Move Residential is delighted to introduce to the sales market this well presented three bedroom end townhouse located on a substantial corner plot on Port Talbot Close in the area of Cressington Heath, L19. Upon entering this attractive home, you are greeted with a smart entrance hall that leads through to a spacious reception room.
This bright and inviting space features quality wood style laminate flooring and receives plenty of natural light via a set of French doors to the rear garden and a Velux skylight, creating a welcoming family living area. Furthermore, there is a contemporary style fitted kitchen dining area featuring a range of wall and base units, a variety of integrated appliances and ample work surface space.
Additionally, there is a dedicated dining area ideal for family meals and as an entertaining setting. Providing the finishing touches to this floor is a downstairs WC.
As you ascend to the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms, each neutrally decorated and finished to a high standard throughout, with one featuring built in wardrobe space and the other a charming French balcony. Concluding the first floor is a three piece family bathroom suite with fully tiled walls in complementary ceramics.
At the pinnacle of the property, there is an enviable master bedroom boasting ample living space, bespoke fitted wardrobes and French doors to a private balcony. Furthermore, the room receives plenty of light via Velux skylights and also benefits from an en suite shower room.
Externally, there is an enclosed rear laid to lawn garden with a flagged patio area, and a landscaped frontage with plant shrubs and borders.
Cressington Heath is in close proximity to the expanding 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. Features of the 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.
Cressington Heath offers an alternative shopping and living experience while still enabling access to the City centre in a short time. Housing is largely traditional terraced property with smaller detached and semi detached homes within the newer estates and give buyers a 'value for money' option in a rapidly improving location.