4 bedroom properties
Gayton Road, Heswall, Merseyside
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An elegant collection of seven luxurious individually designed four bedroom detached homes. Blending tradition with sophistication, styled with meticulous attention to detail these homes exude luxury with a superior specification throughout.
Individually Crafted...... Offering sumptuous living space of approximately 2650 sq ft all with a flawless finish. Plot 5 comprises a hallway, lounge, open plan family room, dining room and kitchen. The ground floor also boasts a study, utility room and cloakroom along with two store rooms. The ground floor also boasts a study, utility room and cloakroom. To the first floor you have a feature landing, four double bedrooms, two boasting en suite facilities and a family bathroom. Further benefiting from off road parking, double garage and beautiful landscaped gardens.
A Prime Setting...... An enviable location nestled in the prestigious area of Lower Heswall. With excellent local amenities, thriving community spirit and easy access throughout Wirral, Chester and Liverpool. Heswall is a town with its own unique charm, bustling with local boutique shops, cafes and beauty salons. Boasting a wealth of schools for all ages including St Peter's CofE Primary School, Heswall and Gayton Primary Schools. There are superb recreational facilities close by including Heswall Football Club and Squash Club. An established network of roads including the M53 and M56 motorways afford commuting links to major centres of employment in the North West.
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