This impressive period detached dwelling was constructed in the early 1920's offers elevations consisting of a combination of pressed red brick with a spa dash covering over, relieved bay windows and twin apexes to both the front and rear elevations. The property offers versatile living accommodation, large sleeping quarters and enjoys natural light from all angles making this an ideal family home. A full schedule of the accommodation is set out within this sales brochure in addition to a detailed photographic inventory. One of the key features is the charming Atrium reception hall which serves all of the ground floor accommodation. Five double bedrooms and a serving bathroom and WC complete the first floor accommodation. Detailed joinery work is displayed throughout the property including deep skirting boards and wide architraves and many rooms have coved and panelled ceiling with decorative mouldings. The current owner commissioned many of the windows to be retro fitted with handmade high quality windows encapsulating some of the original leaded light and stained glass. The gardens that surround the property are simply magnificent, mature, established and an excellent size. The front of the property enjoys a walled curtilage with eight domed holly trees set around the perimeter in addition to a wide variety of established mature trees and shrubs. The rear garden is extensive and unique for the area. To the side of the property there is a large garage with out-buildings which may be suitable for re-development subject to obtaining planning consent. The property will be available with vacant possession upon completion and viewings are strictly by appointment with the selling agent.
Located within this beautiful residential suburb the property is unique for the area and will provided any prospective purchaser with an enviable lifestyle. Tree lined roads including Garth Drive and Tanat Drive provide a picturesque outlook. Furthermore, the property is situated on the fringe of the stunning 94 acre Calderstones Park boasting woodland, an ornamental lake, beautiful Japanese and English gardens along with many other attractions for local residents to enjoy. The area is also renowned for excellent schooling covering all age ranges. This is a key attraction for families. Allerton Road offers a comprehensive range of amenities including public transport services, shopping facilities, restaurants and wine bars.
The property was constructed during the early 1920's we believe by J.W. Jones a renowned master builder. Constructed on an open site following the Great War, the property was commissioned and built by J.W. Jones for the established Blacklers Family. They occupied the property until approximately 1939. During the Second World War the property was occupied by Colonel Hornby a distinguished gentleman. Following this it became the German Consulate after World War II ended.
Council Tax Band: G