Ten Row, Glasson Dock, Lancaster, LA2 0BZ

£125,000
  • Ref: NWFW2_2653
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
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Property Features

  • NO CHAIN
  • Ideal Investment Option
  • Potential for Holiday Let
  • Character Cottage
  • Very Well Presented
  • Open Plan Living
  • Village Location
  • Two Bedrooms
  • On Street Parking
  • Close to Coast & Countryside

Property Summary

This beautifully presented mid terrace property is located in Glasson Dock; once the largest port in the North west, now a quiet village and marina. With exposed stone walls and original exposed fire surround, the property makes for a lovely cottage feel but with modern renovations throughout. The property would be ideally suited to first time buyers or for those looking to downsize. There is potential that is could also be suited to a holiday let. Offered with NO CHAIN.

Full Details

Built in 1840 the property still retains that lovely cottage feel but has been modernised to create an open plan living space. The kitchen has a sleek look with white units and integrated appliances, whilst the lounge area still has exposed stone work and fire place.

There is an extension to the back which currently serves as the laundry/storage area. Outside space to the rear is large enough for a small table and chairs, and there is extra storage space within a brick outhouse.

The open staircase from the lounge leads up to the first floor where there is a clean, modern white bathroom suite with over-bath shower. The main bedroom is at the front of the building and has built-in storage space whilst the smaller of the two bedrooms is located at the back and has been cleverly fitted out with bespoke storage and bunk beds. It is from this bedroom where you can access the loft space via the pull down ladder. The space is currently used as an office/storage space but could potentially be a further bedroom.

Ten Row is a quiet street located in the heart of the village, close to the Marina, local pub and cafe. Easily accessible to Lancaster Canal; great for walking and cycling. This is a truly lovely little cottage in a beautiful, historic location.


Built in 1840 the property still retains that lovely cottage feel but has been modernised to create an open plan living space. The kitchen has a sleek look with white units and integrated appliances, whilst the lounge area still has exposed stone work and fire place. There is an extension to the back which currently serves as the laundry/storage area. Outside space to the rear is large enough for a small table and chairs, and there is extra storage space within a brick outhouse. The open staircase from the lounge leads up to the first floor where there is a clean, modern white bathroom suite with over-bath shower. The main bedroom is at the front of the building and has built-in storage space whilst the smaller of the two bedrooms is located at the back and has been cleverly fitted out with bespoke storage and bunk beds. It is from this bedroom where you can access the loft space via the pull down ladder. The space is currently used as an office/storage space but could potentially be a further bedroom. Ten Row is a quiet street located in the heart of the village, close to the Marina, local pub and cafe. Easily accessible to Lancaster Canal; great for walking and cycling. This is a truly lovely little cottage in a beautiful, historic location.

Lounge 11'6" x 12'10" (3.50m x 3.91m)
White uPVC front door leading into the living space. Open staircase to first floor. Exposed brick wall. 6 inset ceiling spots. Built-in wood shelves to each alcove. Open chimney breast. Cupboard housing consumer unit and smart meter.

Kitchen Area 7'3" x 12'10" (2.20m x 3.91m)
Open plan with lounge area. 6 inset ceiling spots. White gloss wall and base units with chrome bar handles. Laminate grey effect worktop. 'Lamona' hob and oven. Chimney style extractor fan. Stainless steel single bowl and drainer with mixer taps. White uPVC window. Wood door leading to single storey extension at rear of property.

Utility Area
Space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Power Points. 2 inset ceiling spots. Shelves. Pitch roof with hatch access. Wood framed window. Wood door leading to outside.

Yard
Open area with space to sit out. Brick built out house suitable for storage. Communal area for refuse.

Stairs and Landing
Staircase leading up from lounge. Two ceiling light points.

Master Bedroom 12'6" x 11'07" (3.81m x 3.53m) Max
Hardwood deep set window frames with double glazed panes. Ceiling light point. Built-in wardrobe space. Fitted wall units. Power points.

Bedroom Two 7'7" x 6'03" (2.31m x 1.90m)
Hardwood window frame with double glazed pane. Ceiling light point. Power points. Bespoke made-to-measure fitted units with hanging space and drawers and two single beds. Hatch leading to loft space.

Loft Room 12'6" x 11'02" (3.81m x 3.40m)
Pull down ladder. Fully boarded loft space with 'Kingspan' insulation. Strip light. Water tank, run off timer located in kitchen. 'Velux' window.

Bathroom 5'7" x 6'03" (1.70m x 1.90m)
Sliding door to allow for more room. Tiled floor with part tiled walls. Ceiling light point. Three piece suite in white to include pedestal sink, 'Saniflow' toilet, and bath. 'Aquatronic' electric shower over bath. 'Manrose' fan. Wall heater.