Galgate is a popular semi-rural village that is located approximately 4 miles south of the city centre and only a short drive away from the university. The area offers a diverse range of properties from Victorian mill worker cottages through to modern family homes. There are excellent local amenities including 2 village pubs, spar shop, hairdressers and post office. Jct 33 of the M6 is close by, making this area very handy for commuters. The canal that runs past the village offers pleasing country walks.
A little bit about the home
This home is a barn conversion and has been owned by the current owner for 2 years. It is beautifully presented throughout and has several pleasing aspects to the home. The ground floor offers open plan living with the kitchen branching off the living room. Stairs to the first-floor run parallel to the front door. Up to the first floor is where you will find the double bedroom and the bathroom suite.
Open the front door and come on into this lovely cosy home. The home has been refurbished throughout the ground floor. Once you are in the lounge area you see just how spacious this room is with a window looking out to the front garden. The home will quite easily allocate a 3 piece suite along with other furniture you would require. There is storage under the stairs for all your cleaning items such as hoover etc.. The kitchen-dining area is lovely. Fitted cream units offer lots of space for storage along with an integral fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. The hob and oven are both electric and there is a stable style door to allow access on to the back of the property. The combination boiler can also be found here in the kitchen.
Just off the living room, you will find the spiral stairs leading you up to the first floor where the master bedroom and bathroom are found. The bedroom is a double with a window which looks out to the side of the home and deep set window sills adding character. The main bathroom is a three piece suite with an overhead shower. There is a window for natural light to enter the room and also for ventilation.
To the rear of the home through the stable style door is access to the back yard which bends round to the second half of the garden. Adding a few little seasonal plants and outside furniture will make this for a lovely space to sit and relax. You can also create a parking space if you require off street parking.
- This home has been totally refurbished throughout the ground floor - Open plan living to the ground floor - Brand new Country style fitted kitchen - Double glazed - Gas central heated - Council tax band A - EPC rating B
Newly refurbished throughout
Off street parking
Gas central heated
Local shops close by
Minutes from Lancaster University
Council Tax Band
EPC rating B
Sweet little 1 bedroom home refurbished throughout with views of River Conder ...... EPC rating B