Property of the Week: this six bedroom home on Pensby Road, Thingwall
Hewitt Adams describes the house as “brimming with character and offering huge kerb-appeal.”
By Mark Gorton
12th Sep 2022 | Property of the Week
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On the market with estate agency Hewitt Adams, also of Pensby Road, this substantial house has no onward chain. Offers of over £600,000 are invited.
It's an Edwardian semi-detached house on a good-sized plot, which also has room for a self-contained detached bungalow, so the whole package could be ideal for a family with an ageing relative who would like to be close by.
Incidentally, on an historical note, the Edwardian era refers to the reign of King Edward VII from 1901-1910, which followed Queen Victoria's long reign and preceded the modern house of Windsor in England. The Edwardian style broadly encompasses the years from 1901 to 1919.
Hewitt Adams describes the house as "brimming with character and offering huge kerb-appeal."
There is a large amount of living space over three floors, and there is scope for further development if the purchasers like the idea of a 'project'.
In a nutshell, this is what you will get for your money.
The main house has an entrance vestibule, reception hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, and downstairs W.C.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate W.C.
On the second floor is a fifth bedroom and attic rooms that could be converted.
The property has been lovingly maintained and includes many original and character features.
The detached bungalow or annex has a kitchen, bathroom, lounge and one double bedroom. This could be a homely independent space for a relative, or could be converted into an excellent home-working unit.
The front driveway provides space for parking several cars. There's a lawn too at the front, and a large rear garden with a sunny aspect.
To find out more and book a viewing, please call Hewitt Adams on 0151 453 7419.