Briery Street is a tucked away tree lined street set just behind Lune Road, close to the Furness Park and on the perimeter of the Castle Precinct. This area is convenient. Take a 5 minute walk and you can easily be in one of 3 places - the entrance to the historic castle, enjoying a stroll on St Georges Quay, or at the train station which is ideal for regular commuters!
Briery Street is also great for young families. Appletree Nursery and Willow Lane Primary School both achieve excellent results. The Steiner School is close by. The neighbouring park is great to run around and simply kick a ball. In the summer, I've even seen local couples sit and enjoy a picnic. This location really is ideal!
What we like
The high ceiling, generous bedrooms and cute rear courtyard made this house stand out to us. High ceilings always create a feeling of grandeur and space. You might like the fact the kitchen has the space to dine or how convenient this home is for railway commuters! Come and take a look. No Chain.
About this home
Welcome to Briery Street. This 2 bed period home dates back to 1877. As such expect to find a home with high ceilings, a feature of the era. Throughout this home has soft neutral decor, a perfect backdrop and so simple for you to decorate as you wish. Both of the bedrooms are doubles. The modern kitchen has the space to dine, ideal if you plan to entertain family and friends. We love the rear planted courtyard. To have outdoor space is such a plus.
Naturally this property is both upvc double glazed and gas central heated.
The ground floor
Step inside. The lounge feels light and bright. You'll notice the high ceilings, a feature that runs throughout the home. A coal effect electric fire sits in a traditional surround. It's a warming focal point to the room.
The spacious kitchen is modern with cabinetry in light beech, complemented by forest green work surfaces. The oven and hob are both built in. Laminate flooring runs through. We love how there is space to dine. The whole family can sit around the kitchen table and enjoy dinner together.
To the rear there is the 3-piece bathroom. It's stylish and tiled to complement. There is a thermostatically controlled mixer shower over the bath. The bath panel even has hidden storage, such a great idea!
The first floor
To the first floor there are 2 bedrooms. Both are doubles. The master bedroom spans the front of the home. The rear bedroom looks out over the courtyard.
The rear courtyard
To the rear there is fabulous enclosed courtyard. It is both practical and pretty with raised planted borders providing colour, privacy and seasonal interest. A shared alley gives access to the front street. There is also a storage cupboard which is a great place to keep your garden furniture or even store your bicycle!
Extra Useful Information
- This home was built in 1877 - It is upvc double glazed throughout - It is gas central heated. The valiant combination boiler is discreetly located in a cupboard in the 2nd bedroom. It has been serviced annually - The meters are discreetly located in the cupboard in the lounge - The passageway has shared access with next-door. - This home is council tax band A - Partially boarded loft for storage
Great Sized Terrace
Two Double Bedrooms
Dine in the modern kitchen
High ceilings throughout
Upvc double glazed and gas central heated
Fabulous rear courtyard
Investor Return Around 6.5%
Quiet tree lined street
EPC - Rating D
A 2 bed period home with rather high ceilings. This is a home with 2 double bedrooms and a kitchen you can casually dine in. We also rather like the enclosed yard. What do you think? No chain EPC-D. Good investment property that would show a return if around 6.5% per annum.