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LOCATIONLow Abbey Is just under 6 miles from Lancaster with its wealth of amenities, excellent schools and national rail connections. There are frequent buses to and from the city and University and it is a mere 2.5 miles to Lancaster University and just a 5 minute drive to junction 33 of the M6.The property is also just a couple of minute's walk to an award winning pub and restaurant, the Bay Horse Inn. There are plenty of footpaths near the property for walkers and it is very close to the Lancaster Canal with its towpaths.
GROUND FLOORA feature porch leads through to an open plan entrance with dining/reception area and windows to two aspects to the left. A corridor leads to the WC and provides space to tuck away cloaks, there is also under stairs storage. The main reception room has high ceilings and is nice and bright due to the three windows. A white fireplace with slate surround and a working open fire provides a focal point and ornate plasterwork around the light fitting is another attractive period feature. The property has plenty of features such as decorative beams and built in cupboards. The second reception room has a woodburning stove and links through to the kitchen which has am island unit, a range of wall and base units and space for a dining table and chairs. There is a Tricity ceramic hob and NEFF double oven. A useful utility room/pantry next to the back door houses the Worcester boiler.
UPSTAIRSUpstairs is a large landing that could be used as a study area. There are 5 bedrooms; 4 of which have windows to 2 aspects, 3 have built in cupboards and large sash windows and 3 have vanity sinks, all 5 bedrooms enjoy views of the picturesque surrounding countryside. The family bathroom has a three piece suite, separate shower and heated towel rails. There is also an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and a loft hatch.
OUTSIDEThe property has plenty of parking, both in front of the house and by the double car port. There is a separate barn with a flat in need of refurbishment upstairs. The barn has plenty of windows allowing the light in and was re-roofed within the past 5 years. Structurally it is sound and it has services connected. Well maintained gardens encircle the property with well stocked borders and vegetable beds. There is a large flat lawn bordered by a stone wall and mature trees and the garden enjoys views across the surrounding countryside. An orchard to the front of the property has pear, plum and apple trees and there are ornamental cherries by the roadside. Behind the garden is a 2 acre paddock.
SERVICESThe property is connected to mains electricity and water. It runs on oil and has a septic tank. Council Tax: Band F.