Living somewhere with a view like this is always going to be wonderful, having the convenience that this ground floor apartment provides just adds to the delight.
As you stand and gaze across The Royal Liverpool Golf Course you know you are somewhere special, the second oldest golf links in England. Oh to have been here, as the owners were, in 2006 to see Tiger Woods and in 2014 Rory McIlroy play and win.
Whether we are talking about views, focussing on location or just discussing the ambience of such an environment, it is so easy to be impressed by the thought of life in this ground floor apartment. Waking up in the morning, walking into the kitchen to make a drink and having that view is always going to give you a buzz. You might grab a book and sit at the breakfast table or wander into the living room, that view is there. How lovely to invite guests along and sit in the dining room looking out.
Anyone with a passion for golf will instantly love this home and if you have golfing buddies they'll be clamouring to visit and be beside a course that has hosted The Open fourteen times so far and in 2019 will be the venue for the Walker Cup match.
There is much more to this home than a view. The living space is super and everyone will have their own little take on how to live here. The current owners had a second sitting area in the dining room, a couple of comfy chairs to sit back and relax in, more intimate and cosy it provides a different way to relax and enjoy the scenery, looking out over a little patio area and some of the communal garden, with the ever impressive backdrop of the golf course and broad skyline. We keep coming back to the view don't we but there is something magical about having your gaze disappear into the distance without seeing another home.
Two double bedrooms, one with en suite, make for a comfortable life here and there is storage aplenty.
One of the big surprises is the double garage right beside the apartment, it makes life so much more convenient and means you can put a car away alongside the golf clubs if you wish.
We know that not everyone gets wrapped up in golf and if it isn't your favourite sport you'll still love that wonderful outlook and will enjoy the fact that this is somewhere that also puts you close to the seafront and leisurely walks along a sandy beach.
Hoylake grew out of Hoose village and has been home to many famous people, birthplace of Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman and Joshua Armitage, the "Punch" artist. Glenda Jackson and Daniel Craig were young residents here too. There's a lovely feel to the area in general, a great choice of restaurants and strong community spirit.
As you would expect, here are schools, primary and secondary and a railway station and Liverpool is barely ten miles by car.
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