Ashfield Avenue is in a peaceful and desirable location just minutes away from the city centre, in the residential area known as Fairfield.
Fairfield is an area of the city which is noted for its greenery and renowned community spirit. It is an area where neighbours know their neighbours, They look out for one another and their children play out on the street together. Street parties and community gatherings are a regular occurrence. You'll be hard pressed to find a more prominent feeling of 'togetherness' than on Ashfield Ave and Fairfield in general. It offers a perfect combination of city life and protected green spaces. It's a sought after location, home to the Millennium Park nature reserve and a community orchard.
Lancaster train station is a few minutes' walk away, with direct connections to Manchester, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The street is in the catchment area of many highly regarded schools including both the Boys and Girls Grammar Schools.
Upon stepping into the vestibule of this wonderful period home you'll start to notice the gorgeous period features on display. The first being the beautiful and original mosaic tiles under your feet and period, arch moldings above your head. Step into the dining room, a spacious, light and inviting room. It effortlessly flows into the front facing reception room where plenty of natural light fills the room and bounces off the walls via the huge bay window. An eye catching and fully functional open fire place awaits, perfect to snuggle in front of during those winter months.
Set just beyond the dining room is the modern kitchen. Comprising of plenty of work top surfaces and storage units, an integrated - under counter fridge, electric oven and gas hob. It is from here that access out to your private, west facing yard is achieved, offering room enough for good sized outdoor furniture. You will also notice access from the kitchen down to the cellar. Currently being used as storage space and a utility area, complete with plumbing for washing machine and electrics. This particular cellar runs from the front to the rear reception room, meaning it is prefect for conversion
The first floor continues in the same attractive and light decorative style as the ground floor. A contemporary 3 piece bathroom sits to the top of the stairs offering buyers a bath with shower over, wash basin and low flush toilet and integrated vanity units. The 3rd double bedroom is located a little further along the landing and offers views toward Lancaster Castle and Ashton Memorial. Overlooking the front elevation is the stunning main bedroom. You can just imagine yourself sitting, relaxing, watching the world go by, out of the expansive bay window - it really is such a light and inviting room. Plenty of space is afforded for a large double bed and lots of additional furniture.
Finally we have the 2nd double bedroom, occupying the entire 2nd floor. The current owners had a plan as soon as they saw this particular room - the perfect 'work from home' office space and it has certainly served them well. You may want it as another double bedroom, it's certainly got the room space and scope. The dormer window to the front and Velux windows to the rear, provide plenty of natural light within - a welcomed theme for this particular house.
- The combination boiler is 4 years old and located in the cellar
- The home has Upvc double glazed windows throughout.
- The home was re-wired throughout and the roof slates replaced, 8 years ago
- The kitchen and bathroom were fitted approximately 8 years ago
Ashfield Avenue, LA1
Valid until 30.01.2028
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|Ashfield Avenue||0.03 miles|
|Sibsey Street||0.11 miles|
|Westbourne Drive||0.1 miles|
|Railway Station||0.16 miles|
|Meeting House Lane||0.16 miles|
|Pharos Street (not in use) (Blackpool Tramway)||11.54 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||11.5 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||4.23 miles|
|Lancaster Rail Station||0.19 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||2.17 miles|
|M6 J34||2.34 miles|
|M6 J33||4.5 miles|
|M6 J35||6.12 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||6.94 miles|
|M6 J36||13.65 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||20.84 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||49.07 miles|
|Manchester Airport||52.29 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||48.42 miles|
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