Welcome to St Oswald Street, one of Bowerham's premier addresses. This is a street which features grand-looking period homes. All are stone-built and feature elegant bay windows. What makes this street popular though is the open outlook overlooking the tree-lined grounds of the University of Cumbria. It is a fabulous green outlook and much appreciated when you live so close to the city centre.
Live here and you are just a stone's throw away from two of Lancaster's key employers ( the hospital and University of Cumbria ). There are excellent schools and local amenities close by.For more social events, there are popular pubs in Bowerham and excellent restaurants, bars and theatres are just 10 minutes away in Lancaster City Centre.
Enter via the handy vestibule, displaying gorgeous period features including original floor tiles and eye catching cornicing. The internal door provides access into the high ceiling hallway on the ground floor, where you will find two good sized reception rooms. The front facing living room benefits from a large bay window, ensuring plenty of natural light streams within. The middle reception room is the perfect place for a dining room or maybe as a kids/tv room, depending on your needs and requirements. A little further to the rear and find yourself in the modern fitted kitchen where access out to the private rear yard and handy cellar for storage is achieved.
Up to the first floor and we have the delightful and well proportioned family bathroom overlooking the rear elevation. Comprising of a complimenting Victorian style suite with shower over bath. Two bedrooms can be found on the 1st floor, both able to accommodate double beds and further furniture to suit. The master bedroom to the front is currently set up as a further reception room but would make a grand and beautiful master bedroom.
The 2nd floor of this beautiful property is home to two further double bedrooms, both of which benefit from the same tasteful and attractive decoration that is evident throughout the entire home.
- Gas central heated throughout
- The kitchen was updated 10 years ago and is in pristine condition
- There are 3 outhouses in the rear yard, one of which is used as a utility cupboard for the washing machine etc.
- The original windows have been replaced with double glazed modern sash windows throughout
- Original features are present throughout including cornicing and floor tiles to the entrance hallway
- The decoration is light and tasteful
- Stunning views of Lancaster Castle, Cathedral and the Lake Disctrict, from the 2nd floor rear bedroom
- Victorian style 3 piece bathroom suite
- There is no chain
Valid until 02.09.2031
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|Park Hotel||0.03 miles|
|Eastham Street||0.1 miles|
|St Martins Road||0.09 miles|
|Greaves Park||0.11 miles|
|University of Cumbria||0.13 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||11.84 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||4.94 miles|
|Lancaster Rail Station||0.79 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||2.86 miles|
|M6 J34||2.18 miles|
|M6 J33||4.04 miles|
|M6 J35||6.16 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||7.02 miles|
|M6 J36||13.77 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||20.92 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||48.79 miles|
|Manchester Airport||51.68 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||47.59 miles|
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