- Within easy walk of Sefton Park, Princes Park and Lark Lane
- Five large bedrooms
- Available with no on-going chain
- Substantial Victorian end-terrace
- Appealable to investors or home buyers
Situated on the borders of the world famous 235 acre Sefton Park and within a short walk of Lark Lane, is this substantial Victorian end-terrace house which has accommodation spanning three floors. The prime residential location held by this dwelling offers fantastic schooling, transport, shopping and restaurants nearby and viewing comes highly advised to appreciate the accommodation on offer.
The large well-maintained accommodation on offer will not disappoint perspective buyers, comprising; spacious entrance hallway, front lounge with fireplace, second reception room/bedroom, open plan kitchen/diner space filled with light and modern base & wall units and a downstairs shower room. On the first floor, viewers will find three large double bedrooms and a family bathroom and the second floor comprises a large fourth bedroom. There is a good sized rear yard with flagstones for ease of maintenance, an outside store and rear access gate.
This property will appeal to the home buyer or investors who would be interested in taking over a property tenanted until July 2019 after which vacant possession is available. The property is fully HMO compliant
Call 0151 733 1879 to arrange your viewing.
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