Situated on the ever-popular Thingwall Road in Irby, this lovely four bed house is ready for the next family to take over and make it their own. With an open aspect, south facing garden, mature large front garden and just a short stroll from the centre of the village, this home offers ...
Situated on the ever-popular Thingwall Road in Irby, this lovely four bed house is ready for the next family to take over and make it their own.
With an open aspect, south facing garden, mature large front garden and just a short stroll from the centre of the village, this home offers great accommodation for the established or growing family. You also have the opportunity to add to it in the future making for an even more impressive home.
Within easy reach of two excellent primary schools (Dawpool and Irby Primary) as well as being within the catchment for local secondary including grammar schools. Walking distance to Irby village centre with a range of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Irby is a lovely place to live and bring up a family (I should know as I live here too), it retains the village feel and has plenty to offer with a large park with tennis courts, cricket club, walks through the woods yet also being just a 5 minute drive to the beach at Thurstaston; in our opinion, it has it all.
The house briefly comprises a front sitting room, overlooking the large front garden, rear lounge with large sliding double doors to provide access to the rear garden. The extended kitchen provides access to the rear garden.
The first floor houses the four bedrooms, one of which is dual aspect to the front and rear. The large family bathroom has separate shower and bathing areas. There is a detached garage at the rear and open aspect garden overlooking fields and beyond.
Entrance hallway 4.88m (16' 0') x 2.36m (7' 9') A long driveway leads you up to the house and entrance via uPVC double glazed door. The hallway is carpeted and provides access to a handy downstairs storage cupboard for your boots, coats and other outside paraphernalia. You can access all downstairs rooms plus the stairs to the first floor.
Sitting room 4.86m (15' 11') x 3.57m (11' 9') This lovely bright room is carpeted and contains several original features. The double-glazed bay window overlooks the front garden which provides a lovely outlook. Feature fireplace, single radiator panel and central pendant light.
Rear lounge 5.51m (18' 1') x 3.57m (11' 9') Another feature fireplace with tiled hearth and surround. Carpeted and neutrally decorated with large, sliding double doors providing access to the rear garden. Central feature lighting and radiator.
Kitchen 5.28m (17' 4') x 2.88m (9' 5') Dark grey tiled flooring complements a light beech effect range of wall and floor cabinets. Dining area with double glazed window to the side, plus double-glazed window above the stainless-steel sink, overlooking the rear garden. Three feature pendant lights plus uPVC door providing access to the side, rear garden and detached garage. The understairs has been utilised for storage and to house the tumble dryer and microwave.
Master bedroom 4.88m (16' 0') x 3.56m (11' 8') Overlooking the front garden with its bay-fronted uPVC double glazed window, carpeted, single radiator and plenty of space for two large wardrobes.
Bedroom two 5.41m (17' 9') x 2.72m (8' 11') Built over the car port, this bedroom benefits from windows to the front and rear offering views either across to Liverpool Bay or to the Welsh mountains. Carpeted, single pendant light, uPVC double glazing, front and rear.
Bedroom three 4.39m (14' 5') x 3.57m (11' 9') Overlooking the rear gardens and the fields beyond, this bedroom is currently configured as an office, but I know I wouldn't get much work completed with the magnificent views on offer. I would be tempted to use this as the master bedroom with plenty of space for a large wardrobe and additional storage, carpeted, single radiator, pendant light.
Bathroom 4.32m (14' 2') x 2.42m (7' 11') Extended and split into bathing and showering zones, the bathroom is mostly tiled in cream mosaics. The large walk-in shower with a curved shower screen also has an overhead rainfall shower head. Frosted double glazed window to the side. The tiled floor leads through to the bath and basin which in turn overlooks the rear garden. Chrome heated towel radiator plus radiator panel in the shower area.
There is a separate W.C. which can been a boon to a family all striving to access the bathroom simultaneously.
Bedroom four 2.62m (8' 7') x 2.37m (7' 9') Perfect as a home office, single bedroom or occasional guest room this is a good size for the smallest bedroom in the house.
Front Garden Enclosed by a brick wall and with a long driveway, the front garden is in keeping with other properties on this side of Thingwall Road. Parking and access to the rear garage is via the gated car port to the side of the house, providing additional security.
Rear Garden Laid mainly to stone for ease of maintenance, the open aspect rear garden is a real sun trap and features a range on mature bushes for added privacy. There is a detached garage with decking behind to make to most of the sunny aspect.