Wolseley Street, Lancaster

£130,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A GARDEN overlooking the canal, a short walk to town, city views, 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS and a cosy stove in the front room. There is just so much to love about this house! Has on street parking.

The Location

Wolseley Street is a little gem within South Lancaster. Situated behind the canal these stone built, Victorian houses enjoy gardens which back onto the canal and are much bigger than they look. There's on street parking but with a little foot bridge over the canal and straight to the city centre you may find you use the car a lot less in any case. All the amenities of the city centre, from cafes and restaurants to shops, banks, theatres and cinemas are just a walk away. Williamson Park and the Grammar School are just a short walk away too and there are some great local primary schools within easy reach too. Being situated above Caton Road means great road access to the M6, the Bay Gateway and the A6 north into The Lune Valley and Lakes.

The House

Number 10 opens to a front vestibule which gives the lounge privacy and separation. The lounge has a wooden floor and a stunning feature fireplace with exposed stone lintel and hearth with a cosy stove. The kitchen is modern and generous with a good range wooden cabinets. From here stairs lead down to the basement where you will find a front basement and to the rear a modern three piece bathroom with white suite and over bath shower. The back door opens to the garden. Such a treat to have a proper lawn garden with the peaceful outlook of the canal behind. There's plenty of afternoon and evening sun with this house so you can enjoy this garden with family and friends. On the first floor you will find two double bedrooms, one with built in cupboard storage. The back bedroom enjoys stunning views of the city over the canal taking in Lancaster Castle.

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