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On the market: Standout halls and reception areas

On the market: Standout halls and reception areas

Proudly greet guests in your home with these standout halls and reception areas.

Curated by Lawrence Saunders

St Marys Road, Huyton, L36

Step into this beautiful seven-bedroom Victorian-era home and the effort which has gone into its first class restoration is immediately apparent. The property’s grand staircase is a worthy centrepiece with a high ceiling window helping to flood the elegant reception area with plenty of natural light. Quality touches continue throughout with a spacious open plan lounge to the rear and numerous cellar rooms ideal for gym or entertainment uses.

£549,950 Arnold & Phillips / 01695 570 102

On the market: Reception areas - Arnold Phillips

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Woolton Park, Woolton, L25

Forming part of a historic dwelling in the heart of Woolton Park, this 10-bedroom semi-detached property welcomes guests with a classically finished entrance hall featuring an authentic cloaks cupboard. The property has retained much of its original character and charm with a sophisticated drawing room and two interconnecting staircases leading to the main landing and seven bedrooms. A lobby connects the main house to an adapted end coachouse which provides further accommodation including a bedroom suite with wet room.

£695,000 (offers over) Sutton Kersh / 0151 734 0666

On the market: Reception areas - Sutton Kersh

Partridge Road, Crosby, L23

Tucked away on a prestigious Crosby cul-de-sac, this Victorian-era semi-detached home boasts original wood flooring and period furniture. An ornate staircase gives access to six bedrooms as well as a wine cellar, wet room and three reception rooms. The property also enjoys well-appointed gardens to the front and side with a large decked area overlooking the rear garden.

£524,950 Logic Estates / 0151 920 2404

On the market: Reception areas - Logic Estates

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About Author: Lawrence Saunders

Lawrence is a journalist at Move Publishing. He can be contacted via email at lawrence@movepublishing.co.uk or by phone on 0151 709 3871.