Welcome to Aberdeen Road, a popular residential street in Moorlands, conveniently located in close proximity to the City centre and a short walk to Williamson Park. There are many amenities close by, including a local convenience store for your everyday needs.
From Aberdeen Road, you can walk into the city, to the University of Cumbria and also the hospital. In just a few minutes you can be strolling along the banks of Lancaster Canal. If you are looking for convenience, this could be it!
Reception rooms and kitchen
Make your way into the handy vestibule where you can conveniently hang your coats and store your shoes before entering the first of two beautiful and charming reception rooms. You'll immediately notice the unique tiled floor and original open fireplace to the centre of the room. The room itself is currently decorated in a deep red, complimenting the wooden internal door leading to the 2nd reception room.
Access into the central dining room comes via two ways from the front facing living room, either side of the staircase leading to the bathroom and two bedrooms. Once more this room benefits from the gorgeous tile floor and pleasing decoration. With room to dine and relax, this 2nd reception room is wonderful. The star of the show in this space has to be the inglenook fireplace - exposed and used for storage/decorative purposes currently.
Further to the rear of the home and enter in to the recently installed kitchen. The dark grey and contemporary units really stand out, providing plenty of storage options along with the beautiful worktop surfaces. Integral appliances include an electric oven and gas hob, washing machine and dishwasher. Space for a tall freestanding fridge freezer is available to (the ver has informed is this will be staying). Access out to the garden space is achieved via the rear door from the kitchen.
Bedrooms and bathroom
As you make your way up the central staircase to the first floor rooms, directly in front is the bathroom. Beautiful exposed wood floors await, complimenting the royal blue decoration and dark grey tiles around the bath. You may wish to change the suite within this room, however it is in a very good condition. Storage is available within and houses the combi boiler for the house.
Either side of the stairs are the 2 double bedrooms on offer. Both equally great in size. The master overlooking the front of the property has plenty of room for a double bed and furniture to suit with neutral decoration. The exposed wood floors continue the theme of charm and character.
The second double bedroom displays a warm earth colour to the walls, a large window allowing plenty of natural light within and the stripped back floorboards once more. A double bed and furniture can easily be accommodated.
The rear garden
Accessed either from the rear kitchen door or side shared ginnel, the split level yard and garden is a real bonus for this style of property. To the top is a great space for table and chairs on the decking area, quiet, peaceful and secluded. Take a few steps further down and find a gorgeous, lush and green area to enjoy come the warmer months.
A little cutting back of the foliage here and there and you can find yourself in a tranquil little spot.
Mid terrace period home
2 double bedrooms
2 reception rooms
Modern fitted kitchen in grey gloss
Bathroom on first floor
Original features throughout
Private and generous rear yard and garden
Council Tax Band A
Looking for a spacious 2 bed home with bags of character and charm then this mid terrace property could be the one for you. With a spacious bathroom on the first floor, contemporary kitchen and split level private rear yard and garden, you'll love what you see!