Imagine opening a box to reveal a special gift and you'll have an idea of how this house greets you. Inside this unassuming traditional semi detached house, a cool and stylish world awaits. The honey coloured wooden floorboards throughout the ground floor and pale walls show off the bold primary colours of the woodwork to create a comfortable, inviting home which has a sense of fun and energy. Add to this 3 bedrooms and a bathroom straight out of a boutique hotel and we're sure you'll agree that it's what's inside that matters!
From the moment you step inside it's obvious this is a special house. The owners have created a space that is eclectic in style with bold colours and an overall feeling of fun in the design. Stripped wooden floors flow throughout the ground floor complimenting the various accent colours of the decoration. The hallway with a downstairs wc leads you inevitably to the front lounge with its large window highlighting the cosy wood burning stove set into the chimney breast. Through the arch into a dining room with double french doors leading out to the garden and to the right an open plan kitchen. The attractive grey cabinets are contrasted with the honey coloured wooden work surfaces and sky blue tiling. A Belfast sink with a swan neck mixer tap sits below the side window and a shiny stainless steel gas range cooker has pride of place below a canopy extractor hood. Off the kitchen a utility room is home to a sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine and the central heating boiler.
Upstairs the three bedrooms are comfortable and calm, an oasis in which to relax and unwind. The bathroom is unashamedly modern with underfloor heating and a gleaming white suite set against a backdrop of stunning wall and floor tiles lit by downlights. The generous 'P' shaped bath with its glass screen and overhead shower is complemented by a rectangular wash basin, incorporating under storage, with a waterfall mixer tap and a low level wc. There is also a chrome ladder style radiator and a further storage cupboard.
The rear garden is simple and straightforward with a paved patio adjacent to the house giving way to a rectangular lawn at the end of which is a raised wooden deck area overlooked by a monkey puzzle tree so you can sit and relax in the sun throughout the day. The single garage which sits in the garden is great for storage and can be reached via the driveway which has gates to the side with further off street parking to the front garden.
The property sits in a residential side running parallel to Black Bull Lane, close to its junction with Cadley Causeway, so convenience and accessibility are one of its strengths. There are local convenience stores in walking distance and buses runn along Black Bull Lane into the city centre or up to the hospital. For families this part of Fulwood has an abundance of great schools (both primary and high), whilst for the sporty among you then Fulwood Leisure Centre is an easy walk or a quick jog. What more can we add? If Fulwood is the place you're wanting to live then this is a property you'll need to see.
Tenure - Freehold Council Tax Band - C (£1,640.17 per annum for 2018/2019) EPC Rating - E Baxi combi boiler in utility room (installed December 2014) Double Glazing installed in 2017 Externally re-rendered with gutters and fascias in 2017 Re-wired in 2015
We love the free flowing living accommodation with its bright colours and cool design. In particular the open plan dining room and kitchen are a wonderful space to cook and entertain friends or family. Relaxing, fun and practical, in short a great family home.