Salisbury Road is located in South Lancaster, close to the Railway Station and only a short walk from the city centre. The area comprises of a mix of homes from Victorian terraces, through to new modern townhouses and attracts a diverse clientele.
There are good local amenities and schools close by, with regular buses heading in to and out of the city centre and also to the university. St George's Quay is only a short walk away, where you will find local pubs and restaurants. The Millennium Bridge takes you by foot over towards Morecambe, and you can reach the M6 in under 10 minutes by car.
Step into this character filled and inviting period home and be presented with original encaustic tile flooring, eye catching cornicing and a beautiful stained glass internal door. Take a left into the front facing lounge and immediately notice the beautiful original cornicing once more and the gorgeous wooden floorboards. The decoration is light and tasteful, very complementary of the period features on show. This inviting room serves perfectly as a relaxing space to use come day or night.
Next door is the dining room, again displaying original tile flooring and in-built solid wood cupboards and drawers- perfect for storage. The charm continues in the form of an English made cast iron wood burner, surrounded by an attractive stone fireplace. This particular wood burner has been recently serviced with the chimney swept annually. You'll love entertaining family and friends around a dining table in this room! Just beyond you will find the kitchen for the home, offering cream shaker style cabinets, preparation areas and a handy pantry with in-built solid wood shelving. The Worcester Bosch combination boiler is located within the kitchen, fitted in 2015 and serviced annually since.
Up we go to the first floor and find a gorgeous 3 piece bathroom to the the rear, part tiled walls are presented with a 3 piece suite, including shower over bath. The two bedrooms will both accommodate double beds and additional furniture to suit. The 2nd bedroom benefits from in-built storage and a large window overlooking the rear. The master bedroom will provide a spacious, relaxing and character filled retreat to take advantage of after a long day.
Finally we have the attractive and peaceful rear courtyard, perfect for sitting out in during the warmer months of the year, also giving access to the outhouse, conveniently plumbed for water and electric.
Extra Useful Infomation
- This home dates back to circa 1900 - It has host of original features - It is UPVC Double glazed - It is gas central heated. The Worcester gas combination boiler is located in the kitchen. It has been serviced annually - The wood burning stove is serviced annually and the chimney swept - The out house has electricity and plumbing. The washer machine is located here - The rear courtyard faces west - This home is council tax band A
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Mid terrace period home
Two double bedrooms
Lounge to the front
Separate dining room
Shaker style kitchen
Outhouse with plumbing for a washing machine
3 piece bathroom
Packed full of character features
This is a freehold property
Are you looking for a period home that is crammed full of original features and has both character and charm?
Salisbury Road is a spacious 2-bed period home with 2 reception rooms. You'll love the dining room with its wood-burning stove and the original tiled floor flowing through to the cottage style shaker kitchen. It also has a very attractive west facing courtyard!