Regent Street is situated in the heart of Lancaster, just a few minutes walk and you are in the centre with all it's shops, restaurants and bars. This particular part of Regent Street is nestled between Aldcliffe Road and Carr House Lane, meaning there is little through traffic.
This historic city has a cafe culture, theatre and cinema, as well as literature and music festivals. Lancaster Canal is just at the end of the road. From here you can enjoy quiet, relaxing walks out to the countryside.
Commuters enjoy the proximity to the railway station. Dallas Road Primary school and the Girls Grammar school are close by. Lancaster Hospital is also just a short 10-minute walk and the Universities are both easy to access.
This beautiful period home has been lovingly refurbished, paying close attention to detail with bathroom, kitchen and decoration choices - to work in harmony with the character and history of the home. A stunning dining room is located to the front reception, perfect for entertaining friends and family. A large, social kitchen with central island sits to the rear, along with French doors to the private outside space. A gorgeous three piece bathroom sits just off the kitchen, complete with 'slipper' bath and wonderful fixtures & fittings.
The 1st floor is currently set out as an open sitting room, kept bright and inviting with natural light streaming in through the large window to the rear elevation. Stripped back floors and a working open fireplace, original to the home, are just some of the eye catching features in this room. a stylish and contemporary 'wet room' has been installed for added convenience, situated to the rear of the 1st floor. An inviting and well proportioned main bedroom overlooks the front elevation, offering plenty of space for a large double bed and additional furniture to suit. The second floor is home to a further two double bedrooms, one currently being used as a 'work from home' office space.
A handy utility room can be found in the cellar, plus additional storage. One room to the front of the cellar has been fully tanked and converted into a home gym. A delightful private yard to the rear has been established, the perfect spot in which to relax in come the summer months.
- Gas central heated (boiler located in the cellar) and double glazed throughout except for original front bay window
- Beautifully refurbished throughout, new 'shaker style' kitchen with stripped wooden floors, solid oak surfaces, 'Range' cooker and stunning Inglenook fireplace.
- Bags full of character, charm and modern additions - blending perfectly together
- The cellar is split into a handy utility room and a tanked (3 years ago) separate room, currently used as a home gym
- French doors lead out to the private rear yard from the kitchen
- There is a stunning 3 piece bathroom on the ground floor, complete with 'Slipper' bath. There is also a modern wet room on the 1st floor
- Located in a 'Very Low Risk' flood area for Rivers and the sea
Valid until 19.06.2032
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