NO UPPER CHAIN Very well presented, extended mid-terraced property on desirable street close to Ulverston's town centre. 2 reception rooms, Kitchen/Diner, Cellar, 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom. Sunny patio to the rear.
Full DG and GCH.
Full description:DIRECTIONS From the roundabout in Tank Square follow the main road in the direction of Barrow. As you reach the first set of traffic lights alongside the Coronation Hall and the Library, turn left into Victoria road. Immediately after you drive beneath the railway bridge, turn left into Lightburn Avenue. The property is then on the left hand side opposite is one of the entrances to the Park.
LOCATION Lightburn Avenue is situated on the outskirts of the town centre so still within an easy and level walk of all the central amenities. One of the towns Park's and Bowling Green is just opposite the property with the town's popular secondary school also within a few minutes' walk. Ulverston is a colourful and vibrant market town, famed for its many festivals and events including the Dickensian Festival and Another Fine Fest to name two.
DESCRIPTION This forecourt fronted, Victorian property has seen a great deal of improvements but still manages to maintain a nice balance between stylish, modern fittings and traditional features.
The mosaic tiled flooring the hallway extends through to the reception areas with the second room having had the internal wall removed which has created much more light into the rear of the property and a greater feeling of space in this area.
The traditional bay fronted lounge retains a more cosy feel with an ornate fireplace and gas fire providing a focal point.
There is a hidden access beneath the staircase with steps leading down into the cellar which is heated and has lighting and a double glazed window to the front elevation.
The kitchen has seen massive change, both through the amalgamation of the two rooms and also with the addition of the extension.
Contemporary feel of this room offers extensive areas of work surfacing and cupboard storage with provision for all your appliances including plumbing for a washing machine and space for a clothes dryer, space to accommodate a range style cooker and also space for an upright fridge freezer.
The dual aspect room has glazed double doors with steps leading down into the patio garden.
The split-level landing to the first floor leads to all three of the double bedrooms, the largest of which is at the front of the property.
The traditional small third bedroom has also been significantly increased in size and now easily accommodates a double bed. The room also has a rear facing window and a high-level skylight providing lots of natural daylight.
The bathroom will also appeal to buyers, firstly as it has also been enlarged but secondly for the excellent finish that has been achieved. There is a panelled Bath with shower installed over, pedestal wash hand basin and WC with tiling to the wet areas.
Externally, the property has colourful gardens to the front with seasonal planting and a fully enclosed patio garden to the rear with a beautiful slate flagged finish throughout.
13'8 (4.18 m) X 11'11 (3.63 m)
13'6 (4.12 m) X 9'9 (2.97 m)
20'2 (6.15 m) X 9'8 (2.96 m)
First Floor Landing
15'8 (4.79 m) X 13'9 (4.19 m)
13'9 (4.19 m) X 9'9 (2.98 m)
10'3 (3.14 m) X 9'0 (2.75 m)
9'2 (2.80 m) X 6'9 (2.06 m)
13'7 (4.15 m) X 8'10 (2.71 m)
Plus side room