2, Primrose Road. Red Rose Estate. Barrow in Furness. LA14 4UJ.
Built to an excellent standard in 2017 this fine, double-fronted Detached House occupies a good location being within easy reach of many local amenities including Super Markets, Gymnasium and Furness College.
Briefly, the accommodation includes a central Entrance Hallway, a good sized Lounge, Cloaks/WC, Study, and a splendid fully fitted Kitchen on the Ground Floor whilst on the Upper Floor radiating from a lovely Landing are 3 Bedroom ( Master with an en suite of course) and a beautiful Bathroom.
The whole property is kept beautifully cosy via a Gas Combi Central Heating System and full Double Glazing, as you would expect. There are surrounding Gardens and good off-road parking to complete a very attractive family home.
The Property is being offered for sale with the benefit of a current high quality, long term tenant, generating a lucrative gross income in excess of £10,000 per annum.
Approximate Dimensions; Entrance Hallway; 1.90m x 1.12m and 3.58m x 1.00m. 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. Bedroom 1; 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. 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.
Lots more information about Barrow and its environs can be found by logging onto