2, Primrose Road. Barrow in Furness. LA14 2UJ.
This is a fine, recently built, double-fronted Detached House. It occupies a particularly convenient location being within easy reach of many local amenities including Supermarkets, Furness College and Recreational facilities.
Briefly, the accommodation includes a central Entrance Hallway, full depth Lounge, Cloaks/WC, Study Room, and a splendid, fully fitted Kitchen on the Ground Floor, whilst on the Upper Floor, radiating from a spacious Landing are the three Bedrooms ( master en suite of course, and a lovely Family Bathroom.
The whole property is kept warm and cosy via a Gas Combi Central Heating System and Full Double-Glazing as you would expect. There are Gardens to the Front, Side and Rear. Beyond the Rear Garden is a huge Parking Area capable of taking a good number of vehicles. A most valuable asset.
The Property is beautifully decorated and is fully carpeted and is available with no chain. So it is ready to be occupied without any unnecessary delay.
Please examine the Photographs to see for yourself what a lovely Property this is.
It really is Tickety Boo!
Entrance Hallway; 1.90m x 1.20m and 1.00m x 1.12m. Lounge; 2.96m x 5.75m. Study; 2.11m x 1.85m. Cloaks/WC; 1.07m x 1.95m. Kitchen; 4.30m x 2.60m. Bedroom1; 2.95m x 2.70m. Bedroom 2; 3.27m x 2.18m. Bedroom 3; 2.95m x 2.95m En Suite; 1.20m x 1.34m. Family Bathroom; 2.16m x 2.40m.
Barrow in Furness
Barrow is a thriving town with a population of around 67,500, situated on the tip of the Furness Peninsular, with a coastline onto the Irish Sea and Morecambe Bay.
The principal local employer is BAE Systems Marine, who have a worldwide reputation for the design and build of Nuclear Submarines for the Royal Navy and there are many supporting, and other, businesses in the district.
The area is well served for sporting activities including an excellent sailing club on Roa Island, a Gliding Club, Golf Club, Riding Club Fishing etc.etc. Leisure activities include the South Lakes Safari Zoo at Dalton, Furness Abbey, Piel Island ( which even has its own "King"), Walney Island Nature Reserve and the wonderful Lake District National Park ( Recently declared a unesco site of outstanding natural beauty) which can be reached within 20 minutes.
Junction 36 of the M6 can be reached in 40 minutes or so, a train journey to London Euston can be accomplished in about 3hrs and 30 minutes and there is a direct train service to Manchester Airport for those wanting to jet away to the sunshine.
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Ralph Spours The Estate Agent, offers these Property Details as a general guide and not as any part of an offer or contract. Intending Purchasers should satisfy themselves, by inspection or otherwise, as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and therefore cannot guarantee that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose. The measurements shown were taken using an electronic tool and should be regarded as approximate.