Located on Addenbrooke Drive within the popular residential area of Hunts Cross, L24, is this well presented three bedroom end terrace property, welcomed to the sales market by appointed agents, Move Residential. Upon entering the property, you are greeted with a smart reception hallway which guides you into a bright and spacious family lounge.
Enjoying a tasteful décor with quality wood laminate flooring throughout and showcasing a contemporary style feature fireplace and surround, this inviting room is ideal for gathering and relaxing with friends and family. Furthermore, there is a modern fitted kitchen diner.
The kitchen area enjoys a range of stylish wall and base units with complementing work tops, an integrated gas hob and oven and plentiful work surface space. Providing ample room for a dining table and chairs, this fantastic kitchen diner is perfect for family mealtimes and entertaining guests.
From here you are guided into a bright and spacious conservatory which offers an alternative sitting room for the family to enjoy and provides picturesque views to the attractive rear garden. Serving the home is a convenient downstairs WC.
The property continues to impress as you ascend to the first floor, where you will find two generously sized double bedrooms and an additional well proportioned single bedroom, each finished to a good standard and receiving plenty of natural light. Completing the interior of this aspiring home is a contemporary style three piece family bathroom suite.
Externally, to the rear elevation, there is an attractive and easy maintenance paved rear garden, ideal for al fresco dining in the warmer, summer months. Further benefits to the property include double glazing and gas central heating.
Speke is one of Liverpool's success stories. Once one of the most deprived areas in the country, it now boasts the successful and expanding John Lennon international airport, a bustling retail park, home to some of the biggest retail chains in the UK including M&S, B&Q and Next, a Crown Plaza hotel in the beautifully restored Art Deco former airport building and, as ever, the 500 year old, National Trust owned Tudor manor house of Speke Hall.
Features of the area which were once used as examples of its decline, such as the closed Bryant and May match factory, are now pointed out as symbols of its regeneration due to the award winning Urban Splash redevelopment of this landmark building. Located close to the City boundary with Knowsley, Speke offers an alternative shopping and living experience while still enabling access to the City centre in a short time.
Housing is largely traditional terraced property with smaller detached and semi detached homes within the newer estates and give buyers a 'value for money' option in a rapidly improving location.