About the location
The Crescent can be found in Hest Bank, a beautiful village located on the Morecambe Bay Coast. Comprised mainly of bungalows built in the 1960s and 70s, this area offers plenty of pleasant views, coastal walks and amenities including a post office, village shop and three pubs. There is a good local primary school, and a vibrant community. Hest Bank also benefits from excellent transport links, with regular bus routes between Carnforth and Lancaster, both with railway stations on the West Coast mainline. The M6 motorway is also within easy reach.
Enter the property
The entrance to the bungalow is via a handy entrance vestibule, complete with hooks to hang your coats, and space for your boots and shoes. The front door is fitted with an attractively designed stained glass effect, letting light flow into the property. There are steps leading up to the front door.
This vestibule leads into the hallway, which has access into the lounge, kitchen, bathroom and both double bedrooms. The decor is in good condition throughout the home, with neutral carpets and wallpaper.
The living accommodation
The lounge feels relaxing and warm, with a central fireplace and large bay window letting in plenty of light. The fireplace is a beautiful feature, with brass surround, cream tiles and dark wood mantelpiece. There is space for a three piece suite here, and a television unit, as well as additional storage you may wish to include. The carpets are blue, while the wallpaper is neutral below the picture rail, and white above.
As you move through to the kitchen-diner, you'll enter the heart of the home. With country-style fitted units and warm coloured tiles along the wall, this space offers the perfect area to prepare meals and entertain friends. There is plenty of work space, and room for a dining table. A door leads out from the kitchen to the rear porch, which is fully double glazed and offers additional living space and access to the rear garden.
The bedrooms and bathroom
The bathroom has a white three piece suite, with a shower above the bath and a storage unit underneath the sink. A frosted window lets light in from the side elevation. The walls are fully tiled, for ease of cleaning and for a modern look.
The master bedroom is a spacious double room, with grey carpets and wallpaper. A large window overlooks the front of the property, with views looking towards the coast. The second bedroom is also a generously sized room, with space for a double bed and views onto the rear garden.
The gardens, driveway & garage
This property sits in a large plot, as you would expect from a detached bungalow. There are several different spaces to sit outside, meaning you can eat breakfast outside on the patio during the warmer months, and enjoy a glass of wine in the garden during the evenings. The front garden is attractively set out with gravel, paving stones and established bushes around the edge.
At the side of the house is a fully gravelled driveway, providing parking space for at least two cars. A garage sits at the end of the driveway and has power and light. The garden is fully enclosed, with hedges along three sides and a wall at the front.