£280,000

Church Street, Milnthorpe, LA7

3 Bed

2 Bath

£280,000

Church Street, Milnthorpe, LA7

3 Bed

2 Bath

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A beautiful oak kitchen with tiled floor

Three bedrooms, one with an en-suite

Characterful and versatile living accommodation

Secure rear garden

Original features throughout

Located close to local amenities and transport links

Occupying three floors

No onward chain

A wonderful and versatile three bedroom home packed full of character and charm and located close to local amenities.

A wonderful and versatile three bedroom home packed full of character and charm and located close to local amenities. With impressive high ceilings, versatile living accommodation and various original features throughout there is something to admire in each room. The property is also conveniently offered with no onward chain. Situated over 3 floors, the main living accommodation can be found on the ground floor with two bright living rooms, one benefitting from access into the rear garden. The lower ground floor offers the generous kitchen with underfloor heating and space for a dining table, the office/ workshop with access to the rear garden and also an additional pantry area. The characterful four piece bathroom can be found on the first floor along with the bedrooms with bedroom three boasting an en-suite shower room. Externally there is a good sized secure rear garden to enjoy which is a blend of low maintenance patio space and a formal lawned area surrounded by mature planting and full borders. Milnthorpe is a large village offering a great selection of local amenities as well as a nursery, primary school and secondary school which are all within five minutes walking distance of the property. The M6 motorway can be reached within 10 minutes and there is a regular bus service that runs 7 days a week from Lancaster up to Keswick in the Lake District. Milnthorpe benefits from having 2 doctors surgeries, 2 dental practices, a Pharmacy, an opticians, a petrol station, a vets and much, much more and plays host to an array of social activities for all ages ranging from baby and toddler groups and youth groups to coffee mornings and sports clubs. There is a supermarket, 2 pubs, several independent shops and a variety of eateries.

Location

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Council Tax Band B

Room Descriptions

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Kitchen

12'9" × 17'0" (3.90m × 5.19m)

A spacious and well equipped kitchen located on the lower ground floor with an abundance of beautiful oak base and wall units with bespoke pull out drawer baskets and complemented by granite work surfaces. The floor is fully tiled and benefits from underfloor heating. Appliances include a large range cooker with extractor hood above and an integrated dishwasher and there is space for a tall fridge freezer and a washing machine. The window looks out to the rear garden and ensures natural light fills the room. There is room to one end to accommodate a table to seat six for formal meals and also space for a sofa to relax.

Office/ workshop

7'0" × 13'7" (2.14m × 4.16m)

A versatile room, just off the kitchen and currently set up as an office with a fitted desk, shelving and the floor that boasts reclaimed dance hall floor boards. A stable door leads directly out to the rear garden. This room could also be used as a spacious utility area, craft room or workshop.

Pantry

3'1" × 6'1" (0.95m × 1.87m)

A great additional room, perfect for use as a pantry with fitted shelving and a good amount of space for storage.

GROUND FLOOR

Living room 1

10'11" × 22'1" (3.35m × 6.75m)

Entering the home you step foot into the warm and inviting living room, packed full of character and charm and offering a glimpse of the homes history. The feature bay window offers front facing views and a window seat to sit to while away the hours. At the far end of the room is a door leading to steps down to the rear garden. The floor is a blend of original floorboards and an original stone slab floor. The staircase is open to the room and leads up to the first floor and the boiler is housed within a storage cupboard.

Living room 2

9'5" × 16'10" (2.89m × 5.14m)

An original fireplace stands proudly with a wooden mantle and a stone surround ensuring the room is homely and cosy. The bay window frames front facing views and there is a wonderful original wooden floor with a large alcove and fitted shelving.

Landing

4'3" × 5'6" (1.31m × 1.68m)

Located just off living room 2, this is a great light and bright additional space that currently boasts a desk and shelving with a window looking out to the rear garden.

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom 1

9'6" × 14'2" (2.92m × 4.34m)

A generous double bedroom boasting an original cast iron fireplace with a stone hearth and original wooden flooring. Front facing views are to be found along with a bespoke wooden window seat.

Bedroom 2

9'6" × 11'7" (2.91m × 3.55m)

A front facing double bedroom offering a feature wooden window seat.

Bedroom 3

8'1" × 8'9" (2.47m × 2.68m)

A bright bedroom with views over the rear garden to countryside beyond.

En-suite

2'9" × 7'6" (0.85m × 2.30m)

Consisting of a shower cubicle with electric shower, WC and wall mounted hand basin and a wooden floor.

Bathroom

7'0" × 8'3" (2.14m × 2.52m)

Packed full of character this is a lovely four piece bathroom, full of natural light and consisting of a roll top bath, a quadrant mains-fed shower cubicle, WC and hand basin. There is an exposed wooden floor and a deep alcove with fitted shelving perfect for keeping toiletries and towels.

External

The rear garden is conveniently accessed from living room 2, the landing and also from the office/ workshop area. It is an open yet private and secure space to enjoy and has been thoughtfully planted up with mature plants and shrubs to create colour and interest at all times of the year. A low maintenance paved area can be found directly outside the home with central steps leading up to a mature lawn. To one corner is a decked seating area to make the most of the sun and to the other is a shed providing storage for garden tools and garden furniture.

Useful information

House built - 1841. Tenure - Freehold. Council tax band - B (Westmorland and Furness Council). Heating - Gas central heating (boiler installed 2009). Drainage - Mains. What3Words location - ///scribbled.retained.contour.

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