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Low MIll, Caton, Lancaster - Sold STC

Guide Price £159,000
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    Award winning converted Grade II listed building, the former Old Cotton Mill, which has been developed in to a modern, luxurious dwelling offers apartments in a beautiful village setting. A great bolt hole giving access to the Lake District and The Yorkshire Dales. Low Mill has been refurbished to a very high standard and has beautifully maintained communal areas, extensively planted gardens and enjoys allocated and visitor's parking. Situated down a quiet driveway with impressive views along the Lune Valley and across the fields to Ingleborough fell, there are lots of original features still to be enjoyed inside and outside the building. A very short drive from the M6, the new Bay Gateway giving access to the port of Heysham and only yet 25 minutes from the Lake District National Park. Low Mill offers more than the sum of it's parts. A development protected from sub-letting, with excellent security, it comes with a strong community with owners from all walks of life and an excellent place to find what could be your ideal home!

    Location
    Caton is a quiet village situated approximately 4 miles from Lancaster City. It has a great community spirit, with lots of local activities and events arranged at the village institute. There are local shops, pubs (serving delicious food and drink) highly rated primary schools and has a regular bus service to town for access to secondary schools and colleges. It is a short drive to junction 34 of the M6 motorway so ideal for those looking to commute. The walkways and cycle routes along the old railway line are within easy access and there to be enjoyed.

    Entrance Hall
    Low Mill has a very impressive entrance hall where we can see some of the workings of the old mill. From here we can either take the lift or the stairs up to the apartment. Walking in through the front door we find a very neatly presented hallway with doors leading off into each of the rooms. Recently decorated in cream with a beige carpet to compliment. There is an intercom system set up from here.

    Kitchen
    A stylish kitchen which is equipped with a selection of Bosch white goods including dishwasher, washer/ dryer and fridge/ freezer. There is an electric hob with built in oven and extractor encased in a decorative stone coloured, brick effect hood, trimmed with white painted woodwork. There is plenty of storage and shelving with stone coloured units which compliment the brick effect splash backs. The sink and drainer look over the lounge and diner through an internal window which gives lots of natural day light and allows social interaction with the dining and lounge room.

    Lounge/diner
    A bright and airy room with large double glazed window looking out of the front of the building allowing views across the gardens of Low Mill. The natural brick work of the window seats gives a rustic, yet relaxing place to sit and enjoy the outlook. The main feature would be a painted stone wall with a arched stone fireplace and electric fire and TV point. The room has built in storage and shelving for ornaments.

    Bathroom
    Fully tiled in white with a hint of colour the bathroom suite is white and offers a hand wash basin, modern low level WC and full sized bathe with a mains shower and glass screen. There is also a heated towel rail wall mounted vanity cabinet and electric extractor.

    Bedroom 1
    A good sized double room with a bright and airy feel. The large double glazed window has a brick built window seat for sitting and enjoying the view. There are white built in wardrobes and bed with soft furnishings to compliment the soft cream decor and carpet. This room has the added luxury of its own separate shower cubicle and glass screen.

    Bedroom 2
    Neatly presented this double room has a pleasant outlook to the front of the mill and the window gives lots of natural daylight to the room. The neutral decoration and carpets are complimented by the soft furnishings also offered as part of this sale.

    What's outside?
    You cannot help but admire the location and views, but what you will love most is the character and charm which still remains inside this old building. Outside, the gardens and views are there to be enjoyed, so will you chose to sit quietly by the planted maze, or on the banks looking across to the River lune and along to Ingleborough fell? or do you prefer to wander among the planted flower beds and borders? whichever you chose you can expect to be enthralled by the beauty and magnificent array of colours displayed by the selection of planting. The grounds have discreetly placed bin stores a selected ares for laundry and parking neatly tucked beneath the trees, so not to disrupt the view. This building is luxurious, but so are the grounds, the views and the location.

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