Roeburn Lodge, Wray, Nr Lancaster, LA2 8QR
- Two Bedroom House
- Popular Village Location
- Scenic Surroundings
- Besides The River Roeburn
- Refurbished Throughout
Property SummaryA stunning two bedroom cottage with lots of character, situated next to the river Roeburn this delightful cottage is surrounded by the river and the surrounding woodlands. The property has been sympathetically refurbished throughout to retain or compliment the charm and character of the property.
A stunning two bedroom cottage with lots of character, situated next to the river Roeburn this delightful cottage is surrounded by the river and the surrounding woodlands. The property has been sympathetically refurbished throughout to retain or compliment the charm and character of the property.
The accommodation is set over three floors with the main entry from the road side to the middle floor. This floor has the main lounge which is centred around a wood burning stove, double doors provide access to the balcony boasting excellent views of the river and surrounding woodlands. The basement level has a relatively new and modern kitchen installed, a snug lounge with a wood burning stove and access to the garage/storage area. The first floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom
About Wray: Wray was home to many textile related businesses with silk mills, tanners and coopers, clog and basket makers, Benefitting from the fast flowing waters of the Roeburn and Wenning. The charming mix of 17th century yeoman's houses with cottages and alleys dating from the 18th century, give this village considerable character.
Local amenities include the Post Office and General Store, a pub, the Cafe at Bridge House Farm, garden centre and of course the beautiful scenery and walks which surround the Village including the banks of the River Roeburn.
Bedroom One 3.54m x 3.90m (11'7" x 12'10")
A generously sized double bedroom with superb views over the river Roeburn and surrounding woodland. Double glazed window, ceiling light point, carpeted.
Bedroom Two 5.21m x 2.18m (17'1" x 7'2")
Located on the top floor whilst relatively narrow at 2.18m, spanning the full width of the front of the property the second bedroom still has good floor space. Excellent views out of the front window. Power points, ceiling light point.
Lounge 5.82m x 5.21m (19'1" x 17'1")
The main lounge of the house, centred around the multi fuel stove. Access to the balcony via double doors at the front of the property with views over the river Roeburn and surrounding woodland. Carpeted, power points.
Kitchen 2.72m x 5.17m (8'11" x 17'0")
A modern grey kitchen with built in electric hob and oven. Under-mounted sink and mixer tap. White quartz counter top. Clever use of industrial elements have been added with the use of conduits and boxing for the kitchen's power points.
Snug 3.54m x 5.14m (11'7" x 16'10")
A cosy lounge area with a wood burning stove. Located on the basement level along with the kitchen with space for a small dining area. A versatile space depending on the new owners needs. Ceiling light points, carpeted, power points, 2no. double glazed windows.
Bathroom 2.61m x 3.90m (8'7" x 12'10")
Four piece bathroom cleverly designed to include a freestanding bath and generous shower area with slate effect tiles and glass cubicle. W.c and sink. Double glazed window. Radiator with trv, spotlights.
Wooden construction with wrought iron railings. Accessed by the double doors from the lounge.
Excellent usable storage space. Housing Boiler (LPG)