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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
Anglezarke, Priory Road, Ulverston
DIRECTIONS From our offices in County Square continue across County Road into Victoria Road. Proceed along Victoria Road into Park Drive and take a right-hand turning into Well Lane. Proceed along Well Lane into Priory Road passing out of Ulverston. Continue past Bardsea caravan centre and Anglezarke is the next grouping of properties on your right hand side marked by a Poole Townsend board.
ACCOMMODATION The property is approached by gently sloped off road parking area running alongside the front garden leading up to a wooden decked steps with a wooden balustrade providing access to a UPVC front door with patterned and coloured glass. The front door opens onto the entrance hall.
ENTRANCE HALLWAY An inviting entrance hallway has been finished with exposed wooden floorboards and neutral decor throughout. The hall has wall mounted lighting and a radiator while providing further access to the lounge, dining room, utility area and stairs to the first floor with understairs storage cupboard beneath.
LOUNGE 13'6" (4.12 m) x 12'2" (3.72 m) A large reception room located to the front of the property which centres around a coal effect gas fire with dark wood surround and polished stone back and hearth.
The room has been neutrally decorated and provides a pleasant reception area with ample space for settees and recess storage space either side of the chimney breast.
The room provides television and power points along with wall mounted and overhead lighting and has been finished with full height double glazed double doors to the front aspect providing an outlook across the front garden and further to open fields along with access to a raised decked balcony surrounded by a wooden balustrade and banister is suitable for housing a seating area or table and chairs for enjoying the views.
DINING ROOM 11'5" (2.49 m) x 13'2" (4.03 m) An attractive dining space finished with exposed wooden floorboards throughout and providing ample space for a dining table and chairs along with further display furniture. The room has neutral decor throughout and an electric fireplace as a central feature with wooden surround and tiled hearth. The room has open archway access to the breakfast kitchen and provides a double panel radiator and power points.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 18'4" (5.59 m) x 10'6" (2.21 m) The breakfast kitchen is a full width extension running across the rear of the property which was built circa 2009 and provides a large open plan space with a pitched roof and two double glazed Velux windows to the ceiling. The kitchen area features a three sided work surface with a built in breakfast bar which has been finished with fitted base and wall units and a display cabinet.
The surface contains a one and a half sink drainer unit with traditional style mixer taps and has been finished with red brick effect splash back tiling. The kitchen area also features space for a range cooker with a fitted extractor hood over while the room has tiled flooring throughout with under floor heating beneath.
The kitchen area has a double glazed window to the rear aspect looking out onto the rear garden and has open plan access to a further reception space/dining area. This area currently houses a settee with the potential to seek a table and chairs and benefits from a full height double glazed folding door giving out into the rear garden. The breakfast kitchen has multiple power points and overhead spotlighting along with open access to the utility area.
UTILITY AREA 7'11" (2.42 m) x 9'4" (2.84 m) Developed from the original kitchen the utility room provides a full depth single surface with recess space beneath housing a washing machine and dryer and dishwasher while to the opposite side of the room is space for an upright chest fridge freezer with storage cupboards surrounding. The room has tiled flooring throughout and a double glazed window to the side aspect while providing overhead spotlighting and power points.
Stairs from the hallway lead up past a double glazed tilt and turn window and onto the first floor landing. The landing in turn provides further access to three bedrooms, family bathroom and a separate WC along with a further flight of stairs to the second floor.
BEDROOM ONE 11'6" (3.51 m) x 13'3" (4.04 m) The master bedroom is a large double bedroom finished with contrasting papered decoration throughout and is situated to the front of the property. The room provides a double glazed window to the front aspect looking out across the front garden and providing pleasant views to open fields and hills to the distance along with the Hoad monument.
The bedroom has recessed space either side of the chimney breast ideal for display or storage furniture and provides television and power points as well as a double panel radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 11'6" (3.50 m) x 12'3" (3.74 m) A second large double bedroom located to the first floor providing a double glazed tilt and turn window overlooking the rear garden and onto adjacent open fields. The room has recessed storage space either side of a chimney breast and has been neutrally decorated while providing television and power points.
BEDROOM THREE 7'11" (2.43 m) x 8'9" (2.69 m) The third bedroom provides a single bedroom which is currently used as a home office and nursery. The room has space for a workstation and has been finished with papered decoration while providing a double glazed window to the front aspect with views out across open fields and towards hills.
BATHROOM 7'10" (2.41 m) x 6'7" (2.00 m) A family bathroom which provides a low-level bath with wooden side panel and traditional style mixer taps along with a separate shower cubicle containing a Triton shower and a further pedestal wash hand basin. The room has full height tiling throughout and tiled flooring along with a heated towel rail and double glazed window to the side aspect.
WC A separate low-level WC with half height tiling to surround and a double glazed window to the side aspect.
Stairs from the first-floor landing lead to the second floor and the fourth bedroom.
BEDROOM FOUR 18'3" (5.57 m) x 11'11" (3.64 m) maximum measurements with reduced head height. This is a large double bedroom built into the original roof space of the property by the current owners providing two double glazed Velux windows to the front aspect and a further Velux window to the rear or with attractive views across open fields.
The room provides ample space for further furniture including a workstation and vanity area while the room has television and power points as well as overhead lighting and a single panel radiator.
EXTERNALLY The property is approached via a gently sloping off road parking area for several cars which runs alongside the lawn garden with planted front and side borders. To the back of the garden is a raised decking accessed from the lounge providing an ideal seating area with attractive views to the front.
To the rear of the property is a stone flagged patio area and steps leading up to a rear lawn garden with planted side borders and further stone flagged drying area. To the rear of the garden is a decking suitable for housing chairs and sitting adjacent to an open field. The garden also provides space to house a large summer house/storage shed.
Please note that the vendor is a relative of a member of staff at Poole Townsend.