Galgate is a popular semi-rural village that is located approximately 4 miles south of the city centre and only a short drive away from the university. There are excellent local amenities including two village pubs, a vintage tea shop, spar shop, hairdressers and post office. Junction 33 off the M6 is close by, making this area very handy for commuters. The canal that runs past the village offers pleasing country walks.The village primary school is highly regarded and is in fact located off Chapel street!
What to expect
Inside this mid terrace home you will find that the owners have decorated the property throughout in a modern and neutral style. The ground floor offers a cosy snug to the front of the home and a very spacious open plan second reception room leading to the kitchen, overlooking the rear garden. Upstairs you will find two well proportioned bedrooms and a three piece bathroom suite with a shower above the bath. Outside to the rear there is a good sized garden with a patio area and a long lawned area with gated access to the rear service lane.
The ground floor
We enter the home into a handy vestibule and continue through into a cosy snug. With fresh and light decor, laminate flooring and a large window offering ample natural light, it is certainly a pleasant welcome.
From here steps lead down into the larger, open plan living space. This reception room overlooks the rear garden and is open to the spacious kitchen. Sporting a neutral decor scheme, beech effect laminate flooring and a modern wall mounted fire it offers space for both a second lounge and a dining area.
The kitchen sits to the rear of the home and features modern units with white fronts and chrome style handles. There are granite effect roll top work surfaces and a white and lime tiled splash back adds a vibrant, modern twist. There is space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine available along with an electric cooker. A rear exit door opens out into the garden.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
The master bedroom is situated to the front of the home and features beech effect laminate flooring to compliment the soft cream walls. There is ample space for a double bed along with space for accompanying furniture.
The second bedroom is similarly decorated and again is large enough to be classed as a double room with fresh, neutral decor and a window looking out into the rear garden.
The 3 piece family bathroom features a white suite comprising of bath with shower overhead, toilet and wash basin. Built in storage hides the water tank and offers a great airing cupboard.
The rear garden
The rear of the home has a paved patio area straight from the back door, which could be used for a table and chairs to sit and relax. This then leads onto a long lawned garden area with stepping stones leading down to the far end where you will find gated access out to the rear service lane.
2 Double Bedrooms
2 Reception Rooms
Gas Central Heating
Modern Kitchen & Bathroom
Desirable village location
Council tax band A
EPC Rating D
This home will appeal to many as it is close to a school, a range of amenities and has easy access to the City of Lancaster and the M6 Motorway. There are two bedrooms, two reception rooms and a modern fitted kitchen and bathroom all neutrally decorated. There is even a garden to the rear!