Gerrard Street has pedestrian access off Westbourne Road in a residential area of Lancaster that is close to the railway station and only a short walk from the city centre. The area comprises of a mix of homes from Victorian terraces, through to new modern town houses and attracts a diverse clientele. There are good local amenities and schools close by. Regular buses go to the city centre and also to the university. This home is situated at the half way up the hill on the left hand side and is close to the open playing fields, allotments and Freemans Wood.
About the home`
Take a look at this terrace home which is now for sale and available for you to view. The home enters into the main living space which has an open fire to the centre of the room and looks out over the front of the home. The kitchen offers ample space to dine and also has an open fire, which is a lovely addition to this already well presented room. To the far end of the ground floor you will also find the bathroom, which has a shower above the bath.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a rather generous sized third room which is currently used as a study. Externally you will find an enclosed rear garden with outside storage shed to the rear of the home and shared access out to the front of the home. The majority of the windows are the original single glazed sash, however the master bedroom now has a wooden double glazed sash window.
The ground floor
The main entrance to the front of the home will entice you inside where you will find yourself in the well presented living room. Here you will instantly notice that the centre of the room offers an open fire which will be ideal for those cold evenings in front of the telly. A single glazed sash window allows in natural light helping to give a bright and airy feel which is further enhanced by the modern, neutral decoration.
The kitchen has plenty of space for a dining table and there are base, drawer and wall units available. Just under the window is where you will find the Belfast style sink so you can enjoy looking out into the garden whilst doing the dishes. Once again there is an open fire to the centre of the room and there is plenty of room for all the expected white goods available. From the kitchen you can access the rear hallway where a door will lead you to the outside space and there is also an open plan staircase to the first floor rooms.
Finally to the ground floor at the far end you will discover the three piece bathroom. The walls have been partially tiled and above the bath you will find a shower which is run straight from the boiler.
The first floor
The master bedroom in this property looks out over the rear of the home where you will find an open aspect to the end of the rear garden. This generous sized double room has been decorated in a neutral style and there is a handy storage cupboard which goes over the stairs and also has access to the loft.
The second bedroom is again large enough to be classed as a double bedroom which has exposed floorboards and like the master room also features an original style fireplace which is in working condition.
The third bedroom is a spacious single room, however the owner currently has this as her home office. This room again has feature floorboards and looks out over the front of the home.
Outside the home
To the rear of the home you will find an enclosed garden which is low maintenance thanks to the flagged patio space. There are walled boundaries and access back out to the front of the home which is shared with the neighbouring home. The owner has also re-built the brick storage shed which has power and is an ideal storage area for all your gardening bit and pieces.
Extra Useful Information
- The sash windows are the original with the exception of the rear bedroom which is a wooden double glazed sash window - It is gas central heated. The boiler is discreetly located in the bathroom and is less than 18 months old - There are working fires in both reception rooms and in two of the bedrooms - The property has been sympathetically renovated throughout and retains many original features - It is council tax band A
Mid Terrace Home
Three Generous Bedrooms
EPC Rating - D
Feature Open Fires
Enclosed Yard to the Rear
Ground Floor Bathroom
Some Original Features
This fabulous period home boasts a range of features including open working fires , stripped wooden flooring, terracotta tiled floors and open aspect to the rear. If you like character, you'll love this one! EPC-D