Move Residential are delighted to offer this stunning three bedroom semi detached property on Kings Lynn Drive in the highly regarded area of Cressington, L19. This desirable property greets you with a well maintained driveway and lawned garden that brings you to the front of the house and benefits from gated access to the rear.
Upon entering the property on the left you have a welcoming entrance hall that gives access to a contemporary fitted kitchen with plenty of over and under counter storage that is finished to a very high standard. Furthermore, you have the luxury of a breakfast bar, integrated appliances and under unit lighting.
On the right you have a downstairs W.C/ cloakroom, Ahead is the open plan lounge/dining area with good sized windows, neutral decor. This modern family living space has a feature fireplace and gives access to a garden in the rear through patio doors.
To the first floor you will find two generously sized double bedrooms that benefit from refreshing décor. Integrated wardrobes to the 2nd bedroom, also on the first floor is the three piece family bathroom with a P shaped bath with overhead integral shower, spotlights and floor to ceiling tiles.
The master bedroom can be found on the second floor and benefits from integrated wardrobes and en suite shower room. Externally, this property also benefits from a purpose built garden office, an attached garage with lighting and power as well as a lawned garden and patio the whole family can enjoy.
This property has the rare benefit of Fibre Broadband to the Premises being available which provides superfast speeds and negates the need to have a telephone landline unless you want one
Cressington is in close proximity to the 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. The property is in close proximity to a major highlight of the neighbourhood - the prestigious Grassendale and Cressington Parks.
Grassendale and Cressington Parks, begun in 1845 and 1846, respectively, and were the second and third of Aigburth's walled riverside housing developments, remaining an exclusive area with plenty of old world charm along its leafy roads. The Esplanade, which they share, has a fine location with glorious views over the River Mersey and showcases the elegant late Georgian and early Victorian villas.
Additionally, features of the Grassendale 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, Cressington offers an alternative shopping and living experience while still enabling access to the City centre in a short time.