Perfectly situated in the heart of Bare, Grange Street takes full advantage of its wonderful location. Just a few streets back from Princes Crescent with its array of locally runs shops and businesses as well as a number of pubs and a stone's throw away from the Promenade at the end of the street. As soon as you step out of your door Morecambe Bay is staring right back at you.
One of, if not the, most popular area in Morecambe, Bare has so much to offer. Great access to local schools, fantastic transportation links via Train, Bus or Road as well as a large park, golf club and so much more.
About this Home
This charming property has been decorated and renovated to maximize the space while also highlighting some of the wonderful period features. Wonderfully presented from top to bottom in a fashion that is very much in keeping for a property of this type. An open-plan kitchen dining area acts as the heart of the home, with the kitchen overlooking the back garden with its L-Shaped units and gaps for freestanding appliances, and a separating countertop acting as a breakwater to the dining room. A separate lounge occupies the front with a lovely bay window and open-hearth and subtle wall lighting.
Downstairs the cellar has been fully converted & tanked and is now home to two further reception areas with built-in storage, currently a reading room and art studio this could easily be a home gym, office, or children's playroom. Venturing up to the first floor you may be surprised to find yet another reception room, the removal of the landing wall has created a bright sitting room. A central cast iron fireplace acts as a focal point in this fantastic living space. We also find a four-piece bathroom room with a standalone shower and full-length bathtub. Our Master Bedroom sits at the front of the first floor and benefits from two windows to maximize light as well as ample room for a king-sized bed with a great floorplan. Directly above this one, the second floor is the second bedroom, a similar size that has a dormer window that offers views of the Bay when we find the correct angle. The third bedroom overlooks the rear of the property and would be best suited as a single or child room.
To the rear of the house is a private backyard, the eminence of an old outhouse act as a bin store with the majority of the space being patio. A raised flower bed to the far end gives the chance to add some greenery or maybe grow your own vegetables. This would be a great place to sit out on a late summer evening with friends & family.
- Fully converted cellar - Vaillant combi boiler fitted in 2018 - Hive heating control system - Double Glazed throughout - Smeg stove to be included with sale - Beautifully presented with some original features - Flood Risk: Low/Very Low
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Three Bed Terrace House
Five Reception Rooms
Open Plan Kitchen Diner
Four Piece Bathroom
Gas Central heating
Council Tax: B £1627 min
This is a Freehold Property
Have you been looking for a period property close to the seafront?
If so this may just be the house for you. This beautifully presented three-bed terrace boasts five reception rooms, with a converted cellar and open plan kitchen. there is a lot to like and we are sure you will agree.