1930's Detached Bungalow
Holmcroft is quite simply a hidden gem! Set back off the road in a semi-rural location within in the district of Longton is this detached, 1930’s, Accrington brick, impressive bungalow. It is only when you set your eyes on the SOUTH FACING rear of the property that the story starts to unfold. This loved family home is sat in approximately 0.6 of an acre and boasts unrivalled space to the rear. Internally there are three good sized bedrooms, an impressive sized dining room that offers the flexibility for a fourth bedroom, a lounge that is also of a great size that opens out into the conservatory that in turn steps down to the patio and side lawn. A family bathroom and if you like cooking, well this home has a kitchen to die for! A bespoke built kitchen with Neff appliances, two middle ovens, an integral microwave plus an integral steamer. There is even a clever breakfast bar that slides away out of sight. High ceilings and full of character with possibility of further bedrooms by converting the loft, this home just keeps giving. Externally lawned gardens to the front and side that wrap around Holmcroft, a driveway for several cars that leads to a larger than average detached garage. There is vehicle access to the rear if you have a caravan or a horsebox. There are two fantastic storage sheds, a young orchard with fruit trees that is laid to bark. At the weekends, in the evenings escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy a drink in the newly built wooden bar, with double doors looking out over the orchard, or sit and relax in the hot tub whilst looking out over the extensive lawned area. In the colder evenings make use of the installed log burner. A fantastic family home that is hidden away from us all.
NB PLEASE NOTE The Hot tub is available by separate negotiation
A fabulous location sat within a semi-rural location with all your desired amenities on your doorstep. From this location you have many routes to choose to your destination, you will never be held up! If OUTDOOR SPACE is on your wish list, you get that here with abundance fantastic cycle routes, rambling, plus in proximity is the ever-popular Longton Nature Reserve. For the family there is a choice of SCHOOLS with outstanding OFSTED ratings. Walmer Bridge and Longton Village nearby can be found an array of shops, cafes, a Post office, Chemist, doctor surgeries and your choice where to have your hair styled there! Booth’s supermarket is your nearest however with a short drive you can find a Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsburys plus an Aldi. Close by there can also be found, restaurants and public houses. Preston city centre is only approximate 6 miles away whilst Southport in the opposite direction is approximately 14 miles.