A beautiful Grade 2 listed 4 bedroom period link-detached house in the heart of the lovely Wirral village of Burton.
Enter the house via an oak door into a character hallway leading away to the Farmhouse Kitchen, Sitting Room and Lounge. The beautiful original wooden staircase takes you to the first floor from here.
A spacious and beautiful L-shaped lounge with so much character. There are exposed beams and pillar, a brick chimney breast with multi fuel stove and a lovely internal sandstone wall. The gable end has been insulated to complete this lovely warm lounge.
A lovely morning room that catches the early sun and offers a second relaxing living space in this house. This could also be a separate dining room if you prefer. As throughout the home, there are endless character features including exposed beams and original windows. There is a period sandstone fire-surround with cast iron multi-fuel stove. The room is L-shaped which allows a separated area for a work-station or quiet reading.
Truly this is the heart of this village home. This is a beautiful kitchen comprising custom-built oak units with granite work surfaces and a Belfast sink. The Rangemaster cooker adds to the farmhouse feel while the integrated dishwasher ensures up to date living. Walls are part tiled, the floor is slate and 3 original windows flood light in and illuminate exposed beams. With recessed LED lights, a washing machine unit and a stable door to the rear garden, this kitchen has everything.
A spacious extra bathroom with walls of exposed brick and stone. There is a 3 piece suite in white and an extractor fan as well as a board floor. A super-handy addition to this fantastic home.
What a room! There is a high vaulted ceiling with more of the exposed sandstone and beams you find throughout this house. Lashings of light are provided through two Velux windows and aglazed stable door to the garden. An internal staircase leads up to the quirky 'hayloft' bedroom.
A tranquil place to sit on a Summer's day and look out at the private lawned garden. Beautifully built in hardwood on a stone base.
What a bedroom and what a lot of space! Even a Superking disappears in here. Original timber A-frames are visible in the walls and there's a nicely reconstructed fireplace. There is a beamed ceiling and double glazed window. This room also benefits from a false internal wall in the gable-end which ensures it is always toasty.
A light and roomy double that sits above the kitchen and has more of the beamed ceilings, original windows and character touches you expect in an 18th century house. Enjoys a view over the rear lawn.
Another lovely and good-sized double with a beamed ceiling, double glazing and a garden view. There is integrated storage / wardrobe space here too.
Children and/or guests will love this hayloft bedroom! Separated from the other upstairs rooms, and set in the eaves (which partly restricts celing height). Walls are exposed sandstone and there is a Velux window. This is accessed from the Family Room via its own wooden staircase.
A 3-piece white suite with a super-spacious walk-in shower and a recently enamelled beautiful roll-edged bath. Travertine tiled walls, exposed beams and oak flooring complete this beautiful bathroom. There is a built in airing cupboard, extractor fan and a heated towel rail. Two windows ensure this is a lovely and light room
A handy workspace for your desk and computer, tucked away in the annex to ensure you can work in peace and quiet. Exposed brick walls and a Velux window finish this room.
Double gates at the side of the house access a gravel driveway with a private parking space. There is a lawned garden with patio and mature shrubs and hedges. The garage has double doors and offers a variety of uses.
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