When you think of community spirit, leafy streets and period homes, Fairfield immediately springs to mind. It is one of the only areas in Lancaster City, having its very own residents association, formed to protect the open green area, play areas for children and the allotments.
Close to the city centre (within walking distance) it is also ideal for commuters and city workers. Lancaster train station is close by and only a 5 minute walk away. There are excellent local schools including Dallas Rd Primary within the catchment area.
Entering this wonderful home, you are immediately introduced to character and period features galore. The original cornicing catches your eye, the beautiful tiled floors, maybe the high ceilings and picture rails still present and in use will make you smile - it really is a charming home compete with modern touches and tasteful decoration throughout.
The two reception rooms on the ground floor have been opened up into one another, creating a bright and useful space. Relax, dine and entertain all in one. the modern kitchen to the rear has plenty of cabinetry and work surfaces, along with all the room necessary for white goods. It is from this kitchen that access out to the delightful west facing rear yard is achieved and the handy cellar, used for storage.
All four bedrooms within this home will easily accommodate a double bed and additional furniture to suit. The 1st floor is home to the master bedroom overlooking the front elevation and the 2nd bedroom to the middle of the floor. As you would expect with this period home, the master is a great size offering a huge bay window with window seat to boot. Also located on the first floor is the family bathroom, beautifully presented and incorporating a stylish roll top bath with shower over.
Two more great sized double bedrooms await on the top floor, perfect for teenagers or as guest rooms/office space. Fabulous views of Lancaster castle can be enjoyed from the original dormer window to the front elevation.
Extra useful information
- Beautifully presented period home full of character and charm - Gas central heated, the combination boiler is located in the kitchen and is serviced yearly - Original single glazed sash windows throughout - Restored original mosaic floor tiles in the hallway and vestibule, plus original quarry floor tiles in the kitchen - Modern 'Shaker' style kitchen with space for all the necessary white goods - Working open fire to front reception room - Good sized cellar used for storage, including underfloor insulation - West facing rear yard
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Mid terrace period home set over 3 floors
4 bedrooms (all will accommodate doubles)
Two reception rooms
Modern kitchen to the rear
Gorgeous family bathroom with roll top bath
Real wood floors throughout majority of the home
West facing rear yard
Cellar used for storage
This is a Freehold property
Original features galore, high ceilings, beautiful cornicing and sash windows - If you're looking for a typical period Lancaster home with plenty of living space, then look no further.
Just look at the window seat in the master bedroom....amazing!