Long Marsh Lane is such a convenient location and so close to our historic castle. It's also tucked away. .Live here and you can walk into the city in minutes, take a stroll on St Georges Quay and equally be in the heart of the countryside in just a short stroll.
Local shops (in case you want a pint of milk) are within walking distance. Work at the university? The bus passes close by. Need to commute into Manchester or Preston? The train station is just a short walk. It's no wonder these homes rarely come available for sale!
This is a very homely terrace that is blessed with two reception rooms and a small extension to the rear that houses the kitchen. The house benefits from a small hallway when you enter which you enter from the street and the rest of the ground floor opens up in front and to your right-hand side. A small sitting room that sits to the front of the property is the first room you will encounter and this is separated from the main living area by the stairs that run horizontally down the middle of the house. At the back is a lovely lounge that comes with a stunning feature fireplace with multifuel burner, there is also a handy storage cupboard under the stairs. The kitchen protrudes out into the garden and is a fitted galley style with dual aspect windows offering views of the lovely garden.
Upstairs there is a wide landing connecting all three rooms. The master stretches the full length of the front of the property helping to create a distinct area for a double bed and separate dressing area. The second bedroom overlooks the garden and is a good single with a small knock perfect for creating a built-in wardrobe to the left of the door. The shower room is nice and bright with a warm color palette chosen for the tiling, with a large standing shower and some built-in shelves. The back garden is a gorgeous private sun trap with a patio seating area at the front and a raised decking at the rear with a small shed, raised planters and mature flower beds sit in between making this a really relaxing garden.
- This 2-bed cottage dates back to the late 1800s
- It is Upvc double glazed
- It is gas central heated. The Logic gas combination boiler was installed in 2015
- The rear of the property has been re-rendered in 2021
- The roof to the kitchen was replaced in 2021
- The rear garden face west
Valid until 22.06.2031
|Cricket Club||0.03 miles|
|Cricket Club||0.04 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||11.75 miles|
|Pharos Street (not in use) (Blackpool Tramway)||11.79 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||4.26 miles|
|Lancaster Rail Station||0.35 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||1.76 miles|
|M6 J34||2.12 miles|
|M6 J33||4.92 miles|
|M6 J35||5.77 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||6.58 miles|
|M6 J36||13.28 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||21.17 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||49.49 miles|
|Manchester Airport||52.71 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||48.6 miles|
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