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Stately paradise is your very own Downton.

Byline: JANET TANSLEY

* E have all become immersed in the drama serial Downton Abbey. And now you could live like it too.

You would be sure to feel like your own Lord and Lady of the Manor in this superb mid Victorian property in Mossley Hill - with all the joys, but none of the heartache experienced by the residents of the TV home!

It has charm in abundance, space galore and it is hard to imagine anyone who wouldn't want to take up residence in this most stunning of properties.

Priced at pounds 895,000 the mid Victorian mansion house in Lyndhurst Road has nine bedrooms, a principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a family bathroom, an additional shower room to the upper floor and beautiful gardens.

But it is more than simply space which makes this property so appealing.

Lowood forms part of the Mossley Hill Conservation Area and in a location full of character.

The entrance porch to the property has a quarry tiled floor and leads into a reception hall with a stripped hardwood flooring, and staircase to the upper floors.

Off it are the cloakroom with a vanity washbasin and low level WC, the sitting room with tiled fireplaces and the lounge which has a feature fireplace with marble inset and raised hearth and hardwood flooring.

Double doors lead into the dining room which also has a tiled fireplace and hardwood flooring.

There is a butler's pantry and a kitchen - with a range of base and wall units with a peninsular base unit, twin bowl double drainer, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, an Aga range, an electric cooker and downlighting.

A door leads into the kitchenette which has a double drainer stainless steel sink unit with base and wall units, a tiled splashback and access to the dining room.

An inner hall gives access to the garage and utility room, which has a range of base units with tiled worktops, a stainless steel inset sink with mixer tap, tiled walls, a quarry tiled floor, extractor fan, built-in shelving and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

There is also a walk-in pantry and an understairs area which leads to the cellar. There is a wine cellar, the boiler room, a cold store and another store room, along with two further lower ground floor rooms.

Going upstairs to the half landing is bedroom one which has a vanity wash basin.

On the first floor are three bedrooms including the master room with a fireplace and an ensuite containing a panelled bath, shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin, bidet, low level wc, built-in cabinet and tiled walls.

The family bathroom features a panelled bath, vanity wash basin, low level WC and bidet.

On the second floor, there are five further bedrooms, a shower room and a separate WC.

The house is surrpunded by mature lawns and borders with trees and shrubs, and a York stone patio.

The driveway provides parking for a number of cars and leads to a triple garage with electronic up and over door, power and lighting.

So, if you are interested, it's lights, camera and action - because one imagines there could be a cast of many interested in this glorious period property, and no one wants a drama.

. ? For further details contact Sutton Kersh on 0151 734 0666 or log onto www.suttonkersh.co.uk STATELY: The dining room, hallway and lounge at Lowood, Mossley Hill
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 22, 2011
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