Price Reduced £339,950 - Sold


Lovely Link Detached Period Double Fronted Cottage Located in the Heart Of Lytham Town Centre and Moments Away From Lytham Green, Lounge, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Ground Floor WC, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom/WC, Gas Central Heating, Part Double Glazing, Southerly Garden, Off Road Parking, *No Chain* EPC =E.

This Link Detached Period Cottage was built in the 1800's and is of traditional brick construction with part rendered elevations, set beneath a slate roof.

The property is superbly situated on a quiet road just moments away from Lytham Green and Lowther Gardens. Lytham Town Centre with all of its shops, restaurants and other amenities are just a short stroll away.

GROUND FLOOR
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ENTRANCE VESTIBULE
Approached by a part opaque double glazed outer door.
Two glazed windows with opening lights positioned to either side.
Lofted ceiling.
Feature quarry tile floor.


ENTRANCE HALL
Approached by a Georgian style glazed inner door.
Double panel radiator.
Staircase with side bannister rail which leads up to the First Floor.
Dado rail.


LOUNGE - 15'0" (4.57m) x 12'0" (3.66m)
The focal point of the Lounge is a white fireplace with decorative cast iron back, tile hearth and open flue.
Window with opening light overlooking the southerly garden.
The room has a range of built in fitted storage cupboards, drawers and display shelving.
Double panel radiator.
Television point.


SITTING ROOM - 14'10" (4.52m) x 10'0" (3.05m)
The focal point of the room is a white fireplace with tile back and hearth.
Wall light point.
Window with opening light overlooking the garden.
Under stairs storage cupboard.
Double panel radiator.
Telephone point.
A door leads to the Ground Floor Shower/WC.
A further door leads to the Dining Kitchen.


DINING KITCHEN - 17'2" (5.23m) x 7'0" (2.13m)
The Dining Kitchen has a range of eye and low level fixture cupboards and drawers in pine.
Tile working surfaces incorporates a feature Belfast style sink with twin brass taps.
UPVC double glazed window with opening lights overlooking Gregson Street.
The built in appliances comprise:
A slot in gas cooker.
Space for an upright fridge freezer.
Space for dining table with fitted breakfast bar seating area.
A double glazed opening skylight over the dining area.
A range of storage shelving.
Double panel radiator.
Telephone point.
Wall light point.
Ceramic tile floor.


GROUND FLOOR SHOWER/WC - 7'0" (2.13m) x 5'4" (1.63m)
The Ground Floor Shower/WC has a three piece white suite which comprises:
A step in shower enclosure with chrome thermostatic shower valve.
A close coupled WC.
A wash hand basin and pedestal with chrome mixer tap.
The walls have been fully tiled in matching tone tiles.
Double glazed opening skylight.
A built in cupboard houses a ‘Main` condensing combination gas fired central heating boiler.
Extractor fan.
Single panel radiator.


FIRST FLOOR
Approached by the previously described staircase which leads to a landing area with rooms leading off.
Loft access hatch.
Dado rail.


BEDROOM ONE - 15'1" (4.6m) x 12'0" (3.66m)
The focal point of the room is a period white cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth.
Window with opening light overlooking the garden.
Double panel radiator.
Period painted floorboards.


BEDROOM TWO - 13'9" (4.19m) Max x 7'1" (2.16m) Max
Window with opening lights overlooking the garden with discreet estuary views
To one side of the room there are built in wardrobe with hanging rails and shelves with further high level storage cupboards positioned above.
Single panel radiator.
Period stripped floorboards.


BATHROOM/WC - 8'8" (2.64m) x 7'8" (2.34m)
The Bathroom/WC has a three piece white suite which comprises:
A panelled bath with twin chrome taps.
A low level WC.
A wall mounted wash hand basin with twin chrome taps.
Window with opening light overlooking the rear.
Space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The walls have been partially tiled in matching tone tiles.
Single panel radiator.
Electric shaver point.
Feature painted period floorboards.


DOUBLE GLAZING
The property benefits from double glazed windows where described.

CENTRAL HEATING
The property benefits from gas fired central heating from a ‘Main` condensing combination gas fired boiler located in the Ground Floor Shower/WC. This supplies instantaneous domestic hot water and panel radiators to the property.

OUTSIDE
The garden benefits from a sunny southerly facing aspect and has been Indian stone paved for ease of maintenance.
Easy maintenance feature raised flower beds and borders host a variety of plants and shrubs.
Feature built in barbecue.
Outside lighting.
Side personal gate accessed from Gregson Street.
Double wooden gates provide vehicular access to an off road parking space.

TENURE
The site of the property is held Freehold.

COUNCIL TAX BANDING
Band ‘C`.

VIEWING
By appointment through Dunderdale Asquith Estate Agents. All prospective purchasers will be accompanied through the property by a member of staff.



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Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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