Welcome to Marine Court, positioned right on the seafront in Sandylands between Heysham and Morecambe. A truly stunning location offering uninterrupted views across Morecambe Bay, one of the most enviable outlooks a property could possibly have. Situated on the promenade means you have all of Morecambe right on your finger teams, you can walk back towards the Midland and Stone jetty or back towards Heysham head should you please.
With a number of local schools available and a multitude of health centres there are fantastic amenities close by. Central Morecambe has many shops and cafes to explore as well as the train station connecting through to Lancaster. You will also be in prime location when the new Eden Project North opens up just a short stroll down the promenade from your front door.
Perfectly situated upon the 3rd-floor number 33 Marine Court has much to offer, from its wonderful location and spacious rooms to its absolutely stunning views over Morecambe Bay. Thanks to its position as an end apartment you would be forgiven for forgetting that you are actually in a flat, with windows on both sides allowing light into the entire property. You will be equally impressed with the amount of space available, the hallway is wide and is even suitable for wheelchair users and none of the rooms feel like a compromise.
As one might imagine the main living areas are positioned looking outwards over Morecambe Bay. A major draw for this property for sure. Ask any local and they will tell you it is completely different from day to day, some times you feel you can reach out and touch Grange or Barrow, and others it feels like an endless ocean. The main living area is a multifunctional space with room for a sizable sitting area as well room for an eight-seater dining table at the far end. There is also access to the small sunroom via the patio doors (you can also access the master bedroom this way too). If you are a keen home cook you will love the setup in the kitchen, counters on all sides alongside plentiful cupboards and freestanding appliances will help make things a breeze. Off the hallway, the master bathroom with its full-length bath and lovely tiling can be found with a cupboard with the water tank next door.
Sitting adjacent to the living area is the, frankly, ginormous master bedroom. It offers a floorplan large enough for a super king bed and two large double wardrobes with room to spare. As mentioned earlier you also get sliding doors through to the sunroom meaning you also get views of the Bay. And if all this wasn't enough you get an en-suite W.C as well. The second bedroom is another double and has an inland outlook and will get bathed in the morning light.
- Located on the Sea Front
- Kitchen has space for freestanding appliances
- Allocated Parking Space
- Available with No Chain
- Electric Only Property
- Double Glazed uPVC Windows have been installed throughout
- Flood Risk: Low/Medium
- Service Charge: £1,700 pa
- The complex has a lift as well as stairs.
Sandylands Promenade, Heysham, LA3
Valid until 24.02.2024
|Property Type:||Flat||Lighting:||Low energy lighting in 85% of fixed outlets|
|Built Form:||Enclosed End-Terrace||Main Heating:||Electric storage heaters|
|Transaction Type:||Rental (private)||Main Heating Controls:||Manual charge control|
|Total Floor Area:||80 m2||Open Fireplaces:||0|
|Energy Tariff:||Unknown||Hotwater System:||Electric immersion, off-peak|
|Main Fuel:||Electricity (not community)||Hotwater Energy Efficiency:||Average|
|Mains Gas:||No||Floors:||(other premises below)|
|Floor Level:||3rd||Walls:||Cavity wall, as built, insulated (assumed)|
|Flat Top Storey:||No||Walls Energy:||Good|
|Top Storey:||0||Roof:||(another dwelling above)|
|Glazing Type:||Double glazing installed before 2002||Roof Energy:||N/A|
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|Cavendish Road||0.12 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||10.69 miles|
|Pharos Street (not in use) (Blackpool Tramway)||10.75 miles|
|Victoria Street (Blackpool Tramway)||10.87 miles|
|M6 J34||4.71 miles|
|M6 J33||7.03 miles|
|M6 J35||7.04 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||7.57 miles|
|M6 J36||13.72 miles|
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