Fairways, Prenton, CH42
5 Bed House - Detached For Sale
Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 5 | Bathrooms: 3
Guide price £765,000
Given how much agents harp on about 'Location' we thought it right we began our introduction with just that, being for the majority, quite rightly, the most important aspect of buying a house. So; first point: it's a golf trolly easy stroll to the Club house and to the first tee and the Fairways evolved into a rather exclusive development of just a handful of substantial detached homes set somewhat smartly and inconspicuously between a greenbelt field (now sown with an abundance of young saplings by the local Friends of Prenton Ridge Conservation) and Prenton golf course. You should also know that Golf Links Road is a non through Road; the road itself made up similarly sizable detached homes.
- With 4 Reception rooms
- And 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Cloakroom & utility
- Double garage
- Cul de sac of 8 houses
So, with both Golf Links and Fairways both with no through access, you can begin to sense the likelihood of a more relaxed and calmer way of life than maybe you are accustomed too? And yet of course the benefit of this neatly ' tucked away' location is also its proximity to all the usual facilities you're used to; schools, public transport, easy access for work in the city, or the motorway; just Sat Nav or google CH42 8JZ for that confirmation.
As peacefully quiet as can be then,( the outdoor rear open aspect view photos hints of this); Fairways is a rare-to-find 'modern' development of homes set within sensibly proportioned garden plots; that's to say with more than ample elbow room between neighbours. You can see how No.6 is nicely set back from the cul de sac with a drive leading up and passed the house to the garage. In fact quite a traditional looking setting.
And so to our property itself, one of just eight, is presented across approximately 2,500 square feet of enjoyably easy flowing, easy to live in, family space; a pleasure our clients have appreciated since they first moved in, as brand new, around about seventeen years ago.
In simple terms then, the ground floor accommodation flows on out to all rooms, bar the dining room. From the most welcoming of suitably proportioned square shaped halls (note the solid wood flooring that sweeps through here and into the living room and dining room; together with cloakroom facilities).
There are three reception rooms, four if you count the 'day room' area created by the open plan conservatory; open plan, that is, to the kitchen come breakfast room. The living room is what's called a 'through' room, with windows front and rear, the latter in the form of double opening doors to the garden. An additional feature is the inglenook fireplace, typically with its own two side windows.
The 'flow' of the house is accentuated by the double opening doors to this room from the hall and, in turn, from here to the dining room; itself a fine reception room not least for its generous size and garden view. This design together with the space provided in what has been the main family 'hub' of the house, the open plan kitchen and living area, is clearly conducive to entertaining too...Then again, there's always the option of stepping into the smaller reception room for some R&R.
Nicely balanced with what is a fairly grand entrance hall and galleried landing, the first floor matches in terms of generous sized rooms (even with such a large landing space). Indeed no rooms have been compromised in floor area to compensate landing or any other bedroom. (That, we believe, is confirmed by our floor plan below).
There are four double bedrooms and a fifth, large single sized room, currently commandeered as 'study'. To service these rooms are a four piece en suite to the 'master' bedroom; an en suite shower room to the second double bedroom and, of course, a family bathroom.
You'll have seen the first floor window aspect views and ground floor rear garden views on our slide show of photographs proving how very private the gardens are. The orientation of the house provides sun to the front of the house a.m. With summer sun covering the rear from midday. Note the strategically positioned decked patio area behind the double garage, set so to enjoy the last of the late afternoon sun. Of course there's plenty of other patio space and established garden, centre ground.