Primrose is a very popular residential area of Lancaster, only a few minutes from the city centre. Homes in this area are predominately 2 and 3 bedroom terraces that were built circa 1890. Regular buses will ferry you in and out of the city centre, as well as to the University.
Excellent local schools are also in vicinity, along with convenience stores, takeaways and a popular public house. This area has it all!
This wonderful period home offers more living space than most on the street, due to it's location at the end of the row. This is evident immediately upon entering the home into the spacious living room. Big enough, in fact, to incorporate a table and chairs for dining. The focal point to this particular room has to be beautiful exposed stone chimney breast and inglenook fireplace, housing a warming wood burning stove.
As we head toward the rear of the home, we enter the good sized fitted kitchen - offering plenty of preparation areas, storage options and space for the necessary white goods you'll need. An electric oven and gas hob is integrated for convenience. A little further to the rear is the 3 piece bathroom. A clean, crisp, white suite with shower over bath, part tiled walls and vanity unit under sink. Access out to the rear yard is achieved in between the bathroom and kitchen, where buyers will find a great sized area with attractive decking space to sit and enjoy during the warmer months of the year. Finally on the ground floor is access down to the cellar, a space for storage and currently used as a workshop.
Two of the three bedrooms are located on the first floor, both to the front and rear elevation. A double to the front is well proportioned with the bedroom to the rear suited as a single (although it would accommodate a double is necessary) or office/study space. The third bedroom occupies the 2nd floor and of a great size. The dormer window to the front adds additional space, light and comfort. Across from this bedroom is an attic space for storage with Velux window. It is in here, with the addition of a dormer, that a potential fourth bedroom could be added.
- Larger than most of the homes on this street, due to it's location - meaning a wider home and bigger rear yard, that is South facing - Good sized gated and walled area to the front - Cosy wood burning stove in the living room - The home is gas central heated and double glazed throughout, the windows were replaced approximately 4 years ago - Space in the rear eaves on the top floor has a skylight installed. With the addition of a dormer (subject to planning and regs) this would make a great 4th bedroom - The gable end of the property has recently had the old render removed and completely re-pointed. - The cellar is currently used for storage and as a workshop
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End terrace period home
Spacious reception room
Three piece bathroom
Rear yard with seating area
Cellar for storage
Council Tax band A - £1,327.91 (min)pa 21/22
Located in 'Very low' flood risk area
This is a Freehold property
You'll be surprised at the space available within this period home. Being an end terrace, it occupies a larger plot than the rest of the street, meaning a wider home.....just look at the living room!!
With three bedrooms already and the potential for a fourth to be added, there is plenty of scope with this delightfully charming Lancaster home.