Smart Move are delighted to preset For Sale this three bedroom traditional semi detached home, situated in a popular and much sought after residential location. The rear garden is exceptionally long and offers open views beyond the end boundary, whilst the property itself has been completely refurbished to a high standard, making it ready to move into.
The internal layout of the property in brief includes: Entrance hallway with stairs up to the first floor, living room with character feature fireplace, open plan kitchen / dining room which has an excellent range newly fitted shaker style kitchen units and integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and Kardean style flooring. A utility area leads through to contemporary newly fitted three piece bathroom and French doors from kitchen area open into the conservatory, which in turn leads out to the rear garden. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a two piece fitted WC In front of the property there is a large driveway area, providing off road parking for a number of vehicles. The extremely long rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with open views beyond the end boundary, and is not directly overlooked, thus providing a high degree of privacy. Only a internal viewing will allow one to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Longton is a village and civil parish in the west of the borough of South Ribble, Lancashire. It is about 5 miles to the south west of Preston with excellent commuter links. The parish also includes the adjoining village of New Longton. Within Longton village itself is an excellent range of boutique independent local shops as well as larger chain stores, such as Booths supermarket. Local schools are within a short distance of this property and are all well regarded locally. Nearby also is Longton Brickcroft, which has been transformed into a nature reserve and public open space. It was declared a Local Nature Reserve by South Ribble Borough Council in 1998. The Brickcroft is of particular interest to birdwatchers and botanists with seating and footpaths making it accessible for most visitors. A purpose built visitor centre contains informative displays on the site's history, local wildlife and the environment.