4 Bedroom Terraced House (Now Let)

Heathfield Road, Allerton Penny Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside

Letting Information
Letting Type
Long term
Key Features
  • charming character property
  • spacious accomodation
  • great location
Full Description

This is a delightful four bedroom Edwardian terraced house which is located on Heathfield Road just off Allerton Road and the famous Penny Lane. Full of Edwardian original features.

The front door opens into a generous light and bright hallway with good storage.

The large front reception room is off the hallway with bay window and beautiful fireplace.

Also accessed from the hall, the open plan dining room and kitchen has a large tiled range cooker. The kitchen offers a gas cooker, belfast sink and original quarry tiled flooring. There is a seperate utility area housing a washing machine and fridge freezer with plenty of extra storage, this leads through to a downstairs w.c and sink.

The drawing room completes the open plan layout to the rear and has full length french doors leading to a yard planted with mature shrubs and perrenial plants.

Upstairs the bathroom has stripped floorboards and stunning double ended roll top bath. (There is also a second toilet downstairs.)

All the bedrooms can accomodate a double bed, the master having stripped floorboards and large stained glass bay window, the others have excellent quality fitted cream carpets.

All room doors are stripped pine. Stained glass front door, stripped floorboards in the hall leading up the original staircase featuring a fitted stair runner, matching fitted carpet on the landing.

The house has a gas combi central heating.

Highly sought after schools within walking distance.

Ideal for the sociable Penny Lane/ Allerton Road area. which offers many popular wine bars, restaurants, cafes, banks and shops. Walking distance to Lark Lane.

Good transport links into the city centre.

Walking distance to two beautiful Parks, Calderstones Park, and Sefton Park, Europes largest Victorian Park, which recently benefited from a 7 million pound enhancement scheme.