Milking Stile Lane Lane is made up of a variety of homes from semi detached and detached homes through to the period three story terraces just like this one.
The street can be accessed by foot from the far end just off the desirable Westbourne Road which will also lead you into the City Centre within a five minute walk. The road itself actually has a children's nursery with a primary schools literally around the corner making the area very popular with young families.
Also close by you can find a local newsagents, a recently refurbished Spar convenience store and a small public house. This area benefits from being close to the local cricket ground and football grounds if you like to support your local teams.
Regular buses run just at the bottom of the road which will take you to the main bus station which has connections through to the University if needed.
Make your way up to the front door of Number 22 Milking Stile Lane, this mid-terrace home stands tall and proud. Step inside, the welcoming entrance hall greets you.
The stairs straight ahead take you up to the first floor and access to both reception rooms is available.
First, let's start with the front reception room...
The Ground Floor Living
The reception room located to the front of the home is a generous size, the large bay window allows for the space to flood with natural light. In need of minor decorative modernisation, this space has fantastic potential, the ceilings are high and the original cornicing is intact.
To the rear of the home is the second reception room, this space is again a generous size and lends itself perfectly to being either a dining space or second sitting room. Built in cupboards are neatly tucked in the alcoves, ideal for storage. Just before heading in to the kitchen is a handy under stairs storage cupboard, extensive in size, there is ample room available in the here.
The kitchen is neat and compact, built in cupboards provide ample storage and there is plenty of room for all necessary appliances.
The Bedrooms & Bathroom
Take the stairs up to the first floor, here you will find the master bedroom, a great size single room and the family bathroom.
The master bedroom is located to the front of the home, spanning the width of the property, this is a spacious room with plenty of built in storage and room for a double bed. The single bedroom on the first floor is perfectly suited for a child, visiting guests or to be used as a home office.
The family bathroom boasts a three piece white suite and is partially tiled for ease convenience. The hot water cylinder is located in airing cupboard in the bathroom.
Up on the second floor, you will find a further two bedrooms. The larger bedroom is located to the front of the home, spacious enough for a double bed and all necessary furnishings, there is built in storage available here too. The single bedroom mirrors that of the room on the first floor. Both bedrooms on the second floor boast a wonderfully private feel, being at the top of the home.
Step outside at Number 22 Milking Stile Lane, the rear yard is a generous size and houses two outbuildings.
An array of potted plants and some outdoor furniture wouldn't look out of place in this yard.
Mid Terrace Period Home
Four Bedrooms - Two are Doubles!
Two Generous Size Reception Rooms
Three Piece Bathroom
Ample Storage Throughout
Rear Yard with Outbuildings
In Need of Modernisation Throughout
On Street Parking
Quiet Location - Easy Access to City Centre
Welcome to Milking Stile Lane. A four bed period home with bags of potential.
This home really is all about the location, a stones throw to both Lancaster City Centre and countryside walks... this is a postcode which will be the envy of many.