5 Bedroom Semi-detached House For Sale

North Drive New Brighton CH45.

£325,000

Key features

  • Close to transport links

  • Period fireplace

  • Large UPVC double glazed windows

  • High ceilings

  • 5 Bedrooms

  • Wet Room

  • Family Bathroom

  • Gas Central Heating

  • Stunnings Views to the front & Rear

  • Close To Excellent Schools

Overview

Tenure:
Freehold
Asking Price:
£325,000

This 1914 house is set over 3 floors and is of a generous size, with front and rear gardens and detached garage. It is a 5/10 minute walk to New Brighton seaside area with its mix of bars, shops and restaurants and a short walk to New Brighton train station with services to Liverpool and Chester. 

The front garden is herringbone block paved with raised borders containing a mix of mature shrubs and border planting. This leads to a substantial solid oak front door with leaded lights and side light and mortice lock. 

Step inside to the enclosed porch with light and a 6 pane double glazed window to the side, a solid oak window ledge and a tiled floor. 

The inner front door is double glazed and has full height glass allowing light to stream into the expansive hallway. 

Reception Hall: 13' 10'' (4.22m) x 4' 9" (1.45m) widening to 9' 1" (2.77m) and 15' (4.57m)x 3' 2" (0.97m). This is a show stopper in both size and shape, and has a wonderfully welcoming feel. It has a picture rail and beautiful original leaded light window, feature coving, ceiling rose and wooden mantelpiece. Original stripped wood doors to breakfast kitchen, front dining room, rear living room and downstairs cloaks. Understairs storage with electric meter. 

Breakfast Kitchen: 20' 4" (6.2m) x 8' 5" (2.57m). Large double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Double glazed door with half obscure glazing to side access. Large obscure double glazed window and transom to side access. The breakfast kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets and an integrated dishwasher all in high gloss white with dark grey high gloss worktops over and co-ordinating glass wall tiles. Currently fitted with an electric double oven and 4 ring ceramic hob with 4 halogen light stainless steel extractor fan above and glass splash back.  1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with stainless steel mixer tap. Space for large fridge freezer and tumble dryer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. The breakfast kitchen has space for a breakfast table and 4 chairs. Laminate flooring. 3 pendant lights. Double radiator. A lovely light room. 

2nd Reception (front): 14' 10" (4.52m) into bay x 15' 1" (4.6m) into alcove. Large double glazed bay window to the front of the house. Laminate flooring. Double radiator. Feature fireplace and wooden fire surround with granite hearth. There are alcoves either side of the chimney breast and the room boasts a ceiling rose, and original picture rail and coving. 

Living Room (rear): 20' (6.10m) x 11' 10" (3.61) into alcove. A generous but cosy room. Large, almost full-width, double glazed patio door with steps beyond to rear garden. Full of features such as a gorgeous working open fire with stainless steel arched design, tiled hearth and large wooden mantelpiece over. Period features include feature ceiling, ceiling rose, picture rail and coving. Large double radiator and painted original floorboards. A wonderfully warm room with plenty of entertaining space which will accommodate a number of sofas and chairs. 

Downstairs Cloakroom: Low level close coupled w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin in white. Laminate flooring and radiator. 

Turned staircase to first landing - First landing is 14' (4.27m) x 6" (1.83m) and has 2 delightful original leaded light windows, coving, archway, picture rail, deep skirting, large 4 door built in airing cupboard housing the Glow Worm combi boiler and doors to bedrooms 1, 2 and 3, the shower room and separate W.C. which all have original stripped wood doors. 

Bedroom 1 (front): 15' 2" (4.62m) into bay x 15' 6" (4.72m) into alcove. Large double glazed bay window, feature Victorian style radiator, chimney breast with alcoves to each side, picture rail and useful built in storage cupboard with original stripped wood door. Partial sea view. 

Bedroom 2 (rear): 17' 6" (5.33m) into bay x 11' 10" (3.61m) into alcove. A lovely sunny room with double glazed bay window overlooking the rear garden and comes with views of Saints Peter and Paul Church's copper 'Dome of Home' and the Edwardian Water Tower as well as the Welsh Hills. Built in 4 door wardrobe with external shelving. Picture rail and chimney breast with alcove. 

Bedroom 3 (rear): 12' 3" (3.73m) x 8' 5" (2.57m). Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and views. Radiator. 

Shower room: Marbled wall tiles, porcelain floor tiles with underfloor heating. Walk in shower with thermostatic control and glass shower screen. Timer controlled extractor fan. Large sink unit with mixer tap. 3 double glazed leaded light windows, recessed spotlights and stainless steel towel radiator. 

Separate w.c. with corner wash hand basin. Original leaded light window. 

Turned staircase to 3rd floor. 

Landing 16' 2" (4.93m) x 6' 3" (1.91m) with double glazed window to side elevation and access to loft storage area. 

Bedroom 4 (rear): 15' 11" (4.85m) x 10' 8" (3.25m). Large double glazed picture window with lovely views. Extra large 4 door wardrobe. Chimney breast with painted original cast iron fireplace and alcove. Radiator. This is a sunny and bright room. 

Bedroom 5 (front): 11' 9" (3.58m) x 10' 2" (3.10m). Double glazed picture window with lovely sea view. Storage space into eaves. Radiator. 

Bathroom: With a white corner bath and mixer tap. close coupled w.c., and pedestal wash basin with mixer tap. Tiled floor, white towel radiator and extractor fan. Original stripped wood door. 

Exterior: Side access from kitchen leads to 5 bar solid oak gate giving access to the front and turning the other way, steps down to the rear garden which has recently been landscaped with a central stone feature ideal for a table and chairs, a decked area and low level borders with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs. This sunny rear south-west facing garden also benefits from a pergola. 
Steps down to cellar with useful storage areas. 

Large 30ft x 8ft double length garage. 

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 104 years
  • Council tax band: D (£1509.00 Per Annum)
  • Double Glazing: Part
  • Heating: gas

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