Bear Cottage sits on the Woolton/Gateacre Village border and is one of the most unique dwellings in Merseyside as well as one of the oldest residential homes in the area dating back to 1750.
Set in a quarter acre of land and Grade II Listed, this property is set in the prestigious conservation area of one of the most desirable postcodes in Liverpool.
Formally a row of Farm Cottages, this extraordinary, hidden property has been featured in international publications such as HELLO! Magazine.
The property benefits from partial double glazing, gas central heating with a new boiler as well as underfloor heating in 5 rooms.
Porch 2.3m x 1.5m (7'7" x 4'9")
Downstairs Office/Bedroom 4.7m x 3.8m (15'4" x 12'6") Currently being used as an office but is perfectly suitable to be used as a fourth or guest bedroom. Situated at the front of the property, this generously sized room offers additional storage and a decorative fire surround and is warmed with underfloor heating and radiator.
Living Room 4.5m x 3.8m (14'9" x 12'6") With exposed beams, brickwork and feature fireplace (real flame), this welcoming lounge is flooded with natural light and provides a calming living area warmed again by underfloor heating and radiator.
Kitchen 3.1m x 3.0m (10'2" x 9'10") Bursting with even more original features and benefitting from more underfloor heating, this lower part of the kitchen offers a spacious food preparation area with oven and hob, sink and drainer and breakfast bar.
Upper Kitchen 2.4m x 1.9m (7'11" x 6'1") Staged just up from the main kitchen, the Upper Kitchen offers extra space for appliances, leading to the downstairs WC and then further into the utility area.
Ante Room 3.7m x 2.0m (12'3" x 6'6") This versatile room can be used as an extra utility room, a useful storage area or even a wine cellar.
Conservatory 7.2m x 4.8m (23'6" x 15'9") This stunning architecturally designed, split level conservatory is the main talking point of the property. This unique structure is heated and cooled by a Panasonic Deluxe Invertor heating system. The red brick floor flows over the different levels, adding even more to the quirkiness. The tower feature which stands at the top of the glass complex, is mirrored from other historic buildings around the village. With access to the garden, the conservatory can be used as a main entertaining room, play area, library and summer room.
Master Bedroom 5.8m x 3.7m (19'0" x 12'2") With windows to either side of the room, the Master Bedroom is flooded with natural light which is magnified by the simplicity and size of the room. With underfloor heating and radiator, floating units and a built in TV point, the natural decor gives a calming sense to the largest bedroom in the property.
Bedroom Two 4.8m x 1.9m (15'7" x 6'3") The second of the three bedrooms is located next to the Master. Set with reclaimed floorboards and warmed by a radiator, this bedroom is light, crisp and neutral, keeping in theme with the rest of the home.
Bedroom Three 4.0m x 3.2m (13' x 10'5") Located at the rear of the property, Bedroom Three offers another double room warmed by a radiator and overlooking the garden. Perfect for guests.
Family Bathroom 2.8m x 2.5m (9'3" x 8'2") Fully tiled and boasting a four-piece suite including stand-alone shower, this modern suite offers a sink and vanity unit, towel radiator, toilet with push flush and hidden cistern and a beautiful jacuzzi bath with central taps.
Externally To the front of the property is a private driveway for two cars, there is a further large side garden with rear steps to the patio leading to a good size rear garden with pond. The gardens are completely hidden, enclosed and not overlooked giving entire privacy.