Lynwood, on Whirlowdale Road, is described in the listing as a “stunning stone front detached dwelling which has been fully renovated to an extremely high specification and a credit to the current vendors”.
The detached property is currently a three-bedroom home, with the opportunity to repurpose a dressing room into a fourth bedroom.
On the ground floor is an open-plan living and dining area which looks onto the rear garden. A second lounge area is at the front of the home, adjoined by the dining room, plus a toilet. Underfloor heating runs throughout the majority of the ground floor.
On the first floor are two of the three bedrooms, as well as the dressing room which could be converted.
There is a master suite which has an ensuite bathroom and dressing room that overlooks the garden. A second bedroom is to the front of the home, and a family bathroom boasts a freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, plus a toilet and sink.
Upstairs on the second floor, the third bedroom overlooks the rear garden.
The garden has been landscaped for low maintenance while still providing a gorgeous setting.
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