Where is Aberdeen Road?
Welcome to Aberdeen Road, a popular residential street in Moorlands, which is conveniently located in close proximity to the City centre and a short walk to Williamson Park. There are many amenities, all close by, including a local convenience store for your everyday needs.
From Aberdeen Road, you can walk into the city,, walk to the University of Cumbria and also the hospital. In just a few minutes you can be strolling along the banks of Lancaster Canal. If you are looking for convenience, this could be it!
What we like
The home is facing the end wall of terraced houses at the front and trees at the back, the house is not directly facing another property therefore has privacy benefits. The garden is at present overgrown but can be cleared without too much effort, there are steps from the back yard that take you down to areas where plants can grow and there is a patio at the bottom.
About this home
Aberdeen Road is a stone built period home set in the heart of Moorlands. This is a home which is bigger on the first floor than it is the ground floor thanks to the flying free-over hence you get 3 bedrooms and no box room!!
The lounge is welcoming. Decorated in soft shades of cream it really is a blank canvass for you. The electric fire gives the room a cosy feel, perfect now the evenings have turned chilly. With a modern kitchen and the space to create a fantastic garden, this 3 bed home is available now, with no chain!
The living area
Aberdeen Road enters into a small vestibule which leads through to the lounge. The decor is neutral and a cupboard houses the meters. A electric fire set on a marble back plate, hearth and surround adds a focal point to the room creating a cosy feel.
The kitchen diner looks out to the rear of the property. There is a range of stylish built-in wall, base and drawer units with worktops and splash back tiles to complement. The kitchen allows room for a dining table and chairs, perfect for casual dining with your family and friends.
A door from the kitchen leads to the utility area and has access to the rear garden. Stairs lead up off the kitchen to the first floor.
The modern shower room is to the ground floor and houses a three piece suite comprising of a walk-in shower with corner cubicle, wash basin and WC. The bathroom is fully tiled with a glazed window looking out to the side of the property.
The first floor
To the upper floor there are three bedrooms, and surprisingly no small box room.
The main bedroom is to the front of the property and is a good spacious room allowing for a range of bedroom furniture. To the rear of the property is a second double bedroom and a generous single bedroom which could also be used as a office space depending on your needs.
Outside the home
Aberdeen Road features a flagged patio area great for a table and chairs to sit out around a fire-pit leading to a great sunken courtyard which backs onto the the lined quarry. It's a little overgrown but it has huge potential to create your perfect garden. An outhouse provides storage. The boundaries of the courtyard are made of stone walling.
Extra Useful Infomation
- This home dates back to the late 1800's
- It is upvc double glazed. The UPVC double glazing on the first floor complies with the latest fire regulations.
- It is gas central heated. The boiler has been serviced annually
- This property has been previously let at £625 pcm
- It is council tax band A