5 bedroom terraced house for saleFountain Street, Ulverston, Cumbria
- 3 Storey Double Fronted Home
- Excellent Central Location
- Numerous Character Features
- 3 Useful Cellar Rooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen with Good Outlooks
- 5 Double Bedrooms
- EPC - D
Rare opportunity for this three storey, five bed period house. Excellent central location with a rear patio garden and numerous character features. Modern fitments, UPVC double glazing and gas central heating; an interesting property (circa 1750). The property benefits from three most useful cellar rooms including radiators and electrics. Two reception rooms, kitchen with good outlooks and five double bedrooms with a four piece family bathroom. A super forecourted double fronted property...
Approach - White UPVC front door has opaque double glazed panes, with borrowed light above, affords access from the front of the property into the hall.
Entrance Hall Extends To - 3.80m (12'6") - Single radiator with thermostat, oak style laminate flooring. Decor of chalk white. Stripped pine doors to two reception rooms. Doorway to the rear hall.
Rear Hall Extends To - 3.07m (10'1") - Smoke alarm, single radiator with thermostat.
Lovely decor of taupe and white with dado rail. There is access to the stairs, also to the cellar.
UPVC door with double glazed pane leads externally to the rear.
Reception One - 4.75m x 3.56m (15'7" x 11'8") - With UPVC double glazed, Georgian style windows, tilt and turn opening panes - facing both the front and side elevation. A central feature is the black cast multi fuel stove, recessed to the chimney breast (by AGA), with glazed opening door, riven blue slate hearth.
Within the lounge there are two double radiators, three double power points, telephone point, TV aerial with Sky link.
There is good ceiling height of 2.62m, with exposed Scotch pine beams, exposed and attractive pine floor boarding. Decor of cream and white with mid wall border. A super room reflecting the character and appeal of the property.
Reception Two - 3.57m x 2.74m (11'9" x 9'0") - With UPVC , double glazed Georgian style (paned) window, tilt and turn opening pane - faces the front elevation, a good and convenient location. There is a fitted black cast AGA multi fuel stove with glazed door, green slate hearth. One double power point.
This room enjoys the good ceiling height, with pine timbers. Alcove recess with shelving.
A super room as a further family room, or dining purposes. Stripped pine door to the hall, open access with a step to the kitchen.
Kitchen - 3.78m x 2.36m (12'5" x 7'9") - With window and opening pane to the rear (pleasant outlook) .
The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of modern and attractive, light oak shaded, base and wall units pewter and pattern handles, pelmet lighting, cornice and a granite pattern (blue/charcoal shades) work surface. Inset white Belfast sink with chrome fitments. Black gloss recess tiling and glazed mosaic motif.
Filter cooker hood with fan and light, recess for both fridge and freezer. Recess for range cooker (cooker negotiable upon sale). Recess and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Numerous power points, open access/vision to the dining room. Built in unit with the gas boiler.
Cellar - Stone steps leads from the back of the rear hall to the cellar.
This comprises of three useful rooms, Room One3.50m x 3.4m, Room Two 4.3m x 3.4m, Room Three 3.5m x 2.06m. Three radiators, electric power point, water tap, slate flagged floor. Good head height and additional valuable space.
Stairway Details - The traditional spindled staircase leads from the rear hallway with a return and UPVC double glazed 'Westmoreland' window to the rear.
First Floor Landing Extends To - 3.70m (12'2") - Single radiator with thermostat, one power point, smoke alarm. Decor of white and taupe below the dado rail.
There is access to the continuing spindled stairs, separate stripped pine doors to two of the bedrooms and the bathroom.
Master Bedroom - 4.88m x 3.60m (16'0" x 11'10") - With UPVC, double glazed Georgian style (paned) window, tilt and turn opening upper pane - faces the front elevation. A good location.
This is a super room, with wider pine floor boards, ceiling timber, decor of mocha and natural stone. Double radiator with thermostat, two double power points, Sky link, ceiling height of 2.18m
Bedroom Two - 3.59m x 3.84m (11'9" x 12'7") - With UPVC double glazed window, tilt and turn opening pane - faces the front elevation. An individual and appealing room, with cream decor, painted (lichen green) floor boarding.
Double radiator with thermostat, two double power points. An excellent family room.
The lovely wider spindled stairs continue from the first floor to the second floor.
Second Floor - With the 'upper' Westmoreland window, door to the fifth bedroom (previously the landing area)
Bedroom Three - 4.51m x 3.62m (14'10" x 11'11") - With UPVC double glazed, Georgian style window, opening tilt and turn pane - faces the front elevation. There is good ceiling height of 2.20m, decor of white, with ceiling timber.
Double radiator with thermostat. Another splendid room.
Bedroom Four - 3.57m x 3.77m (11'9" x 12'4") - With UPVC double glazed window, Georgian style, tilt and turn opening pane - facing the front elevation.
The room enjoys white painted timber flooring. Double radiator with thermostat two double power points, decor of aubergine. A stylish home.
Bedroom Five - 3.88m x 3.86m (12'9" x 12'8") - With UPVC double glazed, Georgian style, paned window, opening pane - faces the rear (towards the car park).
Single radiator with thermostat, two double power points.
With door to the landing. Doorway access to the inner hall - doors to bedrooms three and four.
Access to the insulated loft with some boarding.
Family Bathroom - First Floor - 3.82m x 2.08m (12'6" x 6'10") - With UPVC opaque double glazed window, opening pane to the rear.
Fitted modern and attractive period style four piece suite in white with chrome fitments.
Low level bath with handles, taps, matching side panels, over bath Triton shower with flexitrack spray and screen. . Low level flush WC, wash basin with pedestal, low level bidet.
Complementary recess tiling of blue/grey, marble effect pattern and motif.
Single radiator. Glen fan heater.
Built in twin door and deeper shelved linen cupboard.
Exterior Front - This is a most substantial, quality three storey period town house with a popular and convenient central location. The property is double fronted, forecourted with wrought iron railings. There is discreet external door to the cellar. Front door access.
Exterior Rear - The property enjoys an excellent and convenient location - central. The rear aspect is super for sun, nicely private, concreted and patio style with ample space for garden furniture.
Gate to a rear service lane
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