Welcome to Arrow Lane in the peaceful village of Halton. A very popular location set at the far end of the village a minute walk from the local shops, fish & chip shop and doctors surgery. The position on the edge of the Village means the rolling hills of the Lune Valley are ever-present with wonderful views over Quernmore as well. Halton has a very well-regarded local primary school and a very active community center with a playground and a small skate park.
The wider world is very accessible from this little village with the M6 Motorway reachable within a 10-minute drive. Regular bus routes to Lancaster city centre are also available as well as the cycle path that can lead you up the valley to the natural beauty spot of the Crook of Lune near Caton or as far as Morecambe should you have the energy to make it that far.
6 Arrow Lane occupies a corner plot and is raised high above the road making it very impressive in stature. The house has been adorned with selective touches of Coniston Slate, most notably on the front of the house and the steps, path, and walls wrapping around the front garden. With multiple flower beds and rockery sat out front it's a very impressive introduction to the property.
The steps come from the side of the house and will bring you to the centrally positioned front door, a rather striking entranceway thanks to the open porch made with slate it offers a contrast to the pebble dashing on the rest of the exterior walls. Two symmetrically placed bay windows sit on either side of the front door and combined with the garden, slate touches, and rockery it gives this house wonderful curb appeal. As we would expect the front door leads us into the central hallway that connects all the rooms on the ground floor as well as the stairs. The house is in need of modernization and cosmetic improvement throughout but the potential on offer is huge. It does have UPVC Double Glazing and electric storage heaters.
There are opportunities to extend this house into the loft, to add to the one-bedroom currently up there as well as to the rear without compromising on losing too much outside space.
Lounge, Kitchen & Shower Room
The lounge is situated on the right-hand side of the hallway and is blessed with two large south & south-westerly facing windows allowing a lot of natural light into the room. At the far end of the room is a stone fire surround, again using Coniston Slate to continue the theme from outside, and has an electric fire. Alongside the fireplace is a large wooden double door that grants access to the kitchen.
The kitchen is placed at the rear of the property and is one of the few rooms, with the shower room, that has some refurbishment. A new countertop, sink, and units have been added on the far wall and are split in two by the back door to the conservatory. They have also added some stylish modern grey tiling to go with the new fittings. Sat centre stage in the middle of the room is a solid fuel cast iron range, similar to an Aga, set in a recess for access to the chimney and is fully tiled. The small summer house lets you into the garden and could act as a porch or has space for a few small chairs to enjoy the garden.
Walking in a counterclockwise direction brings us to the central hallway and adjacent to the kitchen is the shower room. It has been developed into a full wet room with free standing shower and mobility aids, it has also been fully tiled.
The house currently features three bedrooms, two of which are located on the ground floor and one occupying the first floor. The master bedroom is currently sat opposite the lounge on the left-hand side of the house and features two windows and some built-in wardrobes. If the layout of the house was the be rearranged or extensions added many people would consider changing this room to another reception room to give the home more living areas. The second bedroom completes the rear of the property alongside the shower room, again it has two windows that give views of the back garden and has a built-in wardrobe for extra storage and it is most suited to a single bed.
There is only one room upstairs and that is the third bedroom, it would fit a double bed as it also has two large built-in wardrobes to create more space. The small landing also has an airing cupboard and has a floor-level hatch into the loft space. There is a lot of space in the loft with huge scope for adding a dormer and adding more rooms.
Garden, Garage & Parking
The back garden is split into two sections, a small lawn that is protected from the street by a 9ft hedge that wraps around the rear driveway and a patio area that sits between the conservatory and the double garage. As this is a detached property you have a path circumventing the entire property.
At the far end of the plot, there is a double garage that can fit two cars and a small driveway that could fit another car, this is accessed via Pointer Grove.
Three Bed Bungalow
Large Lounge with feature
Three Piece Shower Room
Two Car Garage and One Car Driveway
Well Presented Front & Rear Garden
Modernisation Renovation Required
Cosmetic Improvement required
Fantastic Village Location
Are you looking for the opportunity to create your ideal home? 6 Arrow Lane may just be the house you have been waiting for. In the very popular village of Halton and packed with period features that will appeal to many. It will require modernisation and more than likely to be fully redecorated but when you consider the area and option to extend the house it could be well worth the effort.