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£160,000

Ayrton View, Beaumont - A cul-de-sac location

A little bit about the home

Upon entering the home you will find yourself stepping into the hallway where solid oak flooring is laid throughout the ground floor and stairs lead off to the left up to the remaining two floors. The living room opens up with plenty of room for a dining table and french doors open to the back garden. The kitchen is set off the living room also.
The first floor offers two bedrooms, one single and one double and the family bathroom. The third floor offers the master bedroom.
There is room for parking for one car outside the home and a spacious enclosed garden for the children to play.

A little bit about the area

Beaumont is located just North of the city centre of Historic Lancaster. This area is made up of a variety of different properties from apartments and bungalows, through to detached executive style homes on the river side.

Ayrton View was built on the former site of the old Howgill Public House and is a short stroll away from the canal and not far from the Aqueduct Bridge which crosses the River Lune and into open countryside which was completed in 1797 and offers great views over Lancaster itself.

There are also local schools, shops and bus routes close to hand which makes this a very popular location.

Let's go inside

Once in the home you will find a space to hang your coats and line your shoes up. A window allows light to circulate through this room and a downstairs w/c is also present here.
The living room opens up to a really generous space where the present owner has a large corner sofa and space to dine. French doors open up to the patio and garden for yourselves, the children and pets to go out and enjoy . The walls are painted with a soft grey and the laminate floor keeps the room feeling and looking fresh. The kitchen has space for a a fridge freezer , washing machine and has cupboard space for storage. Units are of a pale oak effect and has anti slip flooring.

The first floor

Come upstairs where two of the three bedrooms can be found. The first room is a double and is located at the back of the home overlooking the garden. There is ample room for a double bed along with furniture you would require such as wardrobe and bedside furniture. The walls are painted in a soft blue and the carpet is cream which runs in and out of all the rooms and hallway.

The second bedroom is currently being used as an office with units all around however these can very easily be removed and leave you with a single bedroom. Pale blue walls and cream carpets decorate this room .

The window looks out over the front of the home and there is also a window on the landing to allow the light and ventilation to circulate the first floor.

The second floor

The second floor is dedicated solely to the master bedroom where there is ample space . A lovely little bay in the window features here and could be a perfect spot for a dressing table set right under the window? A cupboard houses the water tank and would double up as a place to store towels and bedding as it's nice and warm in here.

Nice fresh warm towels after a bath or shower....lovely!

Outside parking and gardens

There is an allocated space for one car outside the house. Friends and family can come and visit also and park just a little further up the cul-de-sac.
The garden is a lovely manageable size with patio and wood chip for ease of maintenance.

You can access the communal space at the back of the boundary gate where you put bins out on bin collection day.

  • Double glazed and central heated
  • Cul-de-sac location
  • Spacious home set over three floors
  • Parking
  • Enclosed Gardens
  • Close to schools and shops
  • Great access links to the motorway
  • Council tax band B
Floorplan for Ayrton View,  Beaumont -  A cul-de-sac location
EPC Graph for Ayrton View,  Beaumont -  A cul-de-sac location
3 Bedrooms 1 Receptions 2 Bathrooms Parking
This modern family home boasts an impressive master bedroom occupying the entire top floor. The layout is social. French doors open out from the spacious lounge diner to the rear garden. With a useful ground floor wc for visiting guests, this home is not to be missed.

Key Features

  • Double glazed and central heated
  • Cul-de-sac location
  • Spacious home set over three floors
  • Parking
  • Enclosed Gardens
  • Close to schools and shops
  • Great access links to the motorway
  • Council tax band B

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