Located on Eardisley Road in the desirable suburb of Mossley Hill, L18, is this substantial three bedroom mid terrace property, brought to the market courtesy of appointed agents, Move Residential. In brief, the property comprises; an entrance hallway, a bay fronted family lounge, an open plan kitchen diner to the rear elevation, two generously sized double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a three piece family bathroom suite.
Externally, to the rear of the property there is an enclosed courtyard with an outhouse. Further benefits to the property include double glazing & gas central heating throughout.
This is an extremely popular area of Liverpool appealing to everyone from young professionals and families to retirees. There are a wide variety of housing types available, including a range of Victorian terraced properties (some substantial) and mainly traditional semi detached and detached houses of all sizes, as well as some apartments.
Open green space includes the 94 acre Calderstones Park with a children's playground, ornamental gardens, a lake and a cafe, with Sefton and Greenbank Parks both close by in L17. Allerton Road is a thriving local high street which has retained a traditional butchers, fishmongers and green grocers and, together with Rose Lane, offers some of the best bars and restaurants outside of the City Centre.
A large Tesco store is located off Mather Avenue, with several Tesco Express in the immediate vicinity. There is a popular local library on Allerton Road and sports facilities include Palmerston Hard Court Tennis Club, Allerton Golf Course and LA Fitness Centre.
Schools include some of those considered Liverpool's best, the largest secondary school being Calderstones School. Transport links into and out of the City are excellent, with both Mossley Hill and West Allerton train stations providing regular services and main bus routes running through the area.
Queens Drive connects the area to the rest of the City and both John Lennon Airport and the M62 can be reached by car in less than 15 minutes.