Welcome to The Residence, a luxury apartment development converted by the PJ Livesey Group. This Grade II listed development is stunning. It has to be seen to truly appreciate its grandeur and understand its boutique, hotel feel. This development is approached by a tree-lined driveway and is surrounded by greenery with views over the Forest of Bowland. The grounds are perfectly manicured. It feels serene.
Williamson Park neighbours this development. The 54 acres include mature grounds, a duck pond, ornamental gardens, and the famous butterfly house. The park is also a dog walkers paradise (pets are allowed at The Residence). Every Saturday morning, there is a park run - perfect for if you are feeling energetic! The historic city centre is just a 20-minute walk. Enjoy independent shopping, visit one of the many cafes, bars, restaurants, and cinemas or visit one of the two highly regarded theatres. For more everyday needs the recently opened Co-op is just a few minutes away.
A stylish one-bedroom apartment on the second floor of the beautiful Residence complex. As with all apartments here this has been finished to an extremely high standard and offers wonderful open plan living and is very much suited to modern life. The easiest access point is from the South Wing entrance via the lift or stairs.
Once in the apartment, an L Shaped corridor connects the main living areas with the master bedroom and bathroom (as well as some handy storage cupboards). The open plan living area incorporates a sleek modern kitchen with gloss white units along with a large multiple-purpose living space. Currently, the room is dominated by large comfy sofas but has more than enough room to accommodate a dining set as well. Full-length glass folding doors grant access to the private balcony which has views over the playing fields and cemetery towards the lake district.
The master bedroom is at the furthest point of the apartment and has ample space for double bed, sets of draws, and would suit built in wardrobes.
- Storage Cupboards on the Hallway & Bathroom
- Integrated Kitchen Appliances
- Allocated Parking Space
- Lease Length: 350 Years
Kershaw Drive, LA1
Valid until 14.07.2027
|Moor Hospital Gates||0.03 miles|
|Moor Hospital Gates||0.04 miles|
|Moor Hospital||0.11 miles|
|Moor Hospital||0.12 miles|
|Parkgate Drive||0.13 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||5.73 miles|
|Lancaster Rail Station||1.38 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||3.09 miles|
|M6 J34||1.58 miles|
|M6 J33||4.47 miles|
|M6 J35||5.57 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||6.46 miles|
|M6 J36||13.19 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||21.67 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||49.27 miles|
|Manchester Airport||51.78 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||46.99 miles|
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