Primrose is a very popular residential area of South Lancaster. Being only a few minutes from the city centre means the whole wealth of cultural and social amenities of this vibrant city are just down the road. Primrose itself though is quiet and residential with handy corner shops.
Homes in this area are predominately 2 and 3 bedroom terraces that were built circa 1890 and today attracts young professionals, couples and families. The area is well serviced by regular buses and of course Lancaster also has a main line train station. Close by is the University of Cumbria. Excellent local schools and popular churches are also in the vicinity.
Step inside this generously proportioned home via a handy vestibule. An area to hang your coats and store your shoes before entering the front reception room. You will notice throughout this home that there is modernisation and redecoration required. This reception rooms offers buyers the chance to create a relaxing and inviting space for family and friends, as well as yourself of course!
Head toward the rear of the home and enter the generously proportioned kitchen. Once more, opportunity awaits to make a wonderful kitchen in here - think new units, attractive worktop surfaces maybe even integrated appliances. There is a handy storage cupboard located within here also, housing the combination boiler.
To the first floor we have two bedrooms. One overlooking the front elevation and the other to the rear. Both able to accommodate either singles or small doubles, plus additional furniture to suit. Situated between the two bedrooms you will find a separate W.C and separate room containing a bath and sink - why knock through and create a spacious and modern family bathroom?
On the second floor is the largest of the three bedrooms. Space enough for a double bed and further furniture. The room itself is kept light due to the skylight overlooking the rear elevation.
Finally we have the spacious and West facing rear yard to take full advantage of. You can imagine some potted plants bordering the yard, along with table and chairs to sit around, during the warmer months of the year.
- Gas central heated throughout - The combination boiler is located under the stairs in the kitchen
- This home is Upvc double glazed
- Modernisation is required throughout
- Popular location close to Lancaster's main employers
- Royal Lancaster Infirmary and The University of Cumbria
- Good sized rear yard, facing West
- This home is chain free
Prospect Street, LA1
Valid until 24.06.2029
|Eastham Street||0.01 miles|
|Prospect Street||0.08 miles|
|Prospect Street||0.09 miles|
|Park Hotel||0.11 miles|
|Greaves Park||0.11 miles|
|Pharos Street (not in use) (Blackpool Tramway)||11.89 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||11.86 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||4.89 miles|
|Lancaster Rail Station||0.69 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||2.75 miles|
|M6 J34||2.13 miles|
|M6 J33||4.13 miles|
|M6 J35||6.09 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||6.95 miles|
|M6 J36||13.69 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||20.97 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||48.88 miles|
|Manchester Airport||51.79 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||47.67 miles|
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