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The imposing property has direct access to the golf course

The golf-lover’s ideal home PaulBakerona substantialhouse whichoverlooksone ofthearea’smost prestigiouscourses


HIS outstanding sixbedroom Victorian detached property, in Hoylake, occupies a stunning location with beautifully secluded garden surroundings. The property is near to Hoylake’s Royal Liverpool Golf Course and enjoys far-reaching views across the course to Hilbre Island and the Welsh hills. Arranged over three floors, the house boasts many original period features including solid timber doors, stylish panelled walls, high coved ceilings, fireplaces and sash casement windows. Inside is a main entrance hall, cloakroom and wc, a master study with Claygate-style fireplace and a hallway


Inside is spacious, with many period features to the drawing room. There is also a lounge with fireplace, a sun room and a grand dining room with fireplace, electric fire and hearth with timber mantel. A service hallway links to the dining kitchen, fitted with oak cabinets, halogen hob and double fan assisted oven. Other ground floor rooms include a

The impressive garden

utility room, gardener’s quarters, cold room and butler’s pantry. A turned staircase leads to the first floor, where the principal bedroom has excellent views and a feature fireplace with open grate. There are five other double bedrooms along with a family bathroom with four-piece suite. There is also a shower room, and on the next

floor are two further bedrooms. The gated property has a sweeping gravel driveway leading to a timber-built double garage and a car port. The surrounding gardens are lawned, with patio area. A gate provides access to the golf course from the gardens. ■ HOYLAKE, OIEO £1m; Jones & Chapman, 0151 632 3128


Commuting: Liverpool, 11 miles. Chester, 19 miles. Manchester, 46 miles. Nearest railway station: Hoylake. Schools: Calday Grange Grammar, Hilbre High, Kingsmead School, West Kirby Grammar, Hoylake Holy Trinity C of E Primary, Black Horse Hill Junior, Foxfield School, West Kirby Primary, Avalon School. Supermarket: Co-operative, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons are nearby.


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The sitting room boasts traditional features

The magnificent open-plan kitchen and living room

The property stands in superb gardens

Malpas, £750,000 OCCUPYING a peaceful rural location in idyllic Cheshire close to the attractive village of Malpas, this delightful property offers flexible and spacious family accommodation. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall, a private study, a utility room and a superb open-plan living room and kitchen complete with a comprehensive range of units, complementary work surfaces, a ragne of fully fitted appliances and a central breakfast island.

There is also an elegant sitting room which has a feature fireplace and French doors out to the gardens. Upstairs, the master suite comprises a generously proportioned bedroom which has luxurious en-suite facilities and there are three additional bedrooms, all of a good size with feature vaulted ceilings, and a principal family bathroom completes the accommodation. Outside, there are well maintained gardens and grounds which include a

paddock and stabling ideal for equestrian pursuits. ■ JACKSON-STOPS and Staff, 01244 328 361 LOCATION Commuting: Chester, 16 miles. Liverpool, 37 miles. Manchester, 54 miles. Nearest railway station: Whitchurch. Schools: Malpas Primary and Bishop Heber High are the closest state schools. Independent schools include Laurel Park School. Supermarkets: Co-Operative, Iceland and Tesco are all close.

The gardens offer a stunning outlook

Birkenhead Park, £550,000

The property is particularly imposing

BUILT in 1835, this property is grade II listed and set in mature gardens. Inside, an impressive reception area opens into a main hall which has mosaic flooring and period finishes. Off the hall is a drawing room with fireplace, dining kitchen with marble work surfaces and a range of appliances, a cloakroom, wc and utility room, as well as a pleasant lounge and kitchen area, a bedroom and a shower room/ wc, which could provide independent accommodation. The substantial house also has cellars. On the first floor, the 28ft master bedroom suite has a lounge/dressing room and an

en-suite shower room with an extensive walk-in wardrobe. There is also a guest/study bedroom with shower room. The second floor boasts three double bedrooms and two shower rooms. ■ FINE & Country, 0151 334 2200 LOCATION Commuting: Liverpool, four miles. Chester, 23 miles. Manchester, 38 miles. Nearest railway station: Birkenhead Park. Schools: The Priory Parish CofE Primary and Park High are the nearest state schools. Independent schools include Birkenhead School. Supermarkets: Iceland and Sainsbury’s are near.

The impressive hallway


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sixofthebest Blundellsands, £649,950

Heswall, £850,000

SITUATED in a prime residential area, this triple-fronted detached house is within easy reach of West Lancashire Golf Club and seafront. Inside are two reception rooms, a fitted dining kitchen, a utility room and conservatory. To the first floor there are five bedrooms. The master bedroom has en-suite facilities and there is a luxury bathroom. The property benefits from gas central heating and a security alarm system. There is a good-sized rear garden. To the front is a driveway and access to a detached garage. ■ BERKELEY Shaw, 0151 924 6000 Commuting: Liverpool, seven miles. Chester, 27 miles. Manchester, 40 miles. Nearest railway station: Blundellsands & Crosby.

LOCATED in one of the most sought-after parts of Wirral, this four bedroom house is set on a large plot. Inside is a porch, hall with parquet block flooring, rear hallway, lounge with sliding glass doors to a conservatory, dining room and sitting room. The breakfast kitchen boasts hand-made units, granite work surfaces and appliances. There is also a utility, games room and cloaks/wc. The first floor has a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, as well as three further bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside is a driveway and lawned gardens to front, side and rear. ■ KARL TATLER, 0151 342 2300 Commuting: Liverpool, 10 miles. Chester, 13 miles. Manchester, 49 miles.

Schools: Merchant Taylors’, St Mary’s College, Valewood Primary, Streatham House, Atherton House, Sacred Heart Catholic College, St Luke’s

Halsall CE, Ursuline RC Primary, Chesterfield High, Great Crosby RC Primary. Supermarket: Sainsbury’s and Co-operative.

Nearest railway station: Heswall. Schools: Barnston Primary, Gayton Primary, St Peter’s CE Aided Primary, Marigold Day

Raby Mere, £395,000

Allerton, £420,000

SITUATED opposite Raby Mere, this three-bedroom bungalow has a large lounge, spacious conservatory and garage. Inside is a porch, hallway, lounge/bedroom three with fireplace, a study with built-in furniture, a conservatory and a lounge with wooden beams and inglenook fireplace with log burning fire. Additionally, there is a utility room and a kitchen with integral oven and grill, gas hob, fridge and dishwasher. There are two further bedrooms, the master with en-suite shower room, plus a bathroom and wc. Outside is a driveway, garage, exterior wc and gardens. ■ CATHY BEHAN, 0151 643 1555 Commuting: Liverpool, eight miles. Chester, 13 miles.

A SPACIOUS four bedroom detached family home, this property has been well-maintained and offers gardens front and rear. Internally the property comprises a hall, a lounge, a sitting room, a kitchen/dining room, plus a downstairs shower room. Upstairs, the landing leads to four bedrooms, a family bathroom with separate wc and an attic room. The rear garden also offers store sheds/ workshops and a cabin. There is a driveway for off-road parking to each side of the property. ■ VENMORE, 0151 733 9000 Commuting: Liverpool, six miles. Chester, 26 miles. Manchester, 34 miles. Nearest railway station: West Allerton. Schools: Booker Avenue Junior, Gilmour Southbank

Manchester, 45 miles. Nearest railway station: Bromborough. Schools: South Wirral High, Poulton Lancelyn Primary, Brookhurst Primary, Wirral Grammar Boys, Wirral

Grammar Girls, Raeburn Primary, Christ the King Catholic Aided Primary, Holy Trinity Pre-School. Supermarket: Co-operative, Tesco and Asda are a short distance away.

Infant, Gilmour Junior, St Austin’s Catholic Primary, New Heys Comprehensive, St Margaret’s C of E High,

City centre, £175,000

Aughton, £499,500

A DUPLEX penthouse apartment, this well-presented property is located within the East Village development. In brief, the property comprises two bedrooms with en-suite facilities to the master, a family bathroom, living room, dining kitchen and two balconies providing a dual aspect view of the Anglican Cathedral and the river. The property is within walking distance of Liverpool One, with its shops, bars and restaurants. In addition, it benefits from a secure allocated parking space and 24-hour CCTV security. ■ SUTTON Kersh, 0151 236 2332 Commuting: Chester, 22 miles. Manchester, 36 miles. Nearest railway station: Liverpool Central. Schools: The Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts,

THIS stunning barn conversion is located in a highly regarded area and has been reduced. Inside, the property opens onto a reception hallway with a magnificent feature stained arch window and leads to a lounge with an inglenook fireplace and French doors to the side and rear. The modern kitchen/diner is open to a dining area, and there is a reception/dining room and wc. Upstairs, a mezzanine balcony gives access to four bedrooms (the master with en-suite), plus a bathroom. Outside is a driveway and gardens. ■ FARRELL Heyworth, 01695 570075 Commuting: Liverpool, 12 miles. Chester, 36 miles. Manchester, 38 miles. Nearest railway station:

Liverpool Community College, Liverpool John Moores, St Vincent de Paul Catholic Primary, University of

Liverpool, The Liverpool School of English. Supermarket: Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Chung Wah.

Town Green. Schools: Mount Carmel School, Ormskirk School, St Bede’s Catholic High, Edge Hill

Nursery, Heswall Primary, Esholt Day Nursery, Pensby High School For Girls. Supermarket: Tesco, Co-operative, Iceland.

Clarendon College Montessori School. Supermarket: Londis and Tesco near.

University, Ormskirk CE Primary, Pontville School. Supermarket: Morrisons and Iceland are a short drive away.


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Stepping into tomor Therapidgrowthof technologycoupled withahungerfornew gadgetsisstartingto revolutionisetheway werunourhomes. GabrielleFagan takesapeekinside abravenew domesticworld


HARKS in the swimming pool, a refrigerator which tells you what to eat and housework sorted at the touch of a button. It sounds out of this world, but will be coming soon to a home near you. Technology has already transformed the way we work and communicate and now it’s set to change the way we live, with innovative labour-saving kit becoming standard in luxury new homes. Already, the wealthy can enjoy A look at a home of the future showing an touch-button control over all aspects interactive, multi-sensory entertainment of the home, from lighting, music, system, as imagined by Comet heating and appliances through to security. The cost may currently put it beyond the reach of most of us, but the experts reckon that, in years to come, such hi-tech devices will become as familiar as power showers, electric garage doors and underfloor heating, which were virtually unheard of 25 years ago. “Our appetite for technology grows all the time,” says John Lees, founder of Lees Associates, the company which created one of the newest and most unusual pieces of equipment, a shark-infested pool. It superimposes images of the ocean predator seamlessly onto the floor and sides of a pool or gym while A stunning Petra kitchen, designed by TM sensors ensure the sharks skim This spectacular space-age home setting, by DuPont Italia, costs from £120,000 within apparent ‘biting’ distance of a swimmer. “The system is perfect for those “So a client may want to return ‘mode’ on his system which he Mintel predicts a rise in sales of who want to enliven home to find the lights dimmed, a activates by pressing a button on his home technology kit from boring keep-fit sessions, is meal cooking, bath running and smartphone while he’s travelling £49bn in 2008 to £60bn by great fun for children and favourite music playing as soon as he back.” Systems from Finite Solutions 2014. looks beautiful,” says steps inside his front door. start at £30,000. “People are constantly Lees. “All those functions can be a single Many cutting-edge home surprised at how fast “We can incorporate the technology is moving and Jaws soundtrack for added what can now be achieved,” atmosphere. Dolphins are says Matt Wayne, consultant an alternative for those of designer at Finite Solutions, a more nervous which has offices in Leeds disposition!” and London. Despite the scary price “Nowadays, it’s perfectly tag of around £150,000, it’s possible to completely perfect for those who want control your home to impress – and, for many, environment remotely from that’s just as important as wherever you are in the enjoying effortless living. world by touching a button Research shows our on your smartphone. An intelligent wi-fi desire for gadgets and “People want homes enabled fridge, by which automatically cater appliances has become insatiable. LG Electronics for their every need.


Corian, was inspired by the film, Tron: appliances and up-to-the-minute technology have been on show this week (October 7-9) in The House of the Future at the Grand Designs Live Birmingham at the NEC. Another glimpse into the not-sodistant future was recently provided by DuPont Corian. Its spectacular space-age home, which was inspired by last year’s science fiction movie extravaganza Tron: Legacy, was exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair. Bob Darke, managing director of electrical retailer Comet, predicts that energy-saving eco-technology will expand fastest, but that home entertainment developments will capture the most attention. “In Japan there are already ‘living walls’ which transform into television screens, and where you


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Above left: Portable Spot, winner of the 2011 Electrolux Design Lab Competition; right: The Laurastar Magic S4 Evolution Steam Generator Ironing Board, £795, from John Lewis

The Park Lane double bedstead with LED TV, costs £2,649 from Furniture Village

Left: Cybertecture Mirror, £4,845, from James Law Cybertecture; right: Samsung's Navibot Silencio, £499.99

n: Legacy and was exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair can view your PC, store information and read books. “Those will eventually arrive here,” he says. But there’s no need to wait for this revolution in living – check out a range of innovations which could transform your home now. LOOK-AHEAD LIVING Homes of the future will become minimalist spaces where we have the freedom to alternate between reality and fantasy, or achieve a blend of the two, according to UK futurologist Ian Pearson, at Futurizon. “Within a few years, there’ll be video visors which we wear to allow us to see normally and simultaneously work with augmented reality, drawing on techniques used for 3-D and the

The amazing four-projector shark system, from Lees Associates, costs £153,000 – Jaws theme optional

programmed to clean while you’re computer-generated images used for out. It costs £499.99. games,” he says. A Cybertecture Mirror is wi-fi “We’ll be able to instantly ‘create’ enabled and provides an information and visualise changes to rooms by hub, giving access to everything accessing, among other things, from time and TV programmes to phone apps, and view from our personal health data at a windows whatever landscape we touch. It is £4,845, desire.” from James Law HI-TECH KIT: A robot vacuum Cybertecture. makes light work of cleaning: Samsung’s Navibot Silencio has a camera which takes pictures of the ceiling to map its cleaning path, and sensors prevent it colliding with furniture or falling down The Bathomatic, from around £4,000 stairs. It can be

CUTTING-EDGE TECH Technology is already having a huge effect on kitchens. “Soon all food and wine will be bar-coded so that people will easily be able to check exactly how fresh ingredients are, which wines to have with certain foods and exactly how long to keep certain vintages,” predicts Karen Howes, director of interior design specialists Taylor Howes. “You’ll scan your cookery library and, at the touch of a keyboard, pull up your favourite recipe which will display on a screen in the kitchen, along with a demonstration by a ‘virtual’ celebrity chef.” And that reality could come sooner than we think. For example, next year, LG Electronics is expected to launch an “intelligent wi-fi

enabled fridge” in the UK. The smart fridge’s LCD panel can be read at home or remotely. It reveals food contents, identifies food expiry dates and makes recipe suggestions. HI-TECH KIT: A heated ironing board incorporates a two-speed blower/vacuum system to magically prevent creases and dry fabric. Laurastar Magic S4 Evolution Steam Generator Ironing Board, £795, from John Lewis. TAPPING THE POTENTIAL Even bathrooms are being turned into high-tech spas and entertainment zones, offering television, plus automatic water, temperature and lighting settings. There’s nothing to do but lie back, relax and enjoy the future, today.


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A typical Barratt Homes bedroom, left, and lounge, right

Tower Gardens, Liverpool 6 NOW open at Margaret Street, Liverpool 6, is a brand new development from Barratt Homes. Tower Gardens boasts a fantastic array of stunning homes, with designs and prices to satisfy all tastes. Not only does this development enjoy easy access to wonderful parks and

gardens, it also benefits from close links to the city centre and motorway network, making it ideal for commuters. There is a wide range of schools and sixth-form colleges to choose from for families moving to the area, as well as plenty of leisure and shopping facilities.

Showcasing a range of three and four bedroom homes, Tower Gardens offers a great opportunity for first-time buyers and those looking for a stylish alternative to city centre apartment living. The site will feature many of Barratt’s most popular house styles alongside some of its brand new designs.

These innovative homes have been created with homebuyers in mind, using extensive market research, customer feedback and expert opinions, ensuring the best shapes, sizes and features are included in every home. Home of the week is the Morpeth at plot 21, one of the brand new house types that will be featured at Tower Gardens. The Morpeth is a semi-detached home with its

own garage. Currently available with a list price of £148,995, you can also take advantage of celebrated shared equity scheme FirstBuy. Under FirstBuy, buyers will be offered a loan of up to 20% of the price of the property, jointly funded by Barratt Manchester and the Government’s Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). The buyers then have to

Cressington Heath, Garston NEW homes in south Liverpool have been built by a multi award-winning site manager. Shaun Phoenix takes pride in his role as a site manager for Redrow Homes and, in recognition of his exceptional standards, he’s received another top industry award. The 34-year-old received his fourth National House-Building Council Pride in the Job Quality award for his work at Cressington Heath, in Garston. He was selected from more than 13,000 site managers throughout the UK. Just 400 of the accolades have been awarded, 13 of them to Redrow site managers from across England and Wales. “I’m delighted to have won the Quality award for a fourth time. It’s a reflection of not just my efforts but the commitment invested by the whole team at Cressington Heath in ensuring each house was built to a consistently high standard,” Shaun commented. Shaun, who lives in Leigh,

find the remaining 80% of the price themselves. Up to 75% of this could be a mortgage, leaving a deposit of just 5%. FirstBuy could see you the proud owner of the Morpeth for £113,236 and a low deposit of £5,959. Also available at Tower Gardens is a stunning range of four-bedroom homes, which start at £151,995. Plus, 100% part-exchange opportunities are now available.

Shaun Phoenix, site manager for Redrow Homes at Cressington Heath in Garston; below, a typical Redrow kitchen

Lancashire, has worked for Redrow since he left school at 16. He’s been a site manager for 11 years and was based at the popular Cressington Heath venture for more than four years. He is now looking after the construction of new homes at Wrea Green, in Lancashire. Only site managers who demonstrate exceptional standards in every aspect of their work on site and the homes they build are considered for a Pride in the Job

Quality award. Judging includes spot checks of the day-to-day running of the site. Each site manager is assessed across 38 areas of site management including their technical knowledge, consistency in the build process and leadership and organisational skills. Shaun will find out on September 30 if he’s earned the NHBC’s coveted Seal of Excellence, which would put him in the top 130 site managers UKwide.

“I’m hoping this will be the year that I go a step further and receive a Seal of Excellence,” Shaun added. Cressington Heath features a choice of traditional and contemporary homes. They have proved so popular just one property remains to be sold. For more information on the development call 0151 345 0134. ■ FOR details of careers with Redrow see www. Careers-And-Recruitment


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LDP homes Andermatt Swiss Alps, from 15,500 Swiss Francs per sq m WITH the nights beginning to creep in and British summertime well and truly over, what better time to start thinking about the winter ski season ahead? One destination already turning heads and setting snow aficionados a-flutter is the brand new Andermatt Swiss Alps, found in a steep Alpine valley at the crossroads of Switzerland. Destined to become one of Europe’s most-stylish luxury destinations, Andermatt Swiss Alps is being developed by Orascom Development Holding to deliver a range of architectural masterpieces in the form of chalets, apartments and hotels serviced by every conceivable on-site amenity, from spas to restaurants, boutiques and bustling bars. Veteran Olympic, World Cup and world champion downhill skier Bernhard Russi, who was born in Andermatt and is an avid advocate of its pistes, explained: “The ski slopes of Andermatt are where I first learned to ski and where I

Andermatt's Swiss Alps development perfected my downhill technique. “They are perfect for both beginners and experienced skiers to enjoy, and are surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable. “The expansion with Sedrun will serve to enhance the already exemplary skiing and will turn Andermatt Swiss Alps

into a leading international ski destination.” For those less allured by the snow, Andermatt Swiss Alps will offer a host of other yearround activities to tempt owners to return every single season, including 35,000sq m of retail space, diverse sports and leisure facilities, a concert hall for up to 700 people, an 18-hole golf course as well as

cycling, climbing, canoeing and white water rafting close at hand. The first properties and impressive hotel, The Chedi Andermatt, will be delivered in time for the 2013 winter season, while the golf course will be finished for summer, 2013. Pre-completion prices are currently available for the first four apartment houses,

as well as residences within The Chedi Andermatt. This is the perfect opportunity to secure a slice of Swiss Alps’ history that will offer an aspirational lifestyle and prime real estate that is expected to appreciate rapidly over the coming years. Prices in residential buildings Hirsch, Steinadler, Murmeltier and

Steinbock are currently available from 15,500 Swiss Francs per sq m (approximately £11,700). Residences at the inaugural hotel, The Chedi Andermatt, are available from approximately 1.8m Swiss Francs (approximately £1.4m). ■ FOR more information, visit

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8-page property supplement from the Liverpool Daily Post