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East Road, Lancaster - a period home with a garden and fabulous views!

Welcome to East Road

East Road is one of Lancaster's most prominent addresses, aptly named as it heads East from Lancaster's city centre. This is a tree-lined street with grand period homes, each with gardens. Lancaster Royal Boys Grammar School and the Cathedral School are on your doorstep. East Road is home to Lancaster Cathedral. Live here and you are in great company.

Moments away are Lancaster Canal and Williamson Park, perfect for dog walkers, morning runs or a simple stroll into the countryside. East Road is equidistant to the ever popular White Cross pub and The Gregson Centre. Lancaster City Centre is almost on your doorstep with it's vibrant and cultural nightlife and range of independent shops and boutiques.

Step inside

As you take the path, to the front door, you know that East Road is going to be special.

Step through the traditional red-painted front door. Go through the entrance vestibule and into the hallway. You'll be pleased to discover the original Victorian tiled floor still features. The stairs ahead lead to the upper floors. Original matching doors lead through to the ground floor rooms. Begin by turning left into the living room.

The ground floor

This period home with its high ceilings offers a spacious open plan living room. Take note of the bay window with its opening sash window. An open working fire sits back in the fireplace creating a warming focal point. The decor is simple in white giving you the ideal blank canvas. Glossy teak and mahogany floors flow through to the dining room - it gives a seamless feel.

The dining area is spacious enough for the largest of families to dine and entertain. It feels light and bright. The working sash window looks out over the garden. To either side of the stone inglenook fireplace, original shelving and cupboards are inset into the alcoves. Next is the kitchen....

The modern galley style kitchen has a social feel, opening out in the glazed sunroom. The units are finished in cream gloss with solid worksurfaces. Open shelving will appeal to true cooks. Exposed stone walls add to the original character of the home. Enjoy morning coffee feeling the warmth of the sun and sip evening drinks watching the sun set as you relax looking out over the garden.

The first floor

The spacious master bedroom spans the front of the home. It has two defined areas - a walk through dressing area with space for the largest of wardrobes and the sleeping quarters which easily houses a king-sized bed. Twin sash windows look out over the tree-lined street.

The 2nd bedroom on this level is also a double bedroom. Admire the panelling that surrounds the original paned sash window. Take a look at the view. Despite being on the edge of the city, this home has an unusually open outlook.

The 4-piece family bathroom impresses. A modern Victoria and Albert free standing bath takes centre stage. There is a walk-in wet area, the powerful shower operating directly off the gas boiler. Offering ample storage this bathroom is beautifully tiled, finished in a classic tumbled travertine and natural stone mosaic squares.

The 2nd floor

Head up to the next floor. The 3rd bedroom spans the front of the home, its footprint matching that of the master suite below. This is a light and airy room with twin sash windows looking out over the tree-lined street below. The 4th bedroom is also a double, the sizing the same as the 2nd bedroom below. The views though from this height are even better. The best view in the house has to be from this floor's utility room, looking out towards Morecambe Bay and the Cumbrian Fells.

This upper floor also has a 3-piece suite shower room in white.

The cellar rooms

Do you need a home which has storage?

East Road has a superb double cellar which makes for excellent storage. Wide stone steps lead down from the kitchen. This is a traditional cellar with reasonable head height. The original stone flag floor still features along with the stone slab table which would have been originally used as refrigeration for meat, cheese and milk. It would make an excellent workshop or even wine cellar!

The garden and view

Step outside into the walled garden. Imagine having your own lawned garden and living so close to the city centre. Even better, this garden is not overlooked. Take a seat at the table and admire the perfect view of Lancaster Castle. The garden has uninterrupted views to the west, it's perfect for enjoying a BBQ with friends whilst watching the glorious evening sunsets.

  • A beautiful period home set over 3 floors
  • 4 bedrooms (all are double bedrooms)
  • Spacious open plan lounge
  • Open fire and a multi fuel stove
  • Cream dine-in kitchen with solid wooden worksurfaces
  • 4-piece bathroom with roll top bath
  • Many original features
  • Large cellar rooms make for excellent storage
  • Views across Morecambe bay towards the Cumbrian fells.
Floorplan for East Road, Lancaster - a period home with a garden and fabulous views!
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4 Bedrooms 3 Receptions 2 Bathrooms
Welcome to East Road. A period family home in an exceptional city centre location neighbouring Lancaster Cathedral.

This is a 4 bed home with a sunny garden and superb Morecambe Bay and Lancaster Castle views. If you like original features - this home is for you.

Key Features

  • A beautiful period home set over 3 floors
  • 4 bedrooms (all are double bedrooms)
  • Spacious open plan lounge
  • Open fire and a multi fuel stove
  • Cream dine-in kitchen with solid wooden worksurfaces
  • 4-piece bathroom with roll top bath
  • Many original features
  • Large cellar rooms make for excellent storage
  • Views across Morecambe bay towards the Cumbrian fells.

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