This mid terraced house has a very large, long garden, which backs onto the towpath on the Lancaster Canal. It is set in an estate on the edge of Lancaster, yet a flat towpath walk of less than 10 minutes will take you to Newton Beck Woods, a County Biological Heritage site, and less than 20 minutes walk in the opposite direction is Lancaster Cathedral.
The house is approached through a gate and front garden, which is walled and mainly laid to patio. A shared footway from front to back gives access to the rear for both this property and the property next door.
The front door opens to a small entrance hall with stairs rising straight ahead to the first floor. To the left is a large through kitchen breakfast room with windows front and rear, and a door to the garden. To the right is a large living room with a window to the front and double doors to the rear leading to a useful conservatory extension, which is part walled and used by the present owners as a dining space. Doors open from the side of the conservatory to the rear garden. Upstairs a landing leads to a large master bedroom, which is a through room with windows to both the front and the rear. The second bedroom is at the front, and there is a bathroom to the rear.
The house has an extremely long rear garden backing onto the canal. It is partly paved, with neglected beds, barren areas, and garden buildings. It offers a wonderful opportunity for a keen gardener to remodel it and make the most of the generous space. There is also obvious potential to add a gate onto the towpath, and many neighbouring properties have done.