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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Hornby Road, Wray, Lancaster

Sold STC £190,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Cosy Cottage
  • Village Location
  • Open Plan Living Space
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Original Features
  • EPC Rating D

Full description

A rare opportunity to live in a beautiful stone cottage located in the picturesque village of Wray. Built in 1765, this home offers a wonderful lounge and bespoke kitchen diner. The bedrooms are both doubles. Surprisingly there are two bathrooms! A JDG favourite EPC rating D

Village Location - Welcome to the picturesque village of Wray, home of the Scarecrow Festival and beautiful walks. There is an excellent local village school which currently has less than 50 pupils as well as a nursery for pre school children. The village also offers a public house, garden center with a riverside restaurant, two churches and a village institute which offers a varity of activities from Yoga to Over 60's club, scouts and much much more. A wonderful location for both the old and the young.

Property Overview - Situated down a private road, which gives access to the three properties on this small street. Dating back to the 1765's, this quaint and unique cottage has so much to offer. The downstairs of this property is all open plan, with many original features that you would expect in a property of this age including low ceilings, exposed beams and the original fireplace. To the first floor the home offers two bedrooms, a shower room and a seperate bathroom, one of these could easily be converted back to a bedroom to create a third room. This cosy cottage has the benefit of gas central heating and double glazing

The Ground Floor - From the moment you enter this property you immediately feel at home with the low ceilings and cosy feel of this loving cottage. Although all of the ground floor is open plan, there is still a separation of areas which consist of an entrance hallway with space for cloaks and shoes, the main lounge, a study area, fitted kitchen and dining area. The Lounge has a focal point of a large electric flame effect fire which is set into the original painted stone chimney breast. Laminate floors flow throughout the ground floor and to one end of the lounge there is small recessed area ideal for a computer desk. The kitchen has a good range of fitted wooden units and area approximately 7 years old. There is a concealed area underneath the stairs, ideal for housing the washing machine, microwave and tall fridge freezer. There is also an integrated oven and grill with hob above. To one side of the kitchen there is a built in seating area and space for a good sized dining table.

The First Floor - The sweeping staircase gives access to all rooms, the first one being the master double bedroom. With adequate space for plenty of furniture, the window at the front looks out onto the private road. The second bedroom also at the front of the property, currently accommodates a single bed, but would fit a double. This home currently offers two bathrooms, one of which could easily be turned back into a bedroom. The first bathroom features original wooden floor boards and a freestanding roll top bath with WC and sink. The second modern shower room has a large quadrant shower unit with massage jets, WC and sink and is finished in neutral decor. There is an airing cupboard which also houses the gas central heating boiler.

Outside - Immediately to the front of the property, there is an area which the current owners use for sitting out in the afternoon and evening sun. To one side there is a useful outbuilding ideal for storage. To the rear of the property there is on street parking.

Extra Information - - This cottage dates back to 1765
- The windows were bespokely made in 2005
- A new boiler and central heating system was fitted in 2007. It has been serviced annually by British Gas
- The handmade kitchen was installed in 2008
- The bathroom featuring roll top bath was new in 2009
- The stylish shower room was new in 2011
- The attic has the potential to convert (we are informed that the neighbours have already done this)
- There is a useful outhouse for storage
- Council tax band B

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 September 2016


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