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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Castle Hill, Lancaster

Guide Price £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed
  • High Specification
  • Fully Renovated
  • Gas Central Heating, NEST System
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Farrow&Ball Paint Throughout
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Parking Space
  • Courtyard
  • City Centre

Full description

An immaculately presented Grade II listed Georgian townhouse bursting with character and period features. The property has been renovated by the current owner to an exceptionally high standard offering beautiful living space and 3 well presented bedrooms. This charming home also benefits from a flagged courtyard to the rear and a parking space. Centrally located, with views over the rooftops to the battlements of Lancaster Castle just behind the property and the Ashton Memorial in Williamson's Park visible from an upstairs window this house would appeal to a wide audience. Offered to the market chain free.

Location - Castle Hill is a quiet, cobbled street in Lancaster's city centre with its excellent schools, shops and other amenities. It is a mere 5 minute walk to the train station which provides direct links to London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Preston. The property is also just a short drive to junction 34 of the M6 and a half an hour drive to the Lake District.

Ground Floor - Enter through a handsome wooden door with a brass knocker. A tiled hallway leads though to the open plan kitchen/dining room with sealed terracotta tiled floor and working sash window to the front and rear. The dining area has a ceiling rose and picture rail and a woodburning Aga stove. The bespoke, locally handcrafted kitchen area has a moveable work bench and plenty of custom built storage, integrated fridge/freezer electric Aga and dishwasher. It has a lovely reclaimed pot sink and hardwood worktops. The kitchen leads through to a utility area which houses the washing machine and Ideal combi gas boiler. There is a downstairs WC with Burlington suite and back door leading out to the garden area which has space for a table and chairs.

First Floor - On the first floor is a generous reception room with a handsome marble fireplace and another woodburning stove. The wide original floorboards have been revealed and two sash windows with internal wooden shutters overlook the rooftops up to the battlements of the castle. Two ceiling roses, dado rail and coving add to the features. There is a double bedroom with exposed floorboards, pretty cornicing and sash window.

Second Floor - On the top floor are two further bedrooms, one double and one single, both with exposed treated wooden floorboards and sash windows with lovely views. The bathroom has an attractive white roll top bath with feet and an over-bath shower with brass curtain rail, RAK ceramic vanity sink, porcelain loo and brass heritage heated towel rail. A window over the landing allows plenty of light in and looks out to the Ashton Memorial. A large airing cupboard with a hanging rail provides plenty of extra wardrobe/storage space. There is a hatch to the boarded loft that runs the length of the building and has been boarded and insulated and a new roof flagged with Yorkshire stone added. An attractive wooden bannister with mother of pearl inlay runs all the way down the stairs.

Services - The property is connected to mains gas, water and electricity. Council Tax band C.

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Added on Rightmove:
29 June 2016


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