Hest Bank is a sought-after village set approximately 4 miles north of Lancaster and on the edge of Morecambe Bay. It's noted for its greenery and individually designed homes. Visitors often comment on the tree-lined streets and the beauty of the area. Hest Bank has lots to offer. To start with there is a sought-after primary school, ideal for families with young children. There are pleasing walks along the canal and nobody can forget the walks along The Shore looking out over Morecambe Bay. This village still has a parade of shops. There are great local dining pubs close by.
The main living area for the home has a pleasing aspect looking out over the front garden with a mature hedge offering privacy from the roadside. Between the lounge and the dining room is the kitchen which has been fitted with a great range of built-in storage units for all your bits and pieces. As you would expect there is space for all your white goods and also room for a cooker. The splashbacks have been tiled for ease of cleaning as has the floor and there is open access through to the dining room. To the far end of the home is the dining room which was an extension dating back to 2005. This room has also been well presented and has ample space for a generously sized dining table where you can sit and enjoy your evening meals. There is also a pleasing aspect to this room as you look out over the private rear garden and there is a double-glazed door that provides access to the outside space.
The master bedroom is a great-sized double room that has been decorated in soft, neutral tones. This room has all the space you would expect to fit in all your furniture and there is a double-glazed window that looks out into the garden to the rear. Buyers will find that the single room is to the front of the home and is used as both a single bedroom which doubles up as a study also. The bathroom has been fitted with a three-piece suite comprising of a paneled bath, hand wash basin, and low flush WC. To the front of the home, you will see that there is off-road parking available for one car on the block paved driveway which continues down the side of the home and round to the rear garden. There is also a well-maintained garden area with mature shrubs and plants along with hedged boundaries offering privacy from the roadside and neighboring homes.
To the rear, there is a paved seating area to the top end which then leads to a well-maintained lawned area with planted beds. This then leads you down to the far end where there is a vegetable plot, there is space for a greenhouse also. The rear garden is a private space that will enjoy sunshine all afternoon.
- This character home dates back to 1922
- The property was extended in 2005 creating the 2nd reception room
- The Vaillant condensing boiler was newly installed in 2011. It has been serviced annually
- Council tax band is B
- The bungalow is fully uPVC double glazed
- There is a vegetable plot to the rear of the garden
Hest Bank Lane, Slyne, LA2
Valid until 26.04.2027
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|Beech Grove||0.04 miles|
|Beech Grove||0.05 miles|
|Standerlands Farm||0.14 miles|
|Heysham Ferry Terminal||5.4 miles|
|Lancaster Rail Station||2.07 miles|
|Bare Lane Rail Station||1.32 miles|
|M6 J34||1.41 miles|
|M6 J35||4.03 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||4.79 miles|
|M6 J33||6.6 miles|
|M6 J36||11.46 miles|
|Blackpool International Airport||22.94 miles|
|Liverpool John Lennon Airport||51.28 miles|
|Manchester Airport||54.17 miles|
|Leeds Bradford International Airport||48.73 miles|
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