The area Freehold was so named because it was created by a Freehold Land Society, a self-help organisation, fairly common in early Victorian England. Hartington Street is a small cul-de-sac. The south facing yard of this home backs onto to greenery giving an attractive open outlook.
Close by you will find Williamson's Park which offers approximately 52 acres of open public park land. It is here you will find the impressive Ashton Memorial and The Butterfly House along with a popular café.
At the bottom of Freehold there is also the Gregson Community Centre with offers a range of educational and leisure activities and is run by a local charity.
A little about the home
This terrace home has been well presented throughout and will appeal to many buyers out there.
Once inside there are two reception rooms with a lounge to the front and a dining room to the rear. The diner features a multi fuel stove. To the far end of the ground floor is the fitted kitchen.
Up to the first floor there are two generous sized bedrooms which both have storage and there is a three piece bathroom. The loft space has been fully boarded and has a Velux window which offers views over Lancaster and towards the Lakes.
Outside there is a paved and enclosed seating area which is west facing so you get all the afternoon sunshine.
Ground floor rooms
As you step inside this lovely home you will firstly enter the living room. This generous sized space has been well presented and decorated in soft, neutral tones.
The stripped floorboards and feature fireplace add that little bit of character whilst there is a built in cupboard to the side of the chimney breast which hides away the meters. Further storage can be gained under the stairs and access to the dining room is open from this room.
The dining room is a well proportioned room filled with light in the afternoons. We love the Inglenook stone fireplace complete with a multi fuel stove. Just imagine sitting down to your evening meals with family and friend in front of this.
To the far end of the ground floor is the fitted kitchen which has ample storage and room for all the white goods you will need. There is a built in oven and hob with an extractor fan above. Access to the outside space can be gained and the floor has been tiled for ease of cleaning.
Up to the first floor
As you reach the top of the stairs on your right hand side is the master bedroom which is a great size double bedroom which overlooks the front.
The master bedroom really has been tastefully decorated and offers a built in storage area which goes over the top of the stairs.
The second bedroom is also large enough to accommodate a double bed if required but has been used as a study room. This room features a great view over the roof tops of Lancaster.
To the far end of the first floor landing is the bathroom which has been fitted with a three piece suite in white. Above the bath is a shower so you get the best of both worlds. The room has also been partially tiled.
As you step out of the back door and enter the rear yard you will see there is a paved patio area which has space to sit and enjoy the afternoon sunshine/sunsets.
Just chilling out here with a glass of wine after a long hard day or maybe entertaining a few guests over a summertime BBQ. This is a great little space.
End Terrace Property
Two Double Bedrooms
Spacious Living Room
Diner with Feature Fireplace
Generous Sized Bathroom
Enclosed Yard to the Rear
Well Presented Throughout
Small, Quiet Cul de Sac
For Sale with No Chain
You won't find may terraces in a quieter spot than this one in Lancaster. Situated at the top of Park Road is where you will find this home on Hartington Street. The owner has presented this lovely home rather well. Both bedrooms are doubles and there are great views from the rear.
Investors could expect to get a gross yield of 5.54% based on an income of £600 pcm