This extended semi-detached home on Hoole Lane is a great family property. A Particular feature is the back of the property where a conservatory has been added to open up what was the kitchen and dining room into a large usable family space that incorporates the kitchen, dining and family room.
Outside to the front. You approach the property, which is on the popular Hoole Lane, on a larger than average drive and parking area. This space can accommodate several cars with ease, which is perfect for a growing family.
From the front door, you find yourself in the entrance hall, which has doors leading to the lounge, to the kitchen/dining/family room and stairs leading to the 1st floor.
The lounge. The lounge is a cosy room with a window overlooking the front of the property, real wooden floors, and a real open fire on the wall dividing the lounge from the rear of the property. There is also a door from the lounge through to the dining/family room.
The kitchen/dining/family room. Is the hub of the home. The entire rear wall of the property has been removed and a conservatory has been added which has created a lovely, bright and open space. There is currently a wall separating the kitchen area from the family room but at some point, it might be possible to have this removed to create a massive open plan family space. Even with this wall in place, this area has loads of options as a great family and entertaining area.
The kitchen area has a range of cream walls, base cupboards and solid wooden worktops with the centrepiece being a large range cooker with gas hobs and electric oven. There’s plumbing for both dishwasher and washing machine, the current owners have a fridge freezer under the worktops on one side of the kitchen, there’s also an interesting L-shaped sink. In the kitchen, there’s also a door leading to a downstairs WC and fourth bedroom, there’s more on this room later.
Extending from the kitchen area is the conservatory. This is a great space which the current owners use as their dining room. Because this room is essentially part of the house rather than a stand-alone conservatory, it’s much more usable especially in cold weather when typically, conservatories can’t be used.
The third part of the kitchen/dining/family room is the family room. This would’ve been the original dining room of the house and is accessed by the lounge or directly from the conservatory. Essentially, this whole area is a U-shaped space and the family room runs parallel to the kitchen, which is joined by the conservatory.
Fourth bedroom. A door from the centre of the kitchen takes you through to the fourth bedroom. This bedroom is an extension built on the side of the property and houses a really nice double bedroom that has French doors opening out onto the decking and the rear garden. There is also a WC in this bedroom which can act as a mini en-suite for whoever uses this bedroom. We think this room would make a great teenagers bedroom.
First floor. On the upper floor there are 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of these are good sized doubles and the third is a single, but still a good size. The stairs, landing and all three bedrooms are carpeted. There is built-in storage in both of the double bedrooms.
The last room on the first floor is the bathroom, which has a 3 piece suite consisting of a white panelled bath, a low level WC and a hand basin. The bath has a shower over with a concertina shower screen. The walls are part tiled and the floor is tiled.
Outside to the rear. The sunny rear garden is mostly laid to lawn, with a decking area running the length of the property and then down to one of the three wooden garden buildings. A summer house, a playhouse and a garden shed which will be included with the property.
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- Published: 2018-06-07 14:46:58
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