This superior 1930s semi-detached family home is in good decorative order, with spacious well-planned accommodation, and is situated in a popular Penwortham area.
There’s no forward chain, which is great news for those in a position to move quickly.
Close to shops, schools, library, churches and transport facilities, the property offers easy access to main roads, Preston city centre and the motorway network.
A porch and front door leads to the wide entrance hall with cloaks/wc. The lounge features a double-glazed, arched bay overlooking private rear garden, living flame coal-effect gas fire with tiled surround and hearth, plus two built-in storage cupboards and display cabinet. The sitting room has a double-glazed arched bay to the front.
In the kitchen/breakfast area a range of wall/drawer/base units with ample work surfaces, gas hob with tiled inset, double electric oven, space for dishwasher and under-the-counter fridge and freezer. A double-glazed window overlooks the rear garden. A door leads to the back porch/utility room which is plumbed for a washing machine and has a door to the rear garden.
The landing boasts an original, leaded arched window to the front, which looks on to a Juliet balcony. Bedroom one has fitted wardrobes, and the second bedroom, to the rear, has a vanity unit with tiled splashback and hand basin with cupboards underneath.
Double bedroom three is at the front, and bedroom four has a large fitted wardrobe. In the bathroom is a P-shaped bath with shower over and curved shower screen.
The front garden features a lawn, shrubs, trees, drive parking, plus brick garage.
A side gate leads to a large, private, fenced rear garden with lawn with bridge and steps over an ornamental pond leading to a raised sun terrace. Rockery and vegetable plot.
Bank Parade, Penwortham,
No forward chain
1930s semi-detached family home
Two reception rooms
Large modern dining/kitchen
Approx 60ft secluded rear garden
uPVC double glazing
tel: 01772 555551
Offers over £240,000