Welcome to Albany Road situated a few minutes' walk from the seafront and about five minutes to The Midland Hotel, famous for its art deco architecture, and the historic Winter Gardens. The West End offers lovely walks along the promenade or up along Sandylands towards Heysham Head, all blessed with stunning views across the Bay. You also have access to the local retail park with Morrisons, Aldi, Next, and Homebase as well as a local cinema. The Platform is just around the corner as well, positioned in a restored Edwardian railway station on Morecambe promenade. Live music, comedy, theatre, children's shows are shown year-round.
Step inside this beautiful Edwardian home and find spacious rooms alongside stunning period features. We enter through the ornate porch with its lattice and stain glass windows through to the wide central hallway, the stairs and their original paneling run off to the right and the lovely parquet flooring guides you into the rest of the house. The ground floor offers multiple options for relaxing and spending time with a separate sitting room and a more open-plan lounge with a feature wood-burning stove attached to the kitchen. A bespoke design kitchen that wraps around the entire far right-hand corner of the house with modern fitted units, wooden countertops, and a large six-ring gas hob. You will also have the benefit of a downstairs W.C/Utility room and a traditional larder built under the stairs.
There will be no arguments over bedrooms with this home boasting four double bedrooms and two of them with en-suite shower rooms. The Master Bedroom spreads over the entire top floor attic conversion with stylish vaulted ceilings, exposed beams to go alongside its custom dressing area with built-in wardrobes, and as previously mentioned its own private en-suite showroom. Back on the first floor, we find three double bedrooms, the two front-facing rooms have huge windows overlooking the garden and are bathed in light while the bedroom to the rear of the house again has a smartly fit showroom. A family bathroom rounds off this floor and again has been done to a tasteful standard as with the rest of the house. Its position as a corner plot means it has the advantage of gardens and yards on three sides of the house, a private garden to the front protected by a large 8-foot hedge has been enhanced with a decking area for sitting and enjoying the sun while round the far side of the house some paved yards alongside a small outhouse offer a more practical outside space. There is also a garage to the rear for off-street parking and access to Albany Road.
- Parque Flooring in Hallway
- Driveway with Garage for Offstreet Parking
- x2 En-Suite Shower Rooms
- Private Garden with tall hedges & decking- Rear Yard with Outhouse
- x6 Ring Gas Hob- Wooden Counter Tops- Neff Appliances
- Lovely Period Touches throughout- Partially uPVC Double Glazed
- Utility Room / Ground Floor W.C
Albany Road, MORECAMBE, LA4
Valid until 25.03.2025
|Albany Road||0.01 miles|
|Westminster Avenue||0.02 miles|
|Albany Road||0.06 miles|
|Balmoral Road||0.07 miles|
|Windsor Grove||0.15 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||11.07 miles|
|Pharos Street (not in use) (Blackpool Tramway)||11.13 miles|
|Victoria Street (Blackpool Tramway)||11.25 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||2.78 miles|
|Morecambe Rail Station||0.3 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||1.66 miles|
|M6 J34||4.2 miles|
|M6 J33||6.87 miles|
|M6 J35||6.55 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||7.1 miles|
|M6 J36||13.33 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||21.12 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||50.45 miles|
|Manchester Airport||54.69 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||51.27 miles|
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