Move Residential is delighted to offer for sale this fantastic four bedroom semi detached family home, located on Hartington Road in Toxteth, L8. The property is available for sale on a 50% shared ownership basis.
There is also an option to buy the property 100% ownership.
Boasting an attractive frontage, you are greeted into the home to a welcoming entrance hallway which guides you into a bay fronted family lounge, a secondary sitting room ideal for family mealtimes, a modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and a convenient downstairs WC.
As you ascend to the first floor, you will find four generously sized and very well presented double bedrooms and a contemporary style three piece family bathroom suite. Externally, to the rear of the property, there is a large laid to lawn rear garden which enjoys a sunny aspect throughout the course of the day.
There is also a paved patio area, ideal for alfresco dining.
Further benefits to the property includes double glazing and gas central heating throughout.
At the heart of this area is Sefton Park which is Grade II listed and covers a massive 235 acres and 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 Margarets and St Hildas 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