• 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 3 Receptions

Located on a small, exclusive development in Much Hoole this very spacious detached property benefits from a corner plot, four double bedrooms and home office.

To the front, the driveway leads past the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with bee and butterfly friendly planting, to both the detached garage with power and light, and the main entrance. Step into the vestibule and from there into the hallway.  To one side is the home office, just perfect for those needing to work from home these days, and to the other is the very spacious lounge with archway opening to the dining room overlooking the rear garden.

The breakfast kitchen has a range of wall and base units with double electric oven and grill, gas hob with extractor over and space, power and plumbing for other appliances and plenty of room for dining furniture.  Patio doors open to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn and benefits from the sun at different times of the day and, being a corner plot, also wraps round the side of the property.  A courtesy door gives access to the garage.

Back inside, stairs with return lead to a spacious first floor landing with access to the insulated loft and airing cupboard housing the Ideal combi boiler.  Bedroom one is a wonderful sized master bedroom with en suite comprising wash hand basin, wc and mixer shower in cubicle.

There are three further double bedrooms with bedroom two having views over the Tarleton and Hesketh Bank and the family bathroom comprises wash hand basin in vanity unit, low level wc with concealed cistern and bath with shower attachment.

Double glazed with gas central heating, close to primary transport routes and village amenities, and having had only one careful owner from new this is an excellent family home.  Do give us a call to arrange a viewing and make it yours.  Council tax E, EPC C, Freehold with service charge of £40 pcm.

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Energy Performance Certificates

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.

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