Torrisholme Road was originally built as part of Lord Ashton's development plans for North Lancaster and connects with Morecambe. Starting in Skerton, passing through Scale Hall, and finishing in the village of Torrisholme. One of the main attractions of this location is the beautiful outlook across the road to Ryelands Park. With beautiful parkland, wildflower gardens, play areas, and a community football pitch to the far side right on your doorstep.
There are multiple schools to choose from here with three local Primary Schools and Our Ladies Secondary just a 5-minute walk over the park. Regular bus routes also help connect with central Lancaster & Morecambe. Here we can find some larger shops, with Sainsbury's in Lancaster being the closest. Conveniently you do have a nearby garage with connected Spar, Gregs & Subway as well as some more local stores over on Noel Road.
From the street, we walk into the gated front yard and into the house. A small porch greets us and allows us to come through to the welcoming hallway, with the stairs right ahead and the ground floor spread over to the left. The two reception rooms sit back to back and both feature lovely original fireplaces, well kept and sitting centre stage. The lounge which is to the front of the house has a nice bay window allowing light to pour into the room all day long. Currently used as a dining room the second reception room is maybe the larger room and again has a bay window overlooking the garden. A compact but well-designed kitchen can also be found with an integrated microwave, oven, and induction hob along with space for a freestanding washing machine and fridge freezer. Many will be happy to find modern wifi-controlled electric storage heaters, highly efficient and help to keep costs down.
Upstairs as we might expect we find the bedrooms, master, and the second mirror the downstairs reception rooms for size offering great doubles. The third is single and would be suited for a young child or maybe your home office. You also get a modern bathroom with a full-length bath and overhead shower. Each room in the house is neutrally decorated and would suit most types of furniture. The property has a fair-sized loft that has been loosely boarded and has x3 Velux skylights installed showing the option to expand upwards should you desire. With a side door from the kitchen, you can access the back garden via a lean-to-work shed. Recently landscaped with a new lawn, a selection of fruit trees and flower beds as well as a vegetable plot to start growing your own food.
- Kitchen & Bathroom fitted in last 4 years
- Driveway will accommodate x2 cars
- Wifi controlled Electic Heaters that are highly efficient
- White goods included / Furniture Negotiable
- The loft is loosely boarded with x3 Veluxes
- There is uPVC Double Glazing
- A new front door has recently been fitted
- Flood Risk: Low/Very Low
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