The property requires updating throughout but offers vesitile living accommodation
Highly sought after location
Unique and unlike anything else on the market
Well maintained communal gardens
Viewing is highly advised to appreciate this fantastic opportunity
Originally built as the stables to Knolle Park, and was subsequently altered in 1968 to be apart of four mews houses. Built in sandstone with a slate roof, the building is comprised over two floors and viewing comes highly advised to appreciate the uniqueness of this Grade II listed home. Built in c1840, this property has a quirky layout, however, offers a versatile living accommodation which could be altered to any potential buyers needs. We start our journey of this property through the light filled entrance hall, which offers plenty of storage and access to the rear courtyard. Leading off the entrance hall, there are two double bedrooms, with the master having a walk in wardrobe that could be converted to an en-suite. To the first floor which is accessed from the spiral staircase, we arrive at the landing which allows you access to the family bathroom, study and the large open plan living/dining room and kitchen. We are now over the large archway which has a further flight of stairs to the third bedroom with en-suite facilities and further doors leading back to the rear courtyard. Though this property may not be of a traditional set up, this certainly offers a lucky buyer the chance to purchase a property that is unique and nothing like anything else on the market. Viewing is highly advised.
This property is situated in the much sought after Woolton Village. The location offers easy access to local shops, bars and restaurants and there are great transport links to Allerton Road, Liverpool city centre and further a field.
Entrance Hall - (14' 6'' x 9' 1'' (4.430m x 2.756m)) - Front door, laminate flooring, built in storage and cloaks cupboard with mirrored sliding doors, door to outside, radiator, door to the vestibule and a spiral staircase to the first floor.
Bedroom One - (11' 5'' x 12' 5'' (3.488m x 3.793m)) - Window to the rear elevation, built in wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors, fitted wardrobes, radiator and door to the walk in wardrobe.
Walk in Wardrobe - (4' 5'' x 11' 5'' (1.340m x 3.488m)) - Window to the front elevation, base units with drawers, wall units and wall mounted lighting.
Bedroom Two - (7' 8'' x 14' 7'' (2.344m x 4.44m)) - Double glazed window to the front elevation, laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes and radiator.
First Floor Landing - (9' 6'' x 8' 8'' (2.903m x 2.643m)) - Spiral staircase from the entrance hall and windows to the rear elevation.
Study/Bedroom Three - (7' 7'' x 15' 1'' (2.318m x 4.601m)) - Velux window to the front elevation, window to the rear elevation and radiator.
Bathroom - (6' 3'' x 8' 11'' (1.917m x 2.715m)) - A three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle with an electric shower over, wash hand basin with mixer tap over vanity unit, low flush WC, tiled walls and floor, heated towel radiator, storage cupboard and an opaque window to the front elevation.
Living Room - (12' 5'' x 16' 1'' (3.778m x 4.9m)) - Windows to the front and rear elevation, original beams, television point and a radiator.
Dining Room - (11' 9'' x 16' 1'' (3.592m x 4.9m)) - Window to the rear aspect, radiator, dorma window to the rear and access to the kitchen.
Kitchen - A range of wall, drawer and base units with complementary work surfaces over, inset sink, space for a Range cooker, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, space for a free standing fridge/freezer, small pantry cupboard, radiator, loft hatch and windows to the front and rear elevation.
Bedroom Three - (8' 6'' x 11' 8'' (2.6m x 3.547m)) - Window to the rear elevation, meter cupboard, storage cupboard, radiator and door to the en-suite.
En-suite - (6' 5'' x 3' 11'' (1.965m x 1.200m)) - A three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle with an electric shower over, wash hand basin, low flush WC, tiled walls and floor and an opaque window to the front elevation.
Vestibule - (12' 2'' x 16' 1'' (3.7m x 4.9m)) - French doors to the front courtyard and storage cupboard.
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