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£140,000

St. Annes Avenue, Bare - a true bungalow on a generous corner plot

A little about the area

St Annes Avenue is a cul de sac just off Fulwood Drive in the popular and sought after location of Bare.

The railway station is close by which connects the main West Coast line at Lancaster within minutes. Also the village of Bare itself has a whole array of local business, shops and amenities. including a local bakery, wine shop, coffee shop and local restaurants.

Happy Mount Park is not far away and of course the promenade is just at the end of Princes Crescent. In neighbouring village of Torrisholme you will find plenty more shops and local businesses. There are popular and active local churches in the areas too, and with one of the areas most sought after primary schools just a short distance away, you can see that the area really is great for families and the retired alike.

The living accommodation

The main entrance to the front of the home opens into the hallway which allows access to all the rooms available inside this true bungalow. There is also a hatch which opens to the loft space which some neighbouring homes have converted. The hallway also has space for you to store your coats and shoes before you enter the main living room.

We love how bright and airy the living room feels. This is partly thanks to the tasteful decoration which has been finished in a neutral fashion but largely down to the dual aspect to both the front and side of the home. To the centre of the room there is space to add your own electric stove which is the complete with a the fixed feature surround. French doors lead you out to the side of the home on the decked area which will be ideal during the warmer, summer months.

Once you are through to the kitchen you will certainly be impressed with the space on offer thanks to this room having been extended to create space to cook, space to store and space to dine. The owners have cleverly designed this space with a double electric built in oven and a matching electric hob along with space for all the other white goods which you would expect to have. The kitchen has windows which look out to both the side and rear of the home along with a glazed door which takes you to the rear garden.

Thanks to the kitchen being extended, there is also enough room here to add your own dining table so you and your family can enjoy sit down meals together in the evening which is always nice.

Two doubles and wet room

The master bedroom in this home is to the front of the property and looks out onto the low maintenance garden. This double bedroom offers plenty of space for your double bed and wardrobes to be added. The room sees the continuation of the neutral decoration which is always good to have in a bedroom. The wood effect laminate floor has also been replicated in the second bedroom.

The second room is also large enough to accommodate a double bed if needed and looks out into the enclosed garden at the rear of the home. This room could be used as a guest bedroom, a study or maybe even a dining room if you do not need a second bedroom. Like the rest of the home, the room has a bright and airy feel thanks to the large double glazed window and the neutral decoration.

Finally inside is the wet room which could be changed into a bathroom if needed however was adapted to suit the owners. The majority of this room has been tiled to complement and the electric shower is mounted to the wall and can be adjusted to the height you need. There is a frosted double glazed window to the rear elevation which allows in ample light and there is also a fitted shaver socket to one wall.

Corner plot position

To the front of the home outside there is a low maintenance garden area which has flagged and offers some mature planted bushes and tress to offer colour during the summer months. Gated access opens from the pathway which leads to the pathway which will lead you up to the front entrance.

To the side of the home, the low maintenance theme continues with a flagged seating area and a decked area which can be accessed directly from the living room. This space then continues around to the rear garden which is once again flagged and paved for ease of maintaining.

To the rear of the home there is also a driveway which provides off road parking and this leads to a detached garage which the owners have used for storage.

  • Semi Detached True Bungalow
  • Corner Plot of the Cul de Sac
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Three Piece Wet Room
  • Lounge with Patio Doors
  • Low Maintenance Gardens
  • Kitchen with Space to Dine
  • Driveway and Garage to the Side
  • Close to Bus Route & Bare Station
Floorplan for St. Annes Avenue, Bare - a true bungalow on a generous corner plot
EPC Graph for St. Annes Avenue, Bare - a true bungalow on a generous corner plot
2 Bedrooms 1 Receptions 1 Bathrooms
A superb true bungalow set on a corner plot. Will it be the two double bedrooms that first attract you or the low maintenance garden. This bungalow also as a very attractive price tag for such a sought after location.

Key Features

  • Semi Detached True Bungalow
  • Corner Plot of the Cul de Sac
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Three Piece Wet Room
  • Lounge with Patio Doors
  • Low Maintenance Gardens
  • Kitchen with Space to Dine
  • Driveway and Garage to the Side
  • Close to Bus Route & Bare Station

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