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2 bedroom flat for sale

Castle Park, Lancaster

Sold STC £225,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II listed building
  • Leasehold
  • Luxury apartment
  • Open plan living
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Parking
  • Original features
  • Gas central Heating

Full description

A lovingly restored Grade II listed building which has been developed into luxury apartments situated next to Lancaster Castle. The property is extremely well presented and bursting with character and charm, retaining many original features throughout. The main living area is open plan, with wooden floors running through and arched, glass panelled windows allowing natural day light to meander through. Steps lead up and out onto the balcony, where views over the historic City of Lancaster can be taken in and enjoyed. There are two good sized double bedrooms an elegantly decorated shower room and enchanting entrance hall. It is an opportunity not to be missed!!

Location - The property is located next to Lancaster's historic castle. It is a very short walk to the city centre and just moments on foot to the train station which provides direct links to Manchester, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Despite being so close to the city centre, it is very quiet at the top of Castle Park and there are beautiful views. The house is within a ten minute walk from three premier grammar schools, walkable from the Royal Infirmary, a short drive to the University and is an easy drive to the M6 for commuters. Lancaster is also on the doorstep of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.

Lounge Area - 25'01 x 16'05 (7.65m x 5.00m) - As we wander into the main living area, the open plan arrangement gives a feeling of space, quality and style. The decoration is cream, complimented by the soft lighting and natural wooden floors. The original arched, glass panelled window allow the views across Lancaster to be enjoyed, whilst allowing the natural daylight to sweep its way through. A wooden balustrade takes us up to the mezzanine dining area.

Dining Area - 7'07 x 6'10 (2.31m x 2.08m) - A special dining area with a fantastic outlook across Lancaster city. It is full of natural light as the full sized windows double glazed windows and patio doors allow the daylight through. The natural wooden theme is complimented by the clean, cream decoration and soft ceiling light.

Kitchen - 10'11 x 9'02 (3.33m x 2.79m) - In the kitchen we have a selection of high and low level units in light ash with black work tops to compliment the look, further wall mounted open shelving, for glasses, utilities and pans. We have a stainless steel sink and drainer with tiled splash backs in olive giving a modern twist to the otherwise neutral colour scheme . There is an integrated dishwasher, electric oven hob and extractor hood, with space for a fridge/freezer. A double glazed, glass panelled window gives views and more natural light.

Hallway - 12'01 x 5'09 widest part (3.68m x 1.75m widest par - Leaving the open plan living area upstairs we come down to the entrance hall into the apartment. It is neat, clean and well presented with a carved bannister and handrail. There is a spacious walk through with doors leading off. Plenty of space to be used for book cases, computer and desk if needed.

Bedroom 1 - 16'06 x 14'08 (5.03m x 4.47m) - A large, spacious double room to the front of the property, with large glass panelled windows looking out onto Lancaster Castle and high ceilings . The room has built in wardrobes and lots of space for further pieces of furniture, with cream decor and carpets.

Shower Room - Partly tiled with white decoration and a tiled effect linoleum floor, there is a walk in shower cubicle with a mains shower attachment, also, a decorative wash hand basin and WC . A large, glass panelled window to the rear with coloured, leaded glass interior for privacy. There is a large built in storage cupboard with shelving for towels and bedding. Plumbing for the washing machine also lives here.

Bedroom 2 - 16'10 x 10'09 (5.13m x 3.28m) - A spacious room which is bright and airy, with lots of natural daylight. It is currently used as a bedroom, but could be used as a office, reading room or nursery. The decor is neutral with fitted carpets to finish.

What's Outside - The apartment is part of a period stone built house, it is Grade II listed, and benefits from many original features giving a feeling character and style. As we come in from Castle Park, the large, entrance hall leads across to a rather grand stone staircase with a decorative wrought iron hand rail. The spiral stairs lead up to the top of the building where the entrance to our apartment can be found. To the rear of the building is allocated parking for each of the apartments.

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02 March 2016


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