Aldrens lane is situated just North of the river and around a fifteen minute walk into the city centre. The homes here are mostly terraced and range from two to three bedrooms. There are plenty of local schools both primary and secondary close by and the Canal for those days where you want to wrap up and take a brisk walk to clear those cobwebs away.
What's close by?
As we know it "The Triangle" offers lots of little shops. There is a corner shop for the items you may run out of such as milk and bread. A fish and chip shop, a car garage, computer shop and chemist all within minutes walking distance. A little bit further you have Ryelands Park which is a vast green park for dog walkers and children to play. There is also links to the M6 and the recently opened By-Pass road taking you to the North, South and the Lake District.
A little bit about this home
As you step up into the home you will find the rather spacious living room. The high ceilings make this home Through an archway is the dining room and kitchen. You can also access the back garden from here. Up to the first floor is where the bathroom and the two bedrooms can be found. The combination boiler is located here in the bathroom tucked discreetly in a cupboard. The two bedrooms are doubles and are located one at the front and one at the back of the property.
The ground floor
Come on in and see for yourself just how spacious the rooms are here, mostly thanks to the high ceilings in the property. The living room is more than big enough for a three piece suite along with maybe a coffee table and television stand etc. The floor is a pale oak laminate wood and the walls have been decorated in a cream to keep the room looking and feeling light and fresh. The next room we enter is the kitchen and dining room. This room is also spacious and can accommodate a large table to seat four to six people. The kitchen has a electric cooker, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a free standing fridge freezer. Access to the back garden can be found here from the kitchen . There is also a cellar accessed through a door under the stairs for storage and possibly be tanked to create a work space? The laminate flooring flows through the ground floor.
The first floor
The stairs lead you up to the first floor where the family bathroom and the two bedrooms are situated. The bathroom offers lots of light , this is due to the large frosted window. An overhead shower, bath, sink and toilet make up the suite. Walls are pale green and the tiles are mostly white. The floor tiles are oat to compliment. The first bedroom is a generous size with room for a double bed. The second bedroom is the main room and overlooks the front of the home. It is really spacious with room for furniture you would need such as a wardrobe, dressing table etc. The carpet is a soft beige and the walls are cream with a feature wall in a subtle pale gold.
The back garden
This home benefits from a great space to entertain outside. This is a huge plus as not all homes in this area benefit from space outside. The current owner has a table and chairs and the decorative terracotta chippings make for easy maintenance. Add a few pots and plants and this could be a lovely area for sitting and dining al-fresco. A gate allows access for the bins and such things.
Double glazed throughout
Centrally heated throughout
Cellar for storage
West facing garden
Two double bedrooms
Council tax band A
Great links to Morecambe and Lancaster
Main bus route 2 minutes away
Local amenities close by
Are you looking for a period home? This spacious terrace home will give you two double bedrooms, 2 generous size reception rooms and a rather fab south facing courtyard. This is priced to sell quickly!