Cartier Close, Old Hall, Warrington, WA5


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This truly stunning detached family home is nestled in the corner of this quiet cul-de-sac having been impressively extended and refurbished to a high specification - it truly reflects the current vendors exacting attention to detail. We have what can only be described as an impressive remodelled modern home. It offers a contemporary interior which has been stylishly refurbished throughout. With a beautifully presented exterior complemented with a generous entrance drive along with a fabulously private sunny landscaped rear garden with a backdrop of gorgeous trees and large Pergola in which to entertain family and friends. Internally the accommodation flows from the wood panelled hallway into the open plan kitchen with central dining area, the contemporary shaker style Molbalpa kitchen is complimented by Amtico flooring opening via engineered oak bi-fold doors into the cosy lounge with multi-fuel fire and French doors to the rear garden. Beyond the kitchen is the bright garden room with a fixed double glazed roof, bi-fold doors and sliding glass doors which neatly partition the space. The master bedroom overlooks the rear the garden through Plantation shutters with its own mirrored wardrobe area and en-suite with his and hers sinks plus a range of units. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are good sizes whilst the fully tiled shower room with wood effect ceramic flooring is positioned off the hallway which has access to the fully boarded loft with lighting.

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