Offers in the Region Of £345,000
A spacious 3 bedroom semi-detached period house in gorgeous semi-rural village.
This Victorian semi-detached house tucked away on a quiet residential street right in the heart of one of Lancashire's prettiest and most sought after villages, was extended and extensively renovated by the current owners in 2010/11 to create a delightful three bedroom family home.
The property was stripped back, the original outbuilding were rebuilt to create a utility and ground floor WC and a double storey extension added to the side to increase the internal living space considerably. Modern interiors with feature high ceilings span around 1,287 sq ft. with a hallway leading to a formal lounge with feature focal fireplace and inset wood burner. The rear of the property has been opened up into the extension to create a light-filled kitchen diner designed for entertaining with an extensive range of sleek kitchen cupboards incorporating elegant worktops, breakfast bar and a full range of built in appliances including two cookers, 2 plate warmers, a microwave oven, dishwasher and coffee machine. The dining room is large enough to double up as a 2nd lounge with French doors that open right out into the rear garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms all large enough to fit a double bed plus a spacious family bathroom which is fully tiled and fitted with four piece suite comprising a large bath and separate shower cubicle.
Outside there are good sized gardens which are not overlooked together with a handsome cobbled driveway to front and side providing ample off road parking. Other highlights include gas central heating and double glazing.
Houses like this are very rare in Bretherton so we urge buyers to act swiftly to avoid missing out. It is freehold and may benefit from no upward chain.
Bretherton, with a population of just below 1,000, is a small village adjacent to the village of Croston, situated to the south of Leyland. It is regarded as one of the prettiest villages in Lancashire and features some of the areas finest homes.
The river Yarrow borders the village. Its name suggests pre-conquest origins and its early history is closely involved with the manor house Bank Hall and the families who lived there.
Bretherton has a local cricket club, a great community pub and a recreation ground with children’s play park, tennis court and football pitches.
Bretherton has one primary school with an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating.
The nearest railway station is located in the neighbouring village of Croston.
We are advised that the plot is freehold. Council Tax band is C.
|Council||Band A||Band B||Band C||Band D||Band E||Band F||Band G||Band H|
|South Ribble Borough Council||£1,014.34||£1,183.41||£1,352.47||£1,521.52||£1,859.63||£2,197.76||£2,535.86||£3,043.04||Website|
|Chorley Borough Council||£1,003.58||£1,170.85||£1,338.11||£1,505.37||£1,839.89||£2,174.43||£2,508.95||£3,010.74||Website|
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