2 Gregson Street

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A delightful cottage property dating back to circa 1750. This charming home has been lovingly restored in recent years, retaining much of its original charm and a wealth of features. The cottage has a fabulous lounge with space for dining table, a modern well-appointed kitchen, ground floor double bedroom (currently used a s a dining room) & family bathroom. Master bedroom with en suite w.c, a single bedroom, The cottage was originally called “Hungry Moor Farm” as the land on which it stood was barren farmland in the 18th century. Its location is now ideal for the centre of Lytham.

FULL DESCRIPTION A delightful cottage property dating back to circa 1750. This charming home has been lovingly restored in recent years, retaining much of its original charm and a wealth of features. The cottage has a fabulous lounge with space for a dining table, a modern well-appointed kitchen, ground floor double bedroom (currently used as a dining room) & family bathroom. Master bedroom with en suite w.c, a single bedroom. This cottage is ideally located for the centre of Lytham and its facilities and it is only two minutes from Lytham Green and Lowther Gardens.

ENTRANCE HALL Stone floor. Opening to the lounge.

LOUNGE 19′ 7" x 13′ 8" (5.97m x 4.17m) Stunning room with inglenook fireplace, multi-fuel stove, stone surround and tiled hearth. Character ceiling beams, wide pine floorboards, two "Yorkshire light" windows to the front (west) elevation with pine folding shutters. Plenty of room for a dining table. Under-stairs storage. TV aerial. Two radiators.

KITCHEN 11′ 8" x 8′ 9" (3.56m x 2.67m) Modern fitted kitchen with a quarry tiled floor and stone steps to rear door leading out to a patio area. Fitted wall and floor units with wooden worktops and inset Belfast sink. Plumbing for a washing machine. Double glazed Velux window. Radiator.

BEDROOM 3 OR DINING ROOM 9′ 5" x 9′ 3" (2.87m x 2.82m) A lovely light room with large double glazed window light to the roof. Tiled floor. Radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM 6′ 1" x 5′ 7" (1.85m x 1.7m) Fabulous room with a modern roll top freestanding bath with a rain head shower over, w.c and basin. tiled walls and floor. Double glazed Velux window. Radiator.

FIRST FLOOR A turned wood staircase from the lounge leads to the small landing area, wood flooring and built in bookcase.

BEDROOM 1 13′ 8" x 11′ 2" (4.17m x 3.4m) A good size double bedroom with West facing window overlooking the front garden and Gregson Street. Wood flooring, radiator and tv aerial. Chimney breast and stone mantle. Built-in pine wardrobe to a recess. There is a wash hand basin and WC en-suite to the room.

BEDROOM 2 7′ 5" x 6′ 10" (2.26m x 2.08m) A single bedroom with double glazed window to the side elevation, wood flooring and radiator. Recess with a hanging rail and shelving.

GARDENS The cottage enjoys a lovely location with raised flower beds to the front elevation and a small walled garden with access from the front of the house. To the side, with access from the kitchen and parking area, is a delightful sheltered patio with log store and two further stores with a sedum and wild flower roof.

PARKING There is off road parking with access from Gregson Street.

HISTORY OF THE COTTAGE This delightful sea cobble cottage was built around 1750 as a farmhouse for the Lytham Clifton Estate. The cottage was originally called "Hungry Moor Farm" as the land on which it stood was barren farmland in the 18th century. It has an abundance of character and charm and was the home of notable Victorian residents who played a leading role in the development of Lytham. The property is included in the Fylde Local List of "Heritage Assets" in recognition of its special history and its architectural rarity and interest.

TENURE Freehold

COUNCIL TAX Band C.

ENERGY PERFORANCE CERTIFICATE Current rating D. Potential rating B.

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