You approach the property through impressive wrought iron gates, which are electronically operated and also has an additional pedestrian gateway. Once inside, there is ample off road parking for a number of vehicles on the driveway, as well as within the detached garage, which also has an electronic double door for easy access. Inside the garage is light and power, as well as useful rafter storage. Surrounding the property is a pressed concrete pathway with inset feature lighting and an electronic watering system, for remote garden maintenance. To the front is an artificial grassed garden are with mature hedged border, whilst the main garden is located to the rear of the property and boasts a further generous artificial garden with mature borders and a pressed concrete sun terrace. NB: To the rear of the garage is a 20ft x 8ft container which the vendors shall include within the sale, offering fantastic storage.
About the Local Area
Tarleton is a village situated in the Lancashire mosslands north east of Southport, and to the south west of Preston, in North West England. The village is known for farming due to its rich soil quality. The River Douglas runs northwards to the east of the village, as does the Leeds Liverpool Canal. Within the village itself are a fantastic array of boutique independent shops, hairdressers, beauticians, takeaways and gift shops, as well as larger chains such as Co-op and Spar, making this property within a "stones throw" of all local amenities.