D'urton Lane, Preston, Lancashire, PR3

£490,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Housesimple is pleased to present this simply stunning detached family residence in Preston. It is full of character and set in the prestigious and highly sought after D'Urton Lane in Broughton. This idyllic, cul-de-sac, location is surrounded by beautiful countryside yet in reach of Fulwood's local amenities, including Booths supermarket and the Royal Preston Hospital. It has direct access to the Guild Wheel and borders the North Preston Business Park. It is in the catchment area for fantastic local primary and secondary schools. The M6/M55 are within a short drive providing links to both north and south. The Lake District, Lytham and Manchester are within easy reach.

Internally, it boasts a light, spacious and welcoming hallway with a feature staircase. Opening to the left is a large lounge warmed by a multifuel stove. French doors, to the rear, give a spectacular view over the well-established and beautifully maintained garden and lawn. On the ground floor there is also a second lounge/sitting room to the right overlooking the impressive, mature front garden, a dining room, a spacious kitchen and a downstairs wc and cloakroom.

Leading from the first floor landing, there are three, well-proportioned double bedrooms that are flooded with natural light. There is also a generous single room. Completing this floor, there is a luxury, large size, family bathroom suite with a roll top bath.

Externally, the property is set on an attractive, ample plot with a driveway for several cars. The large, landscaped gardens to the front and back are really delightful and are surrounded by mature trees. There is a patio to the rear which takes in the evening sun and is ideal for summer barbecues. The genuine double garage, with superb storage space, can be accessed from the front and back, and incorporates both hot and cold plumbing for utilities.

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