Scotforth is one of Lancaster's most sought after residential areas. South of the city centre yet within a short drive/walk of it, Scotforth benefits from a diverse mix of homes and properties from the old to the new.
There's an excellent range of shops and amenities and some of the area's most sought after schools are in the neighbourhood. Booths supermarket is also a stones throw away. It is well serviced by public transport and is perfectly placed for access to the city's major employers, both universities and the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.
Step inside and immediately notice the beautiful mosaic tiled floor, a key feature of these period homes and a welcomed one too! Throughout this particular property, you will notice period features galore, the tall ceilings, eye catching cornicing and ceiling roses, to the original internal doors and wood floors.
Two reception rooms, located to the front and rear of the ground floor, provide options for relaxing, dining and entertaining. Both have cosy heat sources for the winter in the form of a multi fuel burner and an original open fire. The huge windows ensure plenty of natural light and pleasant outlooks. From the rear reception room, access down to the lower ground floor kitchen and dining area is achieved. A gorgeous stone floor runs under your feet and a spacious kitchen area awaits, complete with French doors out to the rear garden. Ample room to dine can be found to, along with a storage area, utility space and W.C.
Set over the remaining two upper floors, you will find four double bedrooms. The main bedroom of course commanding the most space and a beautiful bay window. The family bathroom occupies the rear of the first floor and offers a 3 piece suite with shower over bath. It really is a spacious family home and having the luxury of four double bedrooms only adds to the 'pull' of this period property. You will no doubt want to come and put your own stamp on things and the potential is there to be seen, we think you'll love it!
Finally we have the rear garden, a delightfully private and peaceful area to enjoy with family and friends. Comprising of a patio area, lawn and further seating area to the rear, there's plenty of space to enjoy.
- The home is gas central heated throughout and the 'Vaillant' combination boiler is located in the bathroom, serviced annually. - There is a mix of single and double glazed windows, wood framed - including sash windows - A real open fire is located in the front reception and a multi fuel burner to the rear reception room - The home is set over 4 floors, including a lower ground floor kitchen/dining room, W.C and storage room. - Pleasant views and outlook from the rear reception room and top floor rear bedroom can be enjoyed - Private and generously proportioned garden with patio, lawn and further storage - This home is located in a 'Very low risk' flood area for Rivers and seas and a 'Very low risk' area for surface water
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Mid terrace period home, set over 4 floors
Four double bedrooms
Two reception rooms
Kitchen with separate dining area
Spacious family bathroom
Plenty of storage options
Bundles of character and charm
Private rear garden
Council Tax band C - £1,770.54 (min) Pa 21-22
This is a Freehold property
When you think of traditional Lancaster homes, this will no doubt instantly spring to mind.
Tall ceilings, real open fire, beautiful period features throughout and spacious rooms. This delightful property has been home to the current owners for a number of years. It is a beautiful home and has the great addition of a superb garden!