Bulk road is situated on the outskirts of Lancaster and within walking distance to the city centre in around 10 minutes. The canal is also close by for those who are keen walkers. Local schools both primary and secondary are also within walking distance along with corner shops, the M6 and Bay Gateway in around 3-4 minutes travelling time.
The closest shops are in the city centre , however there is a corner shop just across the road and a couple of takeaways for those Saturday evenings when you just want to chill and take a night off cooking.
The iconic Williamson Park is around 20 mins by foot where there is a cafe, The Butterfly House, Ashton Memorial and two parks. There are also plenty of areas to walk around within the park itself and it also plays host to open-air plays and open-air cinema nights in the warmer summer months.
The Gregson centre is another favourite with locals and two theatres being The Grand and the Dukes hosting plays and shows.
The ground floor living
Upon entering this home you will find to the front there is the living room which has been used as a bedroom by the previous owner. There is a gas fire as a focal point to the centre of the room and original storage cupboards. The bay window allows the natural light to enter with neutral decor running through.
The next room we come to is the dining area and/or living space. The fireplace currently has a radiator cover over it but could be altered and a fireplace put back as a feature for the room. Plenty of space would accommodate the dining room if this is what you would use it for but as you can see there is enough space for a suite and other items of furniture you may require. The floor is a laminate wood effect.
The kitchen is fitted with pale wood effect units and dark grey marbled worktops. The gas hob and electric oven are fitted and there is space for an under counter fridge and freezer along with a washing machine. The flooring is tiled here, handy for any spillages to be quickly cleaned up.
Access to the rear yard is found via the kitchen door and currently a yard, however, you can brighten this area up with artificial grass and pots and plants. Some bamboo or fencing will also transform the yard into a haven to sit and relax in.
The first floor living
Come upstairs where the three bedrooms and the family bathroom are found. The bathroom and the third bedroom sit straight ahead of you at the top of the stairs. The bathroom is fitted with a walk-in shower, the basin and w/c. The shower is tiled and the rest of the bathroom is painted in cream with a tiled floor to compliment. A frosted window allows for light ventilation and privacy.
The first bedroom is to the front of the home and is a spacious double with a lovely feature fireplace. The decor is neutral to the walls and floors.
The second bedroom is a single and again features an original fireplace in the room. The room would allow for other small items of furniture and again is decorated with neutral tones which follow on through the rest of the first floor.
The third bedroom is to the rear of the property and is a single. It would accommodate a double if you take away the fittings that are currently on the wall.
The outside space
The front of the home has a small space for some plants and maybe even a bench. The rear of the home is a yard and would be lovely with some artificial grass added and maybe a little table and chairs set.
Adding fairy lights also brightens the area up and makes it a lovely space to sit, relax and unwind with family friends or housemates.
Terraced home with city centre location
Gas central heated
Council tax band
Ideal BTL investment
In need of modernisation
Are you looking for a Buy to let investment with city centre location and fabulous links to the M6?
This home offers just that and perfect for those who commute on a daily basis.
If you are looking from an investment point of view, this home would reach around £550.00 per calendar month once improvements have been made.