Where is Ambleside Road?
Welcome to Ambleside Road, one of the most in-demand streets on the Ridge due to its rural outlook, tree-lined road and quiet tucked away position. This is a street which has little passing traffic - cars that come here tend to live here or be visitors.
Live on the Ridge and you are just a 10-minute walk from the centre of Lancaster. You have easy access to Junction 34 of the M6 which is under 2 miles. Enjoy relaxing walks along the nearby canal.
For those with families, Castle View Primary School, Christchurch Primary School and Central High School are both in walking distance - only 10 mins
As you approach 76 Ambleside Road, notice the tree lined street on which it is situated. Elevated slightly from the road, this home sits proudly at the end of a row of terrace properties. As with the majority of homes on this road, there are two front doors to enter through. The first to your left as you walk down the path, will lead you into the utility area and kitchen beyond. The second will lead you into the entrance hallway of the home, where access into all downstairs rooms is granted.
Straight ahead you will find stairs leading up to the 1st floor rooms and attic conversion.
Ground floor rooms
From the entrance hallway, take a right into the living room. Decorated in modern and elegant tones, this particular room is perfect for relaxing in come the evening. A large window looks out to the front, allowing lots of natural light within. To the far corner you will notice part glazed, internal French doors leading into the separate dining room.
As you wander through, notice the continuation of decoration into this wonderfully bright and airy dining space. Largely thanks to the recently installed French doors to the rear. This room acts brilliantly as a space to entertain friends and family, however there is the option to potentially knock through to the adjoining kitchen, creating a enviable kitchen/diner.
The kitchen itself is a great size and offers lots of cabinetry for storage, along with plenty of worktop surfaces for preparation. Space for all the necessary white goods is provided, along with an integrated oven and electric hob. Access out to the rear garden is achieved via a uPVC door and access into the separate utility room is afforded from the kitchen too.
Bedrooms and bathroom
From the central staircase, make your way up to the 1st floor. At the top, take a left and notice handy storage at the end of the landing space. To the front of the home is the first of 3 bedrooms located on this floor. Currently being used as a nursery, it would be perfect as a child's bedroom, guest room or study, depending on your needs. Internal storage is provided within this room.
Across the landing you will find the family bathroom. Comprising of a white 3 piece suite, bath with shower over, wash basin and low flush toilet - this fully tiled bathroom is a great size for a family.
Next door, and a little further down the landing you will find the 2nd bedroom of the home. This light and airy room overlooks the rear garden and is decorated in neutral tones. Space for a double bed is available, along with additional furniture to suit.
Across the way and overlooking the front of the home, is the master bedroom. A truly great sized room, capable of accommodating a large double bed and furniture to suit. Two windows overlooking the front allow so much natural light within, really brightening the room.
The converted attic & rear garden
Accessed from the 1st floor landing via a fixed staircase is the loft room, ideal for storage.
The rear garden is a tiered design, with a patio area directly out of the French doors of the dining room. This is the ideal spot to relax around a table during the summer months. Two further tiers of laid to lawn space is provided as you make your way up the central steps. At the top, you have another area to sit and relax on, looking back at the home itself. Additional - out door space can be found to the side of the home, where a handy storage shed is located, along with access out to the front.