A three bedroom end terrace house property on Upper Baker Street in the popular area of Kensington, L6 has arrived at the sales market through appointed Move Residential. To the ground floor there is a spacious family lounge with smart laminate flooring.
There is a set of pretty French patio doors leading to the rear of the property. Furthermore there is a fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units, plentiful work surfaces and plumbing for appliances.
Furthermore there is a convenient downstairs WC. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a bright single bedroom and a four piece family bathroom.
Externally the front and rear of the property are paved. Further benefits are double glazing and gas central heating throughout.
Kensington is always popular with investors who see the potential in the area's on going regeneration and identify that its proximity to the City, both Universities and the Royal Liverpool Hospital make it ideal for the rental market. First time buyers can also benefit from the more affordable nature of the property here and enjoy having the City Centre so close to hand.
Property is primarily traditional Victorian terraced housing but with some notable Georgian properties and impressive Villas closer to town and around Fairfield. Prices, even for the larger properties, compare very favourably with the rest of the City, making for good prospects for a sound rental return and giving first time buyers more house for their money.
Full of contrasts and surprises, the area includes the Grade II listed, 121 acre Newsham Park which is surrounded by fine architecture - largely on Prospect Vale and Fairfield Crescent - and is a designated conservation area. Shops are many and varied along Kensington and West Derby Road, with larger, national chain stores located on Prescot Road and at Edge Lane Retail Park, which also has restaurants and a multiplex cinema.
Frequent train services to Manchester and into Liverpool run from Edge Hill Station, buses are regular and Edge Lane/Drive takes drivers straight on to the start of the M62.