A rare opportunity has arisen within the sales market to purchase this individually designed art deco style four bedroom detached residence, perfectly located on Barchester Drive in the affluent suburb of Aigburth, L17. This property gem was designed by local architect, Ken Worral, who has participated in the design of some of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings – including the refurbishment of Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.
Set behind two secure electric gates providing in and out access to an expansive driveway.
Plenty of off road parking is available with the drive offering space for up to six vehicles. The railings and gates
you are greeted into the property to a grand entrance reception that immediately sets the precedent for the remaining accommodation.
This fabulous entrance showcases a fabulous sweeping staircase and striking original Parquet flooring. From the hallway, you are guided into two delightful reception rooms which are perfect for gathering and relaxing with friends and family.
The family lounge displays a newly installed gas fire which is set within a fabulous handmade marble fireplace – individually chosen by the owners.
Continuing to impress, there is a bespoke ‘Noname’ fitted kitchen which is complete with a comprehensive range of veneer wall and base units, a variety of integrated appliances and plentiful work surface space. Completing the ground floor is a convenient downstairs WC and utility room which offers additional storage space.
The tour of the home continues to impress as you ascend to the first floor, where you will find four well presented and proportioned double bedrooms, an en suite shower room to the master bedroom and a large four piece family bathroom suite- both with traditional Minton tiles on the walls.
Externally, to the rear of the property, there is a beautifully landscaped large laid to lawn garden which enjoys a sunny aspect and is framed by a range of established greenery and colourful flowerbed borders.
With a paved patio area - the garden provides the ultimate outdoor recreational space for the household to enjoy. There is also gated access from the rear garden to a large plot of land that offers substantial storage space as well a large garage.
The property also benefits from underfloor heating throughout and solar roof panels which are currently owned outright by the owners.
The current agreement with British Gas is transferable to the prospective new owner and provides an annual income to fund gas, electric and water.
Further benefits/features to include:
• 8 Year old boiler which is serviced regularly. Underfloor heating pipes flushed in 2022.
• Full electric certificate / Newly installed lighting in 2022.
• New fence panels to all boundaries in 2020.
• Handmade windows & doors by ‘Crittal Windows’
• Repairs to main roof & shed in 2020.
Aigburth is a genuinely varied area of Liverpool with plenty of local character, popular with students, investors, professionals and families. Property largely consists of traditional terraced housing (of all sizes) but with some large Victorian Villas around Sefton Park and apartments (both purpose built and converted) appealing to both the buying and rental market.
At the heart of the area is Sefton Park, Grade II listed and covering a massive 235 acres it has something for everyone including the spectacular Victorian Palm House. Further open space can be found nearby at the Green Flag rated Greenbank Park.
Connecting Aigburth Road to Sefton Park, Lark Lane attracts students, young professionals and families alike to its bohemian mix of shops, restaurants, bars, regular Farmer's Market and unique atmosphere. Further shopping is also available on Aigburth Road and there is no shortage of sport and leisure facilities, including Greenbank Sports Academy, Sefton Park and Liverpool Cricket Clubs, the Mersey Bowman Lawn Tennis Club and several Yoga and Martial Arts centres.
Schools in the area are well regarded, including private schools, The Belvedere Academy and Auckland College and St Margaret’s and St Hilda’s C of E High Schools. Travel connections include Aigburth and St Michael's train stations, main bus routes along Aigburth Road and easy routes to John Lennon Airport and the M62.