Welcome to Brunton House- a striking, historic building set just off the A6 at Scotforth. This apartment is just 1 mile South of the city centre, It is perfectly positioned for many of the area's key employers including the two universities and hospitals.
Scotforth is also home to some great amenities. There is a parade of shops that includes bakers for your daily fresh loaf, an independent wine store, and the award-winning Atkinson's Fish and Chip shop for your Friday Chippy tea. Booths Supermarket with its fresh fish counter and butchers is less than 5 minutes away. Scotforth truly is a great location.
Positioned on the ground floor off the main entrance hallway we find Flat 1. A well-presented and bright apartment thanks to its two beautiful bay windows and light decor.
The kitchen and bathroom have been updated with modern tastes, the metro tiles really work well here. The bathroom in particular catches the eye.
A spacious living room offers good space and the wonderful fireplace acts as a focal point. The bedroom mirrors this room and is a great-sized double.
- Ground Floor apartment
- Modern bathroom with white metro tiling
- Fitted kitchen with space for appliances
- Beautiful bay windows in the bedroom and lounge
- Electric only apartment
- Service Charge: £250 per quarter
- Ground Rent: £10pa
- 999 Year lease
- Flood Risk: Very Low / Very Low
Scotforth Road, LA1
Valid until 19.12.2029
|Property Type:||Flat||Lighting:||Low energy lighting in all fixed outlets|
|Built Form:||Mid-Terrace||Main Heating:||Room heaters, electric|
|Transaction Type:||Rental (private)||Main Heating Controls:||Programmer and appliance thermostats|
|Total Floor Area:||49||Open Fireplaces:||0|
|Energy Tariff:||Single||Hotwater System:||Electric immersion, standard tariff|
|Main Fuel:||Electricity (not community)||Hotwater Energy Efficiency:||Very Poor|
|Mains Gas:||Yes||Floors:||(another dwelling below)|
|Floor Level:||1st||Walls:||Sandstone or limestone, as built, no insulation (assumed)|
|Flat Top Storey:||No||Walls Energy:||Very Poor|
|Top Storey:||0||Roof:||(another dwelling above)|
|Glazing Type:||Double glazing installed during or after 2002||Roof Energy:||N/A|
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|Lily Grove||0.04 miles|
|Belle Vue Terrace||0.08 miles|
|Lily Grove||0.1 miles|
|Belle Vue Terrace||0.11 miles|
|Rutland Avenue||0.21 miles|
|Pharos Street (not in use) (Blackpool Tramway)||11.5 miles|
|Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)||11.47 miles|
|M6 J34||2.62 miles|
|M6 J33||3.64 miles|
|M6 J35||6.6 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||7.46 miles|
|M6 J36||14.2 miles|
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