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Available with the benefit of no onward chain, this lovely three bed semi-detached property could be the perfect addition to a rental portfolio or indeed an ideal choice for those looking for a home into which their little ones can grow, with this quiet residential cul-de-sac being similarly well suited to raising a family, situated just off Bradley Lane, close to the heart of the highly desirable West Lancashire village of Eccleston. The area is synonymous with a quality way of life, particularly for those with a family, given its well-regarded schools, including ease of access to the prestigious Bishop Rawstorne, and its transport links, as well as its proximity to picturesque countryside, whilst there are plenty of amenities on hand, with the modern Carrington Centre nearby, which offers a convenient array of shops. What sets this property apart from its neighbours is the generous extension to the rear, which has added a great deal of flexibility to the accommodation, with the open plan kitchen/diner/family room onto the garden being a particular highlight, providing that highly sought-after layout which is so fashionable in modern day living, with the living spaces now extending to in excess of 1,055 square feet in total. The opportunity exists, however, for further expansion to the side elevation, should this wish to be explored by a new owner and subject to the necessary consents. One enters via the entrance porch and into the reception hallway with its staircase to the first floor, before continuing through into the comfortable 13’ lounge, which is filled with natural light and benefits from a feature fireplace with inset coal-effect, living flame gas fire. Glazed double doors lead through into that superb open plan space, meaning that virtually all of the ground floor can be opened up, if required, which will be ideal when one is hosting those well attended celebratory parties, with guests able to spill out via the French doors onto the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of beech-effect wall and base units with contrasting black laminated work surfaces and provides space for all one’s free-standing appliances, whilst the ground floor is completed by a side hallway and a very useful two piece cloakroom/WC, which is of a great size and has previously contained a shower, which could be reinstated if so desired by a new owner. To the first floor, one will discover the three bedrooms, two of which benefit from built-in wardrobes, as well as the family bathroom which is fitted with a three-piece suite in white, comprising of WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath. Further highlights include uPVC double glazing and a gas central heating system, complete with a modern Vaillant combination boiler. Externally, there are low maintenance gardens to the front and rear, the front being predominantly laid with shingle, with a circular central planted area, whilst the south-facing rear garden is a perfect space in which soak up some sun with a relaxing glass of wine, being attractively laid with Indian stone paving and bordered by planting. The lengthy driveway provides plenty of off-road parking facilities and leads to the detached single garage. Viewing is highly recommended.