Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, with views over the countryside, Artlebeck Road is a home which offers more than first meets the eye. Set in a quiet cul-de-sac of similarly styled homes, this home feels both peaceful and tranquil. How many homes can boast a country cottage styled garden which leads to down to the babbling brook?
Caton is a highly regarded village, located in the heart of the Lune Valley. It is a village with a great sense of community - one which has local shops, a popular primary school, fabulous walks and it is surrounded by countryside. The beauty of Caton though also comes through its convenience. Junction 34 of the M6 is just 2 miles and the University of Lancaster can be reached in just 10 minutes by car.
Open the wrought iron gate and follow the path to the Upvc white entrance door. Step inside, the stairs ahead lead upto the bedrooms and family bathroom. Turn left into the spacious lounge. The kitchen and conservatory are just beyond.
The ground floor living areas
The spacious lounge is large enough to house a growing family. There is space for twin sofas. The decor is modern, in simple plain neutral shades, the recesses either side of the chimney breast enhanced in taupe. Honey-toned laminate flooring flows through.
The kitchen is light and airy. Traditional white units provide ample storage. The dusky pink stone effect worksurfaces extend into a breakfast bar - ideal for casual dining. The fridge freezer is integrated and there is plumbing for a washing machine.
Set back under the stairs is a traditional walk-in pantry. French doors open from the kitchen into the uPVC double glazed conservatory.
The conservatory really enhances the living space, spanning the full width of the home. It has been designed for all year round use - gas central heating has been installed, ensuring you keep warm and cosy on the colder days and evenings.
The laminate floor matches that of the lounge, chosen for easy maintenance - it's ideal for when coming with wet feet from the garden. French doors open out to the rear cottage garden.
The first floor
On the first floor, there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom which features a corner, whirlpool style bath.
The master bedroom to the front as a range of built-in wardrobes providing his and her storage - there is enough space for those that have lots of clothes! The 2nd bedroom, also a double - looks out over the cottage garden, whilst the third bedroom makes for an excellent child's bedroom or even home office.
Pull down the ladder and take a peek at the attic. It's fully boarded and it has power and light. The gas combination boiler is discreetly tucked away up here.
The attic has good height and makes for excellent storage.
The gardens and outbuildings
The garden has to be the crowning glory to this family home. Step outside on to the paved patio. The two outhouses to your right provide further storage.
Follow the garden on to the lawn and slowly walk down to the brook. You'll notice the growing herbs, the strawberry plants and plentiful rhubarb. Sit on the bench at the end of the garden. Take a moment to pause and listen to the flowing brook.
You are surrounded by nature and it's just at the end of your garden.
A 3 bed family home
Located in a quiet cul-de-sac location
Cottage garden which backs onto Artlebeck
Spacious lounge perfect for growing families
Modern kitchen with lots of storage
Large conservatory with gas central heating
3 -piece bathroom with whirlpool bath
Two outbuildings and a boarded attic for storage
No chain - we can move quickly on this one
Imagine a home where the garden runs down to the beck. A home where the garden has views.
Now add 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, a spacious fitted kitchen and a large conservatory. Is this the perfect family home? No chain