Located on Derby Lane in the popular L13 area of Old Swan, is this three bedroom mid terrace property, welcomed to the sales market courtesy of appointed agents, Move Residential.
Bursting with potential, the property is in need of a scheme of modernisation throughout and would prove to be an ideal purchase for a buy to let investor or someone looking to take on a property project. In brief, the property comprises; a welcoming entrance hallway, a bay fronted reception room, a secondary reception room, a morning room and a substantial kitchen.
To the first floor, you will find two double bedrooms, a second kitchen (previously was bedroom three), and a three piece family bathroom suite. Externally, there is an enclosed courtyard to the rear elevation.
Retaining a busy high street with a lively mix of local and chain stores, as well as a large Tesco and new Aldi supermarket, Old Swan has a strong sense of community and a range of amenities which make it particularly popular with first time buyers and families. Investors also look for buy to let properties in the area.
Housing is mainly traditional terraced property in roads off the main Prescot Road, however, some unique older properties, which utilise the local sandstone, exist off Derby Lane. Green space can be found in Doric Park, tucked away off Acanthus Road, and good leisure facilities including a bowling alley, multiplex cinema and restaurants are nearby at Edge Lane Retail Park.
The historic reading rooms on Prescot Road have recently been refurbished as a library, a Lifestyles Fitness Centre is available on Bankfield Road and Vagabonds Lawn Tennis Club is located on Queens Drive. Schools include 6th form and technology college, Broadgreen International School as well as Holly Lodge Girls College.
There is almost immediate access to the M62 via Edge Lane Drive, and the rest of Liverpool, and the M57, is easily reached via Queens Drive. Bus services both into the City and to surrounding areas are excellent and nearby Broadgreen and Wavertree Technology Park train stations take commuters into and out of the City.