Aldcliffe Hall Drive, Aldcliffe, LA1

£950,000
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Stunning 6 Bedroom Detached House
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Over 1/3 Acre Gardens
  • Spectacular Views
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Room
  • Dual Aspect Master Bedroom with En Suite
  • Loft Converted with Bedroom and Lounge Area
  • Garage & Parking for Multiple Cars
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed Throughout

Property Summary

Stunning Six Bedroom Detached House | Spectacular Views | Spacious Accommodation | Over 1/3 Acre Plot | Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Room | Dual Aspect Master Bedroom | Converted Loft Space | Garage and Parking For Multiple Vehicles | Gas Central Heating | Double Glazed Throughout | 

Full Details

Welcome to Ashlar House; an outstanding six-bedroom detached family home located in an advantageous position on the much sought-after Aldcliffe Hall Drive. It's substantial grounds, in excess of one third of an acre, allow ample separation from surrounding any nearby properties.

Accessed via a private driveway with cattle grid entrance this home has an open and rural feel to it yet is less than a mile from Lancaster city centre. From the bottom of Aldcliffe Hall Drive the remainder of a walk into town can be taken along the canal towpath.

One of Ashlar's House most impressive features is without doubt the panoramic views, across the Lune Estuary and to the Lakeland hills beyond. Over 180 degrees of uninterrupted views always changing with the weather and seasons. To the rear of the property a single storey extension has clearly been designed with this in mind, a predominantly glass facade providing natural light and facilitating the enjoyment of the views from inside.

Lancaster city centre provides a whole host of amenities from supermarkets, convenience stores, pubs, restaurants, GP surgery, local hospital, train and bus stations.

The Lancaster canal, Fairfield Nature Reserve, Lancaster estuary and cycle tracks are all nearby for those who enjoy spending time outdoors.

 

What the owners say:

We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here at Ashlar House, the main selling point to us was the stunning views and rural feel but it is a pleasant walk into town along the canal. The views are spectacular and change all of the time. On a clear day you can pick out Dow Crag near Coniston in the Lake District. We have also enjoyed many spectacular sunsets all year round.

The wildlife that comes into the garden, including pheasants, hedgehogs, sparrow hawks, woodpeckers, ducks they can often be seen nesting in the ivy before running down to the canal with their chicks.

Having moved from out of the area we were pleased to feel welcome and it is evident there is a very pleasant community feel to Aldcliffe with an active parish council.

EPC rating: E. Council tax band: G, Domestic rates: £3661.87, Tenure: Freehold,